Some say the Vedas come from a time before mankind and for our benefit. Take a moment to feel the 4 suggestions below - do they resonate as helpful guidance?
There can be a lot of confusion on what actions lead to the life we want - and many realize that following the 'Norms' doesn't often lead to the life WE want to have. But what does lead to the life WE want? Are there guidelines, or is it something we have to discover in ourselves?
The ReSurfacing workbook and workshop provide an experiential understanding what determines our experiences in life and helps us let go of past creations that no longer work.
And You are invited! Would you like to experience an in-person ReSurfacing?
There is a small group ReSurfacing on Oct 28-9 and probably a zoom one to follow in November.
Let me know if you are interested in details, I'd love to have you be part of this journey.
The view from innocence
The Hindu Vedas described four fundamental strategies for conducting your life.
1. Toward happy circumstances, develop the attitude of friendliness. When you see happy people, introduce yourself and support them.
2. Toward unhappy circumstances, develop the attitude of help and mercy. When someone is experiencing sadness, show kindness and compassion.
3. Toward the good fortune of others, develop the attitude of gladness. When someone succeeds, admire him or her with sincere congratulations.
4. Toward evil, develop an attitude of non-attachment. Meaning, do not return bad intentions with bad intentions. You may have to adopt a guardian heart to stop evildoers, but you never do it out of revenge.
Relax your sense of judgment
Increase your understanding of others, gain a personal sense of peace, and add more compassion to the world - with the Compassion Exercise.
|Watch and be guided through the exercise
|Try it yourself
|Download the Compassion Card
"I feel calm, like I have never felt before, and so ME! Thank you for waking me up to be me, just the way I am!"
— D. V., Brazil
"My mind is very, very quiet and warm. Everything is infinite and possible."
— Y. W., Japan
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