The 5 Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz M.D.
For making soap, oil is required but to clean oil, soap is required. This is the irony of life.
Only two categories of people are happy in life – the mad and the child-like. Be mad to achieve a goal. Be a child to enjoy what you achieve.
The first symptom is that you stop worrying. Things don’t bother you anymore. You become light-hearted and full of joy.
The second symptom is that you encounter more and more meaningful coincidences in your life, more and more synchronicities. And this accelerates to the point where you actually experience the miraculous.”
Our Own Ego, is our own Worst Enemy?!
The following clip are from the fantastic movie Revolver with additional support and explanation put together to understand it better. If you love deeper meaning movies (like The Matrix & Fight Club) and want to know The Truth (not perception) about yourselves. Watch this.
I had to see this video again and again to understand and also the movie as I had no idea it was talking about deeper things in life. Interesting how much we miss because of our very own perceptions.
Mind Over Matter, Damn Right! – Russian Scientist Dr. Kostantin Korotkov Shows Us The Way
Prerna School Of Inspiration teaches techniques which deal with this. Thank God for higher guidance.
Here 14 beautiful heartwarming quotes from the cartoon Winine-the-pooh. So beautiful and thought provoking. Indeed we get inspirations from places we least expect 🙂
Click the photo to see or here.
A fantastic quick read on Goal setting, reflecting on your life and what it truly means to you. Do read it is short, well represented and has a lot of depth.
What Richard Branson Told Me About Goal-Getting (And Creating a Life You Adore) – Robin Sharma
Thanks Robin Sharma and Sir Richard Branson for the Inspiration 🙂
Here’s a fantastic list of illusory ideas that we have about ourselves…
Check our Deepak Chopra’s article on it. Worth reflecting over 🙂
“An experiment in 1993 that has been forgotten was brought to light by the movie What the Bleep do We Know? The excerpt below is taken from that movie, and it got us thinking.”
A very interesting read, how easily we forget the simple essentials in our Life. Click the link below