Sometimes we feel that we have just reconnected with a truth we’ve always known and that if we could just know more about it, our life would be delightful and rich. I call it reconnection with your soul. It takes letting go of many of the things that clutter our lives in the hectic busyness of the modern world.
How do you reconnect with those simple things that used to please you as a child? Let’s have a look at what the world has to say about it:
1. One way I find works is to reconnect and recommit to my core values, as Zig Ziglar, the iconic business coach says we can begin again and make a new ending.
2. I ran into a friend I had not seen for five years in a hat shop in Leningrad. What reconnection brownie points were taking place for this to happen: Fate.
3. From one of the world’s greatest philosophers, Master Unknown comes a beautiful quote about how and why we reconnect.
4. Throw out those judgments and the chance of reconnection being able to come to the fore is much more prevalent: Connection.
5. Laurie Colwin (June 14, 1944 – October 24, 1992) was an American writer who wrote five novels, three collections of short stories and two volumes of essays and recipes. She was known for her portrayals of New York society and her food columns in Gourmet magazine. This is great advice she is offering.
6. This quote is a recipe for reconnection with our souls, I think it is essential: One Human Race.
7. I have a special one of these, a mate I met at a retreat four years ago, Michael, you rock my soul.
8. Beautiful image for a beautiful practice: The Best of Me.
9. How did we survive with these relatively new words that have been added to our dictionaries? What’s a dictionary, is that spellcheck or google it?
10. Co-founder of the online sensation, The Huffington Post. Arianna points to the power of meditation and contemplation in reconnecting with our inner selves: Beautiful.
11. the opening lines from the all-time classic song, The Sounds of Silence. We need to reconnect with all of us for it to truly work out.
12. Go for it, email me the results to rod.williams13 @gmail.com: Never Grow Up.
13. How difficult is this living our distracted lives?
14. Wayne Walter Dyer (May 10, 1940 – August 29, 2015) was an American philosopher, self–help author, and a motivational speaker. His first book, Your Erroneous Zones (1976), is one of the best-selling books of all time, with an estimated 35 million copies sold to date: Make peace with your Ego.
15.And finally, remember to have a healthy relationship with this intrinsic part of your psyche.
It’s time you had an extraordinary relationship with your nature. Inner and outer, we need both.
Namaste until next time, my dear friends.