Universal Lesson: When we forget our peaceful nature, we can ask the Universe to remind us of what is real. From Gabrielle Bernstein’s The Universe has Your Back it states if you have gone through a particularly rough period of time the act of praying to your dominant life reality soon restores your belief in the planet and yourself.
So how do we determine our realities? A lot of it is gained through our childhood, our formative years and our education. Yet many of us do not exist in these realities as life deals us another route. Can we get back to them, let’s have a look:
1. I am an English tutor, a Community manager, a dancer, a brother, an uncle, a son. What do you add after these two vitally important words?
2. What would it be like to free yourself from limitations and soar beyond your boundaries? What can you do each day to discover inner peace and serenity: Limits.
3. It is often what we are taught that creates our reality. Paulo Friere used critical pedagogy: Advocates of critical pedagogy view teaching as an inherently political act, reject the neutrality of knowledge, and insist that issues of social justice and democracy itself are not distinct from acts of teaching and learning.
4. Remember that you do not need to change your reality just because someone else disagrees with you, after all, it is only their opinion: All We Know.
5. Its interesting quotes can be printed with spelling mistakes, running is a way to change your reality, but I think the earth spins beneath your feet.
6. Probably the most famous reality quote in the world, Chinese philosopher is claimed to have written the iconic Tao Te Ching, which seeker of the truth does not have a copy of this in their book shelf: Forest.
7. Perhaps a little graphic, this quote points to the face that sometimes we are blinded to what is our current reality.
8. I sometimes hanker for childlike innocence over wisdom, how about you: Agnus Dei.
9. Joseph Campbell was an American mythologist, writer and lecturer, best known for his work in comparative mythology and comparative religion. His work covers many aspects of the human experience. His philosophy is often summarized by his phrase: “Follow your bliss.” Yes Please!!
10. I have found time and time again that this statement is true, my soul is where my reality lives: Heart and Soul.
11. We have a lot of realities during a calendar year, here’s a hint how many.
12. Imagine if all our realities were dreams competing with each other, that would be an interesting world to live in: Imagination.
13. How do you create your reality, with action or words? I’m a fan of the former.
14. Deepak Chopra questions standard medical genre with the belief that “human aging is fluid and changeable; it can speed up, slow down, stop for a time, and even reverse itself,” as determined by one’s state of mind. His books are worth a read: Re-inventing the Body.
15. Finally, let your passions create your reality, why wouldn’t you.
You and I , we are ultimately responsible for which reality we hang about in, a statement worth examining day by day.
Namaste until next time, my dear friends.