Another Way of Looking at Fatigue and Depression Original Essay by Charles Eisenstein Depression, anxiety, and fatigue are an essential part of a process of metamorphosis that is unfolding on the planet today, and highly significant for the light they shed on the transition from an old world to a new. When a growing …
Each of us has an inner compass, an infallible mechanism for self-direction or guidance. You can call it your inner pilot or, if you like, you can call it your soul. It doesn’t matter what you call it. What does matter is that whenever you are actually listening to this inner compass and following its guidance, you tend to feel peaceful, focused, dynamic and alive. When you do not listen to its guidance, you tend to feel scattered, unfocused, nervous, lethargic, and possibly ill.
Find Peace First The other day when I was freaking out about my latest crisis, I realized that fixing this external thing that I was worried about was not going to solve the real problem. The real problem is fear and the only true solution is to find peace. In our society we are taught …
Today while I was alone and cleaning up the house. It came to me that I was at peace in that moment. And then I realized that we are always at peace but choose to leave that place. Basically we have to find the place inside where everything FEELS ok. It may not be ok materially or financially or what ever but if we can find that place where it feels ok that is the place of peace, that is where God is.
Karl Rabeder grew up poor and thought that life would be wonderful if he had money. But when he got rich, Karl discovered that he was unhappy … so he decided to give away every penny of his £3 million fortune