Life is as vague a phenomenon as it is concrete. We live it every single moment of our existence but we just do not know what it actually is. We apprehend it but we cannot comprehend it fully. Whatever rules we make, we make them for the parts of it to run smooth. We never perceive life in its fullness in order for everything to run smooth without ever having friction with one another.
Why? Why does it happen so?
Simply because we do not ‘see’ it from outside ourselves. We need to zoom out in our mind in order to do that. Have you ever experienced this zooming out phenomenon?
We generally live ‘into’ an experience, getting emotionally affected with what it has in store for us. We feel our experience from inside ourselves and get either positively or else negatively moved by it. Hence the experience gets empowered to become a stressor in either a positive sense or in the negative.
As it is, we generally welcome the positive stress and try to avoid the negative one. But we just forget that the two stresses are the two sides of the same coin. If an experience makes us happy today, another experience is bound to make us sad tomorrow.
Happiness does make us stressed too!
I know, here you will immediately ask me if we should not feel happy with the positive experiences that impinge themselves on our life.
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I may give you a better alternative than merely feeling happy with them. Just wait for a while!
Zooming out ‘onto’ an experience makes us feel it from outside ourselves. We still do get affected by it with what it has in store not only for us but for the world around of which we are a part too. But we do not get affected emotionally this time, rather it affects us in a passionate way.
Zooming in makes us feel an experience in depth in our self. Zooming out after we have sensually experienced it once, makes us feel it compassionately in the total width of it for the entire world around. It is like having a bird’s eye view from a distance. It does not turn us into mere spectators as we already felt it sensually as we zoomed into it first.
It rather turns us passionately sensitive than just being emotionally sensual alone.
Happiness and sadness both turn into the compassionate sensitivity of feeling each and every experience not only in its depth but in its total width along.
Are you ready to be compassionately sensitive rather than being happy with your experiences.
Happiness and sadness as emotions are in the mind alone hence they stress and suck energy. Compassionate sensitivity is the joy or else the pain of living the moment in its full depth along with its entire width that it affects the world with. It does not stress. It energizes.
When you en’joy’, you do not have time to feel happy. You only feel happy when you hopefully wait to enjoy in the next moment at the earliest.
So, in the light of the above discussion, let us move on to our top 10 tips for life:
Top 10 Tips For Life: Tip 1
Health is undoubtedly the most important issue in life. All other things are useless if health is not right. You just cannot enjoy even the money you earn if your health does not permit you to enjoy its fruits.
How to keep health right?
A million dollar question!
Here are my tried and tested methods which have kept me healthy like a horse at age 61 that I am of now:
1. Drinking lots of plain water all through the day: It will force you to urinate more often but it will always keep your kidneys clean by constantly flushing out any foreign materials in them. It also keeps the blood pressure low and cholesterol at the right level. Moreover this is one of the best weight loss methods by itself. I never went overweight in my life. On top of it, it keeps the digestion perfect too. What else, it even keeps the hormonal balance perfect and immunity strong. What else do you want from your health?
2. Tasting full what you eat: You may say you taste full if you like what you eat. I disagree. When you like something you tend to taste it less. You don’t necessarily do it but you do tend to do. You are in a hurry to gulp it down your throat only because you like it too much to wait in between the teeth for swallowing it up. And what about tasting things you don’t like to eat? You again tend to swallow them up without tasting them full only because you don’t like their taste. Can you be patient enough to taste a thing full whether you like it or not, even if you dislike it a lot? If you taste it full, you digest it full and ingest it full too.
3. Slowing down with your pace: Speed thrills but kills! We are a species that has fallen victim to a chronic illness called mental hurry. It is responsible for almost all the lifestyle diseases that the human culture on earth has contracted including obesity, eye vision problems, constipation, sex problems, back pains, breathing problems, heart condition, hormonal imbalance, hypertension, spondylitis and chronic headaches to name a few.
4. Re-posturing your body right: Re-posturing your body right and keeping it so 24×7 opens up all the chakras in your body, making it the first nature of your body. Once your chakras are open, they take care of almost everything wrong that may have happened to your health. Opening chakras also tends to unblock the flow of Kundalini through its spinal path in the body, thus spiritually uplifting the level of energy that both, the body and the mind, stay at; taking care of almost all the psychological problems which the majority of humanity is afflicted with, today.
Top 10 Tips For Life: Tip 2
A thing of beauty is a joy forever. Do you find yourself beautiful?
The answer does not lie in what kinds of looks you have been given by God, but in what you have done with what you have been given.
I have seen beautiful people turning ugly within a matter of months. I have also seen the so-called ugly people turning real beautiful, again within a matter of months.
What is it that you do with yourself that either turns you ugly or else beautiful, irrespective of the kinds of features you were born with?
The tip is simple. If you ‘see’ beauty all around you every time you see, you inductively start ‘looking’ beautiful too.
I am not talking philosophy. I have lived this fact. At age 61, people tell me I look more beautiful than I even looked at age 20.
How to ‘see’ beauty all around every time we see?
We need central fixation of the eye for the purpose.
According to Dr W.H.Bates, a gifted ophthalmologist of 20th century:
“Not only do all errors of refraction and all functional disturbances of the eye disappear when it sees by central fixation, but many organic conditions are relieved or cured. I am unable to set any limits to its possibilities. I would not have ventured to predict that glaucoma, incipient cataract and syphilitic iritis could be cured by central fixation; but It is a fact that these conditions have disappeared when central fixation was attained. Relief was often obtained in a few minutes, and, in rare cases, this relief was permanent. Usually, however, a permanent cure required more prolonged treatment. Inflammatory conditions of all kinds, including inflammation of the cornea, iris, conjunctiva, the various coats of the eyeball and even the optic nerve itself, have been benefited by central fixation after other methods had failed. Infections, as well as diseases caused by protein poisoning and the poisons of typhoid fever, influenza, syphilis and gonorrhea, have also been benefited by it. Even with a foreign body in the eye there is no redness and no pain so long as central fixation is retained.
Since central fixation is impossible without mental control, central fixation of the eye means central fixation of the mind. It means, therefore, health in all parts of the body, for all the operations of the physical mechanism depend upon the mind. Not only the sight, but all the other senses including touch, taste, hearing and smell are benefited by central fixation. All the vital processes including digestion, assimilation, elimination etc. are improved by it. The symptoms of functional and organic diseases are relieved. The efficiency of the mind is enormously increased. The benefits of central fixation already observed are, in short, so great that the subject merits further investigation.”
The real health and the real beauty are the two sides of the same coin!
Top 10 Tips For Life: Tip 3
We need money in order to life a good life.
How much money?
The more, the better!
How to earn a lot of it?
The tip is simple. Do what you love. If you do, no one will ever be able to stop you from reaching the highest rung of the ladder of success in life.
With success comes money.
The higher the rung of the ladder of success, the more the money in life!
Top 10 Tips For Life: Tip 4
Relationships that we are in, either make or else mar the quality of life we live on this planet.
The quality of our relationships depends on the level of compassionate sensitivity that we have in our mind body system.
Remember zooming in and zooming out that turn us more passionately sensitive than just being emotionally sensual alone?
Also remember re-posturing the body to open chakras unblocking the flow of Kundalini through its spinal path in the body, taking care of almost all the psychological problems which the majority of humanity is afflicted with, today?
You got the clue!
Top 10 Tips For Life: Tip 5
Personality development is a continuous process in life.
Our personality is always in a state of flux, affected by the stimuli that life keeps impinging on our psyche; whether you acknowledge it consciously or let it remain an unconscious process happening within you in the deep alleys of your mind.
The development may follow either a positive or else a negative route.
As you sow, so shall you reap.
Zooming in and zooming out again come handy in that you will never let the stimuli turn stressors in your mind. If a stimulus does not stress your mind, it is bound to develop your personality in a positive way only.
Central fixation and body-re-posturing are always there to assist you in activating the zooming process every single moment in your life.
Top 10 Tips For Life: Tip 6
Communication skills play the next important role in life.
We spontaneously communicate better with people we like.
We communicate the best with the ones we love.
Can we love them all?
If we do, we will automatically communicate extraordinary with every single person we come across in our life.
How to love?
Remember compassionate sensitivity that comes with zooming in and zooming out process?
If you do, you have already started loving your fellow being on this planet here!
You shall communicate the best.
Top 10 Tips For Life: Tip 7
Parenting is another great responsibility in our life.
What is the role of responsibility in your life?
Is it a sense of duty in your psyche?
Duty is defined as something which SHOULD be done.
Why do we need defining what should be done? We never defined we should eat. We never defined we should sleep. We never defined we should walk. We never defined we should talk.
We only need defining we should do something when it does not come to us as our basically innate or as our naturally developed nature.
We socioculturally tend to enforce a designed way of life against our spontaneously natural drives in life!
They seem to work in the short run but miserably fail when it comes to their sustenance through the gaps of generations. Hence the generation gap!
Responsibility should not be misunderstood as duty.
It’s rather the love of fulfilling what I have committed once in life. I will love to take the best care of my children once I have given birth to them.
And I will love to do it in the most democratic way if I have the compassionate sensitivity in my personality.
Can you see the connection between responsibility and zooming in-out process!
Top 10 Tips For Life: Tip 8
Travel as wanderlust is our basic innate nature.
We must allocate a considerable chunk of our budget to travel across the planet interacting with different cultures on the planet far and wide.
If everyone makes it a point to do, we will be able to develop the world culture in the shape of a well-knit community; every part of which takes care of every other part in the most compassionate way of feeling for one another.
It is only a way to enhance the boundaries of our compassionate sensitivity for our fellow humans on the planet.
Top 10 Tips For Life: Tip 9
Curiosity, Interaction and Intelligence.
The three of them are the parts of one single process, which is very much a natural development of our life.
We are born with curiosity as a basic instinct in our psyche.
The more we are curious about a thing, a phenomenon or a person; the more we tend to interact with them.
The more we interact, the more we know about them.
The more we know, the more we turn intelligent.
Intelligence opens the doors to subtle levels of joy in life.
But unfortunately our prevailing education system all through the world tends to shun our spontaneous curiosity in the name of studying a regimented syllabus of knowledge in the very formative years of our developing intellect.
As a result we become a storehouse of information like a computer rather than a creative scientist or an aesthetic artist.
I did my best learning only after I graduated out of my formal academic college.
We need to keep our curiosity alive against all the odds of enforcements that our sociocultural system tries to burden us with.
That is the way of keeping our mental health sound too!
Top 10 Tips For Life: Tip 10
The last but not the least is the role of lovemaking in life.
Again we are unfortunate that our sociocultural system has designed lovemaking in the most anti-natural way on this planet. It turns a blind eye to the basic nature that we are born with.
We are not born to be monogamists all through our life. But the institution of marriage has been designed with this as its basic tenet as such. So much so that it has become a moral issue to remain a monogamist all through your life.
Since it goes against our basic nature, it fills our mind with sex for the rest, i.e., the ones who are other than our scheduled partners in the bed. We turn a victim to the unhealthy practice of having mental sex with the opposite sex.
It’s not for no reason that sex is such a massive keyword on the Internet!
Mental sex turns us less passionate in the bed where real sex rules the day (or night!). Being less passionate in the bed gives rise to all the sex problems including erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, vaginismus, frigidity, hypoactive sexual desire disorder, sexual sadism, sexual masochism, orgasmic dysfunction, female sexual arousal disorder, male orgasmic disorder, ejaculatory incompetence, female orgasmic disorder, disorders of sex development, sex hormone disorders, and dyspareunia or painful intercourse.
What is the way out of it all?
I leave it upon you to decide.