Your Inner City – Big, Rich, & Bustling

We should all be searching to become masters of our own Inner City. I really like this metaphor. I think I might just have to read the rest of the book.

Renee "Soul Writer" Brooks

Inner City

What A Great Concept

Think about that for a moment.

A big, rich, bustling – inner city.

A place of infinite potential that resides within each individual.

The snippet below about your “inner city” is from my new book Soul Guidance – Finding Your Way Home.

 

Your inner world is a big rich city filed with infinite wisdom and potential. Wisdom is nothing more than inner knowing. The soul knows who you are because of all that you have experienced.

Imagine if you moved and flowed based off of that knowing. Based off of the knowing that your every impulse means something. That your heartbeat has something to say. That your wisdom is not just based off of whim or fantasy, but off of a complex system of understanding.

Your inner world has all that you need. It lacks nothing. If you could realize that simple truth, you…

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A Virus Called Fear

For one who is still battling fear, this is one step toward a goal…

the Hunt for Truth

Awareness:
Turning off
A Virus Called Fear

Fear and anxiety thrive when we imagine the worst.
Breathing is the short circuit for anxiety.
heart_DNA_sineFocus on inner peace and stillness.

Seek becoming greater aware.

AWARE
an acronym:

A: Accept the anxiety. Don’t try to fight it.

W: Watch the anxiety. Just watch it like it is being projected onto a screen, and when you notice it, scale your level of fear and start to breathe longer on the out-breath.

A: Act normally. Carry on talking or behaving as if nothing is different. This sends a powerful signal to your unconscious mind that its over-dramatic response is actually not needed because nothing that unusual is going on. 

R: Repeat the above steps in your mind if necessary. Repeat until the fear is not stressful and until you feel relaxed about whatever you choose to do next.

E: Expect the best. One of…

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And so it is

A tale to make you think about how you look at relationships between people.

The Gift

 The Man Who Spit In Buddha’s Face

The Buddha was sitting under a tree talking to his disciples when a man came and spat in his face. 

He wiped it off, and he asked the man, “What next? What do you want to say next?” The manwas a little puzzled because he himself never expected that when you spit on somebody’s face, he will ask, “What next?” He had no such experience in his past. He had insulted people and they had become angry and they had reacted. Or if they were cowards and weaklings, they had smiled, trying to bribe the man. But Buddha was like neither, he was not angry nor in any way offended, nor in any way cowardly. But just matter-of-factly he said, “What next?” There was no reaction on his part.

But Buddha’s disciples became angry, and they reacted. His closest disciple, Ananda, said, “This is too much. We cannot tolerate it. He has to be punished for it, otherwise everybody will start…

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