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S E V E N G A T E S T O W A R D S T H E U N I V E R S E
LEARN TO CHOOSE, LEARN TO TRUST
While we measure our success in terms of material realizations, the universe measures our success in the term of our learning from life.
Being spiritually mature does not mean sitting tightly in one's place, in a passive attitude, but it means acting, taking chances, being guided by a higher intuition.
In this respect, a wise saying goes as follows: "Failed sailor is not the one who drowns, but the one who stayed on shore". When we firmly believe that our ideals are possible, the transformation begins for us.
Developing self-esteem requires often an act of inner revolution, when we begin to separate ourselves from the mentality of the group and we begin to establish our own sense of self-security.
Finding one's inner voice is a significant realization from a spiritual point of view. Spiritual maturity represents the truth and courage required to express and preserve our ideas.
Learning to respect and follow our inner values, we gradually replace the influences of the group with our own inner guidance. Once this process has begun, the next step that will naturally flow is a deep and powerful introspection on one's own person.
Most often, a sincere self-analysis may lead us to the desire to focus on our relationship with God and on our purposes in life.
The individuality represents the global character or ensemble of characters and specific aspects that differentiate one person from another. Any living person is obviously different from the others.
Any person is an individuality who vibrates as one with certain energies from the universe. An individual is different not only thorough the quantity of energy but also through its quality.
An individuality expresses a certain person's originality and particularities. For the yogis, a person's individuality is the expression of certain intense processes of resonance and the unique mixture of energies that make a particular person be unique.
In the yogic practice, the particularization refers to the adaptation of the beneficial influences and of the ancient yogic methods to each practitioner's characteristic needs.
The awakening and development of all beneficial qualities is sought in yoga from the very beginning, as they will annihilate gradually all negative characteristics. Proceeding thus with consequence we ease our harmonious development and accelerate our spiritual evolution.
The famous doctor Henri Durville, in his study of success, indicated a series of suggestive assertions aiming at enhancing optimism and self-esteem.
In order to benefit greatly from this information, you need to write them down on a big sheet of paper and to use an adequate color. Read this post daily, slowly, in the morning and in the afternoon especially. Try to perceive your inner growth.