Inspirations from Previous Talks
To stay happy change your focus from being right to being kind. Why? - The moment isn't asking me to be right but kind. - Proving oneself right doesn’t feel good in the long run. - We can justify our attitude, only in doing so are we losing our humanity. - Right will show itself anyway. Listen to one of our popular talks for tips and tools on how to choose to be and stay happy.
We can create a deep sense of belonging by looking at three things: 1- our way of relating to what it means to be good/ nice 2- the importance of seeing the larger picture 3- awareness of a new source of energy/power Listen to the talk to hear what and how these three things relate to belonging.
Asking ourselves ‘What’s the positive in this?’ stops us from wallowing in the negative. There's always a positive to find. Sometimes we may need to dig deep to find it, but keep at it. Why? Because we’re the ones who’ll benefit. Listen again one of our popular talk on staying positive.
Learning to meditate helps with managing your worrisome thoughts. Think about meditation as developing an attitude to observe, to be attentive to the influence of outside on you. Then you can observe your worries and ask yourself ‘What can I do? Can I do anything?’. Listen to the full talk.
When we are experiencing pain we usually try to distract ourselves. We want to avoid being present to it, only the best way to heal pain is to learn how to sit with it. There is no need to do anything else, because this is when healing starts. Love emerges when we hold our pain long enough. What does it mean to sit with your pain? Listen to the talk.
When someone is angry, what if it isn't an attack but an unfulfilled need? They need something from me, or they wouldn’t get angry. Don’t run away or freeze. See their shouting as 'coughing', they’re letting out the irritant. Ask them what they need whilst staying in your vibration of peace. Relisten to our popular Friday talk.
We can increase the strength of our intellect by training it to be silent for a few minutes here and there, throughout the day or by purposefully sitting in silent meditation daily. This doesn't have to be a boring silence, it can be a colourful and pleasant one. One in which you can create a beautiful relationship with yourself. Listen to the talk to see how to create and cultivate this type of silence