How people treat you is their karma; how you react is yours.’ – Wayne Dyer
We are all travellers on a long, amazing journey through a universe that is never still. It is a journey filled with danger and opportunity. Each one of us has the freewill to choose our direction and each of us is responsible for all of our actions.
Our mind is key. Like it or not, ready or not, our mind is always creating, affecting our world and ourselves, affecting our present and our future. If we use our mind wisely, with compassion for other living beings, its tremendous power can bring more joy, success, freedom and happiness into our lives.
To do this we need to understand how our mind works; how our intentions and actions affect our internal and external worlds.
All that we send out, will in some way, shape or form, return. This process takes some interval of time and is called karma. You and karma are in an interconnected balance.
In a great many instances the cause of returning karma is unknown. We experience good or bad luck seemingly for no reason. Buddhist teaching says that we are simply receiving the result from a past action that we are unaware of.
Buddhists say that winning the lottery is actually not a case of random luck, but is feedback from our previous actions returning to us – the result of our own action in a forgotten past. These past actions still resonate in our world, affecting our world equilibrium. You will never regret being kind.
‘You cannot do a kindness too soon for you never know when it will be too late.’ Ralph Waldo Emerson
Modern life is rarely stress free. There are always frustrating issues to deal with. We’re constantly on our toes just in case something goes wrong and we need to leap into action. It needn’t even be anything cataclysmic; just a potential hassle or an aggravation is enough. Ironically, this means that we attract even more tension into our lives. And, when we have an ‘edge’, we draw similar people to us. If you want peace and harmony in your world, you just have to believe that it’s possible.
“Your purpose in life is to find your purpose and give your whole heart and soul to it.’ – Buddha
Mediation has helped me with this – so has visualisations, affirmations, gratitude, forgiveness, and self-love.
The universal law teaches the law of cause and effect. There is no effect without a cause. So don’t allow your fears to be the cause, not the effect. Otherwise they become a magnet for self-fulfilling prophecies.
Burn up negative thinking patterns, rise up from the ashes of the past, and claim your power.
You live in a loving universe.
All of the forces are here to give you assistance, to give you support.
Everything is out there – all the help, knowledge, resources you could ever need – so don’t get stuck and get out of your own way. Ask yourself what do you really want? Get very clear. Write it down. Use every tool in your inner toolbox to release your inner imposter and fly!
Have an amazing month ahead and Dream Big.
‘Angels fly because they take themselves lightly.’ – Alan Watts
About the Author: Jane FULLER is one of Your Monthly Mentors, a producer, writer, teacher, ambassador, blogger, interior designer, calligraphist and spiritual entrepreneur based in London, United Kingdom. From taking a Fine Arts course in Florence Italy, to running her own award winning film production company, Jane’s life has so far been a whirlwind of adversity, triumphs, challenges and truly inspiring moments. Read More…