Ancient themes in recent days. "Attachment is the root of all suffering" Buddha I’ve learnt that true healing and transformation requires an act of surrender, of letting go. Letting go of fearLetting go of egoLetting go of prideLetting go of insecuritiesLetting go of emotionsLetting go of past traumaLetting go of grievances & grudgesLetting go of … Continue reading Let Go, Detach, Surrender.
Tag: Life Philosophy
Finding Your Balance
One morning I met a 75-yr old former SEA games Boxer at the park. He has prostate cancer and was undergoing chemo but still exercises regularly. Him: “I took a rest yesterday.” Me: “Me too.” Him: “I think it’s important because the body loses something when you push it. You have to let it get … Continue reading Finding Your Balance
QOTD: “Follow your Feelings!”
Many life lessons and regrets have cumulated in this phrase I often remind myself of. Some call it a Gut Feeling, others call it Intuition. Either way, it’s just a feeling you have about something that is not based on ‘logical thinking’. “Follow your feelings!” Quite often, they’re right, right?
Sep 2019 Spring Update: Life Perspective, Carnivore Diet, Fitness, Naturopathy
Kia ora! It has been awhile since my last post. Admittedly, I have been overwhelmed with school work and not been prioritizing blogging ... HOWEVER, another term has passed, spring is here and we are finally on term break! 🥳 After a long, cold winter, the spring sun really warms my soul! 🌞 Time seems … Continue reading Sep 2019 Spring Update: Life Perspective, Carnivore Diet, Fitness, Naturopathy
Besides peace, we can find much more in silence. Even yourself.
Be true to yourself Nobody truly knows you Except you Stay you.
Do Only the Necessary
Necessity. It's a simple yet elusive context to grasp and even harder to implement. How often do you find yourself thinking, "Is this really necessary?" I frequently find myself wasting valuable time on unnecessary things. Social media, downloading unnecessary information into my mind, getting distracted with unnecessary thoughts, etc. Even in social interactions, I find … Continue reading Do Only the Necessary