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Choosing right.

As Buddha said, “Pain is inevitable, but suffering is a choice.” So, pain is in the challenges and obstacles to…

“Adopting the right attitude can convert a negative stress into a positive one.”  ~ Hans Selye; pioneering Hungarian-Canadian endocrinologist.

“To complain is always nonacceptance of what is.  It invariably carries an unconscious negative charge.  When you complain, you make yourself into a victim.  When you speak out, you are in your power.  So change the situation by taking action or by speaking out if necessary or possible; leave the situation or accept it.  All else is madness.”  ~ Eckhart Tolle.

What good is it really to always complain to yourself and to others, and have negative self-talks about your own life…??  Is your life really that bad and dark that you do not have any positives and so you must always focus on the negatives…??  Perhaps you shouldn’t always analyze and think things to death, but accept things the way they are and feel more while moving on.


People tend to live and subconsciously choose in their minds to experience the negative more than the positive, and this comes about because the human mind, which is the ego, is more attracted to chaos and entertainment, something to analyze and dissect; however, positive and all things of the heart are not that attractive to the ego, because these things of the heart are purer things and experiences to feel and not analyze to death.
Analyzing and formulating opinions, over and over again, quite often non-stop overthinking, is the realm of our mortal mind, the purpose of the ego; but one cannot wisely trust this process of over-analyzing because the deeper things in life, the ones which matter more mostly, are the more emotional things, the more direct in regards to life itself, thus just flow and acceptance.  Flow and acceptance means that they cannot be questioned over and over again, because if they are then the process of questioning will make the mind focus on the pain or failed attempts, and so the mind will suffer, soon poisoning the whole body and leading to illness and all decay.

When challenges arise and your mind feels confused and bent on the negative, you must remember that in focusing on the wounds you may have or on the negative, then your whole experience, your whole world, is going to be negative and confusing; but, however, you will find strength and wisdom if you choose in your mind to see the positive, the things you can feel with your pure heart, without the analysis and stubbornness from thought, the things from the challenge that you can learn from.

Furthermore then, where you allow your focus to be is where your experience will be; so, the human mind is that powerful, and it will create your own experience based upon the attention you direct in life.

As Buddha said, “Pain is inevitable, but suffering is a choice.”  So, pain is in the challenges and obstacles to make us grow and learn wisdom, but suffering that pain is a choice the human mind makes by allowing your attention here or there.

So, choose wisely.

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“Limitations live in our minds, but if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless.” ~Jamie Paolinetti; writer and director.

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