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I am a seeker of the truth. Honesty & Integrity are very important to me. I am a student of life who Loves to learn from Life and friends. I live by a system of values and honorable principles. I am a harmony seeking idealist. I am keen to understand others,and what makes them tick.I seek ways to improve my mental ability.

Tuesday, 31 January 2017

The Infinite Being newsletter - Article. Doing by not doing by Owen Walters



This article was written by Owen Waters, author of "Freedom of

the Spirit: Four Powerful Steps to Spiritual Freedom."



                                        Doing by Not Doing

                         by Owen Waters




This week, we'll explore another aspect of Taoist philosophy.

It's an even bigger brain teaser called Wu Wei (pronounced

"Woo-Way"), which is about "doing by not doing." And, strangely

enough, it's the secret to getting things done!



This philosophy says that, when nothing is done, nothing is

left undone. When I first encountered this stark contradiction

I became seriously worried about my brain cells short-

circuiting and melting. In fact, the more I thought about

it, the more convinced I became that I was starting to smell

smoke coming out of my ears.



Later, at an older and riper age, I began to see the idea

behind the apparent contradiction. The alternative translation

of "action without effort" instead of "doing by not doing"

helped to clarify the original idea. I came to realize that if,

instead of trying to make something happen by the usual efforts

of planning, willpower and determination, you go within and see

the action accomplished, then something very different happens.

The action doesn't mysteriously become accomplished by magic or

by non-effort, but you experience a state of flow which enables

you to move through the task with ease, grace and incredible

efficiency.



A leading light in positive psychology today is Hungarian-

American professor Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi. (In case

you're wondering, his last name is pronounced,

"Cheek-sent-me-high-ee.") His focus on happiness and creativity

led to the concept of FLOW, which is a state of concentration

or complete absorption in an activity. He points out that

developing a state of flow leads to higher skill development

and the ability to meet higher challenges within a chosen

field.



The message of the Tao is to develop exactly such a state of

flow and to do it by developing deeper states of inner

awareness. The easiest way to invoke a state of flow,

therefore, is to go within, attune with your inner being and

the intended task, then come out into the world of action and

carry out your intuitive guidance every step of the way until

the task is completed.



In a state of flow, the action is guided from within and the

doer virtually vanishes into the deed.



The key to creating the desired state of flow is that, because

your inner being is fully attuned with the universe, you can

then act in a manner which is perfectly aligned with all other

circumstances related to your work. This is how synchronicity

happens and coincidences become commonplace in your life.

People, ideas and materials all come together at the exact

right time and in the right place because flow is an

orchestration of the many, not just the one.



You can be the main person conducting the work, but the

universe responds to your inner connection and brings to you

everything that you need with effortless coincidence.



The message of Wu Wei is that there is a time and a place for

everything to come together for effortless achievement. By

intending a goal and connecting with your inner being, you

start the creation of that perfect time and place by attracting

all the resources you need to achieve the goal. Then, by acting

exactly when the energy feels right, you express the flow of

ideas and energy which pour forth from your inner being.



Achievement becomes effortless, and the realm of being has

become manifest in the world of action. You will have achieved

success by alignment with the inner realm of 'not doing.'





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This article was written by Owen Waters, author of "Freedom of

the Spirit: Four Powerful Steps to Spiritual Freedom." This

deeply insightful e-book combines some of today's most proven

and time-tested spiritual practices into one powerful and

effective package.



Available for immediate download at:



http://www.infinitebeing.com/ebooks/freedom.htm



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for the New Awareness each Sunday at your request from

Infinite Being Publishing LLC, Delaware, USA.




Friday, 6 January 2017

Personal Growth - Metamorphosis

          Metamorphosis -

        is A Complete change in character, appearance.

                Will you be setting any New resolutions this year?


          To succeed in your resolutions you need to make gradual changes, rather than a major      metamorphosis.












 Ram DassBe Here Now

It's only when caterpillarness is done that one becomes a butterfly. That again is part of this paradox. You cannot rip away caterpillarness. The whole trip occurs in an unfolding process of which we have no control.”






The caterpillar does all the work but the butterfly gets all the glory. 


G Clarin







They're is nothing in a caterpillar that tells you it's going to Be a butterfly



Are you ready for some new changes in your life.?
Are your ready to transform yourself?







I am Out of order for Procrastinating.


Out of order



Today there are many things I should be doing.

I should be eating my dinner,
I should be washing dishes from Sunday lunch.
I should be ironing school uniform ready for tomorrow.
I should be able to put my challenges in order on my craft blog.
I should be sorting appeal for social to get some benefit.
I should be sending an email to my ex-husband about Our son's manipulating behaviour.
I should be tackling the laundry and Washing the kitchen floor.
I should be trying to catch up on with the mountain of ironing I need to do.
I should be finishing my art picture I begun. I should be finishing cards I have started.

Today my day isn't as productive as I would like it to be.
 I don't seem to be getting much done, and my to-do list is adding to my exponential amount of stress to my already emotionally stressful day.

Procrastination is not the answer, but that is all I seem to manage today.



(The psychological causes of procrastination vary greatly, but generally surround issues of anxiety, low sense of self-worth, and a self-defeating mentality[4]. Procrastinators are also thought to have a lower-than-normal level of conscientiousness, more based on the "dreams and wishes" of perfection or achievement in contrast to a realistic appreciation of their obligations and potential.)(from Wikipedia)


Do you ever have days like this?