“The little things? The little moments? — They aren’t little.”
– John Kabat-Zinn
“It’s easy for someone to joke about scars if they’ve never been cut.”
– William Shakespeare
Whenever a problem arises in your mind : The Solution
1. Stay present in your natural state, as the unified field of impersonal awareness.
2. Step aside by creating some non-judgmental space (distance) from the ‘problem’ in order to remain open-minded (having an objective standpoint).
3. Simply observe the noise of mental activities being played out in your head (without any emotional reaction, judgment or personal bias). Diffuse your personal association to whatever you are perceiving as being a ‘problem’. Stress is not an external force beyond your control, rather it is an internal response to a perceived problem, threat or unmet need. It is a story you tell yourself about a particular person, event or circumstance that creates your emotional turbulence.
4. It is enough to be the silent, unmoved observer to your whole thinking process.
Respond from the clear space of neutrality, this will allow you to have an observational approach while effortlessly tapping into the quantum field of pure potentiality.
5. Trust in the process and a creative solution will emerge.
~Anon I mus (Spiritually Anonymous)