I love to learn. I love hearing everyone's perception of the world we all share.

20th July 2014

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I can relate to this


I can relate to this

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14th July 2014

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amaranthianightingale said: Recently I'm troubled focusing on the good, I get nervous yet anxious and wound up about little things that don't matter at all like someone listening to loud music I don't like at the train or teenagers bragging around. Not only but many of it are


(cont) are noises. Others are when my washing machine doesn’t work and it’s obvious someone broke it on purpose or out of to little caring for the property of other. Do you have any advice for me to calm down in general and to go back to focus on the good?

Here is what works for me:

 - Start your day off on the right foot by NOT getting out of bed until you’ve thought of 2 things you’re appreciative of and 2 more things your excited about.

 - Spend at least 15 minutes in meditation or in quiet time. I sit on my back porch and say - “I’m open to receive all good things today”. I repeat that to myself over and over until I can feel my energy level rise.

It has been my experience that people have a tendency to upset you when you believe they should behave in a different way than they are and when they don’t, it upsets or frustrates you.

 - You can’t control ANYTHING that ANYONE else does, you can only control your reaction to it. I too am auditory sensitive and didn’t realize this till I was grown, but to get around it - I always have my MP3 player with me close by, so if I’m in a situation where the noise, music or talking is too loud, I put my headphones in and go to “Michelle-Land” where I control what I hear and how loud I hear it.

  - Understand - that when you focus on and pay attention to things you do not like or do not want, the Universe will only bring more of that to you SO INSTEAD focus on things you like. When you see a group of teens bragging around and listening to loud music, notice something about them that you do like, maybe their shoes, clothes, hair, smile, their ability to be happy regardless of what anyone else thinks………find something!

The biggest ‘a-ha’ moment I got was when I realized that all these frustrating things that kept happening was only happening in response to my vibration. 

Once I realized that what I see on the outside is just a reflection of what I’m feeling on the inside - it was pretty easy to pay more attention to how I feel and to not let the small stuff irritate me.

You’re not going to like everyone, not everyone is going to like you, and you being happy has nothing to do with what someone else is listening to or who broke the washing machine. Being happy is about you choosing to be happy because you want to. Period.

Get a notebook and use it to write down things you like about your day. Keep it with you and when you see something you like or makes you smile, write it down. This exercise of looking for things you like will keep you focused on looking for things you like instead of paying attention to things you don’t.

It’s just a matter of changing your perception. When you catch yourself thinking or paying attention to something you don’t prefer, say to yourself “Well that is unnecessary” and switch your focus to something you do like and do want instead.

9th July 2014

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The capacity to be alone is the capacity to love. It may look paradoxical to you, but it’s not. It is an existential truth: only those people who are capable of being alone are capable of love, of sharing, of going into the deepest core of another person—without possessing the other, without becoming dependent on the other, without reducing the other to a thing, and without becoming addicted to the other. They allow the other absolute freedom, because they know that if the other leaves, they will be as happy as they are now. Their happiness cannot be taken by the other, because it is not given by the other.
— Osho (via psych-facts)

8th July 2014

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Not to be able to stop thinking is a dreadful affliction, but we don’t realize this because almost everybody is suffering from it, so it is considered normal.
— Eckhart Tolle (via thecalminside)

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30th June 2014

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Love doing these

Gotta try these


Love doing these

Gotta try these

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22nd June 2014

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What I'm drawn to when it comes to a guy →


As I was walking home from center city today, I started to randomly think about what makes me draw interest in a guy. Below are the top, initial ones:

Calm, laid back voice: This was the big realization today. There is something about it that puts my nervous ninny, over-analyzing a response…

With all respect to this post and your own opinion, I am not a big believer in lists. I think that creating a certain mental image of your ideal mate is limiting yourself. From my personal experience I know that all these lists go out when you make a connection with someone special. That authentic feeling you get from a genuine relationship cannot be forced or explained until you experience it yourself.

But to respectfully reply to your post, I think the three most admirable traits in women are 1) ambition 2) open mindedness - one who can think confidently in an independent manner rather than following the dogmas of culture, society norms, etc. 3) Commitment to the relationship esp. when through difficult times.

8th June 2014

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Find someone who has a life that you want and figure out how they got it. Read books, pick your role models wisely. Find out what they did and do it.
— ― Lana Del Rey (via psych-quotes)

31st May 2014

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Alan Watts ~ The Spiritual Journey As The Self


31st May 2014

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It is the nature of desire not to be satisfied, and most men live only for the gratification of it.
— Aristotle (via quotedojo)

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16th May 2014

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