I’m pleased to announce that I’m integrating this blog with a facebook group. Now you can ask questions and share new information that you’ve found to a community of like minded people.
Recently I’ve been researching and teaching myself quite a bit about nutrition. About what foods to incorporate into my diet. I’m starting to understand the reasons behind eating certain foods over others. Yet I’m still stunned by the plethora of opposing information on almost every single food choice.
What is the true meaning of life? What will we regret on our deathbed? Religious or non-religious the meaning of life is the same. To live life to its fullest. To live completely in the present moment instead of living our entire lives lost in thought.
Father’s day is a time to step back out of our daily lives. Lives filled with emotions, hard times, hatred, anger, stress, happiness, anxiety, tiredness, pain, suffering, unhappiness, etc. We get so caught up in our lives that sometimes we don’t appreciate what’s right in front of us.
We sometimes forget to be thankful for the people around us, the situation that we’ve been given and for the kind acts that others do for us. Sometimes we get so caught up in our own lives that we start acting selfishly. I know I’ve done this plenty of times, we all probably have some time or another. With the ins and the outs that life has to offer.
Arguably the most profound thought/truth revealed by deep self inquiry is the fact that there is no separate self. There is no such thing as “I”. We are not our body, our thoughts, our mind, or our memories. Through self actualization and ultimately enlightenment we can discover our true nature.
Here is a taste into what you will discover on your journey of self actualization. Enjoy!