Take a moment to think of the one thing that’s causing you the most stress in your life. Got it? Come on, pause and think for a moment, what is it? Ok, so now take another moment and decide what do you ”Wish” was happening instead of this stressful situation or circumstance? Aren’t you wishing something were different? Aren’t you wishing something would just go away so you don’t have to deal with it?
The difference between what is actually happening in your life (current reality) and how you Wish it was is the “Wish Gap”. Another name for the Wish Gap is Stress. Yes that’s right, every trace of stress in your life is a result of Wishing things were different than they are. That’s it.
The harder we struggle against “what is”, the more stress we experience. Of course we … Read More »
“if one is to succeed in anything, the success must come gently, with a great deal of effort but with no stress or obsession.” – Carlos Castaneda
Prepare to join me in 2015 to make this effort together, it’s going to be an adventure. – Albert
To live stress-free, find the beauty in everything. In every situation, no matter how unpleasant, in every person, no matter how unattractive physically or personality-wise, and most of all in yourself, no matter what you may perceive as inadequate or undesirable. In the beauty you will find truth, and in truth you will find peace. – adapted from Wayne Dyer’s Power of Intention
“There are only 3 kinds of business in the universe: mine, yours, and God’s. All of our stress comes from mentally living out of our own business. The next time you’re feeling stress or discomfort, ask yourself who’s business you’re in mentally, and you may burst out laughing! Just noticing that you’re in someone else’s business can bring you back to your own wonderful self.” – from “Loving What Is” by Byron Katie
“Are you stressed? Are you so busy getting to the future that the present is reduced to a means of getting there? Stress is caused by being ‘here’ but wanting to be ‘there,’ or being in the present but wanting to be in the future. The enlightened person’s main focus of attention is always the Now” from “The Power of Now” by ~ Eckhart Tolle