Life can be colorful or black and white or in the shades of grey. It’s up to you as to how you would paint it. Every one of you might have lost your key at least once. Searching everywhere desperately you would think, I should have taken a little more care. While searching all over, you might miss a place where it is obvious to find the key or anything for that matter. This is the classic human tendency to ignore the obvious. This is the same with your life as well. You want to be happy and peaceful. In search of happiness and peace, you roam around, embrace religion, and spirituality, and go behind the ‘self-help gurus’ but eventually realize that this is not it. Because the meaning of mindfulness, happiness, peace, and contentment is different for different people. Or you would be lucky enough to realize that it was inside you all along.
I have been attending one course after the other from different tutors. At the end of the day, you realize that the beliefs of one coach might contradict the other. Hence blindly following anyone would be a bad idea in itself.
Seeing inner peace and happiness is not everyone’s cup of tea. Any Guru or coach can show you the path. You have to walk down the lane yourself. To let that happen, the first step is to admit your mistakes. Own them. Noone in the world is responsible for solving your problems. The moment the realization dawns upon you, you will embark on your journey.
Just like identifying your triggers, taking the responsibility for your problems is also a key factor in your quest for peace and happiness.
I have been on a long break from my blogs because I was also on a quest. Now that I am back, let me share my insights with you through my blogs and social media.
Are you ready to walk down the path with me?
Meanwhile sharing some proud achievements with you all. While I have been on a break I was pursuing some certificate courses. Along with the Holistic Wellness Coach level 2 certificates, and Yoga trainer certificates, I did courses on Mindfulness, Meditation, Chakra healing, Pranic healing, EFT-TFT tapping, and Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP), Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), ADHD, Occupational Therapy(OT), Ayurveda.
My quest to find the meaning of mindfulness found its destiny when I realized that the first step into being mindful is by knowing yourself.