Anonymous Message To The Indigo Children Of The World.

Anonymous releases message, this time ONLY to the indigo children!

There is a shift in consciousness taking place.

As time goes on, this only becomes more obvious and more people start to realize they can be who they are. Yes, there still might be trailblazers needing to lead the way, but things are only leading further and further into the direction of bringing spirit back into balance with our mind and physical body in this experience we call life.

Embrace it!

 

8 Señales que te ayudarán a distinguir a una persona sincera de una hipócrita.

Diferenciar a una persona honesta de otra que finge no es tan difícil: hay señales por las que resulta fácil determinar quién es quién, sólo hay que estar atento.

Para que te sea más fácil recordarlas, Genial.guru resumió de forma esquemática las diferencias entre una persona que dice la verdad y otra que es hipócrita.

 

Source:https://genial.guru/inspiracion-psicologia/8-senales-que-te-ayudaran-a-distinguir-a-una-persona-sincera-de-una-hipocrita-329160/

Five of the Worst Ways to be an Empath.

“The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle, known loss, and have found their way out of the depths. These persons have an appreciation, a sensitivity, and an understanding of life that fills them with compassion, gentleness, and a deep loving concern. Beautiful people do not just happen.” ~ Elisabeth Kübler-Ross

Having discovered you are to some degree, an empath, and that all those years of thorn tingling feelings and draining encounters really meant something. Having discovered the reason why you love people yet avoid them at all costs as they make your head spin and have a difficult time building balanced relationships that don’t leave you feeling resentful if not bitter and angry. You’re probably ready to start confronting those confusing and infuriating emotions by taking action. But first, let’s locate exactly what not to do.

Resistance

Your chosen path is as an empath, and it will happen whether you like it or not. Having been unaware for so long, you may have been dragged through the experience backwards and have accumulated a fair amount of bitterness if not despair about why this keeps happening to you. Every time you forgive others for their atrocious behaviour, for downright taking advantage and walking all over you, you find that you fall straight back into the trap and spend days and weeks, if not years resenting them (and are secretly angry at yourself for allowing it to happen).

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Victimization

In social situations you soak up everyone else’s shit and willingly take the flak for every little invisible tension or thing that goes wrong, letting others gang up on you and dump all their projections onto you. You probably do this on a subconscious level in order that everyone is able to enjoy a certain level of comfort or distraction from their own downfalls, that’s detrimental to yourself of course. You willingly become the victim; letting the hailstorm of emotions swirling around you hit you full force and worst of all… you believe you deserve it. You become the people pleaser, the scapegoat and the fool.

Karmic Patterns

To be honest, the reason that you have become an empath is probably because you have chosen, in this life or beyond, that you would have an intense and probably unpleasant… if not entirely terrifying experience. These might include the experience of death firsthand (see the Orphan Archetype), a public downfall (killed in a riot, accused of witchcraft), a grand scale or group suffering (war, the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, the sinking of the Titanic) or many other thousands of possibilities that allowed you to experience the height of human suffering. This might have happened in this lifetime and you’re aware of it, but you must understand that your soul chose to experience it in order to get where you are now. Feeling like everyone’s enemy is often also the path of the famous as they are more vulnerable and open to negative energy and harmful thoughts against them as well as criticism, doubt and vampirism.

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Exhaustion

Soaking up others emotions on a daily basis is exhausting in itself, but if you are the sort of empath who is a people pleaser, you will also let everyone gang up on you. You mislead others into thinking you’re a child or emotionally weak in order to relieve those awkward situations and let them dump it all on you. Your low self worth and low self respect lead to this (having decided that you deserve it – victimization), and that cycle of victimization only leads to more exhaustion. You have become concave, withdrawn, a vacuum of energy and are unable to draw any boundaries. The fact that you chose this path, which means you are stronger than you could ever imagine, makes no difference. You are completely cut off from your higher self and the divine and have no energy to look at basic daily functions such as looking after yourself and making a living let alone shining your bright light and lifting up others around you (which you have an inkling you should be doing.) The realization that you feel far from your true path only adds to the exhaustion.

Giving Up

Being totally overwhelmed by the lesson you have chosen, you’ve caved in. You have let people walk all over you for so long, you’ve shut down. Your armor is so thick most people are put off before you even give them a chance to get to know you. You have become so numb and angry that you’ve completely shut the world out. As sad as it is, the hole isn’t as deep as you think. People respond to your energy, and as sensitive and sponge-like as you may feel, you have the ability to easily transcend the complex swirls of emotion. Having worked on your boundaries, you are able to lift your head out of the pool and see the bigger picture. By realizing that you are in complete control and always have been, you are able to stop being the victim and direct your energy from your centre rather than the outside to become the shining light you truly are and do the work you set out to do.

 

Source: https://fractalenlightenment.com/34245/life/five-of-the-worst-ways-to-be-an-empath | FractalEnlightenment.com

These 7 Buddhist monk habits are hard to adopt but they’ll change your life forever.

What’s the secret to feeling calm and focused?

It’s not an easy question to answer.

So, why do Buddhist monks appear peaceful and present all the time?

How do they do it? Do they know some hidden secret that you don’t?

Actually, yes they do!

For thousands of years, Buddhist philosophy has focused solely on how to reduce human suffering and keep the mind focused on the present moment.

And today, we’re going to go through Buddhism’s most important principles and habits that we can all adopt in our daily lives.

While they may appear difficult at first, if you keep at it, they’ll benefit you for a lifetime.

Habit 1 – Outer decluttering

Did you know that the Buddha was born a prince? Yep, he could have spent his life in a big, beautiful palace where everything is done for him.

But he didn’t.

He abandoned everything when he realized the frustrating nature of materialism.

2300 years later, Buddhist monks do the same. They keep material possessions to a minimum and only hold what they need to live their life. Usually this will all fit in a small backpack.

They completely declutter their life.

Habit 2 – Inner decluttering: taking care of others

In many Buddhist circles, monks learn to do things not for themselves, but for the whole world.

When they meditate, it’s for the sake of everyone. They attempt to attain enlightenment to reach their full potential and help those in need.

When you can develop this kind of selfless attitude, you focus less on your personal problems. You get less emotional about small things and your mind becomes more calm.

This is what’s called inner decluttering: making room for others and dumping selfish habits.

Habit 3 – Meditating A LOT

One of the main reasons you become a monk is to have more time to meditate. Most monks wake up early and meditate for 1 to 3 hours and do the same at night. This kind of practice changes the brain. If you’ve read any articles on the benefits of meditation, then you know what I mean.

You don’t have to adopt this kind of rigorous schedule, but what if you started the day with 30 minutes of meditation?

Habit 4 – Following the wise

In western society, we have an unhealthy relationship with old age. But for Buddhist monks, they see elder people as having wisdom. They seek elder spiritual guides that can help them on their path.

If you look around, there are always insightful people to learn from. Older people have more experience which means they can offer countless life lessons.

Habit 5 – Listen mindfully and without judgment

Our brains naturally judges others. But according to Buddhists, the point of communication is to help others and ourselves suffer less.

Criticizing and judging obviously doesn’t help.

What’s wonderful about mindfulness is that it’s judgment-free. The main goal of mindful communication is to take in everything that someone is saying without evaluating it.

So many of us pre-plan our answers while we’re listening but the main goal here is to simply take in all that they are saying.

It leads to more mutual respect, understanding and chances for progress in the conversation.

Habit 6 – Change is the only law of the universe

According to Buddhist master Sazuki, a crucial principle we all need to learn is to accept change:

“Without accepting the fact that everything changes, we cannot find perfect composure. But unfortunately, although it is true, it is difficult for us to accept it. Because we cannot accept the truth of transiency, we suffer.”

Everything changes, it’s the fundamental law of the universe. Yet, we find it hard to accept it. We identify strongly with our fixed appearance, with our body and our personality. And when it changes, we suffer.

However, Sazuki says we can overcome this by recognizing  that the contents of our minds are in perpetual flux. Everything about consciousness comes and goes. Realizing this in the heat of the moment can diffuse fear, anxiety, anger, grasping, despair. For example, it’s hard to stay angry when you see anger for what it is. This is why Zen teach that the moment is all that exists.

Sazuki says: “Whatever you do, it should be an expression of the same deep activity. We should appreciate what we are doing. There is no preparation for something else”

Habit 7 – Living the moment

As humans it can be tough to simply embrace the present moment. We tend to think about past events or worry about what the future holds. Our mind can naturally drift.

But mindfulness encourages us to refocus. Practising mindfulness enables us to get better at redirecting our thoughts back to what we’re actually engaged in.

Without judging ourselves for getting lost in our thoughts, we simply acknowledge that we lost our attention and direct our focus to our senses or any task we’re engaged in.

It takes discipline but it’s what we need to do if we want be present for the miracles of life.

Source: http://thepowerofideas.ideapod.com/7-buddhist-monk-habits-hard-adopt-theyll-change-life-forever/