I do not content myself with merely spewing words around. I practice what I preach, so I encourage each individual to explore life and discern that which is most suitable for his well-being and prosperity.– Alyona
Something snapped, and I felt the known existential discomfort of looking for a purpose or something desirable, engaging, interesting, or entertaining to mind.
As I browsed through YouTube, I became aware that even frustration was created by me, not by life or the browser. That frustration and any other affliction only came into being as a reflection of my relationship with myself and my vision of reality.
Being aware of myself, I noticed how I was searching, but at the same time also mentally resisting taking something in and giving it an opportunity.
With this awareness, I consciously chose a video to watch and focus on or immerse myself in.
I felt the shift immediately: how tension and mental resistance dissolved into nothingness, and how the experience became more pleasant.
Out of the ordeal, I emerged with this:
Avoid the trap of searching mindlessly for something that can only be fixed from within. That is a distraction from what truly needs to be addressed. Also, stay clear of gathering or accumulating too much information just for the sake of it under the guise of “learning” or “education” when you have no clear vision for its use; for it may feel and be like you are perpetually preparing for a future that will never come. Pick one thing and stick with it until you master it, to then let it branch out.
Through your relationship with yourself and your vision of reality, the matter directs you back to mind the quality of your focus.
What you focus on is what you will materialize and experience. It is not a matter of any particular circumstance that determines your life experience, but rather how you relate to the experience – consciously or not.
So, how well can you sustain a constructive mental framework, and live your life lucidly while directly influencing it?
If you have to think about this question, start working on your ability to and quality of focus. Do not wait, postpone, or wish for another day, another time, or for the future that looms forever on the horizon. Wake up and be and do right now!
You have this moment right now to be productive with yourself in building up and refining your life.
Despite any and all existential discomforts, take a deep breath in while acknowledging the situation as you go within, and focus on something to get yourself ahead.
Always give yourself something to look forward to.