Am I enjoying the journey at all? Just for a minute stop what you are thinking and ask yourself, what use is an achieved mission if in the process we get sleep disorders or our digestive system is weakened or we suffer from high blood pressure or diabetes.
We all live a life that is filled with different actions, which we perform from morning to night. Every action either in the personal, professional, social or financial sphere, is filled with the energy of an intention or a pure desire that ‘I have to achieve what I aspire or aim for’. But things go wrong when the ambition starts becoming an obsession and it starts affecting our mind or relationships or health or sometimes all of these together.
They say success for some comes at a price – a broken soul, a stressful mind, an unhealthy body and harmed relationships. For some, life is like a continuous challenge to be overcome. Challenges are good; they bring out the inner powers and help in tapping the hidden potential inside you. But, at the same time, for the life of a man, who eats, sleeps, and breathes challenges, it is the wrong road to success.
The main cause of professional burnout at a young age is an obsession to focus simply on dreaming and achieving and achieving. But the truth is that no matter how much you achieve, accomplish, and acquire in life, there is always something more to be had. And, in this race to achieve more, many people put off what really matters in pursuit of the things they want to achieve.
They tell themselves that they’ll worry about these things once they’ve reached their destination. Things like family, enjoying with friends, nurturing relationships, forgiving enemies, enjoying life and experiencing peace are put off, and, most of the time, they are never re-discovered. This is what causes people to become severely depressed, unenthusiastic and disinterested after a certain period of time in their careers and family lives.
Today, many people have realised the importance of meditation and relaxation techniques because they have lost the balance in their lives. We shall explain 8 different steps one needs to take on an emotional level so that success is achieved. At the same time, it is a success without any of the side effects, in the form of love lost in relationships or physical and mental illnesses.
Just for a minute stop what you are thinking and ask yourself, if a goal or an achievement is so significant that you do not mind losing some of the important relationships of your life? Also, what use is an achieved mission if in the process we get sleep disorders or our digestive system is weakened or we suffer from high blood pressure or diabetes? Also, we may even suffer from mental illnesses like depression or sometimes even end up attempting suicide. The same purpose of life can be achieved without losing mental peace, even if the achievement takes place at a date later than the one intended.
Also, just like any other journey, sometimes it is also important not to get stuck in these side scenes. We need to ignore them and carry on with determination with our complete focus on enjoying the journey. It’s great to focus on the destination, but the most important thing is that we should learn to be happy right here and now and give priority to simple things in life.
Embracing self-love and authenticity is a journey that leads to profound personal growth and peace. By understanding the dynamics of human interactions and the futility of seeking universal approval, we can build a resilient self that remains unshaken by external opinions.
The Universal Truth – Understanding life’s shortness after a cancer diagnosis, the message shared reflects on making each day count, focusing on what truly matters, and recognising the impermanence of possessions. It touches on the idea of understanding life and death through experiences, like the practice of Rajyoga, rather than just learning about it.