By - MaCarBre
Still better then all those people, who don't even ask this question within themselves, but think it's a good idea to force their tendencies on others. Spirituality can't start without having this question. Life is one big mystery, and most of the people act like they have it figured out, when in reality they are distracting themselves with everything human made, in order to avoid facing this question.
>er then all those people, who don't even ask this question within themselves, but think it's a good idea to force their tendencies on others. Spirituality can't start without having this question. Life is one big mystery, and most of the people act like they have it figured out, when in reality they are distracting themselves with everything human made, in order to avoid facing this question.
Well, if that's a first step , at least that makes me feel good. But lol... I'm still living in this mystery...not knowing what to do.. I guess just go with the flow lol.....But I was thinking and I wanted to be a performer, but that requires a music degree.. and I dont like study so...... yep..
For me, life is about enhancing my perception so that I open myself to things I never imagined possible.
One aspect of enlightenment is realizing there is nothing do in life. However, human can not stay in the body without some karma for which he feels need to acted upon. This is why most Yogic processes have combination of passion and dispassion, striving and letting go.
In Isha it really does not matter what you do, but you do everything the best you can, starting from simple and easy. Then every action you do acts as Sadhana (a tool) to enhance your entire system. Naturally, this type of actions will touch somebodies life at some point and bear fruits.
The other way Sadhguru looks at this is, if you also do Yogic Sadhana, then you will become joyful and blissful by nature, and what you do won't matter for your own fulfilment. At that point you will usually do what it most needed in the world.
The other two things I would like you to check out, is [what is actually meditation](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Et7zGa3rfOw)\* and [the dangers of positive thinking](https://www.reddit.com/r/Sadhguru/comments/mfdt2c/raising_vibration_and_ways_to_do_it/).
\* You can't meditate, but you can do methods that result in you being meditative. The method "meditate to become meditative" is one of the worst ones.
One Powerful Tip for Youth from Sadhguru:
When you are at a point in life where you ask for help about what to do, just don't do anything for a while. Take a step back, breath, calm down, think things through, take any help you can find and act again only when you are calm and grounded.
>en you are at a point in life where you ask for help about what to do, just don't do anything for a while. Take a
I've been like this for 8 months tho.. it's really frustrating.. when you are so patient with yourself.. you wait, wait and wait for answers.. so I guess what I'm learning is that I just need to take action on anything... but on something that feels right.. idk..
As for the answers that you are seeking, in my experience real answers never come from outside. Every thing outside of yourself is only a potential lesson to be learnt.
But in order to be learnt, at first needs to be assessed and observed by your own self. Thus I don't see expecting answers to be a productive way of going forward.
Try closing your eyes and focusing on your breath. Once you do that twice a day for 10 minutes at a time, after 21 days try doing the same but after the ten minute mark ask the questions you are seeking answers to. Don't answer, just ask. And keep keen attention on the next 1 hour os so. Signs and answers are bound to find you, provided you are attentive enough.
> experience real answers never come from outside. Every thing outside of yourself is only a potential lesson to be learnt.
I can't sit still for 10 mins without a provided guided meditation on YouTube so... idk I guess ill use YouTube meditation videos in that case to aid it lol.. but thanks for that, if im bothered ill give it. a try
Good for you! YouTube us full of very helpful content. I wish you all the best.
Although 8 months can be experienced as a lot, especially if are 8 difficult and demanding months, but 8 months is cosmically nothing. Be patient, first and foremost find a passion, a hobby, a sadhana. When you take this first step and take it a step further by immersing your self in the activity, then you will much more easily take responsible and important decisions on work and career matters, on family and friends matters.
Only when you sort yourself out at least to the point of having an immersive daily activity, then you can take the next steps in self and mental improvement as well as social and economical prosperity.
Now, when you are asking this question, you should definitely try doing Isha Kriya or enroll for Inner Engineering powerful tools designed by sadhguru to enhance yourself 🙏🏻🌸