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Miss the warm weather

By Dias · Feb 1, 2019 · ·
  1. Yes. I already miss the warm weather, the Sun!
    Back to my daily routine.
    It is very interesting to observe how I feel and act upon life: I like routine but at the same time I am feeling something strange which is I am feeling like this routine is a prison. Never felt this before. I feel a heavy weight on my shoulders again which I did not feel in India, what is the cause of this?
    Maybe in India I was more relaxed because I was not playing any role and I could let go of the need to control and here I have to control everything I do to keep the appearances and expectations of how I should behave.
    Who imposes these limitations? Is it the society or am I doing it to myself?
    Have to go into it and try to figure it out but in my case I would say I am doing it to myself...


    ‘Cut down all expectation and free yourself. Let go of things that are troubling you. If you analyse yourself, if you have anything inside yourself that is troubling you or stopping you, you have to let go of that. As long as you hang onto things that are troubling you, you will suffer. The earlier you let go, the quicker you will be free.’ — Paramahamsa Vishwananda


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  1. Jil
    "As long as you hang onto things that are troubling you, you will suffer." So true. I'm focussing a lot recently on the importance of letting go of attachments. "Let it be", however, is definitely easier sung than done! In my own experience I have found a regular practice of meditation (20-30 mins twice a day) really helps 'though.
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