K S Ahluwalia
If you would be a real seeker of truth, it's necessary that at least once in your life you doubt, as far as possible, all things
If you believe that most of your problems are out of your control, you are voluntarily giving up your personal power and choosing to lead life in a comfort zone. However, consider the possibility that much of what I think is accidental, in fact, drawn to me by how I perceive the world- my paradigms.
My thinking may be the problem - may be the only one.
My mind may not tell you the truth, but my body will always tell me the truth
Let's do an experiment.
Recall a time when you were afraid, or think about something in the future that would be terrifying to you. You may close your eyes during the process. Concentrate now on your body's reactions and notice where your center of tension lies. Take a deep breath and concentrate on the physical sensations in your body.
Where did you notice tension and discomfort?
In chest, shoulders, face, legs, stomach?
Now imagine another fear based situation. Where do you notice tension and discomfort now?
The location of tension will always be the same for you.
When you do something that goes against your personal integrity, it causes the same reaction as when you operate out of fear. Honesty and fearlessness breed balance and well being; fear and dishonesty create uncomfortable reactions in your body, to which the body sends warnings.
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