All day long we use to judge things as #good or #bad for us, for others, the society and for pretty much everything. And I'm not an exception. I used to do it a lot. And some day, I decided that there has to be more to it. So I started a journey which I follow now for years, and which I am going to follow for the rest of my life.
Honestly: it's a hard journey. Digging deep into the unknown of your inner self, asking why I judge something as wrong or bad, and starting to listen to all the different parts of my personality, can be very exhausting and also very confusing. But I really think that it's worth it!
On my journey I learned to listen to and to understand not only my own inner self, but also other people and even groups of people. And I started to discover a whole new world unfolding in front of me. Challenging myself and others to question beliefs in order to live a more fulfilled life reveals so much about struggles and suffering, that I'm quite overwhelmed sometimes.
Yet, there is so much more to come, as I have realized last week. As I did challenge myself, and intuitively reacted with rejection of what I was doing, I realized, that I do this often. I do something, which is beneficial to me in that moment, and at the same time I have this inner monologue about how bad it actually is what I'm doing. That was the moment where I realized what letting go and what self-love actually mean. It's not action, it's being. It's being with yourself, having compassion. It's a state of being which we CAN embrace, not an action we SHOULD execute. -- #selflove #compassion #reflection #meditation #personaldevelopment #lesspainmoregain #embracethejourney #love #challenge #relief #life #mental #emotional #spiritual #yoga #gaga #movement