When worrying, you are so preoccupied that you can't readily recognize that your spiritual momentum has stopped. We therefore need a bridge that takes us from worry to the quiet, peaceful, godlike mind. We mistakenly think that worry plays an integral part for us to reach our goal; instead, worry expands and radiates doubt. Then we focus so much on doubt, that it becomes our unspoken goal. Unknowingly we attract into our lives the things that we are thinking about the most.
Become enthusiastically involved in the higher goals that you have set. Spiritual goals upstage worrisome goals. Worry, gossip, fear, hastiness, impatience, and intolerance are like viruses that suck the life out of our drive. They block our ability to become centered and focused, which is necessary to do the spiritual work that is before us. We must be determined to switch from worrying to becoming more enthusiastic about our life's destiny. We must therefore SWITCH our thinking. Develop the good habit of saying "...
Recognize that it is always a privilege when we meet someone. Your eventual experiences with that person have long been written in the stars. Often, by the time we realize how valuable an encounter has been, it is too late to tell the person how blessed you have been for knowing them.
Everyone that we meet in some way awakens us to our true self, and to our personal weaknesses. We frequently blame them when the weaknesses are exposed. Once we mature in wisdom, we realize that the person played a pivotal role in our newfound friends and abundance.
In fact, with all the encounters, whether for a brief moment or a long enduring relationship, the purpose is always the growth and advancement of both individuals.
Initially, you share certain interests and habits, which made the initial physical attraction that brings you both together.
Now, if you truly want to grow and be on the path to the light, as a Truth seeker, you must ask certain universal questions. For example, "What is the mes...