As long as our thinking is focused on what is missing
where it went wrong ........Oh i wish I had done better and so on
we would keep rotating in whirlpools of darkness where we miss our own light unseen
only when we focus on the good in our life , we will see light and find happiness within
Charles Darwin proposed the theory of Survival of the fittest for animals but human beings still operate on that principle by habit, because they feel they have to win by being above others in terms of money which essentially represents food and shelter.
The unconscious insecurity continues from the animal mind that for one to live, another has to die – be it physically, financially or emotionally. That is the basis of competitive thinking.
The ever increasing restlessness in societies, the rise in domestic violence, criminal tendencies, alcohol and drug addictions, medical bills and incurable diseases , prove that escaping the needs of soul evolution does not help. But we are conditioned into believing that the soul does not exist and that only earning money, fame or power matters in creating happiness.
Yet, being competitive has not led the human race towards higher levels of happiness, peace or ethereal positivity. To be happy from within as souls, we need to discover our humaneness as distinct from our animal instincts.
Hence, we probably need to change the definitions of success which we glorify as part of our mental conditioning from childhood. Because of social pressures, we train ourselves to compete with others, to be what everyone else is and that whole mind-set makes us compromise on our needs of soul evolution.
At an internal level, there are pangs of having failed even when we feel externally successful because we fail to achieve that happiness, which we incarnate to achieve as souls.
Changing our core thinking to positive is not easy because we become habitual to sacrificing our soul needs to be happy , presuming happiness to be a compromise as defined by traditional doctrines. Yet each time we compromise because of fear of not having in the future, we focus on the negative aspects of life.
Initially redirecting our thinking feels like relearning the alphabet .But at some point, we need to realize that we cannot continue with the negative ways of thinking simply because we are conditioned into them! Our method of coping up has not helped us since centuries of trial and error in finding the happiness we seek through our efforts.
That we have achieved a state of balance being the way we are, does not mean that we are in an optimum state of balance. Since we feel more helpless, anxious and sick than healthy, happy and at peace on an average, it means that we are balancing ourselves in a non-optimal, negative state of being.
Generally, it is owing to beliefs embedded in mass consciousness and stored in the subconscious levels of our minds that we tend to get misdirected. These beliefs overrule our individual sensibilities about what constitutes happiness.
This book aims to spread the soul’s concept of happiness by facilitating an understanding about what happiness means for each soul self, as contrasted with traditionally held mass beliefs of what happiness should mean.
By making attempts to know that which specifically resonates with our individual sensibilities, and contrasting it with the values conventional thinking and mass culture hold to be true, we arrive at the dynamics of an underlying internal language influencing our perceptions and expectations as contrasted with an externally imposed language.
The intention is to develop awareness of the inner workings of the soul mind so that it can help us remain positively expectant through the ups and downs of life.
As will be explained in the book, remaining positively expectant is critical to realize the feelings of happiness we seek to experience through our externally oriented efforts.
The thinking and assumptions embedded in mass consciousness will be deliberately challenged, leaving it up to each person to determine what holds true for them individually.
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