The wise ones say

abundant.earth, the wise ones say

The wise ones say;

“that our amount of happiness is proportional to our discipline”.

The wise ones know that the path of truth realisation is not for the meek.  That discipline is essential to engage with life and meet it where ever it takes us.

The wise ones say;

It takes discipline –  for the times we are in crisis,  emotionally, physically, mentally.   To not depend on an external suppressant, uppers & psychedelics,  marijuana, alcohol, food, opiates, pharmaceuticals, in order to change or avoid the experience.    To hold our tongue; rather than complain &  gossip,  or refrain from harressing those we love or hate.

The wise ones say;

It takes discipline –  for the times we have pleasure & success, be wary  when the heart races and the breath quickens. Pleasure  when experienced without wisdom uses great amounts of vital life energy,  pleasure can deplete, replaced by despair,  the high of success is fleeting.

The wise ones say;

It takes discipline –  to master the mind. Master the senses. Master life itself – to be with any experience without judgement.  To be without judgement is to be at ease with life, letting let go of the inner cynic that ridicules  either the  material  or spiritual,  depending which motives more.

As the wise  Mahatma Ghandi said to the people,  find – unity in diversity.  Mahatma is perhaps humanity’s most iconic example of how discipline can serve the self & humanity, yet still remain equanimious  during the most oppressive experience.

The wise ones say;

It takes discipline – to become  skillful  in the art of expecting the unexpected,  rather than  the expectation that  life should be like a perfectly toned instagram account. No expectation allows the flow of an easy and effortless response, it still may not be an ideal experience but, how it disturbs will,  likely cause less suffering.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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