Life is filled with prospects when it comes to what we will develop into, what we will obtain, and who we are supposed to be. But for many of us, our eyes and minds have been educated to search for a sure set of anticipated realities that always hold us closed to every part that’s simply at the fringe of our consciousness.
The antidote? We should ask that our hearts, minds, and eyes keep open to prospects which we have been beforehand unable to see. We have to recollect, as Krishna reminds Arjuna in the Bhagavad Gita again and again, that we every include each risk of existence inside ourselves. That means there isn’t a purpose that we shouldn’t be in a position see what we have been beforehand blind to.
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Almost each Yoga instructor I do know ends class by saying Namaste. While this time period can roughly be translated as, “The highest in me bows to the highest in you,” there’s additionally a prayer that’s related to this salutation which can assist us in remembering to maintain ourselves open to the prospects that have been beforehand unknown. It says, “I honor this place inside you through which the whole Universe dwells. It is a spot of Peace, of Love, of Joy and of Truth. And, once you’re in that place in you, and I’m in that place in me, we’re One.”
The complete Universe is limitless—there are not any blinders, no closed doorways, and all of these infinite prospects reside deep down, inside our personal hearts. You don’t should know precisely what you’re asking for. You simply need to ask that your consciousness be expanded to that which was beforehand unseen. I designed this sequence that will help you do exactly that.
This Side-Opening Sequence Will Help You Stay Open to Possibility