It was all worth it… Disciplined Mind!

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One of my favorite quotes and the inspiration for this blog is by Buddha…

“There is nothing so disobedient as an undisciplined mind, and there is nothing so obedient as a disciplined mind.”

After spending the last two years with my precious family deeply immersed in reevaluating, reminding and reconnecting myself with Life Itself, I am walking away with what I believe is my greatest contribution to Consciousness… a disciplined mind. If you want to help the world, you must help yourself first!

At times this journey became so fulfilling that I contemplated the idea of moving with my family to Costa Rica and spend the rest of my life meditating and being as close as possible to nature. On the other hand while writing this blog I debated if I should share with you that at times it also felt like I was dying. I decided that the only thing I have to share is that in order to have an extraordinary life, you must dissolve the illusion of fear.

So if you are wondering why I am writing about this journey, if I don’t want to share all the details? It is because it is NOT important. Drama is humanities’ biggest challenge and in order to dissolve it, we must realize that it is nothing wanting to be something. In order to lift humanity, animals and the planet to its original pattern, we must abandon talking about the drama, contemplating it and believing that it is through contrast that we regain our appreciation for the gift of Life.

As Wallace D. Wattles said, “The moment you permit your mind to dwell with dissatisfaction upon things as they are, you begin to lose ground. You fix attention upon the common, the ordinary, the poor, and the squalid and mean; and your mind takes the the form of these things.”

What’s important to me at this moment is that I have been appointed through my work, and through our Foundation to help others. By doing so I get to continue the evolution of my individual Soul in the most harmonious path, while living an extraordinary life. When Einstein said, “What the mind can conceive, It can achieve.” It is obvious to me that he meant a disciplined mind. Happiness, Prosperity, Fulfillment, it is all possible and equally available to everyone once you discipline your mind. Although this is YOUR journey of Self Discovery, you DON’T have to do it alone!

Unleash your potential,
Darsana

One thought on “It was all worth it… Disciplined Mind!

  • August 21, 2010 at 2:43 PM
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    Just amazed. It’s like watching another person speaking and elucidating their ideas and philosophy of Life and not someone I’ve known since they were born. I’ve always been very proud of you and now more than ever. Keep up the good work… Can you change the world? Yes, you can… Si, se puede

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