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Thursday, February 11, 2016

The Authenticity of Being You


Most of us have heard someone refer to the company they work for, saying how excited they are to be working on the team, or to be a part of the company in question, and while I don't doubt that many of these statements are true, I also don't doubt that many are not. It's part of our culture to speak that way, and therefore many people say the right words in order to fit in.

We do similar things when we hold opinions (political, religious, or simply whether a movie or book was good or not), in order to fit in, all the while knowing that we have a different opinion.

Whether your fitting in has to do with your profession, your social set, your clique at your high school, or the ladies you lunch with, whether this fitting in has to do with the people you are on a cruise with, or at a cocktail party with, or whether it has to do with what you say when you participate in mass or a satsang, the important thing is how you feel as you do this fitting in.

How you feel can be determined in first instance by your gut, that second brain I referred to in an article originally published in 2004 and republished here in 2011: Introducing Our Second and Third Brains: We Do Think With Our Heart and Instinct, because your gut will let you know something is amiss (i.e., you are not being authentic to yourself) by some discomfort or twinging, and you may, in second instance, feel a similar twinging or discomfort in your heart, that third brain, or even in your psyche or soul if you are already attuned to it.

It's important to pay attention to those gut and/or intuitive messages - if being authentic or growing to be authentic is important to you - because if you don't change what you say at one point in your day when you feel said twinges, you will merely strengthen the inauthentic parts of you. This is not to encourage you to speak poorly of your firm (should the 'excitement' referred to in the first paragraph not be genuine), but to reflect on what it does to you to not be authentic. You might say it's like having a tiny bit of arsenic each day, and that, of course, will eventually do you in.

Authenticity is best practiced first in your personal life - although that can also be very difficult. Do you have that need to say or do what others say or do in order to feel accepted? Examine yourself and your life very carefully in this regard, because the less authentic you feel, as indicated above, the more the inner quality of your life can deteriorate.

This is a subject I've written about before, because it continues to be so important. Many people have lost touch with their own authenticity because they are so busy trying to fit in that they no longer listen to that inner voice. Trying to fit in is not a bad thing - it's simply something many of us get roped into without realizing it, beginning in our school systems (global), where it is so very painful to feel that you don't belong. The price we pay for belonging tends to be much higher than the brief benefit we get from feeling accepted. This, as so much else, has much to do with how well we love, accept, honor, and approve of ourselves.

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Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Deepening


When I was younger, I believed that I would deepen and enrich my inner life by voracious reading, by participating in conversations of a certain lofty type, and by living my life according to the precepts I found in those books and (sometimes) also in those conversations.

As I grew older I began to realize that deepening was - in some fashion - much more related to "muscles" that grew and strengthened as I practiced loving kindness, awareness, gratitude, mindfulness, patience, and compassion in daily life. I also began to realize that much as I had to stretch muscles of another kind in the reading or perhaps the conversations, a totally different kind of stretching took place when I practiced loving kindness, compassion, and so on.

I began to understand that the people who spoke the language of loving kindness and compassion could just as easily be individuals who had - also - spent a great deal of their lives reading and conversing, as they could be individuals who scarcely read at all, and who perhaps spoke of mainly simple and mundane matters.

My younger ego yearned for the admirable heights I thought I had attained (or would eventually attain) by such reading and conversing, but my older self recognizes that by having begun the arduous process of divesting myself of the ever-clamoring ego, I was able to reach places that were unattainable before. And that I was able to reach these places by the simplest of things: being mindful as I watched a sunrise or a child at play, being filled with gratitude as I smelled the aroma of blossoming jasmine, being able to be patient in a situation that would have brought me to the brink in earlier years, finding loving kindness and compassion within myself more and more frequently (but not always - it's a difficult process), when faced with certain people or events, and of course, even just in my thoughts.

Perhaps the deepening became much more a part of me as I began to realize that my thoughts led the way. It's one thing to behave a certain way on the outside, and quite another thing to have thoughts that run on parallel lines with the way you've just behaved. Often our thoughts run in entirely different directions and we hide them from the world. So when I was able to bring those thoughts to a place that was congruent with the conscious desire to behave this way or that in the external world, I glimpsed the beginning of the real deepening.

This is a challenge. And it's a choice. And I believe - despite growth and evolution that we may have experienced in that direction - that it challenges us to choose deepening every day. We do not stop growing until we are gone. And then, perhaps, we grow in entirely new ways ...

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Also visit my book website: www.gabriellakortsch.com where you may download excerpts or read quotations from any of my books. My latest book Emotional Unavailability & Neediness: Two Sides of the Same Coin is available globally on Amazon in print & Kindle. You can also obtain it (or any of my other books) via Barnes & Noble.


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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Recognizing Wealth


Most people have heard the story of the man who left his rather humble home in the village to go out into the world to seek riches. In some versions of the story he does, indeed, find riches, and in other versions he does not. But in all versions, when he finally returns home, he digs up the garden to plant corn, or he goes into the cellar to look for something that was left there, or he does something totally different but that leads him to the same situation as the garden or cellar version: he finds great riches, that have been there all along in his own small and very humble home. Enormous wealth was there all along. He had simply never recognized it. He had not even been able to imagine it. And yet, all he had to do was look there as opposed to outside in the world.

Similarly, many people have a dream where they find themselves inside, or in front of, a very humble dwelling, and they recognize it as their home. The initial room they come into (or find themselves in) is similarly humble, bare walls and floors, nothing really to make it special. And yet, as they begin to climb stairs (despite the fact that the house - from the outside - may have appeared to have only one floor), they find themselves coming into greater and greater rooms, embellished richly with ornaments, rugs, vases, and paintings. One after another of these rooms comes into sight, and of course, the symbolic meaning of this is - in a dream - that the richness of the inner life of the dreamer has yet to be discovered, but that he/she is close because otherwise the dream would not be pointing him in that direction.

In some fashion we can all apply this to our own lives. We may or may not have found success and riches in the outer world, but when we begin to scratch at the surface of our own being, of our own self, and when we begin to connect with our own soul, we begin to fathom the magnitude of riches inherent in the self - riches that are not immediately visible to the naked eye, but they are rapidly visible to the inner eye and inner knowing. In the connection to the self you see the treasure, and you recognize that the treasure you have sought out there lies in you because it is you - the eternal you.

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Also visit my book website: www.gabriellakortsch.com where you may download excerpts or read quotations from any of my books. My latest book Emotional Unavailability & Neediness: Two Sides of the Same Coin is available globally on Amazon in print & Kindle. You can also obtain it (or any of my other books) via Barnes & Noble.


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Note: If you are wondering why this blog is now only appearing on alternate days (excluding Sat/Sun), it is because I also post on my other blog on the others days. That other blog is The Tao of Spiritual Partnership, so named for another one of my books. Click here to visit the blog and/or to sign up for the feed. 

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Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Can You Find Sunshine in Your Life?


Days can often appear to be grey. I was watching a film recently in which the protagonist, a young woman, was in the most spectacular landscape - a brilliantly azure beach with some boulders in remarkable formation jutting out of the sand - and she was absolutely oblivious to the feast of nature surrounding her. Her day was grey. Why? Because she was undergoing a very difficult emotional situation and so she paid scant if any attention at all to what was around her. She was not aware and she was most certainly not living in the present moment. She was living in her thoughts.

Many times after encouraging clients to pay greater attention to the beauty that surrounds them when they drive away from my office to whatever their destination may be, they return on the following visit and comment with what astonishment they realized what immense and wonderful beauty was there for them to see once they started consciously observing, instead of focusing on their thoughts.

So you see, on the basis of these two small examples, how much damage your thoughts do to you if you are not paying attention to being conscious. Yes: paying attention to being conscious. That is the only way you can live in the present, and if you live in the present, you will always be able to find beauty and sunshine in your life, no matter your outer circumstances, because by being aware, you can choose other thoughts, even if your name is Nelson Mandela, and you are spending 27 years of your life on a prison island. Choosing other thoughts gives you inner peace and inner freedom.

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Also visit my book website: www.gabriellakortsch.com where you may download excerpts or read quotations from any of my books. My latest book Emotional Unavailability & Neediness: Two Sides of the Same Coin is available globally on Amazon in print & Kindle. You can also obtain it (or any of my other books) via Barnes & Noble.


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Note: If you are wondering why this blog is now only appearing on alternate days (excluding Sat/Sun), it is because I also post on my other blog on the others days. That other blog is The Tao of Spiritual Partnership, so named for another one of my books. Click here to visit the blog and/or to sign up for the feed. 

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Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Thoughts: Rid Yourself of the Vicious Circle


This topic of thoughts that create a vicious circle in your head is something that I've posted about many times - along with countless others. However, as I often tell people, just as in marketing a given product, where we were told by marketers that until a potential consumer had seen said product at least nine times, they would not necessarily venture out to buy it, so also in psychology, we might consider that until you have read about or heard of a way of easing your anxiety or stress quite a number of times, while it might make great sense to you, you might not apply the principles.

So: when thoughts are plaguing you, whether about something you fear, or something that causes great worry, pain, or grief, among other difficult emotions, here is a relatively simple recipe to follow that literally takes seconds:
  1. First acknowledge that continuing to think about the 'thing' in a vicious-circle type of way, i.e., ruminating about it, takes you no where. It does not resolve the issue or make it better. Proactive thinking might help or lead you to a solution, but that is, in fact, not what you are doing.
  2. Next, simply say to yourself - when the intrusive, worrisome, anxiety-producing, or painful thought next appears - ok, this is something I have not yet resolved. Nor do I know - at this time - how to resolve it. But just for now, and because I want to take good care of myself, instead of focusing on this thought, I am going to focus on something that will be able to create a small shift in my energy. 
  3. Now look at something beautiful - preferably something in nature that is close at hand - perhaps the blue sky, or the refreshing rain, or the exquisite fir or palm, or listen to birdsong, or the sighing of the wind through the trees, or breathe in the scent of freshly-mown grass. Whatever is there.
  4. Notice that slight energetic shift in you as you focus on the beauty you see, smell, or hear (or touch, as in the velveteen petals of an African violet), and feel gratitude for its presence in your life just now. 
  5. Notice that thanks to that slight energetic shift, you now feel a bit better.
  6. Get on with your day.
  7. It may happen - depending on the neural pathway already associated with the difficult thoughts and worries, pain, etc., that you have been focusing on this a great deal each day, ruminating, as said, in vicious-circle mode, and therefore the thoughts you had just moved to the outer edges of your consciousness are back in a matter of minutes.
  8. Above all, don't despair. This is a well-ingrained neural pathway, and all you need is a bit of patience (and some discipline) to change.
  9. Repeat steps #2 - #6.
  10. And continue repeating over and over again.
  11. That first day you may find that you have done this 187 times.
  12. It's always only seconds, so you are not actually using a lot of your time.
  13. But the second day it might only be 159 times.
  14. The third perhaps only 82 times
As you continue with this, the number of times each day that the difficult thoughts arise in you, will decrease more and more. You are creating a new neural pathway that makes the conscious decision to move away from these thoughts (in the ruminating way). As said in point #1 regarding proactive thinking, the more you eliminate the ruminative thinking, the more proactive thinking (as in brainstorming, or researching, or consulting) will take over. This new neural pathway creates a kind of inner strength in you to automatically move away from useless vicious-circle thinking. And that may lead you to the solution you seek.

Doing this - so simple - is a choice. What are you choosing?

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Also visit my book website: www.gabriellakortsch.com where you may download excerpts or read quotations from any of my books. My latest book Emotional Unavailability & Neediness: Two Sides of the Same Coin is available globally on Amazon in print & Kindle. You can also obtain it (or any of my other books) via Barnes & Noble.


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Note: If you are wondering why this blog is now only appearing on alternate days (excluding Sat/Sun), it is because I also post on my other blog on the others days. That other blog is The Tao of Spiritual Partnership, so named for another one of my books. Click here to visit the blog and/or to sign up for the feed. 

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Friday, January 8, 2016

Love & Gratitude: Your Road to Freedom

 

And so we are already in the second week of another New Year. I’d like to suggest one simple two-pronged resolution for all my readers to keep for the entire year…in order to prove to yourselves what a difference it will make in your lives. One small resolution resulting in a very different quality of life.

Be grateful every day for five different things or qualities in your life that have been there on this day.

Be grateful every day for five different people that have been in your life on this day and have somehow added to the quality of this day.
                                
What would happen if furthermore you made the decision to be grateful for something, even the smallest little something such as the blue of the sky, or the abundant rain, or the sound of birdsong, every single time a negative or worrisome or stressful thought or feeling entered your mind or heart?

Can you imagine what a difference that would make? It would mean that instead of spending a major portion of your thinking time on things that bog you down, you would be spending it on things, or people, or qualities you are grateful for. Don’t misunderstand me: I don’t mean to imply that you should not spend time on solving your problems, but I do mean, that that only requires a certain amount of finite time every day, week, or month, depending on what the problem is. Once that portion of time has been used to try to solve the problem to the best of your ability, go elsewhere with your thoughts and feelings. (See also my article: The Puritan Work Ethic, Wu-Wei, and Is Life Really Meant to be a Struggle?)

As this is quite difficult for many people, simply because it is not a habit, and simply because so many of us believe that if we don’t think about our problems all the time, we are not being serious about our lives, what I am suggesting here is even more simple.

Rather than trying to figure out how to think of something that makes you feel good when the worrisome or negative thoughts hit, be grateful for something. This is very easy to do, once you get the hang of it.

  • Did the doorman smile as you stepped out of the building? Be grateful for that. Be grateful for the smile and be grateful for the doorman’s presence in your life.
  • Did you catch a glimpse of brilliant blue sky as you opened your curtains this morning? Be grateful for that.
  • Did you enjoy the smell of your coffee perking as you were drying yourself off after the shower? Be grateful for that.
  • Did you enjoy the hot steam of water all over your body as you stood in the shower? Be grateful for that.
  • Did you enjoy the softness of your towel as you dried off? Be grateful for that.
  • Did you enjoy the immensity of your oversize bath towel as you dried off? Be grateful for that.
  • Did you enjoy your pet’s happiness at seeing you up and about? Be grateful for that.
  • Did you enjoy the clean freshness of your mouth after brushing your teeth? Be grateful for that.
  • Did you enjoy sinking your teeth into a freshly toasted bagel? Be grateful for that.
  • Did you enjoy your early morning jog around this familiar area where you live? Be grateful for that.
  • Did you enjoy the brief and friendly exchange with the newspaper vendor at the kiosk? Be grateful for that. Be grateful for the exchange and be grateful for the vendor’s presence in your life.
  • Did you enjoy the crisp sound of snapping open a fresh newspaper to read as you have your coffee at your neighbourhood café? Be grateful for that.
  • Did you enjoy the sunshine in smile on the waiter’s face as he took your order for coffee and a bagel? Be grateful for that. Be grateful for the friendliness of the waiter and be grateful for the waiter.
  • Did you enjoy your partner’s touch on your skin in bed before you got up? Be grateful for that. Be grateful for the touch and be grateful for your partner.
  • Did you just start worrying about paying the bills at the end of the month? Be grateful for one of the above items. It will help keep you in a better energetic frequency in order to make better decisions about the bills
  • Did you just get angry once again because the elevator still isn’t fixed? Be grateful for one of the above items. It will help keep you in a better energetic frequency, so that the problem elevator doesn’t ruin the next 30 minutes or 3 hours of your day by continuing to dwell on it.
  • Did you just feel low as you woke up and looked out of the window and saw the grey skies? Be grateful for one of the above items. It will help keep you in a better energetic frequency, so that you will be able to start looking at your day more positively. 
The second prong to this resolution is just as simple, although just as unaccustomed, and thus will also require a bit of practice to make it a habit. Remember, once it’s a habit, you’ll do it without needing to remind yourself, and new habits can be formed in as little as three weeks, if you keep reminding yourself to do the new thing.

Send the intention of love from somewhere inside of you to at least five different people every day that do something to annoy you, make you impatient, anger you, etc. Instead of thinking (or speaking) the invectives you normally would, ask yourself to intend love for that person. You might say something like this in your mind: May love fill your life. Or: Go in love. (See also Your Attention to Bad Things)

That’s it. If you still need to speak to this person about something, do so only after having gone through this nano-second exercise in your mind. Your words will generally come out differently than they might have if you had not done this first. (See also Feeling Compassion: Only for the Hungry, or Also for People Who Hurt You?).

  • Did someone get in line in front of you at the supermarket? Send them love. (You can still speak up for your rights in a pleasant manner)
  • Did someone cut you off in traffic, almost causing you to have an accident? Send them love. (Why waste time on getting angry about them?)
  • Did your partner again forget to take out the garbage or wash the car? Send him/her love. (Maybe it’s a good time to revise who does what around the house based on each individual’s choices rather than on what should be.)
  • Did you daughter scream at you? Send her love. (Yes, healthy boundaries and civilized manners must also be established, but her scream is most probably fueled by an underlying cry for help).
  • Did your boss ask you to come in on Saturday? Send her love. (But also give some thought to the frequency of Saturdays you are spending at the office, and consider having a talk about it with your boss, based on your productivity, sales, efficiency, know-how, etc. with a view to either increasing your salary, benefits, or curtailing such extra hours)
  • Did your neighbour criticize the state of your lawn? Send him love. (You don’t have to agree with him, just let him have his opinion, period.) 
I hope you understood that the purpose for this is first and foremost your own inner state of well-being and balance (see also The Absolutely Best Way of Giving to Others). In other words, although you are sending something positive to the other person, which will translate into an energetic transmission that is beneficial to them, it is, in actual fact, destined to make you feel better, rather than how you would feel, if you gave in to your primordial instinct to snap at them, or send them invectives from car to car, etc. (Before you pooh-pooh this, remember how much you can feel if you enter a room full of hostile people, or happy people, or worried people…most of us are able to feel what others are feeling in certain circumstances).

Furthermore, this is not about you being a wimp. It is not about you not speaking up for your rights. But it is about you being – living – taking yourself into a higher energetic frequency simply by the way you react to situations and by the two-pronged resolution you make, on this very first day of the New Year (see also Having A Good Life):

1.           GRATITUDE

·         Be grateful every day for five different things or qualities in your life that have been there on this day.
·         Be grateful every day for five different people that have been in your life on this day and have somehow added to the quality of this day.
·         Find something to be grateful for (to move your thoughts or feelings toward) every time you feel a negative emotion or have a negative thought.

2.           LOVE

·         Send the intention of love from somewhere inside of you to at least five different people every day that do something to annoy you, make you impatient, anger you, etc., no matter who these people are, or what your relationship to them is.

Remember, the more you do this, especially during the first 21 days, the more it will become a habit.
Once it’s a habit, you will want to have the benefits of this process, and you will find it harder and harder not to do it, i.e., you will eventually do it automatically.

You can choose to ignore this, ridicule this, or decide that it is not for you, because it simply doesn’t apply to your life, or you can choose to do this. This much I can guarantee you: if you choose to do this, your life will alter dramatically and for the better. The energy inside of you, and the energy you will attract towards yourself will increase in your benefit. Such a decision also forms part of your journey towards inner freedom.

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Also visit my book website: www.gabriellakortsch.com where you may download excerpts or read quotations from any of my books. My latest book Emotional Unavailability & Neediness: Two Sides of the Same Coin is available globally on Amazon in print & Kindle. You can also obtain it (or any of my other books) via Barnes & Noble.


Books by Dr. Gabriella Kortsch (English). Available globally in paperback or Kindle e-book versions


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My blog posts are also featured on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Pinterest & you can find me on Instagram