by Uddhava Ramsden
Wisdom involves an intuitive understanding of our bodies healing power, and the willingness to determine and act on the optimal course of action. It also requires control of one's emotional reactions.
A wise person carefully discriminates between right and wrong, and through self-awareness becomes aware of right conduct and right living. This right action allow him to becomes harmonious with the oneness of all nature. It is through wisdom that we become loving and compassionate with our main earthly aim being to serve and to bringing light into this world.
What do you believe will make you happy? Do you believe you are stuck in a situation that can’t be changed? If your unwise beliefs become facts, you may never try to make the needed positive changes. When we lose the hope of healing ourselves healing becomes a challenge. Thus we settle into the belief of our poor chronic health. We create our world around us by our thoughts and beliefs. We often draw into our lives a lack of vitality and health simply because of unrealized truth.
Each thought cuts subtle grooves in the brain cells and strengthens the tendencies toward sickness or well-being. The subconscious idea-habit of disease or health exerts a strong influence. Stubborn mental or physical diseases always have a deep root in the subconsciousness. Illness may be cured by pulling out its hidden roots.
Strong affirmations reach not only the subconscious but also the superconscious mind —the storehouse of miracles. Affirmations or statements of truth should be practiced with attention and will power. One’s focus should be brought back again and again repeating deeply and continuously until they become part of one’s own convictions.
Knowing others is intelligence; knowing yourself is true wisdom. Mastering others is strength;
mastering yourself is true power. If you realize that you have enough, you are truly rich.” Lao Tzu, Tao Te Ching