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Friday, July 11, 2014

Anchoring in Silence is a matter of Practice

Silence leads you to peace. Once you touch peace, you will be transformed.

This is the same peace that you seek but you don't get to it because you are on the wrong road. The road that you often take has the following milestones: Better job, better pay; work harder so you can retain this job better or get a better job, so that there can be better pay, and then you work harder and harder hoping things will get better and better. Nothing wrong with this road. Except that you will spend an awful amount of time just hoping things will get better and that one fine day you will find peace. On the other hand, when you practice silence, you WILL find peace. Peace WILL lead you to the right priorities and those WILL lead you to success, happiness and more peace. Silence heals you. It uses peace as a mold to make you who you are totally capable of.

Just like you learnt your two tables as a child, just like you learnt to ride a bicycle, just like you learnt to use a fork and knife, you can learn to be silent. Anchoring in silence is not a matter of Faith, it is about Practice.

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