How people treat you is their karma; how you react is yours.Wayne Dyer
Loving people live in a loving world. Hostile people live in a hostile world. Same world.Wayne Dyer
A Father’s Guide to Wisdom
If I can leave one gift to my children, it will be the gift of knowing that the world created is based solely upon the perception of their inner dreaming state.
Sigmund Freud once called dreams the royal road to the unconscious. Carl Jung expanded upon this from a more spiritual perspective, linking the act of dreaming to the inner workings of the soul. In today’s quotes, from American Psychologist and self-help author Wayne Dyer, we are reminded that the way we see world dictates the world that is perceived.
So what does Karma have to do with our capacity to dream life forward? Isn’t Karma the cosmic piggy bank that keeps tally on our good and not so good deeds? In short, yes. But from a quantum level, the external acts created within one’s life all start from the emotional states held within.
The law of attraction in action dictates that we attract what is worthy of our inner state. Have you ever awakened and stubbed your toe? Did the day spiral from there? Ever wake up tired? Assumed mope? How did your day go from there?
The challenge is to dictate the karmic return on investment that we seek. Hatred has never solved hatred. As Gandhi once said, “An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind.” So, what action of intent can we undertake today to solve the puzzles of the world? Show loving-kindness in the face of adversity. Send love to a politician or a group you may not usually support. Not as a means to change your beliefs, but to support the notion that wherever there are divisions, bridges can unite both sides.
Namaste. With prayers and blessings, my friends, I hope you find safe travels in your journey to believe, achieve, and advance confidently in the direction of your dreams.
4 responses to “Karma… Perceptions of Inner Peace”
The best karma we can give to ourselves is self-education and involvement, the others? We should leave them alone, facing the consequences of their actions. It might take some time, and we might never hear about or see it, but at least we did what we did with peace of mind, and we are moving on to a better place.
From a place of inner peace, calm, and tranquility, we find the necessary grounding needed to love the foundation we created, so that we may give that love to others. I will check out the video in a few, but thank you for the wonderful comment.
Let Go and Let God. Thank You For Sharing!
You are more than welcome, Thomas 🙂