Thursday, July 30, 2009

Make Yourself Stress Proof

THE world is made up of two categories of people: those who are stressed and those who are not. Stressful people are those who desire to control life. They like to mould life in the way they wish it to be. They are focused only on themselves. Those who have no stress are those who accept what life offers them without complaints. Their focus is about what they can do for others.
We are merely a bio-machine as long as we believe we are mind and body. The purpose of human life is to transcend the mind and ascend to a higher state of consciousness. In that state we are truly in the divinity that we descended from. Until we reach that state of unity with what we truly are, we are in turmoil. Stress or tension can be identified as this turmoil, this confusion between our true nature and what we pretend, struggle and strive to become.
The reasons for stress in one person does not necessarily cause stress in another. Someone said that the reverse of stressed reads as desserts! Nowadays, talking about stress and offering solutions that work temporarily at best is a huge business.
Rather than fixing what is wrong within, people try fighting or dissolving stress by manipulating the field of outside circumstances. How long can you run? From what will you run away?
Stress becomes an inevitable part of life because we feel it is connected to the fast world outside of us. We feel there can be no life without what we term stress. The truth is, stress is just our own mind-body’s response to what happens outside of us. It is not the disturbance outside that creates trouble, tension and stress. It is the disturbance inside that does it.
Stress can be avoided by changing yourself. You can make yourself stress-proof. This is very simple. Choose not to be affected by what happens outside you. This is not impractical. It is your conditioning that influences you to get affected by what happens to you through events that are beyond your control. Nothing is inherently good or bad except what we judge them to be.
Drop your judgment about yourself, about the people around you and about the situations. You will get freedom from stress. You experience stress when you flow against the current, not when you flow with it. You lose yourself when you flow with the current. It helps you reach the restful mind state from which you can witness events around you without being touched by them. You really have nothing to lose by trying, except your stress! Be Blissful!


Trust me on August 6, 2009 at 11:30 AM said...

Good article. I completely agree.

VetTech on August 8, 2009 at 12:33 PM said...

Interesting. Applying it might be difficult...

BethGray on August 10, 2009 at 8:21 AM said...

Very interesting. Yes, the stress can be great at times, but controlling it is possible.
Beth Gray

zzeed on August 30, 2009 at 5:28 AM said...

hey. that's a good one. i need to manage stress better.

Erik on August 30, 2009 at 9:56 AM said...

As a massage therapist, I totally agree with you. Stress can be reduced/averted by changing who you are, how you interact with the world, your job, your relationships, your boundaries and your expectations. Everyone has a path to less stress and better health, each just needs to find it.

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