Have a Magnificent Day!

Have a Magnificent Day!


Live A Conscious & Enlightened Life

posted by The MEGA Coach

He is the cleverest, who finds God,
He is the cleverest,
who gives the time to find God,
He is the cleverest, who finds
that supreme happiness within,
You can stand unshaken amidst the crash of breaking worlds,

He’s whose peace, the riches of peace, cannot be taken away
by all the robb
ers of circumstances and trial.’

                                      Paramahansa Yogananda

 

I stopped reading the newspapers or watching the news almost thirty years ago because it is the same old negative drama that repeats day after day for sensationalism by the news companies and tv, radio, etc.  I focus on what is positive in life.  Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have a news program that only reports all of the positive and amazing good things that are happening?  I still find out about important current events and spare myself so my negativity.  I stopped watching most television and movies that are full of violence, evil and abusiveness.  Why keep acknowledging this negative information so that our subconscious keeps repeating it? 

What happens when you feed your mind, body and spirit with healthy and uplifting energy and nourishment?  What happens when you eat mostly organic fruits, vegetables and juices and cut back on sugar, processed foods and heavy meats?  Do you know what Buddha, Mahatma Gandhi, Paramahansa Yogananda, Saint Francis of Assisi, Socrates, Aristotle, Plato, Pythagoras, Leonardo Da Vinci, Sir Issac Newton, Voltaire, Henry David Thoreau, George Bernard Shaw, Emerson, Benjamin Franklin, Charles Darwin, Thomas Edison, Mark Twain, Dr. Albert Schweitzer, Henry Ford, Paul McCartney and George Harrison have in common?
They are all vegetarians.

What happens when you properly exercise the body consistently?  What happens when you meditate and spend time in nature?  What happens when you live and work in a healthy and balanced environment?  What happens when you surround yourself with wonderful, caring and conscious people? 

Life and success leave clues and it is time to wake up and live a conscious and enlightened life.

Be a smile millionaire!

:) Lee

 

 



  • Cheyennefaber

    Pual Wrote that we should find great joy in all sorts of trials …. he did not advise us to surround ourselves withnegative things ,but possitive. Paul shares with us descriptions of negative actions known as “sin”, and the he shares with us “the fruits of the spirit” which are all possitive…… Funny how we have the book on how to live joyfully and yet choose to not follow it…. I guarantee ya ,that if you are living under the covering, of possitive influence, and output, it IS easier to find Joy in All you do,alot less trials would make anybody smile!!!!!

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