Is the world feeling grey?
Does everything around you seem dull and lifeless?
Do you feel empty inside?
Maybe you believe that life is meant to be boring.
Maybe you think this is just the way it is and you can’t do anything about it.
Depression and anxiety may seem ‘normal’ to you.
You may assume that you are stuck and there is nothing you can do.
“Every Cause has its effect and every effect has its cause”
It is a universal law that every effect that happens is a result of some sort of cause.
Nothing happens by chance or by accident.
Coincidences do not exist.
Every effect has a cause. DO NOT FORGET THIS:
If you eat excess sugar today, you will have diabetes tomorrow. Sugar is the cause. Diabetes is the effect.
If you lift weights consistently, you will build muscle. Lifting weights is the cause. Muscle is the effect.
If you drink coffee in the evening, you will experience insomnia at night. Coffee is the cause. Insomnia is the effect.
The reason you are the way you are today is because of what you did yesterday.
Whether you are happy or sad, fat or slim, positive or negative, rich or poor, is a result of your past decisions.
The decisions you make today will determine your future.
Certain habits such as smoking, taking drugs, eating sugary foods, wasting your life playing video games, and choosing the wrong career will result in ‘negative’ consequences.
Whereas habits such as eating the natural diet, exercising, getting proper sleep, working on your business, learning skills and networking with the right people will lead to ‘positive’ outcomes.
However, it is up to you to determine what ‘positive’ and ‘negative’ are. Maybe you believe that being a fat, drug-addicted video gamer who lives in his parent’s basement at 40 years old is a good way to live. Although, the consequences of those actions will lead to depression, sickness and lack of friends.
Or maybe you choose to be strong, healthy, vibrant, rich with good relationships with family and friends.
Remember, every cause has its effect.
If you wish to live in a state of bliss, you must make the decisions that lead you there.
Taking drugs, drinking alcohol, eating junk food, playing video games, watching endless television and wasting your life on the internet will give you short term pleasure.
But, when the pleasure fades, you are left with depression, frustration and emptiness.
In order to find bliss, you must eliminate all vices that do not serve you.
As the external noise (of the television, video games, drugs, sugar) tunes down, your inner voice will tune-up.
When you remove the distractions, you will reconnect to your true self.
As you stop seeking pleasure, pleasure will find you.
A simple walk in the woods will become as joyful as Alice’s trip to wonderland.
Your mind will always be in heaven, whether you are in a cell or a palace.
“Colors blind the eye. Sounds deafen the ear. Flavors numb the taste. Thoughts weaken the mind. Desires wither the heart.” – Lao Tzu (Tao Te Ching)
All it takes is to simply turn down the noise. Get rid of the drugs, they don’t work.
Tips to experience bliss:
- Eat a lot of Meat and Animal Fat. Eliminate plant foods.
- Drink Spring Water.
- Breathe Fresh Air.
- Exercise your body- Resistance and Cardiovascular training.
- Sleep when the sun goes down and Wake as the sun comes up.
- Spend lots of time in nature (without the smartphones or music)
- Meditate and pay attention to your surroundings, take in all the detail
- Stretch your body using the Sun Salutations Stretching Routine.
- Fasting- No food for 48 hours. Only drink water.
- Spend time with family and friends.
- Avoid Drugs, Alcohol, Sugar, Pornography, Television, Video Games, Smartphones. (Watching movies and playing games here and there is fine, just not habitually).
It is so simple. Bliss is the natural state of all healthy animals. It is a matter of elimination, not addition.
When your body isn’t bogged down with rich and heavy foods; and when your mind is clear from all media and intoxicants, you can see clearly and think accurately. Your body and mind finally will heal. Just stop getting in the way.