Living Unconsciously is the root cause of all suffering and chaos in the world
There are tons of crisis in the world: job crisis, homelessness crisis, economic crisis, global warming, girls and woman trafficking, drugs and health crisis, war and pandemics crisis, crimes, suicides, ugly competitions and unethical businesses.
For every chaos, there is one and only reason: unconsciousness.
Richness, success, and abundance are subjective.
It will change based on the person’s perceptions and desires.
It’s a great metaphor that Buddha and Jesus lived extremely simple lives, focusing on wisdom as the way they spent their time and spreading wisdom as their wealth and abundance. But for someone else, trading and giving jobs to others is richness.
There is no comparison, and everyone has no need to live like someone else.
When it comes to you, what are your riches and abundance??
Always a comparison comes up when you want to know where you are.
You compare your bank balance with others
You compare your relationship standard with others
You compare your family pride with others.
If you don’t compare you don’t know where you are.
But one thing you must understand when you are comparing yourself with others, you are giving your energy to them.
Always remember Richness and abundance are subjective.
Never compare, once you compare you will lose in the rat race and you will never know what you need and how much you need to feel abundant.
When you are comparing yourself, you are always surviving.
When you are resourceful with what you have around including your body and mind, that will become abundant.
Resourcefulness is abundance, and accumulation is survival.
Imagine you have 10 properties and get rent from your houses. That rental money is more than enough for you to live an abundant life, but if you are still in the rat race and unsatisfied with what you have or you can’t sleep well, or do not have nourishment in family relationships – that means you are living a poor life.
Imagine you live in a small rental room but you are resourceful with your time and enjoy everything you do, which may reflect your abundance.
Whether you have so much accumulation or less, doesn’t determine your abundance.
Your abundance lies in your satisfaction, harmony, integrity, self-sufficiency, the nature of unconditional giving, pure smile, and laughter. If you are able to live such a wise life, you are abundant.
Even if you have so much money and property that’s okay, even if you don’t have anything, that’s still okay.
Abundance is something you never feel lacking with anything.
That’s why when you feel lacking that defines the survival life,
Even if you have very little but if you don’t feel lacking, that is living minimally. Many yogis and masters prefer to live a minimalist lifestyle because that saves their time, so they can focus on higher things. But it doesn’t mean it’s the norm if someone is a master or yogi, they must live minimally. Masters or yogis, awakened and enlightened beings, are not bound by any concepts or social norms, but some masters prefer to live in materialistic abundance.
It’s a choice, it’s up to you. You can’t impose your choices on others or you don’t need to compare the things you have with others.
Even if you live a minimalistic or materialistic life of abundance, both are the same. The only thing you need to understand is that you don’t need to survive life because life is a choice, not an obligation. When you realize this, you can shift your being to live in abundance right now, right now.