You must realize that true happiness, joy, and bliss come from within.
If you seek these feelings from the outside world, they will inevitably be fleeting and you will be left wanting.
It is important to cultivate peace, harmony, and tranquility within yourself, rather than seeking it from external sources. The things that are left over and not under your control are the very things that bring you distress.
People will come and go in your life, sometimes taking what they need and leaving you behind, either intentionally or due to circumstances beyond your control. The fact remains that everything from the outside world is temporary and nothing is truly within your control.
To rise above these limitations, it is crucial to understand the fundamental truth that when you are embedded with truth, you can elevate your awareness beyond your memories, desires, wants, and lacks. This is the key to cultivating happiness from within.
The path to inner bliss:
To cultivate happiness within, make sure to value yourself as you are and practice self-love.
The Sanskrit mantra “Om Puurnnam-Adah Puurnnam-Idam Puurnnaat-Puurnnam-Udacyate”
is a powerful chant that signifies the ultimate truth of existence and the infinite nature of all things. This mantra reminds us that there is no need to seek completion or perfection in the external world, as everything already exists in a state of completion and perfection.
If you approach life from a place of lack, you will continue to experience a sense of lack, even as you make progress. However, if you approach life from a place of already being complete, you will naturally grow and evolve into higher levels of consciousness and understanding.
The Science of Completeness: Understanding the Neurochemistry of Satisfaction:
Neuroscience supports the idea that happiness, joy, and bliss can be cultivated from within and that this inner sense of well-being is more lasting and stable than external sources of happiness.
Research has shown that our thoughts and emotions can activate different regions of the brain and that practicing positive emotions, such as gratitude and compassion, can lead to changes in brain structure and function.
For example, studies using brain imaging techniques such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) have shown that people who regularly practice mindfulness and other forms of meditation have increased activity in the prefrontal cortex, which is associated with higher-level thinking and emotional regulation, and decreased activity in the amygdala, which is associated with stress and anxiety.
Additionally, research has found that engaging in acts of kindness and compassion can activate the release of oxytocin. This hormone is associated with feelings of trust, happiness, and bonding, and can increase activity in the ventral striatum. This brain region is involved in the experience of pleasure and reward.
In summary, neuroscience provides evidence that cultivating positive emotions, mindfulness, and compassion from within can lead to lasting changes in brain function and structure and increase feelings of happiness and well-being.
This bellow story reflects the message:
There was once a man named Raj who was constantly searching for happiness outside of himself. He chased after wealth, success, and external validation, thinking that these things would bring him the joy and contentment he sought. But no matter what he acquired, he always felt unfulfilled and empty.
One day, he met the wise man who taught him the wisdom of cultivating happiness from within. The sage explained to Raj that everything in the external world was fleeting and temporary, and that true joy and peace could only be found within.
Raj was initially skeptical, but he decided to try it. He began by embracing himself as he was, without seeking completion or perfection in the external world. He also started to meditate on the Sanskrit mantra, “Om Puurnnam-Adah Puurnnam-Idam Puurnnaat-Puurnnam-Udacyate,” which reminded him of the infinite nature of existence and that everything was already complete.
As he continued on this path, he noticed a profound change within himself. He no longer chased after external validation or material possessions, and instead found contentment and happiness within himself. He realized that having less was indeed more and that the key to inner bliss was simply to embrace himself as he was, without seeking anything from the outside world.
From that day forward, Raj lived a life of peace, harmony, and tranquility, never searching for happiness outside of himself again.
About Master Oneness
Master Oneness is an enlightened Artist and Visionary of Oneness consciousness, who is spreading his light and wisdom to bring awakening energy to every artist’s life.
He teaches self-realization through Transforming Art, the unique technique that combines Art and meditation.
His 16-year experience in meditation enlightened him to the essence of art, which was the beginning of the Diviners organization.
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