Now a days I’m reading a novel ‘The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari’. It says everything happens twice. Once in our minds when we think of performing a certain action and once we perform that in the real world. According to the book it is called ‘blueprinting’. So if we only think of good things we will be able to reduce all the pains and sorrows that we go through
I read the book the monk who sold his ferrari,by robin sharma,a few years ago that I really enjoyed…it is a book about self development.Thank you for taking the time to read my post and for taking the time to analyze it and then for taking the time to share with us your thoughts. I’m truly grateful….Be happy❤🙂
Thanks for bringing Gibran into your domain dear Semra. I read the prophet in the early 1980s and khalil’s philosophy has guided my thinking. Painful situation in life, like seasons of the heart, is the same as gloomy winter preceding joyful spring, and like the physician’s bitter medicine, it serves the therapeutic purpose of eliminating sickness and restoring humans to vigour and cheer…best wishes… Raj.
J’ai entendu ça quelque part que nous sommes les créateurs de tout ce qui arrive dans notre vie. Tout démarre dans la conscience. C’est en changeant l’intérieur que l’on peut modifier l’extérieur.
Avec mes amitiés, chère Semra❤