It’s never a guarantee that things will work out exactly as we planned them to. Life happens. We may change as people. That’s why it’s important we pivot when it’s required. Certain things may be essential in one phase of our life but not in another. Hence, it’s extremely useful to constantly question ourselves about what is truly essential and narrow our focus to those things. If some object or task loses its importance and becomes non-essential, we can let go of it, and if something ends up gaining importance, we can categorize it as essential and allot more time and attention to it. In the end, it’s all about flexibility and adaptability, and knowing and executing what’s important in the current phase of our life.
According to the yogic philosophy, the entire creation is made up of five elements. And each of these five elements has three primary qualities (gunas). These are: * Sattva (clarity, harmony, righteous action), * Rajas (passion, activity, restlessness), and * Tamas (negativity, laziness, darkness). Everything in this creation, including us humans, is governed
A few years back, my mentor Darren Hardy shared a life-changing insight that made an incredible impact on how I plan and prioritize things and manage my time, energy, and attention. He advised making a subtle but powerful shift before proceeding with any kind of goal-setting. Darren said, before you
> “Life without balance can cost you your relationships. Life without balance can cost you your health. Life without balance can cost you your spirituality. Life without balance can cost you your wealth and your happiness. So find things to motivate you from all areas of life. Your success depends on