Here are some quotes that highlight the spiritual understanding that indulging in desires only perpetuates the cycle of craving and dissatisfaction. They encourage us to seek fulfillment beyond material possessions and transient pleasures, and to discover a deeper sense of peace and contentment within ourselves. . . . 1. "Happiness is not in
“Indulging in desires creates a temporary pleasure that fades away quickly. The real joy lies in finding contentment beyond the cravings of the mind.” - Amma (Mata Amritanandamayi) Humans often have a strong desire to obtain more things in life. For example, if someone gets a car, they might start
The core reason for every attachment is to feel a connection and to feel good. We are inundated with boring spaces and phases in our day-to-day life and don't know what to do with our time. We feel a lack of stimulation. And so, we constantly want reassurance from external
We all get attached to something or someone in our lives. Being attached is human nature, but once we understand why our brain prefers attachment over detachment, we are better able to steer ourselves from the seductions of our everyday society and choose freedom over being imprisoned by our desires.
Have you ever tried opening a jar with a tight lid, and you tried and tried, and the jar just wouldn’t open? You gave all your strength, but still no success! The more force you applied, the harder you tried, and the more frustrated you became. Right? And then,
The holiday season is nothing but awesome. It’s rich with tradition, festivities and spending time with people close to us. While it’s great to celebrate the New Year’s Eve hosting or going to a grand party, watching the ceremonial Times Square Ball Drop, and doing all the
> “After the thrill of the chase, when the adrenaline of acquisition has worn off, things will almost always go back to the way they were before. The main difference is that we have fewer resources because of the time, energy, and money we spent on that new whatever.” — Colin Wright