Mr. Nan Huaijin said: “No matter what kind of disaster you encounter, you just need to be calm. And quietly-observe-it-change.”
What does this mean?
When conflicts arise at home, you must keep telling yourself: I must calm down!
When your child is sick, the more anxious you are, the more you feel s/he is seriously ill. What you need is calm and take care of your child with patience and love.
When your career is at risk, your best choice is to calm down and work hard in peace. Your chance will appear when you are all ready.
When your investment is not going well, the less you self-control and stay calm, the greater the loss.
This “observe” stands for “观’, it neither contains an eye “目”, nor a heart “心”, nor a mouth “口”. It means: close your eyes & mouth, do not judge by heart, but reflect mindfully, communicate to your inner consciousness, and regain your awareness.
No matter when, your best secret weapon is being calm: you are not leaking energy through negative emotions, but reserving it for all good out comings. Remember, life is all about energy.
At any stage of life, you can observe yourself, your family, illness, disaster, frustration, anger… and everything.
Morning, my friends.🌷🍃☕