Our True Home
Mindfulness is our home, our birthright
From where we can navigate our life with dignity and freedom.
Since our experience of both happiness and suffering depends upon the mind, wouldn't it make sense to get to know intimately how the mind works?
Act Clearly Knowing...
Is it Necessary, Beneficial?
Is it True, Honest?
Is it Kind, Respectful?
Is it Skillful, Timely?
We could keep "Clearly Knowing" in our mind as a mantra to act mindfully. There is no other better mantra than this, because mindfulness is the only real power that we have — from where we can act and learn skillfully. Otherwise we act, react and speak habitually — in an auto-pilot mode. That is a slavery life. It is the root cause of our unskillful actions and sufferings.
To act Clearly Knowing, it takes clarity and wisdom.
Why are we struggling with life?
Why are we fighting against realities?
Why are we so stressful and tight?
Why are we so serious and dull?
How much of our life, we spend in the past or the future — worrying, fantasizing or dwelling in our own mental stories? As studies show that this only leads to unhappiness and depression.
Cultivating mindfulness brings clarity and wisdom in our being. Mindfulness is a compassionate awareness, and when we love life with clarity, our actions naturally align towards our well-being and happiness.