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February 18, 2015 / deepaklodhia

You can have what you want…..

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Next time you are waiting for anything, notice what you are wanting! This will be a source of your tension or impatience. All desire has fear built in – fear of not getting or losing, even before your desire is fulfilled. If you want to be free of fear in life, which is another way of saying if you want to be free of stress, the secret is to want nothing, and then magic happens, for lo and behold, all that you need and more, arrives in your life, at the right time, in the right way.

Love

Deepak

http://www.DeepakLodhia.com

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  1. gypsyess / Feb 19 2015 2:31 am

    Reblogged this on Wonder Of My Worlds and commented:
    Beautifully written and put!

  2. aprilmangrum82 / Feb 19 2015 3:00 am

    All in perfect time! Beautifully written

  3. mindmasterjedi / Feb 19 2015 4:09 am

    It depends on the person. That is good advice and will help the people who by situational or psychological not able take the up and downs experienced by “risk takers”
    There is a wide range from (I’m one of them)
    So, I can offer a view of the thoughts from someone on the opposite end.
    First off, what you said about things naturally come into your life… also applies to me. The only difference is that I consider those to be freebies (which they are) and I go for more. I never feel that I’m waiting for something. Anything that I want or wish to achieve I always go for. I’m never fearful of failing, I never get disappointed or upset when I don’t get what I’m going for. This might be hard for others on the other side to understand but I don’t even get down when I lose something as a result of going after another thing.
    I love my lows as much as my highs! Some might ask “aren’t you ever happy with what you have”? My answer is YES, I’m always happy with what I have, but that doesn’t mean I should settle and not go for more.
    I understand this is not for everyone. They have more than enough reasons to want stability and security of a level steady constant path. (For me that life I feel more fearful) Having that baseline or guidance level restraint.
    Anyway, just wanted to offer thoughts and perceptions from someone on the other side

  4. Catherine Hamrick / Feb 19 2015 2:45 pm

    Reblogged this on Random Storyteller and commented:
    “The Tree of Contemplative Practices” by Deepak Lodhia. An image that packs a profound message. “The secret is to want nothing.” But witness the return.

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