Thursday, October 22, 2009

The Principle of Emptiness

Have you got the habit of hoarding useless objects, thinking that one day, who knows when, you might need them?

Have you got the habit of accumulating money and not spending it because you think that in the future you may be in want of it?

Have you got the habit of storing clothes, shoes, furniture, utensils and home supplies that you haven't used for some time?

And inside yourself....have you got the habit to keep reproaches, resentment, sadness, fears and more?

Don't do it, you are going against your prosperity!

It is necessary to make room, to leave an empty space in order to allow new things to arrive in your life.

It is necessary that you get rid of all the useless things that are in you and in your life in order for prosperity to arrive.

The force of this emptyness is one that will absorb and attract all that you wish.

As long as you are materially or emotionally holding old and useless feelings, you won't have room for new opportunities.

Goods must circulate. Clean your drawers, the wardrobes, the workshop, the garage....give away what you don't use any longer.

The attitude of keeping a heap of useless stuff ties your life down.

Its not the objects you keep that stagnate your life but rather the attitude of keeping.

When we keep in store, we consider the possibility of wanting, of penury....

We believe that tomorrow it may lack and that we won't be able to fulfil those necessities.

With that idea you are sending two messages to your brain and to your life.....that you don't trust tomorrow!

And you think that the new and the better are not for you.

For this reason you cheer yourself up by storing old useless stuff.

Dance as though no one is watching you

Love as though you have never been hurt before

Sing as though no one can hear you

Live as though heaven is on earth

Get rid of what has lost its color and brightness

Let the new enter your home and yourself

May prosperity and peace reach you soon.


(Joseph Newton)

1 comment:

scribbler said...

great post! :)