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- Unnecessary Suffering
- Reflection on Stress
- Two Sides of the Golden Rule
- When kindness is Very Unkind
- Pain a Cure to be Present
- Questioning Our Assumptions
- Find Your Voice, Save Your Life, Volume 4: Transcendent Men, Real Stories
- Unexpected Events
- Distraction: A Double Edged Sword
- Truth of What We say and Think Maters
- Wardrobe Change
- Motivations Matters
- What Do You Need?
- World Events
- Partners in the Tango of Life
- What is Your Focus on?
- What Does it Mean to Do Your Best?
- Feeling of Death and Re-birth
- Freedom and Safety
- What are you focusing on?
- Two Mantras
- Welcome Home!
- Your Life is Precious
- How To Unstuck Yourself?
- Why Me?
- What If
- The Roles We Play
- Reflecting On Valentine’s Day
- Junk Food of Soul
- As IF
- Two Weeks
- Our Relationships
- Forgiveness: An Act of Self-love
- Survival Mode
- Do You Love Yourself?
- Be True to Yourself
- Preserving Your High Vibration
- Love and Respect
- Change and Chaos
- Love and Action
- Tribute To A Friend
- On Manipulation
- How to Respond
- The Invisible
- Life Purpose
- Do We Value Truth?
- Unmet Needs
- Lessons Of The Year
- Doing the Right Thing for The Wrong Reason
- Saying Yes To You!
- If You Had One Day
- On becoming Your Best Friend
- Feeling Lost
- Worst Case Scenarios
- Thief of Your Joy
- Worry, Hope and Faith
Tag Archives: Shervin Hojat
In life, sometimes suffering is inevitable. However, it is a waste of time and energy when we cause our own suffering. How do we do it? By pretending we know everything or should know everything. Unknown makes us uneasy. Therefore, … Continue reading
Stress in general is mainly due to events happening against our will or events having ambiguous/unknown outcomes or events being void of meaning to us. Our mindset is critical in dealing with stress. Life happens and we sometimes have minimal control … Continue reading
The Golden Rule says do to others what you want to be done to you. Do you follow this rule? Many spiritual people do. You may love or care for humanity. You may be a forgiving person that forgives others … Continue reading
We all are here to learn our lessons and most of the time the learning is through some kind of emotional and/or physical pain. When a toddler starts walking, he/she at first will fall down, feel scared and even may get … Continue reading
Don’t get lost in your pain, know that one day your pain will become your cure. ~ Rumi Most people do not appreciate all the blessings they have. They take their blessings for granted and they become busy wanting more and plant … Continue reading
One thing that can bring us peace of mind is dropping our worst case assumptions and guesses. Believing that our assumption is correct, while there are many possibilities, can only bring us torment. This issue can show up in our … Continue reading
I am one of the contributing authors for the upcoming book “Find Your Voice, Save Your Life, Volume 4: Transcendent Men, Real Stories”, which is tentatively scheduled to be launched on Amazon on August 2nd. The title of my chapter … Continue reading
Plan your best and let life happen in unexpected ways. Last week I took a vacation with my family. My daughter had planned everything: where to stay, what meals to eat and where to visit. Her planning made the trip … Continue reading
There are situations where distraction is a must and there are situations where focus is a must. Let us look at both situations and rational and need for both cases. In some situations distraction can be disastrous and focusing is … Continue reading
Our subconscious does not distinguish between truth and half-truths. It takes our thoughts and words literally. If we are not careful with the accuracy of our thoughts and words, we may experience a reality that is only our own creation. … Continue reading
Have you ever caught yourself saying, today is going to be a miserable day and you were correct? Have you ever predicted a great day and you were correct? We may not have control over events in our daily life; however, how … Continue reading
Our motivation in doing things provides us clues regarding our consciousness and self-awareness. To know ourselves, it is crucial to understand our own motivations in doing things – without judging or condemning ourselves. Why do I want to live? Why … Continue reading
Last week, I pondered on a serious question. Do I accept myself with all of my perceived “shortcomings”? Have I accepted my ‘shortcomings’ such as: fear, impatience, need for connection, or supper sensitivity without judging myself as defective? Is my acceptance … Continue reading
What do you need? This is one of the most intimate questions we may ask ourselves or others. It is a much different question than what are your plans for the future or questions to reflect on the past, which are mental … Continue reading
These days we may feel sad, angry, disappointed and helpless due to news of the events. We also may feel inspired by the courage, bravery, sacrifice and resiliency of people mentioned in the news. The other day, I realized my … Continue reading
We often want to eliminate the bad and the ugly. However, the experience of good and desirable things in life are mostly possible due to the existence of their opposite. The bad and ugly is like a flashlight in a … Continue reading
How we see the world, and where our focus is on, determines how we interact with the world. Our perspective determines our thoughts and actions. We can observe people and most importantly ourselves to get insights about our perspectives. Consider … Continue reading
Pack lightly! you are just a traveler Pack lightly! Do not pack anger, fear, past hurts, judgement, and restless-ness Pack what brings you joy Pack what brings you laughter Pack what brings sparkle in your eyes Pack what accompanies you … Continue reading