20 Lessons From 2 of My Favourite Self-Help Books!

“First Self-Help Book: Celebrating Silence”

  1. Remembering that you will die makes you alive.
  2. A total acceptance of pleasant or unpleasant situations brings you at peace.
  3. Do not repeat something bad that someone tells you about someone else.
  4. Krishna tells Arjuna to fight but to be at peace at the same time.
  5. Love brings relaxation; love is effortless; love brings sacrifice; love liberates and sets you free.
  6. Your attraction or craving can exist only as long as you think someone is “other”. When you realise everyone is part of your self, you enjoy the whole world without a sense of craving.
  7. You cannot avoid politics, but you choose whether to harbour the politics in your mind or let them go. There was politics among Buddha and followers. Krishna was also immersed in politics.
  8. Politics amplify the diversity in people. It confronts you with different viewpoints, approaches and tendencies. It enhances your ability to communicate and act.
  9. Politics brings centeredness and dispassion. It enhances your capacity to accept and tolerate.
  10. Simply recognize all the virtues you appreciate in others and realize that those virtues are present in you in seed form. You only have to nurture them.
  11. Accepting praise without shyness is also a skill.
  12. Is your life useful to you and the world around you?
  13. There is no problem that cannot be solved. When you have a problem that you think cannot be solved, you have to accept it. Then it is no longer a problem but a fact.

“Second Self-Help Book: You Can Heal Your Life”

  1. Every experience is a success.
  2. There is always something to learn.
  3. Allow yourself to have pleasure with money.
  4. I am an unlimited being accepting from an unlimited source in an unlimited way.
  5. Being overprotective doesn’t prepare the other person to handle his or her own experience.
  6. Things come and things go. I believe that when something goes, it is only to make room for something new.
  7. No person, place or thing has any power over me, for I am the only thinker in my mind.
  1. I release all my limiting beliefs.
  2. I deserve the best from the universe.
  3. The Point of Power Is Always in this Moment.
  4. I am in the right place, at the right time, doing the right thing.
  5. In the infinity of life where I am, all is perfect, whole and complete.

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