Many people choose vigorous activities instead of meditation because they have agitated minds. But both of these are perfectly compatible. And for many, they are both necessary.
Gautama’s Buddha worked ceaselessly for the good of mankind, and was renowned for his ten great virtues: “Itipi So Bhagava Araham Sammasambuddho Vijja-Carana Sampanno Sugato Lokovidu AnuttaroPurisa Damma-Sarathi Sattha Deva-Manussanam Buddho Bhagavathi”
Sleeping directions can change the way we sleep and the way we live. They have a profound effect on our energy levels, focus and performance amongst other important factors relating to both mind and body.
There are many benefits to bonding with your colleagues. Not only can becoming friends with your coworkers help you progress in your career, but it will also create a positive work environment.
“Avoid fraternising with people who don’t share your values. Prolonged association with those with false ideas can only tarnish your thinking.” - Epictetus - The great Stoic philosopher
The greatest way to express spiritual energy is in the form of creativity. If we are able to use our creative energy with absolute awareness, it can be a stepping stone by which we can pave the way towards spirituality.
Understanding how to discern between instinct and intuition is a necessary step for higher living. Only when we understand the difference between them, can we become fearless; and only when we’re fearless can we really live a joyful life.