The Possible Goals

I am sharing words that are not my own.

These words helped me

get back on the horse 

in this Year Of The Horse

May they help you 

if you need help.

“Usually we all set impossible goals and try to achieve them. 

Then when we fail we decide it really is impossible.

And once we confirm it is impossible,

we stop putting forth even the little effort

that we were putting into it.

After that all we do is blame the world,

blame God and everyone.

Our whole life ends in blaming others. 

So first fix a practical goal.

Realize what is possible

When you know something is possible, start 

working toward it.

Even small victories that you achieve can bring great encouragement.

This will give you tremendous courage and confidence.

You will then start moving steadily toward deeper Truths.

You will start to achieve and live what I call, “Living Enlightenment.”

—Swami Nithyananda 

(Living Enlightenment) 

Nithyananda

I AM CROTO-MEAT!

I AM CROTOMEAT

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An acronym

Mnemonic

connecting

Mind

to

Mantra

For

Well Being

&

Well Doing.

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I am CROTOMEAT

is 

an otherworldly acronym for:

I Am

Calm

Relaxed

On

Top

Of

My

Emotions

And

Thoughts

Breathing this mantra

throughout the day

makes that happen.

The strange name

makes it memorable.

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U.D.I.B.A. 

is a ch’i healing practice,

much like

qi gong,

reiki,

acupuncture

meditation,

or yoga,

but it is practiced

on one’s self in stillness.

Udiba is:

Unrushed

Deliberate

Inner 

Body 

Awareness. 

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In a state of frenzy

In a state of rushing,

we lose strength and become divided within,

and divided we fall.

The mind wants to race ahead of the body.

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We also become divided

and weaken ourselves

when we are in a state of uncertainty.

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U.D.I.B.A.

reverses this

&

makes the body,

mind

and Spirit

One.

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This State of Presence

Instantly

Creates

A

Healing

Vibration

In

The

Body.

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Breathe in deeply:

Unrushed Deliberate Inner Body Awareness.

As you do it

make the breath

Unrushed and Deliberate.

When the Breath has slowly filled the body entirely

Breathe out

as if in a slow sigh

through the nose

silently chanting again:

Unrushed Deliberate Inner Body Awareness

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As this Unrushed Deliberate Breathing Continues

and Relaxation deepens

Begin to Sense the Inner Body

the energy/innergy

inside your body

inside your bones

Ch’i

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Start with the hands or feet

Feel if you can sense them

Then try to sense the energy inside of them

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If it doesn’t happen right away,

give it time.

It is a practice,

and inner body awareness develops

through the practice.

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When Whole Inner Body Awareness is Achieved

You can Breathe in,

And feel the energy

come in through the soles of your feet

Rising up through your body

To the top of your head

And Return.

It brings a sense of joy

and well being.

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If you have an issue

with a certain part of the body

you can focus the ch’i

by sensing the inner body energy

in that part of the body

that wants healing.

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In time,

even in active living,

awareness of the inner body

becomes more of a constant

with the practice of UDIBA.

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Unrushed and Deliberate living

gives  a strength.

Health of Body and Mind is Improved.

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Croto-Meat and Udiba

are traveling companions

that are changing my life

for the better.

They are not new concepts

just  a new way

to remember an ancient wisdom.

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