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How To Find The One

Look for the person that makes you want to be nothing else but yourself.

Look for the person that makes you want to share with them not only all the wonderful things, memories and feelings in your life but also all of your quirks, troubles, worries, bad feelings and memories.

Look for the person that makes you feel like you don’t need to move an inch and they will love you all the same.

Look for the person that makes you feel like you can move a thousand miles and they would love you even more each passing day.

Look for the person that you would love even if they stayed the same and never achieved anything more.

Look for the person that you would love even if they changed their mind about what their purpose was a thousand times.

Look for the person that makes you feel like home.

Look for the person that makes you feel like you somehow suddenly understand. You just know that everything is alright and it can’t be any other way because when you truly know there’s no doubt.

You may look for them a long time or maybe you’ve already given up or sometimes you just make a wish, wait quietly and they come to you.

However it happens, the only way to find them is to start looking for yourself. Who you want to be, what you really like, what story you’d like to tell, what you want to create, to give, to feel, to get, what and who you love.

That is learning to love. And by this learning you’re looking for them. And you find them.

The One

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The Versatile Blogger Award

 

I would like to thank John at DOUG DOES LIFE for nominating my blog! Make sure to visit his blog, if you haven’t already. I really love his FIND YOUR PATH IN LIFE SERIES with fun exercises.

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The Versatile Blogger Award focuses on the quality, the uniqueness, the level of love.

These are the rules according to the Versatile Blogger Award blog:

  • Thank the person who gave you this award.
  • Include a link to their blog.
  • Next, select 15 blogs/bloggers that you’ve recently discovered or follow regularly.
  • Nominate those 15 bloggers for the Versatile Blogger Award
  • Finally, tell the person who nominated you 7 things about yourself.

 

My nominations
(in no particular order)

  1. Writings of a Mrs – Her poems are lovely and deep. She speaks from experience conveying it in a fresh way. She also features other poets.
  2. WordsFallFromMyEyes – Amazing writing, amazing story. Noeleen speaks directly from her heart, about her life, exactly how it happened.
  3. Project Light to Life – Christine shares her bucket list, her goals, adventures, acts of kindness, she does interviews and much more..
  4. papermashed – Great writer with deep powerful poems.
  5. THE ROOT OF THE ROOT – Valerie’s blog includes helpful articles and videos about various spiritual topics and also her poems.
  6. The Flexi Foodie – Julie Montagu’s blog about healthy plant-based diet, great recipes and helpful advice.
  7. The organic artist’s Blog – I love organic intuitive abstract art. And here you can find some.
  8. THE TRUTH YOU ALWAYS KNEW – Spiritual blog with amazing thoughts and questions about reality, dreams, universe..
  9. TOEMAIL – Great and very fun blog with the goal to promote good causes blogs.
  10. ART BY KEN – Simply amazing abstract organic art with the great use of colours.
  11. soulpatterns – I recently discovered this great blog of a visual artist, interesting art and photography.

I decided to post this with only 11 nominations (the number has much more magic in it and it goes great with number 7 😀 ), so I’m not following the rules for now, maybe I’ll add more later. 🙂

 

7 things about myself:

  1. I’m a procrastinator. (That’s the reason why it took me so long to write this post)
  2. I have difficulty believing in my abilities. (I have too many interests to be great in something)
  3. I love English. It’s my favourite language. (I’m Slovak)
  4. I get easily excited by little things like unpacking groceries, or finding matching colours..
  5. I’m fascinated by astral travelling, lucid dreaming, angels and spirit guides.
  6. Three months ago I decided to drop out of university (I studied architecture for 3 years) and It’s been the best decision I ever made. I love the freedom so much.
  7. I love vegan cooking. I like finding substitutes and creating delicious food that is healthy at the same time.
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Negative Thoughts = Dangerous?

I realised many of us are afraid of our own thoughts. But that’s resistance and what we resist, persists, right? So it’s OK to think even negative thoughts. The important part is do we think they are true or not.

It’s OK to dream and visualise. Mentally we can allow ourselves to “do” whatever we want at the moment. There’s nothing to be afraid of, nothing to feel guilty for.
We can think about what we want right now, what we wish, what we would like to do. Then we need to ask ourselves: “Is it really what I want? What is my intuition telling me? What would someone who love themselves do?” Then we can act. =)

There’s no need to worry when we act according to our feelings. Good feeling = intuition. That’s our compass.

So first if I want to do something, I can do it mentally and then ask myself, how do I feel about that.

+ We don’t need to worry about making mistakes. Because there is no such thing. ❤

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How to Not Feel Crappy about Studying at School or about Your Current Job

The easy and obvious answer would be to just change it, start doing something else. Something that you want. But what if you think you can’t do it or you don’t know what it is?

#1   what do I want?

I’m sure there are many people like me, who have not yet discovered what they truly want in life. We don’t know yet what is our biggest passion, what is our “purpose”. That’s why we often feel trapped, doing things we don’t like. Doing things we “should“ do, that we think we‘re supposed to do instead of focusing most of our attention to what pleases our soul. That’s why lot of times we feel confused, hopeless or angry.

#2   shifting focus

These negative feelings are completely understandable. And it’s OK to feel this way because the feelings are telling us something. Continue reading

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Seagull


This morning I went running with my friend. We picked a route by the river. As we were about half way one way I saw a gull standing on a wall. I smiled and continued running. When we were running the other way I saw it again. This time the seagull was flying. That’s when I remembered the book I’ve read not so long ago.

It’s called Jonathan Livingston Seagull and is written by Richard Bach. It’s about a seagull who as only one of his flock realises the higher purpose of life. Continue reading

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