Thank You very much for creating us. We are truly Your Masterpieces. We are endlessly grateful to live. To live means to realize The Masterpieceness I am gifted from my birth. It is a long wonderful and miraculous lifelong way. And I love My beautiful unique way. To complete this way in full and happy way I have to train my will. Will is a skill. Will is important because it supports discipline.
I like Brian Johnston’s word “Blissipline”. Oh, sorry , the word is from here: “The transition from the egoic self to the Authentic Self requires discipline… The good news is that discipline eventually becomes what I call a “blissipline” because it leads to playing our part with integrity, dignity, elegance, passion, and deep contentment.” ~ Michael Bernard Beckwith from Spiritual Liberation.
As Beckwith says: “We’ve all experienced how discipline sometimes causes an automatic rebellion or resistance within us. We don’t like the energy around the word discipline, perhaps because of the place it has occupied in our upbringing, education or religion. However, a healthy view of discipline keeps us on track in areas of our life where we’ve determined to make a change. Discipline is a practice of self-love, self-respect, and surrender that results in freedom.” I looooove it!
I love to quote Lao-tzu’s wisdom on discipline, Brian Johnston says. If the ultimate “go with the flow” guru has this to say about it, I take it pretty seriously: “Don’t think you can attain total awareness and whole enlightenment without proper discipline and practice. This is egomania. Appropriate rituals channel your emotions and life energy toward the light. Without the discipline to practice them, you will tumble constantly backward into darkness.” Every words in the quote are pearls of wisdom.
“One more brilliant thought from Beckwith to drive this Idea home (it’s BIG!!): “The gift of self-discipline is that it has the power to take you beyond the reasoning of temporary emotion to freedom. Think of how empowered you’ve felt on occasions when you haven’t given in to the “I don’t feel like it” syndrome and honored your commitment to yourself. What does not feeling like it have to do with it? The combination of love for something with the willingness to do what it takes to practice it—discipline—results in freedom.” by Brian Johnston.
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