Do you want to have it all? Start with all of you.
Picasso once famously said:
“Good artists borrow, great artists steal”.
I am proud to say that most of what I know and believe in today, about being happy and fulfilling your dreams, I have stolen from some of the greatest minds of our time. The SUHA Method is an overlap of core ideas, found in the top 50 bestselling books about success and happiness. It is the result of thorough research and exploration, rather than a creative process, and I am confident it can serve as a guideline for those eager to discover and manifest their true selves.
The conventional model to having great success is setting and relentlessly pursuing big, hairy, audacious goals (BHAGs). However, true fulfillment has a more subtle, surprising, even chaotic way of insinuating itself into our lives. Most Nobel Prize winners have stumbled upon greatness while exploring personal interests and hobbies. Make a purpose out of following your own curiosity and failure will no longer be an option.
Self-worth is an adjective-free universe. An inner space that dissolves all degrees of comparison until what’s left is a pure state of being. A deep knowing that you are not better than anyone else and no one is better than you. Shedding all standards and measures might feel empty or confusing at first, but it is ultimately liberating, empowering.
Our thoughts and feelings are often like that big, orange bird in Avatar. We are too scared to bond with it, until we are forced by something even more frightening. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Befriending our inner “creatures” is an amazing process and the foundation for all other relationships.
Become the Toruk Makto of your own life and everything else will naturally fall into place.
Denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance…the five stages of waking up on a Monday morning. But it’s really that last one that’s getting you out of bed. Imagine what it would be like to skip the first four every time. As weird as it might sound, acceptance is actually the first step towards change – and change is constant. Not letting it be is chaining your success and your happiness from flowing. Trust that maybe the right way isn’t always the most predictable one.
They say drunken people, children and yoga pants always tell the truth. Do the same, do it often and never lie to yourself. There’s nothing more to it.
We are so good at dodging responsibility, we make Keanu Reeves look like an amateur in that bullet scene in The Matrix. The truth is there is no good or bad. Just consequences. Once we accept that, we also gain the power to turn the situation around and generate new, more pleasant consequences. Acknowledge the fact that you and you alone are the creator of your reality and you will never feel hopeless a day in your life.
Faith is about believing in something greater, outside of ourselves. Whether we call it God, Allah, Buddha, Creator of All that Is, The Universe, that deep-seated trust, a sense of unity with an omnipotent being, can feel more empowering than anything else.
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