Thursday, January 2, 2014

The chattering mind is never quite, and through the mouth, it expresses itself.


 I Wish you and your family a happy and prosperous new year.

I want to share these beautiful pictures from Stavanger city - city in Norway with the best reputation ...)) with its 130,426 inhabitants. Stavanger is a wonderful city to live in - I also moved to Stavanger- Norway, and it has been a wonderful experience. This beautiful city and surrounding areas offers the most experiences. The scenery is beautiful and it offers everything one could wish for. So I am so happy to live here- in this beautiful city-here's everything I want ...)) and some very nice people.


Je veux partager ces belles photos de Stavanger ville - ville de Norvège avec la meilleure réputation ...)), avec ses 130 426 habitants. Stavanger est une ville merveilleuse à vivre dans - J'ai aussi déménagé à Stavanger et il a été une expérience merveilleuse. Cette belle ville et ses environs offre le plus d'expériences. Le paysage est magnifique et il offre tout ce dont on peut rêver. Donc, je suis très heureux de rester ici dans cette belle ville, voici tout ce que je veux ...)) et des gens très sympas.





Always, all people have that chance to experience and undergo a much greater life; 
it is one’s choice.
  
Abundance, peace and happiness are one’s inheritance that is only achieved when one practices centering and quieting the mind. Not simple to achieve, especially in a very noisy society, but it can be done.

The mind constantly is noisy that is invaded by thoughts. Such time, when the streams of thoughts are blocked off, a different section of the mind that which is bestowed with the capability of transforming knowledge into virtually usable concepts becomes active. The moment that busy thoughts recedes, silence then go deep into the mind. Your present thoughts, knowledge transformation into constructive ideas and intellectual thinking should all stop in order that silence can enter the mind. 

The chattering mind is never quite, and through the mouth, it expresses itself.
Meditation provides an entryway so as to calm the mind and retrieve answers beyond the problem. 
Where the body requires regular exercise to retain its strength, so does the mind needs constant practice to quiet down its unpredictable feelings and thoughts. 

Silencing the mind through meditation permits one to bond and attach with one’s central being that one might experience the fulfillment and peace within. Curiosity is what stimulates the thoughts. A need to comprehend a new event that engrosses one’s thought. Until such time that mind fully comprehends, it will not stop thinking. Each time that a new thought enters the mind, it immediately gets lively and active; as thinking is the minds chief activity. In contrast, meditation entails silencing the mind in order that one can obtain innermost and deep guidance.

In such times that the mind is restless, one can discover the mind to be persistently thinking; this is how the mind breaks away from its agitation. 
There are certain times that one’s mind is strained due to so much work and therefore searches relaxation and thinking is a means of relaxation.   
To silence the mind one needs the courage so to release and set free your past, the hurt upon which one attains a certain sense of character which traps one in his past.  

To silence the mind ...)next time.


40 comments:

Gumer Paz said...

It is difficult for a "profane" relax your mind. I take the moments before waking up, for inspiration.
I wish you and yours and great new year and that all your wishes come true.
A kiss, solcarina :)

amel bouabid said...

Being relaxed can help ease stress. It can also relieve anxiety, depression, and sleep problems. foronta

marwa sahraoui said...

Mediation helps us quiet the mind of these distracting thoughts so that we can live more in the present moment. It is here that we can explore our inner selves and bring peace. For the peace is already there once you stop disturbing it.

Marc Dubois said...

Take a deep breath. Breathing exercises are one way to relax.

Rick Hollinger said...

Relaxing can quiet your mind and make you feel peaceful and calm. Your body also reacts when you relax. For example, your muscles may be less tense and more flexible.

Sérgio Lopes said...

There are different ways to relax. You may find one or more ways help to you calm down and feel at peace.

Mario Sholli said...

Loved the article, thanks.

Alessandra Ancuta said...

the goal of calming and relaxation exercises is to help change the way you perceive a situation and react to it — to help you feel more in control, more confident or secure, and to activate healing processes within the body. Become aware of any tension, anxiety, change in breathing, or symptoms that you recognize as being caused or worsened by stress. When you take about 15 minutes daily to practice these exercises to help “quiet” your mind and help your body become more relaxed, you can then call upon this ability with a shorter relaxation exercise at a stressful time.

Jimmy Roinard said...

Meditation is simplicity itself….It's about stopping and being present, that is all

Jouja Cristian Lay Tunez said...

The static represents numerous thoughts of the day that preoccupy the mind and meditation is a tool that allows fine tuning of the dial so that the music and thoughts of the inner self can be heard more clearly.

Rodrigo Perez said...

There are many methods of meditating and the important thing is that you find the one that best fits you.

Lisa Marie Kapusta said...

Quieting the mind can make one aware of pre existing stressors or memories that may require the aid of a counselor to deal with these emotions in a constructive way.

Marika Kupcsik said...

it has been well established that long term stress has damaging effects on health and the immune system through creating an imbalance of the chemicals in the brain that control function

Kewin Bartoszek said...

Relaxation exercises such as meditation have shown beneficial effects on the severity of chronic diseases.

Tommy Phung said...

Thanks for the informatif article

Daniel Alonzo said...

Meditation does not only result in improvement and prevention of chronic disease but also can lead to deeper spiritual understanding.

Vincent Castillo said...

It is an excellent tool that may open the door to infinite possibilities of exploring the spirit.

Mouna Zaibi said...

We are looking for a better, more meaningful way of life. Quieting the mind can be the first step to help us find that inner voice that rings true in this world of cluttered thought and expectations.

Christophe Chambré said...

great, practical and playful ways for finding a doorway into a clear mind.

Annonces Gratuites said...

It’s a beautiful thing to have a full, busy life—a life that’s filled with work, family, relationships, and hobbies. But many times that fullness cantranslate to overload and you feel as though you just can’t shut off thechatter in your brain.

Rahma Jammali said...

When life comes at you fast and furious, the last thing you want to do is make things even harder on yourself....

Justin Lawton said...

With all the noise we are subjected to, quiet seems to be a rare and valuable commodity. I'd pay a princely price for some REAL peace and quiet.

Pamela said...

Good article. it help and offer some insight.

Patrick said...

Excellent insights, Solcarina!

Rodrigue said...

The nature of the mind is to think. In fact the mind is nothing more than a bundle of thoughts. The mind is in fact the thought process.

Vergne said...

we are striving for a better life, yearning for a more peaceful and joyful existence. Yet, it seems like an impossible challenge, where we end up mentally punishing ourselves for failing, concluding that “I’m just not made to live in peace.

solcarina said...


Thank you Gumer...Yes, sometimes I do the same...))

Sending love and light...)hugs.

solcarina said...


Thank you Gumer...Yes, sometimes I do the same...))

Sending love and light...)hugs.

solcarina said...



Hi Marwa...))

jaja my friend, for some it may be that simple - but it's just that- many people struggle with. They fail to experience the tranquility and peace. But there is help for most people, thankfully.

solcarina said...


Yes, and its a very effective way to relax...))

Thank`s for comment.

solcarina said...

Hi Marwa...))

jaja my friend, for some it may be that simple - but it's just that- many people struggle with. They fail to experience the tranquility and peace. But there is help for most people, thankfully.

Thanks

solcarina said...


Hi Sèrgio...)

Yes there is- Use the nature I often tell my friends...))

Have a nice evening.

Thanks

solcarina said...


Hi Mario,

Thank you...))so much.

Sending lots of love and beauty.

solcarina said...


Hi Jimmy...)

Perhaps for some- not for all.

Sending lots of Joy- and thank you.

solcarina said...


Hi Jouja,

Yes,...
But the main thing is to let the idea float and let the silence prevail.

Thank you...)

solcarina said...


Hi Rodrigo...

Yes, Im totally agree.

Sending love and Joy.

Thank`s a lot for Your comment.

solcarina said...


Hi Kewin,

Yes, I know...
It is a pity that so many do not realize or do not care to slow down the pace a little - it's like they forget the importance of silence and tranquility. I think it is so dangerous to always be busy - parents should urgently set limits for their children.

Thank`s for comment.

Antonio Porpetta said...

¡Gracias por tus gentiles palabras!
Mis mejores deseos para este Nuevo Año y un muy cordial abrazo desde Madrid.

solcarina said...


Querido Antonio,
muchas gracias. Así que lo siento por el retraso de repetición ...)

El envío de una gran cantidad de amor y luz. También me gustaría que una semana maravillosa.

solcarina said...


Thanks so much for your interesting comments. I apologize for the late feedback.
I wish you all a wonderful week...
-take good care of yourselves.

Sending lots of Joy.