Everyone is a guru. You are a guru. Everyone has genius to share with me and you. You have genius to share with the world. Sometimes just asking, like Tim does (below), is the way to go.
You’ve got a way of cutting through the thicket when answering us guru seekers who inquire from you. I have an inquiry. What tip would you give me that cuts right to the chase, if I want to succeed with creating a new me?
This is me seeking you out, as an everyday guru, for advice, Tim
That’s an easy one. Become absolutely willing to put aside those long cherished beliefs that you hold of yourself. That’s the only way to guarantee personal self-change that is productive and lasting.
Don’t let your belief system stand in the way of your spontaneous nature. Become more self-aware to your habitual ways, and more consciously self-directed when setting higher aims for yourself.
Make a habit of reflecting more and reacting less.
Yup. That’s it. If you want it pure and simple. You’ve got it.
Thank you for asking Tim … blessings, Rob
Well fellow “ordinary guru” seekers … what do you think?
Are you willing to drop your long cherished beliefs about you?
I am referring to those beliefs that have you struggling with life.
One such belief could be that you have to pay your dues to get ahead.
What dues? Look closer into that.
I hope this got you thinking. Thinking about who? About YOU!
Love and blessings to all of you, Rob
PS Do not … I repeat … DO NOT go along with negative self-talk that drags you along through life. Don’t cherish those conversations. They will destroy you.