Hi, it's Jay Ram. I believe that from the infinite possibilities we can choose to live our lives, we should make decisions that give us the most connection to others during our limited time here on Earth. Our perspective of life is a result of how we think, and our thoughts are as fleeting as daytime clouds. And that means we need to resist negative thoughts, rewire them into a different perspective and reboot the mind. Welcome to your universal mind: the transmitter to the universe.
Did you know that the brain can process pain in amputees with no limb as real as someone who has that limb? Similarly, we are able to process future anxieties in things that haven't happened yet. Let's explore.
It's so easy to express ourselves when we are happy, but today's episode I try to express myself while actually upset. You'll be able to experience how I lift myself up by just expressing myself, hopefully you can too!
Is the scientific method that foreign to us, or do we use it every day? The method was designed for people who knew that information was available at a much rapid rate than ever before, meaning that they will probably be wrong most of the time. This method of thinking championed the truth over being right.
Today's episode is a live and fun one. I go deeper into how your thoughts make you feel things, and introduce you to one of my friends (IG: @leighewin) who works on helping others overcome these thoughts using nature!
Small daily changes lead to the big change in the future. If you don't have a positive outlook on life today, imagining a positive future is like expecting an apple tree to emerge from planting orange seeds.
Dead fish go with the flow, and eventually become prey to scavengers. Why would you let other external factors determine how your life will turn out? Take back your own power and individuality, and create your own flow. Quotes from Rumi and Bruce Lee are also featured in this episode!