Once in a while I write a small article under the name “CASUAL THOUGHTS”. I just write down the ideas and thoughts, which flow through me and offer them to you, my friends like FOOD. You can reject it or taste it. If you like it, you can eat it, but even then, you can choose to keep and use what is beneficial for you at the moment and simply release the rest, because the shortest way to your destiny is your own path.
Today I walked with our dog Boofie in the hills again. He is such a nice dog and always happy to go to the hills and the woods, because he knows we will have a good time together.
I use my walking for practicing “BEING”. So, when I, for instance, practice “being happy”, I forget thinking about “happy” and focus on feeling happiness, walking happily, seeing happiness in the people, the plants, and the sun. I feel how it is to radiate happiness etc.
Today I focused on “Being Royal”. That might seem arrogant, but, in my opinion, it is not.
When I ask a friend:
When I ask a friend:
- Do you want to be dignified and wise?
- Do you want to be capable and confident?
- Do you want to be calm and strong and powerful?
- Do you want to be graceful and elegant?
- Do you want to have abundance?
- Do you want to be observant and respectful?
- Do you want to be compassionate and grateful?
- Do you want to be just, honest and peaceful?
- Do you want to be free?
The answer is of course: “YES”. Because, who does not want those positive things?
“Well, in that case YOU WANT TO BE ROYAL”.
Being royal is not about being better than another being, it is being senior, because you experienced everything yourself. Your HEART smiles, because you recognize yourself in others.
I told Boofie that he was a ROYAL DOG and he was quite excited about it. A couple of minutes later a dog broke away from its owner, and I saw the female owner running after her dog. The dog ran up to Boofie and started barking ferociously. Boofie did not react agitatedly, but observed the dog calmly and with compassion. In a loving way, we said “hello” to the dog and he calmed down immediately. Full of dignity we walked on. I was very proud of royal Boofie!