Living a vibrant life.
The key to creating a life that is more vibrant and fulfilling is being able to become conscious and aware of one’s life as it exists now in the present moment. Recognizing and being grateful for the life experience that you have now.
By M. Ward / May, 5 2020
“You must live in the present, launch yourself on every wave, find your eternity in each moment. Fools stand on their island of opportunities and look toward another land. There is no other land, there is no other life but this.”
Henry David Thoreau
1817 – 1862
Recognizing all of what life has given you in the past that has been good, which has carried you into this moment in time is a very important and powerful tool when trying to find peace and contentment in your present life situation.
Creating a more vibrant life does require a constant effort and search within oneself for a more conscious and aware acceptance of their life as it is now.
Part of this effort is recognizing and working towards removing the negative thoughts that we all seem to have carried with us from our past as well.
Reaching a point of present-awareness can allow anyone to experience a life that is unencumbered by the typically repetitive negative mind.
This can obviously take some time, effort, and probably some study or training. However, it can be the most life-changing effort that someone can make.
When you begin to accept yourself and your life as it is now, you will find that you begin to have a more productive and more vibrant life.
It is not about who you will become in the future or who you have been in your past, it’s about who you are now.
No one can enjoy life now or move forward if they are worried about the future or held hostage by the past.
Knowing your own heart, your soul, and your spirit and accepting what it is that truly makes you who you are and loving who it is that you are right now will create a more vibrant life for you.
Then you can extend that love and that vibrancy outward and into the world around you.
The 1-Vibrant-Life site intends to help you find and create a more abundant, productive, successful, and vibrant life regardless of the stage of your life that you are experiencing.
We can only offer some different ideas, perspectives, suggestions, and examples of how you might do that. You will need to do the work.
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“The secret for health for both mind and body is not to morn for the past, nor to worry about the future, but to live the present moment wisely and earnestly.”– Buddha 536 BC
Is it Being or Becoming? That is the question.
Creating a vibrant life is not about doing something; it’s about being something. Being someone that is whole and complete and in tune with the flow of life itself.
For example, a person can attempt to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro, and that would be an extraordinary experience and one of life’s significant accomplishments.
However, as time passes and the excitement fades, they are most likely still the same person they were before they started up the mountain.
Granted, the experience of climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro may be life-changing and can even help someone look at the world and themselves very differently.
A truly vibrant life starts from the inside, looking outward and not the outside looking inward.
When doing something like climbing a mountain, parachuting, or even running, it forces us into the present moment or the conscious moment.
This is when we can experience the feeling of being alive. Doing something like this can silence all of the thoughts, worries, and problems that are continually flooding the mind 24/7 but only for the time during the experience.
It’s much better to find within yourself a more conscious and peaceful state of mind now, before doing something like running, climb a mountain, or parachuting from a plane.
Being fully alive and aware of the life you have now can make doing any activity so much more fulfilling in every possible way.
Merely doing things or going places to keep yourself busy will only pull you further away from the peace and contentment that you seek in your life.
A genuinely vibrant life will get out of bed along with you; it’s not going to show up when you finally get to the gym.
Living a vibrant life means creating the kind of life that is free from worry, anxiety, and stress. These are all things that are created by the repetitive thoughts in our minds.
The simple truth is that most people don’t work at or try to free their minds from the stress and anxiety that their minds are continually creating for them.
It’s hard for human beings to free themselves from the constant negative and repetitive thoughts in their minds.
An example of this would be continually thinking about what they did in the past, what they need to do in the future, or their current set of perceived problems they face.
As Buddha would say,
“Being free from the burden of yourself.”
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Building a strong foundation of contentment and peace allows you to enter the world each day more relaxed to be your true self.
Enabling you to enter into a life full of new possibilities and living a more present-minded and vibrant life.
It is within yourself and perhaps through your own chosen spiritual path that you will create and live a more vibrant life.
Or as we might say, living your 1-Vibrant-Life? After all, we only have one life to live here on Earth.
The dictionary description of the word vibrant is simple and yet beautiful and is the result of freeing oneself from the weighted and heavy repetitive negative mind which most of us carry 24/7.
The word vibrant means; full of energy and enthusiasm.
Some of its synonyms are equally as wonderful:
Spirited, lively, full of life, full of spirit, high spirited, energetic, cheerful, vigorous, vital, full of vim and vigor, animated, sparkling, vivacious, dynamic, colorful, electrifying, dazzling, stimulating, exciting, dashing, passionate, fiery and determined.
Maybe some of these descriptions fit your personality already, or perhaps you would like to have some of these added to the narrative that you and others might have for who you are.
The key is that these are descriptions of who you want to be now, not what you’ll become if you do something or you get this or that, or you go here or there.
If you don’t feel that you are living a vibrant life at this time, you are certainly not alone as most people aren’t. Most people think that to live vibrantly means that they need to go out, get or do something exciting.
So, living a vibrant life is a life that is energetic, vigorous, vital, etc., just because it is, not because it’s going to be. This can only be done through daily practice and action or work to calm the mind and search within.
If or when that work stops, the mind and the flood of negative thinking will begin to take over again.
1-Vibrant-Life is all about helping you find and create more vibrancy, more happiness, and joy within yourself. We have an entire post that you might like to check out, How to live with more happiness and joy.
You can also investigate meditation and learn how that may help you begin to shut off the noise and repetitive mind with the calm mind package.
We are living in some very volatile and unsettling times in the world today, and we can all feel more emotionally uneasy than we usually do.
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The hope is that here you can take some time and reflect on where you’re at in your life and perhaps getting a better picture of what the next step(s) forward might be for you.
We want you to live your 1-Vibrant-Life fully!
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