We are all driven by a deep inner restlessness. We may feel this restlessness as a sense that something is missing in us, although it is usually difficult to define exactly what it is. we have all sorts of notions about what we think we need or want- a better relationship, a better job, a better physique, a better car and on and on. We believe that if we acquire that perfect relationship or job or new toy, the restlessness will go away, and we will feel satisfied and complete. But experience teaches us that the new car makes us feel better for only short time. The new relationship maybe wonderful, but it never quite fulfils us in the way we thought it would. So what are we really looking for?
If we reflect for a moment, we may realise that what our hearts yearn for is to know who we are and why we are here. But little in our culture encourages us to look for answers to these important questions. We have been taught that the quality of our life will improve primarily if our external fortunes improve. Sooner or later, however, we realise that external things, while valuable in themselves, cannot address the deep restlessness of our soul. So where can we look for the answer?
Many of the currently available books on personal transformation speak more about the kind of person that we would all like to be. They recognise the vital importance of compassion, community, communication, and creativity. But as beautiful and attractive as these qualities are, we find it extremely difficult to maintain them or to put them into practice in our daily lives. Our hearts yearn to soar, yet we almost always come crashing down painfully on the rocks of fear, self-defeating habits, and ignorance. all too often our good intentions and noble hopes simply become new sources of disappointment.
We give up on ourselves, return to familiar distractions, and try to forget about the whole matter. Are human beings incapable of living more complete and fulfilling lives? the great and ancient teachings have always insisted that we have the potential to achieve greatness-that we are in fact, devine creatutes in some real sense. So why do we find this state so hard to recognise and live up to?
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