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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Grow With Me

I grow exponentially fast--I'm not even the same person day to day. Those who grow with me usually are the ones who (want to) stick around. If you don't grow with me, then things were lovely while they lasted.

It's not that you have to fulfill my standards, per se, but being a sensitive person, I can't afford to be around a person who won't grow because of an outmoded idea of themselves which they wish to cling to. When a person won't grow with you, they begin to unnecessarily request energy from you that drains you and temporarily allows them to feel satisfied without doing the inner work. These people will continue to request your presence until you put your foot down and say, "No." It is tough, but necessary in order for you to be truly happy. 

Your enlightenment, your freedom from the Matrix, is more important than a relationship that may drain you of life force.

G.A.B.E. aka Kimya

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Listen

Learn how to listen with more than just your ears--be vigilant in finding ways to listen to the Universe. Don't just talk, paying no attention to what others may say. Is you talking serving the interaction, or have you gone unconscious and your mouth is moving on its own? Do you value others or what they have to say, or are they someone to word vomit on? 

Of course there are exceptions--friends can talk for hours, hogging the time to talk but neither one cares, they are having too much fun, effortless love is Present. However in other situations where this is not the case, you have to look at he big picture--is what I'm sharing benefitting both of us? Not simply the words you're saying, but the state of consciousness you're in when you're saying them. Are you listening, or merely shutting down and hearing mumbling in the background of your own thoughts about what you are going to say next? Are you talking merely to fill up 'awkward' silence, or avoid that intimacy? Ask yourself these things.

Many people practice listening from the ego. One way that I am talking about is out of a sense of guilt. Feeling guilt for speaking too much is still focus on a small, outmoded set of beliefs about who you are and does not apply to this moment. Authentic listening happens when you cast off those beliefs and listen with your heart, to the other's heart. 

A way you can develop the ability to listen is to truly listen to your own heart. What do you desire from life, on the deepest level, and what will it take to get there? You cannot know these things without listening to your heart. Furthermore, listening to your own heart should expand into listening to other's Hearts, for the language of the Heart truly is Universal. Develop your mind by ignoring all its reasons for why it can't or shouldn't listen. Practice with your heart and body, they will communicate and receive the Universal language. 

G.A.B.E. aka Kimya

Saturday, November 22, 2014

The Goal of Communication Is Not Understanding

One thing I realize about communication is that everyone has their won way of interpreting what is communicated. What is beautiful is when two beings misunderstand each other but are both happy from it. Like a baby and its parent. The baby may do something that makes it happy for its own reasons, yet it still makes the parent happy as well, and they may laugh. Sometimes babies laugh together with their parents, for totally different reasons, yet they are sharing this moment in laughter. Communication doesn't always mean that we understand each other 100%. It means that we are building an influence each time we interact. So, if it's not that important, let other beings misunderstand you, and may it lead to all parties involved being happy. Check out this video of a dog trying to teach a baby to jump and you'll see what I mean:

https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10152894169281495

G.A.B.E. aka Kimya

Saturday, November 1, 2014

Diet Security

Ya damn straight I'm uppity when it comes to my diet--I have clearer mind, healthier body, and a greater sense of wellbeing because of it. Somehow, though, people who don't have my diet tend to take offense as of I were directly pointing them out, then proceed to bash or try to insult through a series of questions to find a flaw in what I do. My thing is, if you are truly secure with your diet, you wouldn't have to defend it. The way you feel in your body should be more than enough proof. Excelsior, G.A.B.E. aka Kimya