In Japanese, the word “busy” is used a character “lost our heart”.
It’s a state of being buried in doing or immersed in thinking restlessly, and that means we’re not in the present.
And it also means we lost our heart into the busyness to predict and control the visible world of our own outside.
While we are buried in busyness, we are unable to touch the beauty of lives or even open our heart to the unknown infinite bliss, then unfortunately unable to connect with our true nature or the innermost silence.
Furthermore understandably, we are even unable to realize about the ultimate love in front of us.
Even though busyness makes us lose our hearts and the present from the existence, then why most of us are busy?
In the depth of our busyness, there are hidden beliefs like “We’re not good enough,” “The value we need for existence is what to be useful to someone,” in other words, “we always must be doing something for others.”
So that many of us may be afraid to be alone and by avoiding quiet places, to try to stay away from the innermost silent voice.
In particular, until we are able to become catch the innermost silence undoubtedly, we are actually tossed about critical voice of the mind which is very much reflected in values, and so we may want to escape the pain of it.
This adversely, when we become aware of our own speeches and behaviors that we’ve never noticed before, it means that we’re at a phase where we’re connected enough to our true nature, ready to face the facts or to be able to let go of unnecessary beliefs that we’ve brought unconsciously.
Believe in the inherent strength (many of us haven’t realized yet), and be the present to listen to the innermost silence alertly. 🙏✨💗
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