Balanced Objectivity

“I’ve found a nice balance between living like someone who has overdosed on delusional optimism and someone who thinks everything and everyone sucks. I can see things as they really are instead of through either rose-colored glasses or crap-colored glasses.”

“That means I can cultivate true objectivity, not the fake cynical kind.
I free myself from negative emotional biases that used to cloud my ability to see the partially hidden beauty all around me.

“At the same time, I’m not addicted to the idea that I should be
eternally happy and blithe and sweet. When the dark moods descend on me, I trust them. I know they are openings into equally sacred perceptions and insights.”
Breathe by Linaji

From Robert Breszny’s Free Will Astrology

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Posted by | Paul Reynolds
Paul has been a yoga teacher on the Island of Kauai for many years and is the facilitator of the weekly Living the Question Blog - a repository of wisdom and inspiration. Paul also produces and hosts Le Guru is You Radio Show, showcasing everyday gurus.

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