At huske: Der er altid tid til reflektion.

45-30-15-4-2: Har du 45, 30, 15, 4 eller 2 minuter?

Der er altid mulighed for bruge lidt tid til reflektion.

Plan Type af reflektion TidFordelUdstyr
Stoisk aften rutine2 minNærvær, Ro,
Indsigt / Handling
“Godt, Bedre, Bedst”
AStoisk aften og morgen rutine4 minFokus, forberedelse,
Nærvær, Ro, Indsigt / Handling
Papir/
kuglepen,
Notesbog,
Mobil tlf.
BYoutube – Filosofi7-10 minReflektionMobil tlf. / Wifi
Meditation – Lydklip10-30 minNærvær, RoMobil tlf.
Podcast – Meditation30 min Nærvær, RoMobil tlf.
CPodcast – Filosofi45 min Reflektion,
Læring
Mobil tlf.
Blog / Bog60+
min
Reflektion,
Inspiration
Stol, ro, bog

Livsråd 2021

“Hver dag er der 10 ting du kan gøre som vil gøre dig lykkelig – og de koster ikke noget.”

12 Januar 2021

“At lære noget i dag, vil glæde dig forevigt.”

14 Januar 2021

“Hver nærværende, når du lover nærvær.”

15 Januar 2021

“Taknemmelighed er den højeste trumf.”

26 Januar 2021

“At sænke forventingerne til en selv, giver en frihed til at handle.”

19 Februar 2021

“Der er gode og dårlige dage, men heldigvis flest gode dage.”

24 Februar 2021

“Det kan godt tage 1-2 uger at komme rigtigt i balance igen.”

5 Marts 2021

“Fri vilje, opstår både ved at være fri af ens egne forventninger samt ved at have vilje til at handle.”

24 Marts 2021

“Nærvær er at vælge ens næste handling med fuld bevidsthed.”

24 Marts 2021

“At stille spørgsmålet ‘Hvad er næste skridt?’ fjerner alle bekymringer.”

24 Marts 2021

“Brug din energi på at handle, istedet for at bekymre dig.”

25 Marts 2021

“For dagens løbetur, beslut længden efter starten.”

3 April 2021

“Der er altid en ny dag i morgen.”

7 April 2021

“Et pust af energifuldt fokus, kan skabe gennemstrøm i flere dage.”

20 April 2021

Refleksion: Selvindsigt

Forskelen mellem Selvindsigt og Bevidsthed/Nærver/Glæde.

“Inquiry consists in retaining the mind in the Self. Meditation consists in thinking that one’s self is…, existence-consciousness-bliss.”

Sri Ramana Maharshi, 1902

Visdom er vedvarende selvindsigt.

“Desirelessness is wisdom. The two are not different; they are the same. Desirelessness is refraining from turning the mind towards any object. Wisdom means the appearance of no object. In other
words, not seeking what is other than the Self is detachment or desirelessness; not leaving the Self is wisdom.”

Sri Ramana Maharshi, 1902

Selvindsigt giver frihed.

“Inquiring into the nature of one’s self that is in bondage, and realising one’s true nature is release.”

Sri Ramana Maharshi, 1902

Forblive bevidst i ens selvindsigt.

“When the mind that is subtle goes out through the brain and the senseorgans, the gross names and forms appear; when it stays in the heart, the names and forms disappear.
Not letting the mind go out, but retaining it in the Heart is what is called “inwardness”. Letting the mind go out of the Heart is known as “externalisation”. Thus, when the mind stays in the Heart, the ‘I’ which is the source of all thoughts will go, and the Self which ever exists will shine. Whatever one does, one should do without the egoity “I”.”

Sri Ramana Maharshi, 1902

Reflektion: Energi

“Here, you catch the energy of the disturbing feeling and use it to do something useful—like wash the dishes. As soon as you’ve gotten over the peak, the emotion can’t hook you anymore, you don’t react the way you did before. In that moment, you can use its power to dig in the garden or whatever. This way of channeling the energy is bit of practical advice from me; I didn’t get it from my teachers. But it is very useful to put the energy of the emotion to use to achieve something.”

Lama Ole Nydahl, “Questions to Lama Ole Nydahl”

“It is important to put your energy into solving your problems instead of thinking about them. This also applies to sicknesses—they don’t pass more quickly if you think of them constantly.
In the moment a situation gets difficult or you become sick, it is good to put all your energy into the goal—that is, into the solution of the problem or into your recovery. Your mind and thoughts shouldn’t dwell on the problems. Then you will get through it in the best way, and the karma dissolves.”

Lama Ole Nydahl, “Questions to Lama Ole Nydahl”

Reflektion: Udfordringer

“The best way to deal with all fears and difficulties is to think, ‘All beings are my friends and will benefit if I’m doing well. So I will simply give my best in doing whatever is in front of my nose.’ Then one does just that.”

Lama Ole Nydahl, “Questions to Lama Ole Nydahl”

“In the moment a situation gets difficult or you become sick, it is good to put all your energy into the goal—that is, into the solution of the problem or into your recovery. Your mind and thoughts shouldn’t dwell on the problems. Then you will get through it in the best way, and the karma dissolves.”

Lama Ole Nydahl, “Questions to Lama Ole Nydahl”

Refleksion: Bevidsthed

Bevidsthed om valg i dagligdagen.

“For it is not continuous drinkings and revelings, nor the satisfaction of lusts, nor the enjoyment of fish and other luxuries of the wealthy table, which produce a pleasant life, but sober reasoning, searching out the motives for all choice and avoidance, and banishing of the mere opinions, to which are due the greatest disturbance of the spirit.”

Epicurus, “Letter to Menoecus”

“The unexamined life is not worth living.”

Quote by Socrates, “The apology” Plato

Bevidsthed og nærvær.

“As thoughts arise, destroying them utterly without any residue in the very place of their origin is non-attachment. Just as the pearl-diver ties a stone to his waist, sinks to the bottom of the sea and
there takes the pearls, so each one of us should be endowed with non-attachment, dive within oneself and obtain the Self-Pearl.”

Ramana Maharshi, 1902 “Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi’s teaching in Nan Yar”

“Under the tree the shade is pleasant; out in the open the heat is scorching. A person who has been going about in the sun feels cool when he reaches the shade. Someone who keeps on going from the shade into the sun and then back into the shade is a fool. A wise man stays permanently in the shade.”

Ramana Maharshi, 1902 “Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi’s teaching in Nan Yar”

Refleksion: Mod

Kæmp modigt hver dag.

“It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better.

The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat.”

Theodore Roosevelt, “The man in the arena”, April 23, 1910, Sorbonne, Paris, Frankrig

Refleksion: Formål

Et formål kan skabe glæde.

“Je laisse Sisyphe au bas de la montagne ! On retrouve toujours son fardeau. Mais Sisyphe enseigne la fidélité supérieure qui nie les dieux et soulève les rochers. Lui aussi juge que tout est bien. Cet univers désormais sans maître ne lui paraît ni stérile ni fertile. Chacun des grains de cette pierre, chaque éclat minéral de cette montagne pleine de nuit, à lui seul, forme un monde. La lutte elle-même vers les sommets suffit à remplir un cœur d’homme. Il faut imaginer Sisyphe heureux.”

Albert Camus, “Le mythe de Sisyphe” 1943, p 166

Formålet er ens eget ansvar.

“Ultimately, man should not ask what the meaning of his life is, but rather must recognize that it is he who is asked. In a word, each man is questioned by life; and he can only answer to life by answering for his own life; to life he can only respond by being responsible.”

Viktor Frankl, “Man’s Search for Meaning”

Refleksion: Glæde

Glæde fra de simple ting i livet.

“Have gratitude for very small things and moments, and simple things”

Viktor Frankl

“Plain fare gives as much pleasure as a costly diet, when one the pain of want has been removed, while bread and water confer the highest possible pleasure when they are brougth to hungry lips.”

Epicurus, “Letter to Menoeceus”

Kan man stræbe sig til glæde?

” We must also reflect that of desires some are natural, others are groundless; and that of the natural some are necessary as well as natural, and some natural only. And of the necessary desires some are necessary if we are to be happy, some if the body is to be rid of uneasiness, some if we are even to live. He who has a clear and certain understanding of these things will direct every preference and aversion toward securing health of body and tranquility of mind, seeing that this is the sum and end of a happy life.”

Epicurus, “Letter to Menoeceus”

“Don’t aim at success. The more you aim at it and make it a target, the more you are going to miss it. For success, like happiness, cannot be pursued; it must ensue, and it only does so as the unintended side effect of one’s personal dedication to a cause greater than oneself or as the by-product of one’s surrender to a person other than oneself. Happiness must happen, and the same holds for success: you have to let it happen by not caring about it. I want you to listen to what your conscience commands you to do and go on to carry it out to the best of your knowledge. Then you will live to see that in the long-run—in the long-run, I say!—success will follow you precisely because you had forgotten to think about it.”

Viktor Frankl, “Man’s search for meaning”