Author: Dr Wasay Foladi

What you desire ask the universe (Law of Attraction)

You are the designer of your own destiny and you are the author to your story, the pen is in your hands and the outcome is whatever you choose! The beautiful thing about law of attraction is you can start wherever you are and the universe will respond to it. We can create how we want it, the thinking and the power is within you, not in this world. You can make excuses but there is always a way to be what you want! “Whether you think you can or you can’t either way you are right.” – Henry Ford There is no limit to anything we are unlimited. “Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life’s coming attractions.” – Albert Einstein “Whatever the mind of man can conceive, it can achieve.” – W. Clement Stone When you have inspired thought, you have to trust it and you have to act on it. Wealth is about mind set. Everyone is after money and want to be rich, but that doesn’t mean you will be …

The Art of Being (Happiness, Worrying, Suffering)

The Art of Being (Happiness, Worrying, Suffering) In today’s hyper connected world, it’s really difficult to be mindful and connected to the present. It’s hard enough to master “the art of being”, but you add in something as small as a smartphone with ubiquitous wifi or data access, and it becomes virtually impossible. One of the simplest (simple does not mean easy) ways to find joy in your everyday life is by just being. What is the art of being? Being means you are completely in the present. You need to focus your mind on what you are hearing or doing right here and right now. How often do you find yourself at home after work and still thinking of things back at the office? Then you go to the office and you’re thinking about the problems at home. You go through the motions of the day without actually experiencing the motions of the day. Your thoughts end up being everywhere except at this specific moment in time. To “be in the present” you have …

Attitude that makes a big difference

At a very young age I was really curious about everything that happens around me, as I was growing I just got more curious about every little things and to know more about things I got to learn to seek than to believe in things that I have been told. My attitude changed towards how I see others and myself. Honestly we all are a confused beings that some of us want to believe what happens and some believe in seeking the impossibilities. I educated myself in living in the moment that living for tomorrow, not an easy thing to do, but somewhere along the line my attitude changed towards life, what is my purpose? its like words are free. Its how I use them may cost you”. Treat your words like they are gold and use each one deliberately. Always aim before you shoot. Attitude is a state of mind on which depends our actions in life and hence our course of life. The difference between successful people and unsuccessful people is a little …

Searching our Mind for the Roots of Fear

You are taking a early morning walk in the woods ― pleasant, beautiful day, the sun shining through the leaves. Suddenly, a snake appears at your feet. You experience something at that moment. You freeze, your heart rate shoots up and you begin to sweat ― a quick, automatic sequence of physical reactions. That reaction is fear. Human anxiety is greatly amplified by our ability to imagine the future, and our place in it. A day later, you are taking the same walk again. Sunshine, pleasure, but no snake.  Still, you are worried that you will encounter one. The experience of walking through the woods is fraught with worry. You are anxious. This simple distinction between anxiety and fear is an important one in the task of defining and treating of anxiety disorders, which affect many millions of people and account for more visits to mental health professionals each year than any of the other broad categories of psychiatric disorders. Scientists generally define fear as a negative emotional state triggered by the presence of a …

Sometimes in life we just need to smile

Sometimes in life we just need to stand there and smile, we are moving so fast than we miss every moment to see the beauty in this world, our present is our Now. For many years I struggled to find the peace I really wanted. You know the dream: Happiness Not overthinking No anxiety Physically fit And the to live every moment without being distracted by the past or the future. During that time, I lived with anxiety, insomnia and way too much useless thinking going on in my head. It was never easy. One of the reasons I was never truly at peace was because of one recurring problem: I couldn’t learn to “accept” where I was without wishing it were different. Because avoiding and fighting against what is happening inside you only makes it worse. Unfortunately, acceptance is also really hard to cultivate. We’re practically wired to not accept the moment if it’s not 100% comfortable. So, what can we do? Master Miyamoto Mushashi’s 21 rules of life. Known as Japan’s greatest ever …

How to Practice Headstand

How to Practice Headstand Learn the intricacies of the yoga pose, Headstand or Salamba Sirsasana Almost all of the articles you see about yoga these days—and there are a passel of ’em—describe how wonderful it is. They list the benefits, ranging from increased flexibility to ultimate immersion in the Great Cosmic Ooze. They describe yoga as a stress-free, painless way to well-being. But by touting only the obvious goodies, these articles not only paint an incomplete picture of yoga, they also rob it of its juice. The pleasures and benefits of yoga are indeed numerous and profound, but the difficulties you encounter in your practice are at least as important. Ancient yoga texts stress the importance of tapas—the fiery quality of discipline and determination. One way to produce fire is friction, and the resistances that arise as you practice often provide the spark that ignites the fires of transformation. That fire is fed and fanned by your practice as you roll out your mat day after day. Every part of your life, from the most …

Definition of “Yoga”

ˈyōɡə Defining Yoga Defining yoga in the western world has been transformed from the original meaning. The meaning of yoga is considered as a word symbolizing a challenging workout that only some may participate. However, this definition does not provide justice to the actual meaning of the word yoga. Here we will break down the literal translation and discuss ones likely experience with the term: YOGA. Defining yoga and it’s word origin: Translating the word yoga from Sanskrit, yoga is a verb used to define yoke (couple). The literal translation in Latin is jungere, also a verb but the literal translation defines yoga as to join. At The Pursuit of Yoga we have taken the literal translation and used this as our definition throughout. In the western world yoga carries a smorgasbord of meanings. Other cultures define yoga as a state of being, a way of living and a practice of communication. Along with this yoga is also defined as a religion and some consider yoga a spiritual path. Our intention is to define yoga …