Article
Article

Connect to Life's Radiant Beauty

Ora Nadrich

SHARE THIS PAGE!
Share on Twitter
Share on LinkedIn
Share through Email

Each of us, in our own way, is in search of something greater, or just something that can give greater meaning to our lives. We are longing to become whole.

Yet, we’re far too busy looking for answers outside of ourselves, and relying too much on distractions, stimulants, materialism, and every possible thing we can think of that we believe will give us the meaning we long for.

Meanwhile, we all have thousands and thousands of thoughts that go through our minds daily, and we do very little to regulate its activity. But there is a way to reign in our busy internal dialogue and allow ourselves to experience life’s beauty and hidden meaning.

What’s more, it’s available to each of us, free of charge.

A Mindfulness practice, in which we pause the busy-ness of our minds, puts us into present moment awareness. Mindfulness invites us to stay in the moment and look more deeply. It allows us to see much more than just what’s on the surface. The veils of illusion fall away, and with each one that does, our consciousness raises.

Think of Mindfulness as having metacognition. It allows us to see what we’re seeing with total awareness. Mindfulness, when practiced consistently, can help us feel as if our awareness is so laser sharp that we see things beyond the surface.

We’re able to delve into the brilliance of our being — who we are, who we’re becoming, and who we can continue to be as part of a beautiful, radiant whole.

With Mindfulness, we become aware of the contents of our minds from a removed perspective, which makes us more conscious of what we’re thinking and feeling. And, by being in this state of complete awareness, we can observe our thoughts and feelings with acceptance and non-judgment because we have a heightened awareness of what’s occurring in our minds.

This elevates us to a pure state of mind, and it’s in this state that we can become aware of the impermanence of life — and therefore have a greater appreciation for its splendor.

If we think of ourselves as divine beings, which we are, and regard our bodies as vessels to imbibe the spiritual experience, we can connect with a feeling of oneness.

Experiencing a more heightened awareness means that we participate in life not only as grounded, sensible humans, but we also become deeply aware of everything and everyone around us simultaneously.

Everything we do is done with a conscious awareness of how we’re doing it. This makes us more thoughtful, kind, compassionate, sensitive and attuned to life itself.

Connect to life’s radiant beauty with these daily higher awareness practices:

  • Start the day mindfully. When you open your eyes in the morning, take a few moments to connect to your breath. Put your hands on your heart and feel your chest rising and falling with each breath.

  • Connect to the present. The more you develop present moment awareness, the more you trigger neurotransmitters — or “feel-good chemicals.” Being present and awake consciously means that you’re deeply aware of everything and everyone around you simultaneously. You uncover an elevated reality in which to dwell.

  • Honor your spirit. Think of your spirit as the wind that propels your boat to sail, moving you through life with vitality. Acknowledge it as your life force. Say silently, “I am a spiritual being.” Listen to your spirit and hear what it has to say. It will tell you want it needs.

We must be fully present to allow our senses to become heightened, to connect to feelings of oneness and to witness the radiant beauty of our lives.

Benjamin Hotel
Benjamin Hotel

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Ora Nadrich

Ora Nadrich is a pioneering Mindfulness expert, international keynote speaker and coach, and the founder and president of the Institute for Transformational Thinking. Bestselling author Marianne Williamson has said, “When she speaks, I listen; when she writes, I read it; when she gives advice, I heed it.”

Ora is a sought-after expert in the fields of Mindfulness, transformational thinking, and self-discovery. Ora created and popularized her highly-effective "Says Who? Method" which allows her clients to ask simple questions that result in profound, personal and professional transformation.

Ora is the author of Says Who? How One Simple Question Can Change the Way You Think Forever, and Live True: A Mindfulness Guide to Authenticity, named “one of the 100 Best Mindfulness Books of All Time” by BookAuthority, which is the world’s leading site for book recommendations by thought leaders.

She currently resides in Los Angeles.

Visit Ora's Website