At Transformation Work, we help individuals who are interested in changing their lives for the better. Our focus, however, is not on the external physical world. Instead, we focus on our inner worlds of body and mind.
We focus specifically on four areas – body, feelings, mind and spirit.
Your physical body is unique. It is your medium to experiencing your own physical existence in this physical world. Listen to your body. Befriend your body. Make your body your ally, your friend, your beloved. Only in this way can your body work optimally for your full experience.
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Your feelings are the windows to your inner world. Do not be afraid of them. Understand them. Explore them. Start to befriend your own shadows and fears. They are the gateways to self discovery and personal transformation. It is possible to live a life without fear. In fact, fearlessness is not only possible; it is the highest bliss.
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Your mind is the source of your creative power. It is the source of all your happiness. Unfortunately, it is also the source of all your sufferings. We have a mind that is conditioned – habituated to think in a certain way. We hold beliefs that perpetuate this habit. When the mind is still, there is peace. When the mind is distressed, it means you have an error in your thinking.
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Spirit is always pure and unconditioned. The doorway to experiencing the spirit is through your heart, not your thoughts. It is found in the gap between your thoughts – in the stillness of your mind. Do not resist spirit. Let it flow freely through you. Learn to live life intuitively.
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Simply by making small changes in the way we think, we can create huge transformation in the quality of our lives.
This, in a nutshell, is our philosophy for healing and well-being.
Mind is the forerunner of all mental states. Happy states and sad states are preceded by our thoughts.
Our thinking is habituated. We all have a certain way of thinking. If we have good thinking habits, we benefit from it. Conversely, if we have bad thinking habits, we suffer from it.
To change our thinking habits, we must first be aware of our thoughts. Awareness must come first, before change is possible.
For more, read the 5 Fundamental Spiritual Truths.