I have completely removed relationship, dating, daily life and world categories and all posts that belongs to them. I will not write about daily life anymore.

I write here about ashtanga yoga and awakening. It is all about my understanding and observation of life. It is my practice of simple living.

I am not saying that I know something. I know nothing. I don’t have any answer to give you. I write truth as I see it, with bad grammar. Take it as that. But I must tell you, we are all bound by our own concepts and beliefs.

There is no right or wrong, it is not important, really, by time, you will see that you were wrong about everything. 

I write articles about living life by being awake with special attention on the beauty of being content with what you have and who you really are. Sometimes I go off the topic and write like a nihilist or as one woman said, as a fatalist, but that is not really what I want to convey.

I enjoy my life and I am content with what I have — but I know that without improvement, no matter how happy I am, the things will eventually go downhill. So I fight and strive for better.

If you’re unhappy with your life, it’s because you’ve chosen to be unhappy. 

It sounds harsh, but it’s completely true. Pardon me, you are reading my blog, so you're neither homeless nor clinically depressed nor the one who undergone terrible tragedies or abuse in your past. You're normal human being so this applies to you.

I hear you, your life is crap, and of course, you're going to be unhappy. Your job isn’t going well, your relationships aren’t going well, your finances are very bad, you're overweight, your life is a mess.

It’s not the conditions that make you unhappy, but your choice of thoughts, your attitude.

When you're unhappy, you focus on all the bad things in your life. Not only that, but you continually think about how bad things are, you complain, and you ask, “Why me?” You walk on the verge of inaction and eventually depression. You become grumpy and cynic. That, in turn, only made the situation worse. It certainly does not help you.

I am not saying focus on only good things in your life and have positive thoughts. Observe your life from the outside, from the position of  a passive observer. Notice your patterns of behavior, you strength and weaknesses. 

I urge you to be satisfied with less, with a simpler life, rather than always wanting more, always acquiring more. Examine why you want more, and solve your issues. At the root of wanting more is not being satisfied with what you have. 

Having a touch of indifference towards world generally helps you. Complaining, being grumpy, or negative will not improve your chances to get things better. Actually, that leads to bigger problems.

When you find yourself unhappy with something, or with what you don’t have, take a moment and become aware of your surroundings, of yourself as being alive. And things will change.