Sunday, January 24, 2016

Think Before you Speak

Think what you will say before you open your mouth. 

Be brief and precise because every time you let words out through your mouth, you let out a part of your vitality. 

Do not complain and do not use your vocabulary to project negative images, as this will produce negativity all around you.

If you have nothing real, new and useful to say, it is better to keep quiet and not say anything.

Learn to be like a mirror that reflects.
Learn to listen carefully.
Take a moment of inner silence to consider everything that is presented, and then make your decisions.

Develop the art of speaking without losing energy.
Avoid judging and criticizing people. Be open-minded and non-judgmental. Each time you judge someone all you do is separate yourself from them. Simply, Express your opinion briefly and let it go. It is a waste of energy to spend time in arguments.

By not speaking, it does not mean your mind is also silent – the two must be synchronized.

Your inner silence (not outer) makes you calm and at peace.

                                 ‘Rajan Sachdeva’


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