Contentment As A State Of Being
Contentment As A State Of Being
Contentment is a state of happiness and satisfaction. it is the quality or state of being within oneself. Those who are content have a look of perfect contentment on their face, torso and aura. They feel grounded, relaxed, deal with any situation with calmness, coordination and awareness.
They extend ki energy naturally as they give unconditionally without the need to take. They are free from worry or restlessness, with a sense of peaceful satisfaction They are relaxed completely yet resilient, powerful, attentive, responsive from within. Contentment isn’t an excited kind of happy, it’s more like a peaceful ease of mind. It’s being satisfied with what you have, whatever that is. You might feel a sense of contentment knowing you have a cup of hot chocolate, a good movie to look forward to tonight, a loving partner to share those intimate quiet moments.
You might experience contentment thinking about what you have achieved, overcome and gained. Whatever is going on in your life, you’re pleased about it. You have everything you need without the thought or frustration that you don't have everything you want. Contentment is a mental or emotional state of satisfaction, drawn from being at ease in your situation, body and mind. A state of having accepted your situation, expressing a milder and more tentative form of happiness. Whatever your circumstances, be it financially, materialistically, with relationships, work or where you live, you are in the present moment, content and grateful for what you are and have.
A combination of these paths helps you lead your life driven by passion and meaning rather than fear. These paths are connected by the single principle that with an abundance of courage you live by higher values. The values you protect powers your courage. You face setbacks on a righteous path and constancy of effort powered by courage. Courage doesn't decimate fear; courage acts despite the fear. "May you feel strong and brave because of your contentment and the values you protect." Famous Quotes On Contentment Contentment and the pursuit of contentment are possibly a central thread through many philosophical or religious schools across diverse cultures, times and geographies. Here are some famous quotes on contentment. "The subtle is stronger than the gross. The visible forces of nature (tides, hurricanes and volcanoes) are dwarfed by the subtle, invisible powers of nature (gravity, nuclear forces and magnetism). The visible forces of the mind (hatred, envy, revenge and anger) are extremely weak in front of the quiet but infinitely stronger powers (gratitude, compassion, acceptance and forgiveness). Your greatest strength lies in harnessing and aligning with the stronger forces. While in the very short term, revenge may seem stronger, in the long term, it is forgiveness that will give you greater strength. Uncontrolled anger may look like pure adrenaline, but it is compassion that unlocks the greatest energy." - Dr.Amit Sood, Professor of Medicine "Health is the most precious gain and contentment the greatest wealth" - Siddharta Guatam, Ascetic Sramaṇa Sage circa 563/480 – c. 483/400 BC "I have learned to seek my happiness by limiting my desires, rather than in attempting to satisfy them." - John Stuart Mill, English Philosopher, 1806 – 1873 , "Live with the gods. And he who does so constantly shows them that his soul is satisfied with what is assigned to them." Marcus Aurelius, Roman Emperor 121 - 180 AD "Keep your lives free from the love of money and be content with what you have, because God has said, 'Never will I leave you; never will I forsake you.'" The Holy Bible Hebrews 13:5 "A gentleman who profoundly penetrates all things and is in harmony with their transformations will be contented with whatever time may bring. He follows the course of nature in whatever situation he may be." - Zhuang Zhou ,Chinese philosopher 4th Century BC "He who is not contented with what he has, would not be contented with what he would like to have." - Socrates, Greek Athenian Philosopher 470 – 399 BC "Contentment is the door to god. If one is contented, one has already arrived. And the meaning of contentment is absolute acceptance as you are. Contentment means acceptance, discontentment means non-acceptance. A wants to become B - that is discontent. A is perfectly happy in being A, there is no desire to become B - that is contentment." - Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, Indian Spiritual Guru 1931 –1990
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