100 Words of Wisdom, part 1

Over the next few blogs we’ll be sharing 100 Words of Wisdom from Dadi Janki.  On the face of it, the words are simple. Yet her wisdom is timeless and practical. If you hold the words in your mind and heart, they are sure to add something different to your life.

  1. Apply the 3 ‘P’ rule to your thoughts: make them pure, positive and powerful.
  2. Remember: the quality of your thoughts and the feeling behind those thoughts has much more impact than your words.
  3. Four words create disturbance in the mind: What? Why? How? When? They make things difficult and complicated. Instead make things easy and simple.
  4. What we think about, we bring about! So, be sure to choose where you invest your thoughts.
  5. Negative thoughts create storms in the mind. Harness your mind and finish any negativity immediately.
  6. Here’s a challenge for you: not to make small things big, but make big things small.
  7. Keep thinking about the situation, and you end up making the situation bigger than it really is.
  8. Apply a full stop to any unnecessary thoughts. Think when it’s necessary. No extra thoughts allowed.
  9. Thinking too much makes the head heavy. So take care of your head and if it becomes heavy, take the time to make yourself light again.
  10. Be free from over-thinking about how much there is to be done. Think useful, constructive thoughts and you’ll stay light and peaceful. Then the work gets done.
  11. Whatever you think about is revealed through your face. Think happy thoughts, and it’ll be visible on your face – it’s in your smile.
  12. Don’t create obstacles. Don’t be afraid of obstacles. Be the one who overcomes all types of obstacles.
  13. Don’t worry. Don’t hurry. Don’t curry, mix things up to create problems.
  14. Fear, worry and doubts deplete your energy and your inner strength. Change negative into positive and create energy and strength.
  15. When you’re not sure about what to do, turn your mind within and touch your inner stillness. In stillness there’s clarity and you’ll know what you need to do.
  16. God is my Power Supply – always there, always available.
  17. Instead of worrying about how others perceive you, pay attention to how you perceive others.
  18. One of my mentors once said, ‘If you’re given a task, you’re also given the power to fulfil it.’ Trust yourself and have confidence in your inner capacity.
  19. Whenever I meet someone, I want to share with them the gifts of knowledge, peace, love and power.
  20. I take light and might from God, and I have total faith that everything will turn out right.
  21. God is my friend, my companion. I feel God’s hand on my head, His hand in my hand, and together we’re able to do everything.
  22. I regularly get asked: What do you do all day long? What’s your schedule? I just care, share and inspire.
  23. Once when I was asked if I was married, I said “yes, to God”; and when asked if I had children, I said “two, happiness is my son, peace is my daughter. We are a small, happy family.”
  24. My vocation is to do nothing. I am no author or speaker. I just know how to use my heart, mind and eyes well.
  25. I was once asked by my mentor, “Do you give sorrow to anyone?” Since that day I have paid attention to not give sorrow to anyone nor take sorrow from anyone.

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