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#What is your Zenius piece of advise?

Zenius Means. Z is for zany, the funny side of you! E is for excellence, your passion, your drive, N is for Nifty, how neat.

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Zen is something that is naturally present in each and every one of us; all that is required of us is to break ourselves down on an intellectual level, take a moment to pause, and wish for it. Although we wish for so many different things throughout the day, almost on a daily basis, we fail to realize that we really do not want to wish for anything because we already have everything that we always keep expecting from ourselves and sometimes also from the people who are in our immediate environment.


Zen is a sort of conventional wisdom that has been practiced for a very long time and has had an influence on a very large number of people all over the world. The intimate interaction with one's own mind and with a greater, more mysterious thing that exists outside of oneself is at the centre of Zen. "Being Zen" refers to a state of mind in which one is at ease with their own internal monologue and is self-aware of their position in relation to the rest of the cosmos.



When people first start talking about Zen, the first mistake that the majority of them make is that they try to give it a firm definition, either as a practice, hobby, habit, belief system, philosophy, religious direction, or guiding principle in life. This is the first mistake that most people make. In the western world, the term "Zen" has spread like wildfire, and it is plastered on the headings of innumerable internet articles as well as other modern associations; nevertheless, such definitions all fall short of what the term actually means.


Take A Look Around! Don't you think, that you have an inescapable addition around?

If you did not have this internal fascination that you currently have, then at that time, you may have been looking in the mirror and disliking something that is significant to you. However, if you did not have this internal fascination that you currently have, then you may not have had this experience. Have you ever had the impression that something important is missing? I'm convinced that if you told yourself, "Never would have you ever," you'd let yourself know that you could do without the way that you seem, smile, or walk because these are all characteristics that the general public tends to focus on while looking at someone else or when we are growing up.


People are confused by Zen because there is no formal practice or established routine that people must perform in order to acquire the enlightenment that Zen promises as a possibility. This is the aspect of Zen that causes the most confusion. Zen Buddhists and practitioners focus on breaking through the boundaries of traditional thought and behaviour in order to witness the world as it truly is. Rather than spending weeks, months, or even years dedicated to religious texts or elaborate rituals, Zen Buddhists and practitioners focus on witnessing the world as it is.



My Zen-like piece of advice for you is to practice being present and aware in your daily life. By practicing mindfulness, you can learn to be fully present in the moment, without judging or being distracted. This can help you find peace and clarity within yourself, lessen stress and anxiety, and get closer to yourself and other people.

Here are a few simple ways to cultivate mindfulness:

  1. Practice deep breathing: Take a few deep breaths, and focus your attention on the sensation of air moving in and out of your body. This can help you to relax and clear your mind.

  2. Pay attention to your senses: Notice the sights, sounds, smells, tastes, and sensations around you. Try to be fully present and engaged with your environment.

  3. Let go of judgment: Practice accepting your thoughts and feelings without judging them as good or bad. Allow yourself to experience whatever arises, and let go of the need to control or change it.

  4. Practice gratitude: Take a few moments each day to reflect on the things you are grateful for. This can help to cultivate a sense of positivity and appreciation for the present moment.

Being mindful is a practice that takes time and work to develop. But if you work at it consistently, you can learn to be more present and aware in your daily life and enjoy all the benefits that come with it.


Additionally, you are (Z)funny, (E)passionate, and have a (N)neat and clean heart, despite the fact that you have long failed to remember it, you generally have the "Harmony" inside of you, however, you have been putting down your own self since seemingly forever, possibly since the time, you felt that you have grown-up, and you are no longer a child any longer.


This post is connected with providing you with a subtle update that you are finished in your own excellent, shrewd, flawless, and strengthened way. You should simply "Investigate," and the next time you look at yourself in the mirror, then, at that point, do ask yourself - "Aren't you somethin' to admire?' Because your radiance is comparable to that of a mirror ;)




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