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How to sail your life wisely!

You can either go with the flow or you can oppose the flow, one who decides what to prefer according to the situation is the sailor sailing his life wisely

Every one of you is familiar with the saying 'Just go with the flow'. Yes, sometimes this is the best solution for the problem. Now think wisely, most of the time, going with the flow is the only option left, for the natural problem or an inevitable problem(like death, natural calamity, etc). In these cases, one can ignore and try to move on to overcome. But, what about our daily problems? We can't just ignore them, and move on to our routine life. 

Consider your life as an endless ocean. An ocean which is full of uncountable waves, which is an analogy to our never-ending life problems.  Your mind(ship) is sailing in this ocean. Sailing alone without a sailor. Just like a ship requires a sailor to control it, your mind needs a controller. Your inner consciousness act as a controller for your lost mind. Your ship cannot be sailed in the correct direction without a proper sailor. You cannot reach your destination if the mind is not properly controlled. 

Hence one should master the art to control his mind. 

Intelligence gifted to you is not beneficial until one learns the ability to control the mind

One who can control his mind with the help of inner consciousness and guide it towards the right direction is said to be the master of the game of life. For this, you need to develop your inner conscious in such a way that it can take the correct decision in problematic situations. To develop the inner conscious one needs the transcendental knowledge of his existence and purpose of his precious life. Spirituality helps to achieve this knowledge of self-discovery. In spirituality, doing it is the easy part but knowing what it is, is tough. 

Once you mastered the ability to control the mind, you can sail your lost ship easily. You can direct your ship in correct direction. Whether to go with the flow i.e to move on or to oppose the flow and fight back. Sometimes you have to fight the problem, solve it to move further in the next stage of life. Sometimes it's not you, capable to solve the problem. You just have to let the things go.


  • Develop your inner conscious.
  • Learn to control your mind.
  • Act according to the situation.
  • Sail your life with wisely.
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