Mind Cultivation Stories


As practitioners of life cultivation, we try to live our lives the best we can so that our life will be happy, healthy and carefree. We will not be ill. We will be far from hospitals and medication. We will die naturally without being bedridden for years before we die.

As such, we all read widely to find ways to reach our goals. Here we present some stories on mind cultivation for your enjoyment and thinking.

John’s beautiful face changed from time to time. As there are countless past events of sorrow and joy, they form a river surging in the valley of his heart.

However, the universe at the moment is very calm. The time and things that have passed are no longer in this universe. The things in the future have not happened.

So why do people often remember the past and think about the future, so that they will always live in the void?

It turned out that the beautiful eyes of Maria, not only looked tired and indifferent, but also covered with a lot of red lines. Maria was a girl who had practiced vital energy techniques for many years. No matter how tired she was, with a proper night’s rest, she should be energized and refreshed upon waking up the next morning. Her eyes should be clear and bright. She should not be showing signs like this.

Needless to say, Maria did not rest properly with her usual vital energy practice. She must have sat there and thought throughout the night about something that is difficult to solve and painful for her. Because of that, she wasted her energy and mind to such an extent that she looked so wilted this morning.

Yes! Doing Nothing will lead to Nothing Being Done. Everything in the world is disturbing. It hurts our intelligence and destroys our mind. If we maintain an attitude of Doing Nothing, we will look youthful when we are one hundred years old. This adage is simple, but will a wealthy and powerful man like the Lord understand this?

I am not blessed. What can I say?

As a young person. I do not believe in Fate and I fight to live the life that I want. However, I still cannot escape from the shackle of the God of Fate. In the Belief of Zen Buddhism, we can blame it on the rule of yinguo (a certain action will always lead to the expected result.) However, Human might will always prevail is a belief that is hard to realize in my life.

Use a good emotion to counteract a harmful and bad emotion.

It is necessary to know that Ling’s life was astray and lonely. She was brought to the Chickensong Mountain by an old lady nicknamed the Ghostmother. Although the Ghostmother loved her, she was naturally cold-hearted, and Ling, as a little girl, had always been afraid of the Ghostmother. Ling was afraid that if she was not careful, the Ghostmother would turn upon her, and she might even kill her ruthlessly.

When a person has experienced this kind of anxiety and cannot live peacefully in his childhood, he will always feel that he lacks something in the days to come. Then he would imagine it in his dream, and pursue it in his life. Even if he was lucky enough to catch it with his hands, he would be mostly unable to be satisfied. He would still have to pursue something. If he could not realize his dreams, it would be even more tragic.

Ling moved very fast, fluttering like a white wing bird flying in the woods. She arrived at the end of the woods and stood on the edge of the woods, looking at the mountains to the East of the barrier. She was willing to believe that there were terrestrial gods in the world, living in the mountains of white clouds, using the clouds to make quilts, quenching thirst with the springs of the Qinghe River, and treating hunger with delicious fruits.

They would howl on top of the tree in the mountain. They would play the flute on the waterfront. They would live a carefree life without trouble and anxiety. Whether it is a rare youthful life, or a powerful and wealthy life, they will be ditched like a piece of cloud, or a pair of worn out shoes.

In the life of the gods, Ling admired that gods live a carefree life, without trouble and anxiety. Although both Buddhist and Taoist pursue an unworldly life, they are not as natural as gods who are the immortals in the mountains. Everything seems to have never happened.

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Folks, that is all for now. If you think this article may be beneficial to your friends and loved-ones, feel free to forward this article to them. Life cultivation is mostly for older people with declining body health. If you are young and energetic, this may not be your cup of tea. However, if you have family members or friends who are middle-aged or older, they may want to practice life cultivation to maintain a life without pain or medication.

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