Morning Mantra

At this moment, all I need is to appreciate the little goal and its possibilities. I believe that small steps and regular action will move me toward the goal. Then, the miracle happens. The impossible becomes possible. A small bit of effort with a happy feeling and determination in the morning helps me strive more for the better.

Of course, there will be anxiety here and there, and the anxiety will not disable me.

I am worthy and deserve to feel better every day.
I enjoy life and have clarity and purpose every day.
I make my dreams happen every day.

Of course, a goal like a million miles away becomes possible with this path.

small steps
regular actions
move me toward the goal
with happy feelings
determination in the morning
and at night
I feel satisfaction
tomorrow,
the story will continue
and will be happier, healthier, and wealthier every day

DR. Rony Kusnadi Ph.D., LCPC
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Mantra to Heal Every Day

breathe to care
breathe to heal
breathe to be more mindful
breathe to free and to surrender
breathe to wonderful little surprise every day
you are here
because you are “be”
“be” amazing everyday
past – embracing
future – welcoming
present – let they be dancing together
let they harmonize, blend, and conform together
embracing the past
with radical acceptance
welcoming the future
with entire hopeful imagination
and let the present be more mindful
that the “be”
is always “WONDERFUL”
is always “AMAZING”
because of the dancing
between the past and the future
all accepting and all welcoming
I am then happier, healthier, wealthier
no matter what
I always matter
because the radical acceptance
because the entire hopeful imagination is boundless
I am becoming the one
that I want to be
so, every day
become my masterpiece
and I am always going there
always
always
happy
and grateful
no matter what,
because all is matter
always matter
that is the reason
I am there
because I am here

I breathe to care and to heal…


DR. Rony Kusnadi Ph.D., LCPC
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A Mantra: Just BE

Life isn’t always about searching for answers, trying to live in certain ways, trying to impress other people, or putting on a fake persona. It is about enjoying the moment. It is kind of sitting in traffic: “I used to get angry with the action of other people without reflecting on my action.” Instead of looking toward things, sometimes it is good to take a breath and to take a moment by the moment.

Living more in the moment and learning to let go the overthinking or trying to understand a cause without forcing. Just be, to unlearn the thoughts of what made someone feel this way and that way. Learning to breathe to care, listen to, exist to be better, do small surprises, and plan things out with a sense of wonder. Happiness then will come joyfully full of surprises. Amazingly, all come naturally, and Miracles happen every day.

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Existentialism Matter

The state of being or Existence is increased by adding responsibility, meaning, and purpose. The state of Existence is more actual by reducing the feeling of isolation; addressing the needs for freedom and belonging.

The anxiety and the fear emerged as the result of the uncertainty in life and looming death (i.e., physically, psychologically, emotionally, and spiritually).

The increased isolation and the lack of responsibility, meaning, and purpose become signs of the looming death. Therefore, it is important to end the anxiety and fear of the unknown by using our capacity with a more positive worldview to make choices (i.e., to take ownership of choices), develop our lives, and maximize our Existence and the reason for being.

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The contradictory process of the mind

The ability to sort things out to choose wisely will benefit one’s life. Repetition with the character strengths of Commitment, Consistent, and Persistent is a very good exercise to cultivate the wanted habit. It is very important if the person can reflect on the contradictory statements without judging right or wrong first based on preconception thoughts.

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Mantra for Self-Transformation

“My perspective is my reality. I can feel happy and see the good things in daily life if I am happy. When I am positive, I will see positivity in almost everything. I am the planner, to imagine, to fitting things into my perspectives. I am the little creator of my “little life,” so I guide myself down the path I will take. I become like the arrow to point in the direction and to go there wholeheartedly.

As I notice how different one breath to the next, I know it is the same with life. One day, one moment is different from the next — ever-changing, ever-evolving. The “there” and the “here” are happening simultaneously. They are all mysteries of life. Now, I realize that the difficulties mostly happened because my perspectives were probably too static or because I wanted to control them every moment and then subconsciously freeze them to be controlled.

I will probably be much better if I start changing my little perspectives to be more dynamic and grow every moment. The mysteries of life are not problems to solve but to be experienced instead: to learn and unlearn.”

DR. Rony Kusnadi Ph.D., LCPC
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The need to assess and exercise the Character Strengths

Albert Einstein said, “Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning.”

I am adding more to Einstein’s powerful statement that we all must cultivate the awareness that every day always brings new opportunities and choices. So, it is important to be aware of assessing and exercising character strengths to make better, happier, and more measurable decisions. Then, learn to surrender that the Universe will persist in helping, things are in-permanent.

DR. Rony Kusnadi, Ph.D., LCPC
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