“Crossing the crisis is not difficult. The problem is when you are facing the crisis, you should not feel that you are not going to cross it. Because remember one thing, crises are willing to let you cross them so that they keep on existing.
That is true! If the crises won’t let you cross, they won’t reoccur. Crises want to keep going and they want you to keep crossing. But when you don’t cross, then becomes the tragedy, understand? If you ever think the crisis wants you to die, then that means the crisis is one person short. They don’t want it.
Crises do come, they shall come, they will fight you, understand? And you will win, and they will let you win. The beauty of crises is they will let you win if you just persist; because if crises don’t let you win, then there is nothing to win.” –YOGI BHAJAN –July 21, 1987
Such an interesting idea. That’s why I love, love, love the teachings of Yogi Bhajan. When I come across these teachings, it’s like nothing I’ve ever seen before.
Just the idea– the crisis you face, head on, is alive and it’s your creation. Meaning, not that you consciously created a crisis, but your sub conscious mind did. Even more amazing is that the crisis has to yield to you otherwise it dies– because you’re the creator and destroyer. If the crisis can’t create another crises, it’s no longer a crisis!
“Crises do come, they shall come, they will fight you, understand? And you will win, and they will let you win.”
If all you do is stand your ground you will win. You’re nothing but soul, and if you bypass all the mind stuff, all the neuroses, and just face what you’re facing without backing down, you will win.
“Fall down seven times, get up eight,” — Japanese Proverb
Never give up. Throw one more punch. Take one more step. Keep Up.