October 7, 2014 in Book Reviews, Books, Tania Kotsos, The Adventure of I

Learn to cultivate silence both inwardly and outwardly. Inward silence means to take some time out of your day, every day, to silence your mind. It means to think nothing. And in the inner silence of nothingness, all becomes known to you. Not in the sense that you now have all the answers, but rather because you no longer have any questions. Outward silence means to speak only when you truly have something to say, not just because you have to say something. And make sure that what you say is what you mean. And there is no need to blurt out everything that pops into your head in the hope of getting some reaction or changing someone else’s mind. Become comfortable with Silence and you will find that it provides the most comfortable rest. Slow down, slow down, slow down.” ~ Tania Kotsos “The Adventure of I