Rujoum is the hebrew and arabic name for a cairn (a pile) of stones often used to mark a path through tough terrain.
Sometimes, when you are hiking, the fog moves in and you can’t see anything. All you can see is the next rujoum in front of you, the next sign. All you can do is walk to that rujoum. From there, you will see the next one, and the next one, and so on. Such is life. We do not get to see the entire trail before us, but we know what step we have to take next. And we know that we will get to where we need to go.
This is a blog for the “what ifers.” It’s probably the driving question in your life. What if, what if, what if.
- What if this bad thing happens,
- What if I get fired,
- What if I don’t make it on time,
- What if I’m not enough,
- What if, I fail at this game of life.
They hurt us, they make us feel terrible, they poison our bodies and world, and they actually manifest the very thing that they are trying to prevent. And yet, for some illogical reason (um, fear mostly), we are all projecting our minds into the future to solve self-created, imaginary problems. We are creating the problems in our life.
What we will come to understand though is that we can transform our “what ifs” to drive us towards everything that we want, and receive everything that we want.
Our “what ifs” transform into:
- What if this good thing happens,
- What if I get the money,
- What if I was healthy,
- What if I am enough,
- What if there was a way of living, a practice, a mindset that unlocks enormous power, joy, and hope?
What if you kept reading?
The simple purpose of this blog is not to tell you how to live the perfect life – the best diet, the best life style, the best body. We all know all those things already. The real purpose of this blog is to address the ultimate question of why don’t you do what you know is true?
There are many books, many speakers, many thinkers: Michael Singer, Eckhart Tolle, Esther Hicks, Brené Brown, Jordan Peterson, Dr. Joe Dispenza, the teachings of Zen Buddhism, the teachings of Torah. The goal of this blog is to help you understand that they all speak to the same truth, to the same secrets of our world. The goal of this blog is to unite them all and change your life.