Great question...To me Pratima, my success is knowing the process in which I can obtain desired results. Results in themselves are fleeting and as we grow they will continue to grow and force us into new wants, needs and desires.
"Knowing" a process to manifest accurately in alignment with heart felt goals, while transmuting lower energy into divine Love is why I am successful.
I am contributing to the world in ways that help people, I am setting and achieving goals, I am grateful and ... well... on and on... so I guess I say I am successful now and I am becoming successful day by day now.
I believe success is living in alignment with your true passions, goals and your true self.
Success is spending everyday building your life around what you love, not building what you love around your life!
Good question: we can talk about success when there is a goal to achieve, a mission to realize, to live a victory in a discipline or against oneself...
The ingredients very important in the success are the passion and the joyfull: that's allow to be happy in the long term.
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Isn't success a strange concept? For some its fast cars, money, and fame! But I think the people who achieve this kind of success often end up feeling very empty. For me, success transcends these things, you could have all the money in the world but, if you haven't made it helping others, used it to help others or made a notable contribution to your field or, better still, the world! You will never feel successful.
Success to me is a feeling state, above all else. If I feel fulfilled in most (preferably all) areas of my life (emotional, social, physical, spiritual, etc.), then I consider that to be success. Following my passion and living my dreams = success.