Paul Nijar

Spiritual Insights on Your Everyday Troubles

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What’s Way Worse Than Wasting Money?

“Time is money.” – Benjamin Franklin

We often hear entrepreneurs suggesting that they want to maximize their profits by squeezing a dollar out of every minute. When I think of time, I don’t think in terms of money, I think in terms of what did I get done? Was I able to get the most out of my day? Or did I waste my day doing things that don’t matter?

“Be selective with who you invest your time, wasted time is worse than wasted money.” Continue reading


Does Running Away From Problems Count As Exercise?

We all have different issues that we have to face in our lives. The circumstances that we go through provide many different challenges and struggles that we must deal with along the journey. We all have different methods in dealing with those struggles. A lot of people tend to avoid their struggles all together. They will rather run away from them than have to deal with them face-to-face.  Quit running away from your problems like you’re in a 100 meter dash!

Running away from any problem only increases distance from the solution.  The easiest way to escape from the problem is to solve it. Continue reading

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“Everything I Thought I Was & What I Came to Be.” is a self-help, spirituality, meditation and spiritual awakening book.  Yes all of the above and more!

The book was a long time coming for me!  The years of writing were in addition to the years of struggling I had to endure that lead to this book.  The writing details the struggles I was going through in my life.  We all have questions in our lives, how we discover our answers is unique to our journey.  I looked toward my journal for insight. Rather than writing a “dear diary” I wrote to myself as if having a conversation with someone else.  As my writing took flight, I found much of the answers to those questions, were coming from somewhere beyond my own consciousness.

The book shares my journey through my spiritual awakening.  The insights that appeared on those pages are now being shared to those who also seek answers through their struggles.

We are all on separate journeys to the same destination.



“Everything I Thought I Was & What I Came to Be”

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How to fight the mind and win!

The mind creates such a battle ground for unwanted thoughts.  These thoughts come and go at its own leisure.  As they cycle over and over again, they are taking a toll on one’s healthy state of mind.  This brings the individual to vibrate at such a low frequency making them feel anxiety, depression, anger and frustration.