Consciousness ‘Cause & Effect’ !

March 14th, 2012 by Jashodhara Purkayastha

When I started reading the book ‘You Can Heal Your Life’ by Louise Hay, a question raised in my mind, can we really heal our life? I started experimenting myself. After five chapter, I got  mouth ulcer near my lips and it was really painful. I thought if I follow the new pattern that she has mentioned in her book, it may subside and go away. I started saying this in my mind for several times for atleast two to three days. My condition worsened more. I felt feverish. Ulcer widened, I was really unwell.

I searched internet for Home remedy, started following one or two, but in vain. I joined  yoga class for regular practice but ulcer is in the same condition. Then I realised that I have to find out my own cause of suffering. As I myself delved in spirituality from young age and followed the goodness of onself and others, I began to analyse myself. In every step of my life, I analysed and did the things and always went ahead. I always listened to my own conscious and did the work. As we live in the society, we have to sometime listen to  other people also. But I have noticed one thing that whenever I listened to others and not followed my own conscious, I did a mistake and suffered.

 So while writing the previous topic on my site — For the students — I saw the quotes of  Swami Vivekananda and started working on consciousness more. Then I realised, I may have scolded or got angry with someone, when my house was full of guests few days back. The ulcer, though its there yet, is diminishing very slowly.

 I realised,  due to our own action we suffer in life. Due to our own action, we enjoy our life physically and mentally. We all are different entity in this world. We all are born with certain natural phenomenon, certain Sanskar. Accordingly, we behave and act.

Reading books, gives us some information but our life is different, our experiences are different, our living style is different, our way of thinking differ, so is our Action-Reaction.

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Posted in Psychology, Social Issues, Spiritual, Tips | 11 Comments »

11 Responses

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  8. SANJEEV SHARMA Says:

    Yes when you are positive things do work. It is all in the mind.
    Life is uncertain and reaction to each situation makes us wise.

    Weather you lose or win you learn something.

    You cannot live life with a Guide, you got to experience and learn.

    Good thoughts keep it up.

  9. Jashodhara p Says:

    Thank you all for your comments.It gives me encouragement to write again and again.

  10. Namrata Says:

    Very nice article.. Yes life is all about Action-Reaction and one cannot change their there past actions but should learn from there past actions. Thanks for wonderful article. I have started liking that book after I got to know about that book from you.

  11. Swapan Purkayastha Says:

    Soul is ageless. So our Act has to be a controlled one. The control should not set-up Stress. The opposing act can be for the better.
    The senses are the inlet to the Brain and so keeping focused as a habit for Good service can lead to improvement.
    This is a nice article, at least reaching for public with the Idea ‘Who Has Seen Tomorrow’.

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