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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Tension free Life

March 3rd, 2012 by Jashodhara Purkayastha

To the students—–

  1. Time is very precious. Time will not come back. You have to wait for the right time and opportunity.
  2. Haste is waste. Don’t hurry in life. Wait for the right opportunity.
  3. Everyone born in this world has some purpose, search and analyzes that purpose.
  4. Don’t forget your own capacity.
  5. Don’t compare yourself with other, you are an individual. Don’t kill your individuality.
  6. You are the best in your own way. You are the best, doesn’t mean that others are worst.
  7. Envy kills oneself.  Try to do the work on  your own way.
  8. Don’t try to follow anyone; you are the best in your own talent. Find out the way.
  9. Negative thought never grows, it pulls you down, and  the thought which grows upward is positive thought.Reap the  positive thought.
  10. Limit your work load.
  11.  If you are not sleeping for 7 hours, you are playing with fire, even if you have low stress.
  12. “Those who brood on the past and never live here and now, this is the cause of their suffering.” So live in the present.
  13.  If you feel that, you are a child and you are learning in every moment, from everyone, you are learning forever.
  14. Discuss each and every moment with your family and dear ones.
  15.  Smiling and Laughing is the best medicine forever.

 At the end I end it with swami Vivekanand’s words—

 Teach yourselves, teach everyone his real nature, call upon the sleeping soul and see how it awakes. Power will come, glory will come, goodness will come, purity will come, and everything that is excellent will come when this sleeping soul is roused to self-conscious activity.

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