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Seven Techniques To Let Go Off The Past
Seven Techniques To Let Go Off The Past (Part 1)
Almost each one of us carries a heavy or subtle burden of negative events and happenings that have taken place in our life sometime in the past, either an immediate past or a far-off one; which reduce our present contentment levels immensely. The negative past could be of any form – you experienced the loss of a close loved one due to a break-up or sudden death; you went through a serious physical illness or a very lean phase of financial loss, you were abused on a mental or physical level; you were not treated properly by a colleague at office and undue advantage was taken of you; you performed an inappropriate action and you repent up till now, even after many years have passed, and many such similar and different types of incidents.
There are three different types of processes for removing negative past memories from our consciousness:
* Modifying – A negative past event is modified into a positive, beneficial form and then stored in the consciousness.
* Forgetting – Memories of a negative past event are forgotten and do not exist either in our conversations or in our conscious mind or thoughts, but traces of those memories exist in the sub-conscious mind.
* Erasing – No traces of the negative past exist in the consciousness and memories of it are completely removed from the sub-conscious also.
We need to take the help of all the different aspects or techniques of spirituality and not depend on only one or two for these removal processes. In the next two days’ messages, we will explain all these different techniques of spirituality, which if incorporated in our life, help us experience lightness and emotional freedom from the past. All of them have their own unique importance.
(To be continued tomorrow …)
Message for the day 13-07-2014
The one who takes inspiration from others keeps moving forward.
Projection: When I look at the specialities of others, I sometimes tend to get discouraged. At such times my own weakness(es) look very prominent and my specialities remain hidden. Such comparision might not actually lead to jealousy but subtly continues to have its influence on me in a negative way.
Solution: At all times I must make sure I am constantly moving forward. Looking at others’s specialities I need to take inspiration from them. I need to see what aspect I can imbibe in myself too. When I do this I will be able to experience constant progress being free from negativity.
In Spiritual Service,Viewing:-250
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