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To be free from attachment of one’s own qualities is to have the ability to work on the self
Soul Sustenance & Message for the day 07-03-2014
Posted: 06 Mar 2014 12:30 PM PST
Soul Sustenance 07-03-2014
Internal And External Attachments – Part 2
We had explained some common examples of external attachments yesterday.
Some common examples of internal attachments are attachments to:
* your ideas,
* your beliefs,
* your opinions or viewpoints,
* your memories,
* a certain way of thinking
* a particular virtue/virtues or specialty/specialties,
* a particular power/powers,
* a particular sanskar/sanskars – either positive or negative, etc.
Whether the attachment is external or internal, the act of attaching is always internal. e.g. if you attach yourself to your job, you will say “my job”. Your job is something external, but you hold on to it inside you – inside your consciousness.
(To be continued tomorrow…)
Message for the day 07-03-2014
To be free from attachment of one’s own qualities is to have the ability to work on the self.
Expression: The main form of attachment of the self is the attachment to both one’s own specialities and weaknesses. When there is the ability to free oneself from this kind of attachment there is the ability to work on both. There is the awareness of them, but not bound by them. There is the ability to use specialities with love and according to the need. There is also special attention given to finish weaknesses.
Experience: When I am free from attachment, I am aware of them, but there is neither arrogance of the specialities nor any inferior feelings for the presence of the negativity within me. I am able to experience detachment from them and able to use my specialities with ease. I am not disturbed with the presence of the weaknesses but am able to win over them with ease.
In Spiritual Service,Viewing:-111
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