Untying the Knots of Seeking Approval!
The reason truth wears an 'all knowing' smile, just like Krishna, is because it doesn't seek approval; it knows what it knows.
Let's talk about how truth doesn't need validation
How many times in life do we believe what others say about us, even when we know it's not true?
Now, here's the interesting part. When people say good things about us, it's great! We embrace those words. But when they say mean things that hurt, we still let it bother us. Why? Because deep down, we all want to fit in and be liked by others. So, we end up trying to explain to others that we're not as bad as they say.
But here's the simple truth: Truth doesn't need us to explain or defend it. It stands strong on its own.
Sometimes, people throw their feelings onto us to make us do what they want. We can't change that, but we can change how we respond.
However, there's a technique I share with people during $ DNA astrology readings$ who seek validation from others (especially those with challenging Moon and Sun karma).
It's called "Maun Vrat," which means staying silent at certain times and days. (As guided by DNA Astrologer, for maximum benefit)
It's not complicated, and it's powerful. When we practice silence, it's like giving our minds a break.
The mind and our nervous system thus learns not to react to everything people say, saving our energy.
Sometimes we need to speak up as well. To keep 'Maun Vrat', at an aligned time, makes us more aware of when to speak and what to speak and when to keep quiet - as its just a wastage of our energy. You see, over a period of time, we like Krishna, get the same sense of the 'divine knowing'
It reminds us of the value in choosing our words thoughtfully and judiciously, ultimately leading to more effective and meaningful communication.
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