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Bless those who hurt you
The article The outcaste by Jarna Kataria in the June 2019 issue of Life Positive left me dumbfounded with admiration and respect. If we bless, instead of cursing the people who hurt our feelings, we get healed. Our life gets healed. Two months ago, I had taken my car to the service station. Despite a prior appointment, there was too much delay in providing the services. Consequently, I lost my temper and shouted at the service station manager.
On reaching home, I realised that even though my anger was justified I could have avoided shouting.
Before the next visit, I closed my eyes and recalled the scene. I said sorry to the person whom I shouted at and I felt that service manager also realised it. This time all the employees, as well as those who attended to my car were very polite and there was no delay. Forgiveness meditation healed the situations.
Please convey my thanks to Jarna Kataria for writing such a valuable article.
Manmohan Singh Kalsi, via email
A timely reminder
Life Positive articles are strikers. They knock at the deeper levels of our psyche and remind us of the ultimate purpose of life. Prawesh Singh’s lead story, The Guide, in the May 2019 issue really guided the readers. It reiterated the need to move towards being natural at a time when we are busy highlighting our outer image in the rat race of this show-off world. When the pure soul with all the karmic baggage falls into troublesome patterns, we cry and say “Why me?” But when this suffering takes us to the spiritual ladder, we realise that the purpose of life is to return to the Source, the Divine, after clearing karmic baggage with lessons learnt in each life.
Thanks for reminding.
Tripta Dewan, Rishikesh
The cover story by Prawesh Singh, The Guide, in the May 2019 issue of Life Positive was informative. Everything in nature has a purpose. However, we have forgotten our true nature in the pursuit of career and family comforts. The world lacks meaning in the true sense. Technology has created WhatsApp and other social media platforms, but they do not fill the void. People who chat on WhatsApp or Facebook can hardly make any meaningful conversation in person. Even while travelling, people project the outward world through their selfie-sticks, which is a false image. Being divinely guided in seeking one’s real Self can help us lead a better life. The baggage clearance incident at the airport mentioned in the article raised questions in my mind. It showed how airports function, causing discomfort to travellers.
Boomija, via email
I was going through the April anniversary issue of Life Positive, when the article Like son, like mother by Aarti Raheja truly touched my heart. Is was a highly courageous and heart-rending sharing. It requires a lot of mental balance and the presence of a spiritual guide at the right time to achieve a realisation like this. Aarti was fortunate to receive it from the Universe. I would like to have her book Where One Is Not a Number.
Shyam Balani, via email
The article, The flower of consciousness, by Rajini Menon in the April 2019 anniversary issue of Life Positive was very impressive and inspiring. Her experience is comparable to that of Bhagavan Ramana Maharshi, who left for Tiruvannamalai after having a similar realisation and stayed there till his mahasamadhi. For someone having no knowledge of scriptures, having not done any saahana, and having neither a guru nor any spiritual guidance, getting such an experience is very rare. The Upanishads endorse her feelings post enlightenment. And the ‘last drop’ mentioned by her is being awaited by many seekers of truth.
Thank you for publishing this inspiring article.
M. Narayanan Kutty Menon
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