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Saturday, August 15, 2015

DAILY DOSE OF SPIRITUALITY


Our life-blood is spirituality. If it flows clear, if it flows strong and pure and vigorous,
everything is right; political, social, and other material defects, even the poverty of the land,
will be cured if that blood is pure.

                                                                                            - Swami Vivekananda

It has been a long gap of around 7 months, I wrote my last post at the beginning of this year i.e. January 2015. It doesn't mean that I have been deviated from my path. In fact, that goal is my background note of whatever I indulge in my worldly affairs.

I being a Spirit is concerned with Spirituality. To immerse in this mindset is not as easy as told. It needs an arduous practice, and tremendous mental energies are required to convince your own self. That's why Buddha says that you can win over a thousand battles but to win over your own Self is a pretty gigantic task.
The best way to cow your mind in this direction is to start the morning with a bang. One of my morning's first duty is to flip through my Table-top calender of Vivekananda's quotes. Though I have been reading, re-reading those immortal quotes, month after month, every time a new perspective dawns into my thought process inching me towards my trejected path. The power quotes boost my system to feel blessed and start my sadhana.

Though, 45 years were added to me, I feel time elapsed very fast and I need to grow a lot spiritually as I weather difficulties at very step. But my writings have a soothing effect on my mind and they raise my confidence to practice with new vigour.

Laurels no doubt are soul-lifting, but the real inspiration should come from within and that is the essence of Spirituality. The reason to feel elated is that my body is Universe's ultimate sophisticated machine and I am it's owner. The jaw-dropping wonders are well within me. Without my conscious effort, my body is doing uncountable tasks to tick the system going on. Where else I could find more wonders than this?

What the Masters say is, even if you could bring a part of that hidden power to your conscious level, you can bring a lot of difference not only in your personal life but in the lives around you !

When it comes to gauge the progress on spirituality, the best way is to ask your heart this simple question: How sensitive I am to the world around me? If the answer is "I am concerned only with my progress, I think you need to walk long!

Self-search helps to slowly remove the masks we wear in our lives. It is time to remove them and see the world as it looks not as a picture you paint on people. Once you see the correct vision, you find balance and the outer ambience favours you!

The best way for self-search is to tuck away from noisy environs now and then and sit serenely to gather your thoughts and document them. That puts you more sensitive to deal with the situation with love. When you do this, the angels above smile and shower their blessings!

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