7 Methods to Let Go Off the Past (Part 3)
𝗖𝗼𝗿𝗿𝗲𝗰𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻 ➤ Memories inside the soul are like imprints or impressions on the soul. Some impressions are deep, some are not. Negative past experiences leave very deep negative impressions or scars on the soul, which sometimes take a lot of time to heal and sometimes an entire birth can be spent without them getting healed. Negative past experience imprints and negative emotions like anger, hatred, fear, pain, guilt, etc. are closely linked.
➥So, correcting the self or incorporating positive sanskars fills the spiritual self with positive impressions. This, over a period of time, nullifies the effect of these negative impressions and as a result, the related negative memories.
𝗗𝗼𝗻𝗮𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻 ➤ Donation can be simply defined as the distribution of the invisible attainments one has experienced through spiritual self-transformation, to others. It helps one receive blessings or positive energy from those to whom we donate to and gives life a focused positive purpose, both of which help us immensely in forgetting our past. People who live only for themselves will find it more difficult to forget their past as compared to ones who spend a lot of time with others. Giving happiness to others helps us in forgetting our own sorrows.
𝗜𝗻𝘁𝗲𝗿𝗮𝗰𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻 ➤ The more we interact with and remain in the company of positive-minded people and have positive conversations with them, we give and receive positive energy and the more our past gets erased from our consciousness. Spirituality teaches us to look inward and experience introvertness, which we haven’t experienced for a long time.
➥At the same time, spirituality also teaches us to keep a balance between looking inward and outwards. Composed and balanced introverted, extroverted, and healthy, happy relationships with virtuous people help us remain more in the NOW-consciousness, not allowing the mind to drift too much into the past.
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Message for Today
"The one who is responsible is the one who is always light"
Expression: To be responsible means to do everything to the best of one's ability. It comes with the recognition and the understanding of the importance of the task. No action is wasted, but everything meaningfully connects to the fulfillment of the task. So there are not even ordinary actions, but only those that are meaningful.
Experience: When I take up every task that I need to do with full responsibility, I am able to give my best. Then I will be able to be light having done my task well and on time. There is never the pressure of work, but there is plenty of time for the self and for others. I also find my inner resources being used to the fullest extent.