Tuesday 5 March 2013

Cutting Chai with Bhawana Somaaya - Day 61

Rethink your mindset
5.3.2013, Mumbai

Have you realised how the most appropriate messages come to you at absolutely the right time. This morning I found this in my mail and it comes from Dadi Janki of Bhramha Kumaris.

She says those who make spiritual awareness a focus of their lives conduct in a benevolent way. It is as though there is a natural draw towards good deeds, towards meditation and towards offering of service from the heart. In all her lectures Dadi Janki elaborates on the virtue of detachment.

Says Dadi “Attachment and greed distract us from performing elevated actions. Unless you detach and renounce you will continue to desire and accumulate, you will continue to get upset and disturbed. The only way to free you from the cycle is to become like a flower. A flower radiates fragrance and happiness and so must you. Don’t waste time and energy getting upset and hurt. Spread happiness, let everyone you meet benefit from your fragrance.”

Bhramha Kumari philosophy emphasizes on the virtue of Rethinking the Mindset. Dadi advices her followers to set their mind with a determined thought – can be significant in your life at that moment. Once you do that - forget the thought and don’t delve on it. All you have to do is to say to yourself once ‘I have set my mind and this is what I am going to do.’ That’s it! Now all you have to do is to have faith in yourself, in others and in God. If you trust then the universe will work to make your wish happen…

Dadi reveals that what she is sharing is deep and real. “I have benefited from the exercise and want you to benefit too. If you think too much – about anything or anyone - you waste a lot of time. There is no need to ask too many questions, get agitated, confused, just submit to the moment. When your mind is clear, you find the answers and move in the right direction, at the right time to do the right things. What is important is to stay pure. Do whatever you need to do now and submit to the universe…Om Shanti! ”

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