MESSAGES FROM SHREE VASANT
FROM INTUITIVE GUIDANCE
The different flavors are to physical health, what different experiences are to mental health.
flavors are important for maintaining physical health.
Could it be that, although we seek only joy, unpleasant moments are also important for our personal-spiritual development?
We can remember what the Spiritual Scientists tell us:
Upon awakening from the LIFE dream, we realized that:
1.) We have always been Divine
2) We are gods that believed to be flesh and bone
3) That we do not need anything, because we are already full (satisfied)
And without a doubt, by practicing the Fivefold Path (Yajnya, Daan, Tapa, Karma and Swadhyaya), it becomes easier to "Choose to be happy, today, tomorrow and always with whatever happens".
Thus, we can look for Self-realization with the same passion as we seek food/pleasures.
Thus, we can long to fill ourselves with God as hard as we long to feel the air entering through our nose and fill the lungs.
OM FIVEFOLD PATH OM
OM HAPPINESS OM
OM ANANDA OM
OM SHREE OM
Continuing our Self-study (Swadhyaya), we come to these points that are very important in our lives.
These are some Reflections:
Sometimes I talk so much that I do not listen.
Sometimes I talk so much that I do not think.
Sometimes I talk so much that I do not see.
Sometimes I talk so much that I do not feel.
Sometimes I talk so much I do not understand.
Sometimes I talk so much that I do not appreciate it.
Sometimes I talk so much that I do not live.
But there are also times that:
-We can speak without words.
-We can express ourselves without drama.
-We can love without gifts.
-We can be happy without euphoria.
-We can understand without arguing.
We can try to change:
– the people
But we can also cultivate:
– detachment to be free
– strength to transform us
– Temperance to resist
– wisdom to know when to push or let it be
– Stillness to fly
And of course, always we can choose:
– To Be happy with everything
– To see God in everyone
– To Give Thanks for Everything.
Yes, yes, yes, sometimes in our foods, we have sweet, sour, salty or bitter experiences, etc.
And although some prefer sweets, in Ayurveda, we recognize that other