Friday, August 17, 2012

Others experience sweetness when words are filled with the power of truth.

Message for the day

Projection: False sweetness is saying that something is good without having taken the pains to find out what it is i.e., commenting on something superficial. Sweet words are those that are spoken after having understood the reality. 

Solution: In order for my words to make an impact on others, I must take time to see if I have really recognised the goodness in the other person. My each comment should be based on the truth that I have discovered in others and I will find others taking benefit from my words. 

Soul Sustenance

Curing Depression Through Meditation 

We all at times experience symptoms like feeling tensed, nervous, restless, frightened, having difficulty to go to sleep, forgetting important information, palpitation (fast beating of the heart), undue sweating in hands etc. The practice of Rajyoga meditation alone can be of tremendous help in overcoming these minor psychological (related to the mind) problems known as “neurotic illness”. 

In the case of patients suffering from neurotic diseases such as anxiety, insomnia (inability to obtain sufficient sleep), insecurities, phobias (fears), neurotic depression, obsessive compulsive disorders, addictions, etc. routine systematic Rajyoga meditation practice proves useful when combined with conventional medicines and psychotherapy (the medical treatment of mental disorders). First of all write down all specific symptoms, which you experience. Also do some self-analysis and try to pinpoint the cause of your diseases. While meditating, use the subtle rays of light and might received from the Supreme Being to remove suppressed dissatisfaction with self and others. At the end of the meditation practice, during the last few minutes generate positive thoughts to relieve the specific neurotic symptoms. 

(To be continued tomorrow….) 

In Spiritual Service,
Brahma Kumaris

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