Monday, November 5, 2012

To become an embodiment of peace is to become a bestower of peace.

Message for the day

Projection: People in the world only want peace and happiness. When we experience peace ourselves we can give others this experience too. Where there is peace there would naturally be happiness too.

Solution: It is very important to spend a few moments each day in solitude. During this time I need to practice stabilising myself in one powerful thought. Let the experience of peace from me flow to others too. During interactions too, let me keep my mind free from waste thoughts and I will find that others will be free from them too.
  Soul Sustenance

The Physical And The Non-Physical

In life many happenings cannot be explained only in material or physical terms. At certain points of crisis (negative) or inspiration (positive), there are deep emotional and spiritual experiences which separate us from the world around. We look inwards at such times; we look into religious or philosophical books, into rituals or symbols, in order to understand these experiences. We are subject to a continuous commentary on life around us from our own thoughts, feelings and deductions. These faculties of thinking and forming ideas, desiring and deciding (and all the different aspects which constitute our individual personality) are non-physical, yet nevertheless real . we cannot deny their existence. Indeed, anything perceivable to us comes from two sources; that which is detected by the physical senses and that which arises from impressions recorded on these subtle (non-physical) faculties (mentioned above). The things that we can see, taste, hear, smell and feel, as well as the body itself are formed of matter. But the subtle faculties of mind, intellect and personality make up what we call consciousness.

In Spiritual Service,
Brahma Kumaris

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