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Evolve and Elevate: Break the Glass, You are the eating bird and God is the witnessing bird, What is the greatest mistake someone can make unknowingly?

Evolve and Elevate: Break the Glass, you are the eating bird and God is the witnessing bird, what is the greatest mistake someone can make unknowingly?

Idea of the Week

Break the Glass

 

 

Lesson of the Week

You are the eating bird and God is the witnessing bird.

Bhagavad Gita says:

Who has the authority to read Bhagavad Gita?

Bodily changes that happen by the atomic soul is an accepted fact. Even the modern scientists who do not believe in the existence of soul but at the same time cannot explain the source of energy from the heart, hence they are bound to accept all those changes that happen while going from childhood to boyhood, from boyhood to youth and again from youth to old age.

From the old age, the change is transferred to another body.

The transference of the atomic soul to another body is possible by the grace of Paramatma (super soul).

Paramatma (super soul) fulfils the desire of the atomic soul as one friend fulfils the desire of another.

The Vedas as well as Upanishads define the existence of soul and super soul just like 2 bird friends sitting on the same tree. One of the birds which is the atomic soul is eating the fruit of the tree and the other bird (Krishna) is simply watching His friend. Although both the birds are same in quality but one is attracted by the fruits of the tree while the other is simply witnessing the activities of His friend.

Krishna is the witnessing bird, and Arjuna is eating bird.

Although they are friends, one is still the master, and the other is the servant.

Forgetfulness of this relationship by the atomic soul is the only reason for going from one tree to another or from one body to another.

The Jeeva soul struggles very hard on this tree which is a material body but as soon as he agrees to accept another bird as the supreme spiritual master-as Arjuna agreed to do by voluntary surrender unto Krishna for instruction-the subordinate bird immediately becomes fee from all the lamentations.

 

Inspiration of the Week: 

What is the greatest mistake someone can make unknowingly?

Being good is nice.

Being too good is great.

But being good because the world will treat you the same is the biggest mistake you can ever commit.

When you are good, the gesture fills you with exuberance before it makes another feel good.

So, it means, your goodness comes with some sort of internal bliss before it makes another person feel good.

The cherry on the cake is, that these people give you a similar energy in return which makes you feel even better.

Now what if your goodness receives malice in return?

What if your goodness is taken for granted?

What if your goodness is misused?

What if your goodness is not appreciated?

This is what we often miss out on before being too good to people.

We never anticipate the probability of a negative response in return.

And when we receive something that our goodness did not deserve, we downgrade ourselves.

We dilute our goodness because it wasn’t reciprocated.

We become bad in return because our goodness wasn’t given back.

This is when we make things even worse.

People not reciprocating to your goodness will not do you as much harm as you will do to yourself by downgrading your goodness.

Choose distance rather than making the closeness toxic.

Choose not to invest in such people rather than replacing your goodness with badness.

Don’t turn bad, just preserve your goodness from people who don’t value it.

 

 

 

♦Soul to Soul♦

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