My transition from outwardly rituals to internal mantra of sub conscious mind
Author: Jasleen Manifests
I spent a long time in bewilderness of my own thoughts, ego and desperation of wanting more, but getting further and further away from contentment. What encouraged me to write socially is the fact that I felt steered towards this path of Law Of Attraction- don't know how but feel very receptive. This blog is a story of experiences and struggles within, that so many of us feel on the journey of life; and only a few find a peaceful sense of belonging. I would like to progress and develop together with my fellow community of seekers. Thank you .
God made heaven of this earth, with beautiful creatures sharing its peaceful bliss. Then the man was blessed with freedom to make a superior choice between the cunning of mind or the innocence of heart. Man chose poorly and many of the God’s creatures were eliminated for fun, for greed and ego. Man also killed senselessly his own. God has now chosen this time to announce his justice. The cunning of man has been challenged by the might of the Omnipotent. It’ll take greater efforts to appease God. There is no time like now for a sincere remorse and amends. Wake up before the choice is withdrawn. Submit your selfish immorality to salvage your soul. Stop socio- political wars and build peace, Stop profiting from death and sow seeds of life, Stop bigoted small talks and embrace humanity, Stop abusing the earth and show respect. Then, submit to the belief in the benevolence of the ONE true power in this universe- the Universe itself. Only sincere remorse and honest amends can appease the Maker we’ve so betrayed.
Once upon a time, there was a slow-witted man in a remote village in India who was harassed by people and afflicted with name callings, such as, scatterbrained, nutty and woodenhead. But he was called with one name consistently, Pagal (mad). It seemed that misery was teasing him too- he was an orphan and was like a puppy in the street, just looking for two things in life- refuge and food, since love was an alien concept for a life that had tough row to hoe. On one cold night of winter, Pagal entered the village temple for a warm shelter in a quiet corner but the priest had him thrown out. The superstition held him as a cursed soul and a bad omen for others. The temple priest told everyone that only the blessed souls can enter the temple and he didn’t want a deranged soul to cast a shadow on the holy idols of their favourite deity, Vishnu, who is believed by Hindus to be the god of preserving life and protector of the universe. So, Pagal was banished from the village. A few days had passed when an elderly man passing by saw Pagal sleeping in a warm cuddle with a dog in the street. The old man smiled and put his hand on Pagal’s shoulder, which woke him with a shudder, afraid that another cruel hand might want to cause him pain again. But when he saw a friendly glance emitting a loving glow on him, he sat up in total shock. No one had ever smiled at him with kindness. The old man said to him, ‘ Son, don’t be afraid I am not here to hurt you.’ With these words he took out a rolled paper pack from his pocket and unwrapped a few rotis ( kind of pancakes) with pickle and offered it to Pagal, who accepted the roti and tore it into two parts- one for the dog and one for himself. They both savoured every morsel and while Pagal thanked the old man for his kindness, the dog wagged his tail in appreciation. The old man asked the poor outcast his name and said, ‘ I can feel pain in your eyes and I also know that you are a brave person to have endured so much for so long, and still hold no malice in your heart. You have not forgotten gratitude and kindness. You are not the pagal, it’s the villagers who are mad. From today your new name is Himat ( courage) and I’ll give you your very own god, who’ll save you from all perils so long you believe in it. When you want to call him, just think about him with closed eyes and he’ll help you.’ Pagal was very excited when the old man took out a stone and handed it to him. ‘Always keep it with you. This is your God now. You don’t need to go in to the temple as your Deva (deity) has come to you.’ With this the old man went away and Pagal kept the stone pressed close to his heart. He built a tiny heap of mud as a temple and placed the stone on top. Every night after the village would go to sleep, he would sneak in to the village hunting for food in the waste bins and whatever he could get he would share with his dog and thank his god before eating. It wasn’t long before the villagers came to know that Pagal had built his own temple with a mound of earth and he even has a magical stone that he calls his Vishnu. The villagers marched behind the priest to confront him for his blasphemy but saw him in deep meditation besides the holy mound of earth. The priest thought of a brutal plan. He asked villagers to get straw and arranged it around Pagal before setting it ablaze. The whole village stood there with heinous expectation and the sky suddenly changed – dark clouds roared and lightening struct down many villagers including the priest while the rain smothered the fire. Just then Pagal opened his eyes and saw many villagers dead around him, which brought a tear to his eye. Seeing this, the villagers asked Pagal for forgiveness and protection. He smiled and said, ‘ That Pagal has long gone, what you see here is Himat now. My Deva has taught me the essence of life- don’t lose your belief or compassion as god exists only in an honest heart. I am a mere servant of my master, Vishnu. Only he can protect.’ They all prayed to the stone, the god, for mercy and the sky became clear again. On that day, Himat was made the priest of the temple and only the old man’s stone was worshipped as the true image of Vishnu. I don’t need to deduce the moral of this story as it’s clear. The stone is not important but it’s your belief that makes it the God, Belief gives us courage, Belief brings compassion, Belief invokes blessings and only Belief can protect us. May I conclude by saying that the message of Law of Vibration is exactly the same- Believe in your desire and that will raise your vibration to a frequency where anything can be manifested. Let us all put our belief in the Universe and the protection for all humanity will emerge from this faith. I’ll light the 24th candle in hope.
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The privileged will fight but with their tender hand in glove Like digging the numbers precious with gorget advantageous As not felt by the masses who dare to live with just moxie Yet be called the common man, disparagingly by the shielded. To be on the frontier line, seeing eye to eye the enemy invisible Who kills with the same hand the rich, the poor and the elite. Should we see it as more Just in its blind killing spree fair? Or conquer the foe to learn our divisive ways so cruel? Some men grasped the art of greed and make a killing with it As the ordinary man is ready to fight the war most extraordinary. The opulent fight from behind the guarded walls so tall and broad While the man in the dust hide in the bush with no masks, no shields. The weapon of safety might arrive late but we have lives to save So fight with brain before brawn is gained and change the battle plan. Not yet the time to march the field, so, dig deep a trench to wait As the common man must self-restrain, stay low before he shouts. We will win the battle and the war to fly the flag for commonalty Those who call us ordinary, we will also save without prejudice.