रविवार, 12 अप्रैल 2009


Solitary trees, if they grow at all, grow strong.
Winston Churchill

Spiritual wellness is the process of getting in touch with your spiritual core. It is a dedication, unique for each individual. It is the process of looking within to become more in touch with the spiritual dimensions of one’s life. Spiritual wellness forms an integral part of a balanced life. It includes concepts like non-judgment , discipline , selflessness , forgiveness etc which increases our sense of inner peace. It may involve a prayer , meditation or specific spiritual practices that supports our connection with supreme power. It is important for everyone to believe in the meaning and purpose of spiritual wellness.
Spiritual wellness enhances the connection between one’s mind, body and spirit. It makes one experience love , joy and fulfillment , ethics , values and code of living. It gives a sense of purpose and meaning of life.
One should listen to their inner voice and be attentive to the feelings , emotions and thoughts within. Often the inner voice helps in finding correct direction. Human by nature is indecisive and looks at external reaffirmations and support for taking even simple decisions eg when one goes to buy a trouser in a shop one is so indecisive that one keeps asking the salesman which trouser is good , which colour is good etc before buying and once the salesman says a particular trouser is good , one invariably agrees and buys that piece. One has to learn to listen to the inner voice for all decisions first.
When a stream approaches a series of rocks, it has no preconceived plans for passing them. It does not see the rocks as opponents or as threats to its own existence. The very fluid nature of water tells it how to rightly meet everything in its path. Let this natural wisdom also guide you. Meet everything with a free and flexible mind, which is not tied to past experiences. Reflect on your beliefs and follow them as per inner voice.
Maintain the health of your soul. Find inner serenity of yourself. Different people have different ways of centering themselves in a calm place – meditation, prayer, recreation, gardening, exercise or solitude. Find what works for you and then make sure you find the time to pursue it. The greatest glory doesn’t consist in never falling , But rising every time one falls.
Be forgiving and grateful.

“All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think, we become.”
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi

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