Spiritual Medicine

January 2, 2014 at 8:21 am Leave a comment

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When we are physically ill we take medicine. The physical body is treated with a physical solution. However when we are emotionally and mentally not so well then how do we deal with that?

There is so much non-physical illness in the world today. Since it is not visible to the eyes we are not so aware of it. What is even more amazing is that, in our current state of consciousness, we try and fix the emotional, mental and spiritual disorders with physical solutions. We go on a shopping spree or indulge in chocolate or movies etc.. and in doing so we are able to manage our depression, discomfort, pain and suffering for a short time.

No matter what we do it is not possible, in the long term, to fix a problem that is non-physical with a gross physical solution.

The soul experiences suffering through negative, draining and dis-empowering feelings. To treat this we need to identify the source of the suffering. Whatever it may be, a person or a situation, if I am able to change my perception by seeing and understanding the scene in a different way, then it will allow transformation to happen in my thoughts and feelings. This will remove the suffering from the roots.

Is your medicine treating the root of the illness?

Om Shanti

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