Criticism of others (people, groups of people, countries all over the world) would be a great lesson, if not for one small but... the Main source of energy loss is discussed. Many ascetics and saints went to secluded places, to prevent empty talk.
The wise man keeps his mouth closed, he knows that the candle burns on the language ©Chuang Tzu
This applies not only to spirituality but also to those who want to succeed in business or any other activity. Ability it is beautiful, but correct and polite to speak very seriously studying all the world's leading universities and business schools. Even in the criminal world, to climb the gang hierarchy, you need to be able to control the tongue. All with a deep understanding of quote saying that the word can kill a person. In your own words, in just a few moments, you can spoil life for themselves, their children and grandchildren, and especially successful can even grab the "baggage" for future incarnations.
Few minutes of anger can destroy years of friendship. Can tens of years to do service to God and ten minutes to lose everything and be in a much worse condition than before the service. How can this happen? For example, because of insults to the Holy. The problem is that Holy can be defined only by the Holy. Most people have nothing to do. Body this is not. Nersville. “As a strong rock can not be moved by the wind, so the wise men unshaken among julani and praise” Buddha.
And very interesting it looks on the subtle plane. If it is very simple:
the "critic" gives "sacrifice" their bright qi and takes in return the dark qi gaps and challenges "victim". Tao is a great Kidder.
In the "Bhagavad Gita" says that the austerity of speech consists in speaking the truth with nice words. In the East the man who cannot control his speech is considered to be very primitive, even if it is "academic" in the West.
In any case, it is well to remember that:
"In the eyes of God there is purity and impurity. It belongs only to your vision of the world. What are your thoughts, so are you. You look at the world through colored glasses, mistakenly attributing the world these colors. A defect of your vision makes you see defects and shortcomings, not actually existing in the universe.
The shortcomings that you ascribe to reality, is a distortion of reality of your flawed thought processes and emotional experiences. Instead of blaming their own shortcomings on other people and circumstances around you, you should pay attention to yourself and try to achieve inner harmony of thoughts and feelings through proper practice." (Summer Showers 1990).
All the Teachers say that every second we are either closer to God or farther from Him. Every situation is a lesson. And you have to be grateful for every sent to us the situation. The source of all wants only the best for us. Every moment focused on our training. As soon as we have complaints, our connection to source is blocked. Each situation is given to us so that we can work on ourselves. The less we are in harmony, the more we strained, the more severe the lessons will come to us next time. "Acceptance of events and circumstances is the great secret to happiness. Happiness comes when you are trying to manage your life" Joe Vitale
Nothing increases the tension and does not strengthen the ego, as a sense of rightness. To be right means "to believe" in the truth of some point of view or opinion. Of course, that you could feel yourself right, you need someone else who will be wrong. "You can be right or you can be happy" (Eastern wisdom). Any ego accepts the opinions and points of view for the facts. And it is not able to distinguish the event from the reaction to it. Every ego is a master of division, although all read that the Highest Truth Is Unity.
“We must become the change you want to see” Mahatma Gandhi.P. S. For completeness, Japanese parable.
In Japan, in one village near the capital lived a wise old samurai. One day when he was teaching with his disciples, he was approached by a young fighter, known for his brutality and cruelty. His favorite technique was a provocation: he led the enemy of himself and, blinded by rage, he accepted his call, made mistake after mistake and as a result lost the fight.
The young soldier began to insult the old man: he threw stones at him, spat and swore last words. But the old man remained unmoved and continued training. At the end of the day irritated and tired young soldier get out. The disciples, astonished that the old man made so many insults, asked him:
Why didn't you challenge him to a fight? Is afraid of defeat?
The old samurai replied:
– If someone approaches you with a gift and you don't receive it, who will own gift?
– My old employer – said one of the students.
– The same applies to envy, hatred and curses. Until then, until you accept them, they belong to those who brought them.published
P. S. And remember, just changing your mind — together we change the world! ©