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BK Shivani, spiritual speaker and authorAn hour ago
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The most important thing in our life is our relationship… with family, friends, colleagues. Everything we think, feel, speak, act is a vibration, it spreads to the surrounding environment. What the other person thinks, feels, acts, is their vibration, which they create and reach us. The exchange in the form of energy is what we call a relationship. Relationship is not in name only. A relationship is an exchange of vibrations between two souls. Thoughts are more important than what is done, we must always remember that the vibrations created on our side create our relationship. In relationships we focus on what we have done for each other. But more importantly, what did we think of each other? We come to understand that relationships are not what we make them. Relationships are what we think about them. Because most of the time we don’t pay attention to the mind. Society focuses on what he did, what was done to him, we went to his house, what he did to me. This means we focus on what is visible. Be it for family, friends or relatives. If the relationship was built only through actions, ie what we do to each other, then our relationship does not seem to be strong. Because we do it all day just for the relationship. After doing so much and pouring your whole life into that relationship, you realize that this relationship isn’t that strong. Why do they get upset over little things? Why do they get angry over little things? I’ve done so much for them that they don’t remember, the little things keep going. There seems to be so much focus on ‘what’ that the relationship doesn’t get stronger even after doing so much.
Try this experiment today, take your mind a little further into the past and look for any relationship where you think there should be a harmonious, beautiful flow of energy, but for some reason it doesn’t. Tried a lot, worked hard, but didn’t understand, again some misunderstanding, then another issue, again some dissatisfaction, pain, hope never ending. Go into that relationship and bring your heart to that person. You don’t see what you did to them. First, think about what your state of mind was when you did all this for them. See the beautiful relationship between parents and children. Selflessness, Selfless Giving. Father wants nothing in return. Father alone gives and gives. It’s a very beautiful selfless relationship, but when you work so hard, someone asks why you work so hard, take some rest. But, you say, for the family, for the home, and the children are still angry. He doesn’t respect us, he doesn’t spend time with us, he lives in his own world, he doesn’t pay attention to us. We put so much hope on little things that we get upset when they don’t come true. You reflect that, I have done a lot, and yet they are not satisfied with me. There is no satisfaction in sight. What shall I do to them, that they may be satisfied? And sometimes we say to them, what else can we do for you? Even after doing this you are not happy. This creates questions about relationships. Remember, relationships are built on altruism, not hope.