On some occasions it feels appropriate to say ‘I’m not the doer’.
But, the problem is in understanding the following. When people perform crimes like murder, rape, many other brutal things, how can one be able to digest the fact that “I am not the doer. It is the Divine”?
Thanks in advance for your inputs.
Do not judge others’ actions.
If one develops the belief that Divine is the doer, he will not indulge in any crime.
Geetha came to see me. She is 39-years old and an IT professional. She is the youngest in the family. Except her, everyone is married in her family.
The only person I love is my father. He is very nice and understanding, even though at times he is rude to us – me and my mother, especially to my mother.
Do you have any male friends, even if they are your colleagues?
Nope. I consider most of them are male chauvinistic. Of course, some of them are very friendly. But, I don’t find any of them seems to understand women’s concern and plight in this male-dominating world.
No doubt she is not married. When you don’t have a good opinion about the opposite sex, how will you get married? In turn, they will sense your anger sub-consciously and will stay away from you.
Of course, I didn’t tell her this. As they are strong beliefs, it will be very difficult to convince otherwise.
- Divide your age by 3, and heal all the parts.
I don’t remember what happened during my childhood. How can I bring them to my consciousness?
It doesn’t matter. When you say, ‘I am putting my memories from age 0-13 into the Silver Triangle’, those memories will be automatically be placed inside the triangle.
- Now, heal your mother, find out when she got married, divide the age by 3, and heal all her parts.
- Heal her life till you were born.
- Heal your womb state.
The reason for healing the memories of the mother is, during one of the fighting episodes with her father, her mother would have thought, ‘I wish I am not married. Then I need not have gone through this” or “I wish not to have a baby-girl. Then she need not go through hell like me”.
These thoughts would have affected Geetha’s decisions against getting married. Of course, it is not in her awareness and therefore, she won’t be able to heal it.
- Do the healing for your father.
She will be having mixed feelings about her father which would have made her form opinions about husbands in general. So she needs to heal them as well.
May you are blessed with a loving and a caring husband. Good Luck!!!