I am a learner. I share what I have learned from Psychology, Philosophy, Religion, Health, and Spirituality…
I want to inspire you, to enjoy more your life, sex, and religion.
I try my best to connect the wisdom of the West with the East.
I think I have great insights into Meditation and Spirituality (got adored for my meditation from the President of the Hindus). I am a certificated therapist for Bioenergetic, EFT, and Hypnosis. I am the book author of 9 Books… in this area
If we would live unattached, without living our passion than we can’t learn the things that matter to us… Though try and error, we learn at best…
The world is desire (Vedanta). This means the reason why we took birth is that we want to live our desires. The passions are driving our life to live our desires.
If we ignore our passions, then we ignore our power and just go nowhere. And for sure we suffer through our passions. This means we have the choice to suffer and get the things done or just stop living.
When I see this over stupid approach to live our life unattached in order not to suffer or to make an over holy show… I remember the great story of Jada Bharata and the fawn from the Srimad Bhagavatam…
In ancient time there was a King who lived total unattached, and he was praised for it. He never had any attachment. When the time for death came, he went into the forest and lived there as a hermit. After some time he saw a cute fawn without a mother (roe deer) because the mother was killed by a hunter. The King took care for the fawn, and after some time he got so deep in love with the fawn that he was thinking every moment on his fawn. When he died, his last thoughts were on the fawn…. The next life he became a roebuck.
The Srimad Bhagavatam is showing us, that it is necessary to live our passion.
If we live our passions with awareness, our attachment will go.
This means we feel our attachments and live our passions.
The approach to avoid attachments will not work.
In the age, old people don’t like to live their passion, because they are afraid of suffering. Many old people are judging about for instance: Old Men having Sex in Thailand, with a young sexy girl. For what is that judging good? It shows only that they love to do the same thing and afraid of doing it!!!!
Two friends met on the street. They exchange their intention where they like to go… one guy was going to the prostitutes and the other to a holy speech. When both guys went home, one from the prostitutes and one from the religious speech, both died. The question is who went to the hell and who went to the heaven?
The guy who went to the prostitutes went to the heaven because he regretted to go to the prostitutes and the other who went to the holy speech went to the hell because he regretted to go to the religious speech and not to enjoy the prostitutes… Life is Life!!!!
My Video: We live our passion for becoming unattached https://youtu.be/mfmxzQzYSdo
My Audio: https://divinesuccess.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/Podcast.A/We-live-our-passions-to-become-unattached.mp3
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