Thursday, February 26, 2015

Forgiving, Letting Go and Moving Ahead in Life with Mr. Kishore Vij in Kotdwar

Mr. Kishore Vij; our log time well wisher and practitioner of Pranic Healing visited Kotdwar facility centre on 21st February for the spiritual healing of our residents.
In this session Mr. Vij focussed on Healing Power of Forgiveness. Letting go of the past is one tough act for majority of our residents. They cling on to the memories of addiction laden days; to relationships gone stagnant. Mr. Vij led our residents on an exercise where each wrote the name of the person they wanted to forget and forgive on a piece of paper. After wards in the session, these sheets were burned simultaneously chanting the forgiveness prayer.
Mr. Vij then explained to our residents the importance of letting go. Sometimes, we hold on to people purely based on how long we have known them. Time can tie people together, but if you feel as though there’s nothing substantial keeping you connected, time is not a strong enough reason to hold on to something that’s simply no longer worth holding onto. We grow complacent with people once we’re comfortable with them. But, hanging onto someone for the pure sake of it and because you don’t know anything else isn’t a good enough reason. Fear is another reason why we can’t move on. There’s the fear of being alone and not being able to find someone else; fear of someone using our deepest and darkest secrets as blackmail; fear of the hate and tension that will ensue; fear of regret once someone is gone.
Sometimes, things are better left as mere memories. You can try to change things back to how they were or try to create things to be the way you want them, but you’ll never be truly happy because it’ll never be anything like how things once were. If anything, there’s now too much pressure and expectation in the air to recreate what you once had. Instead, hold on to and cherish the memories, but move forward. Be thankful for what a friendship or relationship brought you and taught you.
Beyond that, friendships and relationships — whilst they do have their downfalls and can require fixing — should essentially come naturally. If a person isn’t bringing something significant to your life, not treating you how you’d like or isn’t the type of person you want him or her to be, it’s a clear sign that you need distance. While it would be selfish of you to not accept a person for whom he or she is, it would be unfair for you to have to endure a friendship or relationship that isn’t cultivating a better you.

In these Pranic Healing sessions, our residents our not only coming to terms with the changes in their lives but they also are showing spiritual enlightenment. All thanks to the constant and tireless efforts of Mr. Kishore Vij along with the staff at Shafa Home’s Kotdwar facility centre.

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