KNOWING OURSELVES

KNOWING OURSELVES
This book can be of great value for those who want to take the path of responsibility in their lives, who want to take the first step toward freedom and self knowledge, using the topic of disease in humans as a guide. Its purpose is to help the sick person to find health status, based primarily on what happens within us. Because even if we can find help abroad (psychologists, doctors, gurus, etc.) the only ones who are able to heal us are ourselves. A book dedicated to physical, emotional and spiritual health.

Sunday, 30 December 2018

ACCIDENT, Emotional and Spiritual meaning:

It is called accident to an unforeseen event, so it is normal to consider acts of coincidence, the product of bad luck. For me, however, an accident like a disease, is a means rather than our Inner Teacher uses to warn us of erroneous behaviour that harms us and of which we are unaware.
We do not seek accidents, nor seek disease; but nevertheless, we are responsible of everything that happens to us in life.
Nobody contacts in life with something that has nothing to do. Although, in principle, this statement is unpleasant and not therefore ceases to be true. We must familiarize ourselves with the idea that one person is agent and patient at the same time.
An accident can occur when a person feels guilty, is accused of something he/she has thought or done. The accident is like a self-punishment, unconscious, to neutralize the guilt.
Sometimes we injury ourselves to demand the attention and affection of others. This attitude, in most cases, comes from childhood. The child realizes that when you are sick or are injured, everyone is aware of him/her; the mother loves him/her more, the father is more concerned with him and somehow he/she feels as the spotlight. This partnership can be maintained as an adult and unconsciously, can provoke accidents in times of discouragement.
The fear of having to face certain responsibilities in life often play tricks; especially if we do not consider ourselves as valuable people, because things do not happen as we would like, or do not feel safe, because we are afraid of the results.
The issue of aggressivity also has much to do with accidents. I mean uncontrolled aggressivity, when it dominates the person. When the mind believes in violence, violence is attracted to it.
In all cases of accidents, whether traffic, home, work, etc., the first thing to look for is the message that conveys to fix it in a conscious way and avoid the accident to be repeated more times and with a more dangerous risk for the individual.
It is shown that people who have ever suffered an accident, are likely to repeat more often, and this is because they have ignored the signal that warns them of the event and have continued with the same behaviour.
Therefore, in general, accidents are caused unconsciously and force people to make the change they consciously refuse to do.
For example, in the car as in life, one can "deviate from its path," or "skip a rule" a stop; or may not have time to slow down .... and run over another.
It may cost him/her move forward in life, we feel we are not moving forward and another that "does not see where he/she goes" comes and assails us from the rear, etc.
On the other hand, there are people who do not see the danger and play with fire and, of course, end up burning their hands.
There are those that fall in the future, stumble and fall rolling.
And finally, there are accidents that force us to a dramatic life change, such as bone fractures, product most times of extreme inflexibility.
The rigidity of the rules, or principles prevents us to adapt ourselves to life, we stall and bones can break. A fracture can also occur when you have thoughts of violence toward someone who represents authority for us, although we are not aware of them. As we cannot let ourselves to carry out our aggressive attitude, contained violence turns against ourselves.
In the end, the unconscious forces us to rest, to orient our lives adapting to the present moment, to be more flexible and that the union between body, mind and spirit is established.
Recommendations to recover physical, emotional and spiritual health:
When we have an accident is extremely important that we accept, that we assume it as a creation of our unconscious and we face it in a positive way.
First, it informs us about the mistake we have committed and, secondly, because it forces us to pay attention to us ourselves. Although initially we feel annoyed, time will show us that the accident has given us a benefit or has prevented a greater problem.
For its interpretation it is necessary to see what part of the body has been affected. It is not the same a burn on the hand and a broken leg, or a hit into the head. We must find the symbolism and analogy of the affected part with our mental patterns. So we discover that what we assume them with the mind, the body has to experience and what manifests in the body is also in the soul.
People prone to accidents need, once it has been found the specific pattern originated, change this to a positive level, must feel as worthy of love as any other being in the universe. They need to remove the limits that have been self-created and connect with the infinite and limitless power that we all have inside.
If in any case we discover that we have feelings of guilt is absolutely necessary to practice the act of forgiveness. Forgiveness frees us from the guilt and the past and connects us to the present, with power.
What does this accident want to warn me? What aspect of my life should I transform? What change of behaviour or direction am I resisting to? Did I try to hurt anyone? If not so, we must stop accusing us.
 

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