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Only do what your
tells you !
~ Princess Diana
IN SPIRITUAL LIGHT
February 14 is celebrated as Saint Valentine's Day.
Though Valentine's Day today is just confined to the love between a lover and her beloved but it has a profound spiritual aspect too.
Valentine's Day is a symbol of the love between St. Valentine and his disciples, it is a symbol of love between a Master (guru) and his disciples, or between God and his devotees, the love that a human has for the humanity, for entire creation.
Now the question is- where does this love come from? The divine rays of love of God, reaches us through the love-laden eyes of a perfect living master, it slowly wakes our soul from the deep and long slumber and completes the journey to the ocean of consciousness.
In reality, it is God, in the form of saints and mystics, who descends to the earth to merge his souls back into himself. And these saints and mystics only follow the path of love. Only a perfect master has the potential to use love as a tool to bring about a change in human’s hearts and to make them walk on the spiritual path. It is only then, when the soul finds the eternal love of the saints and mystics, it can break the bondage of fear, illusion and attachment.
Since time immemorial, saints and mystics have been exhorting the emphasis of love for God and for the Master.
God is love and our soul is a ray of that love. Love is a divine thread between God and humans on one hand, and on the other between human and the entire creation.
Come, let's ponder
♡ If we reflect this love in our lives?
♡ Do we serve each other with love?
♡ Are we kind and patient towards those who think differently from us?
♡ Do we love all the life forms?
And are we ready to embrace each as our own?
♡ Are we kind and sympathetic towards poor?
♡ Do we pray for the ill and ailing?If we don't live with love, we are still distant from God and away from religion.
If we love God in the true sense of the word, we ought to bring this in our conduct as well. On this Valentine's Day, why don't we focus on spiritual love than worldly love?
Let us make ourselves a human filled with love and empathy for the entire humanity, for the entire creation. This would be the best way to celebrate Valentine’s Day !
~ Sant Rajinder Singh Ji
"Valentine's Day in Spiritual Light"
Read the post below:
Laugh with your Eyes
Smile with your Soul
Hug with your Heart
Love with your Spirit
ㅤOne of the most spiritual things
you can do is embrace your humanity !
Connect with those around you today...
"I love you",
"I appreciate you",
"I'm proud of you"...
whatever you're feeling.
Send random texts,
write a cute note,
embrace your truth and
cause a smile today for
and give plenty of hugs !
~ Steve Maraboli
"Spreading Love" Meditation
[Source: Internet] • Duration ~ 5 minutes━━━━━✧❂✧━━━━━
━━━━━✧❂✧━━━━━What Do You Mean By Love ?Love is the unknowable.
It can be realized only when the known is understood, transcended & when the mind is free of the known.
What Is Love To Most Of Us?
In our love, there is possessiveness, dominance, or subservience.
From this arises jealously & fear of loss, & we legalize this possessive instinct. From this arise the innumerable conflicts with which each one is familiar. Surely it is not love. Nor is love sentimental or emotional, it excludes love. Sensitivity & emotions are merely sensations.
Love alone can transform insanity, confusion, & strife. No system, no theory of the left or of right can bring peace and happiness to humans.
Where there is love, there is no possessiveness, no envy; there is mercy & compassion, not in theory, but actually—for your wife, children, neighbor & your servant..
Love alone can
bring about mercy & beauty, order & peace.
There is love with its blessing when “you” cease to be.
~ J Krishnamurty