A person experiencing the guidance of god, who is represented as a supreme and divine point of light

How to Experience God’s Support & Guidance?

In a world brimming with challenges and adversities, it’s a common quest among many to seek divine support and guidance. The concept of God’s presence in times of turmoil and joy alike has been a source of comfort and strength for countless individuals. This blog post delves into understanding how one can experience God’s support and guidance, even when faced with negative circumstances and actions from others.

Experiencing Divine Support in Adverse Situations:

Life often throws us into situations where we encounter pain and suffering, sometimes caused by others. In these moments, it’s crucial to remember that each individual, including those who cause us pain, is a child of God. Blessing those who hurt us might seem counterintuitive, yet it’s a powerful way to experience God’s support.

The Power of Blessings:

When we bless someone who has wronged us, we initiate a cycle of positivity that begins with ourselves. Blessing others not only brings happiness to them but also to ourselves. It transforms our homes, neighborhoods, and eventually, the world into a happier place. This concept aligns with the teachings in Murli, a spiritual scripture, which emphasizes the importance of not harboring sorrow but instead, focusing on giving and receiving blessings.

God’s Ever-Present Support:

In moments of distress, it’s essential to remember that God, referred to as ‘Baba’ in this context, is always present. Just as a child finds solace in a parent’s lap, we too can find comfort in God’s love. This divine love helps us heal and encourages us to respond to negativity with positivity. Instead of seeking revenge or harboring hurt, remembering God and His wisdom can provide immediate healing and the strength to bless others.

Changing Our Response:

The teachings emphasize a shift in how we respond to those who hurt us. Instead of returning anger with anger or hurt with hurt, we’re encouraged to offer blessings and happiness. This transformation in our response is rooted in the understanding of the other person’s innate goodness and our karmic connections.

Your Home as a Sanctuary of Peace and Blessings:

Transforming your home into a sanctuary, or ‘Ashram’, where peace, love, and blessings are the core values, is crucial. In this sanctuary, each family member becomes an idol of peace and blessings, just like in a temple. This transformation begins with self-change, which then radiates to the entire household and beyond.

Essence and Actionable Tips:

To truly experience God’s support and guidance, it’s vital to change our perspective and reactions to negative situations. Practice viewing each adverse incident as an opportunity to remember and connect with God. Bless those who hurt you and transform your home into a sanctuary of peace. Remember, you have the power to change not just your surroundings but also the wider world through your thoughts and actions.

Thought-Provoking Questions:

How can you apply the concept of giving blessings in your daily life?

In what ways can you transform your home into an ‘Ashram’ of peace and positivity?


Guided Meditation Practice

(Turn on above audio and start practicing meditation)

As we begin, find a comfortable and quiet place to sit. Gently close your eyes, or keep them half-open if that helps you focus better. Take a deep breath in… and slowly release it out.

Now, visualize yourself as a soul, a tiny point of light located in the center of your forehead. This light represents your true, peaceful, and powerful self. Hold this image in your mind.

As you sit in this serene state, let’s reflect on the wisdom shared in the blog post. Even when others cause us pain, let’s remember to bless them. Blessing them is an act of giving happiness first to ourselves, and then radiating it to them. We are all children of God, the Supreme Bestower of happiness.

Envision God’s presence with you, like a parent comforting a child. Feel God’s love and acceptance enveloping you, healing any hurt and transforming it into strength. Say in your heart, “My Baba, God is my Baba.”

Imagine the scenario where someone has wronged you. Instead of reacting with anger or hurt, visualize yourself remembering God’s wisdom and power. See yourself responding with a blessing, changing the energy of the situation.

Now, see your home transforming into an ashram, a place of peace and spiritual learning. Visualize yourself as an idol in this temple, radiating peace and love to everyone who enters.

As the meditation draws to a close, remember this powerful affirmation: “I am a child of God, a master bestower of blessings and love.” Carry this affirmation with you as you gently open your eyes (or fully open them if they were half-closed).

Remember, you have the power to change your responses, your environment, and ultimately contribute to a more peaceful world.

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