Relationships Are Built By Thoughts
Today we are doing quite a lot to keep loved ones happy. Despite expensive gifts, vacations, shopping and dining out frequently, our relationships are weakening. This is because relationships are built by our each and every thought for the other person, rather than words and behaviors. How do you assess the strength of a relationship? Is it by how the other person speaks to you, or how you respond, or how long you have been together for? The simplest way to assess is to take stock of your thinking patterns for each other. Our thoughts determine how we bond. Thinking right towards people is more important than speaking or behaving right. If we hold pain or anger about them in thoughts, and speak sweet words, conflicting energies radiate and weaken our connection. If we don’t pay attention, we judge or blame people unawares, and radiate negative energy. This is why we fail to develop good relationships with some of them despite external efforts to be nice. When we learn to focus on people’s goodness and think pure for them, we don’t need to worry about our words or behaviors with them – they will automatically be right. Remind yourself – I have perfect relationships. My every thought for people is a blessing for them.
Program your mind to create strong relationships on the basis of pure and respectful thoughts for people. Let your purity flow into all your relationships. When your interactions are based on thoughts of love and care, then your powers of tolerance, adjustment and compassion increase. Remind yourself – I am a pure being. I think good and bless everyone in my relationships.
ఆధ్యాత్మిక స్థాయిలో, భారం (ప్రెషర్) అంటే మనపై పని చేసే బాహ్య శక్తిని, దానిని భరించగల లేక ఎదిరించగల మన సామర్థ్యంతో విభాగిస్తే వచ్చేదే భారం. అందువలన, శక్తి మరియు ఎదిరించగల సామర్థ్యం ఒత్తిడి