Healing is not an entitlement but a privilege



Not just for yourself, but also for those in need. Allow grace to flow into your life. Through selfless acts of prayer and service or sewa.

Why? Because you never know, when you might need a prayer or help.

Just because you are seeing a doctor, therapist or healer does not ensure you will be healed completely. This truth is toughest to learn. Not everybody will see a past life and heal. We are just mediums, to facilitate healing. It is nature that heals. Life or God itself.

Over the years, we have seen our near and dear ones, friends and family suffering endlessly, even perish without recovering or understanding a simple truth, which would have made them change their life’s course to healing, well being and light. This made us realise one simple fact – No one heals beyond their karma. Before their time. Or before they have cleared the karma, or learnt the lessons. No one can grow spiritually if they haven’t shed their karmic baggage first. No wonder, brave souls take lifetimes of immense suffering to unburden themselves, learn tough lessons and rise towards the light.

So do good karma, have a devotional path, life will bring your right healing tool and path for you.

Despite a plethora of healers and doctors, the difficult fact remains: Not every body is ready to heal karmically. Or does. Not all relationships or conflicts heal. Tough to accept.

Much of healing is mysterious. It keeps us humble, free from feelings of grandiose. No wonder hospital wards are filled with people, who never heal.

Some illnesses come as tough teachers. For us and those around us. May we be willing to live in the cloud of unknowing.

May God, our Inner wisdom guide us all towards healing. Towards light.Step by step, day by day. Let’s be silent enough to listen.

असतो मा सद्गमय ।
तमसो मा ज्योतिर्गमय ।
मृत्योर् मामृतं गमय ।

From falsehood lead me to truth,
From darkness lead me to the light,
From death lead me to immortality.

– Bṛihadāraṇyaka Upaniṣad


– Abhishek

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