Thank you so much for creating this website!!! I have really found it useful in many ways and I am only beginning to discover the various resources available here.
Thank you, also, for making it free. As a starving college student, I appreciate the opportunity to grow spiritually without having to come up with money that I just don’t have now. I hope to one day have money to give, but for now, I am extremely thankful that you have made all these great resources available to me anyway. Thank you so much!
There are techniques to help relieve others of their sorrow, by taking it on yourself, but I do not recommend trying that. It is for the likes of Master Yogis like Lord Jesus, and even they need all their resolve for such sacrifice.
Unfortunately the answer may not be what you were hoping for, but it is as follows as per my insights…
1. All you can do is empathize with another. It is not possible to determine if their sorrow is good or bad for them in the long run. So feel it with them, that is Oneness in action.
2. To help others, or for that matter the world, you have but one responsibility… to evolve spiritually yourself. Then like a pebble tossed in a pond, your presence will have a positive ripple affect on all those who are near you. That is the greatest help you can give to another.
hi anmol, one more thing. how do you deal with the sorrow of other people. i can’t just chalk it all up to karma. is there anything i can do for them beside praying. and does god really help these people even though they may not be praying, only i am.
hi anmol, thank you for this website. could you please tell us more about your day to day life. how do you combine enlightenment with raising children, being a good spouse, so on. how do you handle it when things go south.
Hard to beat to JK. Just reading his work is usually good enough to bring about spontaneous changes in one I find. Have not read much of Eckhart Tolle, but have heard a lot of good things about him too :-).
Jiddu Krishnamurti is my favorite author as well! Also Eckhart Tolle, while more simple, I find his work very important to bridge the gap between Western people and the level Krishnamurti is talking about.