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The need to quieten the mind
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May 6, 2011
3:30 am
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I am missing the person I love so much. My addiciton to her is overwhelming. Because of work commitments we are forced to be apart and I am not coping at all well. My mind is inventing all sorts of scenarios and I feel like crying most of the time. Sleep is also difficult. My closest friend told me, with love, that I need to sort this out myself and not expect my girlfriend to be able to get me out of this depression.

I have allowed myself to go to a place of insecurity, I am not feeling good about myself. This is only making matters worse and if I’m not careful I will lose the only true love I have ever had.

In the words of Echart Tolle, the only true love is the love we have for ourselves. I have to learn to live in the now. I believe through meditation and silencing the massive amount of internal dialogue in my mind, I will get back in touch with the essence of me and therefore step out of this very dark place.

May 14, 2011
7:28 am
Mar'yana
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Dear friend,

Thank you for sharing your story. Indeed, often it is in the most intimate relationships and with people dearest to us, that we areleast balanced frown. I hope you have started our meditation course, and if you did you might have already felt some changesour Kundalini energy awakens within us, it connects with our Spirit, which is our true Self. The more we meditate, the more we allow our Spirit to manifest through us, and the more we become our own person. Our capacity to love then becomes enlightened too, because we are freed from our habits, attachments and conditionings, and instead can genuinely and freely feel with someone and for someone.

I hope you give this meditation a chance, and I hope it works for you.

Please let us know how it’s going,

Sincerely,

Mar’yana

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