Human Revolution 5 – Overcoming The Loss/Separation Of A Loved One


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How quickly could a person get over the loss of a loved one and begin to feel fine?

I have recently lost my father. It’s been five months now. I have moved on with my life. I know that only his body has been destroyed but his soul is always there whenever I want to connect with him. He will exist there till my body is alive.

Yes, the fact behind the scene is body and soul. Body is a car and soul is a driver. Driver will change his or her car. At times it would be an Audi or BMW or small segment car or may be bicycle. Well, it depends on your karmas in life. So, take control on your karma, Now, before it’s too late.  

On the other hand, I have seen people for whom the wound of losing their loved ones is fresh even after many years. They are not able to move on in their life. As a result not only they but others in their family and friends also suffer. Such type of people actually live their life in their past. Their memories, especially bad ones, haunt them. In some cases, this also results in depression and other mental disorder.

One of my friends told me about his knee injury. He narrated the painful even when he fell from the 20 feet eight of a mountain during rock climbing. I thought the incident took place a month or 2 back. But the shocker came when I came to know that the accident took place some seven years back in Germany. He also had a grievance of losing his grandmother to whom he was very close. Again I thought she had passed away recently. But the fact is, she passed away when he was 14 year old. Then I found that he has no present. Therefore, he has no future. He lives in past.

Solution:

We have the capacity to do it the same day or the next day. But our beliefs and conditioning, our attachments and lack of will and inner capacity, prevent us from getting better rapidly and feeling fine. Independent of the kind of mourning that you have to go through, it is a matter of preventing your memories from invading your spirit, your mind and your heart. Circumscribe them, limit them and put them in their place: in the past. Yesterday has already passed. 

In present, we have the capacity to do it the same day or the next day. But our beliefs and conditioning, our attachments and lack of will and inner capacity, prevent us from getting better rapidly and feeling fine. Independent of the kind of mourning that you have to go through, it is a matter of preventing your memories from invading your spirit, your mind and your heart. Circumscribe them, limit them and put them in their place: in the past. Yesterday has already passed. 

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About PGC

A writer, philosopher and a philenthroper
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