POWER OF SPIRITUALITY

THE EIGHT POWERS

You can’t always change the situations but you can change yourself . You can never change other people. The only thing you can change is yourself change your thinking. The eight powers of  spirituality are always help you in every situation that you will face in life. With self-transformation as your goal, your life will be a great journey of discovery. You will discover how to cope with every challenge and how to live well in every situation.

 

  • the power to withdraw is the ability to step back and disengage from the world around you
  • the power to pack up is the ability to bring things to an end and to stop wasteful thinking
  • the power to accommodate is the ability to expand and accept the presence, ideas and desires of others.
  • the power to discriminate is the ability to discern the subtle, and separate what is true from what is false.
  • the power of judgment is the ability to assess the quality of choices, decisions and actions in yourself and in others.
  • the power to face is the ability to confront and resolve external and internal obstacles, tests and challenges.
  • the power to co-operate is the ability to give attention, time, experience and wisdom in the service of others and to work alongside them.
  • the power to tolerate is the ability to respond to external and internal events positively, yet not be affected by them.

You can think of yourself as a superhero, who has been given eight powers. As you learn how to use your powers, they become stronger in you. Just like any superhero, you learn the skill of applying the right power at the right time and in the right situation.

Karma

 

Our actions always set in motion an equal and opposite flow.

When we spread good vibes during the day, we feel great at day’s close. If you smile at someone, what are the chances that they will smile back at you, even if they don’t know you? If you take a moment out of your routine to ring a friend in hospital or help an elderly person load their car with groceries, positive vibes of their gratitude will reach you.

Always remember that the Law of Karma acts like an echo. If you speak about anyone’s defects or anyone’s mistakes, even if you consider yourself to be sensible and responsible, this wasteful speaking will echo back to you. The powerful law of action and reaction says that if today you defame anyone, tomorrow someone else will defame you twice as much.

Dealing with Conflict

I think that we’ve lost our inner strength and the ability to exercise what we understand to be right and true. We know that fighting doesn’t get us anywhere and quarrelling doesn’t get us what we want – it just creates a lot of negative energy – but we just can’t help ourselves. What we need to do is develop our own internal strength, recognise our own value, recognise the value of other people and accept and understand the diversity in our world. I think that we’ve lost our inner strength and the ability to exercise what we understand to be right and true. We know that fighting doesn’t get us anywhere and quarrelling doesn’t get us what we want – it just creates a lot of negative energy – but we just can’t help ourselves. What we need to do is develop our own internal strength, recognise our own value, recognise the value of other people and accept and understand the diversity in our world.