Thursday, 23 February 2017

*What is spiritual maturity?*

*What is spiritual maturity?

1. Spiritual Maturity is *when you stop trying to change others, ...instead focus on changing yourself.*

2. Spiritual Maturity is when you *accept people as they are.*

3. Spiritual Maturity is when you *understand everyone is right in their own perspective.*

4. Spiritual Maturity is when you *learn to "let go".*

5. Spiritual Maturity is when you are able to *drop "expectations" from a relationship and give for the sake of giving.*

6. Spiritual Maturity is when you *understand whatever you do, you do for your own peace.*

7. Spiritual Maturity is when you *stop proving to the world, how intelligent you are.*

8. Spiritual Maturity is when you *don't seek approval from others.*

9. Spiritual Maturity is when you *stop comparing with others.*

10. Spiritual Maturity is when you *are at peace with yourself.*

11. Spiritual Maturity is when you *are able to differentiate between "need" and "want" and are able to let go of your wants.* *& last but most meaningful !*

12. You gain Spiritual Maturity when you *stop attaching "happiness" to material things !!*

"Wishing all a happy Spiritually matured life.


SONAL JAIN


CELEBRITY ASTROLOGER || TAROT CARDS || NUMEROLOGIST || VASTU || MATRIMONIALS ||

www.sonaljainvedic.com

Tuesday, 21 February 2017

#Face what you must face

A beautiful story from Mahabharata.

*Face what you must Face*

I am just reminded of a small story, an episode from Mahabharata – where Krishna & Balarama are going to the forest & by then the sun had already set and it was dark.

It was the time when we did not have forest resorts for people to stay.

So it seems Krishna came up with a proposal to Balarama, I will go to sleep & you keep watching me. Whenever you feel sleepy, you wake me up & I'll keep watching & you can go to sleep.

Krishna went to sleep, Balarama who kept moving to and fro, encountered a monster in the forest,
& the monster screamed at the Balarama. And Balarama who was shaken up by the monster shrank in size and the monster became bigger than Balarama.

The monster screamed one more time, Balarama shrank even further and the monster became even bigger.

One last attempt, the Monster screamed at Balarama, unable to take the might of the monster Balarama screamed "Krishna" & he fainted. Hearing the call "Krishna," Krishna woke up.

Though Balarama had fainted, he miss took Balarama to be sleeping and Krishna started walking to and fro.

So the monster which had seen now a new person standing there screamed at him one more time.

And it seems that Krishna instead of being perturbed, stared at the monster and asked: "What do you want?"

The Courage of Krishna made the Krishna expand and Monster Shrink. The monster once again screamed at Krishna, Krishna again asked the Monster "what do you want?"

The monster shrank even further. And Krishna expanded even more. One last attempt, Monster screamed at Krishna, and Krishna again asked the monster "what do you want?" And the monster shrunk in size.

The Epic goes, Krishna takes the Monster and ties the knot at the end of his Dhoti and places the Monster inside.

The Sun did rise and Balarama and Krishna began to walk. And as they were walking, Balarama told Krishna – you don't know what happened last night. "A monster came and it was threatening us so much."

Krishna gently took the monster out of his Dhoti and showed it to Balarama and asked – "Are you talking about this?"

Immediately Balarama says but when I saw it, it was so big but now it has become so small.

And the Veda Vyasa through the voice of Krishna says – When you avoid what you must face in life, it becomes bigger than you and takes control over you. When you face what you must face, you become bigger than it and you take control over it.

*De-briefing of the Story*

The monster here is all the challenges we face in life. If you keep avoiding what you must face, these challenges become monstrous and take control over you.

Instead of, face what you must face and you become larger than it and gain control over it.

Always remember, challenges are been given to you for a purpose - for you to become what you can become.

SONAL JAIN


CELEBRITY ASTROLOGER || TAROT CARDS || NUMEROLOGIST || VASTU || MATRIMONIALS ||

www.sonaljainvedic.com

*IT IS MORE BLESSED TO GIVE THAN TO RECEIVE...*

*IT IS MORE BLESSED TO GIVE THAN TO RECEIVE...*

Once when I was a teenager, my father and I were standing in line to buy tickets for the circus.

Finally, there was only one other family between us and the ticket counter. This family made a big impression on me.

There were eight children, all probably under the age of 12. The way they were dressed, you could tell they didn't have a lot of money, but their clothes were neat and clean.

The children were well-behaved, all of them standing in line, two-by-two behind their parents, holding hands. They were excitedly jabbering about the clowns, animals, and all the acts they would be seeing that night. By their excitement you could sense they had never been to the circus before. It would be a highlight of their lives.

The father and mother were at the head of the pack standing proud as could be. The mother was holding her husband's hand, looking up at him as if to say, "You're my knight in shining armor." He was smiling and enjoying seeing his family happy.

The ticket lady asked the man how many tickets he wanted? He proudly responded, "I'd like to buy eight children's tickets and two adult tickets, so I can take my family to the circus." The ticket lady stated the price.

The man's wife let go of his hand, her head dropped, the man's lip began to quiver. Then he leaned a little closer and asked, "How much did you say?" The ticket lady again stated the price.

The man didn't have enough money. How was he supposed to turn and tell his eight kids that he didn't have enough money to take them to the circus?

Seeing what was going on, my dad reached into his pocket, pulled out a $20 bill, and then dropped it on the ground. (We were not wealthy in any sense of the word!) My father bent down, picked up the $20 bill, tapped the man on the shoulder and said, "Excuse me, sir, this fell out of your pocket."

The man understood what was going on. He wasn't begging for a handout but certainly appreciated the help in a desperate, heartbreaking and embarrassing situation.

He looked straight into my dad's eyes, took my dad's hand in both of his, squeezed tightly onto the $20 bill, and with his lip quivering and a tear streaming down his cheek, he replied; "Thank you, thank you, sir. This really means a lot to me and my family."

My father and I went back to our car and drove home. The $20 that my dad gave away is what we were going to buy our own tickets with.

Although we didn't get to see the circus that night, we both felt a joy inside us that was far greater than seeing the circus could ever provide.

*That day I learnt the value to Give.*

*The Giver is bigger than the Receiver.*

*If you want to be large, larger than the life, learn to Give.*

*Only if you Give can you Receive more. The Givers heart becomes the Ocean, in tune with the Almighty - The Source*

*Love has nothing to do with what you are expecting to get - only with what you are expecting to give - which is everything.*

SONAL JAIN


CELEBRITY ASTROLOGER || TAROT CARDS || NUMEROLOGIST || VASTU || MATRIMONIALS ||

www.sonaljainvedic.com

*IT IS MORE BLESSED TO GIVE THAN TO RECEIVE...*

*IT IS MORE BLESSED TO GIVE THAN TO RECEIVE...*

Once when I was a teenager, my father and I were standing in line to buy tickets for the circus.

Finally, there was only one other family between us and the ticket counter. This family made a big impression on me.

There were eight children, all probably under the age of 12. The way they were dressed, you could tell they didn't have a lot of money, but their clothes were neat and clean.

The children were well-behaved, all of them standing in line, two-by-two behind their parents, holding hands. They were excitedly jabbering about the clowns, animals, and all the acts they would be seeing that night. By their excitement you could sense they had never been to the circus before. It would be a highlight of their lives.

The father and mother were at the head of the pack standing proud as could be. The mother was holding her husband's hand, looking up at him as if to say, "You're my knight in shining armor." He was smiling and enjoying seeing his family happy.

The ticket lady asked the man how many tickets he wanted? He proudly responded, "I'd like to buy eight children's tickets and two adult tickets, so I can take my family to the circus." The ticket lady stated the price.

The man's wife let go of his hand, her head dropped, the man's lip began to quiver. Then he leaned a little closer and asked, "How much did you say?" The ticket lady again stated the price.

The man didn't have enough money. How was he supposed to turn and tell his eight kids that he didn't have enough money to take them to the circus?

Seeing what was going on, my dad reached into his pocket, pulled out a $20 bill, and then dropped it on the ground. (We were not wealthy in any sense of the word!) My father bent down, picked up the $20 bill, tapped the man on the shoulder and said, "Excuse me, sir, this fell out of your pocket."

The man understood what was going on. He wasn't begging for a handout but certainly appreciated the help in a desperate, heartbreaking and embarrassing situation.

He looked straight into my dad's eyes, took my dad's hand in both of his, squeezed tightly onto the $20 bill, and with his lip quivering and a tear streaming down his cheek, he replied; "Thank you, thank you, sir. This really means a lot to me and my family."

My father and I went back to our car and drove home. The $20 that my dad gave away is what we were going to buy our own tickets with.

Although we didn't get to see the circus that night, we both felt a joy inside us that was far greater than seeing the circus could ever provide.

*That day I learnt the value to Give.*

*The Giver is bigger than the Receiver.*

*If you want to be large, larger than the life, learn to Give.*

*Only if you Give can you Receive more. The Givers heart becomes the Ocean, in tune with the Almighty - The Source*

*Love has nothing to do with what you are expecting to get - only with what you are expecting to give - which is everything.*

SONAL JAIN


CELEBRITY ASTROLOGER || TAROT CARDS || NUMEROLOGIST || VASTU || MATRIMONIALS ||

www.sonaljainvedic.com

Sunday, 19 February 2017

#Who is your #fall #back?

Who is your fallback!

People help you the way they know to help you. To help you to come out of stress, one friend will ask you to drink and another will ask you to meditate.
To overcome hurt, one friend will ask you to take revenge and get even, and another will ask you to forgive and get ahead with your life.

'Who is your fallback' makes all the difference.

Duryodhana's predicament, in his own words, was, "I know what is right but I am not able to indulge in it. I know what is wrong but I am not able to avoid it." He needed a fallback. His fallback was his uncle Saguni, and resultantly, Duryodhana moved from bad to worse.

Arjuna's predicament was different. He was allowing his personal emotions to dominate his sense of duty, and hence wanted to escape from the responsibilities he had towards upholding righteousness. He needed a fallback. His fallback was Krishna, and resultantly, Arjuna was restored to his greatness. Humans we are, at some point or the other, we all need a fallback.

'Who is your fallback' makes all the difference.


SONAL JAIN


CELEBRITY ASTROLOGER || TAROT CARDS || NUMEROLOGIST || VASTU || MATRIMONIALS ||

www.sonaljainvedic.com

Thursday, 9 February 2017

#Success/ #Failure

SUCCESS is the TIME to
RE-DEFINE our GOALS 😊

&

FAILURE is THE TIME to
RE-DEFINE our METHODS 😉

SONAL JAIN


CELEBRITY ASTROLOGER || TAROT CARDS || NUMEROLOGIST || VASTU || MATRIMONIALS ||

www.sonaljainvedic.com

#Success/ #Failure

SUCCESS is the TIME to
RE-DEFINE our GOALS 😊

&

FAILURE is THE TIME to
RE-DEFINE our METHODS 😉

SONAL JAIN


CELEBRITY ASTROLOGER || TAROT CARDS || NUMEROLOGIST || VASTU || MATRIMONIALS ||

www.sonaljainvedic.com

Saturday, 4 February 2017

#Know your #strengths

हर किसी के अन्दर अपनी
ताकत और अपनी कमज़ोरी
होती है...

मछली जंगल मे नही दौड़
सकती और शेर पानी मे राजा
नही बन सकता...!!!

इसलिए अहमियत
सभी को देनी चाहिये.

SONAL JAIN


CELEBRITY ASTROLOGER || TAROT CARDS || NUMEROLOGIST || VASTU || MATRIMONIALS ||

www.sonaljainvedic.com