One of the pearls of wisdom from my guru, which has become my DNA, is “The quality with which you go into the world is the quality which you permeate the world with.” This one mantra has played a huge role in my transformation, which I keep applying to different phases of my life— professional, personal, and spiritual. In this article, I would like to expand on this mantra and the results of which are demonstratively visible in my life.
Relationships falling apart
From my childhood till a few years ago, I have always failed in handling relationships. I would get into a relationship and do a lot of things wholeheartedly with a lot of love, only to see the relationship fall apart over time. In fact, I started telling people, “As people come closer to me, for some reason they don’t like me and go away, and I think you are not going to be an exception.”
People who didn’t take it seriously at that point in time, would eventually give way, if not permanently at least temporarily. This was a puzzle I couldn’t solve until a few years ago when I came across the maxim mentioned at the start of this article while listening to one of Mahatria’s discourses. It struck me very hard the moment I heard it. Somehow, I couldn’t keep my mind away from this thought, and I started introspecting, Why am I losing relationships regularly?
Mahatria brings about a change in outlook
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