What is true Spiritual Healing, Spiritual Teaching & help to others? A Spiritually Awaken Perspective on the subject of Non-violence - Ahimsa (Yoga Sutras of Patanjali)
Before we help others we are to refine and realise who we truly are. Our purpose has nothing to do with obsessions or desire to be something or someone.
When we emanate purity and pure equanimous being, our presence becomes a selfless tool for spontaneous healing and teaching. When we do not want to teach and heal we might emit the field that heals and teaches. Being purity is beyond any intention. It is our natural being that creates the shift.
We are to refine all the intentions and see the reasons behind them. We are to detangle all the created images and identities of self first before we realise the blissful emptiness of self that is so fulfilling and complete..
People are to be motivated to find solutions and help. They are to be willing to change, to heal themselves. To help means to be asked for it, not to impose it or force it on others.
Those who know they need help will search for it, will plead for it. Those who are in need are to be helped.
Those who want to learn and know are to ask for it.
Preaching and imposing violates the main principle of Yoga and Spirituality - Non-violence. Non-violence does not apply only to physical or verbal violation but does apply to spiritual and mental violation that include spiritual preaching, occult interference and other forms of spiritual or mental manipulation and imposition.
Violence is a sign of ignorance. The root of violence is low self-esteem, low confidence level and victimisation - the roots of various mental and emotional imbalances, perversion and corrupt self identity.
Wisdom comes through non-interference and the acceptance of the world as it is. Spirituality is a result of non-violence and neutral equanimous perception of the world.
The same principle applies to any relationship be it business, love or spiritual partnership. We are to respect other people's will and their ways of being/ expressing self and their choices. Any imposition or control or violation in any form leads to a tremendous karmic bondage and (emotional, mental or spiritual) entanglement. Love comes from non-violence and can be only built on the principle of non-violence. It means full trust to one another. It means full trust to life and desire to see good in people. If one's boundaries are violated one is to choose not to be in such imbalanced or toxic relationships and is to realise ways to navigate out of them or ways to re-create it or find proper approach to communicate and improve the situation. Proper boundaries, respect of own self and others and acceptance of the own and other people's boundaries is a sign of healthy relationships that may become one's foundation for further spiritual growth and evolution.
Authentic Spiritual Path is a path of non-violence and non-interference, where interference happens only in case one's service is needed and asked for. On this path one is to cultivate simplicity, non-judgment, acceptance, selflessness and inner purity and radiation.
This is the essence of true Siddha Yoga, Siddha Path, Siddha Tantra and any form of authentic spiritual path irregardless names or locations.
JIVANMUKTI IS THE AUTHOR OF "SIDDHA PARAM-PARA: THE KEY TO BIO-SPIRITUAL IMMORTALITY " - A Rare Transmission Book on Kundalini Awakening process, Yoga, Samadhi, Absorption, Third Eye Activation, Shaktipat - Initiation, Spiritual Transformation, Light Body, Siddha Alchemy, Human Evolution & Immortality.