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Cookers like mother-in-laws more

This was discussed in the class, “Mind-Body DEMYSTIFIED Part II”, Oct 19th, 2013

Read the first part of the story here: http://wp.me/ptUMq-4T

Naran

I am about to narrate one more story about Girija.

Girija’s daughter-in-law decided to throw the rice cooker away as she found the lid of the cooker is not closing down properly.

Girija heard the rice cooker saying, “You people are not at all grateful to the services rendered by me for the last 15 years – especially your daughter-in-law. I bet you if you use me again, I will work alright without giving any issues. However, I will not respond to your daughter-in-law in the same way, as she has no consideration”.

Girija wanted to try that. She tried to use the cooker once again and did it successfully.

Now, she wanted to see whether her daughter-in-law could repeat the act successfully. However, to her surprise, the daughter-in-law couldn’t close the rice cooker lid properly.

You mayn’t believe this story. Wait until tomorrow, to find out how three river gods saved Girija from devastating floods that happened in Uttarakhand on June 14th, 2013.

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Thank you my dear home: http://wp.me/p3I451-7

Want my husband to appreciate my cooking: http://wp.me/pwblL-3w

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Affected by Vastu Doshas

Sandeep

Searching/building house with all Vastu measures is not affordable to all. We are easily affected by Vastu Doshas by stocking water. Please suggest remedies to get rid of Vastu Doshas.

Naran

How do you know that you are affected by Vastu Dosha?

What is your problem and in which area of life?  Don’t confuse yourself with Vastu astrology etc. Daily thank your house.

If somebody always says to you, “You are not good. You are very bad” will you tolerate it?

Why do you criticize your house? Thank the house daily.  It will rectify the Dosha in your mind.

Related Blog:

We are the proud owners of a new home: http://wp.me/ptUDX-1P

Thank You My Dear Home: http://wp.me/p3I451-7

Goodbye to my bad neighbor

Soma

I am staying in a rented house. But my neighbor is creating problem for me in all the ways and also he is drinker.

How to resolve the issue to send him out of my area without creating problem now and future also? My owner is not cooperating also.

Naran

Chant daily, “I thank the divine for keeping … away from me”.

Do the forgiving exercise. I Soma forgive you…. (name of that person). You please forgive me and release me”.

Do this forgiving continuously whenever you feel angry or frustrated.

Soma

Thank you for your divine message.

I followed as per your suggestion. Finally, he himself vacated. It is miraculous for me.

I don’t like my house

Naran

You are staying in the house and you go on criticize the house that it’s not good, there is so much clutter in the house and so on.

What if the same house starts criticizing you, “It is only because of you the clutter is here?”  When you criticize the house it also criticizes you back.

In US, scientists have found out the plants talks the local language, for example, plants in Tamil Nadu will speak in Tamil.

The moment those scientists water a plant, it said, “Thank you” in English and that too in US accent.  With the help of instruments they have figured that out.

I believe that they also curse those who are rude to them.  Similarly, the criticized house will not give you the good results you want.

If the house has clutter then it means you have so much of clutter in your mind.  “What is inside is reflected outside”.

Just see the house. That’s how your mind is.

What if there is clutter? What is your feeling?

  • Whatever feelings you get while seeing or thinking about the clutter, release them
  • Release the dislikes you have about the house
  • Release the advantages and disadvantages you have about the house
  • Release your emotions and thoughts as well as curses you have about the house
  • The house is untidy, so I feel irritated. Therefore, affirm, “I release my irritation”, “I accept the clutter” and “I release my resistance to cleanse the clutter”.
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