If you observe the body language and expression of the so-called serious people, they are really dull and dead because the very seriousness closes their mind to the openness and freedom of life. Seriousness kills creativity and spontaneity which are the 2 great qualities of life. It curbs our creative thinking and makes us stick to the familiar mental patterns. In short, seriousness is anti-life.
Seriousness is not our true nature, it is something that we acquire by and by as we grow up. So what’s the root cause of seriousness?
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I started volunteering as a teacher in mid June 2011 for an enlightenment-based children programme called eN-Vidyalaya (it means knowledge of inner space) which is a compassion-based tuition developed by an enlightened master, Paramahamsa Nithyananda. In this 2-hour weekend programme, the aim is to equip children with practical life solutions and better understanding about themselves so that they can excel in the outer world while remaining centered and blissful in their inner space.
In one of the lessons, we did an experiment with the children about positive versus negative energies we expressed and its effect on the plants. This experiment was inspired by the famous Japanese doctor-cum-writer of the best-seller book “Messages From Water, Dr Masaru Emoto, who claims that human consciousness has an effect on the molecular structure of water. I highly recommend anyone on planet earth to read this extraordinary book.
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