How do you feel when you have the ability to remove others’ pain and suffering?
For me, I really feel it is such a great blessing to be able to hold a powerful space of completion for others to complete with their past hangovers. This gift was initiated by a living incarnation, His Divine Holiness, Bhagawan Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam (fondly known as Swamiji) into the science of completion (poornatva). The more I help others to complete with their incompletions, the more this space expands and I notice completion simply happens very quickly.
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How to complete a frustrated and angry teenager with her mother?
How to heal their relationship?
That was exactly what I did last week for a lovely mother and her teenage daughter when the mother sincerely requested me to help them complete with each other and heal their past hangovers. Through this experience, I discovered quite often parents and their children became incomplete with each other when there was a lack of listening and poor communication.
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What is karma?
According to a living Avatar, Paramahamsa Nithyananda (fondly known as Swamiji), he said that Karma is anything which is left inside us incomplete, asking us for attention, for completion, and forcing us to go through that again and again. He also added that karma is nothing but the incomplete patterns brought from previous births as well as the new patterns accumulated from this birth.
Basically, there are three kinds of karmas. First, the Prarabdha is the karmas you brought with you to exhaust in this life. Second is Agamya which is the karmas you accumulated in this life. Lastly, Sanchita is the karmas you have saved for janmas (lifetimes). You cannot do anything with Sanchita karma, Sanchita can be melted or burnt only by an enlightened master or Guru working directly on it. You can work on first 2 karmas: Agamya and Prarabdha. Prarabdha karma is more like thoughts, engrams and patterns. Agamya karma is more like muscle-memory and bio-memory, which have become a part of you. Agamya karma itself has two parts – one is doing the actions in unawareness which bring suffering, and second is the pattern of doing such actions continuously and accumulating more Agamya, knowing it brings suffering.
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