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Wednesday, September 8, 2021

The Blind beliefs

The Blind beliefs 

Who sets these??

It is easy to set fear into us humans and install certain rules which become a blind belief. Fear plays a vital role and pivot of triggers about the beliefs that are conditioned into us. 

Though it's a debatable topic, who set these beliefs into us?

It's more like the chicken and egg story. The blame cannot be put on anything or anyone. As each one has their right to their thoughts and perceptions. Yet, why does one get caught in the vicious web?

It's easy to get caught in the vicious webs as many stories have been created over the centuries. Some have the facts while some are purely fictional. Through the process of conditioning that happens these stories become morals for life. 

We seek refuge and support from these stories in the bargain we start to believe and trust what's being said. So when something needs to be installed or made assertive just to make sure something is not done. The fictional aspect of a hungry ghost or demon roaming the streets can do the required trick. 

In this, the core of it is superstition. A superstition is any belief or practise that is irrational, arising from ignorance, a misunderstanding of science or causality, a way of behaving that is based on fear of the unknown and faith in magic or luck. It is not based on reason, knowledge, and the superstitious person has no care for the impact of his monstrous belief on others. Superstitions are also convenient and within social boundaries.

So are these beliefs good or bad?

Well, let's first think of being practical and see what are those things you feel are logical or rational. The rest maybe it's time to address them and start working on them. Certain beliefs though it is superstitious it has certain logical thoughts and facts. 

Let's say for example in the olden days cutting nails in the night was a struct no. Logical reason being with no electricity it would have been difficult to see where the nail fell or maybe it could have fallen into the food. Another logical reason was those days there were no nail clippers or cutters so they used a knife. Cutting in the dark was dangerous.

A religious aspect too which is evening times mark the entry of goddess Lakshmi into the house. It is believed that she stays at home during nights to bless the home with prosperity and wealth. It is advised that acts such as disposing of waste, giving away money, paying off loans and cutting nails and hair should not be done at night which shall mark disrespect to Goddess Lakshmi. Now, this is done out of the pure mark of respect, whether someone wishes to follow it. 

Another important point was that people who did black magic or intended evil, and if the nail which was cut were lying about it would have been easy to take and use. So the strong belief of not cutting nails in the night. 

When we look at such reasons which can be explained and understood. It becomes easy to introspect and see what's the right thing to do. In this way, one can know and learn what kind of beliefs to keep and what needs to be released. 

When we start to understand the importance of these various beliefs it makes it way easier to look at picking and releasing beliefs that serve us no good. So instead of getting caught in the web of fear or beliefs try to look at ways for helping yourself clearing the unwanted things out of your space. 

Written by- The Spiritual Princess JayaPalashri Anil

Founder-Samskara Healing 

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