“Cast your burdens upon Me …” – a paradigm shift
One particular morning I woke up exhausted. I know you know the feeling. Oh how wonderful it would be if someone would just take away all the worries and burdens I thought, and I remembered Psalm 55:22 (NKJV) that goes
“Cast your burdens upon the Lord,
And He shall sustain you;
As I mediated upon these words I suddenly understood that when He said: “… cast your burdens upon Me (the Lord)”, He didn’t mean that He would solve them or take them away. He said it so that I can return to the state of nirvana! When in the state of nirvana, I would automatically attract solutions to myself and victory will be mine! No matter what the circumstances. And this because He loves me unconditionally and promised me free will.
This insight was meant to clarify to me the reality of creation. That I am the one, orchestrating my life. That through this promise by Him I can discover real freedom. Real faith. And true unconditional love.
I present these words to every mother in the world … that she may find peace and solace as she discovers unconditional love.
It should be explained to every new mother or mother-to-be that her state of mind and inner vibrational condition will affect the way her baby interacts with her. That even if she is tired and fed up; irritable and miserable; or even be angry and frustrated, that everything will be okay if she can just try to always remind herself that this experience of bringing up this little soul is a wonderful privilege and that her lessons in life will be the most profound ever. With this understanding she will discover that the purpose of a mother’s life is to grow and live with passion, peace and unconditional love.
Nirvana is a place of perfect peace and happiness, like heaven. In Hinduism and Buddhism, nirvana is the highest state that someone can attain, a state of enlightenment, meaning a person’s individual desires and suffering go away.
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