At some point in our lives, we have all come to feel lost, as if we were walking in a completely dark labyrinth with no way out, and fear leaves you there, without moving. If you’re still in that dark place, it’s time to find yourself.
Four Laws of Spirituality

Hindu philosophy teaches us that nothing happens by chance or by accident, but that everything that comes into our lives has a very valuable purpose, even if we do not understand it. This is how in India they teach these four basic laws of spirituality:

First law says: “Every person that comes into your life is the right person”

No one comes into our lives by chance. All the people around us, who interact with us, are there for a reason: to make us learn and advance in each situation. That’s why we meet mirror people. “What I don’t like in you is a reflection of what I have in me,”

Every person in life is a teacher. Each of us contributes something to the others, either through a negative or positive trait, as you wish to take it. And of course, in some cases, we are students, and in others, we are teachers. Something very true is that what we resist remains in our lives until we learn the lesson and manage to graduate in that aspect. That’s why it happens that later we attract certain types of people with the same pattern of behavior, and you even say, net? Again? Does it sound familiar to you?

Second law says: “What happened is the only thing that could have happened”

There is absolutely nothing that happens in our lives that could have been otherwise. Not even the most insignificant detail. Everything that happens to us is because it had to happen that way. There is no “if I had done such a thing, such another would have happened…” Not at all.

What happened was the only thing that could have happened, and it had to have happened that way for us to learn that lesson and move on. Each and every one of the situations that happen to us in our lives is perfect, even if our mind and our ego resist and do not want to accept it. So the vibe here is not to get bitter or regret what we did, and to understand that since we only have one life, what’s done is done. Point! Remember, if you stumble over the same stone again, it means that learning is not over yet, ok?

Third law says: “Whenever something begins is the right moment for it to begin”

Everything starts at the right time, neither before nor after. When we are ready for something new to begin in our lives, that is when it will begin. It is clear that what does not kill you makes you stronger and that is when what we expected comes to pass or when the Universe, Life, The Creator, The Source, God, whatever you want to call him according to your beliefs, surprises us with something much better.

Everything that happens to us is what we attract, whether we are aware of it or not, because we are already prepared to live it. By understanding this, we will accept that when life puts something in our way, it is to enjoy it.

And the fourth and final law: “When something is over, it’s over”

So simple. If something ends in our lives, it is for our evolution. Therefore, it is better to leave it, move on, and move forward already enriched by that experience, because otherwise we tend to tie ourselves to a lot of stories and emotions that only generate great discomfort, a lot of dependence, and a lot of insecurities. There is no need to go over and over the matter. It is a clean slate, and thus we will avoid falling into depression over what was and is no longer. It is not easy to say goodbye, but detachment is like an exercise that we must practice day by day to live happier and in peace. Mind you, detachment is not that we do not own anything, but that we understand that nothing belongs to us.

So we have to flow with the situations and things that life puts in our way without clinging to anything or anyone, because everything has its moment in our lives and, above all, it has its reason to be.

“The wise man lets go of all results, whether good or bad, and is focused on the action alone.”- Bhagavad Gita


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