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peace in the heart

Easter is traditionally a celebration of peace. Easter marches, appeals, sermons and people who have dedicated themselves to peace always draw our attention to what our greatest good is. So we were allowed to remember it very consciously the last few days. The Jap Ji also contains a wonderful verse (28):

Patience be our path, humility our robe, meditation our daily act, death's custody our cleansing, trust in God our sustaining staff. If the brotherhood of all people becomes our highest alliance, peace will finally come all over the world. He who conquers his own mind wins the whole world. praise him, him alone. In the beginning You are perfect and pure in Self without end.

In today's often unmanageable world, we can always ask ourselves which path we want to take. Do we want to follow old dogmas, beliefs, emotions and reactions or can we free ourselves from them to let the space of our heart shine even more. Even if it doesn't seem like it at the moment. But the times of "power, dominance and judgment" are passing and we are increasingly entering a time in which compassion, joy, peace and love can fill us. So we can see small plants (peace movements, nature conservation, basic income, simplicity, togetherness, ...) sprout that herald a new era all over the world. Do we want to stand still or take a path that will allow us to become what we are allowed to be here on earth, compassionate people? So April is all about a fork in the road, where we are. The 4 stands for the neutral mind and for our fourth chakra, our heart center. From there we can set cornerstones and visions for this year and fill them with fresh heart energy! Do we want to do this and get up or lie down without courage? Do we want to let go and open up to the new or are we stuck in old dramas that drain our energy over and over again and we wonder why we don't have any? What's really real about it? What is really real in thoughts, emotions, beliefs, situations, ...? What's left of it? What's your honest answer to that? And who perceives this supposed reality and knits new stories out of it? "He who conquers his own mind wins the whole world". The mantra "Ek Ong Kar Sat Gur Prasad, Sat Gur Prasad Ek Ong Kar" can help us to attain a meditative state in our mind so that we can live in joy and truth from within ourselves. We can all together and individually contribute to making the world more and more peaceful. We can create peace within ourselves by renouncing what judges is not true and what prevents us from living with our heart. Everything else is NOTHING! Just nothing!

Sat Nam,
Nam Terath Singh

Tobias Fritzsche

I help responsible people to feel and live their own self again by accompanying them and reminding them who they are.