LESSONS FROM JUPITER IN JYESHTA NAKSHATRA
Don’t think that your problems are more special than problems of others – remember, everybody is going now through some difficult times, but some people might not wish to express it. These are often the strong and mature beings, which consciously decide not to overwhelm others with their issues. Just because somebody is strong enough to smile in the midst of difficulties, doesn’t mean that person is not secretly suffering, too.
Don’t overwhelm others with your issues and try to consciously avoid complaining. It’s ok to communicate about your difficulties, but try to do this in a mature and compassionate way, that doesn’t diminish the value of anybody and that doesn’t overwhelm others, too. Don’t seek more attention than it is necessary. Rather learn how to find spiritual strength within yourself versus depending too much on others.
FOCUS MORE ON SOLUTIONS
Avoid venting out and blaming others without reason. Yes, people do make mistakes – and so do you. Try to find a peaceful solution in an emotionally supportive way, instead of just “throwing up your poison” on others, as it won’t lead to any constructive solutions. Focus more on how you can improve yourself and the situation instead of correcting others – and you will see that solutions will come much more easily.
STAY CENTERED IN THE HEART
The level of tolerance and compassion is always diminishing, when we are under pressure. This is perfectly normal. Keeping that in mind, try to consciously find inside your heart more space to embrace every challenging emotion and situation that may come your way in this difficult time period. Don’t close your heart, but rather do your extra effort to maintain a mind-heart connection through daily practice of meditation in this time period.
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