Have you made a wrong choice before? Then the second thing you can do is to transmute that into a more desirable experience. It’s interesting process and it’s like you pay for your debt. What can I learn from the experience? Why is it happening to me? and what message does the universe want to offer to me and how can l make this experience useful to fellow human beings. By doing this you look to your seed of opportunity and tie it with your purpose in life. This allows you to transmute the desire you have into a new expression. forexample If you break your leg in sports you learn to slow down, to be more attentive or careful and if your desire is to teach others what you know you may decide to write a book about playing sports safely or design a special shoe or leg support that prevents the kind of injury you experienced. As part of paying your debt you may convert the adversity into a benefit that may bring you wealth and fulfillment. The third way to correct the wrong choices you made in life is by transcend; to become independent of it. To keep experiencing the self, the spirit. It’s like washing a dirty piece of cloth in a stream of water. Every time you wash you take away little stains and become little cleaner and you keep washing again and again. You correct your past wrong choice by going into the gap and coming out again through the practice of meditation. Actions generate memory and memory has the ability to generate desire and the desire generates actions again. This is an operational soft ware of your soul, the bundle of consciousness that has conscious seeds of manifestation that allow you to become the a conscious generator of reality. Through conscious choice making you generate choices that are evolutionary for you and those that are around you. Being evolutionary to both self and everyone affected by the self then its fruit will be happiness and success.
Know thyself Ye Are gods!
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