What is your reaction when somebody troubles you?
Benefits of Silence?
Silence is golden, it is an adage. If you focus on positive actions, actions become powerful weapons. You don’t need words to defend your actions. Your actions are enough to prove your mettle, not to the world but your deepest self.
If you decide to dedicate your life consciously to the enhancement of your inner self, you don’t need to bother about what’s happening in the world. A man of great deeds is a man of realization. Every positive thought transforms into powerful action sooner or later. Your thought can transform the world around you and this is a scientific fact.
You don’t need special powers to change the world around you! It is the potency of your inner discipline that makes you a man of great deeds. You do not need the world to support you. You create your world.
But the positive thoughts that build your personality comes from deep within yourself. It comes from the very core of your existence, where it is utterly silent. The real challenge you will encounter is to get to that silence that drives your thought into a positive direction.
Secret towards gaining maximum benefit from Maun Vrat
That silence is accessible only through intense spiritual discipline and not through any mechanical worldly practice. Thoughts have power and yet this power is generated only by that silence that is yet to be stirred up. Know that through the practice of inner self-discipline you have access to the source of thought itself that drives the engine of your actions.
If you are determined to silence yourself in the first place and decide to rid yourself of all those unwanted thought patterns that suck up all your energy, you have a chance to gain access to that source and take complete charge of your life.
Have you thought of introducing moments of silence in your life through practices like meditation? Do you feel that maintaining silence has contributed to inner strength? Do you get an idea of what is right or wrong in your life? Share your thoughts in the comments section. Feel free to get in touch.