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De Bhagvad Gita
How often we wonder what love really is? Does true love of the length of a relationship? Do we really now with all our heart of our partner? Or is it a weakness that you feel for a certain number of people may have on this world? Why we feel so committed to one person you all to really be able to do?
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The Bhagvad Gita
Krishna and Radha are a symbol of the divine pair. In their love for each other make the most exalted form of spiritual love reflected.
In the Bhagvad Gita is told that there are three types of situations where people are able to find;

  • ignorance
  • passion
  • goodness

Goodness is the highest position which a man can find. But why take under this holy passion of writing the second? According to the Bhagvad Gita, any human experience should be expressed in degrees, we end up in goodness. Happiness, sadness but also passion would be as experienced. Imagine to imagine that we ourselves as human beings we partner would eliminate? Krishna said that any man in this world has its own purpose. A goal that has nothing to do with love and devotion that exists for this one person. But for each person individually is important.

Deepak Chopra
Deepak Chopra is a writer, doctor and graduated endocrinologist. He combines an ancient Indian philosophy with the western. According to his philosophy, each of us needs to believe in love. He believes that we are born with an obvious confidence in ourselves and in love, but as we mature that confidence almost always given way to doubt and suspicion. Is love so obvious? Am I still worth to keep? Can I do to others? The reply from Deepak Chopra to all these questions is' yes'. According to Deepak we are born in love and for our whole life is to give and receive love our natural state of being. And if we can discover originality again, we are in our lives and our relationships to a higher plane lifting.

My conclusion

Arjun en Krishna
I believe there is love for one another especially starting with yourself. Love for yourself is the basis. Only when that is brought about can you love another. I learn from my mistakes and my surroundings. Twenty years, I can perceive what is in the field of love is among the Hindu community. From forbidden love to violent divorces. One of the reasons why I think we feel dedicated to this one person we really all so capable is a lack of love for ourselves. As a young Hindu woman, who himself has experienced, I know that love is a big taboo. Since you do not talk about. Leave it to love yourself. This lack many years I miss walking. But sometimes I think, this I have many Hindus fade out. I am not the only one with this exemption. I hope that this new generation of parents to give their own children. This saves them a lot of uncertainty. And ultimately this is a good relationship between parent and child products. If there is a good family base, there is no need for total devotion to a person.

My parents are very religious. But I have many people in the Hindu community said. In my youthful years I visited every week the local Mandir. But what I've always wondered why the priest never talked about self-love. And the importance of self love. While he would have known. I know many priests, but not one of them ever talked about. Often I think, has to do with culture or see the importance of these priests not? But there are more issues where one never speaks but for each person to mentally area is important. God Krishna is my life mentor. With God Krishna as a guide, I am aware that my choice will always be correct. I hope everyone has a mentor / will find guides to our lives. So we will always enter the right path. But start with yourself before you start another!

Sources:
The Bhagvad Gita
www.deepakchopra.com
www.krishna.org

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