Importance of Completion with Parents

I’ve been helping people to do completion of their root patterns and I can say that 95% of the root patterns are related to the root incidents involving their parents.

You may ask – what is root pattern?

According to Swamiji, a living Avatar, His Divine Holiness Paramahamsa Nithyananda, he defines root pattern as the first attack of any strong emotion happening in you and imbalancing your whole cognition, giving birth to your mind, the pattern you developed from that moment, is called ‘root-pattern’. It can be anything as simple as your mother did not give you the cake, instead she gave it to your brother or as traumatic as a physical abuse! It does not matter the actual incident, what really matters is the moment powerlessness takes over you for the first time in your life, and your cognition is imbalanced, the mind is born, the pattern which you develop at that time is “root-pattern”. That is the root on which the mind is born. The moment the root-pattern is born, our life is destroyed and our growth is stopped! Only when we complete with our root-pattern, we begin to come back to life again, life starts happening in us. Till we understand our root-pattern and complete with it, we cannot be peaceful anywhere in the world even in the most luxurious serene beach resort. A disturbed inner space caused by the root pattern will constantly carry the wounds and smell of this incompletion.

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Unclutched action makes you a high performer

Do you know that you can be a high performer without stress and worries?

Let me share with you a powerful truth I learned about actions and performance from my Guru, Paramahamsa Nithyananda (fondly known as Swamiji) which I was initiated into the science of unclutching in 2009 during a 21-day spiritual and yoga retreat called Inner Awakening.

Swamiji shared this simple but subtle technique called ‘Unclutching’ with the world, the ultimate science for freeing oneself from stress, worry and fear, and moving effortlessly to higher consciousness. He said: “Do not create, maintain or destroy any thought. If you don’t do any of these three things, you are the Supreme Self, Parabrahma!” Unclutching is like a self-purifying method. For any technique to be self-purifying and liberating, the moment you become subtle, the technique should also become subtle by itself. Unclutching is one such universal technique that can be used anytime, anywhere, by both the beginners and advanced practitioners. This simple method is remarkably easy to learn yet it is deeply profound in its transformational impact on your consciousness.

I remembered in my first Inner Awakening in June 2009, for several days we spent just sitting in Swamiji’s presence to unclutch from various layers starting from thoughts, breathing, emotions, attachment; even spiritual experiences. The deeper we are able to unclutch the more bliss we experience. The beauty of the “Unclutching” technique is that it can be applied instantly wherever you are. It does not require one to be sitting in a quiet dark room or in a tranquil state of mind. Once initiated by Swamiji (known as deeksha), it can take the practitioner immediately from being “clutched” – emotionally attached to whatever is going on in one’s life, to being “unclutched” – the space of conflict-free living. Thousands of people including myself had benefited and experienced tremendous healing and improvements in aspects of life such as health, wealth, mental clarity, creativity, relationships, careers and spiritual growth.

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