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Stress and fear of namasmaran dr. shriniwas kashalikar

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In this state of “being the support ourselves” we do not think that “we need support”, or “we provide support” as we feel when we are caged in identities. In this state of empowerment we ...

In this state of “being the support ourselves” we do not think that “we need support”, or “we provide support” as we feel when we are caged in identities. In this state of empowerment we have outgrown them. There is no “kick of doing”; but instead; there is “fearless freedom of harmony” of being one with “superlife” that has been vitalizing “us” for eternity.

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    • STRESSANDFEAROFNAMASMARANDR.SHRINIWASKASHALIKAR
    • STRESS is caused by several factors and if mismanaged;manifests in several different unpleasant symptoms. Basicallythis is a vicious cycle. STRESS distorts our cognition, affect andconation in the form of confusion, emotional disturbances andinappropriate actions, responses or behavior; respectively; andthese in turn aggravate our STRESS.One of the symptoms of mismanaged STRESS is fear. But thenature of fear also varies. In as much as there is fear of death,disease, dejection, debility etc; there is a strange fear ofdepersonalization! What is this fear of depersonalization?Depersonalization means living without a particular identity.Let us understand and appreciate; that we live with someidentity such as lawyer, artist, scientist, and farmer and so on.Every identity has some capability, some skills, some influence.During STRESS the drawbacks and liabilities of the identitystart mounting! Thus; a lawyer may lose his/her practice, anartist may lose his/her popularity, and a scientist may fail in his/her experiments!The reason why we suffer; is not merely because of the financialloss; but due to the unbearable liability of our identity, whichbecomes a kind of “dilapidated building” and hence causes fear!The solution to this problem is to retrieve the strength from thedeepest core that is beyond our identity! Naturally most of thetraditional and rational stress management experts and more
    • importantly; the immortal gurus; uniformly advise; the practiceof NAMASMARAN. It dissipates the clouds of our identity(akin to depersonalization); which is essential and inevitable forreaching our core; the source of light and power! But since weare habituated or addicted to live with our identities; we find itdreadful to live without them!When we begin the practice of NAMASMARAN; we are afraidof this life without any identity, ego; and without any concretesecurity and support! This appears like death!This is especially because; NAMASMARAN is devoid of anytangible assurance or support, does not provide any sensorypleasure (pleasant to look at or melodious to ears)! Neither doesit have haunting smell nor does it have gustatory charm.Neither it is a matter of sexual excitement nor is it a matter ofmelodrama. Neither does it satisfy intellectual urge nor does itproduce any humor! Neither does it bloat our ego nor does itprovide any emotional solace.We have to appreciate that; even as this peculiarity ofNAMASMARAN makes it dreadful; this very peculiarity thatmakes us capable and empowered to live without any support!It is this peculiarity that makes it the most cherished treasureby seekers of truth; through millennia and through out theworld. This “supportless living”; without the clouds ofidentity; empowers us to be support ourselves! This life is quite
    • different from debilitating depersonalization when one becomesoblivious to one’s personality due to dementia.In this state of “being the support ourselves” we do not thinkthat “we need support”, or “we provide support” as we feelwhen we are caged in identities. In this state of empowermentwe have outgrown them. There is no “kick of doing”; butinstead; there is “fearless freedom of harmony” of being onewith “superlife” that has been vitalizing “us” for eternity.