Void Of Death Vows

Death vows have a significant impact on a man’s life and behavior.

According to the Vedas, the first thought we have before dying is the first idea we have after birth. So, if we left the body in a negative situation (war, murder, accident) and the last thought was rage at everything, we may “wake up” with the same thinking in the next incarnation. So the scenario is caricatured: if a cat’s paw murders a mouse because it is afraid of a cat, the next incarnation will be a cat because it is his strongest mental impression.

Yes, as a passage of the soul into higher levels, death implies the decomposition of the mind and all its thoughts. The strongest, though, have survived. As a result, meditation is forced in the Vedas, as is the training of “small death,” so that when the major one arrives, the body changes, and the mind is ready to let go and do it in peace. He surrenders to life with a tranquil thought.

Those most incredible impressions that have remained are a kind of death vow.

That is something the soul “commits” to completing through death. That is when he returns to the body via the gates of death.

The soul in the womb remembers the pledge while it is in the fertile water. But by moving out into the body, that memory passes into the unconscious, just like everything else on his trip. And it acts on the man without his knowledge till he becomes conscious.

Thus, someone who has left the body owing to severe sickness, heartbroken to leave the kid, may have the desire to “be a mother” from an early age in the next incarnation because he had promised to return and visit his child when he was older. Alternatively, someone who has had rich but stormy loves may die with a vow to have a happy, meaningful love relationship. And it motivates him from an early age – he only thinks about the appropriate companion and happiness in love from an early age.

Oath drives life

Vows affect an individual’s entire life in this way – this one in quest of love will alter everything to it. Sometimes naive, a person gets into the wrong relationships because a deep, unconscious need forces him to act. And even when a person accomplishes this, the vow will drive him to move further by the power of inertia. Energy is “accustomed” to search mode. So someone from a previous example will strive for perfection even when it gets it. Won’t feel satisfied because everything he wants has finally been achieved, but he will be bothered by small things. He continues to be driven by a desire for the better. He won’t enjoy it because the vow from the background works and puts the person on a constant quest, with the mind programmed on longing itself, not fulfilling.

Then person pursues it by having the most substantial pledges – impressions, recollections – touched by the most potent power circulating in the living body: creative energy. Creative or procreative energy, impulse, or desire. It is the key to understanding the important vows – what motivates you, what makes you feel you have to, and most importantly, be a part of you? Following that, look for the vow in the backdrop. You’ll find them out following your cramps. Things that haunt you. What you feel you “have to” do, otherwise you “will die.”

Because he might no longer be suitable for you, perhaps you outgrew him in this life. Maybe you did it in part because you don’t need it in its whole any longer. That’s why you don’t want it to lead you to a goal that is no longer yours.

And if you are, you are aware of the priorities.

A new identity, one that you intentionally develop, can shatter vows that do not suit it. The individual is neither a prisoner of the pledge nor the settings he creates.

So, what are your vows? Do they serve you, or do you serve them? Discover and end with conditioned reality. It’s time to create a new one. Where you are free from the burdens of the past.

So, what are your vows? Do they serve you, or do you serve them? Discover and end with conditioned reality. It’s time to create a new one. Where you are free from the burdens of the past.

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