We often believe that the motive of life is to be happy. Being happy is that state that we all crave for and try for. But are we happy all the time? I don’t think so we are! A coin has two sides so does life.  What happens when we are sad? ( best spiritual books) How do we manage the phase when sadness knocks the gate of our happy shelter?

Do we still hope for better or let ourselves flow with sadness? How sadness impacts our strength and weakness?  Or shall I say, when we are happy, how does it reflect on our actual personality?

I believe we are at the best of our personality when we are happy and all the decisions we take under this happy phase are totally different from the decisions we make while we are sad. In a nutshell, we possess two kinds of personalities under the influence of our emotions.

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Osho depicts

As the famous saying from Osho depicts, “Sadness gives depth, Happiness gives heights. Sadness gives roots, Happiness gives branches.” Why do we assume the sadness as a sickness to be healed and happiness as a gift of life? Aren’t these two parts of life? Why these factors in our life affect us so much?

Balance

There the significance of the term “Balance” comes to the picture and is required to be adapted (Best Spiritual Books). Life gives us both happiness and sadness; we have to accept both respect and grace, experiencing and realizing both with awareness. If one is present, the other is not too far; the effort should be remained in the middle and become receptive to both. This art of balancing any two polarities is the secret of life. This art is the most important thing to learn and live life. It teaches us to be calm and composed in all situations and to accept whatever it comes.

Spiritual Power – Being & Becoming

The book “Spiritual Power – Being & Becoming” (Best Spiritual Books) has so many lessons that indulge its reader and leads to the path of spirituality. It says, “We don’t need to run after balance; we just need to be aware and conscious. The moment when we start to think about how to balance ourselves in life, the rest will follow. There is no extra effort to be made; all that is required is to allocate our potentialities and self-manage in accordance with our priority. The art of life is to experimentally balance our mind, body, and spirit in the right manner. The process starts when our thoughts inwardly create a strong relationship with our own mind and body.”

The spirituality teaches about mental, emotional and physical trauma and spiritual healing, uniting mind and body, understanding the meaning and purpose of life and to balance the ups-downs of life. Not just it tells about the power of spirituality in our life, but also, it guides how to attain the levels of spirituality.
Spirituality helps in balancing the mind, body, and soul so that the balance between all the aspects of life such as sadness, happiness, emotional trauma and worries. It tells us to remain the same in the entire situation and re-construct the energy to focus on life. This helps to build our consciousness with our thoughts. The uniformity in our thoughts and calmness in our personality improves our lifestyle and gives mental peace in all kinds of scenarios.

Gian Kumar

Mr. Gian Kumar (Best Spiritual author), the spiritual author has penned down his thoughts and experiences very beautifully that summarize the secret of living a healthy life. In his books (Spiritual Books), he has talked about the balance, awakening of the souls, the meaning of life and death, the search of ourselves and the importance of self-realization. This starts with the practice of balancing our thoughts in all possible situations. To balance out our thoughts, actions and emotions in the pain, joy, excitement, and worries keeps our soul calm and managed. Spiritual empowerment provides us that access to a journey within ourselves in search of the ultimate reality and its truth. However, the most crucial factor in this aspect of awareness is that it empowers us to become aware of our own thoughts, feelings, and actions.