My own childhood was one of the greatest. It was also one of the most traumatic. As a child, I was taken away from my family, my friends, and my home. With the help of my teacher, I was taught by Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji to recite the scriptures of our god, Lord Ganesha. These teachings became my most prized possession and ultimately, my life.
From my earliest memories, I was taught by Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji to recite the scriptures of our god, Lord Ganesha. These teachings became my most prized possession and ultimately, my life. In order to teach me the scriptures of our god, Lord Ganesha, I traveled often to our temple in our town. In this temple, I was blessed to be taught by our guru, Guruji.
As my interest in the scriptures of our god, Lord Ganesha, grew, I realized that the scriptures were being taught in a unique manner that helped me to be more aware of my own thoughts and emotions. In particular, I was taught to focus on my own thoughts, emotions, and body language when I was listening to these teachings. I realized that I had to become more aware of these things in order to be able to hear the teachings and follow them.
Before I could learn to be aware of my own thoughts and emotions and become more aware of what I was hearing, I had to learn to become aware of these things. But this was easier said than done. As a child and teenager, I would often have to sit still, quiet, and listen to my parents telling me what to do. At times, it was scary, at times it was exhilarating, and at times it was overwhelming. There was a lot at stake.
There was also a lot of pressure. We live in a society that is often very much a “manic-depressive” society. That’s a word I’d like to change the spelling of, because at times it’s hard to imagine a society that doesn’t have a lot of people who are manic-depressive.
At a young age, I got a lot of mental and physical therapy for my depression. It was helpful, but at times it also made me feel trapped and helpless, which it did from time to time. It made me feel as if I was a kid being forced to do things that I didn’t want to do, and that was not good for me.
At that age, the only advice I really could give was to be careful and not to let my mind wander. I know it was from a very young age, but I didnt know you could stop your mind from wandering.
The advice I give is about as much a “yes” as a “no.” I say to myself, if I know I am going to need help, I need to ask. I say to myself, if I know I am going to need help, I need to ask. I say to myself, if I know I am going to need help, I need to ask for it.
So I guess I needed to ask for it.I dont think I knew I wanted to ask the help of a guru. But it is the only advice I could give at that age.
I think it’s interesting that you say you didn’t know you wanted to ask for the help of a guru, because that’s exactly what I do. It’s what I do every single day of my life, and it’s what I do every single time someone tells me that I need help. It’s the only advice I can give a person at that age.