Only The Supreme Truth Can Heal

Talk on June 28th at 7 pm at Fairfield Library. The Supreme Truth is the relationship of the Self with its Source. Know about this Truth to be free of fear and doubt.

True healing means finding lasting happiness, peace, and a clear purpose in life. Healing does not mean temporary fixes to crumbling structures of the Self nor clearing the elements of disease. Without knowing the Supreme Truth no genuine or lasting healing of the Self is possible. If the mind is in turmoil, over time disorder and dysfunction on all levels of the Self develop.  This engages total attention of the Self on pain and suffering, which is a vicious circle with no escape. When avoiding pain and suffering becomes the purpose of life, sadness, depression, mental breakdown follow.  In the absence of awareness of the Supreme Truth in life the Self cannot win its struggle to end suffering. The proof of this struggle is visible in the growing turmoil and suffering in the world. Even the tremendous growth of scientific knowledge and a better understanding of the physical reality of the Self and its surroundings, over the last couple of decades has not lead to greater happiness and clarity. Neither have the partially understood truths of New Age spirituality given any long term relief or clarity beyond all questions.  The Self is now struggling against a more complicated and confusing reality than the past. 

You want peace and happiness.  The first step is the acceptance that your present understanding of Reality is incomplete, and that you need to seek answers elsewhere. The only realm where these answers are available is The Supreme Truth. The Supreme Truth is the relationship of the Self with its Source.  Once you know about this Truth you will know who you are, why you are here, as well begin becoming free of fear and doubt. Only in such a state you will be able to live from your heart.

Living from the heart, free of fear and doubt, and for the true purpose removes all blocks to happiness, and causes natural healing. Happiness cannot be caused, but is the eternal quality of Creation. So, know about the Supreme Truth and begin living from it. The rest will happen.

Mystic Birinder will be speaking at the Fairfield Public Library on "How Truth Heals" on Thursday, June 28th at 7 p.m. For additional information or events please see www.mysticbirinder.com or call 203-273-8364

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Preet Inder Singh June 27, 2012 at 05:16 PM
NCrez has a problem. A dangerous ego to be careful about. Mystic Birinder is integrated with Truth. He is Truth itself. Where is the question of being dishonest. If we cannot comprehend, we should not be judgmental.
S Tadik June 27, 2012 at 05:38 PM
Hey, Glen, catch this Supreme Truth from Amazon: "I began my quest for the Supreme Being over 2000 years ago. I was a famous conqueror in that life. I loved only one thing then: myself. Life gave me one success after another, and I thought I would conquer eternity. I was seen as the favored of the gods."
Noah Fence July 03, 2012 at 02:11 PM
OK Mystic Guy, you had your 15 minutes of fame. I'm certain your talk was wonderfully enlightening, but now, my friend, it's time to journey on. Let's delete your blog and make more room for more worthy local voices - Dagny the real estate lady and "Summer of the Shark."
Anne Finan July 03, 2012 at 02:30 PM
A Pearl from your talk that I love: When we perceive a relationship is toxic, we are judging others but really it is a mirror that we are judging our self. It is never entirely the other person. To reduce toxicity or conflict, we must first identify what in ourselves we need to change. When we change our point of view, the other person is forced to change theirs. In this way, we have real leverage in creating a world that is less toxic. Judgement will never heal the Self. And the Self needs healing.
S Tadik July 03, 2012 at 06:52 PM
I think a wise man once said it all: "Parents are like shuttles on a loom. They join the threads of the past with threads of the future and leave their own bright patterns as they go." Fred Rogers Think about that.


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