It’s Paryushan (Jain Festival)

September 7, 2018
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Paryushan is a path, celebrated by every Jain. He celebrates to purify himself from all his past experiences.

Before stepping into the vibrations of this auspicious celebration, from the core of my consciousness, I seek your forgiveness and I also choose to forgive you from every past experience that may/may not have put us into a situation of hurt, sadness, anger. Any situation that may have raised my Ego, that might have put yours down.

From the core of my consciousness, I pray to let me be the inner me without getting into any reactions/responses. And the only way to let go of these mind and it’s activities is through experiencing silence. I choose to seek silence throughout these 8 auspicious days of Mahaparv Paryushan 😇

Micchami Dukkadam 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

An unbelievable journey, that,
Walks through the very core of our consciousness,
Transforms every bit within,
Releases every bit from within,
Leaves nothing,
But the heart full of compassion,
While it only believes and holds the strength to LET GO and to FORGIVE,
A journey that Spreads Love,
and Holds Love !!
It allows me to live
It allows you to live

That’s the power of the Paryushan festival.
Join our hands, not to celebrate or follow the rituals,
But to live and let live,
To let go of the ego,
To let go of the karma,
And once again to live and let live !!

~ Priyanka Jay Patel

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