Taking a life critical decision
Choices, Decisions and Solutions Part IV
I have to satisfy all: Centaury
Two options: Scleranthus
We always think there are only two views: others and mine. Truth does not lie between these two as it is beyond them. It will not operate until you surrender completely.
A woman admitted in the hospital for delivery. When the doctors checked her, they concluded, “In the process of delivery, either child or mother – one of them will die. If it is a natural birth, then it will be a stillborn child.” Who do you want to live – child or mother?
This is a position or a situation that provides a choice of two courses of action, both equally unpleasant and unwelcome.
Mother alone knows the pangs of parting with the child. She wants the child to live, because she was carrying the child for nine months. Husband may think, “Let the child need not live, as I want my wife to be alive and then she can beget another child for me.”
When dilemma arises similar to the above situation, the only option left with you is praying and surrendering to Divinity. When the mind shuts off, divinity starts operating. The Bach Flower Remedy Sweet chestnut needs this type of situation to operate. It is the remedy to open you to Divine Grace.
Give Sweet Chestnut to them. Pray to Sweet chestnut, “Please guide us”. You take the remedies too and wait for the miracle to happen. Both child and mother will survive.
What is impossible for human beings is possible for Divinity. When you shut the mind, then the divinity has space to enter there.
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