Sometimes we enter into a tug-of-war, criticizing and being criticized by others. How do we free ourselves from this cycle? In this video, Sri Chinmoy shares some light on overcoming our critical nature and other human imperfections.
How to overcome destructive criticism? Just love a little more. That’s all.
Sri Chinmoy, To-Morrow’s Dawn, Agni Press, 1982
“Take this criticism as a heavy load. Use your sympathetic oneness. The criticism that you entertain, cherish, is very, very heavy. And because you are using your sympathetic oneness (…), take them as two loads: your personal load and the load that he has trusted upon you. So, two heavy loads. How can you move, how can you breath when on top of your head or your shoulders somebody places two heavy loads? ……”
– Sri Chinmoy, (unofficial transcript) from the interview
- What is the main idea of your philosophy? at Sri Chinmoy Library
– filmed by Mridanga Spencer: Treasure Experiences of Joy-Days: Maui
– Page created by Patanga Cordeiro