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Great question, Yves. Thank you.

It’s not about getting away from anything. It’s simply about consciously deciding where you want to put your energy.

Take care of others and let God take care of you.

I do not mean to imply that we do not have psychosomatic issues from running old scripts from childhood that no longer serve us. That is true.

Seva is nothing but a conscious decision to serve God in every moment. Sometimes that service is to yourself. Well, you are God aren’t you? So when you serve instead of getting caught up your own issues, those issues do get healed. It is not by avoiding them, but rather by letting go of them because you understand that they no longer serve you.

Remember: How happy you are is inversely proportional to how much time you spend thinking about your predicament in life.

You ask, “has human being ever managed to forget and forgive his past?” The answer is yes! Absolutely.

Forgiveness is the key. As Yogi Bhajan said, in order to grow spiritually there are five things you must forgive:

  1. Forgive God that He separated you from Himself and created you as a creature

  2. Forgive your destiny that it is as it is, and that you have to achieve it

  3. Forgive the distance and the environments which are always challenging, and the cause and effect which are happening

  4. Forgive your capacity, your ability, your duality, and your divinity

  5. Forgive yourself that you have to go through it

The healing modality that is needed by any individual will appear to that individual if he or she is ready to be healed. It is not the modality (or even the practitioner) that matters. It is the absolute readiness to be healed.

The problem for many is that they have a fear of being healed because, caught up in their emotional body, their pain is serving an emotional need and they do not want to let it go.