Flutters in the mind makes you unsteady.
‘Eeny, Meeny, Miney, Moe’, ‘Inky Pinky Ponky’, Coin tossing, etc are the go to spirit guides for many people. But what is the feeling behind going after these spirit guides almost every day? “I am unsure of myself”. Do not be satisfied with your semblances; they are for the world to see, but you are the one who lives within. Do not stop with the feeling which lies behind it. You have to be determined to look straight into its eyes.
Being not sure of yourself is typically a result of being insecure and inhibited. In this context, this is the part of yourself you must take an interest in. Look at yourself as a paranormal explorer here. These are parts related to your life you may not be even aware of, but affecting your every action and the people close to you in the least benevolent ways. You will notice that you are a lover of rumination which induces disquiet in your mind. Do not stop there too. Watch the disquiet for a few days; you will find that most of it is gibberish to your own mind. Go a step further; examine your mind while you ruminate. What you are going to find will surprise you; your rumination was mere blathering. Go on for a few days, and you will see that your blather was the same each time. Similar to the ghost who visits you in your dream every night and throws you off your bed, it will not allow you to be on firm ground for long. It doesn’t take too long for you to be thrown into a new confusion, and you begin to look for excuses.
How do you put a stop to it? Be real. Being real is not letting your ruminations take charge of you. This is how you find the quiet space in your mind. Do not think; instead paint in that space. Keep on painting the picture of a confident and forthcoming you until the day you will be able to do it effortlessly without any stomach cramp. You can transfigure yourself into the person in your painting if you follow these steps. And no ghost can throw that person off any bed.
Swastham Shantam Sampurnam