Become Fearless In Your Love

by Ma Jaya Sati Bhagavati

Each moment you live, whatever happens in life is absorbed in your unconscious and conscious mind. This includes the lessons you learn on the spiritual path. Everything you do has some sort of karma involved, and there are many kinds of karma. There are major karmas and minor karmas, but basically it is all about taking responsibility. The small realities of everyday living are just as important as the main events. You see, you are controlled by the karma that you create. Karma brings about the circumstances of your lives and also your reaction to those circumstances.

Never allow yourself to be stopped by negativity. If you fail to control your anger, do not despair, but let this failure become a lesson in life. Become fearless in your love for God, Goddess, and humanity, and you will see your anger devoured. Soon you will be able to control yourself and not react to the anger of others. When the mind becomes purified by your heart of love, the mind and heart become integrated. When the Mother takes your fear, she brings you courage in ways you would never believe. Then you can rise above any negative currents and surmount the lingering effects of all negative past actions.

Blend your meditation on love with the process of action, and serve humanity as your heart opens ever wider. Enlighten your heart also with the association of others who are on the spiritual path. As you have created your present through your past actions, you have the choice of the kind of future you will create for yourselves.

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© 2017 by Kashi Foundation. Ma Jaya Sati Bhagavati (1940-2012) was an American spiritual master, mystic, visionary, and author of The Eleven Karmic Spaces: Choosing Freedom from the Patterns That Bind You. This article is excerpted with permission from the book, Deep and Simple Wisdom: Spiritual Teachings of Ma Jaya Sati Bhagavati, edited by Devadatta Kali. For more information visit

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