Coming Out of the thoughts of a Person! Spiritual way!

Coming Out of the thoughts of a Person! Spiritual way!

A Girl devotee (Name hidden) asked like this:

“Sir, i want to ask something. Does really coincidences matter? & another ques. I’m triying to get away from thoughts of a person but everytime, something happen which takes me back to his thaughts only. Why this is happening?

Sir plz reply me as soon as possible. And i’m a devotee of krisha nd that guy’s name is also one of the Krishna’s names.”


First, the coincidences are just coincidences. They are natural everywhere.

All of us have been facing them in our life time.

So, don’t give much importance for such coincidences.

It is enjoyable and memorable. That’s all.

(What to do if a Girl-Boy love breaks after one becomes a devotee? READ HERE!)

Then, next question. If you like to consider that person, do that immediately and enter into marriage soon.

Or, if you have no idea of considering him for marriage, throw him out of your thoughts.

If you find it difficult to forget, be always engaged.

Don’t be free for atleast one year.

If you go on performing any assignments that are important for you, you will remain engaged in it.

So, volunatarily take more assignments for a few months.

Time is the best healer. Today’s serious matter will appear as an ordinary matter after a month.

(Why Krishna gives failures in career, Love, etc., if we are His children? READ HERE!)

We will think why we cried that much for that person? He is also like many others.

This world is wide. If one person is not achievable for us, another person may come.

In general, if we lose something, that means, we are destined to get better one.

So, we need not keep the losses in mind. There are more blessings waiting for you.

If you engage you with other assignments forcefully, there will be no diaturbances for your mind.

Engagement means, chanting also.

If you remind the lilas of Krishna and engage in His thoughts, no other thoughts will disturb you.

(Why should we love Krishna If He does not need pleasure from outside? READ HERE!)

Chanting, Reading the Literatures on Krishna and engaging in any useful assignments, will keep you engaged in some other activities and hence, you can forget that person and remember Krishna alone.

If you allow break in sadhanas and reading and being busy all the time, the thoughts of that person may dominate again.

Engage your mind in the higher thoughts. Material losses will not disturb you.

And, just because one’s name is Krishna or any of His Names, he need not be a good person. Names are given when a person is a new born baby. As a child everAs a child everone may be innocent like Krishna. But, when he grows, because of the association and living conditions, he may even become a thief.

I don’t come to say that he may be a thief. But, my advice is that we should not judge a person with his name. Don’t judge a book by its cover. Think whether his characteristics and devotional stand are matching with yours. Then, take a decision.

If you find him matching, tell him to meet your parents. If he does not seem to match you, just forget him and make yourself busy with productive duties and devotional practices.

Time will heal everything gradually.

Hope this has helped you for Coming Out of the thoughts of that Person.

(How to keep the love for Krishna undiluted for ever? READ HERE!)

Author: RAJAN

RAJAN from Tamil Nadu, India, a Life Patron and an Initiated Devotee being in ISKCON for nearly three decades, serves anonymously to avoid Prominence and crowd as an insignificant, Humble and Neutral Servant for all the devotees of Krishna! He promotes Social media forums and this blog-website as e-satsangha (e-forums) blessed with Lakhs of followers, to give Spiritual Solutions for all the Material Problems of the devotees since 2011! He writes friendly and practical tips to practice devotion (i) without hurting the followers of other paths, (ii) without affecting the personal and career life, and (iii) without the blind, superstitious and ritualistic approach! He dedicates all the glories and credits to his Guru and Krishna.