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Sam: Hello, and my deepest and best wishes for the day, Daniel. I have a question that isn’t that significant, but nevertheless is of concern. When I interact with other jivas as the self (what else), is it possible to bother them with my dying karma (past) playing out in me? That is, there are occasions when I am utterly at peace and radiant as can be, like Ramana (almost… well, nowhere near, ha, ha), and certain souls become red-faced and almost want to shoot off, as it were!
I just want to make sure you know that I mean that certain “people” get uncomfortable and want to leave (when I said they shoot off, red-faced), not that often, I might add, hence the insignificance. It’s a dream anyhow.
~ All my warmest blessings, Sam
Daniel: “A wise man should not disturb the mind of the ignorant.” ~ Bhagavad Gita
There is no need to display one’s spirituality or realisation. Keep an eye out for any signs of enlightenment sickness. This is a common bug to contract after some sort of realisation. If this is the case, then best terminate it as quickly as possible.
If Sam follows his relative nature (svadharma) whilst appreciating his true nature, then there should be no reason for people to feel uncomfortable or flee. On the contrary, a light (sattvic) presence attracts company.
If Sam is a real douchebag of a jiva – which I doubt – then he will need to reassess his behaviour and work on his communication skills.
Be kind, humble and loving. The right company will stick and the unnecessary will flake off. There is no need to feel concerned.
~ Much love, Daniel