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I follow my father’s footsteps

Knee is the guiding self – it’s the parents’ self. Only parents’ related issue will come in the knees. I might be repeating what my father had done or I might be lacking a resource that my father had. Your body reminds that to you through a pain in the knee.

Case History 1: Just 1% mismatch between Son and Father

Right knee refers to one’s relationship with father, while the left knee points to mother. 

A person had problem with his right knee. I asked him whether he had any issues with his father. He replied that “by all means everything is ok with my father. He is a role model for me. I follow him by the book.”

I asked him to tell me where he doesn’t follow his father. You might have followed him 99%. But one percent you may not have followed him. Find that out and follow that practice. Your father wants you to follow that too.

He replied there is one difference between them. While his father was close to his mother, he is not close to his wife.  I told him to take care of his wife and love her as his father did to his mother. Whatever be the circumstances, daily affirm within, “I totally accept and love my wife as she is” and implement it in practice. This is your father’s message through the right knee pain.

Please note here that not all sons who had thrown out his parents may get a pain in the right knee, while somebody might get it. It depends on their karma. Only when the pain comes, the issue should be addressed.

Case History 2: Postponement of Marriage

Girija’s father is no more. For one year I couldn’t figure out a solution. She took some remedies. She did an operation too. But nothing relieved her pain.

She loves a person and the latter loves her so much, that he wanted to marry her. But, she was postponing it. I asked her when her father did marry. He got married when he was 38 years old. But he died at the age of 40.

What’s the message here: get married earlier. You are already 31. You don’t want to end up like your father. Otherwise you may loose your husband or he might die earlier. Don’t repeat your father’s life.

Body guides us so beautifully!

Son repeats his father’s mistakes

Ravi used to join a new company every year.

Suddenly, his right knee started paining.

I asked Ravi to look in to the past and see whether he was repeating his father’s approach in his profession.

Ravi got his first job when he was of the same age as his father.

His father used to move from one company after another. After some resignations, his father was unemployed until his death.

What does the knee pain is informing Ravi now?

Don’t repeat the mistake of your father. You may end up like your father. Be careful!

Thus we will get many spiritual insights from the body. Body protects us from getting into trouble, by expressing in the form of a pain. Please note here that body can give positive messages for direction and focus too.

There Need Not Be A Mistake!!!

A patient complained that his father is no more.

He developed pain in the right knee.

I told him mentally to prostrate to his father. This is one way of thanking and acknowledging his father’s contribution to his life.

After doing that few times, within a day his pain went off.

Right Knee Issues

The RIGHT KNEE pain is related to the issues with the father. It may be one of the following:

  • Conflict with his father.
  • Blaming her father for every problem in her life.
  • He may not allow his sister to have a share in the parental property.
  • There may be deviation from what the family had stood for.
  • Forgotten the promise made to the father.
  • Forgo the interest of his father.
  • Repeat his father’s mistakes.
  • Not utilizing the resources of his father at the right time.
  • Deviated from the principle of his father regarding business.
  • Dispute over the share of the property.
  • One might not be on talking terms with the father.

When does one need to look into these issues? Only when there is a pain or when one gets hurt on the right knee. Then we can say the male guiding self is reminding us.

 

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