Posted by SaiUma
If there is a conflict over an ancestral property and if a person involved in the conflict develops a knee pain, then the message for them is “end the conflict amicably”, and “do not be possessive”.
I will give you an example to understand this concept easily.
There were two brothers. Their ancestral property was in Anna Nagar, Chennai. One of them came to me. He was 86 years old and he had a knee pain. His brother was 87 years old.
If a patient complains about others we can immediately infer then that whatever he tells about others is applicable only to him.
The elder brother is living outside Chennai from his age of 24 years.
When the younger brother wanted to sell the property, the elder brother told him, “I was not in Chennai and you have enjoyed the property all these years. So you have to give me twenty lakhs more”.
The younger one replied, “I will not give you any extra share in property as I have maintained the house all these years. I have spent lot of money for maintaining the house, for which you have not contributed anything”.
He told me, “Whatever my brother is asking is unfair. His advocate also agrees with me. However, my brother is very stubborn. “
I asked him, “Since how long you have this knee problem?”
“For the last six years”.
“How long you have been trying to sell this house?”
“For the past six years“– came the reply.
“Are you ready to give any amount to your brother?”
“Yes. I am ready to give him 10 lakhs of rupees”.
“When you are ready to give him money means that your brother is fair. You have accepted him asking for money. Therefore, you give him whatever he demands. There is no knee problem to your elder brother”.
“Though, you may say so many things to justify your stand, the body is only thinking about your Karma. It says, ‘Do not be possessive. Yield and end the conflict amicably as it is for your own good’”.
I told him to say to the knee, ‘I thank you my knee. I am ready to yield to my brother’s request and accept his demand”. Immediately the pain reduced.
The third message here, “Love is more important than money”.
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