Sadness-A sacred expression.

I am feeling very sad in this moment. I felt this kind of sadness after long time. I don’t know how to act in this state of my existence. So I just started writing to put sadness into words.

Often when I feel extremely sad, my sadness always leads me to some ecstatic event of life. So in my opinion sadness is just an omen towards Euphoria.

I feel that Sadness is just a  way for our soul to communicate with us. In my opinion, sadness is no different from another sacred expression of our soul.

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Sadness is another sacred expression through which our soul communicates with us.

I feel very grounded and humble in the moment of extreme sadness. My feelings of deep sadness are not very different from the feelings of love. I would say that deeper one feels the sadness , the more one goes towards love since sadness and love are just two different expressions of same entity called soul.

I never try to escape from the moment of sadness since I have a firm belief that moment of sadness has so much sacredness in it and this sacredness that exists within the sadness always brings us closer to our soul.

Sadness often reminds me the beauty of being ecstatic. Without the experience of sadness, I could never write any poetry to express the experience of ecstasy. In fact without sadness, defining Ecstasy is just futile.

I feel that Ecstasy exists since sadness exists. Without sadness, only dullness could exist.

Somehow I already started to feel ecstatic while embracing sadness while writing. So I am going to quit writing anymore since I promised myself that I would only write this post out of my sadness.

~Love

~Varun

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About mysticpunj

Spiritual being on human journey who lives on diet called LOVE, Blogger, World Traveler, Mystic,Spiritual Teacher,Philosopher

Posted on March 18, 2014, in philosophy, spiritual blog and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. i hope the writing is therapeutic, and helps you let go of the sadness.

  2. Very nice read, I’m actually reading a book by Viktor Frankl titled “Man’s Search for Meaning.” It’s about his experience being in a concentration camp and one of the things that really stuck out to me was this “no need to be ashamed of tears, for tears bore witness that a man had the greatest of courage, the courage to suffer.”

    I also wrote a similar post on “The Real You” that I’d love to get your perspective on. I hope that it is as refreshing to you as reading this post was to me: http://uncoveryourpotential.wordpress.com/2014/03/13/the-real-you/

  3. Its a right to have sadness, without which we would not appreciate happiness.

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