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How Pain Makes Us Grow Spiritually And Emotionally

21 Sep 2015

If you are familiar with the teachings of Psychic Deniz, then you are probably well aware of the fact that pain allows us to experience spiritual and emotional growth. Remaining in the same place for a long period of time goes much deeper than your geographic location, it also has a lot to do with your emotional and spiritual mindset.

Experiencing pain is the only surefire way to make progress from both of the aforementioned standpoints. Pain is a much greater learning experience than happiness ever could be. For example, let’s say you have met a great significant other. The relationship is going well and you are beginning to imagine a future spent alongside of this person.
painNow let’s say that they betray you, break your heart and your trust and the relationship ends. The resulting pain helps you to grow far more than the relationship ever would have. This is also true for close friendships that end up falling by the wayside and familial relationships that we drift away from as we get older.

Pain forces us to dig deep, to confront things about ourselves that we don’t like. Pain forces us to look at our deepest insecurities and devise methods for overcoming them. There is a reason why some people are reticent to get too close to others and while each individual reason will vary, their reticence is often rooted in the lessons that they learned during a period of pain fueled spiritual and emotional growth.

If we don’t experience pain and suffering, then we continue to assume that our way of life is perfect. Pain teaches us how to recognize our own faults, while also helping us to notice the effects of our actions on others. A person who has never experienced pain is often inherently selfish.

This is not because they are a lesser person. Far from it. Selfishness stems from a lack of emotional and spiritual knowledge. It has been said that suffering is a physical representation of the gap that exists between our self-image and what we actually are. The best way to bridge this gap is to go through a painful experience and give it a chance to help us grow and mature.

We become more cognizant of our surroundings and pain also keeps us attuned to signs of suffering in our fellow man. Unless we have gone through our own pain, it can be difficult to develop the emotional maturity that we need to become a better friend and neighbor to the people around us.

No one wants to go through a painful experience. But there is a way to make these hard times work in your favor. By embracing the pain and its capacity to serve a catalyst for spiritual and emotional growth, we can turn these difficult scenarios into learning experiences, as opposed to extended periods of sadness.

If you are familiar with the teachings of Psychic Deniz, then you are probably well aware of the fact that pain allows us to experience spiritual and emotional growth. Remaining in the same place for a long period of time goes much deeper than your geographic location, it also has a lot to do with your emotional and spiritual mindset.

Experiencing pain is the only surefire way to make progress from both of the aforementioned standpoints. Pain is a much greater learning experience than happiness ever could be. For example, let’s say you have met a great significant other. The relationship is going well and you are beginning to imagine a future spent alongside of this person.

Now let’s say that they betray you, break your heart and your trust and the relationship ends. The resulting pain helps you to grow far more than the relationship ever would have. This is also true for close friendships that end up falling by the wayside and familial relationships that we drift away from as we get older.

Pain forces us to dig deep, to confront things about ourselves that we don’t like. Pain forces us to look at our deepest insecurities and devise methods for overcoming them. There is a reason why some people are reticent to get too close to others and while each individual reason will vary, their reticence is often rooted in the lessons that they learned during a period of pain fueled spiritual and emotional growth.

If we don’t experience pain and suffering, then we continue to assume that our way of life is perfect. Pain teaches us how to recognize our own faults, while also helping us to notice the effects of our actions on others. A person who has never experienced pain is often inherently selfish.

This is not because they are a lesser person. Far from it. Selfishness stems from a lack of emotional and spiritual knowledge. It has been said that suffering is a physical representation of the gap that exists between our self-image and what we actually are. The best way to bridge this gap is to go through a painful experience and give it a chance to help us grow and mature.

We become more cognizant of our surroundings and pain also keeps us attuned to signs of suffering in our fellow man. Unless we have gone through our own pain, it can be difficult to develop the emotional maturity that we need to become a better friend and neighbor to the people around us.

No one wants to go through a painful experience. But there is a way to make these hard times work in your favor. By embracing the pain and its capacity to serve a catalyst for spiritual and emotional growth, we can turn these difficult scenarios into learning experiences, as opposed to extended periods of sadness.

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