I have not only been a regular client of Nishtha’s but a very keen observer too. Though I never intended to practice the art ( I am just too restless for that), I always watched her do readings, practice new things and most importantly listen to her advice!
“Kritee be patient, not lazy” the words that she has said to be in the most darkest of my times where I chose to shut off myself than accept the truth. It took me a lot of time to distinguish and cross that thin line that separates patience from laziness.
Then finally it struck me and these were the words that made me realize why some students or clients find it easier to disbelieve facts, because they don’t come with an open mind!
Its a two-way process, Nishtha doesn’t judge you, she empowers you, only if you are willing to use that power positively.
This is what she said to me when I lost focus
“When a fisherman goes fishing and waits for the fish, he is patient, but if dozes off while waiting, he’s lazy! Learn the difference.
Its rightly said that an empty mind is the devil’s workshop? Care to think why? Because the body is so lazy, that mind also takes the lead and looses focus, thereby wandering off in useless directions.
One has to learn to balance the mind and body, that’s how its done. What is the nature was not patient?
What if trees kept growing or candles burned out in seconds? On the contrary what if trees never grew? Or there were no winds, life is not race but that doesn’t mean it has to come to a standstill.”
The fact of the matter is:
LIVE every moment and just like at work you are “open to criticism” by peers, similarly be open to the needs of your mind and body to be a great teacher and a receptive student.
both of us