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How to Conquer Jealousy or Envy


We all are here for a purpose and all around us has some past karmic account with us. All we meet in this life have some past unsettled karmic accounts with us and now we need to settle that with our positive karmas.

Know that the person that you are jealous or envious of has done some good karma in the past and they are now reaping the fruit. Take it as an inspiration to gain merit now for yourself. Create a sense of belongingness with them. See that they are a part of you. Think of all you have that they don't have and feel grateful. Join hands and form a team with them. Realise that in the current of moving time all will perish. Think of everyone that is jealous of you for what you have. Create a sense of belongingness in them by your kind actions.Know that their feelings are temporary.The best is not to recognise their envy or jealousy at alluns. If you recognise a feeling as a reality it only makes your ignorance grow.Know all feelings and emotions are just like passing clouds. Do not show off your talents to them. Know that they are puppets. They will all perish like apples and tomatoes - just a longer shelf-life (Laughter!).

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