I am sure that we have all experienced this at some point in our life. What is the blame game? One becomes part of this when one refuses to take responsibility for one’s actions. The easiest thing in the world is to blame someone else when things go wrong. The ego plays a central part in this life’s drama as the protagonist refuses to face the facts and accept that he is wrong. This is when he starts looking for excuses and fall guys to transfer the blame to. You will see this happening everyday if you are part of a large organisation or if you observe politics. This blame game is like a game of ping pong! It keeps going on till the topic changes!

If one tries to go to the root of the problem then we find out that there is no self-analysis or introspection to find out if one is truly right or not. And if one realises that one is wrong, is one large hearted enough to accept that publicly and say, “Sorry, I was wrong, my bad.” It takes a different kind of person to accept one’s mistake in public, apologise and get on with life.

Most of the time, people will argue, shout from the rooftops and give excuses, blame someone or something and keep saying if this had happened that would have happened. These are purely self-serving apologists and should be recognised as such.

If we want to be honest and true to ourself, then it is best to accept responsibility for one’s actions. No one is right all the time, we are all humans, we are allowed to make mistakes, learn from them and with the bad experience become better human beings. That is life.

If one starts meditating early in life under the guidance of a self-realised Master, then one’s clearance starts early — the soul becomes the mirror to one’s existence. It starts showing the person his faults and shortcomings and nudging the person to change. Once the soul becomes strong then the person will not do anything that goes against the conscience, in fact the energy field around the physical body becomes so strong that nothing that is adverse comes in the aura field. The person is protected at all times — it is like a divine shield. Even if something bad does happen, the person has the inner strength to ride that storm without too much discomfort and progress in life. Now, there is no blame game as the soul becomes our guide!

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Girish Borkar

Girish Borkar

Spirituality ... meditation ... insights ... inner peace ... the journey continues... love and gratitude