These practices taught by Mahesh Krishnamurthy have been a great blessing for my wife and I. They are transformational. The bad habits, negative emotions, painful memories, and overall accumulated clutter in the mind is like having a garden that has been overrun by weeds, thorns, and trash. It smells bad, it looks bad, it feels bad– it is just bad! Living in such a state is burdensome and sometimes even feels hopeless. Mahesh Krishnamurthy’s practices are, however, game-changers that uproot the mind’s weeds and thorns and cleans out the trash so that the garden once again can flourish with the fragrance and beautiful flowers of peace, happiness, and clarity. Before these practices, negative and harmful thought patterns and emotions would frequently ruin the day and crush positivity and peace. The negativity would then worsen interpersonal relationships such as with each other and with other family members and this would lead to more angry, hurtful fights in a vicious cycle.
By consistently putting the practices into action, it first led to letting go of and resolving the negativity, anger, and frustration stored in the mind. This meant that even without anyone else in the world changing, we were still more at peace and happier. When we were happier, it improved our interactions with each other and others and this led to stronger, more harmonious bonds. The practices also improved our ability to manage relationships in a more effective, understanding way.