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Fire Vs Wind

The last part of the Eleventh Chapter of Noipap A Soul Story

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-I want you to imagine you’re in your room, the window is open and the wind is blowing, so that the room is soaked through by an air stream. You’re trying to light a scented stick, but once you take the flame away from it, it burns a little and it dies. Now I want you to open your eyes and tell me why is it that the stick keeps dying.

-It’s very simple, because of the wind and because the flame is too small.

-You’re right. Now please close your eyes again and imagine an oak forest with a tree burning right in the middle of it. And when it burns in full swing the wind starts blowing really hard. Now, tell me please, do you think the fire is going to be put out? asked the lady butterfly.

-Definitely not, the wind will do nothing but spread the fire.

-All right, and if the wind changes direction, will it put out the fire?

-No, on the contrary, it will spread it to the surroundings, and the entire forest may catch on the fire.

-The flame of the scented stick is you, and the wind doesn’t have to concern you. If your flame becomes that of an oak, then stronger the wind, the greater you’ll become.”

Noipap,

A Soul Story

To be continued

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In 1000 Mirrors What Do You See

The fourth part of the Eleventh Chapter of Noipap.

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“A long time ago, in a faraway village in rural Japan, a master carpenter built a house with a room of a thousand mirrors. Shortly after that, the village became very popular because of this unusual house. It wasn’t long before it was famous in the samurai caste and from the simplest samurai to daimyo, and even the most important daimyo together with the shogun came to see it. In less than two years the house had been seen by all the important people, and the Emperor, also, who was considered the Sun’s son, came to see this miracle. Seeing what a beneficial impact it had on them all, the owner of the house decided to always leave the doors open so it could be visited anytime by anyone. This is how one day, just before the sunset, a downcast dog passed by this house. It was one of those dogs that are never in the mood to play, that are always gloomy and that growl if you give them too much of your attention. This dog decided to enter hoping to find someone to give him something to eat. It is important to note that, before entering the room with the thousand mirrors, he had to pass through a dark hallway. While the dog was crossing this hall, a thousand concerns and worries overtook him. The closer he came to the door of the mirrored room, the more afraid he was. After coming halfway, and seeing there was no danger, instead of encouraging himself to calmly advance, he let himself be fooled by fear. “Who knows what’s hiding in this darkness? Look, a light, but what if there’s someone who wants to hurt me?” Carried by these thoughts, he would have retreated, but pushed by his hunger, he kept moving forward. Entering the room, he found a thousand dogs watching him suspiciously. “I knew it, I was right!! Here I’ll find my end! All of them will just hurt me!” Out of fear, his hair went up on his back and he instinctively put himself on guard; at this moment, he saw a thousand dogs preparing to attack. Not knowing what to do, he started barking, but the result was that a thousand dogs started barking. Frightened, he started screaming, but he was overwhelmed by the roar of the thousand dogs, so he started running… When he was out of this house, he thought it was a horrible place, and he would never go back again because he had just lived through the worst experience of his life. A few days later, another dog was passing in the courtyard, but this time it was a small, happy dog. One of those restless dogs, a gentle, jumpy dog that is always looking for a reason to celebrate life. Seeing the door open, he decided to enter the house, thinking he would find someone to play with. While crossing the dark hallway, he started thinking: “Who knows what surprise will be waiting for me at the end of this hall? It will certainly be a pleasant surprise, life has always something good for me, just wait and see how much fun it will be!” But going halfway and seeing that there was nothing for him, just before discouraging himself, he saw the light at the end of the tunnel. He got excited and started running forward thinking: “There is just a little more, a few more steps and I get there!! Who knows what surprise life has prepared for me?!” Carried by these thoughts, he entered the room of a thousand mirrors with a sincere smile on his face. Great was his joy when he met a thousand dogs that smiled and gladly fawned just like himself. Seeing so many friendly faces he started jumping with joy, and he saw then that he was followed by a thousand other dogs, and he thought: “How much these dogs like me!” and when he started dancing there was a huge surprise: In front of him were a thousand dogs doing a breakdance. Leaving the house he thought: “What a wonderful place, and what nice welcoming dogs… I will definitely come back here again.”

Dear Papion, look at this room as if it was nothing but everyday life and the thousand mirrors were the faces you meet every day. What reflections do you see on the faces of the people you meet?

-I never thought about the others around me like this, but from now on, I will definitely reflect before jumping to conclusions. What was the second thing you wanted to talk to me about? Papion asked.

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Noipap Chapter 11 The Third Part

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-Yes, but it’s so difficult in this stone tree. I can’t stand these worms that keep relentlessly complaining. No matter how positive I am, they manage to shut my thoughts down, the worm sadly explained.

-Papion, I want to tell you two things: The first is that you cannot blame others, because you are the master of your thoughts! The sooner you realize it, the better you will be in this life. You are the creator of your own thoughts, but you need to create them consciously! There is an old recipe that Buddha left behind, for a pure mind. If you follow it, it will help you become the master of your mind and instead of letting yourself be driven by thoughts, you will be the one to lead yourself to anything you want! In order to work, this recipe needs to become a constant exercise, and for that, you’ll need to make a significant effort at the beginning! But don’t worry: Once you’ve learned it, this new way of thinking will become natural and even enjoyable.

-And what is this recipe?

-It’s made up of four steps:

“Allow positive thoughts to enter your mind ”

“ Don’t allow negative thoughts to enter your mind ”

“ Delete the negative thoughts that already exist in your mind”

“Feed the positive thoughts that already exist in your mind”

-Airam, I’m sorry, that’s right, but it seems easy to say but so hard to accomplish. How can I put it into practice? How do I block the negative thoughts? Papion asked.

-Gratitude is the key to this exercise! I think so. When your mind is overrun by negative thoughts, you have to think of something for which you’re grateful. We all have reasons to be thankful in this world, we just don’t consider them enough. When negative thoughts start showing up, remember something that you’re happy about and say: Thank you! In that precise moment your mind becomes a shield against the dark thoughts, and the same gratitude, if it comes from your heart, will erase the negative thoughts that are already in your mind. Please note that if a negative thought attracts a similar thought, the same principle applies to the positive thoughts! The dark thoughts will return, but now you’ll be protected by this shield called Gratitude, and all you have to do is to use it, Airam said.

-Do you really believe that?

-Yes, it works for me. In my opinion, gratitude is the way, at least I think so, and if I change my mind, I will not believe I am wrong now, but that I’ve grown. I am grateful to God for the little wisdom that is in my mind, and I pray every day to be able to grow, to restrain my pride, and to learn something from every being I meet. I really believe that everyone has a hidden message for us. All you need is to find it.

-Don’t you think too much?

-You can’t think too much, you can only think productively or destructively, depending on what you choose. As for the wickedness you see in others, I want to tell you a short story in Japanese folklore, that is called “The House of a Thousand Mirrors.” And so Airam began to tell the story:

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Noipap Chapter 11 / Second Part

Life is a Lesson

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-But if I keep trying and I bump into locked doors?

-It depends on your intention. Your intentions, whether correct or not, can open or lock doors for you. And I do not mean physical doors, but the ones that lead to a better life. Woe betide he who enters an opened door with bad intentions! Even if for a while it looks like a success, sooner or later fate will have its say! One way or another, he will curse the door he entered. Why do we think we can trick life? It’s time to wake up and understand that we simply trick ourselves!!

-Airam, how can I express myself to the others if they don’t understand me?

-I can only tell you that when you express yourself, you need to be calm, clear, and consistent! As for making others understand you… I can’t help you with that.

-What do you mean you can’t?! Papion asked, alarmed.

-Even if you could talk down to everyone, that doesn’t mean you can make them all understand you. So far no one has managed to do that. You have to give up worrying about what others may think of you! Have the courage to be always yourself. That is the greatest obligation to you! When you are real, without masks, everything will become clearer. Remember that the ones who love you love the good they see in you, not what you want to show. Think of how many of us wear masks all day long. They do not know who they are and what they want anymore. If they had the courage to be natural, to accept themselves as they really are without worrying about what others might say, and if they would instead try to correct their faults and develop their skills, wouldn’t they start to slowly understand who they really are and know exactly what they wish for? Wouldn’t it be an easier life knowing exactly who you are and what you want to become? If you’re doing everything you can to achieve your dream, when you go through tough times, it will be easier for you to accept them! It’s a virtue to go further, through the joys and hardships of life with enthusiasm! It’s a blessing knowing that everything is happening to teach you how to become better, stronger! Then, every day passes for a reason; it brings you closer to your dream! Wouldn’t it be better for us to understand that life is not a struggle? Life is a continuous lesson that helps us grow!!

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