How do you change from bad to good person

How do you change from bad to good person 

We have many such bad habits, we never leave them even after wishing them.People get many bad habits like stealing, robbing, lying, robbery etc. Due to these bad habits they do not live their life well.To leave these bad habits, they go to big saints and great men to ask for advice.Those people give advice, we also follow their advice but still we are not able to give up over bad habits. These bad habits are not leaving because we do not want to leave them. If we have to leave it, then determination has to be taken in the mind. Only then will we be able to be a good person.


How do I change myself from bad to good. 

If you read the stories given below well then you will be able to understand better how to change yourself.

How do you change from bad to good person

1) Bad habit. 

Once a seeker asked Swami Ramakrishna - 'I always keep taking the name of God. I do bhajan-kirtan, meditate, yet why do thoughts arise in my mind? ' Swamiji smiled upon hearing this. He told an anecdote to explain the seeker. A man was bitten by a dog. He loved her very much. Sometimes he takes her in his lap, sometimes he cries. Even the dog used to stay with him while eating, drinking, sleeping or going out. Seeing this action of his, one day an elder told him that such attachment to a dog was not right. After all, it is animals. Don't know when someday something untoward happens. Harm or bite you This thing settled in the mind of the man. He immediately decided to stay away from the dog. But how can that dog understand this thing! On seeing the owner, he used to run and fall in his lap. He tries to lick his mouth. The owner would also drive him away. But the dog did not give up his habit. After many days of hard work and reprimanding the dog, this habit of the dog came to an end. Swamiji told the seeker after narrating the story - 'You too should be like this. The worldly pleasures in which you have indulged in attachment habits for so long, how can they leave you so easily? First you stop pampering them. Turn them away from you by being ruthless, innocent. Only then you will be able to get rid of them completely. As you repress bad habits, the concentration of mind will increase and the religion will automatically rejoice in the mind. '




2) Resolve power. 

Once Gautama Buddha stayed in a mountainous area with his disciples. In the evening he went out for a visit with one of his disciples. Both were enjoying the enchanting view of nature. Seeing the huge and strong rocks, curiosity arose within the disciple. He asked- 'These rocks will not be ruled by anyone, because they are unwavering, unstoppable and hard.' On hearing the disciple, Buddha said - 'No, no one rules these powerful rocks. These rocks are broken into pieces by an iron stroke. ' On this the disciple said- 'Then iron became all-powerful.' Buddha smiled and said- 'No, Agni can change the form of iron by its heat.' The disciple listening to them patiently said- 'Meaning, Agni is the most powerful.' 'No. Water transforms heat of fire into coolness and calms fire. ' The disciple then asked - 'Who rules the water?' The Buddha replied - 'The velocity of air also changes the direction of water.' Before the disciple could say anything, Buddha said- 'Now you will say that the wind became the most powerful. No. Air is not the most powerful. The most powerful is the resolving power of man, because this is how the earth, water, air, and fire can be controlled. The arrival of hardness, warmth and coolness within itself can be controlled by its determination power. Therefore, the power of will is all-powerful.

3) Poverty of mind. 

Whenever Rabindranath Tagore came and stayed at the Amrit Dhara Bhawan in Gwal Mandi, his well-wishers would get inflamed. People used to ask them different types of questions. There a young man would come and hang his face every day and sit back. One day Tagore asked him- 'Why do you remain sad like this?' Why don't you say something? The young man said- 'I am very poor Gurudev.' Tagore said- 'You give me one eye, I will give you one lakh rupees.' The young man said - 'If I give one eye, I will become Kana.' To this Tagore said- 'You also have two arms and two legs. If you give any of these, I will give you the price you want. ' The young man said - how can I give this part? They are very important to me. Tagore smiled and said- 'When you have such important things, and you own such valuable things, then why do you make fun of yourself by calling them poor.' The young man understood his intention.



4) Life estate. 

Pandit Ramnath, a scholar of logic, established the school in a secluded forest near Navadwip. Maharaja Shivchandra was ruled by Krishna Nagar. Maharaj was skilled at policy and was also a scholar. He heard the discussion of Pandit Ramnath. He was saddened to learn that such a great scholar is spending his days in poverty. Maharaj himself went there and asked Ramnath ji, 'How does your household expenses go?' Panditji said, 'The householder knows more about household expenses than me. If you have anything to ask, ask them. Raja went to Panditji's house and asked the housewife, 'Is there any shortage for the house-spending?' Panditji's wife said, 'Maharaj! But what can their devotees lack in the face of all-powerful God? ' The king said, 'Yet Mataji …….' Sadhvi said, 'Maharaj! There is no shortage. Clothes to wear, bed to sleep on. There is a pot of soil to hold water. The students bring them straight to eat. What is the need of more than this? ' The king urged, 'Goddess! We want to provide you with the fiefdom of some villages. With this income, Gurukul will also be able to run properly and there will be no shortage in your life also. In response, the old brahmini smiled and started saying, 'God has already given a life-like estate to every human being. Whoever learns to handle this estate of life, there can be no lack of anything again. ' The king could not say anything further.

5) Account of bad deeds. 

A bandit came to Guru Nanak Devji and bowed at the feet and said - "I am a robber, fed up with my life. I want to improve, guide me, lead me from darkness to light." Nanakdevji said- "Stop stealing and lying today, everything will be alright." The robber greeted and went away. A few days later he came again and said- "I tried my best to get rid of lies and theft, but I couldn't do it. I couldn't change the way I wanted. You must tell me the remedy."

Guru Nanak began to think that what should be said to improve this robbery. He finally said that whatever work you have done in the day like robbery, theft, lies, etc., you should accept all the work in front of people while going home. And confess your crime too.

The robber found this solution simple. This time the robber turned back and did not come to Nanakdevji because when he used to steal the whole day, and in the evening he had stolen from his house, thinking that what Nanakdevji had said was that you should come and tell about your day's deeds but Very hesitant to tell about bad deeds and would have become self-effacing. He would dare to tell me all the work but he could not. Frustrated and disappointed, the robber one day suddenly appeared in front of Nanakdevji. Stating the reason for not coming so far, he said- "I had considered that solution very simple, but it turned out to be very difficult. I am ashamed to say my evils in front of people, so I stopped doing bad things." Nanakdevji made him better than a criminal.

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