Mental and Psychological Limitations (010-080)
Every person has some limitations. The human body is limited and vulnerable from a variety of perspectives. No one can lift a one-tonne weight having no means of lifting. This is a human limitation. So, just as our bodies are limited, the power of the “mind-psyche set” is also limited.
Regardless of the pseudoscientific stories, in which a person learns how to use his neglected brain capacities and then does extreme works, the mental powers of humans are limited. Even if it becomes possible to fully exploit this so-called capacity, the mental-psychological power of the human being has got limitations yet. Everything in this world is limited.
If one figures out that point, then they will not have any extravagant expectations. They would not want to save the whole world all by themselves. They are more likely to respect their inabilities and subsequently do not suffer too much.
The above-said example of a one-tonne weight in the physical world is understandable to everyone, but, on the contrary, the mental-psychological examples are not tangible to everyone. Mind and psyche are not something separate from our brain’s corporeality; then, as we believe in the limitations of the body, we now have to believe in the limitations of the “mind-psyche set”. This “seemingly” non-physical set has also some limits that cannot be overlooked.
Among friends, I know someone who has always been brooding over other people’s problems and has always tried to help them spiritually, but unfortunately this behaviour of his has made him extremely vulnerable. It seems that he does not want to admit that he also has limitations in this regard.
Translated by Daydaad