The thing about dharma is it’s simple. We all know what we want to do in life or what we need to do in life (dharma), but why do so many never do it? Do they fear success? Do they fear rejection? Do they fear the pangs of temporal failure? Are they not exactly at one with themselves? What is it that drives people to be less than they could? Doesn’t matter to everyone to be a success I guess. Success means different things for different people. Those who want love usually have a tough time finding it.
Nothing is Simple
Those who want career success seem to have a difficult time picking the right path. And people who want spiritual advancement are continually met with demons. No matter what path you choose, not much is easy unless you have a lot of good deeds to back you up. Nothing is simple and evil will always come to lurk and hurt good people who want well-balanced lives. In essence, doing the right thing is always the easiest thing to do. But it also attracts the greatest amount of haters once you do it.
Dharma is Simple
So you have to train and build your spiritual fortress in whatever way you know how. Some use feng shui; some use spiritual practices; do some good deeds. Whatever weapons you have to fight off the nonsense, you have to do it. Before it creeps up on you in the middle of the night to strangle your dreams. Dharma is simple, overcoming your fears and the obstacles of an odd dimension are a little less so. Knowing what you want however is half the battle.