Live A Happy Married Life : Resolve Conflicts In Marriage

Accepting another individual as a spouse means accepting the way he or she is. However, this is something that we do not realize at the time of marriage. Furthermore, the unification of two individuals in a marriage is nothing but a "merger" of two separate egos. We are unable to accept our partner the way she or he is because there are two different egos, mindsets, and beliefs at work. This is the reason for the rise of conflicts in marriage. How can we solve these conflicts or relationship problems? How to live a happy married life? These are a few questions that are still unanswered for many of us. 

Pujya Dadashri in his book 'Harmony in Marriage' has answered all types of questions regarding the interactions between a husband and a wife, which can help resolve relationship problems to lead a happy married life. Pujya Dadashri was also married, but he never had a single difference of opinion with his wife throughout his entire life. This book is a compilation of Pujya Dadashri's life experiences, deep understanding and insight, and solutions proposed by him. He has unfolded the path of Akram Science through which a person can find a solution to experience permanent bliss and happiness while living a married life.

Please read the questions and answers below and read the highly recommended book “Harmony in Marriage,” which you can download in the last section of this page (for free). If you have any questions or are looking for solutions to any problems, we can guide you. Please send us an email on [email protected] and we will get back as soon as possible. 

Jealousy between Husband-Wife

Possessiveness with husband i.e. my husband should remain mine only creates jealousy. But you are pure soul, so you should have attachment with your soul only. Then there is no jealousy, no attachment, no possessiveness.

Spiritual Quotes

  1. Where there are no opinions, there is no scope for conflict.
  2. The words, 'husband' and 'wife' are filled with intense infatuation and attachment, but that attachment becomes weaker when you use the word 'companion'.
  3. Human nature is such that wherever there is excessive love (love with attachment and expectations and conditional love), there exists an undercurrent of abhorrence and repulsion.
  4. If you create misery for anyone, you will get the same dose back. An hour's worth of misery given to others will result in a lifetime of pain for you.
  5. With your wife, you have a partnership, not an ownership.
  6. What should a husband be like? He should never let any difficulties befall upon his wife or his children. And what should the wife be like? Such, that she never causes problems for him.
  7. Quarrels in the home affect the growing minds of children. Homes that are free of quarrels will have healthy children with emotional maturity. Otherwise a lot of problems will ensure for these children in the future.
  8. Anyone, who indulges in forbidden sexual relationships, will have to endure tremendous physical and mental suffering.
  9. If you remain sincere to your spouse, then the benefits you reap from doing so, will be equivalent to the benefits one received when practising the level of celibacy (no sex at all) required during the time of the Tirthankars (The Absolute and Fully Enlightened Lords).
  10. A Gnani Purush shows you a way to escape the net of the world. He shows you the path to moksh (liberation) and puts you on that track so that you feel that you have been liberated from the problems of external forces forever.

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