Whence lost, there is no fear again:

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Whence lost, there is no fear again:

Greetings Friends!!!

Welcome to a path of radical liberty and unwavering love! Discover the transformational meaning of the proverb “Whence lost, there is no fear again” as we explore the depths of self-discovery and the limitless nature of genuine connection.


Discovering Freedom Beyond Fear in Love: Embracing Liberation.

When we feel exposed or unclear about the future of our relationships, fear, a natural feeling, frequently grabs our hearts. A thorough understanding of love, however, leads us to the idea that “Whence lost, there is no fear again.” Let’s look at the path of freedom that enables us to break free from the grasp of fear and accept the healing power of love.

Few ties compare to the profundity of romantic companionship in the complex web of human relationships. In its most basic form, love is a journey that connects two souls in a seamless dance of comprehension, loyalty, and trust that transcends the bounds of the self. But as the erratic currents of life carry us through both happy and turbulent periods, the worry of losing the one we love can turn into a menacing ghost that hovers over our hearts. 

  Love’s Selfless Path: A Journey Beyond Self-Identity:

The proverb “Whence lost, there is no fear again” prompts us to reflect on a profound philosophical and spiritual perspective on love and horror when a life partner lacks dedication and selflessness. This idea may at first seem unreasonable and even paradoxical since it challenges us to find freedom from fear in a situation that seems to be marked by its very presence. However, exploring its depths leads to a freeing, transformative understanding of love.

  We frequently feel compelled by a fundamental instinct to look to our partner’s loyalty and devotion for security and affirmation while we are in the throes of an intense emotional connection. We want to know that their love will survive the test of time and continue to be firm, unyielding, and true. But what if the sacred unity we share is subordinated to our partner’s sense of self? What if they are unable to exhibit the same degree of dedication and devotion as we do? 

Embracing Impermanence: Navigating the Waves of Change:

The voyage of “Whence lost, there is no fear again” takes shape in such situations as a path to self-discovery and enlightenment. The key to this journey is realising that love is not about possessing or controlling another person but rather about having a genuine connection that fosters both personal development and understanding amongst people. 

  We must practise self-love and recognise that our worthiness is independent of another person’s loyalty if we want to walk this path without fear. We can overcome our fear of loss by recognising our individuality and embracing our own identity. We release love from the bonds of dependence and expectation when we realise that we are whole creatures in and of ourselves.       

The paradoxical fact that emerges on this journey is that when we accept the transience of life, our fear of loss vanishes. Nothing in our corporeal world is static, and sorrow can result from clutching onto the fleeting. Instead, accepting that everything, including relationships, are transient frees us from dread and enables us to treasure every second without the weight of attachment. 

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Let us dissolve into the great ocean of cosmic love:

The journey of “Whence lost, there is no fear again” requires us to rise above the bounds of our particular identities and dissolve into the great ocean of cosmic love. Realising that change is the one constant in life and that the actual meaning of love is not found in its constancy but rather in its limitless power to enlighten and raise our souls is what it means to love. 

 Finally, the path of emancipation in unselfish love asks us to let go of our fears and accept the ups and downs of life’s great symphony. It is a call to go beyond our own boundaries and find comfort in the unwavering core of who we are.  

Navigating the Emptiness: When Love Lingers, but the Soul Connection Fades:

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Possessiveness is the root cause of Pain:

The heart may feel broken and exposed in the absence of the previously strong and loving connection. The person may begin to doubt the fundamental nature of what they once believed they had—love, emotional closeness, and shared dreams that appeared unbreakable—in this condition of emotional turmoil. The mind struggles to fill the gap left behind when the agony of loss sets in. However, a fresh viewpoint only appears as a result of this inner trip. The person can come to see that nothing was ever genuinely theirs to acquire in the first place. Intangible, dynamic forces like love, emotions, and connections cannot be captured or owned like tangible things can.   

It might be freeing to realise that you never had control over another person’s emotions or identity. It awakens the knowledge that every person is a distinct being on a special journey of development and self-discovery. In its purest form, love ought to be about nurturing and supporting each other’s personal development and pleasure rather than about dominating or possessing one another. 

 The dread of losing the other fades as this realisation sinks in since the attachment to possessing the relationship in a particular way no longer holds sway. The individual’s concept of love and self undergoes a deep alteration as a result of the agony and heartache. 

Healing Through Acceptance: Embracing the Transience of Love and Life:

Not by erasing the past or numbing the pain, but by accepting the transience of life and love, the heart that was once broken begins to mend. It gains the ability to treasure the moments and encounters experienced with the spouse without becoming overcome by nostalgia for the past. 

Embracing the Dance of Transient Bonds: Finding Beauty and Meaning in Every Moment of Connection:

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 Moments and relationships, joys and tragedies, come and go like waves on the shore, and this is the very fabric of life—a fabric of transience. Humans frequently look for consistency and permanency in their relationships because we all long for an unending refuge of love and safety. But the only way we can muster the fortitude to wade through the ebb and flow of life’s ties is by accepting the idea of transience. 

 Every relationship—romantic, family, or platonic—is a ballet of energies that flows and mingles for a moment before dissipating. We must grasp that the worth and importance of these interactions are not diminished by their transience. Instead, it enhances them by instilling in us a sense of urgency and preciousness that compels us to cherish every moment we share with our loved ones. 

Please read my post: Holistic Path of Lifelong Love and Loyalty.


Every ending becomes a fresh start, an opportunity for us to reinvent ourselves and investigate fresh relationships and opportunities. 

The voyage of “Whence lost, there is no fear again” encourages us to let go of our fear and accept the transforming power of love. We discover wholeness inside ourselves and in the transience of all things on this road of emancipation, selflessness, and growth. We learn to surrender fearlessly and put our faith in the unchanging beauty of love as we make our way through the waves of uncertainty. So, let’s start down this route because it will lead us to the true meaning of love, which is a limitless force that liberates, uplifts, and nurtures us.

  Transience is the thread that runs through the entire magnificent fabric of existence, binding us all together via our common human experience. Our shared belief that the rhythm of change and progress binds us transcends the boundaries of our different journeys. 

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Arun Singha

Retired from AIRPORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA as Dy. General Manager (CNS).BSc(Mathematics Honors). Age 60years. Studying ancient Indian Philosophy along with modern physics and modern Biology. Follow Dr. Bruce H Lipton, Dr. JOE DISPENJA , Gregg Braden and Swami Sarvapriyananda among others. Writing consolidated articles on Upanishads, Advaita Vedanta and other ancient Indian Texts. Wish to work for the society to help people through personal guidance, motivation. Self has work experience of 36 years in the field of Air Navigation Service at different Airports in India. Gained vast experience in handling man and machine. Would like to reach to the people to share my life experiences, how I had overcome great challenges and difficulties at different times and positions.

22 thoughts on “Whence lost, there is no fear again:”

  1. Wow just wow and wonderfully articulated article Sir. The topic you chosen is best n must that everyone is travelling thru….felt soo good to read such an amazing n relatable post 🤗👌👌👌❤🙏🙏🙏

  2. A loving relationship is one in which the loved one is free to be himself
    VERY well chosen topic for todays generation. “Any relation is like two substances coming together, and there’s a reaction , then both are transformed “Says a quote.
    Keep posting , well written
    Man Kun

    1. Thank you so much for your lovely words.
      Your comments add insights.
      These are hard truth.
      Well said.
      Today’s generation should think about their relationship and bonding that lasts forever.
      Thank you so much 😊🙏

  3. Great post. Interestingly, constancy and lack of change leads to stagnation and even degradation of not only love relationships, but any relationship, and not only relationships, but everything in human life and life itself.
    As soon as you stop going forward and up, you begin to move backward, fall behind and stagnate.
    In our time, this issue becomes the most acute. For example, in professional development in the last century it was possible to learn one fundamental specialty and then build up qualifications in it all your life. At the current moment of time, it is already problematic to develop in only one limited specialty, you have to constantly study, study related specializations, sometimes relearn radically, changing the direction of applying your strengths.
    The same is true for personal relationships. This is also one of the elements of maintaining interest in your partner, who also changes and maintains and develops his individuality.

    In general, there is something to think about in this matter.

    I wish you creative inspiration

    1. Thank you so much for the reply. This post is based on events from my personal experience. When I detected the loss, I initially had a very turbulent situation in my mind. Finally, I got some books, as I have mentioned on my posts, “My journey through Books.”
      Once lost, forever learned There was nothing left to forfeit, no fear to deter. Life’s trials bestowed invaluable lessons; an unseen force safeguarded me. Others may follow three paths: self-destruction, vengeance on betrayers, or succumbing to madness from denial. My journey diverged, and an extraordinary transformation unfolded. Wisdom was attained, and the path to enlightenment was embraced.

      I would like to write an article titled “BREAKING MARRIAGE IS NOT A SOLUTION.” It is in drafting mode.

      It’s better to continue and learn. That is one type of renunciation practise that progresses.

      Thanks a lot for your feedback. Best regards.
      What is your name, please?
      Best regards. 🙏🙏

      1. Arun, I reread this post and got even more out of it this time around. I am rereading it now as it relates to my marriage of 34 years. We have helped each other along in so many ways. You have obviously read so much and are very conversant in the topic as well as advanced on the spiritual path. I am approaching the end of my life but am spiritually struggling. Am rereading Yogananda and Kamlesh Patel.
        I saw your many likes on my blog but they are of just art works. I can’t reciprocate in quantity but follow you with great respect. I am curtailing my blogging for now. I am Bipolar and need to limit this sort of activity. So thank you for the “likes” and for your posts and my name is Ellen.

        1. Thank you so much for your comments and elaborate explanations on the topic.
          What you see in this content is nothing but my real life experience.
          There is nothing in this body.
          The body has five layers.
          All layers are explained in the ancient texts.
          From the gross physical body you need to enter into the subtle body, then the causal body.
          Beyond that is infinite existence not in space time limits.
          Happy that you have understood.
          I will share the contents related to five layers.
          It is purely conceptual.
          Regards 🙏

          1. I have reread a third time. My mind is dense and I want what you write to really sink in. It is my biggest challenge… to face the loss of my husband. I live in “pregret.” My husband coined the word. I know he is “on loan” and there is no painless escape.

            You have written an excellent piece here. So clear. So comprehensive. Again, thank you!!🙏🏽

            1. You will overcome all losses.
              Will get enormous wisdom which will be your strength for eternity. Will take you to the final point with logic. No doubts. You yourself will be there where there is no doubt.
              Meditate and meditate.
              I will send you the details of meditation according to Patanjali Yogasutra.
              Have a blissful time ahead 😊
              Regards 🙏

        2. Life is never ending. Life of the body has a limit. But the real me is eternal.
          Find that eternal Self.
          Easily visible.
          Just realise with a conscious mind.
          Definitely you will find.
          Please read the panchakosha theory.
          A logical analysis.
          Regards 🙏

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