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Thursday, February 18, 2010

Freedom from Conflict (Part-3)

Freedom from Conflict (Part-3)

This is continuation of attempt to translate chapter-10 - titled "क्लेश मुक्ति" - of manav vyavhar darshan by Baba Shree A. Nagraj Sharma.

* A completely awakened human-being realizes justice in its behaviour, and resolution in its thinking.

* Human-experience is only in Existence expressed as Co-existence (as against being "somewhere else"). A human-being that is free of illusion - experiences in co-existence as experience of truth. Whole of jeevan (buddhi, chitta, vritti, and mun) then becomes experience-centric, and this is the beginning of principle-centered living.

* Thinking (that happens in jeevan) and Behaviour (that happens with an enlivened body) both get received with expectation by jeevan (in mun).

* The effect of experience in co-existence (in atma) on thinking (in vritti) is behavioural-mediation - which gets evidenced as Justice and Dharma.

* The effect of experience in co-existence (in atma) on buddhi is unwavering-conviction of truth.

* Justice, Dharma, and Truth are different manifestations of Experience in Co-existence (in atma).

* Experience in Co-existence itself gets manifested as Justice in human-behaviour. Experience in Co-existence itself gets manifested as Dharma in human-thinking. Experience in Co-existence itself is ultimate Truth in human-experience.

* Behavioural-Mediation is the capability in self (jeevan) of mediating between positive and negative behaviours - and realize Justice. Thought-Mediation is the capability in self (jeevan) of mediating between positive and negative thoughts - and realize Resolution. Experience-Mediation is the capability in self (jeevan) of experiencing each and every being's saturation in pervasive-space.

* Atma gets awakened upon experiencing in pervasive-space; buddhi and chitta get awakened upon attaining the capability of presenting resolution; vritti and mun get awakened upon attaining the capability of realizing justice in behaviour.

* Unattachment to illusion is freedom from the burden of doing. This is in the form of acceptance in self that it can still d

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