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Thursday, February 18, 2010

Freedom from Illusion is Effortlessness - Part-5
This is continuation of translation of chapter-5 - titled "निर्भ्रमता ही विश्राम" - of manav vyavhar darshan by Baba Shree A. Nagraj Sharma.

* Absence of Principle-centered Thinking is the root-cause of Exploitation - which eventually causes sorrow for oneself and others.

* Acceptance and Commitment for one's duties towards family, society, and systems develops one's all-round capability and realizes accomplishments of family, society, and systems. The absence of acceptance and commitment towards duties this leads to withering of individual-capabilities and accomplishments also.

* The effect of one person on another depends on other's need and status with respect to awakening.

* Progress and Status of an Entity of Nature depends on its acquired-capability, its activities, and its environment.

* Composition of Matter determines an entity's Constitution; Constitution's fulfillment determines Conscious or Inert; Conscious or Inert determines Capability; Capability determines the Manner of Expression; Manner of Expression determines that entity's Need; Need of the entity determines its Activities; Activities determine its Progress towards Awakening; Progress towards Awakening determines the Outcomes; The Outcomes determine Integration or Disintegration; Integration or Disintegration determine Composition of Matter.


Happiness is a conscious-phenomenon. In the absence of acceptances of realities in buddhi - it is not possible to have meaningful-thinking. In the absence of experience in knowledge-essence in atma - it is not possible realize acceptances of realities in buddhi. Happiness is the Dharma (the aspect which can't be alienated from oneself) of human-being - which is the most-developed entity of this world. It is not possible to alienate human-being from its expectation of happiness even at the places where matter is not there. Therefore - knowledge is pervasive. The basis of human-being's (expectation for) happiness is the all-pervasive knowledge or Space. Knower of this knowledge is jeevan. Jeevan realizes this knowledge in human-living. Every human-being can become a knower.

* Experience in Co-existence itself is achievement of complete-knowledge by Self.

Knowledge is present at all times and at every place. Knowledge is there - but it gets revealed and realized by an awakened human-being.

* Matter is Eternal and Knowledge is Pervasive.

The integration and disintegration activities seen in matter-order signal the natural-inclination in the matter-order of coming together.

In pranic-order the growth-activity through procreation is also seen - apart from the inclination of coming-together. The pranic-cells collect minerals and other substances from their environment and realize compositions in accordance to the composition-method innate in them. Each pranic-cell does composition only in accordance to its composition-method. This observation in existence is an inspiration (for human-being) to recognize strong-commitment and non-violation to Principles in Existence.

As soon as an atom achieves constitutional-completeness - it becomes conscious, or with an ability of thinking. Now this atom doesn't form bonds with other atoms to form molecules - but gets into the bondage of wanting to live. This bondage is merely of wanting to live.

The intent of wanting to live is realizable through enlivening animal-bodies and human-bodies. Wanting to live gets manifested as "fear of death" while living. The intent of getting rid of this fear is observable in animals also - through forming groups. The same intent - of wanting freedom from fear - is seen in humankind in illusion. Apart from fear, the intent of wanting to consume is similar between humans in illusion and in animals. However, it is evident that humankind's way of consuming (or its material-aspects of living) has kept changing ever since its advent on Earth. In the same vein, human-being achieves the knowledge for realizing its true-nature. The patterns of thinking (and thereby living) of human-being make demarcation of inhuman-ness, human-ness, and divinity possible. This demarcation makes the study of human-being's social-behaviour possible.

The common-intent of each and every human-being is expectation of happiness - which is dharma of humankind. This is the basis of human-beings wanting to come-together.

Happiness is the natural-expectation of humankind. Each human-being is effortfull or is trying to achieve happiness. Each human-being wants to experience happiness.

"May there be Universal-Goodness"

Posted by Rakesh Gupta

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