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Purusha Limited By the Nature Of the Three Gunas

The three Gunas of Nature provide a key that we can use to understand the evolutionary development of the soul as it begins to awaken to self-consciousness and grows in its identification with the Jiva, the divine portion of the immortal Purusha. 294 more words

Sri Aurobindo

RELIGION - THE PATH TO RIGHTEOUSNESS

We all follow our religions, follow the rituals and also preach about it. But do we actually live our religion, do we actually follow it? I have asked this question to myself several times in the past and it is only now in the recent past that I have got all my answers to faith and religion. 881 more words

Happiness

SRIMAD BHAGVAD GITA — LORD KRISHNA’S OWN WORDS

 

JNANA KARMA SANYASA YOGA

 

THE YOGA OF RENUNCIATION OF ACTION IN KNOWLEDGE

CHAPTER 4-5

Here Lord Krishna says that he is the Ishwara i.e the creator of this cosmic Universe.I manifest as an Avatara ( coming down) by my illusory power called maya.The Jeevas are born inorder to exhaust their Karmas good or bad.e.g on a personal level the cells or the organs of the body have their own independent functions but they in totality they work for my body.Same is the case with your body or all bodies in the Universe.An ocean has many waves, some may be big or small, forceful or mild, but they are all parts of the Ocean.The common element that binds them is water.All waves are made up of water and Ocean is also made up of water. 358 more words

Srimad Bhagvad Gita

The Ego and the Jiva

The central difficulty faced by the seeker comes down to the understanding of “who am I?”. The great sage Ramana Maharshi used this question as the basis for distinguishing the true self from the apparent self. 475 more words

Sri Aurobindo

First Thought.

Hi World.

I have decided to create a page to show my true spirit, so you can follow and be one with yourself and know that you are not alone in your journey through life. 256 more words

As It Is

SRIMAD BHAGVAD GITA — LORD KRISHNA’S OWN WORDS

JNANA KARMA SANYASA YOGA

THE YOGA OF RENUNCIATION OF ACTION IN KNOWLEDGE

CHAPTER 4-5

Srimad Bhagvad Gita

The Union of the Jiva and the Purushottama

Confusion in terms has led to confusion of effort and focus. We start out identifying ourselves with the ego-personality and we then try to find a way to relate to the Supreme. 476 more words

Sri Aurobindo