Equilibrium: The range of ultimate equality
Economic equality benefits everyone in the business. The system can only survive if there is social equality.
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Charity is one’s own religion, rule and Yama
Good deeds, vows heard and obeyed.
End all of the mind control features:
Paro hi yogo manasah samadhi:
Donation, Swadharmacharana, Yama, Niyama, Theology and Satkarma and the end result of the best rite is the concentration of the mind. Staying in balance is really the ultimate yoga.
Summary of Bhagavad Dharma – A. 23 Verses –
Words like equality and similarity came to the fore. Equality comes to the fore by eliminating various social, economic and other inequalities. This equality is explained by the revolution, the new burial system, liberation from exploitation, and so on. The idea of three similarities often appears in similarities. It should be noted that there is a state of ultimate similarity beyond that.
Economic equality benefits everyone in the business. The system can only survive if there is social equality. The mental state that endures these two parallels is the psychological parallels. Mental balance maintains the balance of the mind. If there is no balance in the mind, trembling due to extreme happiness and extreme sorrow is the only thing. So human life is just volatile. Overcoming this instability requires mental balance. Not only this, mental equality is more important than economic and social equality.
The general meaning of these verses is ‘Paro Hi Yogo Manas: Samadhi:’, ‘Survey Hi Yoga Manonigrahanta:’. It is natural to think that ultimate equality comes automatically only when economic, social and psychological equality is established. But the Vinob definition for ultimate similarity is different.
She is mentioned in Sane Guruji’s book Introducing Islam. It is clear from Guruji’s description of Vinobha’s supreme similarity that understanding of anything on a spiritual level is far more subtle and beautiful than comprehension on a philosophical level.
There is another similarity between the three similarities and that is Bahm. Absolute similarity is Brahman. In short, access to Brahma is the goal of human life. Access to Brahma is to unite with the transcendental philosophy. The word Brahma has a very broad meaning. It is the parallel between science and ethics. Hence it is called Parama Samya. Here a patch arises. If Parama Samya means spiritual practice, then why use the term Vinoba Samya? The Brahma Sutras have a very important place in Indian religious thought. That is the beginning of the Brahma Sutras of Brahma Curiosity. In view of this it would have been reasonable to use the word Brahma instead of the synonymous word. In other words, the similarity is also called curiosity. But Vinoba connected his relationship with Brahma by planning the two words Samya and Abhidhyaya.
Is this interaction going on or is it natural?
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