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The second drift shows anger or a show of tmeper as a weakness in a person. Note the sequence of drifts. The greatest weakness even among the aged and the wise is sex and next comes anger. This may not be true for all, but is certainly true for most of mankind as a whole irrespective of education or academic qualifications. As this science of the mind has been a neglected science, both the so-called educated and the uneducated will suffer equally from these drifts.
The third drift shows the sense of ego, a great and common failing, oft-times the root cause of all other failings; viz. The fourth drift depicts avarice or greed arising from possessiveness. There is no struggle of Soul and body save in the minds of those, whose Souls are asleep or whose bodies are out of tune. The brain of a thinking man does not exceed in size the brain of a non-thinking man in anything like the proportion in which the mind of a thinker exceeds the mind of a savage.
I tis not reading, it is not study, it is not reasoning, it is not deliberation, it is not self-recruiting. It furnishes immediate perception of things divine, eye to eye with the saints, spirit to spirit with God, peace to peace with heaven. But for the present, what have we learnt from this? What is brain? Are mind and brain synonymous? Are they different? If so, how? In the first two chapters we have seen that th emind drifts away from the main subject again and again. This drifting gives us a clue to the inner states of mind.
These impacts or reactions to impacts are invisible, yet have a definite existence and can be recorded and noted by sensitive instruments.
In common parlance such effect is called a thought. Therefore the mind of man is invisible, unlike the brain which is visible. Thoughts grouped together make up the mind of man. These four sections have certain special characteristics peculiar to each.
Hence the reaction to impact in each section is different according to the characteristics of the different portions of the brain. Affinity: leads to friendship, love, courtship, sex, possession, courage, hope, devotion, attention. Repulsion: leads to anger, egoism, greed, envy, arrogance, cruelty, doubts, disbelief, and in sex even rape. Indifference: leads to ignorance, drifts, depression, day-dreaming For example: 1.
Affinity: between one mind and another leads to a master mi9nd, groups, camps, United Nations, religions, philosophical, scientific or social groups. Repulsion: between one mind and another leads to misunderstanding, resulting in crime, and every conceivable nature of misunderstanding.
This, in turn, leads to every conceivable nature of crime such as was, violence, destruction etc. Because of frustrated reactions registered in the grey matter. Indifference: The relation of indifference between one mind and another; a mind which can feel neither repulsion nor affinity.
It lives alone in very restricted surroundings and if not given repeated opportunities of feeling either affinity or repulsion towards other minds, tends to ebcome morbid and to develop various mental andpsychological diseases. Frequently, due to its habit of taking the line of least resistance, the indifferent mind becomes repellant to every other mind and we see then the early traces of insanity. If by correcting your inside, you cure one human being, i. We would repeat that your ifrst duty demands that you put straight this great world of cells within you.
This is a sacred duty. Only those who have been able to render this service within have been able to render service to mankind. We have seen the isnide state of our cell life. There are some methods for correcting this state, but the best methods we know of are operative only whilst we are eating. Therefore, instead of talking during meals we shall adopt the corrective method during meals.
This is the best method, because like an injection it immediately reaches every point within. Whenever we eat, if our thoughts frivolous, passioante, angry, depressed, blind to reason, deaf to sensible advice, egoistic, cancerous, parasitic or mutilated, the repair material will replace the dead cells with cells of similar nature as the quality of our thoughts while eating. It is therefore not enough that you do not have these types of thoughts. These produce unhappiness, repugnance and disease.
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I was at the very heart of the transformative process; all was death and transfiguration. Facing him was spiritually exhausting, and yet I experienced a novel sort of peace - the augur of a deeper and more enduring serenity.
It was the peace of a man who was somehow able to reconcile his past with his present condition. But what of the future? Has not man a recollection of the future? Out of misplaced caution we call this type of memory, prevision. These rare flashes include all that can be in time-the Ustad explained. Nor is this quasi-omniscience limited, impeded or baffled by our artificial division of time into past, present and future — nor for that matter, by experience of a dead, ill-remembered or forgotten past.
A power can be acquired for removal of the hypnotic blocks obstructing the free flow of memory in both directions, provided …. I was surprised to see that my hand and ankle were both fully healed. I was still struggling with my grateful astonishment as I was shepherded into the majestic dining hall. When we washed our hands, I was given a napkin with my name printed on it, and this occasioned me further surprise.
This book is written in two parts spread across 3 volumes. Part I i. The practices and methods are not the basic cause of the expansion of consciousness but they are instrumental in removing obstacles, just as the husbandman prepares his ground for sowings.
Some ideas may appear contradictory not that I am of two minds, but to encourage the reader not to accept what is written, but to sit back and think, wherever there is such a contradiction, a second reading will distinctly reveal the explanation. This is not done with a view to present a new theory.
All that is stated in this regard has been tried out over long period on many persons of different constitution, sex and age, and in each case without exception the results have been specifically good. Part II volume 3 is written from metaphysical viewpoint and to show the underlying basis on. The die is cast, the book is written.
It may well wait century for a reader, as God has waited six thousand years for an observer. The dominating aim of Zenoga is concentration of the mind through a better understanding of the meta-physiology of brain-structures. Section 2 is the most peculiar of all four as it is the only section of mind that has two Sub-Sections 2 a and 2 b.
Section2 a i. It can, because it has profuse neural connections with the Hypothalmus, channel reports of bodily disorders e. All unconscious physiological activity of our body e. Thus we are not aware of its constant and complicated guiding of the working of digestion in our belly-unless and until something goes wrong.
Then we become aware of effort involved of it we then call a bellyache. Thus we leave aside the Higher Sections for the time being and confine ourselves to the Lower. All the four Sections of mind are coordinated as one integral whole by means of psychic quartermasters in key-positions. They are known in Zenoga as Centres. There are seven 7 Centres distributed over the four sections of the mind.
The first four of these seven are situated in Section 1, the 5th in Sec. Integrity Centre 2. Emotivity Centre 3. Sensuosity Centre 4. Intuition Centre in Sec. Paramental Centre in Sec. Transcendental Centre in Sec. Rational Reflection consciously and conscientiously done.
Its aim is knowledge through a balanced mind as well as decisions arising there from. The focus or the point to which an emotion keeps all attention riveted; i. The S. Centre depicts vitality divorced from reason and devoid of feelings. It is like a mathematician. It favours the side centre or pair of centres having the higher score of vibrations be it plus or minus. Such casting vote is always thrown in the scale of the plus vibrations, for the M. The M. It signifies mobility as a cardinal characteristic of mental operations.
Before we can proceed to the Higher Sections to have practical exercises for reaching that Critical- Certain-Stage. But do you think any practical measures are of use unless we come to terms with the cardinal problem of the spiritual life - or for that matter any kind of serious or purposeful living - which is? How to keep up our interest in and enthusiasm for the QUEST in spite of countless difficulties and reverses? For the bulk of our earthly existence is except in very unusual cases made up of trifling events and incidents.
Great, meaning extraordinary, events occur but rarely in the life of an average person. The acid test for a beginner on the spiritual path lies in sustaining interest for the QUEST even in the mid of the common details of life. To maintain equipoise in spite of ceaseless provocations caused by the trifling irritants of everyday existence demands a resoluteness of which only a handful are capable.
And yet the viability of the spiritual life is tested in the field of our ordinary activities like, for instance, the patience or lack of it with which we wait for a bus and seldom in the spheres of extraordinary achievements. But how to keep the fires of enthusiasm burning in the face of idiotic trifles?
To tasks of our delight we rise bedtimes and go to them with longing. Only an enthusiastic life is capable of creativity. The pre- condition for enthusiasm is a condition of profound interest in any theme, thing or person. Can you imagine enthusiasm without interest? Genuine enthusiasm is rooted in profound interest — an interest which borders on commitment and so draws sustenance from the very depth. A person who is full of such commitment to the QUEST is too enthusiastic to experience dullness even in routine or to be deterred by trifles however frequent or obstacles however great.
The reason why most people do not possess such un-diminishing enthusiasm for the QUEST or for anything else except perhaps the fondling of their grand children is that modern man lives his life at a rather superficial level. This cannot be helped in modern techno-civilizations because of the top heavy emphasis put on speed and efficiency.
We are all in a terrific hurry; to go from where we are to where we are no better. Without kicks or titillations the danger of depression arising from drudgery cannot be avoided. Now true spirituality is essentially a matter of deep experience and not of kicks. So long as we allow our mind to function at superficial levels we can gather no deep experiences.
Without deep experience we get sex- orgies instead of love, parties instead of friendship, dogma instead of devotion, respectability instead of ethics, theology instead of religion; a mind content to dissect a dogma but incapable of comprehending the indwelling spirit. Depth of experience alone is the yardstick of spirituality and, that too, irrespective of the sphere of activity. One can be intensely spiritual while working in the Stock-Exchange or in a brothel - or one may be anything but spiritual in a church or in an Ashram.
There is no penumbra of approbation around any activity sui generis. Most men are dissatisfied with the objective conditions of their life. For a superficially led life is always complaining about its destiny, just as a bad workman quarrels with his tools.
The discontent of these malcontents is chronic because of the perpetual sense of injustice with which they colour all incidents; instead of counting their blessings. Triumphant living does not mean making no mistakes but making only our own mistakes, mistakes conditioned by our own and not adapted principles.
The spiritual quest has in our time been supplanted by the quest for Security and yet man remains fettered to the evanescent. Only an immature soul strives for security by attempting to be secure in a gale at sea by trying to control the winds. The mind if shallow sees only the mundane which being transitory is unreal and so powerless; it is insecure i.
The eyes of the initiated see the supra mundane. The mundane mind feels restricted by its external environment, be it ideas, persons, or surroundings.
It is exactly when our contact with life is shallow and superficial that we find real or imaginary discords in our external environment. Superficial life consists in selecting out of the totality of data reaching us from the external world and inchoate group within which attention.
Thus the more our inner life has dried up the more do difficulties in the external world loom insurmountable. When we are exhausted within we seek solace from without. A mere change in our fortunes would not for certain renew our interest. The problem remains: How to enter the very depths of our Being-in-itself? We can and should work at improving our external circumstances.
Yet we should make the end also the means in that we look upon the situations in which life places us not as many obstacles but as so many fields of expression for our spiritual urges. Then changes in environment will follow and not precede the enfolding of profound interest. A mind devoid of profound interest will not even notice the advantages an improved environment brings him. He carries his bad habits into the new environment and poisons it to boot; he carries ruins to ruins. On the other hand external obstacles are swept away under the impact of genuine enthusiasm resulting from profound interest.
By profound interest we mean an interest so deep as to cease from being interest for, in or about a specific thing and becomes an interest-in-itself unrelated to any specific object. Interest in a specific object excludes that open-mindedness essential to heightened sensitivity. Heightened sensitivity and enthusiasm go together. Without heightened sensitivity and enthusiasm even great pleasures be they earthly or heavenly would subjectively be experienced as dull.
No welfare-state, no earthly Utopia, no heavenly paradise can pour blessings into a mind having no space to receive them-as is the case with a shallow mind? If we can expand our sensitive receptivity then our life will undergo moments of deep experience even in everyday drudgery.
Even routine and trifles become significant when seen in this light. To begin with, wrong are all explanations which assert that these Chakras are situated inside the spinal aperture. Only the first Chakra situated at the base of the spinal column may properly be said to be located inside the spinal aperture.
Already the second Chakra, slightly higher up the spine, is to be located outside and behind the gross body; and so on till a kind of half-moon concave to the back of the gross body joins with its tips the spinal base with a point hovering above and almost touching the summit of the head. The centres in Zenoga have little to do with all this.
The Vasana consists of vasanas yet is a something above and beyond the total of its added units — for the essential elements of the past including pre- natal past persists not so much in memory as in being.
In the moment of death the single vasana regroup to crystalise according to a said pattern; this pattern will then serve as prototype for the Vasana of the next incarnation. The principles, according to which this regrouping takes place, I have explained in detail in my book : Die verborgene Weisheit.
The vasanas resemble the cells of the physical body; there is a constant process of removal and renewal. The ejected vasanas like eliminated cells are replaced by new ones. Of what stuff are these new cells created? In the main out of the nutrition food and drink we take. And of what stuff are the replacing vasanas formed?
Out of and resembling the mental quality of, the thoughts accompanying each and every act of taking nutrition. Thus Zenoga gives paramount importance to how you think and feel while eating and drinking. The psychic tempest has a therapeutic value. It casts off all dead things and so the burden of the past is swept away.
This is what Shakespeare really meant by using the word Tempest as the title of his most occult play. Without a tempest our mind would remain placid and so cannot be deeply stirred by profound interest. Such as psychological tempest is no honeymoon. One is torn by the temptation to resist the storm. These contradictory desires create much confusion.
Indeed confusion is a concomitant of the gale and whatever decisions one makes at such a moment makes confusion worse confounded. If we offer no resistance, the tempest will get a chance to work itself out, the result being a transformative cleansing of the Vasana. A new mental attitude will open out for the storm-purged psyche. Dare to be brave: invite tempest to put some pep into your life. Even a crow will live for hundred years by eating the preferred grain.
All life is a challenge. If all life is a challenge then, unless you are alert and vigilant, all you will get yourself is a false security: like the security of a savings bank account during a galloping inflation. Yet that condition of inward solitariness when you are facing the full impact of a psychological storm brings with it psychic renewal of a high order.
In that kind cruelty of the tempest, obstacles of our previous environment are eliminated as dead leaves and branches are shedded by a tree during a storm.
Behold the post-tempest future fraught with untold spiritual possibilities. Evolution has, for the continuity of its operations, the principles of gradualness. This instant-ness becomes possible in that Critical-Certain-Stage C. The C. In the C. At this point of transition spiritual transformation ceases to be evolutionary and becomes revolutionary; the mystic event of this sudden change being instant; hence our term : Instant-ness.
The spiritual path cannot be treated until it is discovered. Attempts to tread the spiritual path before having found it give rise to untold needless difficulties. The result then is weariness, dejection and frustration because that element of inner joy called Priti in Zenoga is missing.
The attempt to imitate a particular pattern of living, taught in spiritual books is not a discovery of the Path but a mere attempt to mould and confine Life to fit into that pattern. If every man were a thinker there would be as many spiritual paths as there are individuals. Yet for each specific individual there is but one Path; he may rightly tread only that path which he has discovered for himself in this life and which at the same time is suited to his Vasana.
On such a path everything becomes natural and spontaneous for him; while on other paths he feels constrained to become what he feels he is not. The discovery of the path certifies its existence.
Discovery implies new data or a new relationship. To discover such psychological entities means also discovering at the same time that the discovered moment is now no longer where it was — for all life is movement. As our psychological constitution is changing ceaselessly from thought to thought, mood to mood, the Path also must be rediscovered every day in changing psychological settings.
The once- found path tends to get concealed in a changing psychological environment and must be aufgedeckt anew. The person ignorant of Zenoga may think this constant re-discovering of the path as monotonous and tiring an exercise as the finding of the L.
Psycho-spiritual discoveries, however, exclude monotony-for this kind of discovery has always a thrill about it. Even the repeated discovery of the spiritual path is an invigorating experience accompanied by thrills. Thrills better than any provided by kicks. The thrill lies in finding out like a clever detective in TV-dreadfuls where the Path could be hiding in every new psychological situation with which life constantly confronts us.
Can playing the detective be dull? Shabad Yoga is similar to the basic spiritual teachings of the Bible. This book, first published in , gives an explanation of many vital Bible truths as taught by the spiritual masters of the Orient.
Book 7. All the orthodox systems of Indian philosophy point to one goal, the liberation of the soul through perfection — and the method to attain this is through Yoga. This book presents lectures on Yoga, delivered to a western audience view to explaining Indian philosophy; the lectures are accompanied by the Sutras aphorisms of Patanjali, along with an explanatory commentary. Similar ebooks. Think and Grow Rich. Napoleon Hill.
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