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THIS POST IS CONTINUED FROM PART 102, BELOW--
SVADHYAYA ( CONTEMPLATION ) is mentioned as one of the virtues in Bhagavad Gita 16.1-3
अभयं सत्वसंशुद्धिर्ज्ञानयोगव्यवस्थिति: |
दानं दमश्च यज्ञश्च स्वाध्यायस्तप आर्जवम् || 1||
अहिंसा सत्यमक्रोधस्त्याग: शान्तिरपैशुनम् |
दया भूतेष्वलोलुप्त्वं मार्दवं ह्रीरचापलम् || 2||
तेज: क्षमा धृति: शौचमद्रोहोनातिमानिता |
भवन्ति सम्पदं दैवीमभिजातस्य भारत || 3||
abhayaṁ sattva-sanśhuddhir jñāna-yoga-vyavasthitiḥ
dānaṁ damaśh cha yajñaśh cha svādhyāyas tapa ārjavam
ahinsā satyam akrodhas tyāgaḥ śhāntir apaiśhunam
dayā bhūteṣhv aloluptvaṁ mārdavaṁ hrīr achāpalam
tejaḥ kṣhamā dhṛitiḥ śhaucham adroho nāti-mānitā
bhavanti sampadaṁ daivīm abhijātasya bhārata
BG 16.1-3: The Supreme Divine Personality said: O scion of Bharat, these are the saintly virtues of those endowed with a divine nature—fearlessness, purity of mind, steadfastness in spiritual knowledge, charity, control of the senses, performance of sacrifice, contemplation , austerity, and straightforwardness; non-violence, truthfulness, absence of anger, renunciation, peacefulness, restraint from fault-finding, compassion toward all living beings, absence of covetousness, gentleness, modesty, and lack of fickleness; vigor, forgiveness, fortitude, cleanliness, bearing enmity toward none, and absence of vanity.- Bhagawad Gita 4000 BC.
The term svadhyaya comes from the Sanskrit roots sva, meaning "self" or "own," and adhyaya, meaning "lesson," "reading" or " the root dyhai, which means " "contemplate." Both interpretations connote a close study of the self.
See what you discover when you delve into yourself with an open mind and heart. By thoroughly contemplating yourself, you’ll move beyond the boundaries of thought and emotion and tap into the pure consciousness that lies deep within.
Svadhyaya refers to any activity wherein we quietly study ourselves and reflect upon our actions, thoughts, emotions, motivations, aspirations, desires and needs in pursuit of a deeper experience of our lives and our own selves.
BELOW: IN ANCIENT INDIA AMAVASYA DAY ( NEW MOON ) WAS A HOLIDAY ..
THIS DAY WAS USED FOR REST , SILENCE, AUTOPHAGY BY FASTING AND FOR CONTEMPLATION ..
If we know we are divine, then we can hear others in their hate, and remain unaffected. If we know we are beyond the body and mind, we can sit in our pain without pushing it away
WE ARE THE SOUL.. INDIANS RESPECT THE SOUL IN OTHERS BY DOING NAMASTE
Contemplate to discover the divine.— Patanjali’s Yogasutra, II.44 ( 5000 BC )
2.44— svadhyayad ishtadevatasanprayogah
Contemplation leads towards the realisation of God or communion with one's desired deity.
The necessity to visualize God as an object, or an ishta devata, arises on account of the difficulty of the mind in transcending space and time. In Hinduism we are given a free choice on what we want to focus our mind on . We are not armtwisted to focus our mind on a man bleeding to death on a cross.
Shallow minded people who do not understand the essence of meditation , will never understand why Hindus worship idols, though our god is brahmAn ( the morphogenetic consciousness field ) which cannot be picked up by the 5 senses .
Kula Devata is the God/Goddess worshipped by the family, by tradition. This Kula Devata is the God to whom the family would do prayer before any auspicious occasion is done at home: like marriage, upanayan sanskar etc.
Kula Devata cannot be substituted by Ishta Devata as Ishta Devata can be specific to each person, even in a family. Ishta Devata is the personal Deity who will guide the soul to its real home- Moksha at the seventh astral layer f the field of BrahmAn .
The immoral white invader used this Ishta devata concept to drive wedges. They made devotees of Vishnu and Shiva fight and abuse each other using the FAKE and backdated mutts. Hindus must know that the TRINITY works in tandem and in harmony. .
Svadhyaya is also practicing our individual sadhana (spiritual pursuit)
Svadhyayam is the exercise of the self, by the self, and for the self .Witnessing yourself and studying one’s own personality is swadhyaya.
This implies the ability to read one’s life like a book, to be aware of each and every page. In other words, it is the analysis of our own personality, being aware of our individual qualities, strengths and weaknesses, in order to know what and who we are. Introspection and self analysis is useful only if translated into action.
A yogi will not cheat himself during self analysis. He can fail himself. Self reflection for a yogi is a humbling process.
Always use adversity to introspect. These are god given opportunities to drive real change. The heart and mind of a person can be understood by knowing what he aspires to be- not what he is or what he was.
This is only one thing in this cosmos which you can be cock sure is bringing change to yourself with self discipline. The other is death.
Everything which irritates us about others can lead to an understanding of ourselves. Your current comfort zone and safe boundaries were once unknown frontiers.
You can take off your clothes and show yourself to a whore. This is not the real opening up. Rather opening up is about revealing your soul ( dreams, thoughts, fears etc )— this is the true meaning of being naked. Swadhyaya is a process of witnessing our own consciousness.
Swadhyaya implies continually watching our actions and reactions in different situations, circumstances and events with more awareness. We should try to know the reasons for our happiness and sorrow, anger, greed and attachment. As a result, we will gradually find out how our mind works and will become more aware of the things that disturb our mind.
With an understanding of our weaknesses in particular, we can chart out a multi-faceted program to weed them out, and thus prepare the ground for our gradual upliftment. Thus this type of self-analysis is of great value in our life.
Swadhaya was done by Hindus during Amavasya ( New moon ) days when he fasted and observed a vrat of silence..
Swadhyaya also means closing the eyes and observing one’s own self, as is done in antar mouna practice. Self-analysis is a great tool of jnana yoga. If practised with faith, sincerity and regularity, it will lead to mental peace, emotional harmony and bring the aspirant closer to the inner nature..
Swadhyaya is the practice of self-study and self-analysis. .. Svadhyaya inspires and elevates the mind to high spiritual altitude. It clears doubts. It weeds out unholy ideas. It cuts new spiritual grooves for the mind to move on.
It reduces wandering of the mind or Vikshepa. It helps concentration. It serves pasture for the mind to graze upon. Svadhyaya clears inner doubts. It strengthens the flickering faith.. It fills the mind with Sattva or purity; it inspires and elevates the mind. It helps concentration and meditation.
It cuts new Sattvic grooves and makes the mind run in these new grooves. to have your afflicted body soothed, to have your bruised soul healed, and to save yourself from all kinds of ills of life which are due to ignorance.
Mind you all this wisdom was penned down in Sanskrit 7000 years ago when the rest of the planet was doing GRUNT GRUNT for language .
सत्यंवद । धर्मंचर । स्वाध्यायान्माप्रमदः ।
Speak the Satya, follow the Dharma, from Svadhyaya never cease.--— Taittiriya Upanishad, 1.11.1-2 5000 BC
Vishnu Smriti's verse 22.92, states that "human body is cleansed by water, the mind is cleansed by truth, the soul by contemplation , while understanding is cleansed by knowledge"
Vasistha Dharmasastra verses 27.1 through 27.7 states that Svadhyaya helps an individual understand and overcome his past
Svadhyaya is a means of getting past one’s past mistakes and any guilt
WE DON’T NEED TO GO TO CHURCH AND CONFESS TOA STRANGER PRIEST
Taittiriya Upanishad’s hymn 1.9.1 emphasizes the central importance of Svadhyaya in one’s pursuit of Reality (Ṛta), Truth (Satya), Self-restraint (Damah), Perseverance (Tapas), Tranquility and Inner Peace (Samas) and Relationships with others
Taittiriya Aranyaka 2.15: "svādhyayo-adhyetavyah" ("svādhyāya must be practiced").
The reason why people remain mired in negativity is because of the beliefs they have inherited over time. Beliefs are subconscious .
We can use our conscious mind to observe ,to introspect and dip into the subconscious where our beliefs are embedded , in order to eliminate it. You can meditate, to rewrite these negative programmes that cause you misery.
Indians use meditation to purify the mind and gain insight. There is self observation and introspection ( which animals cannot do ) .
The difference between prayer and meditation is that the former is a petition to God, and the other is a detached observation of one's own mind, and its processes, after squelching the 5 senses.
During meditation thinking is separated from perceiving, so that the individual can stand apart from the emotional self.
The purpose of meditation in modern times is to destress, to stop the destructive mind chatter, for some time in a day-- to STILL THE MIND.
WHEN YOU STILL YOUR MIND, NO CHEMICALS ARE PRODUCED.
The brain must not be allowed to pump in destructive F&F ( fight & flight ) chemicals into your body, which will shorten your life.
Having the advantage that Svadhyaya can be practised at any time in any place, it is usually practised in a comfortable position with eyes closed, with complete relaxation of all muscle groups in the Alpha mind mode..
When you get up in the morning after sleep, continue lying down in the half asleep mode for some more time.. In this state you mind is in Alpha mode.
In the modern world, meditation is used as a technique for relaxation and stress reduction. The spiritual aims are peace of mind, wisdom, and, ultimately, a state of enlightenment or self-realization.
Svadhyaya is one of the three key elements in the practice of yoga as defined in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali,
Svadhyaya is, in a sense, for one’s spirit and mind a process equivalent to watching one’s body in a non-distorting mirror . It is self-study, contemplation of one’s own motives and behaviors, but also of one’s circumstances and the environment one is in, assessing where one is in one’s life, what is one’s life direction, if and how desirable changes may lead to a more fulfilling Self..
The Purusha (the cosmic person), and the Purusha Sukta (the hymn devoted to the cosmic person), is one of the foremost sacred texts in the svadhyaya tradition. The first three verses, which follow, may be used for daily contemplation.
Om. With countless heads, countless eyes, countless feet,
Moving, yet the ground of all,
The Cosmic Person is beyond the reach of the senses.
He is all this, all that has been, and all that is to be.
He is the Lord of immortality, who expands Himself as food.
Such is His glory, and yet the Cosmic Person is more.
One part of Him is creation,
And three parts swell beyond as His boundless light.
It is in mantra meditation that svadhyaya—silent, inner recitation—bears its fullest fruit. Repeating a mantra anchors the mind to one thought—a sound pregnant with the presence of the Self.
When a mantra permeates the mind, it draws awareness in while the outward-going aspects of the mind become silent.
By ‘studying’ our ‘self’, we become more aware of the things we do that harm us, and also those which serve us and bring us closer to that process of ‘yoking’ or ‘uniting’ with the true Self.
It is a key to recognising our habits, and discerning between the ones which come largely from an ego-based place, and which ones are the result of listening to our true Self.
The practice of taking a proverbial step back and observing and questioning our actions can eventually allow us to disentangle ourselves from those aspects of our lives that are harmful towards our wellbeing.
Observe yourself as though you were watching someone else; observe the way you speak to friends and family, the way you react when plans change, the way you hold yourself when walking or sitting, or even just the way in which you get dressed each morning… it all tells the story of who and how we are in this moment.
The practice of svadhyaya requires satya (honesty) in order to view ourselves from an honest standpoint
“Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the Self” - The Bhagavad Gita
When we use the yoga practice of svadhyaya—self-reflection—effectively, our actions become much more than a way to achieve something external; they become a mirror in which we can learn to see ourselves more deeply.
If we are willing to look at behaviors, motivations, and strategies we habitually use to maintain our own self-image, we can use svadhyaya to pierce through the veil that this self-image creates and into the nature of our own essential being.
The ritual of confession in the Roman Catholic faith—can act as svadhyaya says some Christian converts -- MY LEFT BALL
To take a similar example, repentance and seeking forgiveness are integral parts of the process of purification and illumination in both the Jewish and Islamic faiths. In Sanatana Dharma we don’t repent , only we can save ourselves, not some messiah or some single holybook. Sanatana Dharma asks you to wake up by self contemplation ..
In a bullshit form of svadhyaya, the Tibetan Buddhist contemplates the "great thoughts that turn the mind to ultimate dharma," thus turning the mind away from the worldly toward the spiritual life . Sorry , in Sanatana Dharma spiritual life is allowed only after your complete the grihasta stage of family life and procreation.
Svadhyaya helps us understand ourselves, and, through that understanding, we can change our attitudes and behavior.
Svadhyaya represents an ongoing process through which we can assess where we are at a given moment. It is like attuning our inner navigator and finding meaningful answers to questions: Where am I now, and where am I going? What is my direction, and what are my aspirations? What are my responsibilities? What are my priorities?
AT SEA I CONTEMPLATE TO PRIORITISE MY JOBS AT HAND
This can prevent BURN OUT.
We often find ourselves engaged in ACTIVITY TRAPS on cruise control, acting habitually and being so swept up in the momentum of our daily lives that we don't take the time to check where we are or where we are headed.
SELF OBSERVATION CAN SHED EGO
When we practice Svadhyaya —noticing what we are thinking, feeling, doing, and imagining— it allows us to become self-aware. When we are aware of what we are doing, we realize that we have choices and choices are what make us powerful.
The very act of noticing how we are feeling can allow us to release or let go of a stuck or stagnant feeling or a self-sabotaging habit.. When you stop to observe your anger, you realize that the part of you doing the observing is not the same part that is angry.
There’s nothing like spending alone time in nature to really get to know who you are.
SANATANA DHARMA GAVE US ENOUGH TIME TO CONTEMPLATE IN SOLITUDE DURING THE VANAPRASTA AND SANYAS STAGES OF LIFE..
IT IS ABOUT SELF IMPOSED SOLITUDE. THE GREATEST CREATIVITY IN ANCIENT INDIA CAME FROM SOLITUDE
PART TWO BRAHMANAS AND PART 3 ARANYAKAS OF THE VEDAS ( TECHNICAL TEXTS STOLEN BY THE WHITE INVADER ) CAME DURING VANAPRASTA / SANYAS STAGE OF LIFE.
There is a great difference between LONELINESS and SOLITUDE
Loneliness is the poverty of self, the pain of being alone, unwanted —it breaks human spirit.
Solitude is the richness of self, the glory of being alone. In solitude mind grains strength. In solitude you face yourself—it is delicious in years of human maturity.
This is why Sanatana Dharma insisted in Vanaprasta and Sanyasa ashramas.
In solitude you have god as your friend. The best thoughts come while in self imposed solitude
In the Hindu system four stages of life have been prescribed: brahmacharya (celibacy), grihastha (family life), vanaprastha (literally, living in a forest), sanyasa (total renunciation).
In the first stage, brahmacharya, a person leads the life of a student as a celibate.
After finishing the studies, he enters the married life of a grihastha.
Having fulfilled the obligations to children and the society, both husband and wife follow spiritual pursuits during Vanaprasta --they move closer to nature
In sanyasa, a person completely renounces all worldly belongings and lives in solitude
Sanatana Dharma is a just way of managing life.
Bhagavad Gita is all about BEING IN THE MOMENT.
IN SANATANA DHARMA PRAYER IS A FORM OF INTENTION WHILE BEING IN A FRAME OF GRATITUDE TO THE SUPREME FORCE..
PRAYER IS NOT BEGGING FOR MERCY LIKE IN OTHER SINGLE MESSIAH / SINGLE HOLYBOOK RELIGIONS..
WHEN A HINDU PRAYS HE DOES NOT NEED TO LISTEN TO SOMEONE HOLLERING BRAINWASH STUFF ON LOUDSPEAKER -- THAT ONLY MY GOD IS EKDUM AWWAL — NO 1 , BAKI RELIGIONS KA GODS SUB CHOOTIYA
The shishya of a Gurukul broke free of ordinary human conditioning and attained a state called awakening by Nididhyasana . He broke through into universal consciousness itself, and beyond that even, into the pure awareness of the absolute.
Nidhidhyasana refers to the contemplative state which is induced by the verse a student has listened to and understood. He will chew the cud over this by meditation and now can interpolate and extrapolate to glimpse the magic of that verse.
By Nididhyasana or deep contemplation the information processed by Shranana and Manana becomes part of the individual ( cellular memory ).
Shravana meant listening and understanding. Manana is reflection on the content imbibed by Shravana .
Manana is contemplation till everything becomes crystal clear and there are no more doubts . By this process the information obtained by Shravana percolates into the bed rock of the mind
Nididhyasana is the practice of atma-vichara, contemplation, self-enquiry, self-investigation, self-scrutiny or self-attentiveness. It leads to Nirvikalpa Samadhi from where there is no return into lower states of consciousness. Samadhi is a spiritual state of consciousness.
Nididhyasana is the last frontier the mind has to cross. It is the ultimate sadhana which one has to keep doing till the Truth is realised.
Nididhyasana is the final step of the spiritual journey but the most difficult one. It is only with the grace of God and attunements received from of the Guru that one can reach and cross over this stage. Nididhyasana , leads to the realization of Truth.
Nididhyasana is a subjective meditation (atma vicara), in which the yogi withdraws his ego to its original source, instead of allowing it to chase the surrounding world.
As withdrawal of ego is complicated, the aspirant by observance of continence, and with the help of an adept guru, motivates and prepares his intellect through upasana initially, and rises to nididhyasana level of contemplation.
Thoughts and emotions have an electromagnetic frequency vibration that is perceived by every cell in the body through the instant communication system of scalar waves.
The end product of a Gurukul was an all round , well balanced personality , an expert in life management.
His greatest wealth was contentment with little . It consists in simple wants. The blatant display of status symbols is the result of low self esteem.
The self confident person can afford to project a modest image. Only people with inferiority complex wants to impress others. He will never fall into the same hole twice
For a Gurukul product no order is higher than his own intelligence and conscience . He is a success in life as all he really wants is only what he really needs. The gurukul product will engage any problem without getting overwhelmed. He will find a good match between the demands of the situation and his own innate ability.
The ancient Maharishis ( products of Nididhyasana ) were Epistemologists whose theories deal with puzzles about the source, nature, foundation, scope, validity and limits of human knowledge.
Vedas show how ancient rishis experienced the divine reality and how they responded with exuberant joy, confidence and a feeling of intimacy.
Vedas show how ancient rishis experienced the divine reality and how they responded with exuberant joy, confidence and a feeling of intimacy.
This practice of contemplation can give us more insight into our relationships, both with ourselves and others.
Silencing the body is easy, but silencing the mind is difficult in this modern age. Silencing is about grace, harmony and tranquility. Exhaustion is NOT tranquility.
In the modern age people get stressed, and they need to still the mind--the chattering monkey, which remains entangled in the past and the imagined future, but never in the present.
The goal of self-study is to be curious about what we take for granted and recognize and release tendencies that aren’t useful.
A person stops thinking either when he is dead or when he has realised. When your ego powered mind is chattering like a monkey or the angry sea, you miss the truth. Truth can be communicated only in silence. For this deep silence you need to have harmony between the mind, body and soul.
The aim of every form of meditation is to still the mind, or you cant purify it and get rid of deep rooted negativities , which affect your health and even give you severe migraines.
Contemplation is a surgical operation of your subconscious mind to remove and discard negativity / ego and improve tolerance, grace and kindness. The art of observing is to help you feel separate from all that you are clinging to. Depression is a weird feeling of loss .
Svadhyaya teaches you to look inwards, with awareness , within yourself and loosen the stranglehold of habits and vices.
He just witnesses , he does not react. His mind does not control him, rather he controls his mind.
Restrict your attention to what is occurring in the immediate PRESENT MOMENT . Don't think about the past or future— don't think about anything at all. Let go of worries, concerns, and memories.
In Svadhaya the aim is not to think, but only to know. The motto is: "Focus and forget it," or "know and let go." Healing is NOT a physical process, rather it is mental. Mind can wipe mistakes off the DNA blueprint and destroy any disease that has disturbed the design.
DNA's ability to repair itself is affected adversely when a person is in depression. Meditation experiences silence, and is devoid of drives, wishes, fears , thoughts and emotions. Afterwards when the mind returns to its usual level of consciousness, it has acquired some freedom to move..
Grace and peace are the hallmarks of a healthy non-delusional mind in a healthy body.. The happiness is stable.
ROTHSCHILDs AGENT JEW WILHELM WUNDT LIFTED HIS ENTIRE WORK ON INTROSPECTION FROM SVADHYAYA INFORMATION PROVIDED IN OUR PART 3 ARANYAKAS OF VEDAS , WHICH WERE STOLEN AND TAKEN TO THE UNIVERSITY OF LEIPZIG GERMANY.
Wilhelm Wundt opened the Institute for Experimental Psychology at the University of Leipzig in Germany in 1879. This was the first laboratory dedicated to psychology, and its opening is KICK STARTED modern psychology..
Wilhelm Wundt obfuscated by putting some stupid OBJECTIVE experiments based on five human senses – just to show that he is the father of his theory .
For example, participants would be exposed to a standard stimulus (e.g. a light or the sound of a metronome) and asked to report their sensations.
Trained assistants would be given a stimulus such as a ticking metronome and would reflect on the experience. They would report what the stimulus made them think and feel.
The stupid fellow called this voluntarism, the process of organizing the mind.
Wundt baby with inferior intellect believed in reductionism-- he believed consciousness could be broken down (or reduced) to its basic elements without sacrificing any of the properties of the whole.
AIYOOO TOBA TOAAHBAAAH
THIS CHOOT WILHEM WUNDT DOES NOT KNOW THAT INTROSPECTION IS SUBJECTIVE AND CANNOT BE HARNESSED OR INCISED BY HIS PISS FART OBJECTIVE EXPERIMENTS.
The results of introspection are subjective and cannot be verified because only observable behavior can be objectively measured.
SO I SHALL DISCARD THIS CUNT INTO THE VADAKAYIL GARBAGE BIN.
CAPTAIN AJIT VADAKAYIL CAN FIT THE INTELLECT OF A THOUSAND WILHELM WUNDTs UNDER THE FORESKIN OF HIS UNCIRCUMCISED PRICK AND HAVE 99% SPACE MORE.
HE MUST KNOW THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MUNDI SEH GAAND TAK PROCESSING AND WHAT IS CHOOTHAD OOPAR PROCESSING ..
HE MUST KNOW THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MUNDI SEH GAAND TAK PROCESSING AND WHAT IS CHOOTHAD OOPAR PROCESSING ..
WUNDT BABY-- LISTEN UP AND LISTEN GOOD
A GOOD PLACE TO SHOVE YOUR STRUCTURALISM WOULD BE DEEP UP YOUR CHRONS ASSHOLE
Self reflection is NOT rocket science -- In fact, those who take self-reflection too far can end up feeling more stressed, depressed, and anxious than ever.
Contemplation must aways be done when your brain is in ALPHA MODE of 7.83 Hertz.
Anandamaya is a state of mind which does not change, despite anything that happens in life. With that state of mind you can live with all the conditions of life. You are where you are, firmly rooted in your own self, but at the same time you can interact with everyone.
In a gurukul when a maharishi leads his pupil to Anandamaya kosha, the last words they exchange is AHAM BRAHMASMI,-- and they part probably never to meet again.
In order to transport man by the ship of Brahma-Vidya to the farthest shore of the great ocean (Koshas), the Sruti says, This Atman is Brahman; Thou art That.'
The Upanishads says: "Aham Brahmasmi" - "I am Brahman, I am the totality, really I am everything."
Within anandamaya kosha lies the understanding that separation and ego are just an illusion.
This is the stage in which atma ( SOUL ) experiences the eternal bliss, a perfect state of peace, comfort, stability and carefree nature.
This recognition totals compassion, love and happiness-- anandamaya kosha is the bliss body.
A TRUE GURU LEADS YOU TO YOUR OWN SOUL..
Svadhyaya Yoga begins with a practice of pratyahara. We turn the awareness inward and focus on the state of inner being. We observe the anna maya kosha (the physical), the prana maya kosha, (the pranic body), the mano-maya kosha (the emotional and intellectual bodies), the jnana maya kosha (the intuitive body).
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