Ideas and Ideals of Being KYi: All citizens, regardless of their differences, should learn and establish ethical and correct behavior and all their various obligations, including basic constitutional obligations, in the course of their schooling and development. must be done.
In order to fulfill their respective ‘duties’, i.e. commitment to swadharma, schooling should be a daily practice of self-development for every citizen to awaken viveka buddhi, the power to distinguish between ‘good and evil’. It should help establish habits and inspire them. , the better, the best; and in the selfless performance of the prescribed duties to the best of one’s ability, not only for the benefit of “me and mine”, but of society as a whole. Strive to develop the mental power, strength, and ability to dedicate yourself.
This is the idea and ideal that KYi is. And all systems of governance, work and life must be designed so that citizens can imbibe the spirit of being a karma yogi.
It is only when you practice and learn to manage your mind from an early age that you develop a healthy worldview of work and life, and you begin to realize that selflessness is far superior to selfishness, and you become sober. It is clear that we can learn to remain calm and calm. Learn about successes and failures, and learn to focus on doing your duty, not just on the “outcomes” of your actions.
Schooling and growth is our responsibility, not to work for material gain and well-being, but for the benefit of samja, in the spirit of seva-bhav, selfless service, to our highest worship. It is the best opportunity to learn and recognize that it is to fulfill our obligations as a… Of course, this occurs as a by-product of our service to society.
If you believe in a super-intelligence responsible for everything you and we are not responsible for, aka the one and omnipresent, all-pervasive, all-seeing, all-knowing If we believe in God, as God and as our common highest and highest goal. Karma Yoga teaches you how to stay on the path to your goals.
And since we are all continually engaged in some form of ‘work’, learning ‘work’ (Karma Yoga, KY) in a way that follows the ideas and ideals of a Karma Yogi (KYi) is certainly may be mutually beneficial to , may our vocations and daily work and fellowships be opportunities to know that supreme mystery: the worship of God as man and creation!
As you learn the importance of devoting yourself to each duty and begin to fulfill them, you will begin to recognize all beings and all divinities. And you will gain the insight that an action seeking a reward is far inferior to an action done as worship without attachment to the consequences of the action.
2. We all recognize that we are all constantly faced with ethical dilemmas between ‘bad and bad’, between ‘good, better, best’ and so on. Life is a process of making choices, and we have freedom of choice. But we are enslaved by our choices and actions. Arjuna admits that facing such a crisis of conscience in the midst of the battlefield, his mind became very restless. He is unable to cope with the current situation because his heart refuses to participate in a battle where he has to kill his elders and teachers! He sought advice and guidance from his mentor ‘Shrestha’ Krishna, asking him to become a spiritual teacher and guide him in the proper course of action, Karma Yoga. Towards the path of good, better, and best.
Note that Krishna at the outset describes the ‘best’ idea and ideal by first pointing out that the living being is ‘Jiva’ + ‘Atma’. The body-mind complex Jiva or Self decays and perishes, but the Atman, Spirit, Ruha or Self of the pure single consciousness nature is immortal, eternal and immortal. Death only destroys the physical body, but the subtle mind and soul activated by consciousness continue their journey. Just as a person discards old clothes and puts on new ones, the spirit soul continues to change bodies throughout life.
In turn, the mentor tells Arjun that his ‘social’ responsibilities as a ‘manager/protector’ of society, his respective duties/swadharma, ensure justice for the people of society’s justice by upholding justice. It reminds me that
He explains that doing a social duty is a good deed/karma. Karma is a holistic view of behavior. This is because it includes not only the “external effects” of behavior, but also the “internal effects” of behavior. These are the impressions and memories that build our personality, character, enslave us, and control us. What we do all the time, for good or bad, based on the intentions of our actions.
He said that it was Arjuna’s duty to engage in this action which was given to him as Arjuna’s respective duty, and that performing his duty would take him on his respective path to the highest and highest ideals. I stress that I will go, but inaction will only lead to dishonor and notoriety. Humiliation… continued.
The above views are the author’s own.
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