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Saturday, February 21, 2015

End of Arrogance

At the root of agitation is stubbornness, at the root of stubbornness is illusion, at the root of illusion is arrogance.

Assuming untruth to be truth itself is arrogance. The way falsehood (untruth) has no existence - arrogance also doesn’t exist. The activity of assuming untruth to be truth happens in chitta as visualization. This happens on the basis of imagination.

The conceit and arrogance found in the individualistic existence itself is the root cause of narrow mindedness and conflicts.

The untrue imaginations due to illusion are known as ‘arrogance’ or ‘ignorance’.  Arrogance continues until one attains complete understanding of self by method of awakening.

The Greatness of Brahman is indicated by the name “Omniscient” based on its permeability in all of matter. 


Arrogance ends from Realization in the Omniscient.  Arrogance is but an aspect of Illusion.

Human being accepts whole world as one’s own family with empathy (oneness), upon realization in the Omniscient.  This itself is the formula of universal good.

Empathy alone can control and discipline crime, also misuse and abuse of resources.   Also, empathy gives inspiration to others for emulating the conduct of justice, religion and truth.

Absence of crime and misuse-abuse of resources in relationships itself is the co-existential harmony.

An awakened human being wishes and remains as evidence of coexistence during behavior.

In the absence of self knowledge, it is not possible to accomplish realization in the Omniscient.  The comprehension of matter’s saturation in the Absolute itself is the comprehension of the Omniscient.

Absence of crime and misuse-abuse of resources in relationships itself is the co-existential harmony.

An awakened human being wishes and remains as evidence of coexistence during behavior.

In the absence of self knowledge, it is not possible to accomplish realization in the Omniscient.  The comprehension of matter’s saturation in the Absolute itself is the comprehension of the Omniscient.

- Excerpt from English Translation of Manav Anubhav Darshan


 

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