Among the four Orders of nature, only human being has the need for understanding and thereby becoming resolved and happy. Material order is regulated by way of constitution-conformation. Bio order is regulated by way of seed-conformation. Animal order has regulation by way of specie-conformation. Their being orderly, as definiteness in their respective conducts, itself evidences regulation therein. The need of definiteness in conduct is there in human being as well. Human being becomes regulated by way of sanskar-conformation. What is sanskar? Sanskar is acceptance of wisdom. Wisdom becomes evident in the form of Humane Conduct. When human being becomes Wise, their living becomes Orderly and their Conduct becomes Humane. When human being doesn’t have this capability of Orderly living, their Conduct is called Inhuman. This is the demarcation of Humane Conduct from Inhumane Conduct. Now we can decide whether we need Humane Conduct or not. We naturally seek that which we need. This is the link to human awakening. Jeevan neither gets born, nor does it die. Body gets formed and it gets deformed. Jeevan wants to control human body in a way that is natural for jeevan. The natural way of jeevan’s controlling human body is to do things for becoming happy. This is different from animals, where jeevan controls animal body in hope to live on by way of specie-conformation. Human being wants to live with happiness, but he suffers when he tries to live like animals. That is all there is to it.
- Excerpt from English Translation of Jeevan Vidya - Ek Parichaya