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The Ahimsa means

Aug 26th 2014 at 10:41 PM

Ahimsa - non harming others, violence is the
The Ahimsa means neither thought nor word nor deed does not cause pain or harm to any living being. The do no harm also means that it does not kill you. As the consumption of meat will always kill an animal, legal principle vegetarians.

Already be felt by the animal instincts in advance what awaits them. Divination, if they are cut off, and will certainly have a fear of death

. Fear and stress hormones are excreted, which remain in the meat of animals killed, by the people ignorant, foolishly, ingested with the meat. Many seemingly no reason to fear, neurosis and psychosis is the reason.

• Satya - Honesty
Always good to tell the truth and correct, but it is crucial to formulate. It also is used to tell someone the truth, like a knife döfnénk him

and also that kind, loving words reserved. To avoid Vets against the principle of Ahimsa just mentioned, you should heed Sri Mahaprabhuji admonition ". Flowers as rain Your words leave your lips"

Being honest also means that it is not alakoskodunk not magyarázkodunk, do not talk together, not looking for excuses and excuses. For a while, maybe we can hide our faces from others true, but one must know someone in our internal: ourselves. And for ourselves our own mind of the witness.

• Asztéja - do not steal
The asztéja means that we do not take anything, as far as legally different. This not only applies to material goods, but also the theft of intellectual property, as well as those cases where esélytől, hope or joy deprive someone. The nature of the exploitation and destruction of the environment also applies to this principle.

• Brahmachari - clean lifestyle and life
The brahmacsarját often only of sexual önmegtartóztatásként actually much broader concept. It means that our thoughts always revolve around God. This of course is not to be understood that the secular elhanyagolhatnánk our duties. On the contrary, the utmost care to fulfill our duties to do, but always in the knowledge that "I do not, God alone is the doer."

• Aparigraha - not achieve tenure, not collected
Do not pile the goods, just take everything and use up as much of the life we ​​have. The property has a lot a lot of care as well.

Born without property, and all we need to leave behind our property, you will leave this world again. Not having the means to offer the freedom of others,

and do not insist on certain objects or people, do not depend on them or from them. By not monopolize others, you can also become free, because freedom also means to give: to be free.

Nijáma - discipline

It also consists of five basic principles:

• Shaucsa - cleanliness
Not only on the outside, but mainly in the internal cleanliness thereof. Our clothes, our bodies, our thoughts and feelings, but they are clean. The same applies to social relationships. The spiritual-minded, wisdom is helping people have a positive impact on our development company.

• Szantosha - Satisfaction
The contentment the greatest wealth. Tulsidas, the ind poet says: "You can have gold or kincsesbányád - internal dissent ruin all riches." Then we can be satisfied if we realize that the only earthly possessions disappoint, and the inner wealth much more happiness than external property.

• Patches - self-control, self-discipline
If life difficulties, obstacles in store for us, do not give up, but determined to move along the chosen path. The key to success is self-discipline, patience, perseverance performed continuous exercise.

• Szvádhjája - Studying the Scriptures
The jógaaspiránsnak address the philosophical survived themed yoga texts such as the Bhagavad Gita, the Upanisádokkal, Patanjali Yoga Szútráival etc.. These writings convey valuable knowledge for us and help us on our journey.

• Ishvara pranidhana - Devotion to God
Ed all you have, give sincere reverence for the Divine Overself. Patron of God in all who embrace faith and allegiance to Him.

Asana - physical exercises and pránajána - breathing exercises

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