Bhagavad Gita Chapter 4 – Jnana Karma Sanyasa Yoga

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Describe the Four Varna of Our Body

The reference to Purusha suktham verse 13 is hereby incorporated herein by reference. Text 1969002] brahmanosya mukhamas

bahu rajanyah kritaha

uru tadasya yadvaishyaha

padhyagam shudro ajayata "

This verse explains that the Lord's face (or mouth) came from the Brahmanas. From his two arms came the cross (the Kshatriyas). At the two thighs the little guys came. Two of his legs came from the Shudra.

Today people are arguing why you call people out of the feet of the shudders? regardless of whether the father, mother's face, hands or feet are the same children as long as the child hates the parent. Likewise, these are metaphorical representations and should not be misunderstood when a paragraph is taken from the context. Many both parties have not read, interpreted, or practiced the scriptures, and often tend to argue and fight between themselves without knowing what they are against.

Our body is an example of four varna. Brain-bearing head represents brahmana, which senses, thinks, decides and controls other organs. The arms and hand are kshatriyas. They protect, attack and execute the job. Stomach is digested and assimilated. The thigh and other parts store the fat, handle the energy sources. These are the wizards. The legs and feet carry the weight of the body and carry persons from A to B. This is sudras.

Each section is equally important for the effective functioning of the body. No one enjoys the other party. Each has its own responsibility and duties in the interest of the common good, for the benefit of this body.

Abnormal use of the varna system

A Varna system was created for the benefit of society for the Lord, as is the case in the 13th verse on the gunas (mind attitude) and the karma (the actions of the body). Várna is not the classification or sharing of people, but the description of people based on their mentality (gunshot) and the Karmas (actions). In Veda, no cattle are mentioned.

For the last two centuries, the varna system is practiced on the basis of the birth of society and is a completely misunderstood concept. This misunderstanding caused great suffering to everyone. The power was hungry and greedy, born as a primary categorization, suppressed, exploited and humiliated certain groups that deprive them of their right, respect, and dignity.

Proper understanding and use of the universal system is absolutely necessary to make a positive change in Indian society to bring harmony, consistency and growth to the entire population.

There are three categories of yoga in the two karma. All activities can be classified into three categories: Karma, Vikarma and Akarma

1. Carms are the ones that need to be done.

2nd Vikrams are NOT to be executed

3. Akarmas refers to failure to act

Karma Yoga identifies these three actions and the consequences of such acts:

Karma Yoga (a)

The Maintenance of the Karma ~ The right actions are unrelated and the Vasanas are exhausted

It is forbidden to act in the Vikarma ~ The bad operations are bound, the negative irones develop

Akarma ~ does not accumulate duties

Karma Yoga b)

The usual regular action is Karma ~ giving, binding

The right attitude ~ visesa karma (special action) ex: loves tax, positive vouchers are created. Good conduct and long acting action become second nature

Jnana Yoga

Action with the Doctrine of Dardancy ~ The Cardinals will be the Bhokta (Acting / Enjoying)

Action without action ritual mentality ~ will want abhokta (non-actor / non-enjoying). this is our highest task. although it is difficult, it is not impossible. It is only with self-knowledge that it is possible, "I am the Atman who took this body to purify ironies and impressions".

This action performance can be achieved.

What is the difference between incarnation and reincarnation?

Individuals are born based on the karma of the past. They are not independent of the choice of family or place where they were born at any age. He does not remember the past life and did not see the birth of the future.

As the ruler re-and to reintegrate depending on the necessity of society when it is at the top of the adharma and not on the basis of karma. He is independent of choosing the form, place, and time of his embodiment. As he is everywhere conscious, everyone sees his past and future.

Incarnation takes shape and descends on the ground. We are all reincarnated on the basis of the karma of the past (here it is the result of the actions), but the Lord has no karma. Bhavam is embodied, sambhavam appears. It decides to appear anywhere, at any time, in any form.

Ava means "must come", avatar means "copy". The Supreme Lord acquires the desired form, comes down to destroy the Evil and preserve the dharma, the righteousness.

example. When unparalleled food enters our system, the body immediately refuses food with vomiting. This is a force that was in the body in sleep until the body's nutrition was attacked and the body had to be stabilized. This dormant force quickly appears when attacking the body. Eyesight, sneezing, tears in the eyes (when something enters your eyes) seems all the power to protect the body if needed.

Likewise, the whole universe is metaphorically the body of the Lord, and wherever there is the adharma, injustice, forms a form suitable for the situation at that time and falls. An avatar is not necessarily human in form, even if Srí Rama and Sri Krsna, Jesus, Allah and Buddha came down, as well as tsunami forms, earthquakes, and any other form as the situation warrants.

How does dharma and integration work? What is the highest dharma?

Dharma means truth and / or morality. if the individual is just, then his thoughts, words, and actions are in line with moral values ​​that are aware of the right to wrong and have chosen the right path. He acts selflessly in the principles of common goodness.

Adharma, on the other hand, is completely separated between the head and the heart, meaning it does not speak in speech. You may be hypocritical, selfish and unable to choose the right way for the common good for yourself and others.

On a personal level, when a person lives in the Dharmic life, he harmonizes in himself, and he is honest with himself and others, making him very calm, simple, peaceful and polite in this thought, orally and behavior. Less stressful in her life. The adharmic person is more aggressive, more pronounced, tense in thoughts, words and behavior, hate, anger and jealousy in his emotions, which causes stress on himself and others.

At the community, national and world level, the Dharmic Life is harmony in relationships, balancing power, nurturing growth and progress, peace and prosperity. Adharma creates divisions, conflicts, wars and people at all levels of life.

Just as sugar is sweet and salt is salty, all people must conform to their true divine nature: "existing consciousness – happiness" "Sat-chit-Ananda. This is the highest dharma. It only means that humanity is love, care, compassion, justice, honesty, courage, respect, forgiveness, adaptability, empathy, tolerance, and peace. The living of the value and principle is Dharma. This is the highest dharma

When is it in a society when adharma grows?

When adharma increases people, they lose respect and belief in the scriptures and value their material possessions far more than the scriptures. They do not live according to principles and values. As a result, only a few follow the righteous lifestyle. They rarely see respect for love, care, compassion, and other living creatures.

People are outraged, selfish, indifferent and ignored. They are attracted to fascination, temporary possessions, tendencies ego-centered, and do not believe in divine presence or God.

When such a situation arises, society struggles, the inequality between sin and truth widens more people in the hands of some people who have the ego, power, and power, and their atrocities.

When did the Lord finish? what role does it play when it is embodied?

The whole universe consists of three guinea pigs, Satva, Rajas and Tamás. When there is a balance between the three and the lower side is the bottom, the Lord embodies it to defend those who are sacrificed as Dharmic, ie altruistic, who concentrate their activity on the common good.

for the Adharmians to choose the path leading to the tour. When he continues on this evil path, he does not respect other creatures, selfish, material-oriented, does not fulfill his duty and evil thoughts, words and deeds that violate the good of the public good, the Lord destroys him.

The Lord is incarnate. when the dharma slides and adharma takes over life, Ch 4 verse 7

"Yada yada hi dharmasya glanirbhavati bharata … sambhabami yuge yuge"

If one has an injustice, O Bharata, and exaltation of injustice I myself I come forward; Good protection, to destroy the wicked, In order to preserve truth, I am born in the age and age.

When the adharmic mass increases, then the predominant chances of the dharma will be very weak. At this point, the Lord embodies his balance.

Is there a difference between the Lord and the Incarnation?

We can have different sweets or have sugars. Welcome the flag of the country. So I respect the scriptures as well as respect the Lord.

The Lord's embodiment is nothing but worship. Here God can not be interpreted as a man because God can not be attributed. He has no firm shape, It is difficult to imagine the unsteady, not attributable to the love of beauty and love for a common man. So we decided to worship the form of the Lord, also known as Saguna Brahmam

As we use and enjoy other types of sweets (Gulab Jamun, Rasa Gullah, Mysore Pak, Thirattu pal), all of them sugar, a component, such as the Lord there are many embodiments, and we can choose the one that favors us.

Everyday worship, prayer and meditation on these forms provide reassurance, intimate comfort and strength. His divine life also inspires and transforms our lives.

Why is usually a person usually looking for a temporary, temporary and not an eternal Lord?

Man is always after immediate gratification. We desire a direct result. If you have a headache, then we are going to an allopathy to get a pill for immediate relief instead of ayurveda, which takes a longer time and ensures that treatment prevents future events.

We can not be on the phone waiting 30 seconds on the other side, so we have music to stay active, we can not wait at the bus stop or red sign, we need a book to overlap. Man has no patience and we see much more. We just want it as an effort. No wonder this attitude would be more like Efemer attractions than the eternal Lord. This requires effort.

Injecting values, eliminating bad habits, managing the mind by treating thoughts, creating harmony from inside and without, defining a high standard of living, preserving values, exercising constraints, choosing a spiritual path. work and time-consuming. But man is not ready to wait and give him the time.

Harvest Time. All this has time and you can not run. After 30 days, a baby can not be filled up in the fetus or a farm with rice after 30 days if the seed or the child's school is taken away within three years unless one is a prodigy.

Long-term results of happiness are an extended process, long years require consistent, steadily gradual work, and only those who are ready for their efforts and self-seeking can achieve this status.

Describe the fourfold categorization of guns based on the mind's properties)?

When we look around, the world is full of diversity and diversity and categorized and categorized according to certain criteria. Living creatures are classified as mammals. reptiles, amphibians and others. so plants are also bushes, plants, shrubs and trees

People are classified as children, adolescents and the elderly. We belong to a category because we are. We are low or middle-income or rich. The classification is done on a certain basis. Likewise, all mankind is shared by the Lord as "varnasrama". The "Varnasrama" here describes NO color of skin as it is in practice today.

So classify and describe all humanity, whether it be from Germany, France, New Zealand, India, or Australia. Ch4 Verse 13

Each object is described by its property. Thus people are characterized by two different characteristics: stork, mind quality and karma (our work). As a doctor, you provide the patient as a teacher, teaching the student. You can not argue whether there is discrimination between the two.

Since the world consists of three storks: Satva, Rajas and Tamás, knowledge, activity and helplessness, the fourfold category of man: Brahmana, Kshatriya, Vaisya and Sudra

One person can be all four, one dominating life at different times, a four-member family of all four, and this is generally applicable to all mankind.

So, if we codify Satvát as S, Rajas as R and tamas as T (% s arbitrary #s, for understanding to understand, not from the scriptures)

Brahmana: Anyone in this world with this combination , SRT means 60% higher in Satva), Rajas (30%) and Tamas (10%). Kshatriya: The RST (60, 30, 10%) combination is dynamic, problem-solving, fearless, gangster, and effective leader.

Kshatriya:

Vaisyas: RTS (R 60%, 30% T and 10% S) Very resourceful, profitable, active, strategic and good business relationship.

Sudras TRS: (T 60%, R 30% S 10%). They are great followers, orders, accurate in their work, physically active and helpful if needed.

These percentages are approximate and inaccurate, although the order is accurate. The very selfless Brahmana, a rather selfless kshatriya, is quite selfish with Vaisya and very self-centered on the sundra. These are NOT based on birth or family

This is NOT a meaning for discrimination, but differentiation, identification, as blood groups that can be applied to all people. They have nothing to do with the birth of an individual, as it is used in society today. These descriptions, varnasrams, are completely misunderstood and practiced and politicized for personal gain. They apply to all people in the world.

Explain the fourfold categorization based on the Karmas (work or occupation)?

When we look around, the world is full of diversity, diversity, and we have graded them according to certain criteria. So people are classified by their "work" as Varna. On a broader scale, doctors, engineers, financiers, lawyers, businessmen, musicians, artists and workers. A worker can be a doctor or any profession that one chooses.

These are further divided, doctors are further subdivided into doctors and surgeons, surgeons, trauma surgeons, heart surgeons, and kidney surgeons. Workers are subordinate masonry carpenters, carpenters, electricians, water guides and many more. This is common practice and we all understand this

Likewise, the Lord classified all mankind as four Varna by their work

Brahmanas: They are thinkers, seers, advisers, advisers, philosophers, designers, policy makers, teachers and so on . They work for the common good.

Kshatriyas: These are executives, administrators, lawmakers, defenders, social workers in a society. They are firefighters, police officers and hospital staff. They are frontline staff.

Vaisionas: These people mobilize resources, produce wealth, produce goods, trade, and transactions with the world for the benefit of the common good.

Sudras: These people who serve, around, fix things, work in the fields, follow the instructions and make it.

For the effective functioning of every task where you need to work consistently in any area – whether it is a hospital, a farm or a state – and to all four talents. Nobody is higher or worse than the others. One failure in one category dysfunction can cause disaster to the entire team.

Everyone's contribution is as important to the success of the task. As many of them understand, they often count as discrimination and conflict. Good knowledge is power.

Explain the concept of dharma and adharma

The world is characterized by diversity and diversity. Humanity is described as four varnas, which are based primarily on three spines. Every man is a combination of the four ascramas, the stages of life, and the three permutations of the guns. (Brahmacharya, Grihastha, Vanaprastha and Sanyasa & Satva, Rajas, Tamas).

Although spoken in Sanskrit, they live in a universal student life, family members, retired and old people are dependent on society, financial holding for hard earned personal gains and daily survival.

People who are in the front row are doing their dirty hands and doing their job, the wretches, the people who use the resources wisely to replicate in a just way), people who are scared and stand up for the common good, kshatriyas and people who love peace and primarily follow spiritual knowledge of common good are brahmin or brahmana.

the common good is the dharma. Dharma integrates, maintains, and coordinates individuals between one home, one society and one nation. The Dharmas are the laws of nature, government, social norms, and morals. It creates harmony between local and global relationships, nourishes the growth and development of individuals and nations, counteracting power, peace and prosperity. Adharma is just the opposite.

When we see the bigger picture, all four varnas in every society need effective functioning.

Since over the years some people are themselves taller than others, they take advantage of other varna, which results in disharmony between society and the gunda. These communities are vulnerable and exploit the so-called hierarchy. His self-appointed superiors caused this imbalance, resulting in the exploitation of the opposition, rising to the right.

While being kind, compassionate, peace-loving, sacrificing, selfless, and self-centered, selfish, angry, jealous – the focus of the people increasingly for their personal benefit than for the common good. This is the height of the adharma. There are some people who are selfish and do their best to make money without knowing them deliberately. From then on, in "mohawk" they deceive, their meanings fail to understand their minds. This also reflects the decline of spiritual knowledge, so the Brahmanas who are raised in the scriptures and the role of teachers to improve the community are reduced.

For generations, this description of humanity is misinterpreted. People say that the varnas are discriminatory, distinctive or classified, not to mention that they simply serve as a mental personality, which is a misinterpretation for the next generations.

Dharma is simply a moral value that every human being has to know the rights of everyone in the wrong. while the adharma is completely selfish, without taking into account the greedy hatred and envy of another life or nature.

Explain whether a cane disturbed the entire society.

Be an example of a product distribution center. There are a number of departments like warehouse, inventory, procurement, marketing, sales, accounting and finance. In order for the customers to deliver the shipment on time, the truck had to be loaded in the correct order, which means that the warehouse had the right product, the sales had exactly purchased the order, the purchasing department. the right product was purchased on time, the accounting department was satisfied that the seller paid for the previous order to receive this order. Even if none of the departments were able to take responsibility for any reason, the end result is all flawed because our customers do not receive their order in a timely manner. Not a person or class, but the whole team's efficient operation, co-operation and cohesion. Likewise, in a home, town, state, country, varna is very important. All varna plays a role and everyone is obliged to perform their duties in time.

In the home environment, discipline is in the interest of the family. Everyone in the family has a task that needs to be met. Everything has a place and time, and everything must be in place and at the right time, everyone must act responsibly. When this discipline is followed, there is complete harmony and peace.

Likewise, in order for society to be harmonious, all four varna's contributions are required. We need Brahmanas for scholarly scholars, designers, policy-makers and teachers, kshatriyas as executives, administrators and social workers, vaisyas as mobilizers of resources of various points and goods and commerce, while sudras if needed should be supported. Nobody is better than any other varna. We need policy makers, doctors, lawyers, as well as plumbers, bricklayers and electricians. All varna depends on the other. They all depend on each other and can not be a solo in society.

The inaccurate understanding of the varna system has caused many downward trends in the harmony of society. We all saw that the shipping division strikes the members of the society, but that does not mean that they must accept all the atrocities committed by the management. Utilizing people's capabilities in the name of corporate profits can not be justified as scientists, managers, and decision-makers are correct. When the management fails to take advantage of other varna, conflicts arise. Recognizing the importance of the individual varna is absolutely necessary, especially for privileged management. Today the vulnerable are always captivated.

It is therefore the responsibility of our society to understand that everyone has the same important role, and anyone's dysfunction confuses society

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