Most people fail to win weaknesses and go to the grave just like that. They don’t even realize what happened to their life in pursuit of temporary things. They miss seeing the extraordinary view because they were too busy in their pursuit of Arishadvargas – Desires, Anger, Greed, Attachments, Pride and Envy
Deep inside, you know you don’t want to be tiny. Infinitesimal. You aspire to be “Big”. You want to conquer. Conquer what? You don’t know. Why conquer? You are not sure. Conquer whom? The World? Or conquer yourself?
Brahmacharya will improve the IQ level of the practitioner. Not just IQ level, it will improve various other aspects of life which you are not even aware of if you lose semen (“Veerya for men and “Rajaveerya” for women) on a regular basis.
Polarity is the state of having two opposite or contradictory tendencies, one being the extreme of another. You can only awake if you were deep asleep, right? If you never slept, you will not know what is “awakening” because you never went through that process which transitions you from one state to another state, thereby changing your polarity.
The only success is following your Dharma and adhering to a path which benefits the greater cause, not personal ambitions. But since we are living in Kali Yuga, we associate success with material accomplishments. That’s how it is measured, viewed and perceived by everyone else, you cannot change this perception in Kali Yuga. This behavior will continue for 10000 years and this Yuga will end with mass destruction caused to human kind. The system will roll back to Satya Yuga much much later, beginning a new age with different perceptions, values and definition of success.
Any thought is basically a reflection of an assumption which is deeply rooted in your mind. Thoughts causes distress, events are just haphazard occurrences. You cannot control events but you can certainly control your thoughts. Whenever you are in distress, keep going backwards. Follow that thought and find why this thought came to your head. You will see that in the end there lies a baseless assumption.
This question has intrigued many of us – what do we really want? What is it that will make us fulfilled?
Moving onto a different job, a new business, a new relationship, a new home, a new city is just a change. It will fade out in some time. And then you will circle back to the same question – What do I really want?