आज का विचार-‘‘श्रद्धा और डर’’

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डॉक्टर और टीचर्स, अक्सर हमें क्यों डराते हैंघ् ये इसलिए डराते हैं क्योंकि आपकी श्रद्धा और विश्वास बहुत कमजोर है और जब भी आपका अपने में डर पैदा हो जाता है तो आपकी दूसरों मे श्रद्धा पैदा हो जाती है विश्वास बढ जाता है और इसी कारण अक्सर आपके अपने टीचर्स या डॉक्टर, आपकी अपनी कमी, यानि अविश्वास, यानि अश्रद्धा के कारण ही आपको डराते हैं।

‘‘अक्सर डॉक्टर और टीचर्स हमें इसलिए डराते हैं ताकि हमारा स्वयं के प्रति अविश्वास और उनके प्रति विश्वास पैदा हो जाए।’’

Why do doctors and teachers often frighten us? They frighten us because our devotion and faith are very weak and whenever you get frightened then your devotion is raised in others and faith increases and due to this your own teachers and doctors frighten you because of your own lack of faith and devotion.

“Usually doctors and teachers frighten us so that our faith in them increases and we lose faith in ourselves”

Dr. Sanjay Biyani

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Chapter 15 : Purushottam Yog| Shreemad Bhagwad Geeta Sanjay Ki Nazar Se

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About Five thousand one hundred and fifty years ago this mesmerizing Bhagwad Geeta was sung forth to Arjuna by Shri Krishna in mere forty-five minutes. A human being is powerful and is incessantly through ages been on a quest for knowing the Unknown which is knowing the answer to “Who Am I?”

When Bhagwad Geeta was propounded five hundred seventy-four shlokas were spoken by Shri Krishna, eighty-five by Arjuna, Forty-one were spoken by Sanjaya and only one by Dhritarashtra.

The previous Chapter ended with a note that to worship God with undeviating love leads to liberation or “Moksha”.  You must have experienced an enlightening feeling while going through the chapters with me. We discussed “Gunateet” person and Triguna, but such love is not possible without detachment from the world.

In this chapter, we shall go through the following ideas in accordance with the discourse of Shri Krishna with Arjuna.

  1. What do we understand by the words “Sansara” and “Vairagya”?
  2. What is “Jeevatma” and “Gyaan”?
  3. Who is “Parmatma” and “Bhagwaan”?
  4. What is the meaning of “Purush” and “Purushottam”?

Shri Krishna says that Arjuna you can consider the whole world as the Peepal tree which can be considered as the cosmic World tree, this discourse enables the listener or aspirant to develop a sense of detachment leading towards the true understanding and love for the God supreme as the cosmic energy and force.

This tree has roots above and branches below and is eternal and indestructible in nature. Consider this whole phenomenal world as this tree. Branches are “Yonia” and the leaves as “Vishaya” you will have to come in the world again and again but is you understand the tree you will move upwards, but to move towards your higher self, you will have to slay the branches of this eternal tree with the sword of knowledge. A tree is important in the life of a human, a man takes what the tree gives which is the life supporting Oxygen, however, the tree takes in the waste of human which is carbondioxide. But why does Shri Krishna take the reference of this Peepal tree, the reason is that this is a truly pious tree which gives the supply of Oxygen throughout the day for twenty-four hours.

The peepal tree has its branches upward and downward its spread: The flow of life in the individual is sometimes for a higher evolution but very often it is to gratify the animal nature i.e. towards a lower or a base purpose. Thus the tree of life has its branches growing both upwards and downwards.

Now, we come to “Vairagya” which is listening to our desires ie. Ahsanyog this means staying within limits and not giving unto desires. Manushya yoni is only Karmayoga in other Dev yoni and Neemn Yoni is obtained if you have done heinous work. The work is done in Manushya yoni the work you have done effects the afterlife of the being. But a mere understanding of these will not lead us towards Moksha but we have to move higher.

When death time approaches the “Sanskars” are imbibed onto the Atmas.We observe such people around us. Just like wind blowing takes the fragrance along with it, similarly, the Atma also carries the sanskaras along with it.

What is “Aatma” and what is “Jeevatma”? when the Atma enters the bodily abode it becomes the Jeevatama which is nothing but a part of the God.

This Jeevatma attracts six things towards itself.The Five “Gyan Indriya” and the Mind is attracted towards the Jeevatama.So they keep getting absorbed in the Jeevatama.

Shri Krishna goes onto explain Arjuna and the entire humanity certain conditions by following which one can obtain the Divine experience and live a life of superlative accomplishment.

  1. You have to free yourself  from pride and delusion
  2. You have to conquer the evil of attachment.
  3. You will have to put your desires to rest and discourage the same. Such a desire free mind will become peaceful and serene.
  4. Be equanimous  towards the extremities of life.

Shri Krishna says that his chapter contains the most profound knowledge, understanding of which leads to supreme enlightenment and a person need not know anything beyond this. A person through the knowledge of this discourse attains the knowledge of the purpose of human existence and goal of life. A person who obtains this knowledge becomes free from all human bonding and miseries of life.

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आज का विचार-‘‘संस्कृति’’

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दूसरे के खाने को मैं खा जाऊँ, ये प्रकृति एक प्रकार की विकृति है। दूसरा अपना खाना खाएँ मैं अपना खाना खाऊँ ये प्रकृति है, लेकिन दूसरे ने खाना नहीं खाया इसी की फिक्र करना यही हमारी संस्कृति है।

‘‘दूसरों के भोजन की भी चिंता करना हमारी संस्कृति है।’’


To cheat somebody of his rightful share (of food, property, assets etc) is not human nature. I consume my food, enjoy my assets & you consume your food, enjoy your assets – this is human nature. But we help the other person & feed his empty stomach – this is our culture.

Caring for the other is our culture.

Prof. Sanjay Biyani

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आज का विचार-‘‘स्वः प्रबंधन’’

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आज आप पहली बार गाडी में बैठे हैं, बहुत डरे हुए हैं, आपको क्लच एवं गियर मंे संतुलन करना नही आ रहा है। आप घबराए हुए हैं ठीक इसी तरह से अगर आप अपने च्तंबजपबंस स्पमि में भी डर रहे हैं तो इसका सीधा सा मतलब है कि आपको स्वयं को डंदंहम करना अभी नही आया है।

‘‘हमारे डर का कारण सेल्फ मैनेजमेन्ट की कमी है।’’


When you get behind the wheel for the first time, you have a natural fear of a mishap. Why? Because you have a difficulty in synchronizing the clutch-gear functioning. Similarly, if you have a fear in your practical life, it means you lack effective self-management.

Lack of self management induces fear in our life.

Prof. Sanjay Biyani

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आज का विचार-‘‘स्वास्थ्य’’

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आज का विचार यह है कि, असत्य से अस्वस्थ व सत्य से स्वास्थ्य का कोई सम्बन्ध हैघ् …..देखिए ना जब हम असत्य बोलते हैं, तो हमारी पल्सरेट हाई हो जाती है, हमारा ब्लड प्रेशर हाई हो जाता है और डॉक्टर भी तो यही कहते हैं कि ज्यादातर रोग अनो शारीरिक है। मन से शुरू होते हैं एवं शरीर को जकड लेते हैं, यानि कितना आसान है कि सत्य बोलिए और स्वस्थ रहिए।

‘‘सत्य बोलिए और स्वस्थ रहिये।’’


Does telling lies make us ill? Does speaking truth make us healthy? Yes, our health has a connection with lies and truth. When we lie, our pulse rate and blood pressure go up. Doctors also say that most ailments have their genesis in our mind. So always speak the truth and stay healthy.  

Speak the truth and stay healthy.

Prof. Sanjay Biyani


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आज का विचार-‘‘शत्रु’’

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आज का विचार यह है कि, हमें अपने शत्रुओं को धन्यवाद देना चाहिए। आप सोच रहे होगें कि शत्रुओं को धन्यवाद!….हाँ भई हाँ! क्योंकि हम अपने मित्रों से इतना नही सीख पाते जितना अपने शत्रुओं से सीख लेते हैं! क्योंघ्….सही है ना बात
‘‘हम अपने मित्रों से इतना नहीं सीख पाते जितना अपने
शत्रु से सीख पाते हैं। अतः अपने शत्रुओं को
धन्यवाद दें क्योंकि असल में वो ही आपको अधिक सिखाते हैं।’’


One must always be thankful to his enemies and opponents. Why do I say so? Because we learn more from our opponents than from friends. Think over it and you will agree.

Be grateful to your enemies for the lessons they teach you.

Prof. Sanjay Biyani

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आज का विचार-‘‘फूल और काँटे’’

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कुछ लोग फूल को देखते हैं, और देखकर बोलते हैं वाह भई वाह क्या फूल हैघ् ….हाँ थोडे बहुत काँटे हैं, लेकिन इस फूल की सुरक्षा के लिए आवश्यक भी हैं और दूसरी जगह कुछ लोग कहते हैं कि अरे क्या फूल, काँटे ही काँटे, फूल तो सिर्फ दिखावे का है। आप सोचिए कि, आप कैसे सोचते हैंघ् पोजेटिव सोचते हैं या नेगेटिव सोचते हैं।
‘‘जीवन में हम पर यह बात निर्भर करती है
कि हम कैसा सोचें, पोजेटिव या नेगेटिव’’

Flowers and thorns

Some people look at a flower and praise its beauty. They understand that thorns exist to protect flowers. But others criticize thorns, instead of enjoying the flower’s beauty. The flowers and the thorns have always been together. Which side to look at entirely depends on your outlook. So develop a positive attitude in life.

Positive attitude makes life easy and happy.

 Prof. Sanjay Biyani

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आज का विचार-‘‘तलाक’’

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कुछ लोग कहते हैं कि हमारे समाज में तलाक की घटनाऐं बहुत बढ रही है। ऐसा क्यों होता हैघ् मैं आपको बताता हूँ, हजारों साल बाद स्त्रियों की पहली पीढी घर से बाहर काम करने गई है और इसी कारण वे अपने रिश्तों में संतुलन नही बना पा रहे हैं। अगर हम चाहते हैं कि ऐसी घटनाएँ कम हो तो स्त्री एवं पुरूष को एक दूसरे को समझना ही होगा।
‘‘तलाक का असली कारण हजारों वर्षों बाद स्त्री का घर से बाहर
जाकर काम करना है, इसे रोकने के लिए आपसी समझ बनानी पडेगी’’


Divorce cases are rising in the society. It is a matter of concern. For thousands of years, women were confined to the four walls of the house. Now they are stepping out to work, to seek equality in the society. As a result, the couples are not able to maintain a work-life balance. One can avoid bitterness in a marital relationship by giving an equal weight age to the aspirations of his partner.

With women giving priority to work over household chores, divorces are rising. A better understanding between a
husband and a wife can reduce bitterness in their relationship.

Prof. Sanjay Biyani

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आज का विचार-‘‘अनासक्त कर्म’’

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श्री कृष्ण का अनासक्त कर्मयोग हमें भला क्यों समझ नहीं आता हैघ् मैं आपको आइडिया देता हूँ आप प्रतिदिन एकाएक बिना फल की इच्छा से करिये और महसूस करिये आपको अनासक्त कर्म ठीक से समझ आ जायेगा।

‘‘अगर हम कृष्ण के अनासक्त कर्म को समझना चाहते हैं,
तो हमें प्रतिदिन कोई एक कर्म बिना फल की इच्छा से करना होगा।’’

Action with detachment

What is the best way to understand Lord Krishna’s ‘Karmayog’? Every day, if you do one task without the desire for the result, you will gradually understand the essence of Karmayog.  

We must act with detachment to understand
Lord Krishna’s Karmayog.


Prof. Sanjay Biyani

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आज का विचार-‘‘रिश्तों की मर्यादा’’

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आज का विचार है कि, सार्वजनिक स्थानों पर आज का युवा प्यार का इजहार करते हुए बडे, अजीबों, गरीब हरकतें करते देखे जाते हैं…….क्या यह ठीक हैघ् देखिए एक जानवर अपने आपको, जानवर समझता है शरीर समझता इसलिए जो इच्छा हो वो करता है, परन्तु आप इंसान हैं, आपकी भावनाएँ हैं, इमोशंस है, रिश्तों की मर्यादा रखिए नही तो फिर कुछ समय बाद पछताना पड सकता है।

‘‘सार्वजनिक स्थानों पर प्रेम का इजहार करने से बचें।’’

Sanctity of relationships

These days, youngsters can be seen indulging in, popularly called, ‘PDA’ (public display of affection). Is it acceptable to show physical intimacy to a partner at a public place? An animal does what it feels like because it considers itself just a body. But a person has feelings, emotions and dignity. If we don’t uphold the sanctity of our relationships in public, we may have to regret later on.

Avoid physical display of your love for
your partner at a public place.


Prof. Sanjay Biyani

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