There should be a balance between the two natures” Rajas and Tamas” natures and let us enhance “Sattva” qualities.
There are three virtues that have always been and continue to be present in all things and beings in the world. These three qualities or virtues are called: sattva (goodness, constructive, harmonious), rajas (passion, active, confused), and tamas (darkness, destructive, chaotic). All of these three virtues are present in everyone and everything. The interplay of these virtues defines the character of someone or something, of nature and determines the progress of life. In human behavior studies, Guna/virtues mean personality, innate nature and psychological attributes of an individual.
We are not aware of our nature and most of us do not live in awareness. We are not aware about what is going on in our surroundings or in our mind. Even qualified people, engineers, doctors, teachers and most of the people are living without any awareness. There should be awareness in our life. Awareness is the key of right attitude. Very few people are living with awareness.
Sometimes you get excessive sleep but you don’t know the reason for that.Execessive sleep brings laziness and due to which we cannot do hard work. We become lazy. We cannot study properly in examination days. Laziness makes us lethargetic and we cannot do right thing in right attitude. It causes indicipline.It brings depression, tension .All these happens due to our “Tamas” quality.
Sometimes we become hyper and more excited and cannot control our voice or organs and all these happen due to “Rajas “quality.
There should be a balance between these two natures and let us enhance “Sattva” qualities. This will bring discipline and positivity in our lives due to which we can show better etiquette and keep a good decoram.We can realize the importance of prayer and meditation.
Let us now be focused and chant “om “mantra and do meditation which can help us to enhance “Sattva” qualities and as a result we can enjoy unlimited happiness with unlimited success.
Thoughts delivered in morning assembly on 15th Sept.2016 by
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