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Pure worldly interaction (Hindi Dadavani april-2011)

By Bhagwan, Dada

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Title: Pure worldly interaction (Hindi Dadavani april-2011)  
Author: Bhagwan, Dada
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Language: Hindi
Subject: Non Fiction, Religion
Collections: Religion, Authors Community, Favorites in India
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Publisher: Mahavideh Foundation
Member Page: Dada Bhagwan

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Any interaction through mind, speech or action is considered vyavahar (worldly interaction). Sadavyavahar (right worldly interaction) is to interact with the world according to the rules of the scriptures. Sadavyavahar is the cause of indirect (paroksha) moksha and shuddha vyavahar (pure worldly interaction) is the cause of direct (pratyaksha) moksha. When one has the awareness of the Self, when one’s life is lived in the five Agnas and when kashayas do not have any effect on anyone, then it is considered a shuddha vyavahar. Shuddha vyavahar means constant internal saiyam (kashaya free) remains, and only then one can attain moksha. Here in Akram Vignan, shuddha vyavahar and shuddha nischaya are both together. That which negates vyavahar is not considered a right science. If you neglect vyavahar then the other person will get hurt and then there is no path of moksha. So here in Akram, vyavahar is first, and on the basement of shuddha vyavahar, stands the shuddha nischaya.

 
 



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