शुक्रवार, 10 अगस्त 2018

👉 Mind is like the roots of a tree

🔶 The sacred text of Gita compares man with a fig tree having its roots above and it branches and leaves below. The branches and leaves are clearly visible but the roots —being hidden underground— are invisible. Nonetheless, the visible part of the tree in actual fact reflects what those seemingly invisible roots crucially do for the rest of the tree. When the roots of a tree don’t get water the branches and leaves would start to wilt and wither away. On the other hand, when the tree has it roots deeply burrowed into the ground enabling them to get plentiful of water and nutrients would make the tree grow quite well.

🔷 Man also is in a similar situation. Thinking happens to be his roots. The quality of thinking, core beliefs and aspirations of an individual create corresponding outer situations for him. For example, the inner deprivation of an individual become manifested as insufficiency or emptiness in his outer life. The lack of knowledge and wisdom only reflects the lack of curiosity. Whoever trains their mind to be content with and wisely utilise whatever they have are destined to enjoy happiness and contentment in their life.

✍🏻 Pt. Shriram Sharma Acharya
📖 Yug Nirman Yojana: Darsana, swarupa va karyakrama Vangmay 66 Page 1.8

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