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Practical Make a list of your desires, thoughts & expectations 1. Find out if Practical Make a list of your desires, thoughts & expectations 1. Find out if these needs be fulfilled by Right Understanding, Relationship and Physical Facilities, or anything more is needed? 2. Categorize them as Need of Self (I) or need of Body 3. Categorize where they are they originating from – Preconditioning, Sensation or Natural Acceptance Force / Power Optional – Categorize them as · Expectation, Desire Activity [email protected]“kf. Dr fØz; k 1. Realization vuq. Hko 2. Understanding cks/k 3. Desire b. PNk 4. Thought You can do this practical with your family fopkj 5. Expectation vk'kk Imaging fp=. k Analysis fo'kys"k. k Selecting/Tasting p; [email protected] Loknu 1

2. Categorize: Need of I and Need of Body Make a list of Your 2. Categorize: Need of I and Need of Body Make a list of Your desires Categorize each desire as Need of I or Need of Body Eg. house - To show others – need of I - To provide protection – need of Body Some needs will be for both I and for Body – you can reflect on what is the primary need Q: What is the % of desires that are needs of I, % of needs of Body? Q: % Effort for PF? % Effort for RU & RF? Q: Re-evaluate the program to fulfill needs of I. PF can only fulfill needs of the Body 9

2. Categorize: Need of I and Need of Body About 10% desires are needs 2. Categorize: Need of I and Need of Body About 10% desires are needs of the Body About 90% desires are needs of Self(I) About 10% effort is for Right Understanding & Relationship About 90% effort is for Physical Facility Most of the desires are of needs of Self(I) Most of the effort is for Physical facility Physical Facility can fulfill only needs of the Body… … There is a mismatch between desire and effort … 10

2. Categorize: Need of I and Need of Body – Effort Sanskar (t+1) = 2. Categorize: Need of I and Need of Body – Effort Sanskar (t+1) = Fn [Sanskar (t), Environment (t), Adhyayan (t)] Proposal Self Study, Self Verification § Listening (with curiosity, with concentration, listening to get the sense in which the speaker is indicating) § Self-Exploration (to see the reality indicated by the words, to refer to your natural acceptance) Right Understanding & Right Feeling in the self § To see your Natural Acceptance 11

3. Categorise: Preconditioning, Sensation and Natural Acceptance For notions, reflect on its underlying assumption 3. Categorise: Preconditioning, Sensation and Natural Acceptance For notions, reflect on its underlying assumption Eg. Nice house - Nice = comparatively better than other houses – preconditioning - Nice = luxurious – sensation - Nice = provides protection for body – natural acceptance 12

3. Categorise: Preconditioning, Sensation and Natural Acceptance Preconditioning: Assuming without knowing. Depends on something 3. Categorise: Preconditioning, Sensation and Natural Acceptance Preconditioning: Assuming without knowing. Depends on something or someone outside, keeps changing Sensation: taste of sound, touch, sight, taste, smell, 4 topics: food, sleep, fear/security, sex (samvedna – shabd, sparsh, roop, ras, gandh, 4 vishay: ahar, nidra, bhay, maithun) tasty-necessary tasty-unnecessary tasteless-unnecessary intolerable (ruchikar-avashyak ruchikar-anavashyak aruchikar-unavashyak asahaniya) Natural Acceptance: Given a choice, what I would accept naturally 1. Assurance (Ashwasti) 2. Satisfaction (Tripti) 3. Universal (Sarvbhaum) Q: % Preconditioning, % Sensation and % Natural Acceptance 13

Natural Acceptance Given a choice, what would I accept naturally? Under the given circumstances, Natural Acceptance Given a choice, what would I accept naturally? Under the given circumstances, what would I accept? Natural Acceptance Preconditioning, Sensation, Natural Acceptance E. g. Relationship E. g. Sometimes relationship, sometimes opposition Food for health Sometimes food for health, sometimes food for taste Clothes for protection of Body Sometimes for protection of body, sometimes for respect, show 14

Preconditioning = Assuming without self-verification Knowing, Assuming, Recognizing, Fulfilling Problem (Samasya) Education-Sanskar Solution (Samadhan) Preconditioning = Assuming without self-verification Knowing, Assuming, Recognizing, Fulfilling Problem (Samasya) Education-Sanskar Solution (Samadhan) Preconditioning or Assuming without self-verification Assumptions keep changing Conduct is indefinite (Dependence, Partantrata) Knowing through self-verification – on the basis of Natural Acceptance & – on the basis of living accordingly Assumptions on the basis of Knowing are definite Conduct is definite (Swatantrata) 15

Sensation Physical thing Contact with senses of body Sensation (info from body) Tasted by Sensation Physical thing Contact with senses of body Sensation (info from body) Tasted by self (I) - If taste is favorable Happiness - If taste is unfavourable Unhappiness Sensation of Sound, Touch, Form, Taste, Smell 4 Topics: Food, Sleep, Fear/Security, Sex (shabd, sparsh, roop, ras, gandh ki samvedna 4 vishay: ahar, nidra, bhay, maithun) Sensation can be a source of excitement. Since it only provides temporary happiness, one gets bored, keeps changing from one sensation to another Sensation can not be a source of continuous happiness (harmony) a) Tasty-Necessary Tasty-Unnecessary Tasteless-Unnecessary Intolerable (ruchikar-avashyak ruchikar-anavashyak aruchikar-unavashyak asahaniya) b) Partantrata, uncertainity 16

Sensation Role of sensation or right utilisation of sensation 1. To keep body in Sensation Role of sensation or right utilisation of sensation 1. To keep body in good health 2. To communicate in order to understand (& help other understand) Sensation in animal Sensation in human being naturally restrained (by nature) can do right utilisation only if one has right understanding Body is an instrument of the Self (I) Role of body or right utilisation of body 1. To communicate in order to understand (& help other understand) 2. Labour in order to obtain necessary PF for the body 3. For ensuring continuity of Human Tradition (new body) 17

Feeling from Other Human Being Expression of Feeling Received Evaluated by self (I) - Feeling from Other Human Being Expression of Feeling Received Evaluated by self (I) - If evaluation is favorable Happiness - If evaluation is unfavourable Unhappiness Feeling from other can not be a source of continuous happiness (harmony) a) Partantrata, uncertainity 18

Natural Acceptance 1. Intact 2. Invariant Uncorrupted by pre-conditioning All Individuals 3. Universal Natural Acceptance 1. Intact 2. Invariant Uncorrupted by pre-conditioning All Individuals 3. Universal " Time " Space Process of Investigation - Subjective Results " " Authentic Understanding of Reality (Knowing) - OBJECTIVE Education is possible Absolute Self Confidence - Self-assurance (Ashwasti) - Self-satisfaction (Tripti) Natural Acceptance is about WHAT TO DO (not about how to do) 19

Examples: Rasgolla Red Kurta Why? Taste Nurturing +Taste Panditji Body needs sugar now Protection Examples: Rasgolla Red Kurta Why? Taste Nurturing +Taste Panditji Body needs sugar now Protection I know how many I already have I do need a kurta Red is just one possible option Natural khadi (eco-friendly) Check if protection took place Glucose Check if it nurtured Sens NA PC to Nurture Body NA to Protect Body 22

Examples Comfortable car Why? Neighbor has one PC I have to travel 20 km/day Examples Comfortable car Why? Neighbor has one PC I have to travel 20 km/day - why? I check all the alternatives - move closer to work - different work I evaluate the alternatives - am I rightly utilising my body after having the car? Evaluate - is the car facilitating right util of body NA to rightly utilise body (Car is only a means) 23

3. Partantrata and Swatantrata Preconditioning – Partantrata Sensation – Partantrata Natural Acceptance – Swatantrata 3. Partantrata and Swatantrata Preconditioning – Partantrata Sensation – Partantrata Natural Acceptance – Swatantrata Q: % Partantrata and % Swatantrata 24

3. Categorise: Preconditioning, Sensation and Natural Acceptance About 5% desires are based on Natural 3. Categorise: Preconditioning, Sensation and Natural Acceptance About 5% desires are based on Natural Acceptance About 60% desires are based on Preconditioning About 35% desires are based on Sensation Most of the Needs are based on Preconditioning or Sensation We are living mostly in Partantrata Effort required for swatantrata: Start evaluating desire on the basis of your natural acceptance. If desire is naturally acceptable, it will become definite & continue otherwise it will slowly become corrected or drop off 25

3. Categorise: Preconditioning, Sensation and Natural Acceptance Force / Power Activity cy@“kf. Dr fØz; 3. Categorise: Preconditioning, Sensation and Natural Acceptance Force / Power Activity [email protected]“kf. Dr fØz; k 1. Realization vuq. Hko 2. Preconditioning ek. U; rk Understanding cks/k 1 3. Desire Partantrata b. PNk ijra=rk X 4. Thought fopkj 5. Expectation vk'kk Imaging 3 Self verification on the basis of Natural Acceptance INTENTION Swatantrata Lora=rk √ fp=. k Analysis fo'kys"k. k Selecting/Tasting p; [email protected] Loknu Imagination d. Yiuk”kh 2 Sensation yrk Body 'kjhj Behaviour O; ogkj Work dk; Z Laosnuk Partantrata ijra=rk X 26

4. Sequence of Desires: Goal or just a Step? Desire (pkguk) – Aim, Objective, 4. Sequence of Desires: Goal or just a Step? Desire (pkguk) – Aim, Objective, Purpose To Become Banana To Do/Get Karna/Paana To Be Hona Doctor Engineer IIT Engineer Farmer Prosperous Thief …. . Service, Money, Respect… Make Things, Money, Respect … Make Things, Money++, Respect++… Grow Things, Money, Respect… Happy & Prosperous Happy & Get Things, Money, Respect… Happy & Prosperous Steps toward Goal Not the Goal Basic Human Goal Desire, Aim, Objective, Purpose Teacher by Chance, Teacher by Choice… 27

Desire – I am responsible. I will develop competence & fulfill Dream – Other Desire – I am responsible. I will develop competence & fulfill Dream – Other will fulfill State of awareness – I am aware of my D, T, E State of unawareness – I am not aware of my D, T, E Desire/Thought/Expectation with commitment to achieve it – "going home from work" or "having a drink" e. g. Desire/Thought/Expectation without firm commitment to achieve it – e. g. "going for a workshop" or "ensuring trust in relationship" 28