Yajna reflection questions

  1. Shravana leads to seva. In other words, one needs to practise what he or she has learned, otherwise there is no point listening to any discourses. Seva without shravana leads to sattvic ego. An egoless person like Hanumanji always does a seva well, because such a person has reflected upon the knowledge that he or she has gathered.
  2. The three strings are our thoughts, words and actions. The three strings also signify our satva, rajas and tamas actions. The knot is brahmagranthi that binds all thoughts, words and actions or balances satva, rajas and tamas actions.
  3. There is no way we can appreciate our janmadatas enough. Yet, we must at least thank them regularly for making us who we are today. We should attribute all our success to them and give them the credit, rather than taking all the credit. It is said, imitation is the best form of flattery. So, we must imitate our parents as far as the family values are concerned. We should pass on the values given by them to our next generation.
  4. I invoke joy by keeping myself busy in reflecting upon what i have read and heard in the discourses by Vivekji. Besides, I often sit and chant Hanuman Chalisa to calm my agitated mind. By being at peace with myself, I can evoke joy and be at peace outside.
  5. Jealousy is the result of lack mindset. So, one way is to focus on the positive things in your life and automatically you get rid of jealousy. Another way is to think that whatever we have is planned by God and not everyone gets what he or she gets at the same time. So, trusting God and his plans is a great relief to a jealous mind. Finally, keep telling yourself what goes around comes around. So, when you will give enough you will get enough.
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