Divine and Demonic natures of human beings - Part-1.




Sub :  Divine  and  Demonic  natures of human beings -

Ref : Creation!

To day we find less / or almost nil divine  qualities   throughout the world.

There is possibility to become divine from demonic nature.

But no outside help is  needed, one on  his  own uplift  himself  by  Sadhana.

All Members,

Respected family members of this great holy Nation.


1. When you see  the  world  you find  : good  as  well  as  bad  in  every  aspects.

2. It is true they are two sides of the creation.

3. People born with either divine or demonic nature in  the  whole  world.

4. These  natures  are  passed  on  from  one birth to the  other  through  vasanas.

5. Anybody can come  out  of his/her demonic nature and uplift to divine.

6. Lord Krishna narrates 26 divine qualities  ( of  a person born according  to divine nature ) : -

{ Srimad Bhagavad-Gita : Chapter-16. ( Daiva-asura-sambhd-vibhaga-yogam), Slokam-1,2,3.

They are as follow -

1) abhayam is fearlessness due to the absence of anxiety which arises from the dread of harm to the physical body or the prospect of losing what is precious.

2) sattva-samsuddhih is purification of one's existence and denotes purity of heart consisting of pure goodness undefiled with the taint of passion and ignorance.

3) jnana-yoga-vyavasthitih means situated in the knowledge of devotion resulting from discriminating the atma or immortal soul from physical matter as the individual consciousness attains communion with the ultimate consciousness.

4) danam is the charity given to worthy recipients from what one legitimately owns.

5) damah is self restraint, controlling the mind to be uninfluenced by sense objects.

6) yagna is Vedically authorised ritualistic ceremonies in propitiation and devotion to the Supreme Lord Krishna exclusively for His satisfaction without any self interests. This also applies to His authorised incarnations and expansions.

7) svadhyayah is devoted study of Vedic scriptures, knowing that they alone teach the glories of the Supreme Lord and are the quintessence of all that is spiritual.

8) tapas is austerity and penance. Performing expiatory activities is a duty for all human beings such as Ekadasi which is mandatory fasting from all grains on the 11th day of the waxing and waning moons. As well there are occasional expiatory activities such as candrayana which are fasts synchronised with the cycles of the moon and also kricchra which is extreme ascetic penance performed under very hot or very cold conditions and prajapatya and santapana. Such activities purifies an aspirant and prepares and qualifies them for devotion to the Supreme Lord.

9) arjavam is simplicity, straight forwardness to others in thought, word and deeds.

10) ahimsa is non-violence to all living entities by thought, word and deed.

11) satyam is truthfulness verily speaking what is true that is beneficial to all beings.

12) akrodah is freedom from anger due to absence of resentment for others.

13) tyagah is renunciation of whatever is opposed to atma-tattva or soul realisation.

14) santih is tranquillity, keeping the senses peaceful and impervious to agitation.

15) apaisunam is aversion to fault finding and slandering others even if warranted.

16) daya is mercy, sympathy for life, empathy for the distress and misery of others.

17) aloluptvam is absence of greed for sense gratification.

18) mardavam is gentleness and humility which is appropriate for saintly association.

19) hrih is modesty, the feeling of shame at the thought of anything inappropriate.

20) acapalam is determination to remain firm against temptations presented to one.

21) tejas is radiance, luster. The illustrious proof of the efficacy of spiritual practice.

22) ksama is forgiveness. The absence of vengeful feelings against those harmed by.

23) dhritih is fortitude. The capacity for righteousness while enduring great duress.

24) saucam is cleanliness both internally and externally to be spiritually worthy.

25) adrohah is absence of envy, non-interference in the interests of others.

26) natimanita absence of false ego, lack of desire for honour and prestige.

Thank you for reading,


Next : Part-2. Demonic nature.


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