Divine and Demonic natures of human beings - Part-2.




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.


Srimad  Bhagavad-Gita : Chapter-16. Slokam-6.

Lord  Sri  krishna  to  Arjuna :  -

"There are two types of beings in this world—the divine and the demoniacal; the divine has been described at length; hear from Me, O Arjuna, of the demoniacal!"

Slokam - 4, & 7 to 18.

 The asuric natures :  { A  person   born  with  Demoniac qualities  the  following  are  details  of  his/her  character  }

1.  Hypocrisy, arrogance, self-conceit, harshness and also anger and ignorance, belong to one who is born in a demoniacal state, O Arjuna!

2. The demoniacal know not what to do and what to refrain from; neither purity nor right conduct nor truth is found in them.

3. They say: “This universe is without truth, without a (moral) basis, without a God, brought about by mutual union, with lust for its cause; what else?”

4. Holding this view, these ruined souls of small intellects and fierce deeds, come forth as enemies of the world for its destruction.

5. Filled with insatiable desires, full of hypocrisy, pride and arrogance, holding evil ideas through delusion, they work with impure resolves.

6. Giving themselves over to immeasurable cares ending only with death, regarding gratification of lust as their highest aim, and feeling sure that that is all,

7. Bound by a hundred ties of hope, given over to lust and anger, they strive to obtain by unlawful means hoards of wealth for sensual enjoyment.

8. “This has been gained by me today; this desire I shall obtain; this is mine and this wealth too shall be mine in future.”

9. “That enemy has been slain by me and others also I shall slay. I am the lord; I enjoy; I am perfect, powerful and happy”.

10. “I am rich and born in a noble family. Who else is equal to me? I will sacrifice. I will give (charity). I will rejoice,”—thus, deluded by ignorance,

11.  Bewildered by many a fancy, entangled in the snare of delusion, addicted to the gratification of lust, they fall into a foul hell.

12. Self-conceited, stubborn, filled with the intoxication and pride of wealth, they perform sacrifices in name, through ostentation, contrary to scriptural ordinances.

13. Given over to egoism, power, haughtiness, lust and anger, these malicious people hate Me in their own bodies and those of others.

Lord  allows  the  demonic  to  self-uplift  himself  to divine  nature, if he /she  refuses to listen or learn Lord takes the ultimate step ... explained as below..

slokam - 19 to 24.

The fate of asuric natured  -

1. These cruel haters, the worst among men in the world,—I hurl all these evil-doers for ever into the wombs of demons only.

2. Entering into demoniacal wombs and deluded birth after birth, not attaining Me, they thus fall, O Arjuna, into a condition still lower than that!

3. Triple is the gate of this hell, destructive of the self—lust, anger, and greed,—therefore, one should abandon these three.

4.  A man who is liberated from these three gates to darkness, O Arjuna, practises what is good for him and thus goes to the Supreme goal!!

4.1. When these three gates to hell are abandoned, the path to salvation is cleared for the aspirant. He gets the company of sages, which leads to liberation. He receives spiritual instructions and practises them. He hears the scriptures, reflects, meditates and attains Self-realisation.

5. He who, casting aside the ordinances of the scriptures, acts under the impulse of desire, attains neither perfection nor happiness nor the supreme goal.

6. Therefore, let the scripture be the authority in determining what ought to be done and what ought not to be done. Having known what is said in the ordinance of the scriptures, thou shouldest act here in this world.

A Statement  from  the Lord :


5. The divine nature is deemed for liberation and the demoniacal for bondage. Grieve not, O Arjuna, for thou art born with divine properties!

5.1. As Arjuna is dejected, Sri Krishna assures him not to feel alarmed at this description of the demoniacal qualities as he is born with Sattwic tendencies leading towards.

My view points

1. Materialism  made  people demoniacal.

2. Complete lack  of  Spirituality, made people for  mad rush  towards  sensual pleasures.

3. Many  people  misunderstood, Rituals  as Spirituality.

4. Throughout  his/her  life,  these asuric  people  live in rituals, and not  allow  themselves  get  uplifted  to  higher  step deep  meditation.

5. To day religions  do  not express  the  benefits  of  Meditation, and  purification   of  character.

6. Religion  do not control their  followers  from  wrong doings.

7.  Hence  today  we  hear  communal, fundamentalism, terrorism  and  many  more  atrocities all  over  the  world.....


1.The whole world , All  Governments, talk about development  on the material side only, and neglect the character development of their citizens, hence the total decay of civilisation all  over the  world.

2. Countries instead  of  investing their  money and time on deadly arsenals, weapons etc it is urgent necessity  to give  attention on citizens character and discipline.


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