Things prohibit daily life Bhagavad Gita

 

Things that are strictly prohibited in Bhagavad Gita 

Things prohibits daily life Bhagavad Gita
Things prohibit daily life Bhagavad Gita


 Introduction

Bhagavad Gita is the abundance of knowledge and information about our daily habits. There are a million matters are in Bhagavad Gita that define our thinking and feelings through words.

But sometimes these feelings, emotions, behaviors become more harmful to our life. So Bhagavad Gita says to prohibits those habits and things.

When you get bothered to your circumstances definitely you would think that what I did that gives me a lot of pain in my life. 

It is believed that every written thoughts and matter of scripture are very true and vital to comply in our life. This scripture gives us stable and definite knowledge to live life without stress and trouble.

First Bhagavad Gita is the essence of that knowledge then Ved and Upanishad come in life.

With the reading of Bhagavad Gita, the mind of an individual able to see the best part of his life.

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It describes not only doing everything but also write about behavior  is write but some of the works that we should not do that, we strictly prohibit to do in our life so we will discuss all that in detail below :

1. Raga-Dwesh (like-dislike)

 The matter that is prohibited in Bhagavad Gita is the thing or people that are in one’s life force to like or dislike. Sometimes that like or dislike touches the over-limit of like or dislike. When the liking turns into beyond limit called attachment or affinity then it will start the attachment beyond the limitations.

This attachment can be for anything, it can be any people or any object. When you get under this attachment, it stops you to do better work in your life.

 It can be emotional or intellectual. It is an intense desire and attraction.


2. Hate or avoidance (dwesha)

 It is the opposite of raga, which means ignorance or avoidance of something. When our hate behavior comes to beyond something, intense repulsion, disgust, antipathy, and even aversion. It is called dwesh (avoidance).

As per Bhagavad Gita, it is said very harmful to people. Why?

In attachment or affinity of something or to someone creates expectations that are prohibited by Bhagavad Gita because when expectations break down take the face of dwesh. It is definite to break down expectations. It gives hurts more and more when we get that from affectionate people.

It is noticed that at the starting of any marriage, the couple lives nicely but after some years they start complaining of each other. And the part of avoidance (dwesh) gets the start.

They create issues every time and no love to each other. It’s all only the reason for breaks of expectations.

Then the love relation turns into professional relations. Only need and need to remain their relationship for society only, not a single part of love remains between that couples.

Why this is happening, if the love was a lot of then now what happened that love disappears in this relationship?

Because we get to indulge in raga as according to Bhagavad Gita. Our fascination gets higher that we are not able to see the reality of the relationship or reality of behavior.

 It only remains attachment only by the selfish nature, that she does all works and wife thinks that my husband does every work of the home.

In this love affection relationship, the husband expects more to his wife and the wife expects more to her husband. That is the starting of Raga.

Types of expectations: 

The main reason for Rag-dwesh (Like-dislike) is expectations, desires and wish that create first love than hate, it is prohibited in Bhagavad Gita.

Expectation of husband

She should behave politely before me even she hurts by any problem because I am her husband.

I am her husband so she should not take care of any relationship with her family. She should think about only me.

Right or wrong she has to obey my orders.

She is my wife so she should awake in the early morning to make tea or breakfast even she gets ill.

She should wait for me to take dinner even he takes dinner with his friends.

Expectations of wife

 He is my husband so he has to obey my order.

He should save time for me. And it is his duty to fulfill my expectations.

He should watch me movies every week.

He should extra take care of me, etc. 

Expectations of a lover

He should spend money on me, she should obey my permission, he should take care of me, she should put on the dress that I want, he always should wait for me, etc

Expectation of parents

 My child will obey every permission, my child will choose a career according to me, and my child should be like raja Harish Chandra, etc.

Theses all the expectations that present in every people and that is responsible for Raga-dwesh.

 Measure to get rid of Raga and Dwesh

Bhagavad Gita strictly prohibits the behavior of Rag and dwesh that can find in daily life.

If you want to leave Raga and Dwesh (like-dislike) first, you have to letup Raga and then Dwesh automatically would be leaving.

Someone who has no more happiness on the meeting of someone and the one who has not to fear to leave someone that one is more able to love. 

Because the one who is fully free and independent from their own behavior and thinking can give you full freedom of thinking and behavior.

And the one who has broad-minded to take behavior according to Bhagavad Gita and prohibits us to do bad things that can give you a good company.

 Whenever you feel like you fall in love, please be conscious to understand that – is it loved or attraction? If it is fascination, definitely it will break up in a short period.

And you have to bear the behavior of hate (dwesh).

How can you differentiate between Love and Attraction?

The prohibition by Bhagavad Gita gives facts about love and fascination. In attraction, there are more and more expectations, desires, and hopes.

And if only love happens then there is only and only wait for you without any expectation and desire. He or she only wants to meet you, even only for a short period but the love will be true.

He or she does not have any care for late timing or what are you wearing, how you look, and how you talk.

If love would be true, the one will love also your demerits along with merits.


3. Aashakti (addiction or attachment)

Things that prohibit in our daily life describes by Bhagavad Gita are attachment or addiction for someone or something.

If you can’t live without any object or people or anything, we can say that it is under love and hate. Or if you can't find the way to do the work or to meet someone or to find anything, and your behavior randomly turns into a big angriness, this is addiction.

A person gets astray when he attached something or someone over the limit. It’s like intoxication behavior.

Attachment to something is the feelings of the mind. We do our own behavior on the basis of mind and brain. 

The brain’s actions are conscious to do any work while the mind doing every work without care of good or bad things. The mind remains busy only in lavish work; it is unwitting by time, era, circumstances, or virtue-vice.

All works done only by the mind is called attachment.

Why it is said in scriptures that attachment is harmful to us?

The prohibition by Bhagavad Gita has given knowledge about Ashakti (attachment or addiction).

The addiction to anything is harmful because it is bounded like to bind oneself to something that behaves only under the condition.

It is like a trap that people splash to live life stress-free. We are forced to do the work of attachment if we cannot control it.

If people don't get something that he wants, he remains restless. People keep on forgetting their own real goal of life, which I, why I am doing all that misdeed work, am they become not able to recognize the real paths of their life.

Their senses and mind go down that's why they don't realize for good things.

Forgetting oneself is over the limit of attachment.

The main shortcoming of addiction that prohibits Bhagavad Gita is the mind forces the people to do the work which he is fond of or to whom he is attached.

A person enjoys pleasure in attachment and does not understand the need to understand the result of that pleasure.

He does only what he loves.   

Now the question is that, is attachment or addiction is beneficial for us or not?

First when we don’t aware of the result is categorize in addiction behavior of mind.

Just like a kid who is rigid only for sweets, every time he demands sweets. But he doesn’t know that sweets will be lost my teeth or I can be fatty. So we can’t say this addiction.

Likewise, if a person who knows about sugar to eat is harmful is addiction. If he doesn’t control to eat sugar’s materials.

Its quoting matter about addiction is beyond the good and bad things or virtue and vices.

Our mind is beyond virtue and vices. These things are prohibited by Bhagavad Gita in daily life.

Our mind likes only and only enjoyment but our brain conscious to realize good or bad things. 

When a man doing any work under the power of his conscience means his brain now active.

But if the men are doing all things under the power of anesthesia means his mind active. This is the position in which he can do any work according to his wish only.

It doesn’t matter it is beneficial or harmful; he gets totally under control in desire only.

The brain is critical while the mind is blissful. The brain is not aware of bliss.

We must put a balance between mind and brain as according to Bhagavad Gita.

We will have to control our own mind (man) according to our own wish by which the attachment or addiction can be controlled.

This addiction can be beneficial for us if we take it in our careers. If we take addiction with the moral value it can make a good success path in our life and if we take it in the wrong way, we can distract from our goal of life, our duties, and our responsibilities.

 

4. The prohibited topic of Bhagavad Gita is - Desire

In Bhagavad Gita, it is strictly prohibited to have desires. Because desire makes us angry. Bhagavad Gita says that this body is not to fulfill these materialistic things or this body is not for taking a luxurious life. While this body is only for reformation of own self and to obtain deity.

So if someone would be indulged in Lord Krishna, it is proven that the men will get God and he will able to go to heaven.  If our desire full every time it will change into greediness and if this desire not is fulfilled it takes the face of angriness.

 

5. The prohibited topic of Bhagavad Gita is – Envy

Envy is a very hard and harmful thing. That creates conspiracy against someone. The envy doesn’t harmful for those, who have big thinking to well being for others beside it is harmful to that person who has the behavior of envy against someone.

It creates a fight against someone; it creates bitter feelings for someone. So we should not take this behavior. The prohibition of Bhagavad Gita says that if you will get a path of honesty you can get everything in your life.

 

Conclusion

Things prohibit in daily life by Bhagavad Gita is the two main and important thing that is Rag-dwesh (like-dislike) and Ashakti (attachment or addiction).

It depends on us how we take all this. Because both are can be good or can be bad.  Like if we are addicted to something then it will create problems by creating restrictions on thinking and behavior. It makes us violent to achieve something. It’s like intoxication behavior so it is bad for us. 

So Bhagavad Gita teaches us to live away from those behaviors.

Likewise, if we indulge very much in affection or hate, it is also noxious for us. That also creates addictive behavior.  Both are differentiated only by like-dislike but in Ashakti (attachment) it only likes that is beyond the limit.

This is a big reason to avoid these behaviors and thinking.

 

 



 

 

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