A Yogis' Dharma

A Yogi’s Dharma is the best way in kaliyug

Unveiling the Components of A Yogi’s Dharma

To comprehend the significance of A Yogi’s Dharma we must understand yoga. To understand what I say and why I say it, it’s imperative to delve into the narrative of Kaliyug. However, let’s embark on our journey by understanding the fundamental components of A Yogi’s Dharma. Symbolically represented as a bull with four legs, the choice of the bull signifies its innate nature of perseverance and tireless effort, intertwined with the association with Bhagwan Shiv. Each leg symbolizes a unique facet for Dharma to thrive:

1) Tapasya = Austerity

2) Shauch = Purity

3) Daya = Kindness

4) Satya = Truth

“तपः शौचं दया सत्यं इति पादाः कृते कृताः |
अधर्मांशैस्त्रयो भग्नाः स्मयसङ्गमदैस्तव ||”

A Yogi's Dharma

The Erosion of Dharma Across Yugas

During Satya Yuga, the bull of Dharma stands firmly on all four legs. However, as the epochs transition, the integrity of Dharma gradually deteriorates:

In Treta Yuga:

Tapasya diminishes, signifying the infiltration of darkness into a quarter of the world.

In Dwapara Yuga:

Shauch is lost, with only half the populace engaged in higher pursuits and maintaining purity of heart.

In Kali Yuga:

Dharma remains crippled, supported by only one leg, and by the end of this epoch, even Satya wanes. This epoch witnesses the majority of the world consumed by egoism and sensual gratification, neglecting higher aspirations.

Navigating Through Kali Yuga

We find ourselves in the era of Kaliyug, where every step we take determines our trajectory toward divinity or self-destruction. It’s incumbent upon us to tread cautiously, fostering habits that draw us closer to the Supreme Shiv Consciousness. Mind you, we are not referring to Mother Goddess Kali; rather, we speak of the demon Kali. The significant difference lies in the fact that Mother Goddess Kali aids us in transcending Kaal and Maya. On the other hand, Rakshas Kali further binds us in Maya, subjugating our ego and diverting us from our higher Supreme Shiv Consciousness.

Upholding the Flag Bearers of Dharma

Amidst the potent influence of Kali Yuga, truth steadily corrodes as the dark age progresses. Yet, as long as life endures, endeavor to resurrect the virtues that epitomize Dharma. Walk the path of truth, for it is through truth that the divine beauty of Shiva is realized – “Satyam-Shivam-Sundaram.”

The Unfolding of Kali Yuga’s Timeline

Spanning 432,000 years (equivalent to 1,200 divine years), Kali Yuga commenced 5,124 years ago, leaving 426,876 years until its culmination in 428,899 CE. If Kali Yuga were analogous to a human lifespan of 100 years, its current duration corresponds to approximately one year and two months.

Contemplating the Unaware Child of Kali Yuga

Visualize Kaliyug as an oblivious child newly arrived in this world. Reflect on the havoc wreaked by the ongoing challenges. If this is the chaos in its nascent state of unawareness, envision the potential tumult as it matures, akin to an adolescent, a robust youth, and a reluctant elder unwilling to relinquish its grip on life.

Here are some shocking predictions about Kaliyug:

  1. In Kali Yuga, wealth alone will signify a man’s good birth, proper behavior, and fine qualities. Law and justice will apply solely based on one’s power.
  2. Men and women will cohabit merely due to superficial attraction, and success in business will rely on deceit. Womanliness and manliness will be assessed according to expertise in sex, and a man will be considered a Brahmana simply by wearing a thread.
  3. As the earth becomes crowded with a corrupt population, whoever among any of the social classes proves to be the strongest will gain political power.
  4. Citizens will suffer greatly from cold, wind, heat, rain, and snow. They will also endure quarrels, hunger, thirst, disease, and severe anxiety.
  5. Men will neglect their elderly parents.
  6. Thieves will dominate cities, the Vedas will be tainted by speculative interpretations of atheists, political leaders will virtually exploit the citizens, and the so-called priests and intellectuals will prioritize their bellies and genitals.
  7. Servants will abandon a master who loses his wealth, even if that master is a saintly person of exemplary character. Masters will forsake an incapacitated servant, even if that servant has been in the family for generations.
  8. In Kali-yuga, men will harbor hatred for each other even over a few coins. They will forsake all friendly relations, willing to risk their lives and kill even their own relatives.
  9. Uncultured men will accept charity on behalf of the Lord and will earn their livelihood by pretending austerity and wearing a mendicant’s dress. Those ignorant of religion will assume authority and presume to speak on religious principles.
  10. The maximum human lifespan in Kali Yuga will diminish to 50 years.
  11. Religion, truthfulness, cleanliness, tolerance, mercy, lifespan, physical strength, and memory will all decline day by day due to the powerful influence of the age of Kali.

Embracing A Yogi’s Dharma for Liberation

Chant the Maha Mantra OM NAMAH SHIVAY

Persistently chant the powerful Maha Mantra OM NAMAH SHIVAY to invoke divine energies and pave the path towards enlightenment and liberation.

Seek Wisdom and Spiritual Growth

Dedicate time to seeking wisdom through introspection, study, and spiritual contemplation, fostering personal growth and deepening your understanding of existence.

Engage in Yoga Asanas and Meditation

Immerse yourself in the practice of yoga asanas and meditation to harmonize the body, mind, and spirit, fostering inner peace, clarity, and spiritual evolution.

Reflect on Self and Spiritual Journey

Take moments for self-reflection to contemplate your spiritual journey, aligning your actions with your higher purpose and aspirations for spiritual fulfillment.

Focus on Yogic Sadhana for Transformation

Devote yourself wholeheartedly to your yogic sadhana, nurturing discipline, perseverance, and dedication towards your spiritual evolution and liberation.

A Yogi’s Dharma is to Strive for Liberation from Darkness

Break the Chains of Maya with Willpower

Harness your inner strength and willpower to break free from the illusions of Maya, transcending the darkness that pervades this age and embracing the light of spiritual awakening.

Overcome Challenges with Faith in Shiv Consciousness

Maintain unwavering faith in the transcendent consciousness of Bhagwan Shiv ji, empowering yourself to overcome the challenges and obstacles on the path to liberation.

Choose Liberation over Endless Suffering

Contemplate the choice between enduring endless suffering in this world or exerting efforts towards attaining liberation. Realize that while the journey may seem arduous, the pursuit of moksh offers the ultimate liberation from the cycle of suffering and rebirth.

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