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21 Feb, 2013
Yes, I do get a bit distracted at times. And that seems to increase so much of burden and frustrations in life. Each distraction causes tonnes of dead weight on head. But then this realization comes again. And this time it has come more powerfully than it ever came before -
My goal is not to win the world outside on parameters decided by Avidya inspired cartels. (Avidya means to consider temporary as permanent, non-living as living, impure as pure, false as truth and vice versa)
My goal is to be a Yogi – and master the world within – inspired by the most Intelligent one = Param Pita Parameshwar.
I leave everything else to Him.
My goal is simply to improve upon my own sanskaars and move away from Avidya to Vidya.
This means -
Ignore everything that leads to weakening of Sanskars.
Proactively seek everything that leads to strengthening of Vidya.
My ultimate goal is to ensure that after this life – I take no more births. I get Mukti to live closest with Him.
That means I have to act fast, time is short. I wasted a lot of time. No more.
Also it means that I need to be extra-sensitive about Health. I cannot silently kill myself through recklessness in matters of health every moment.
It further means that I have to perform special efforts and practices to master mind control.
I immediately need to reach the stature of Swami Dayanand in matters of mind-control, Brahmacharya, goal orientation.