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Against the wall dont bang your head, look for the door in the wall instead...

ZEN
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- Ar visados tuėčiau sakyti tiesą?Kartais tai atneša daugiau žalos, nei gėrio.
- Tada tai nėra tiesa.
- Ar tokiu atveju turėčiau meluoti?
- Sakyk tiesą.

"ZEN MOKYTOJAS VARNAS" Robert Aitken

- должен ли я всегда говорить правду? Иногда это приносит больше вреда, нежели добра.
- тогда это не есть правда.
- в током случае мне надо врать?
- говори правду.

"ЗЕН УЧИТЕЛЬ ВОРОН" Роберт Айткен
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The Yoga of Action
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 "...perfection is attained not by ceasing to engage in action but by doing all actions as a divine offering, imbued with a spirit of non-attachment and sacrifice."
"...each one should do his duty according to his nature, and that doing duty that is suited to one’s nature in the right spirit of detachment will lead to perfection."
"...it is desire that impels man to lose his discrimination and understanding, and thus commit wrong actions. Desire is the root cause of all evil actions. If desire is removed, then the divine power manifests in its full glory and one enjoys peace, bliss, light and freedom."

Bhagavad Gita
By Sri Swami Sivananda
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The Yoga of Renunciation of Action
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"Perfection can be attained only after the mind has been purified through the performance of selfless action. The Karma Yogi who is aware of the Atman and who is constantly engaged in action knows that although the intellect, mind and senses are active, he does not do anything. He is a spectator of everything. He dedicates all his actions to the Lord and thus abandons attachment, ever remaining pure and unaffected. He surrenders himself completely to the Divine Shakti. Having completely rooted out all desires, attachments and the ego, he is not born again.
One who has achieved perfect control of the outgoing senses and is freed from desire, anger and fear attains liberation and enjoys perfect peace."

Bhagavad Gita
By Sri Swami Sivananda

Bhagavad Gita
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The man of stable mind will have perfect control of the senses. The senses are powerful and draw the mind outwards. One should therefore turn one’s gaze within and realise God who resides in the heart. The Yogi, having achieved a stable mind, remains steadfast even though all sense-objects come to him. He is unmoved and lives a life of eternal peace.

Sankhya Yoga
Bhagavad Gita
By Sri Swami Sivananda

Bhagavad Gita By Sri Swami Sivananda
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II skyrius Sankhya Yoga

COMMENTARY: Birth is inevitable to what is dead and death is inevitable to what is born. This is the law of Nature. Therefore, one should not grieve. 

KOMENTARAS: Gimimas neišvengiamai laukia to, kas yra miręs. Mirtis neišvengiamai laukia to, kuris yra gimęs.  Todėl nereikėtų dėl to sielvartauti.

Bhavad Gita 2
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