Whats The Reason Of Our Existence? Thoughts By Naman


Who you are according to bhagwad geeta.

Over the time, I am deeply affected by The Bhagwad Geeta. It provides understanding of our personalities, knowledge, action, actor, intellect, consistency, and happiness are some of the several characteristics of how we think internally.

Each of these can be rajasik, passionate, sattvik, pure, or tamasik, inert. This study reveals your advantages and disadvantages. You may eliminate tamas, polish rajas, and enhance your performance with a little work.

Let's understand what does they mean.


You can see the One behind the diverse when you have sattvik understanding. Your attention is on the Spirit, not the mutable elements of existence. You feel at one with the entire world and are not threatened, competitive, or insecure. You create teams, achieve success, and are content.

The most separateness is what you can see when you are fully body-conscious. You emote with the family when you mentally identify. As you progress, you begin to experience a sense of eternal unity. All creatures reflect your own image.

You rejoice in their accomplishments and mourn with them at their loss.


Where there should be oneness, rajasik knowledge produces differences. You see distinctions and boundaries. At the expense of bigger interests, petty politics gains control. It's the exact opposite of Saatvik. You become greedy, selfish, less spiritual, less connected with yourself, negative.


This is means eternal materialism. It is extremism and dogmatism. When you become consciously blind, and badly surrounded by lust, desires and just do things for pleasure, that trait is considered as Tamasik.

Bhagwad Geeta Quotes

When you fulfil your tasks without attachment or seeking the fruit, you function at your best. You take the necessary action.

Rajasik behaviour is motivated by yearning and desire for the outcome. Tamasik behaviour arises from delusion and is unconcerned about loss or harm to others or yourself.

An effective, energetic, and sattvik actor. Without ego or attachment, unaffected by success or defeat. The higher ideal is the point of concentration. The rajasik actor is impacted by success and failure and is self-centered, desirous, greedy, unclean, and destructive to others. A tamasik actor is impolite, obstinate, dishonest, malicious, lethargic, and tardy.

The sattvik intellect is the one that clearly distinguishes between right and wrong, fear and courage, servitude and freedom. You never get lost. The concept of good and wrong is misunderstood by a rajasik intellect. You are led down a path toward materialism, sensuality, and sadness by it. Tamasik intelligence, which interprets right as wrong and vice versa, is absolutely nonexistent.

If you are upset and anxious, there is a problem inside. However, you scream and point the finger at others.

When the objective of spiritual progress is the focus of every breath, thought, emotion, and action, this is referred to as sattvik consistency. 

Rajasik steadfastness results from attachment, which is egotism. Having an attachment causes pain. Tamasik firmness clings to emotions like fear, hopelessness, and conceit.

True happiness is difficult at first but results in lasting joy in the end. False happiness provides immediate pleasure but quickly turns into sadness. Ignorant of this, you decide on rapid gratification, committing to a miserable existence. Sloth, indifference, and sleep are the sources of tamasik bliss.

Sattvik renunciation is the act of fulfilling a mandated duty by letting go attachment to and worry over the fruit. Giving up things when they are difficult and then desiring them back once the agony has subsided is known as false renunciation. Tamasik renunciation is the refusal to perform an obligation due to illusion.

You can improve your personality by making a conscious effort. You continue to progress and are happy as you do so.

Hope you learned something new, for more enlightening articles, stay tuned.

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