Yoga system is built on the Sankhya philosophy

The Yoga system is built on the Sankhya philosophy, as I explained in the book of Darsana Keesaan, and here again, I will discuss the cosmology of the Sankhya philosophy.

According to Sankhya, nature is the material and efficient cause of the universe. In nature, there are three kinds of ingredients, Sattva, Rajas, and Tamas. Tamas material is all that is dark, all that is stupid and heavy. Rajas is activity. Sattva is calm, light. Nature, before being played, is called by them Avyakta, undefined, or unclear; that is, where there is no difference in form or name, the circumstances in which these three ingredients are stored in perfect balance. Then the balance is disturbed, the three materials begin to blend into various modes, and the results of the universe. In every human being, these three materials exist.

When Sattva's material wins, knowledge comes; Rajas compilation, activity; and the compilation of Tamas, darkness, lethargy, laziness, and ignorance.

According to Sankhya's theory, the highest manifestation of nature, consisting of three materials, is what they call Mahat or intelligence, universal intelligence, in which every human intelligence is a part. In Sankhya psychology, there are sharp differences between Manas, the function of the mind, and the function of Buddhi, intelligence.

The function of the mind is to be collected and conveyed to Buddhi, the Mahat individual, who determines it. From Mahat comes egoism, from which again good material arises. Fine materials combine and become dirty materials outside - the external universe.

The Sankhya philosophy claims are from intellect to a lump of stone, all products of one substance, differing only from the finer to the worse. The finer is the cause, and the coarser is the effect.

According to Sankhya philosophy, behind all nature is Purusha, which is not material at all. Purusha is not at all similar to anything, whether Buddhi, or mind, or Tanmatra, or harsh material. This is not similar to either of these, it is entirely separate, completely different in nature, and from here they agree that Purusha must last a long time because it is not a combination. What is not the result of a combination cannot die.

Purusha or unlimited Soul is restricted. differ only as better than coarser ones. The finer is the cause, and the coarser is the effect. For Sankhya's philosophy, behind all nature is Purusha, which is not material at all. Purusha is not at all similar to anything, whether Buddhi, or mind, or Tanmatra or harsh material. This is not similar to either of these, it is entirely separate, completely different in nature, and from here they agree that Purusha must last a long time because it is not a combination. What is not the result of a combination cannot die.

Purusha or Jiva is not limited to only. differ only as better than coarser ones. The finer is the cause, and the coarser is the effect.

Now we will discuss aphorisms that determine quality, are undefined, only discuss, and signess. What is agreed with "defined" is no-dirty, which we can feel? What is meant by "undefined" is a very fine material, Tanmatra, which cannot be accepted by ordinary people?

If a person practices Yoga, said Patanjali, after a while it will be so good that he will really see Tanmatra. For example, someone hears how everyone has a certain light about it; Every living aid emits a certain light, and this, he said, can be seen by Yogis.

We should not see, but we all throw away this Tanmatra, like a flower that continuously sends fine particles that allow us to smell it. Every day in our lives, we throw away a lot of good or evil, and everywhere we go, the atmosphere is full of these ingredients. That is how it comes to the human mind, consciously, thinking of building temples and shrines. Why do humans have to build places of worship to worship God? Why not worship Him anywhere? What if he doesn't know the reason, humans find a place to worship God to be full of good Tanmatra.

Every day people go there, and the more they go to that (purified) place that they get, and it becomes a holy place. If there are few people who have Sattva in themselves going to a holy place, that place will influence it and create the quality of their Sattva. Here comes the holy places and holy places.

The difficulty with humans is that it forgets its original meaning, and puts the cart before the horse. It is the people who make the places Holy, and then their influence becomes the cause and makes people purified.

A person can be so pure that his purity will become evident. Whoever comes in contact with him becomes pure. who have many of these Sattva qualities, can send them and exert extraordinary influence day and night in their environment.

Next "only what is shown" means Buddhi, intellect. "Only what is shown" is the first manifestation of nature; from that, all other manifestations continue. The last is "unmarked".

There seems to be a big difference between modern science and all religions at this point. Every religion has the idea that the universe originated from intelligence. Theory of God, which considers it psychologically important, despite all ideas about personality, is that intelligence is the first in the order of creation, and that from intelligence comes what we call dirty matter.

Intelligence undergoes modification and becomes dirty matter, this once again integrates with intelligence, and thus the process continues.

A scientist puts his finger on the matter, and says matter, then there is intelligence. Both show the same chain. However, Hindu philosophy goes beyond intelligence and matter, and finds Purusha or Self,

We have seen from the same philosophy that from the lowest form to intelligence, everything is natural; outside of nature is Purusha (soul), which has no quality.

Then how does the soul look happy or unhappy?

With reflection. If a red flower is placed near a piece of pure crystal, the crystal appears red, so also the appearance of happiness or unhappiness of the soul is only a reflection. The soul itself has no color.

The soul is separate from nature. Nature is one thing, another soul, eternally separated. The Sankhya says that intelligence is a compound, that it grows and shrinks, that it changes, just as the body changes, and that it is almost the same nature as the body.

Like fingers for the body, the body is also intelligent. Nails are part of the body but can be peeled hundreds of times, and the body will still survive. Likewise, intelligence lasts for centuries, while this body can be "peeled," discarded. But intelligence cannot be eternal because it changes - grows and shrinks. Whatever changes can not last. Of course, intelligence is created, and that fact shows us that there must be something beyond that. It cannot be free, everything related to the matter is natural, and, therefore, bound forever.

The free must be beyond cause and effect. If you say that the idea of ​​freedom is a delusion, I would say that the idea of ​​slavery is also a delusion.

Two facts arise in our consciousness and stand or fall on each other. This is the concept of slavery and freedom. If we want to pass through a wall, and our heads hit that wall, we see we are bounded by that wall. At the same time, we find the will and think we can direct our will everywhere. At each step, these conflicting ideas come to us.

We must believe that we are free, but every time we find we are not free. If one idea is a delusion, the other is also a delusion, and if one is true, the other is also true, because of both stand on the same basis - namely consciousness.

The Yogi said both are true; that we are bound as far as intelligence goes, that we are free as far as the Soul is concerned. This is human nature, the Soul, Purusha, which transcends all the laws of cause and effect.

His freedom seeps through layers of matter in various forms, intelligence, mind, etc. That light illuminated all. Intelligence does not have its own light. Every organ has a certain center in the brain; that does not mean all organs have one center, or each organ is separate.

Why are all perceptions in harmony? Where do they get their union? If there is in the brain, all organs, eyes, nose, ears, etc., need to have only one center, while we know for sure that there are different centers for each of them. Both people can see and hear at the same time, so unity must be behind intelligence.

Intelligence is connected with the brain, but behind intelligence even stands Purusha, the unit, where all different sensations and perceptions combine and become one. The soul itself is the center where all different perceptions meet and become one. The soul is free, and it's freedom that tells us all the time that we are free.

But we often confuse that freedom all the time with intelligence and mind. You try to associate that freedom with intelligence, and soon discover that intelligence is not free; You associate that freedom with the body, and immediately nature tells you that you are wrong again. That is why there is a feeling of mixing between freedom and bond at the same time.

Yogi analyzes what is free and what is bound, and his ignorance disappears. He found that Purusha was free, was the essence of knowledge that came through Buddhi, became intelligent, and was thus bound.

That is why there is a feeling of mixing between freedom and bond at the same time.