Last week during a evening discourse, Paramahamsa Nithyananda (fondly known as Swamiji), a living incarnation told all his disciples and devotees to pen down a list of 25 things which they were inspired by him but didn’t take action. Many devotees wrote many things but one common obstacle is laziness which prevented them from experiencing health, expansion and feeling connection with Divine.
One thing I picked up from Swamiji’s enlightened body language is this constant intense action. Literally I’ve seen him working at least 20 hours a day and he is so piped in to all the activities not only in the headquarter in India but also the entire global organization. He has such huge capacity and enthusiasm for everything which raises the human consciousness to divine consciousness. Swamiji once revealed that performance of intense action constantly evolves our system to new possibilities and new realities. He said a man of intense action does not allow patterns to grow – this is the truth based on my own experience as well.
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Do you know that laziness pattern makes you shrink in life? Are you aware that laziness brings diseases like high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, obesity, even cancer to your physical body? To the seekers, do you know that laziness is considered a spiritual disorder?
In March, I started a new yoga module called “Creating Health Consciousness” and I made the students identify some of the mental patterns which stopped them from enjoying good health. One of the patterns which the group identified was “Laziness”. My guru, Paramahamsa Nithyananda spoke about the laziness pattern elaborately in many of his discourses. So I decided to research more on the laziness pattern and enrich humanity with the right understanding from the Yogic perspective in this article.
Firstly, let us define laziness.
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On Wednesday night, one of my clients sent me a sms, asking me a fundamental question – “What is reality?” I was delighted because it showed that she has started to question her own reality. This is one question that everyone must ask one self at some point in life.
Basically, there are 3 types of realities – my world (the subjective internal reality), the world (the physical outer reality) and the Absolute Reality (which can only be experienced in the present moment). Right now, we are only aware of the first 2 realities because the Absolute Reality is only perceivable by the awakened ones.
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