Monday, July 27, 2015

[gita-talk] सबके किस सुखसे सुखी होनेकी बात कही गयी है?


समझना है
प्रार्थना 'सर्वे भवन्तु सुखिन: … … ' में सबके किस सुखसे सुखी होनेकी बात कही गयी है?
कहा है : कर्मयोग, ज्ञानयोग, भक्तियोग आदि सबमें सुखभोग बाधक है। साधक जहाँ सुख लेता है, वहीं अटक जाता है -- यह सार बात है। 
जब सुखभोग इतना घातक अटकाव उपस्थित कर देता है तो सबके सुखी होनेकी प्रार्थना करनेका प्रयोजन ही क्या?
कृपया समझायें। 


प्राप्त उत्तरोंमेंसे समझना है :
संतुष्टि (contentment) का सुख भोगना भी साधकके लिये बाधक बताया गया है। 
शब्द happy का अर्थ सुखी (हिंदीमें) जिस लेखमें बताया गया हो, कृपया उससे परिचित करायें। 
साधक always be happy से अधिक always be equanimous को जानता (और मानता) है। 
ऐसा कहीं सुना नहीं - being happy is yog (प्रसन्न रहना ही योग है)। 
परमात्मासे योग चाहा गया है या प्रसन्नतासे योग चाहा गया है? उसके लिये प्रसन्नता नहीं, समता चाही गयी है।  
शब्दोंके हेरफेरमें पड़कर असली बातसे भटक रहे हैं। 


Sukh bhog is baadhak. Not Sukh. 
Bhog implies desire to have sukh.   desire is baadhak.
Sukh =samaadhaan= santosh = contended. 
Sukh in itself is not baadhak.
Shrinarayan Chandak

Hari Om

This very Q suggests poor translation of Sanskrita verse. " सर्वे भवन्तु सुख़न: ....." By no stretch of imagination it indicates SUKHBHOG ( consumption of pleasure ) - it is a prayer wishing the world at large to be happy. Where is the Q of a striver making SUKHBHOG ? 

While the above is complete answer to the queer it's, let me even take a step further.

In any case , what is correct is becoming happy by seeing others happy , and becoming sad by seeing others sad - that is not SUKHBHOG or Dukhabhog rather that is the correct meaning of SEVA . When you become happy by seeing others happy - your desire for own happiness goes away ; when you become sad by seeing others sad - your desire for personal consumption and accumulation goes away. 

Jai Shree Krishna 

Vyas N B 

It's simply wishing sin less life for all living beings. 

Sadhak Ji
Sarvabhoota hite rataha and sarvatrasmabuddhayaha are people Krishna likes.  At the moment of sukha, I am feeling good. Whether this feeling good is encroaching upon other's peaceful, humane, and fulfilling basic needs is the litmus test. Asangraha is another testing line. 


My Dear Sadak Ji,

You have put a very good question! Probably, in Source प्रार्थना 'सर्वे भवन्तु सुखिन: … … one is wishing CONTENTMENT IN EVERYBODY'S LIFE. To my mind,Santushti (CONTENTMENT) is the best possible situation under which a person would remain Happy or in state ofParam Sukh
 Jai Shri Krishna (Narayana)

(Kuldeep Kumar Kaul)


On July 3rd, there was message thread with subject "Our duty is to remain happy" on sadhak mailing list. 

What does "happy" mean in that article? It is our duty to remain happy and saints pray that every one becomes successful in their duty and becomes happy.

G A Mittal



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