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  • 《手放す(無執着)について》 

○tyaga(ティヤーガ)とvairagya(ヴァイラーギャ)の違いについて。
tyaga もvairagyaもどちらも直訳すると“手放す”や“無執着”になる。

○【Tyaga】は、Gitaで多く使われ、Sutraでは使われない。また、【Vairagya】は、Gita、Sutraで使われる。
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abhyāsa vairāgyābhyām tannirōdhaḥ ॥
それら(5種類の心の活動)の止滅は、継続的実践と欲望の放棄によって実現される。(PYS1-12)

◉Tyagaとは?
⚫︎手放す(無執着)の中でも“犠牲にする”という意味合いが強い。
⚫︎何を手放す(“犠牲にする”)のか?
経験したことを手放すこと。
*****************************************************
例) 昔、甘いものを沢山食べていたが、ある時に体の調子が悪くなり、病院に行った。そこで、お医者さんから「このまま甘いものを食べ続けると死にます!」と言われ、そこから甘いものを食べることをやめた。
[健康の為に甘いものを食べるという行為を“犠牲にする”]
→手放す行為に至るまでに、“甘いものを食べていた”という経験が含まれる。
➡︎経験を通して“犠牲にする”ことが出来た。
*****************************************************
⚫︎Tyagaは、手放した後に、手放したものについて、まだ思い入れがある状態。
*****************************************************
例)誰かに騙されて、その人の事が嫌いになり、別れを告げた。その一年後にその人に会った時に、まだ一年前のことを覚えていてイライラする。
→手放した人に対して、まだ感情がある。
➡︎手放すことは出来たが、過去の経験に対して思いが残っているということ。
➡︎※マインドが悪い経験を覚えている状態で私たちは、悟りには行けない。
*****************************************************

◉Vairagyaとは?
⚫︎手放す(無執着)の中でも“放棄する”という意味合いが強い。
⚫︎何を手放す(“放棄する”)のか?
経験したことはないが、知識として知っていることを手放すこと。
*****************************************************
例) 私たちは、タバコを吸う事が体に悪影響を与えることを知ってからタバコを吸わない。
[健康の為にタバコを吸うという行為を“放棄する”]
→手放す行為に至るまでに、“タバコを吸った”という経験が含まれない。
➡︎経験することなく、知識を通して“放棄する”ことが出来た。
*****************************************************
⚫︎Vairagyaは、手放した後に、手放したものについて、全く考えない状態。(思いも手放せている状態。)
*****************************************************
例)別れを告げた人に、一年後に会った時に、全くイライラしない。
→手放した人に対して、感情が動くことがない。
➡︎自分が過去に経験したことと、自分を結びつけることがないということ。
➡︎※過去の経験を完全に手放せていて、マインドが過去に囚われない場合は、悟りに到達出来る。
*****************************************************

○TyagaからVairagyaになる場合がある。
①経験を元に手放す 【Tyaga】
手放したが思いが残っている状態。
⬇︎
少しづつ思いも手放す。
⬇︎
②経験を元に手放した過去に対して、思い入れも完全に手放すことができた。【Vairagya 】

○Tyagaの状態で、平和に到達することはない。
人生を平和に生きる為には、Vairagya が必要。

○Vairagya が確立された状態とは?
状況から自分が影響を受けることはないこと。(他者から悪いコメントをもらったとしても、それにより精神的に傷つくことはない。)
※自分が他者から傷つけられたりするのであれば、まだ自分はVairagya の段階ではないことを意味する。

◎段階を踏み、練習することが必要です。
まずはTyagaから実践し、Tyaga が出来るようになったらVairagya を目指しましょう!
#yoga #philosophy #flowartsyoga #ॐ#namaste
  • 《手放す(無執着)について》 
    
    ○tyaga(ティヤーガ)とvairagya(ヴァイラーギャ)の違いについて。
    tyaga もvairagyaもどちらも直訳すると“手放す”や“無執着”になる。
    
    ○【Tyaga】は、Gitaで多く使われ、Sutraでは使われない。また、【Vairagya】は、Gita、Sutraで使われる。
    ----------------------------------------------------
    abhyāsa vairāgyābhyām tannirōdhaḥ ॥
    それら(5種類の心の活動)の止滅は、継続的実践と欲望の放棄によって実現される。(PYS1-12)
    
    ◉Tyagaとは?
    ⚫︎手放す(無執着)の中でも“犠牲にする”という意味合いが強い。
    ⚫︎何を手放す(“犠牲にする”)のか?
    経験したことを手放すこと。
    *****************************************************
    例) 昔、甘いものを沢山食べていたが、ある時に体の調子が悪くなり、病院に行った。そこで、お医者さんから「このまま甘いものを食べ続けると死にます!」と言われ、そこから甘いものを食べることをやめた。
    [健康の為に甘いものを食べるという行為を“犠牲にする”]
    →手放す行為に至るまでに、“甘いものを食べていた”という経験が含まれる。
    ➡︎経験を通して“犠牲にする”ことが出来た。
    *****************************************************
    ⚫︎Tyagaは、手放した後に、手放したものについて、まだ思い入れがある状態。
    *****************************************************
    例)誰かに騙されて、その人の事が嫌いになり、別れを告げた。その一年後にその人に会った時に、まだ一年前のことを覚えていてイライラする。
    →手放した人に対して、まだ感情がある。
    ➡︎手放すことは出来たが、過去の経験に対して思いが残っているということ。
    ➡︎※マインドが悪い経験を覚えている状態で私たちは、悟りには行けない。
    *****************************************************
    
    ◉Vairagyaとは?
    ⚫︎手放す(無執着)の中でも“放棄する”という意味合いが強い。
    ⚫︎何を手放す(“放棄する”)のか?
    経験したことはないが、知識として知っていることを手放すこと。
    *****************************************************
    例) 私たちは、タバコを吸う事が体に悪影響を与えることを知ってからタバコを吸わない。
    [健康の為にタバコを吸うという行為を“放棄する”]
    →手放す行為に至るまでに、“タバコを吸った”という経験が含まれない。
    ➡︎経験することなく、知識を通して“放棄する”ことが出来た。
    *****************************************************
    ⚫︎Vairagyaは、手放した後に、手放したものについて、全く考えない状態。(思いも手放せている状態。)
    *****************************************************
    例)別れを告げた人に、一年後に会った時に、全くイライラしない。
    →手放した人に対して、感情が動くことがない。
    ➡︎自分が過去に経験したことと、自分を結びつけることがないということ。
    ➡︎※過去の経験を完全に手放せていて、マインドが過去に囚われない場合は、悟りに到達出来る。
    *****************************************************
    
    ○TyagaからVairagyaになる場合がある。
    ①経験を元に手放す 【Tyaga】
    手放したが思いが残っている状態。
    ⬇︎
    少しづつ思いも手放す。
    ⬇︎
    ②経験を元に手放した過去に対して、思い入れも完全に手放すことができた。【Vairagya 】
    
    ○Tyagaの状態で、平和に到達することはない。
    人生を平和に生きる為には、Vairagya が必要。
    
    ○Vairagya が確立された状態とは?
    状況から自分が影響を受けることはないこと。(他者から悪いコメントをもらったとしても、それにより精神的に傷つくことはない。)
    ※自分が他者から傷つけられたりするのであれば、まだ自分はVairagya の段階ではないことを意味する。
    
    ◎段階を踏み、練習することが必要です。
    まずはTyagaから実践し、Tyaga が出来るようになったらVairagya を目指しましょう!
    #yoga #philosophy #flowartsyoga #ॐ #namaste
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In antiquity we had a lot of primitive personality/cognitive systems floating around. One Indo-European school involved giants. It wasn’t a native Greek belief in origins, the name of the tribe started with a V and had four or five syllables to them (I can’t recall them, been trying for years, first syllable is like Vir or Ver, and I remember a U in the name).... they had one system of Cognition Types/ God’s, and the Greeks had a pantheon. The Greeks decided they won, and defeated the two giants stacking three mountains together, which sounds similar to two hemispheres of the brain working together in a hierarchy of three intermediate levels. They settled around Boeotia and established the Cult of the Muses, and it isn’t known if they started with  3 or 9 types. They followed in time the larger western approach of the Mesopotamian MES (rather the temple culture that evolved after attributing technological and abstract ideas to each city god and hero- that process took thousands of years to morph, was different in the beginning) of assigning a skill set to a muse, but those skill sets are also different parts of the mind. 
In Alexandria prior to the Roman invasion, the cult of Hermes Trismegistus was developing, obviously took heavily from this cult of the muses, and this in turn poured into Kabbalah, and that in turn developed into modern psychology and neurological studies. A heck of a lot more occurred, and it wasn’t just that path as the only way it formed, a lot of other systems exist... but that’s the big famous path that most.....
  • In my last post I mentioned why a irrational concept can make a person quite rational and functional, actually above normal, and just barely scratched the surface as to the why pointing out the actual mode society adopts from tends to be INTJ (see the MBTI personality type) fascination and compulsion or organize peculiarities into systematic reasoning of a world, it gives meaning to chaos, and we revel in it. A lot of the neurochemicals of the mind gets worked out, and it can be quite exhilarating. The rest of society adopts this to a lesser extent, piecemeal to the processing capacity of their individual personality types.
    In antiquity we had a lot of primitive personality/cognitive systems floating around. One Indo-European school involved giants. It wasn’t a native Greek belief in origins, the name of the tribe started with a V and had four or five syllables to them (I can’t recall them, been trying for years, first syllable is like Vir or Ver, and I remember a U in the name).... they had one system of Cognition Types/ God’s, and the Greeks had a pantheon. The Greeks decided they won, and defeated the two giants stacking three mountains together, which sounds similar to two hemispheres of the brain working together in a hierarchy of three intermediate levels. They settled around Boeotia and established the Cult of the Muses, and it isn’t known if they started with 3 or 9 types. They followed in time the larger western approach of the Mesopotamian MES (rather the temple culture that evolved after attributing technological and abstract ideas to each city god and hero- that process took thousands of years to morph, was different in the beginning) of assigning a skill set to a muse, but those skill sets are also different parts of the mind.
    In Alexandria prior to the Roman invasion, the cult of Hermes Trismegistus was developing, obviously took heavily from this cult of the muses, and this in turn poured into Kabbalah, and that in turn developed into modern psychology and neurological studies. A heck of a lot more occurred, and it wasn’t just that path as the only way it formed, a lot of other systems exist... but that’s the big famous path that most.....
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  • Let us take a journey through the wormhole.
    Wormholes are bridges that connect disparate points in spacetime that theoretically can be utilized to travel into the past. In one theory, this involves traveling through a traversable wormhole that exits into a region of space with a higher gravitational field than was present at the wormholes entrance (ex. near a black hole). Time dilation as a direct consequence of increased gravity would lead to slower aging at the exit of the wormhole. Put another way, the exit of the wormhole would be “younger” than the entrance when observed from the outside (remember that the time dilation would not be detected by the traveler). For an outside observer, the traveler would exit the younger end of the wormhole at a time when it is the same age as the “older” entrance, effectively going back in time. Although the mathematics of general relativity can be applied to suggest that such time travel may be possible, a more philosophical approach reveals paradoxes that may discredit the entire idea.
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