Good and Bad

Jun 30, 2017

We have been taught to do good and stay away from bad from our childhood. We have been told to speak truth, not steal and be non-violent.

In our life, we bend the rules of the good when it is to our own advantage without thinking of the consequences. We pat ourselves on our back when we achieve something in spite of the fact that we choose the wrong means.

Good and bad are two sides of a coin.. We take credit for the good things in our life and blame others for the bad. If we are the doer of the good things, then why do we allow ourselves to be in bad situations? This begs some reflection.

It is said that life is our own echo. What does it mean? Echo is always related to the sound or vibrations. This means that happenings are based on our own past echoes and thus our life is our own echo.

This means that if results of past are a good force, then everything will happen according to our wishes, and if the results of past are a bad force, then everything will go wrong and against our wishes. 

To understand this scientific phenomenon let us look at nature. Holistic Scientist says that nature is nothing but a display of what is projected by human being and stored in a super computer. Nature is nothing but Scientific Circumstantial Evidence. Its function is to accumulate various circumstantial evidences in a scientific way. It only gives results based on data that is fed. Who feeds the data? It is us – our decisions and projections in the form of vibrational energy. Who gets them in return? We get them. How do we get them? We get them scientifically. When do we get them? We get them when all scientific circumstances and evidences come together. Nature does not do anything out of will; nature does not have free will. There is a simple rule of Nature, positivity gives positive result and negativity gives negative result.  

“If you want to live a happy life, tie it to a goal, not to people or objects”, said Albert Einstein. In daily living there is Outer Living part - interaction with someone or self, pleasant or unpleasant and there is Inner Living– Inner decisions and projections. For example, a decision has to be made as to how to interact (harsh response or pleasant response or no response) and then project either good or bad opinion in mind. This is the echo of the future.

According to Holistic Scientist there are two aspects of life; positive and negative. If we have a negative attitude, nature cannot help us. We should erase negative in our life dictionary.

Holistic Scientist has given Nine divine codes of conduct that are to be desirable that can be included in daily prayers that will ultimately lead to the  good and hence resulting in good in our lives.

UNIVERSAL PROJECTIONS FOR RICH INNER LIVING- The Good
Universal projections as given hereunder work as hearty decisions with ardent prayers leading to inner transformation and rich inner living.

Principal resolution:
 ‘Let my mind, speech, body not hurt any living being in the world even to slightest extent and  let my mind, speech, body be used to oblige others’. (‘Yog, Upayogo paropakaray’).

  • (Resolve and pray five times in the morning as you get up from b
‘Nine Divine  Codes of Conduct’.
This is the Essence of all Holy Scriptures as practiced and revealed by the self–realized, experienced Holistic Scientist A. M. Patel popularly known as “Dada Bhagwan”. Dada Bhagwan is what is manifested inside and it is in all living creatures in the un-manifested state.

1. 
O Supreme Self/O Lord! May you bless me with such an infinite inner strength as would restrain me from hurting, causing someone to hurt or supporting someone hurting even slightly, the ego of any living being.
  •  May you bless me with such an inner strength in the philosophy   of relative pluralism (syadvad) in thinking, speech and conduct as would restrain me from hurting even slightly, the ego of any living being.
2.  O Supreme Self/O Lord! May you bless me with such an infinite inner strength so as not to hurt, neither cause someone to hurt or support someone hurting even to the slightest extent, the foundation or view-point of any religion or faith?
  •             May you bless me with such an infinite inner strength in the philosophy of relative pluralism (syadvad) in speech, conduct and thinking as would restrain me from hurting any of religious view-points or beliefs? 
3.  O Supreme Self/O Lord! May you bless me with such an infinite inner strength as would restrain me from uttering untrue adverse things, from offending or showing disregard (disrespect) to any preacher, monk, nun or a religious head.
 
4.  O Supreme Self/O Lord! May you bless me with such an infinite inner strength as would not make me dislike or hate any living being to the slightest extent, neither cause anyone nor support anyone doing so. 

5.  
O Supreme Self/O Lord! May you bless me with such an infinite inner strength as would restrain me from speaking, causing someone to speak or supporting someone speaking harsh, hurtful language or language of rivalry to anyone.
  • Give me inner strength to speak soft, sober, soothing language even if someone speaks harsh, hurtful, egoistic or biting language.
6.  O Supreme Self/O Lord! May you bless me with such an infinite inner strength as would restrain me having faults, desires, gestures or thoughts of perverted sensuality or passion towards any gender-male, female or neuter.
  • Give me the supreme strength so as to be free of sensual or passionate attitudes or perversions forever.
7.  O Supreme Self/O Lord! May you bless me with such an infinite inner strength to control my excessive temptation towards any relish or taste of food.
  • Give me the strength to take food having balance of all tastes.
8.  O Supreme Self/O Lord! May you bless me with such an infinite inner strength as would restrain me from uttering untrue adverse things, from offending or showing disregard towards any being-living or dead, in one’s presence or absence. 

9. O Supreme Self/O Lord! May you bless me with such an infinite inner strength for being instrumental in welfare of the world that is common good of mankind as a whole. 

- Rajnikant B, Patel, MSME, PMP, Author.