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Three modes of material nature

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Three modes of material nature

By Chirag Dangarwala

In Bhagavad-Gita 14th Chapter, Lord Krishna explains the three modes of natures that are controlling the activities of all the living entities in the material world. Lord Krishna says,

sattvaḿ rajas tama iti
guṇāḥ prakṛti-sambhavāḥ
nibadhnanti mahā-bāho
dehe dehinam avyayam [ B.g 14.5]

“Material nature consists of three modes — goodness, passion and ignorance. When the eternal living entity comes in contact with nature, O mighty-armed Arjuna, he becomes conditioned by these modes.”

These three modes control the activities of the pure living entity in this world based on their desires and permitted by their karma. It is very important to understand these three modes of nature and how they act upon a living entity; In the Bhagavad-Gita for our understanding Lord Krishna gives the symptoms by which one can recognize these three modes in a person.

“The manifestations of the mode of goodness can be experienced when all the gates of the body are illuminated by knowledge. [ B.g. 14.11]”
“O chief of the Bhāratas, when there is an increase in the mode of passion the symptoms of great attachment, fruitive activity, intense endeavor, and uncontrollable desire and hankering develop.[ B.g 14.12]”
“When there is an increase in the mode of ignorance, O son of Kuru, darkness, inertia, madness and illusion are manifested.” [B.g.14.13]

Moreover he also explains that mode of goodness is purer than the other two modes of nature viz passion and ignorance, since in mode of goodness one develops knowledge.

tatra sattvaḿ nirmalatvāt
prakāśakam anāmayam
sukha-sańgena badhnāti
jshāna-sańgena cānagha [ B.g 14.6]

“O sinless one, the mode of goodness, being purer than the others, is illuminating, and it frees one from all sinful reactions. Those situated in that mode become conditioned by a sense of happiness and knowledge.”

Srila Prabhupada says in his purport that mode of goodness is better than the others because in this mode one is able to see all the things in their right perspective and hence it gives chance to develop devotional service to Godhead. So if one wants to develop this Love for Godhead and become eternally blissful he has to work in order to maintain this mode of goodness and eventually transcend this. Modes of passion and ignorance are not conducive qualities for developing devotional service and hence they should be completely avoided.

Just like in order to become a Masters of Science one has to at least have a Bachelor’s degree, similarly in order to develop the transcendental love for Godhead one has to be situated in the mode of goodness at least, that is a pre-requisite. It is for this reason as Srila Prabhupada explains that the four regulative principles viz no meat eating, no intoxication, no gambling and no illicit sex have to be followed strictly for whoever is interested in spiritual progress. Since these four activities are considered to be the four pillars of sinful life and prominently are in the mode of passion and ignorance, avoiding them will help in cultivating the mode of goodness.

As explained by Lord Sri Krishna in Bhagavad-Gita, these three modes are constantly competing to gain supremacy

rajas tamaś cābhibhūya
sattvaḿ bhavati bhārata
rajaḥ sattvaḿ tamaś caiva
tamaḥ sattvaḿ rajas tathā [ B.G. 14.10]

“Sometimes the mode of goodness becomes prominent, defeating the modes of passion and ignorance, O son of Bharata. Sometimes the mode of passion defeats goodness and ignorance and at other times ignorance defeats goodness and passion. In this way there is always competition for supremacy.”

In this case one has to very firmly practice the four regulative principles and at the same time Chant the holy names of the Lord Hare Krsna Hare Krsna Krsna Krsna Hare Hare / Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare to cleanse the dirt from the heart or in other words to cleanse the affects of mode of passion and mode of ignorance to remain constantly situated in the mode of goodness. In age of Kali yuga chanting the holy names of the Lord is the recommended process as mentioned in the scriptures.

harer nama harer nama
harer namaiva kevalam
kalau nasty eva nasty eva
nasty eva gatir anyatha [ C.c adi 17.21]

“‘In this Age of Kali there is no other means, no other means, no other means for self-realization than chanting the holy name, chanting the holy name, chanting the holy name of Lord Hari.”

Mode of goodness though conducive to attain devotional service is not the target, since even in the mode of goodness; the living entity is not liberated. So the ultimate aim is to transcend all these three modes of material nature and be situated in transcendence as confirmed by Bhagavad-Gita

guṇān etān atītya trīn
dehī deha-samudbhavān
janma-mṛtyu-jarā-duḥkhair
vimukto ‘mṛtam aśnute [Bg. 14.20]

“When the embodied being is able to transcend these three modes associated with the material body, he can become free from birth, death, old age and their distresses and can enjoy nectar even in this life.”

From all these evidences it is very clear that in order to be happy in this life and to make a permanent solution to all the problems, one has to transcend these three modes of nature viz goodness, passion and ignorance. But as we see around us, we only see these modes to be in prominence in every part of the globe, practically more than 95% of the human society is being conditioned by modes of passion and ignorance. An employee in a company is continuously motivated to develop the mode of passion in order to be promoted or for that matter to keep the job itself, the media is constantly bombarding peoples mind with images of sex, violence, cheating etc, schools and colleges are only imparting technical knowledge which will fetch them good jobs only without teaching the value of life. If we consider our current situation, and compare the teachings of Bhagavad-Gita, we can understand that no wonder people are unhappy. Be it the richest nation of the world America or a poor country like India. There is no science in any university which teaches how to transcend these three modes of material nature and become happy as recommended by Lord Sri Krsna. The mode of goodness which is the first step towards understanding God has become very scarce. Hence it is a very precarious condition that we are in and it needs to be addressed with great concern, but unfortunately there is not many people interested in this and only the devotees of the Lord all over the world are trying to make menial efforts to make this science understandable. The statement of Sukadeva Goswami in Srimad Bhagavatam when he was speaking to Maharaja Parikshit, which was documented about 5000 years ago appear to be coming true.

kaler dosha-nidhe rajann
asti hy eko mahan gunah
kirtanad eva krishnasya
mukta-sangah param vrajet [ S.B. 12.3.51]

“My dear King, although Kali-yuga is an ocean of faults, there is still one good quality about this age: Simply by chanting the Hare Krsna maha-mantra, one can become free from material bondage and be promoted to the transcendental kingdom.”

Chant and be happy

Hare Krsna Hare Krsna Krsna Krsna Hare Hare
Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare

Los Tres Modos de la Naturaleza Material

Por Chirag Dangarwala

En el 14º capítulo de Bhagavad-Gita, el Señor Krishna explica los tres modos de la naturaleza que están controlando las actividades de todas las entidades vivientes en el mundo material. El Señor Krishna dice:

sattvaḿ rajas tama iti
guṇāḥ prakṛti-sambhavāḥ
nibadhnanti mahā-bāho
dehe dehinam avyayam

La naturaleza material consta de tres modalidades: bondad, pasión e ignorancia. Cuando la eterna entidad viviente se pone en contacto con la naturaleza, ¡oh, Arjuna, el de los poderosos brazos!, queda condicionada por esas modalidades.

Estos tres modos controlan las actividades de la entidad viva pura en este mundo basado en sus deseos y permitido por sus karmas. Es muy importante entender estos tres modos de naturaleza y cómo actúan sobre una entidad viva; En el Bhagavad-Gita para nuestro señor de comprensión Krishna da los síntomas por cuál puede reconocer estos tres modos en una persona.

Las manifestaciones de la modalidad de la bondad se pueden experimentar cuando todas las puertas del cuerpo están iluminadas por el conocimiento. [B.g. 14.11]”

¡Oh, líder de los Bhāratas!, cuando hay un aumento de la modalidad de la pasión, se manifiestan los signos de gran apego, actividad fruitiva, intenso esfuerzo, y un anhelo y deseo incontrolables. [B.g 14.12]”

Cuando hay un aumento de la modalidad de la ignorancia, ¡oh, hijo de Kuru!, se manifiestan la oscuridad, la inercia, la locura y la ilusión. [B.g.14.13]

Por otra parte él también explica que el modo de calidad es más puro que los otros dos modos de pasión y de ignorancia de la naturaleza viz, puesto que en el modo de calidad una desarrolla conocimiento.

tatra sattvaḿ nirmalatvāt
prakāśakam anāmayam
sukha-sańgena badhnāti
jñāna-sańgena cānagha
[B.g 14.6]

¡Oh, tú, el inmaculado!, la modalidad de la bondad, siendo más pura que las otras, es iluminadora, y lo libera a uno de todas las reacciones pecaminosas. Aquellos que se encuentran influidos por esa modalidad, quedan condicionados por una sensación de felicidad y conocimiento.

Srila Prabhupada dice en su SIGNIFICADO que el modo de calidad es mejor que los otros porque en este modo uno puede ver todas las cosas en su perspectiva correcta y por lo tanto da la oportunidad de desarrollar servicio piadoso al Supremo. Es así que si uno quiere desarrollar este amor por Dios y llegar a ser eternamente dichoso él tiene que trabajar para mantener este modo de cualidad y superar eventualmente esto. Los modos de la pasión y de ja ignorancia no son cualidades conducentes para desarrollar servicio piadoso y por lo tanto deben ser evitados totalmente.

Apenas como para llegar a ser los maestros de la ciencia uno tiene que por lo menos tener una licenciatura, para desarrollar semejantemente el amor trascendental por Dios uno tiene que estar situado en el modo de cualidad de la bondad por lo menos, que es un requisito previo. Está son las razones mientras que Srila Prabhupada explica que los cuatro principios regulativos viz no comer carne, no beber alcohol u otras materias intoxicantes, no sexo ilícito tienen que ser seguidos completamente por el que esté interesados en el progreso espiritual. Puesto que estas cuatro actividades se consideran que son los cuatro pilares de la vida pecadora y son prominente en el modo de la pasión y de la ignorancia, evitarlas ayudarán en la cultivación del modo de calidad.

Según lo explicado por el Señor Sri Krishna en El Bhagavad-Gita, estos tres modos están compitiendo constantemente para ganar supremacía

rajas tamaś cābhibhūya
sattvaḿ bhavati bhārata
rajaḥ sattvaḿ tamaś caiva
tamaḥ sattvaḿ rajas tathā
[B.G. 14.10]

A veces, la modalidad de la bondad se vuelve resaltante, venciendo a las modalidades de la pasión y la ignorancia, ¡oh, hijo de Bharata! A veces, la modalidad de la pasión vence a la bondad y la ignorancia, y, en otras ocasiones, la ignorancia vence a la bondad y la pasión. De ese modo, siempre hay una competencia por la supremacía.

En este caso uno tiene que practicar muy firmemente los cuatro principios regulativos y al mismo tiempo cantar los Santos Nombres de Krsna, Hare Krsna Hare Krsna Krsna Krsna Hare Hare / Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare para limpiar la suciedad del corazón o para limpiar los efectos del modo de la pasión y del modo de la ignorancia para seguir situado constantemente en el modo de la bondad. En la edad de Kali yuga cantar los Santos Nombres del señor es el proceso recomendado según lo mencionado en las escrituras.

harer nāma harer nāma
harer nāmaiva kevalam
kalau nāsty eva nāsty eva
nāsty eva gatir anyathā
[C.c adi 17.21]

«En esta era de Kālī no hay ningún otro medio, ningún otro medio, ningún otro medio para alcanzar la perfección espiritual, que cantar el santo nombre, cantar el santo nombre, cantar el santo nombre de Śrī Hari.»

El modo de la cualidad de la bondad, aunque es conducente para lograr el servicio piadoso no es el objetivo, porque incluso dentro del modo de la cualidad de la bondad; la entidad viviente no se libera. El objetivo último debe ser superar los tres modos de naturaleza material y situadarse en la trascendencia según lo confirmado por El Bhagavad-Gita

guṇān etān atītya trīn
dehī deha-samudbhavān
janma-mṛtyu-jarā-duḥkhair
vimukto 'mṛtam aśnute
[BG. 14.20]

Cuando el ser encarnado es capaz de trascender estas tres modalidades asociadas con el cuerpo material, puede liberarse del nacimiento, la muerte, la vejez y sus aflicciones, y puede disfrutar de néctar incluso en esta vida.

De todas estas evidencias está muy claro que para ser feliz en esta vida y solucionar permanente a todos los problemas, uno tiene que superar estos tres modos de bondad, pasión e ignorancia de la naturaleza material. Pero como vemos a nuestro alrededor, vemos solamente estos modos para estar en prominencia en cada parte del globo, prácticamente más del 95% de la sociedad humana está siendo condicionado por modos de la pasión y por la ignorancia. Motivan a un empleado en una compañía continuamente para desarrollar el modo de la pasión para para ser promovido o para que esa materia preserve el trabajo en sí, los medios están bombardeando constantemente a la gente con imágenes del sexo, de violencia, de engaño, escuelas y las universidades están impartiendo solamente el conocimiento técnico que les traerá buenos trabajos solamente sin la enseñanza del valor de la vida. Si consideramos nuestra situación actual, y comparamos las enseñanzas del Bhagavad-Gita, podemos entender que las gentes son infelices. Sea la nación más rica del mundo América o un país tan pobre como la India. No hay ciencia en ninguna universidad que enseñe a cómo superar estos tres modos de la naturaleza material y llegar a ser feliz según lo recomendado por el Señor Sri Krsna. El modo de la bondad que es el primer paso hacia la comprensión de Dios ha llegado a ser muy escaso. Por lo tanto es una condición muy precaria y los que estamos dentro debemos tratarla con gran cuidado y preocupación, pero desafortunadamente no hay mucha gente interesada en esto y solamente los devotos del Señor por todo el mundo están intentando hacer esfuerzos inferiores para hacer esta ciencia comprensible.

La declaración de Sukadeva Goswami en El Srimad Bhagavatam cuando él hablaba a Maharaja Parikshit, que fue documentado hace aproximadamente 5000 años parece ser la verdad.

kaler doṣa-nidhe rājann
asti hy eko mahān guṇaḥ
kīrtanād eva kṛṣṇasya
mukta-sańgaḥ paraḿ vrajet
[S.B. 12.3.51]

Mi estimado rey, aunque Kali-yuga sea un océano de desdichas, todavía hay una buena cualidad en esta edad: Simplemente cantando el mahā-mantra de Hare Kṛṣṇa, uno puede llegar a quedar libre de la esclavitud material y ser promovido al reino trascendental.

Canten Hare Krishna y Sean Felices

Hare Krsna Hare Krsna Krsna Krsna Hare Hare Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare

By Chirag Dangarwala

Just like in order to become a Masters of Science one has to at least have a Bachelor's degree, similarly in order to develop the transcendental love for Godhead one has to be situated in the mode of goodness at least, that is a pre-requisite



BTG Malayalam Release & Program at Kalady

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Back To Godhead in God’s Own Country!

Reported by Gopal Gaura Guru dasa

Thiruvananthapuram, July 31: “Bhagavad Darshanam”, the Malayalam version of Back to Godhead (BTG) magazine, was released to the public today in a glittering function held in Thiruvananthapuram, capital of the southern Indian state of Kerala. Sri Soorya Krishnamurthy, artist and cine personality performed the release of the magazine. The first copy of Bhagavad Darshanam was received by Sri Rajagopal, Principal, Police Training College, from HH Bhakti Vinoda Swami, Zonal Secretary, ISKCON Kerala.

HG Jagat Sakshi dasa brahmachari, President of ISKCON Thiruvananthapuram delivered the welcome address. Sketching a short profile of the Bhaktivedanta Book Trust (BBT), which publishes books in 80+ languages including Arabic and Russian, he noted that all this had its roots in the first BTG started by the sincere efforts of His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada.

Delivering the Presidential speech on the occasion, H H Bhakti Vinoda Swami Maharaj, who also oversees BBT operations in Kerala, emotionally described how the BTG magazine founded by Srila Prabhupada in 1944 is finally, crossing numerous hurdles, coming up in Malayalam language after 66 years. Maharaja expressed great confidence that Srila Prabhupada’s books can offer, like no other, the perfect satiation for the intellectual thirst of Kerala’s educated populace. Kerala’s tourism department calls the state ‘God’s Own Country’. Therefore, among the multitude of magazines doing the rounds in Kerala, Maharaja said that BTG will stand out: it will help the people of God’s Own Country go Back to Godhead. Bhagavad Darshanam is not a mundane magazine reporting mundane news, it is meant to help people understand, relate to and enter into the reality of spiritual world. Calling on the eagerness of Keralites to welcome anything new and different, Bhakti Vinoda Swami requested all Keralites to wholeheartedly welcome this unique magazine.

Chief Guest Sri Soorya Krishnamoorthy described that the ISKCON movement is the modern day example of the Vedic mantra ‘lokah samastah sukhino bhavantu’. He quoted from his own experiences while visiting ISKCON’s Juhu centre: he could sense that the devotees’ prayers were never for just their own or their institution’s benefit, it was for the benefit of the whole world. Taking a cue from Bhakti Vinoda Swami’s remark on Keralites’ eagerness to welcome something new, Sri Soorya Krishnamoorthy assured everyone that God’s own country will most eagerly welcome the Hare Krishna Movement and its magazine, Back to Godhead.

Kerala: a small state tucked away in the southwest corner of India is famous as ‘the 100% literate state’. Also the birthplace of Sripada Sankaracarya, the people here have a never-say-die appetite for reading and philosophizing; you can express friendship to another by sharing any printed matter! Needless to say, the state is a deluge of print and media activity. BBT Kerala is most hopeful that the avid readers of this intellectual state will experience a new wave of spiritual resurgence when the most coherent philosophy presented by Srila Prabhupada reaches their homes in the form of Bhagavad Darshanam.

Dandavats’ Keralite readers may kindly contact HG Govardhana Giri dasa at bhagavad.darshanam@gmail.com or at his mobile
(+91) 96058 22635. Annual subscription INR 180/- only, three year subscription INR 540/- (postage charges extra).
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Hammering the illusion of modern education July 28, 2010: Kalady is the birth place of Sripada Shankaracharya who blazed an intellectual and spiritual trail from this humble hamlet and toured the holy land of Bharata desa with the clarion call for bursting the illusory bubble of material existence. The place got its name after young Shankara drew the holy Periyar river closer with his heel to cater to the need of his mother. This is also the place where the sannyasi Shankaracharya set his dead mother’s body to flames using raw banana trunks after facing criticism and opposition from locals. Located right on the banks of Periyar river, Sripada Shankaracharya’s birth site also houses a very beautiful Krishna temple personally installed by him. The trustees of the birth site run several educational institutions widely known for their academic success. HH Bhakti Vinoda Swami was invited as the Chief Guest to address more than 1000 parents, faculty, trustees and students who had assembled at Adi Sankara Institute of Engineering & Technology to start their engineering career in this sacred land. Kalady is located close to the famous city of Kochi (Cochin) where Srila Prabhupada, during his epic voyage to the USA, set his lotus feet to receive his Bhagavatam volumes onboard on to the Jaladuta. After a warm reception and welcome and after the report of the Principal and trustees, HH Bhakti Vinoda Swami expressed his happiness in being called to this historic location of Sripada Shankaracharya who wrote and spoke strongly against materialism. His Bhaja Govindam song, titled ‘Moha Mudgara’ (the hammer that breaks illusion), is the substance of all spiritual education. Differentiating matter from spirit and denouncing the falsity of material life, the acharya scientifically proclaims the superiority of spirit and the self. Modern education lacks this essential ingredient and is rendered useless and is therefore producing weak individuals. Srila Prabhupada often asked this question when he visited reputed colleges and universities all over the world: “Where is your department for study of the self - spirit soul? ”

Bhakti Vinoda Swami urged the institute and the students along with parents to imbibe the real teachings of Shankara as expressed in his Bhaja Govindam song and cultivate spiritual knowhow in parallel to their material education. Maharaja quoted Srila Prabhupada extensively with many anecdotes and requested that the institute situated in the heart of Shankara’s bastion stand out unique by imparting this knowledge from the books of His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. At the end of the session the trustees enquired about the books of Srila Prabhupada for their library and requested Maharaja to visit again and consider conducting sessions for the students from Srimad Bhagavad Gita.

By Gopal Gaura Guru dasa

Kalady is the birth place of Sripada Shankaracharya who blazed an intellectual and spiritual trail from this humble hamlet and toured the holy land of Bharata desa with the clarion call for bursting the illusory bubble of material existence.


Yoga Teacher Training: October 8-17, 2010 — Goloka Dham, Germany

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Taruni Tan: Since 2001, Atma Yoga has been developing a training program that is the only one of its kind in the world. What makes Atma Yoga so unique is that it integrates yogic philosophy and yoga practices that work together in this modern age. Highly spiritual but far from new-age, Atma Yoga draws upon the ancient sciences of yoga to give students the necessary tools for becoming modern yogis. Our program prepares teachers to pass these tools along to their students with authenticity. As more and more people delve into their spiritual paths, practice meditation and sign up for yoga classes, it seems that there are more people who are disappointed with the results. Most yoga classes will be beneficial for the body and mind but do little for the soul that is craving the ultimate experience. It is for these mature souls that ATMA YOGA was created.

Atma yoga provides a set of principles and practices for a holistic total yoga lifestyle for the modern yogi and urban mystic. Atma yoga addresses the need to harmonise mystic and Bhakti yoga which have become separated in the modern age. Atma yoga raises the understanding of yoga above the valuable but incomplete conception of Hatha Yoga alone.

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Taruni Tan: Since 2001, Atma Yoga has been developing a training program that is the only one of its kind in the world. What makes Atma Yoga so unique is that it integrates yogic philosophy and yoga practices that work together in this modern age


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