Blisslife presentation for public

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Human beings require two kinds of education, viz., 1. for survival and 2. for leading a liberated blissful life. This slideshow reveals the fundamentals of the second.

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Blisslife presentation for public

  1. 1. BLISSLIFE Let Everybody be Happy! and Let Everybody be Peaceful!
  2. 2. Today let us try to understand the analytics ofBliss life
  3. 3. How many of you always wants to be happy? Please raise your hand
  4. 4. Is there anyone who does not want to be happy? Please raise your hand
  5. 5. So it is understood that everyone of you always wants to be happy (Exclude those who does not want to be happy if there are any)
  6. 6. Though all of you always want to be happy is there anybody who never had unhappiness? Those who wants to say yes – Please raise your hand (exclude them)
  7. 7. Now it is understood that all of you had undergone unhappiness though you did not like it
  8. 8. How many of you gave a thought about why? and how? You were undergoing unhappiness though you did not like it Please raise your hand to say yes
  9. 9. We have two categories of people, namely, 1.those who never gave a thought and 2. those who gave thought about it and discovered causes related only to the other persons, objects and unwanted goals
  10. 10. Is there anybody who gave a thought about one’s own self as responsible for one’s own unhappiness? Please raise your hand
  11. 11. What made you not think about your own responsibility for your own unhappiness?
  12. 12. Let us now understand the analytics of our own self
  13. 13. Our self consists of 1. Five sense objects (gross) 2. Physical body with five physical lobes (golakas) for five sense organs and Five physical lobes (golakas) for five organs of action (gross) 3. Five sense organs (subtle) 4. Five organs of action (subtle) 5. Internal organ consists of a. mind, b. intellect, c. memory and d. ego ( subtle) 6. Individual memory of likes and dislikes and process of desire (subtle) 7. Action leading to happiness or unhappiness 8. Ignorance of the underlying reality or the seer 9. Great universal memory 10.The seer in our body or the reality – the substratum
  14. 14. Our unhappiness is realized when things does not happen in our favor and/or up to our expectation
  15. 15. Our happiness is realized when things do happen in our favor and/or up to our expectation
  16. 16. We never wanted unhappiness and we always try to avoid the same While we always pursue for happiness
  17. 17. The pursuit of happiness and chasing out unhappiness land us in a conflicting behavior For example: in order to attain happiness we do the hardest work for long time. That is, we always take pain to attain happiness though we innately never like pain and always chase the pain away. This is how our life falls under conflicting behavior. We do something hard and painful in order to achieve happiness
  18. 18. Why is this so? Do we need to undergo this conflicting behavior in life and suffer? Or Do we have any choice to alter it?
  19. 19. We do have a choice to get rid of suffering and let us understand the same
  20. 20. What is suffering that we never like?
  21. 21. Is unhappiness alone suffering? Those who think yes please raise your hand
  22. 22. Is happiness too suffering? Those who think no please raise your hand
  23. 23. In our general practice of achieving happiness we understand that we undergo conflicting behavior. That is in order to achieve happiness we undergo pain and unhappiness. Thus in our conflicting behavioral practice we take pain for happiness and therefore, pain underlies the happiness. Thus achieving happiness is also suffering
  24. 24. Then why do we always want to be happy and never be unhappy? Why don’t we accept unhappiness in our life?
  25. 25. When we accept pain and unhappiness in the process of achieving happiness (our goal) then we consider pain as no pain and unhappiness as no unhappiness. It is only when we don not accept the pain and unhappiness that comes without expectation we deny it. Thus we do not pursue such unhappiness. We ought to undergo both happiness and unhappiness as long as we act with conflicting behavior.
  26. 26. Thus we need to understand that happiness and unhappiness and pursuing the both as suffering (duhkha)
  27. 27. Now let us understand the mechanics of suffering
  28. 28. The Science of Suffering
  29. 29. Suffering is experienced out of our own actions
  30. 30. We have three instruments of actions: They are 1. Mind 2. Physical body 3. Speech We always act through either one of the three instruments. Some times our actions through them produce suffering
  31. 31. Suffering Analytics
  32. 32. Suffering can be either given or received That is we can give suffering to others and at the same time we can also receive the same from others
  33. 33. Giving suffering happens through three instruments 1.Mind 2.Physical body 3.Speech
  34. 34. Receiving suffering happens through three instruments 1.Mind 2.Physical body 3.Speech
  35. 35. Factors behind suffering 1.Lust 2.Anger 3.Greed 4.Passion 5.Arrogance 6.Jealousy
  36. 36. Supporting factors behind suffering 1. Self imaging or self evaluation 2. Imaging about others or evaluation of others 3. Comparison 4. Pretension 5. Imagination 6. Expectation With the exemption of professional and spiritual actions
  37. 37. All twelve factors of suffering hail from 1.Likes 2.Dislikes
  38. 38. Liking is a memory of the knowledge of the object recognized as liking Disliking is a memory of the knowledge of the object recognized as disliking 1. Any knowledge of the object is recognized, either as liking or disliking, due to partial knowledge of the object 2. Likes and dislikes are temporary and changeable 3. Complete knowledge about the object that is, Liking side and disliking side of the same will not give rise either liking or disliking of the object and ultimately does not lead to desire and suffering
  39. 39. Suffering arising from likes Lust Anger Greed Passion Arrogance Jealousy Self imaging or self evaluation Imaging about others or evaluation of others Comparison Pretension Imagination Expectation With the above individually and with their combinations
  40. 40. Suffering arising from likes through three instruments in the giving process Lust Anger Greed Passion Arrogance Jealousy Self imaging or self evaluation Imaging about others or evaluation of others Comparison Pretension Imagination Expectation With the above individually and with their combinations 1. Giving suffering from likes through the physical body 2. Giving suffering from likes through the mind 3. Giving suffering from likes through the speech
  41. 41. Suffering arising from likes through three instruments in the receiving process Lust Anger Greed Passion Arrogance Jealousy Self imaging or self evaluation Imaging about others or evaluation of others Comparison Pretension Imagination Expectation With the above individually and with their combinations 1. Receiving suffering from likes through the physical body 2. Receiving suffering from likes through the mind 3. Receiving suffering from likes through the speech
  42. 42. Suffering arising from dislikes Lust Anger Greed Passion Arrogance Jealousy Self imaging or self evaluation Imaging about others or evaluation of others Comparison Pretension Imagination Expectation With the above individually and with their combinations
  43. 43. Suffering arising from dislikes through three instruments in the giving process Lust Anger Greed Passion Arrogance Jealousy Self imaging or self evaluation Imaging about others or evaluation of others Comparison Pretension Imagination Expectation With the above individually and with their combinations 1. Giving suffering from likes through the physical body 2. Giving suffering from likes through the mind 3. Giving suffering from likes through the speech
  44. 44. Suffering arising from dislikes through three instruments in the receiving process Lust Anger Greed Passion Arrogance Jealousy Self imaging or self evaluation Imaging about others or evaluation of others Comparison Pretension Imagination Expectation With the above individually and with their combinations 1. Receiving suffering from likes through the physical body 2. Receiving suffering from likes through the mind 3. Receiving suffering from likes through the speech
  45. 45. What to do after understanding the analytics and mechanics of suffering?
  46. 46. Do you prefer to suffer or try to get rid of suffering?
  47. 47. If you want to get rid of suffering then Study and practice that what is published in www.blisslife.org
  48. 48. The practice mentioned in the website, that is, www.blisslife.org definitely reduces your suffering
  49. 49. Let everybody be happy! and let everybody be peaceful!

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