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Commentaries on Verse 2, Samadhi Pada of Patanjali Yoga Sutras describe sources for thoughts and Mind stuff in detail and best one would be Vyasa Commentary. Pandit Usharbudh Arya translated it into English but i can't post it here as it is in copyright. Swami Vivekananda also explained Patanjali Yoga Sutras in detail. Chitta (mind stuff) shows effect on ...


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Here, I just tried to explain positive energy and How to boost up it with a different method and one example. It is all about human being not Just for Hinduism. Positive Energy: It is just not sawing anyone. It is just like to realize it. Every those activity which is good for you, good for society, build your self-confidence and create a positive power in ...


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To first of all I would like to say that your question has the big mistake from the Vedic sight because the concepts of mind and intellect have a big difference. The Intelligence is not a dimension of mind! BG (Bhagavad Gita) 3.42 gives the hierarchy of different subtle and gross elements within a particular body: Spirit with soul → Intelligence → Mind → ...


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Bhartṛhari's Nītiśataka has a similar verse: karmāyattaṃ phalaṃ puṃsāṃ buddhiḥ karmānusāriṇī | tathāpi sudhiyā bhāvyaṃ suvicāryaiva kurvatā || 1.89 || Although the result of his actions is in accordance with his Karma or previous destiny, and the circuit of his intelligence is also defined by same, a wise man should still undertake to do a ...


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A Partial answer. The question is sometimes your mind makes the choices without your consciousness that drives you towards your destiny. Is it true? Was it mentioned anywhere in hindu scriptures ? As far as I know, it was not mentioned in any scripture. In my opinion, it is partly true. Sri Krishna says in BG, as follows; न हि कश्िचत्क्षणमपि जा...


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Source: MIND--ITS MYSTERIES AND CONTROL By SRI SWAMI SIVANANDA Quoting from the above source: Manas, Buddhi, Chitta and Ahankara are only Vritti-bhedas or functional aspects of the mind. The Manas has all things for its objects and extends through the past, present and future; it is one only, but has various functions. You are a Judge when you exercise ...


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No. Buddhi, mann ( manas), chitta, ahamkara are four functional aspects ( dimensions) of Antahkarana (The internal instrument) as per Vendantins. This is a functional division of antahkarana, and by such division, a person is able to better understand the workings of antahkarana and have better control over it. Vedantins often use the example of sleep to ...


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After listening to speech given by Sadhguru, it is that he is talking about the four functional aspects ( dimensions) of mind ( Mind in Western sense, but Antahkarana as per Vendanta) which is Manas, Buddhi, Chitta and Ahamkara. These are functional aspects, but core feature of mind is the continuously emanating thoughts. By such a classification, a person ...


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