3/11/23 Would you know a Fart if you smelled it?
|IF THERE IS A JUDGE YOU ARE IT
To avoid the tension that might result from trying to improve a situation by imposing standards on it, relax into a state of non-comparison and non-urgency. Live in reality as it presents itself instead of hoping for some incredible miracle that will occur out there somewhere, back there, or up there in the future as soon as you get it together.
The above conception is purely arbitrary and may be altered to suit individual taste.
Yoga Sutra 2.7
Sukha nusaya ragah
Please is followed by attachment
( and attachment is followed by the pain of separation. Whatever comes to you will leave you. Everything changes.
Anicca- is a Pali word that means “unstable,” “impermanent” and “inconstant.” It refers to the Buddhist concept of impermanence that all existence is temporary. Anicca is one of the three fundamental and essential doctrines in Buddhism. The other two are anatta (no permanent soul or self exists) and dukka (suffering).
Do you see a theme emerging in the explaining of each sutra and the reasons we are in a state of constant unhappiness about the material world? Its our thoughts about it. Relax into non-urgency and non comparison. When we just acknowledge each and everything as impermanent we reduce our unhappiness.