The Supreme Truth tells us that ultimate reality does not represent the exclusive possession of one individual, gathering, or spiritual system. God uncovered this Supreme Truth to certain people, who transmitted them to humankind orally or as works, as per the requirements, disposition, level of awareness and the degree of development of humanity in a specific moment.
The celestial messengers (named saints, sages, prophets, or initiates), paying little heed to the geographic space or religion, have given specific guidelines (core values, or commandments), which enable individuals to feel and show the Universal Harmony, when regarded.
Along these lines, in the West, there are the Ten Commandments, while in the East, there are the Ten Rules of the proper and right arrangement (Yama and Niyama in the Hindu tradition). Such managing guidelines are trademark to any spiritual path.
There are ten such rules, and nor that the prompting of these commandments is virtually identical, communicated distinctly with a language explicit to every civilization and tradition. This character depends on the way that behind these laws, there is something one of a kind and everlasting – God.
In the Hindu custom, we may understand two classifications inside these “Ten Commandments.” The first five commandments make up the Moral Plan (in Hindu Terminology Yama) and the other five – the Ethical Plan (Niyama).
These divine rules support a particular condition of vibration with the high energies in the Macrocosm and make the human being as per the all universal laws.
In any spiritual tradition, there is an essential note in regards to the importance of arriving at a condition of harmony in one’s individual life, before proceeding onward to progressively “advanced” systems. Thus, before proceeding onward, the novice is prescribed to watch the principles. In truth, when observed, these spontaneously may lead to states of ecstasy.
However, these principles are respected by other individuals other than those engaged with a spiritual mission. In a specific way, every individual sees in any event somewhat a portion of these principles. However, the person who is deliberately and forcefully attempting to discover his/her spiritual way should try to change them into inward feelings, into life-rules. Such an attempt requires complete responsibility, yearning, constancy, and courage.
Thus, the first and most significant stage is spoken to by amicability in one’s individual life, since this harmony is the establishment of the spiritual life. Despite the body’s balance and energy, they are paying little mind to the techniques known and connected. The searcher won’t meet any spiritual progress until his/her conduct refines.
The Moral Code (in Hindu – YAMA) suggests five principles of conduct to arrive at a condition of significant balance with different creatures.
These five standards refer to the control of individual negative propensities, regularly met in human beings. These guidelines are referenced in the mystery Eastern treatises as follows: peacefulness, truth, non-robbery, sexual virtue, non-ownership.
The Personal Code (in the Hindu custom – NIYAMA) depends on the possibility that outer guidelines are adequate for a genuinely significant tranformation/change. The character must be rebuilt through an individual code, including other five principles. They allude to the ideal structure of our inward frames of mind, feelings, and sentiments. Subsequently, they are principles of individual order and permit to the individual who watches them arrive at a condition of harmony with one’s very own individual and reason throughout everyday life.
The mystery treatises notice them as pursues: somberness, individual study, contentment, physical and mental purity, complete dedication towards God.
It is imperative to understand that as long as we have not accomplished spiritual self-acknowledgment yet, we won’t most likely watch these guidelines flawlessly. Be that as it may, it is likewise critical to attempt always to watch them day by day.
Making from these rules a good everyday practice, a living “barometer” of our quality and mindfulness in our activities, words, and thoughts improves our viewpoint on ourselves, just as on what man can be – that is a perfect divine being!