If we are growing old we dislike more and more any challenge… And for the Hindu Religion is that we change from Raja to Tamas. We change from activity, passion, to laziness, to be deluded…
And this is even true when we are young and desire to live a calm and peaceful life…. Because we don’t like challenges.
For the Hindu Religion is the goal to be in Satva or in a state of harmony, balance, joy, and intelligence.
Without facing our worldly desires we never can reach that state of Satva.
Even we meditate like crazy still our worldly desires bring us to fall, like all the well-known Gurus with their Sex scandals.
Through meditation, we can reach temporary the state of Satva, and afterward, we still have our worldly desires.
After the Hindu teaching there exists nobody on this planet who doesn’t have all 3 Gunas,- Tamas, Raja, and Satva.
We can see every challenge/conflict as a step forward to peace and more balance.
Because we can use the conflicts and challenges to purify ourselves from our worldliness.
If we have contact with God we deepen in our worst times our relationship with God and even find great spirituality much easier than in peaceful times.
So that every challenge will be on purpose.
Sri Aurobindo said: God will drive you out of every oasis to go through the desert to find even a better oasis.
And if you want peace in life, remember when you are in the box… you will have that, but no life anymore.
We can find peace, serenity, and bliss only inside of ourselves and for that God has created the meditation.
We should participate total in a worldly life and find our peace, serenity in our meditation….
My Video: Should we live a quiet life or a life full of challenges? https://youtu.be/qItDv7pBRJw
My Audio on Podcast: RELAX WITH MEDITATION or see link in the end.
My Audio: https://s3-ap-southeast-1.amazonaws.com/rudizimmerer/5/Should+we+live+a+quiet+life+or+a+life+full+of+challenges.mp3