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How easy it is in today's world to reach out by fax or phone or E-mail to the most remote city on earth, yet how difficult it is to contact the peace and joy within one's very own heart. In The Art of Positive Feeling Swami Jyotirmayananda provides a bouquet of colorful stories, joyous humor, and profound insights that will guide the hearts of spiritual seekers of all backgrounds and faiths to the unfoldment of the most sublime feeling. Never before has the war against the ego and its degrading antics been so delightfully taught! Never before has the goal of life - a heart overflowing with ever increasing Divine bliss - been so brilliantly expounded!

 

Preface

In human personality, thought and feeling are interrelated like flower and fragrance. If a person lacks profound feeling, his thoughts become weak and ineffective. On the other hand, if his thought is negative and ego-centric, the feelings of his heart become like a polluted stream-tinged with anger, hate, pride and various impurities.

Having written his much acclaimed book, The Art of Positive Thinkiing, Sri Swami Jyotirmayananda felt the need of writing a supplementary book, The Art of Positive Feeling. These two books present a complete picture of the mystical art of controlling and culturing the mind for attaining Self-realization.

In this wonderful book, Swami Jyotirmayananda provides a bouquet of colorful stories.joyous humor, and profound in- sights that will guide you to the unfoldment of sublime feeling within your heart.

The first portion of the book will help you observe the antics of the unenlightened ego as it allows anger, greed, desire, pride, delusion.jealousy, and all the members of their "family circle" to cramp your feeling, pollute your heart, and create a web of negative karmas. Through the warm light of Swamiji' s wisdom, you will be able to conquer these "enemies of the soul" with the weapons of compassion. cheerfulness, sincere introspection and undaunted self-effort,

In the second portion of the book, Swamiji gives insight into the process of converting normal feeling (bhavana) into spiri- tual feeling (bhava). When spiritual feeling blossoms. Divine Love rises like the full moon and a devotee. having shed the veils of illusion. becomes one with God. There is nothing so sublime as a heart permeated by Divine awareness--a heart that is like a golden cup overflowing with ever-increasing Divine Love and Bliss. Undoubtedly. this book will prove to be a fountain-source of inspiration and strength for all who read it.

With The Art of Positive Feeling as your trusted companion. may you be led to the highest communion with God and enjoy a dynamic awareness of the Divine Presence at all times!

 

Introduction

Every human being has within himself a fount of inexhaustible strength and joy, because he is essen- tially the Divine Self. Butdue to wrong ways of thinking and feeling, man acquires various weaknesses-which do not allow him to develop his inner potentiality. These weaknesses or impurities in the mind obscure the majesty of the Self as clouds in the sky obscure the brilliance of the sun.

The soul has six dangerous enemies, referred to as shad-ripus. These impurities, which are also referred to as vikaras, are kama (desire for sense-pleasures in general, passion in particular), krodha (anger). lobha (greed), moha (delusion, infatuation). mada (pride). and matsarya (jealousy). Matsarya is also referred to as irshya. and asuya. With a slight variation they all mean jealousy in different forms.

These six interrelated impurities or vices. which actu- ally include all negative qualities that plague human personality, are considered the ripus-enemies from one's very childhood, indeed enemies from many incarnations. As long as these enemies are not con- quered, one cannot enjoy real prosperity or peace in life nor attain enlightenment. Thus, it must become the challenge-• as well as the delight-of every aspir- ant to find those debilitating weaknesses and endeavor to remove them in order to awaken within himself the glorious vistas of spiritual unfoldment.

 

An Ancient View

In theVedic1iterature, there is an intriguing verse which sheds some ancient light on these enemies of the soul:

"O Indra, may you crush by your thunderbolt the demon that moves in the form of an owl, an owl's young one, a dog, a chakravaka or ruddy goose, an eagle, and a vulture."

(Atharva Veda 8/4/22and Rigveda 7/6/104)
What is the demon in the form of an owl? Moha or delusion. An owl cannot see during the daywhen other animals can see. Thus the owl is a symbol for a person that is blinded by delusion. A person overcome by moha can see only within the range of his egoistic feeling, but beyond that he is blind.

What is the demon in the form of an owl's young one? Jealousy or matsarya. Jealousy thrives in the ab- sence of the light of rationality, reason. If you were to understand another person's life with penetrating vision, you would realize that there is nothing in that life to be jealous about. Everyone's life in this world of relativity has severe shortcomings. Thus, being jealous of someone for any apparent form of prosperity is usually totally irrational. That irrational envy, born of delusion, is the offspring of the owl of moha.

What is the demon that comes in the form of a dog? This demon is krodha or anger. When dogs fight they are totally unable to control themselves. You may teach your dog all types of lessons in training school, but when another dog challenges him for food, for example, he loses his temper completely.

The demon that comes in the form of the chakravakra or ruddy goose is kama or desire. This animal is well-known for its amorous courtship. The demon that soars in the form of an eagle is mada or egoistic pride. Finally, the demon in the form of a vulture is lobna or greed. Seized by greed, one does not have any discrimination. He is driven to possess and devour everything, just as a vulture eats all types of rubbish without any reservations.

Indra, in this context, is God, the Almighty. An aspirant seeks the blessings of God for the destruction of all these enemies of the soul.

An aspirant must reflect deeply-• but with a gen- erous sense of humor-upon this Vedic satire of hu- man weaknesses. Due to his own shortcomings, does he really want to be as uncontrolled as an angry dog, as absurd as an amorous goose, and as greedy and undis- criminating as a vulture? Unfortunately, wrong ways of thinking and feeling often make human beings less virtuous-rather than more elevated-than their ani- mal counterparts. However, with persistent introspec- tion and sincere self-effort, every person can become the embodiment of Divine bliss and perfection that he is intended to be.

 

CONTENTS

 

PART I-TRIUMPHING OVER THE ENEMIES OF THE SOUL

 

PART II -INSIGHT INTO DIVINE FEELING

 

INTRODUCTION 12
DESIRE (KAMA) 15
Breaking the Fetters of Desire 17
The Fisherwomen and the Flowers 18
Silence the Hissing Snake of Desire 19
Attachment Leads to Pleasure and Pain 20
Happiness Cannot Be Secured Extemally 21
The Rich Man and the Thief 23
The Trammels of Ninety-Nine 25
Don't Be Trapped by Your Desires 27
Passionate Desire 29
What is Brahmacharya? 29
The Human Need for Communion and  
Creative Fulfillment 31
Philosophical Look at Sexual Differences 34
Fidelity and the Purpose of Marriage 36
True Love Sees the Beauty of the Spirit 38
When Sex Becomes a Sin 40
ANGER (KRODHA) 41
A Slave of My Slaves 42
What Causes Krodha? 42
Righteous Indignation? 44
When Anger Gets Out of Hand 45
Just One Drop of Honey 45
The Poor Nose 46
Controlling the Three-fold Expressions  
of Anger 47
Anger is Like a Boomerang 48
As You Sow, So You Reap 49
It Could Have Been Worse! 50
Why Waste Precious Energy? 51
Patients Require Patience 52
Love Even Your Enemies 52
Flowers for Thoms 53
Breaking the Cycles of Violence 55
Soap and Water for the Mind 59
Welcoming Durvasa 60
Everyone is a Part of Yourself 68
GREED(LOBHA) 70
The Sooty Buddha 71
Craving Never Ages 72
Interrelation of Desire, Anger, Greed and  
Delusion 73
The Merchant Who Was Blinded by Greed 76
Folly of Comparing Yourself to Others 85
Asteya and aparigraha-Nonstealing  
and Noncovetousness 88
PRIDE (MADA) 98
The Ego of King Akabar 99
The Pride of Kakabhushundi 100
The Rise and Fall of the Ego 104
Insight into Humility 112
The Foot of Sage Brighu 112
Blessed Are the Meek 116
The Song of Saint Chaltanya 119
How Graciously the Tree Bow Down 120
The Pride of the Gods Humbled 121
The Pride of the Pandavas Humbled 128
Becoming Free of Ego 135
DELUSION (MOHA) 137
Ishwara Shrishti Vs. Jiva Shrishti 138
Moha, Maya and the Three Gunas 138
Don't Let Yourself Be Tied Up by Moha 142
Crossing the River of Moha 144
Step Out of the Waters of Delusion 146
The Story of Punya and Pavana 150
Hear the Splashing Waters of Etemity 152
Overcoming Moha 154
JEALOUSY (MATSARYA) 156
Jealosy and its Ramifications 157
The Jealousy of Queen Kaikeyi 158
insights into Removing Jealcusy 164
Envy is Based on Illusion 165
The Cosmic Perspective 167
The Role of Karma 168
Serve the Divine Self in Others 169
EXPLORING THE ROOTS OF IMPURITY 171
Sediments of the Unconscious 171
The Kieshas or Mental Afflictions 175
How Can the Kieshas by Eradicated? 179
The Monkey Face 180
Destroying the Seeds of Afflictions 188
SECRETS OF PURIFYING THE MIND 189
Be Patient and You Will Succeed 189
Promote Sattwa and Soften the Lines  
of Impurity 191
Accentuate the Positive to Eliminate  
the Negative 191
Come Closer to God 199
Detach and Attach 199
Transform Your Personality Through  
Integral Yoga 203
Demons Are Gods-in-the-Making 209
The Story of Kaliya Daman 210
WHAT IS BHAVANA 218
Impure and Pure Bhavana 222
From Bhavana to Bhav 226
From the Shallow to the Sublime 227
THE FIVE DEVOTIONAL ATTITUDES 229
Shanta Bhav 230
Dasya Bhav 230
Sakya Bhav 232
Vatsalya Bhav 236
Madhurya Bhav 239
Maha Bhav 245

 

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From the Back of the Book:

How easy it is in today's world to reach out by fax or phone or E-mail to the most remote city on earth, yet how difficult it is to contact the peace and joy within one's very own heart. In The Art of Positive Feeling Swami Jyotirmayananda provides a bouquet of colorful stories, joyous humor, and profound insights that will guide the hearts of spiritual seekers of all backgrounds and faiths to the unfoldment of the most sublime feeling. Never before has the war against the ego and its degrading antics been so delightfully taught! Never before has the goal of life - a heart overflowing with ever increasing Divine bliss - been so brilliantly expounded!

 

Preface

In human personality, thought and feeling are interrelated like flower and fragrance. If a person lacks profound feeling, his thoughts become weak and ineffective. On the other hand, if his thought is negative and ego-centric, the feelings of his heart become like a polluted stream-tinged with anger, hate, pride and various impurities.

Having written his much acclaimed book, The Art of Positive Thinkiing, Sri Swami Jyotirmayananda felt the need of writing a supplementary book, The Art of Positive Feeling. These two books present a complete picture of the mystical art of controlling and culturing the mind for attaining Self-realization.

In this wonderful book, Swami Jyotirmayananda provides a bouquet of colorful stories.joyous humor, and profound in- sights that will guide you to the unfoldment of sublime feeling within your heart.

The first portion of the book will help you observe the antics of the unenlightened ego as it allows anger, greed, desire, pride, delusion.jealousy, and all the members of their "family circle" to cramp your feeling, pollute your heart, and create a web of negative karmas. Through the warm light of Swamiji' s wisdom, you will be able to conquer these "enemies of the soul" with the weapons of compassion. cheerfulness, sincere introspection and undaunted self-effort,

In the second portion of the book, Swamiji gives insight into the process of converting normal feeling (bhavana) into spiri- tual feeling (bhava). When spiritual feeling blossoms. Divine Love rises like the full moon and a devotee. having shed the veils of illusion. becomes one with God. There is nothing so sublime as a heart permeated by Divine awareness--a heart that is like a golden cup overflowing with ever-increasing Divine Love and Bliss. Undoubtedly. this book will prove to be a fountain-source of inspiration and strength for all who read it.

With The Art of Positive Feeling as your trusted companion. may you be led to the highest communion with God and enjoy a dynamic awareness of the Divine Presence at all times!

 

Introduction

Every human being has within himself a fount of inexhaustible strength and joy, because he is essen- tially the Divine Self. Butdue to wrong ways of thinking and feeling, man acquires various weaknesses-which do not allow him to develop his inner potentiality. These weaknesses or impurities in the mind obscure the majesty of the Self as clouds in the sky obscure the brilliance of the sun.

The soul has six dangerous enemies, referred to as shad-ripus. These impurities, which are also referred to as vikaras, are kama (desire for sense-pleasures in general, passion in particular), krodha (anger). lobha (greed), moha (delusion, infatuation). mada (pride). and matsarya (jealousy). Matsarya is also referred to as irshya. and asuya. With a slight variation they all mean jealousy in different forms.

These six interrelated impurities or vices. which actu- ally include all negative qualities that plague human personality, are considered the ripus-enemies from one's very childhood, indeed enemies from many incarnations. As long as these enemies are not con- quered, one cannot enjoy real prosperity or peace in life nor attain enlightenment. Thus, it must become the challenge-• as well as the delight-of every aspir- ant to find those debilitating weaknesses and endeavor to remove them in order to awaken within himself the glorious vistas of spiritual unfoldment.

 

An Ancient View

In theVedic1iterature, there is an intriguing verse which sheds some ancient light on these enemies of the soul:

"O Indra, may you crush by your thunderbolt the demon that moves in the form of an owl, an owl's young one, a dog, a chakravaka or ruddy goose, an eagle, and a vulture."

(Atharva Veda 8/4/22and Rigveda 7/6/104)
What is the demon in the form of an owl? Moha or delusion. An owl cannot see during the daywhen other animals can see. Thus the owl is a symbol for a person that is blinded by delusion. A person overcome by moha can see only within the range of his egoistic feeling, but beyond that he is blind.

What is the demon in the form of an owl's young one? Jealousy or matsarya. Jealousy thrives in the ab- sence of the light of rationality, reason. If you were to understand another person's life with penetrating vision, you would realize that there is nothing in that life to be jealous about. Everyone's life in this world of relativity has severe shortcomings. Thus, being jealous of someone for any apparent form of prosperity is usually totally irrational. That irrational envy, born of delusion, is the offspring of the owl of moha.

What is the demon that comes in the form of a dog? This demon is krodha or anger. When dogs fight they are totally unable to control themselves. You may teach your dog all types of lessons in training school, but when another dog challenges him for food, for example, he loses his temper completely.

The demon that comes in the form of the chakravakra or ruddy goose is kama or desire. This animal is well-known for its amorous courtship. The demon that soars in the form of an eagle is mada or egoistic pride. Finally, the demon in the form of a vulture is lobna or greed. Seized by greed, one does not have any discrimination. He is driven to possess and devour everything, just as a vulture eats all types of rubbish without any reservations.

Indra, in this context, is God, the Almighty. An aspirant seeks the blessings of God for the destruction of all these enemies of the soul.

An aspirant must reflect deeply-• but with a gen- erous sense of humor-upon this Vedic satire of hu- man weaknesses. Due to his own shortcomings, does he really want to be as uncontrolled as an angry dog, as absurd as an amorous goose, and as greedy and undis- criminating as a vulture? Unfortunately, wrong ways of thinking and feeling often make human beings less virtuous-rather than more elevated-than their ani- mal counterparts. However, with persistent introspec- tion and sincere self-effort, every person can become the embodiment of Divine bliss and perfection that he is intended to be.

 

CONTENTS

 

PART I-TRIUMPHING OVER THE ENEMIES OF THE SOUL

 

PART II -INSIGHT INTO DIVINE FEELING

 

INTRODUCTION 12
DESIRE (KAMA) 15
Breaking the Fetters of Desire 17
The Fisherwomen and the Flowers 18
Silence the Hissing Snake of Desire 19
Attachment Leads to Pleasure and Pain 20
Happiness Cannot Be Secured Extemally 21
The Rich Man and the Thief 23
The Trammels of Ninety-Nine 25
Don't Be Trapped by Your Desires 27
Passionate Desire 29
What is Brahmacharya? 29
The Human Need for Communion and  
Creative Fulfillment 31
Philosophical Look at Sexual Differences 34
Fidelity and the Purpose of Marriage 36
True Love Sees the Beauty of the Spirit 38
When Sex Becomes a Sin 40
ANGER (KRODHA) 41
A Slave of My Slaves 42
What Causes Krodha? 42
Righteous Indignation? 44
When Anger Gets Out of Hand 45
Just One Drop of Honey 45
The Poor Nose 46
Controlling the Three-fold Expressions  
of Anger 47
Anger is Like a Boomerang 48
As You Sow, So You Reap 49
It Could Have Been Worse! 50
Why Waste Precious Energy? 51
Patients Require Patience 52
Love Even Your Enemies 52
Flowers for Thoms 53
Breaking the Cycles of Violence 55
Soap and Water for the Mind 59
Welcoming Durvasa 60
Everyone is a Part of Yourself 68
GREED(LOBHA) 70
The Sooty Buddha 71
Craving Never Ages 72
Interrelation of Desire, Anger, Greed and  
Delusion 73
The Merchant Who Was Blinded by Greed 76
Folly of Comparing Yourself to Others 85
Asteya and aparigraha-Nonstealing  
and Noncovetousness 88
PRIDE (MADA) 98
The Ego of King Akabar 99
The Pride of Kakabhushundi 100
The Rise and Fall of the Ego 104
Insight into Humility 112
The Foot of Sage Brighu 112
Blessed Are the Meek 116
The Song of Saint Chaltanya 119
How Graciously the Tree Bow Down 120
The Pride of the Gods Humbled 121
The Pride of the Pandavas Humbled 128
Becoming Free of Ego 135
DELUSION (MOHA) 137
Ishwara Shrishti Vs. Jiva Shrishti 138
Moha, Maya and the Three Gunas 138
Don't Let Yourself Be Tied Up by Moha 142
Crossing the River of Moha 144
Step Out of the Waters of Delusion 146
The Story of Punya and Pavana 150
Hear the Splashing Waters of Etemity 152
Overcoming Moha 154
JEALOUSY (MATSARYA) 156
Jealosy and its Ramifications 157
The Jealousy of Queen Kaikeyi 158
insights into Removing Jealcusy 164
Envy is Based on Illusion 165
The Cosmic Perspective 167
The Role of Karma 168
Serve the Divine Self in Others 169
EXPLORING THE ROOTS OF IMPURITY 171
Sediments of the Unconscious 171
The Kieshas or Mental Afflictions 175
How Can the Kieshas by Eradicated? 179
The Monkey Face 180
Destroying the Seeds of Afflictions 188
SECRETS OF PURIFYING THE MIND 189
Be Patient and You Will Succeed 189
Promote Sattwa and Soften the Lines  
of Impurity 191
Accentuate the Positive to Eliminate  
the Negative 191
Come Closer to God 199
Detach and Attach 199
Transform Your Personality Through  
Integral Yoga 203
Demons Are Gods-in-the-Making 209
The Story of Kaliya Daman 210
WHAT IS BHAVANA 218
Impure and Pure Bhavana 222
From Bhavana to Bhav 226
From the Shallow to the Sublime 227
THE FIVE DEVOTIONAL ATTITUDES 229
Shanta Bhav 230
Dasya Bhav 230
Sakya Bhav 232
Vatsalya Bhav 236
Madhurya Bhav 239
Maha Bhav 245

 

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