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Detachment (Nirmohipanun)




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Hindu Books > Introduction And References > Virtues (Sadhak And Sathi) A Jain Book > Detachment (Nirmohipanun)

Glory Of Detachment > Page2

  1. Countless virtues of the nature of Supreme Reality develop in the life of the great Sadhaka, whose infatuation is thoroughly annihilated. These virtues are contentment, humility, forgiveness, austerity, detachment, celibacy, love of seclusion, and compassion towards all living beings in the world.

  2. In the first stage, one should cultivate virtues like detachment to worldly attractions, simplicity, obedience to the great saints, good thoughts, compassion and gentleness. In further stages of development, one should have control of the mind and various senses, with the inclination towards virtuous acts, evanescence of worldly pursuits, and supremacy of the divine self above every thing else - all these should be accomplished.

  3. One should  conquer infatuation through attainment of self-realization. Such a one, who realizes that pure knowledge is the essence of self-Atman, is the real monk, and he alone has really conquered infatuation.




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Detachment (Nirmohipanun)
Introduction
1. Detachment In The State Of One Striving For Liberation
2. Detachment Coupled With Self Knowledge
3. Detachment Of The Enlightened Seclusive Sadhaka
Glory Of Detachment
Living Examples Of Detachment
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