in this mode develop knowledge and become conditioned by the sense of happiness.
The mode of rajogun is born of unlimited desires and longings.
Because of this, one is bound to material, fruitive action (sakam karma).
The tamoguna relates to the inertia. The results of this
mode are madness, indolence and sleep.
The mode of satvaguna conditions one to happiness, rajoguna
to fruits of action, and tamoguna to madness.
All the gunas are important. A guna is neutral meaning that
in itself neither they are bad or good.
For example a stone is lying on the surface. It is not
moving; it is in a state of Tamoguna. You pick up the stone and throw it.
A movement is created by the energy imparted to the stone
by you. This is the property of rajoguna.
While the stone is traveling in the influence of the
imparted energy, tamoguna is working to bring it down to the state of inaction. Rajoguna