(Last Updated on : 30/04/2014)
The ahimsapralisthayam tatsannidhau vairatyagqh sutra describes about the positive atmosphere that a sadhaka emotes when non-violence in every aspect has been achieved. His antagonistic attitude is renounced, and he is always triumphant in his deeds or thoughts. Every person coming in contact with him is also rendered pious.
non-violence, harmlessness, non-injury
standing firmly, firmly established
forsaking, abandoning, deserting
When non-violence in speech, thought and action is established, one's aggressive nature is relinquished and others abandon hostility in one's presence.
When the yogi has soundly realised the nature of violence, he is established firmly in the practice of non-violence. Peace in words, thoughts and deeds, whether awake or dreaming, is a sign of benevolence and love towards all.
In the vicinity of a yogi, men and animals who are otherwise brutal and hostile towards each other, dispose off their hostility and demonstrate friendliness and mutual tolerance.