Non-Violence: Ahimsa (In Gujarati)
Understanding how to live a life of non violence is not as simple as it seems. Seekers leading a spiritual life may wonder what ahimsa (non violence) is, and they may be inspired to practice it. In the book “Non-Violence,” Gnani Purush Dada Bhagwan offers key understanding on how to become non-violent in today’s era and live in peace. More
Those seeking to lead a spiritual life may become curious as to what is ahimsa (non violence), and inspired to practice it.
But understanding how to live in non violence is not as simple as it seems, and practicing no violence in daily life can quickly become bewildering. To someone just beginning to cultivate non-violence, daily interactions might even begin to feel like the very definition of conflict!
In the book “Non-Violence”, Gnani Purush (embodiment of Self knowledge) Dada Bhagwan offers key understanding on how to define ahimsa (non violence) and how to avoid kashaya (internal self harm).
Dadashri explains that kashaya is at the root of self harming, unhealthy relationships, and violence. Here, he teaches how to live in peace, offering profound knowledge of non violent communication, conflict resolution skills, and conflict management strategies. His spiritual teaching on how to resolve conflict - or to avoid it altogether - is offered in the context of common and everyday relationship challenges.
For anyone with the intent to practice non-violence - whether wondering how to deal with negative people and difficult people, how to handle conflict, or seeking skills to face internal struggle amidst life problems - this book will prove an invaluable resource.