61. India stood the test of time and all the invasions from outside. This was because, we and our culture focussed on internal changes. The change in the mind. Remember that the following five points are the backbone of the Indian culture.
62. Mind, thoughts, action, results and reward. If the change in the mind – from bad to good, negative to positive- takes place the thoughts will accordingly change.
63. When the thoughts change, the action will change. These three are the crux of Bhagavath Geetha, Yogavaasishta, Viduropadesh, Bheeshmopadesa, Bharathopadesha, Lakshmanopadesa and so on. Changing the mind.
64. The above three factors are n our control, whereas the result and reward need not be in our control. It can go beyond us.
65. Thus we could change the world externally and internally through internal changes which reflected in our action and also in the result in the past and present.
66. Positive mind gives positive thoughts, then to positive action and positive results and rewards. Thus negative results and rewards can be changed to positives only if the root change takes place in the mind.
67. When Arjuna was reluctant to fight, Rama was reluctant to rule Ayodhya, Bharatha was reluctant to go back and rule Ayodhya. Lord Krishna, Maharshi Vasishta and Lord Rama gave the guidance for the above, respectively.
68. Indians stood for mental and through that to psychological changes through which external and internal changes are possible. Mana eva manushyaanaam kaaranam bhandha mokshayo: bandhaaya vishayaasaktham muktham nirvishayam smrutham = mind is the cause for all the internal and external attractions and aversions… so that change the vision, goal, procedure, results, and so on and fix the goal and pathway to reach the ultimate point.
69. Mind to body, to family, to culture, to society, nation and then to global level . this is the change. Root is individual change.
70. The input for the mind is received from the five sensory organs. When properly the input is given, the output through the functional organs will take place. This is what Geetha tells.
71. Pancha jnaanendriya and pancha karmendriya are the focus through the mind of the individuals. Says Geetha.
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IISH Communication Team