We are always told to choose, to vote and to do good.
Is there a Universal Good or is the good what I like?
Good is not all that is pleasant.
Drugs, sweet or fragrant poisons, traps with attractive baits show that we can not thus detect the good.
The good is not what is painful, even if the penicillin, the dental pliers or the corrective punishment of the good parent have pleasant fruits and help us a lot.
A deed with seemingly sweet fruit today can have bitter results tomorrow and again sweet the day after tomorrow.
An act appreciated by society today will be punished with heavy imprisonment tomorrow or cheered in another area of the globe.
To kill in war or in the fight with the villains seems good, and private crime is punished as evil.
So... let us do good... only and only the good... but what is that?
From the perspective of Abheda Yoga, the good has a Universal dimension and cannot be interpreted according to the era and culture in which we live or to the particular desires of the man who evaluates.
The good is
which leads us
from Ignorance to Knowledge
from passerby to Non-rector
from finite to infinite,
gradually or instantly overcoming any lmita we encounter.
But since the structure of events is very complex, how are we going to know how to do good?
We apply the secret methods from the Abheda karma yoga system or, until we master this special yogic process or until we wake up spiritually, we apply the method indicated by Saint Seraphim of Sarov: "Love and do what you want!"
The method is very good, because if we love, then we just want to do certain actions.
However, we are certainly obliged to choose to achieve at least what, at least, appears to us, with the current spiritual level and the current inner instruments, as the good.
Doing Good is a privilege and not a "misfortune of being a sucker", as is the lower perspective.
We invite you to do good, that is, to practice Abheda.
Leo Radutz (yogacharya), founder of the Abheda system, initiator of the Good OM Revolution