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Aacharan (Behaviour)

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Date: 18-Jun-2014
Aacharan is different from vyavahaar (conduct) and dharma.
o Vyavahaar is interaction with society, dharma is righteousness, which may sometimes be against vyavahaar.
o Aacharan is how we behave. It is not necessary only when we interact but even when in solitude how we behave.
o It is a mirror of our thoughts. If our thoughts are impure but we still do proper vyavahaar, our aacharan may not be correct. There would be subtle signs in his mannerisms which tell us what is inside the person
o Aacharan – means ‘aana’ (his) ‘charan’ (feet). The best way to judge a person’s aacharan is from his walking style. A person at peace with himself will walk calmly and in ‘લય’ (rhythm). A person who is scared will walk in small, fast gait. A person who is angry will walk fast and heavy gait. A person who is unsteady will not walk straight.
o Aacharan can be judged from mannerisms of a person.
o When a person is doing right vyavahaar but you can still come to know that inside there is something else by seeing aacharan of a person.
o A rich man may behave in a sophisticated way but his mannerisms, his language, his eyes, his hand movements will tell a lot of things about how is he as a person.
o Thus never judge a person based on his vyavahaar but take his aacharan into notice.


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Aacharan is different from vyavahaar (conduct) and dharma. o Vyavahaar is interaction with society, dharma is righteousness, which may sometimes be against vyavahaar. o Aacharan is how we behave. It is not necessary only when we interact but even when in solitude how we behave. o It is a mirror of our thoughts. If our thoughts are impure but we still do proper vyavahaar, our aacharan may not be correct. There would be subtle signs in his mannerisms which tell us what is inside the person o Aacharan – means ‘aana’ (his) ‘charan’ (feet). The best way to judge a person’s aacharan is from his walking style. A person at peace with himself will walk calmly and in ‘લય’ (rhythm). A person who is scared will walk in small, fast gait. A person who is angry will walk fast and heavy gait. A person who is unsteady will not walk straight. o Aacharan can be judged from mannerisms of a person. o When a person is doing right vyavahaar but you can still come to know that inside there is something else by seeing aacharan of a person. o A rich man may behave in a sophisticated way but his mannerisms, his language, his eyes, his hand movements will tell a lot of things about how is he as a person. o Thus never judge a person based on his vyavahaar but take his aacharan into notice. Aacharan (Behaviour) 2014-06-18 https://www.myinnerkarma.org/articles/default.aspx?title=aacharan-behaviour