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Sathya — the principle of truthfulness

Question: What is the objective sense in observance of the principle of truthfulness? Lie does not necessarily cause harm to other living beings.

Answer: It causes harm, first of all, to the person who lies. Since having lied once, we become “hostages” of our lies. We have to keep our lies in mind, being afraid of getting exposed. This drives us into a state that can be called a “complex of being besieged”, which characterized by a tense mental condition and sometimes even accompanied with neurotic symptoms.

But the ideal mental state is that of complete openness and harmony with everything and everyone. Only under these conditions the mastering of highest meditations becomes possible. Only in the state of utter peace can we open to God and to unite with Him.



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