Aatma Life

Khushbu Vyas

I am a generational yogi, chakra guide, and social justice attorney. Coming from an Indian background with generations of yogis, I learned most of my yogic teachings through a culture passed down through my family. I remember seeing my grandmother in her 80s getting up at four in the morning to do her daily asana, pranayama, and meditation practice. Being surrounded by yoga as a culture and lifestyle is a beautiful thing that I am honored to share with you.

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Everyone has different goals in life. While some people may aspire to wealth and fame, others may desire a more meaningful existence that is based on spiritual values. The four purushartas- artha, kama, dharma, and moksha- represent the different goals that every person should strive for in order to lead a balanced and fulfilling life. Each of these purusharta represents a different aspect of human existence and it is important to understand them in order to achieve success. In this article, we will explore each of the four purushartas in detail and discuss how you can achieve success based on your individual goals.Artha - The Pursuit of Security
Artha, or the pursuit of security, is one of the most important purushartas. This goal is all about ensuring that you have the material and financial security to lead a comfortable life. In order to achieve artha, it is important to focus on your career and make sure that you are doing everything you can to secure your financial future. You also need to be mindful of your spending and make sure that you are not wasting your money on things that don't serve you. By pursuing artha, you can ensure that you will be able to live comfortably and without worry for the rest of your life.
Kama - The Pursuit of Pleasure and Desire
Kama, or the pursuit of love and happiness, is one of the most important purushartas and represents an aspect of life that people often neglect. Whether you believe in a god or not, it is important to understand how powerful human emotions can be and recognize the role that they play in our lives. By understanding kama and practicing it in your own way, you will find greater contentment and satisfaction with your life. This purusharta ensures that even if you do not achieve success based on other goals such as dharma or artha, you will still live a happy and fulfilled life.
Dharma - The Pursuit of Purpose
Dharma is one of the most complex purushartas because it involves following society's rules for living based on your caste and community. This purusharta is all about conforming to the social values of your group and fulfilling your part in maintaining the balance of society. When you think about dharma, it is important to understand that it is much more than just following a set of rules imposed by parents or other authority figures. The idea behind this purusharta is that every individual plays an essential role in ensuring that society functions well as a whole. While many people may criticize dharma as being too rigid and limited in scope, it does represent one aspect of life where we can find out who we really are and discover our true potential for greatness within the society we call home.
Moksha - The Pursuit of Liberation
Moksha, or liberation from earthly attachments, represents perhaps the most complex purushartas of all. This goal is about finding a deeper meaning in life and understanding the role that we play in this existence. While some people may believe that moksha involves learning to detach yourself from worldly things, the truth is more nuanced than that. In fact, it is possible for someone to hold on too tightly to their material possessions and limit their ability to connect with people around them. By understanding what moksha means for you and practicing it, you will find greater contentment within your own life and avoid the distractions of petty desires such as fame or fortune.
All four purushartas- artha, kama, dharma and moksha- play important roles in achieving success and living a happy and fulfilled life. While some people may believe that we should be able to focus on only one goal, the truth is that we need all four goals in our lives to achieve true satisfaction with ourselves and our place in the world. It is possible to achieve success based on each of these purushartas if you understand what they mean for your life and take the necessary steps towards making them happen. By understanding all four goals, you will find it easier than ever before to lead a truly satisfying existence based on spiritual and yogic values.If you are looking to expand and deepen your yoga practice and explore the different areas of your life, my membership, The Aatma Practice, is here for you. We have a whole journey on exploring the Purushartas on a much deeper level so that you can start embodying them now. To learn more, click here.