- You are immortal
- Soul's rebirth happens repeatedly until perfection is achieved of God-realisation.
- Gandhi's struggles with Brahmacharya
- Gandhi's autobiography and collected works are an account of his political and social ideas as well as his experiments with brahmacharya and preoccupation with issues of diet, health, and, above all else, the control of sexual drive.
- The Myth of More in Modern Yoga
- One of the Yamas (literally meaning "self-control") is actually Brahmacharya, which does not mean total sexual abstinence, but rather a mindful reigning in of all the senses.
- In Search of Renunciation
- However, the four stages of life—brahmacharya, grihastha, vanaprastha and sannyasa—give us the necessary environment to work out the mind and free it from its familiar strongholds of attachment.
- Lust for Lucre
- They were Brahmacharya (Celibacy), Garhastha (householder), Banprastha (Life in forest) and Sanyas (Complete renunciation). That was the way to the realization of God or Moksa (liberation).
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