THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE


THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : “KRAMA SIKSHA”,  the instruction to impart physical and mental Discipline has a physiological basis. A part of human brain called ‘Reticular Formation’ functions like Spirit or Soul to control, to guide, and to regulate ‘Intellect'(“BUDDHI”), Mind(“MANAH”), Senses(“INDRIYA”), and Body(“DEHA”).

THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : "KRAMA SIKSHA" THE INSTRUCTION TO IMPART PHYSICAL AND MENTAL DISCIPLINE HAS A PHYSIOLOGICAL BASIS AS A PART OF HUMAN BRAIN FUNCTIONS LIKE SPIRIT OR SOUL TO CONTROL, TO GUIDE, AND TO REGULATE INTELLECT, MIND, AND THE SENSES . THIS IS THE IMAGE OF THE MADRAS REGIMENT TAKING PART IN 65th REPUBLIC DAY PARADE IN NEW DELHI, INDIA.
THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : “KRAMA SIKSHA” THE INSTRUCTION TO IMPART PHYSICAL AND MENTAL DISCIPLINE HAS A PHYSIOLOGICAL BASIS AS A PART OF HUMAN BRAIN FUNCTIONS LIKE SPIRIT OR SOUL TO CONTROL, TO GUIDE, AND TO REGULATE INTELLECT, MIND,   SENSES, AND BODY . THIS IS THE IMAGE OF THE MADRAS REGIMENT TAKING PART IN 65th REPUBLIC DAY PARADE IN NEW DELHI, INDIA.

This is a tribute to all the men and women who serve India in Uniform after undergoing rigorous training enduring pain and hardships. The “DRILL”,  such as marching together during ceremonial parades, testifies to the process of teaching the ‘Art of Self-Discipline’.

THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : IN MY VIEW, MILITARY DISCIPLINE IS A SPIRITUAL PRACTICE. SUCCESS OR VICTORY IN THE BATTLEFIELD IS ACCOMPLISHED BY DESTROYING THE ENEMY. MILITARY TRAINS TO DEFEAT AN EXTERNAL ENEMY AND A SPIRITUAL PRACTITIONER OR SADHAK TRAINS TO DESTROY ONE'S OWN INTERNAL ENEMIES.
THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : “KRAMA SIKSHA .”   IN MY VIEW, MILITARY DISCIPLINE IS A SPIRITUAL PRACTICE. SUCCESS OR VICTORY IN THE BATTLEFIELD IS ACCOMPLISHED BY DESTROYING THE ENEMY. MILITARY TRAINS TO DEFEAT AN EXTERNAL ENEMY AND A SPIRITUAL PRACTITIONER OR SADHAK TRAINS TO DESTROY ONE’S OWN INTERNAL ENEMIES.

Discipline is training that develops Self-Control, character, orderliness, and efficiency. It may imply strict control to enforce obedience, acceptance of or submission to authority. While Discipline requires training that molds, instructs, and corrects personal behavior, the concept of Self-Discipline is often used in the context of a Spiritual Practice. For all practical purposes Self-Discipline is like Military Discipline which uses training apart from verbal instruction, encouragement, and teaching as its tools. Soldiers  master the Art of Self-Discipline to take responsibility for all of their actions, speech, and mannerisms.

THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : A BOXER WITH GOOD REFLEXES HAS THE ABILITY TO REACT QUICKLY AND EFFECTIVELY . THE TRAINING FOCUSES UPON DEVELOPING QUICK, AUTOMATIC, OR HABITUAL MOTOR REFLEXES AND THE BOXER REACTS WITHOUT GETTING DISTRACTED BY HIS OWN INTELLECT, MIND, SENSES, AND BODY IGNORING HIS OWN PAIN AND INJURIES.
THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : A BOXER WITH GOOD REFLEXES HAS THE ABILITY TO REACT QUICKLY AND EFFECTIVELY . THE TRAINING FOCUSES UPON DEVELOPING QUICK, AUTOMATIC, OR HABITUAL MOTOR REFLEXES AND THE BOXER REACTS WITHOUT GETTING DISTRACTED BY HIS OWN INTELLECT, MIND, SENSES, AND BODY IGNORING HIS OWN PAIN AND INJURIES.

Just like training for Boxing, military training gives the ability to react quickly, effectively in a reflex action. The military Drill disciplines the Mind and Body to make the man to make quick, automatic or habitual responses when he hears the words of Command. Both Military and Spiritual Disciplines recognize their need for training to achieve the objective of destroying an Enemy who hinders the path to Success or Victory. Military Discipline imparts the ability to fight an external Enemy on the battlefield and Spiritual Discipline is about fighting one’s own internal Enemy. Combating and overcoming an Enemy is of utmost importance to both types of Discipline. In either case, Discipline has the following characteristics: 1. Devotion(“SRADDHA”), 2. Humility(“NAMRATA”-“NIGARVI”), 3. Temperance(“NIYAMA” -“NIGRAHA”), and 4. Perseverance(“KSHAMA”).  These attributes or qualities are acquired through training and are found in a trained Soldier and a Spiritual Practitioner or “SADHAK.”

THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : IN MY VIEW, A MAN IN UNIFORM IS A SPIRITUAL PRACTITIONER OR SADHAK AS THE TRAINING INVOLVES DEVOTION TO LEARNING AND SUBMISSION TO A SOURCE OF HIGHER AUTHORITY.
THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : “KRAMA SIKSHA .”  IN MY VIEW, A MAN IN UNIFORM IS A SPIRITUAL PRACTITIONER OR SADHAK AS THE TRAINING INVOLVES DEVOTION TO LEARNING AND SUBMISSION TO A SOURCE OF HIGHER AUTHORITY.

Discipline involves the ability to endure hardship. No Discipline is entirely pleasant to begin with. The training imposes pain and builds up pain tolerance and pain resistance. In my view, a Spiritual Practitioner or “SADHAK” and a Soldier face the same kind of challenges to overcome lethargy, inertia and accept physical and mental fatigue as a necessary burden to win their Battle.

THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : IN MY VIEW, A SOLDIER AND A SPIRITUAL PRACTITIONER OR SADHAK FACE THE SAME KIND OF CHALLENGES. FIRSTLY, TRAINING DEMANDS TOLERANCE OF PAIN AND HARDSHIP.
THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : “KRAMA SIKSHA .”  IN MY VIEW, A SOLDIER AND A SPIRITUAL PRACTITIONER OR SADHAK FACE THE SAME KIND OF CHALLENGES. FIRSTLY, TRAINING DEMANDS TOLERANCE OF PAIN AND HARDSHIP.

Devotion(Sraddha) speaks of the fact, quality or state of being devoted. The quality called  devotion in   physical or mental tasks generates feelings of faithfulness, loyalty, and deep affection. Devotion means to give up oneself or one’s time, energy, etc., to some purpose or activity. The attitude called Discipline involves applying oneself with seriousness or earnestness. The purpose of close-order military drill is that of instilling ideas in the person by repeated exercises. A devoted Soldier dedicates himself to his primary task of fighting a battle and willingly prepares himself to get exposed to the risk or danger of severe bodily injury or even loss of life.

THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : DISCIPLINE IS AN ATTITUDE THAT IS DISPLAYED BY A QUALITY CALLED DEVOTION. A DEVOTED SOLDIER PERFORMS HIS TASKS WITH SERIOUSNESS AND EARNESTNESS AND HAS FEELINGS OF LOYALTY, FAITHFULNESS, AND DEEP AFFECTION.
THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : “KRAMA SIKSHA .”  DISCIPLINE IS AN ATTITUDE THAT IS DISPLAYED BY A QUALITY CALLED DEVOTION . A DEVOTED SOLDIER PERFORMS HIS TASKS WITH SERIOUSNESS AND EARNESTNESS. HIS DEVOTION TO HIS DUTY  INCLUDES FEELINGS OF LOYALTY, FAITHFULNESS, AND DEEP AFFECTION.

Humility(Namrata – Nigarvi) is the state or quality of being humble;  absence of self-pride or arrogance. A trained Soldier takes pride in his Service, takes pride in his Unit or Regiment, and takes pride in the dress or uniform that he wears. But, the training that imparts Discipline transforms the Soldier into a man of Humility for he recognizes that self-pride or arrogance are of no use in the learning process.

THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : DISCIPLINE DEMANDS THE USE OF TEMPERANCE. A TRAINED SOLDIER IS NOT SELF-INDULGENT. SOLDIERS USE SELF-RESTRAINT IN THEIR ACTIONS AND SPEECH. SOLDIERS USE MODERATION IN THE USE OF FOOD AND DRINK FOR THEY LEARN TO REGULATE ALL ASPECTS OF THEIR BEHAVIOR AND CONDUCT.
THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : “KRAMA SIKSHA .”  DISCIPLINE  DEMANDS  THE  USE  OF  TEMPERANCE .  A TRAINED  SOLDIER  IS  NOT  SELF-INDULGENT. SOLDIERS  USE  SELF-RESTRAINT  IN  THEIR ACTIONS  AND  SPEECH .  SOLDIERS  USE  MODERATION  IN  THE  USE  OF  FOOD  AND  DRINK FOR THEY LEARN TO REGULATE  ALL  ASPECTS  OF  THEIR  BEHAVIOR  AND  CONDUCT.

Temperance(Niyama – Nigraha) is the state or quality of being moderate in indulging the appetites; it involves self-restraint in conduct, expression, not self-indulgent, moderate in one’s actions, speech, apart from moderation in the use of food, and alcohol. A basic quality of a trained Soldier is that of Self-Restraint.

THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : A TRAINED SOLDIER ACQUIRES THE QUALITY CALLED PERSEVERANCE. A SOLDIER IS STEADFAST, HAS THE QUALITY OF PERSISTENCE AND HE CONTINUES HIS EFFORT IN SPITE OF DIFFICULTY AND STIFF OPPOSITION.
THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : “KRAMA SIKSHA .”  A TRAINED SOLDIER ACQUIRES THE QUALITY CALLED PERSEVERANCE .  A  SOLDIER  IS  STEADFAST, HAS  THE  QUALITY  OF  PERSISTENCE  AND  HE CONTINUES  HIS  EFFORT  IN  SPITE  OF  DIFFICULTY  AND  STIFF  OPPOSITION .

Perseverance(Kshama) is the act of continued, patient effort;  quality of persistence to continue the effort in spite of difficulty or stiff opposition. A trained Soldier is steadfast in his purpose, and he continues his physical or mental activity without shifting to another task because of distractions or of a change in stimulus. Perseverance is the other name for Discipline.

THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : BOTH MAN AND ANIMAL COME TOGETHER TO MOVE WITH DISCIPLINE AS TRAINING MAKES DISCIPLINE THEIR SECOND NATURE.
THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : “KRAMA SIKSHA .”  BOTH MAN AND ANIMAL COME TOGETHER TO MOVE WITH DISCIPLINE AS TRAINING MAKES DISCIPLINE THEIR SECOND NATURE.

In my view, the training used by military to impart Discipline, and the techniques used by a Spiritual Practitioner to instill Self-Discipline use the same kind of approach to bring harmony in the interactions between body, and mind.

THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : THE TRAINING THAT IMPARTS MILITARY DISCIPLINE AND THE TECHNIQUES USED BY A SPIRITUAL PRACTITIONER OR SADHAK TO INSTILL SELF-DISCIPLINE AIM TO BRING HARMONY IN THE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN BODY AND MIND.
THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : “KRAMA SIKSHA .”   THE TRAINING THAT IMPARTS MILITARY DISCIPLINE AND THE TECHNIQUES USED BY A SPIRITUAL PRACTITIONER OR SADHAK TO INSTILL SELF-DISCIPLINE AIM TO BRING HARMONY IN THE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN BODY AND MIND.

In military training, the term Soul or Spirit is not used. The term “ESPRIT DE CORPS” refers to group spirit, sense of pride, honor, etc., shared by those in the same group such as a Regiment, or a Branch of Service. Military uses the term ‘spirit’ to describe the frame of mind, enthusiasm, and loyalty shared by a group of its members. If not in Science, in religion, and in philosophy, the terms Soul or Spirit describe a vital, animating Principle that is distinct from the body, and mind. In Indian tradition, it is held that the organs of Sense perception are superior to other organs and tissues of the human body, but more than the Senses, the Mind is superior but more than the Mind, the Intelligence is superior and more than the Intelligence that which is superior is the Seat of Individual Consciousness. Soul or Spirit is intimately associated with the function called Consciousness.

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THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : “KRAMA SIKSHA .”   INDIAN ARMY TRAINS ITS OFFICERS AT INDIAN MILITARY ACADEMY, DEHRADUN. THESE TRAINEES LEARN ABOUT “ESPRIT DE CORPS” WHICH MEANS GROUP SPIRIT, TAKING PRIDE, AND GIVING HONOR TO THEIR REGIMENTAL AFFILIATIONS.
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THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : “KRAMA SIKSHA .”   MILITARY TRAINING MANUALS MAY NOT USE THE TERM SPIRIT OR SOUL BUT CONSCIOUSNESS AND SELF-AWARENESS ARE IMPORTANT TO THE LEARNING PROCESS AT ANY MILITARY INSTITUTION . INDIAN PRESIDENT MRS. PRATIBHA PATIL IS SEEN IN THIS IMAGE REVIEWING A GUARD OF HONOR AT INDIAN MILITARY ACADEMY, DEHRADUN.

Science and military training manuals may not use the term Soul but Consciousness and Self-Awareness are important to the learning process at any Military Training Institution.

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THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : “KRAMA SIKSHA .”   WILLIAM  LYON  MACKENZIE  KING(1874-1950), PRIME MINISTER OF CANADA 1921-1930, & 1935-1948 .  A  GOOD  SOLDIER  IS  PRECISELY  LIKE  A GOOD  SPIRITUAL  PRACTITIONER  OR  SADHAK . BOTH  DEPEND  UPON  SELF-DENIAL  AND  SELF-DISCIPLINE  TO  ARRIVE  AT  THEIR  DESTINATION  OR  GOAL WHICH  DEFINES  THEIR PURPOSE  IN  LIFE .

A good Soldier is precisely like a good Spiritual Practitioner or Sadhak. Both depend upon Self-Denial and Self-Discipline to arrive at their destination or goal which defines their purpose in life.

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THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : “KRAMA SIKSHA .”  THEODORE   ROOSEVELT(1858-1919),  26th  PRESIDENT  OF  THE  UNITED  STATES(1901-1909).  DISPLAYED  THE  QUALITY  CALLED  SELF-DISCIPLINE TO MAKE  DETERMINED  EFFORTS TO OVERCOME  THE  FRAIL HEALTH  THAT  WOULD MARKEDLY  AFFECT  HIS  CHARACTER .

Discipline develops the character of the individual and Self-Control is the key to overcome the problems of Self-Destructive behaviors.

The Art of Self-Discipline-Napoleon Hill
THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : “KRAMA SIKSHA .”  NAPOLEON  HILL(1883-1970), AMERICAN AUTHOR IN THE AREA OF THE NEW THOUGHT MOVEMENT . ONE OF THE GREAT WRITERS ON SUCCESS . THE  MASTERY  OF  MIND  IS CENTRAL TO THE  TRAINING  THAT  ESTABLISHES  SELF-DISCIPLINE .

Self-Discipline is not about regulating human behavior and actions using the authority or power invested in the rules and regulations that man makes to bring orderliness and efficiency in the society. Military training establishes Self-Discipline using repeated exercises that instill ideas to control mental activities without using physical force and without using the strict Military Code for Conduct. The success of military training does not depend upon the ability to punish or reprimand people for their errant behavior. Military is a hierarchical organization and it uses a group of persons arranged in order of rank, grade, class, etc., to define the power or authority invested in each person. Man is  a complex organization, Indian tradition describes a hierarchy of structures or parts of man that can find unity while man acts helplessly according to the impulses born of the modes of material nature or “PRAKRIT.”

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THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : “KRAMA SIKSHA.”  INDIAN TRADITION RECOGNIZES THE OPERATION OF A HIERARCHY THAT IS INVOLVED IN MAN’S ACTIONS  AND  PHYSICAL BEHAVIORS . BUT,  MAN IS  DELUDED  BY A  FORCE  CALLED  “MAYA”  OR  ILLUSION THAT BREAKS  THE  CHAIN  OF COMMAND.

Indian tradition recognizes operation of a hierarchy of structures as shown in the above photo image. These structures identified as Body, Senses(Organs of Sense Perception such as the eyes, and ears), Mind, Intellect, and Soul have positions of importance according to a ranking system, and the thing with a superior rank can control the things with a subordinate rank. However, a force called “MAYA” or Illusion deludes man and breaks the Chain of Command.

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THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : “KRAMA SIKSHA”  HUMAN ORGANISM IS VERY COMPLEX .  UNDERSTANDING OF  HUMAN  ANATOMY  AND HUMAN  PHYSIOLOGY  HELPS TO  KNOW THE  BIOLOGICAL BASIS FOR MAN’S  BEHAVIOR  AND  ACTIONS. IN  MY  VIEW, THE BLUE-COLORED STRUCTURE  CALLED  RETICULAR  FORMATION IS  IDENTICAL  TO SOUL OR  SPIRIT DESCRIBED  IN  RELIGIOUS  SCRIPTURES  AND  PHILOSOPHICAL  WRITINGS. RETICULAR FORMATION, PONS, RAPHE NUCLEI, AND LOCUS COERULEUS MAINTAIN WAKEFULNESS.

Human organism is a very complex assembly of trillions of individual, independent, living cells and for purposes of structural and functional organization, these cells are  components of different tissues, organs, and organ systems. A basic understanding of human anatomy and human physiology explains the relationships between tissues, organs, and organ systems. Brain is a very important structure but it functions if and only if it is continuously supplied with oxygen and nutrients like glucose to maintain its own metabolic activities. But, the human body and vital organs like heart and lungs depend upon the brain structure called Brain Stem which has the vital regulatory centers that operate functions of respiration and circulation. Within the Brain Stem, the structure called Reticular Formation is identical to Soul or Spirit  described in religious scriptures and philosophical writings. Reticular Formation is the structure that is intimately associated with the control, regulation of those functions that help to establish man as a conscious, and breathing living entity.

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THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : “KRAMA SIKSHA”  RETICULAR FORMATION IN THE CENTRAL BRAIN STEM EXTENDS FROM MEDULLA TO THALAMUS . RETICULAR FORMATION HAS CONNECTIONS WITH ALMOST ALL OTHER PARTS OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM . RETICULAR FORMATION REGULATES MUSCLES AND MOTOR REFLEX ACTIVITY. A TRAINED SOLDIER REACTS AUTOMATICALLY AND EFFECTIVELY WHEN HE HEARS THE WORDS OF COMMAND.

I am intentionally sharing several images of the structure known as Reticular Formation. It is in the central Brain Stem and extends from Medulla to Thalamus. It has connections with almost all other parts of the Central Nervous System(CNS), such as Spinal Cord, Cranial Nerve Nuclei, Cerebellum, Hypothalamus, Thalamus, Striatum , Limbic System , and Cerebral Cortex. This neural structure which I name as Soul or Spirit plays a central role to develop the trait called Self-Discipline. A disciplined Soldier reacts automatically, and effectively when he hears the words of Command . This reflex motor activity is possible because of the integrative role played by Reticular Formation.

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THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : “KRAMA SIKSHA”  RETICULAR FORMATION DEPICTED AS GREEN-COLORED BAND IS A NETWORK OF PATHWAYS AND NUCLEI THROUGHOUT THE BRAIN STEM . IT CONNECTS MOTOR NERVES AND SENSORY NERVES TO AND FROM THE SPINAL CORD, THE CEREBELLUM, AND THE CEREBRAL CORTEX .

The Reticular Formation consists of more than 100 Brain Stem Nuclei. A single neuron in this network may have synapses with as many as 25,000 other neurons.

THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : TO UNDERSTAND THE PHYSIOLOGICAL BASIS FOR SELF-DISCIPLINE , I WOULD INVITE MY READERS TO GIVE ATTENTION TO THE ROLE OF RETICULAR FORMATION IN COMPOSING THE CONTENTS OF CONSCIOUSNESS.
THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : “KRAMA SIKSHA”  TO UNDERSTAND THE PHYSIOLOGICAL BASIS FOR SELF-DISCIPLINE , I WOULD INVITE MY READERS TO GIVE ATTENTION TO THE ROLE OF RETICULAR FORMATION IN COMPOSING THE CONTENTS OF CONSCIOUSNESS.

Reticular Formation plays an important role in composing the contents of Consciousness. It filters incoming stimuli to discriminate irrelevant background stimuli It regulates actions such as alert/sleep cycles, wakefulness, and behavioral arousal.

THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : MILITARY TRAINING AND SPIRITUAL PRACTICES TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATION OF BRAIN AND ITS ABILITY TO MAINTAIN ALERTNESS OR GENERAL AROUSAL TO ACCOMPLISH SPECIFIC ACTIONS IN THE PHYSICAL WORLD.
THE ART OF SELF-DISCIPLINE : “KRAMA SIKSHA”  MILITARY TRAINING AND SPIRITUAL PRACTICES TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATION OF BRAIN AND ITS ABILITY TO MAINTAIN ALERTNESS OR GENERAL AROUSAL TO ACCOMPLISH SPECIFIC ACTIONS IN THE PHYSICAL WORLD.

Reticular Formation running through Medulla, Pons, and Midbrain helps to coordinate, integrate, and regulate actions of different parts of the Central Nervous System. It is involved in 1. Regulation of Muscles, and Reflex activity, 2. Central transmission of Sensory impulses, 3. Respiration, 4. Cardiovascular responses, 5. Behavioral Arousal, and 6. Sleep. In Indian tradition, the Spirit or Soul exercises similar control to regulate, guide, and integrate the functions of Intellect, Mind, Senses, and Body. The Art of Discipline involves the use of such regulative, and integrative abilities.

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