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Published on Sep 9, 2009
esotericteaching.org Hṛdaya-daurbalya is of four kinds (1) tuccha-āsakti (attachment for useless things), (2) kūṭī-nāṭī (deceitful behaviour the word kūṭī-nāṭī may be broken down into the constituent parts kū, bad or evil, and na or nāṭī, that which is forbidden. In that case it would mean doing wicked deeds or doing that which is forbidden), (3) mātsarya (envy) and (4) sva-pratisṭhā-lālasā (desire for ones own fame and prestige). After discussing these anarthas, we chant Śrī ...