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« on: May 22, 2015 01:14 am »

In Sri Yukteswar's book-The Holy Science-he describes what natural living is:

To understand what natural living is it will be necessary to distinguish it from what is unnatural. Living depends upon the selection of 1. food 2. dwelling and 3. company. To live naturally, The lower animals can slelect these for themselves by the help of their instincts and the natural sentinels placed at the sensory entrances - the organs of sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste. With men in general however these organs are so much perverted by unnatural living from very infancy that little reliance can be placed on their judgments. To understand therefore, what are natural needs are, we ought to depend upon observation, experiment and reason.

Through his observation , experimentation and reason he concludes that man is a 'frugivorous' eating being and in a footnote it is explained by the publisher (SRF) that a 'fruitarian' diet referred to by 'Swami Sri Yukteswarji' includes vegetables, nuts and grains.
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