The Kali Yuga is the last of the 4 ages in the cycle of history from Hinduism. It is also known as the “age of vices”.
From Wikipedia – Hindus believe that human civilization degenerates spiritually during the Kali Yuga, which is referred to as the Dark Age because in it people are as far away as possible from God.
As we witness the decline of Western civilisation around us, there seems little doubt we are living in such a time.
I’m reblogging here a list of simple advice for living in the Kali Yuga from one of the blogs I follow.
At any time in history, this advice for living as a man is pertinent, and in the present time even more so.
Honour your thede.
Family at the core.
Do not waste time on women who act like men.
Do not acknowledge men who cannot be men.
Give your friendship carefully.
Experience the natural world as much as possible.
Walk to your destination if you can.
Trust in traditions.
Find time away from technology on a regular basis.
Defend your beliefs and never apologise.
Do not seek out outrage.
Respect justified hierarchy.
Eat vegetables, meat, nuts, dairy and fruits.
Wear natural fibres.
Drink in moderation and avoid excess.
Follow your beliefs.
Educate yourself on past glories.
Cultivate your body as you cultivate your mind.
Be strong. Strong people are harder to kill.
Do not fear violence.
Test your limits.
To be updated on an ongoing basis.