The Five Kinds & Twelve Types of Sacrifice #76
An intregal part of the sadhana of every living being in olden days in India, much of which has been lost or forgotten in this day and age, the principle and practice of Yagna, daily sacrifice, is sorely wanted and needed in today’s spiritual arenas. Record of its glory is to be found in the Bhagavad Gita, where Sri Krishna outlines the art of it via utilizing acknowledgement and practice of worshipping and serving the gods, the rishis, the
ancestors, human kind, and the subhuman species as well. A plethora of other noble and worthy selfless efforts are also to be found in this dharmic teaching, inspiring humanity to turn back to practices that will benefit rather than harm all sentient beings.