The Teachings

A Partial Teaching on The Right

GOD has given to every individual One Right
Consisting of
THREE Freedoms

  1. Freedom of Choice.
  2. Freedom of Decision.
  3. Freedom of Action.


Examination of The THREE Freedoms:

Freedom of Choice

Choice as defined is a technical word.

Choice involves:

  1. Collection of data, including advices and experiences, observation, investigation and research.
  2. Each element of advice or experience et cetera is to be treated as another piece of data.
  3. Collating, organizing, manipulating, sorting and analysis of the data.
  4. Interpretation of each element of the data set.
  5. Drawing deductions from the different elements of the data set at every stage of organization, manipulation, analysis and interpretation.
  6. Grouping similar deductions to create options.
  7. Evaluation of the options to reject the non-viable options and to create some tentative plans.
  8. Examination of the tentative plans to retain a few select tentative plans for working out the details to enable execution of that plan to achieve the desired goal.
  9. Detailed preparation of the selected tentative plans to include every element required to execute that plan if selected for execution.

The exercise of Freedom of Choice culminates at the point where the retained tentative plans are examined in detail (preferably in writing).
Examination of each retained tentative plan involves working out the details of the plan to achieve the desired goal if executed.
Thus, if you have retained three tentative plans after evaluation of the options then you are required to work out the complete details of each of those three plans separately to enable you to carry out that plan in order to achieve the desired goal.

This brings the individual on the cusp of the next Freedom.

Comment: Freedom of Choice involves thinking and planning which is an internal matter for the individual and is carried out privately inside the brain.


Freedom of Decision

Here, the individual is required to select the best tentative plan made by him or her for the job at hand.

The decision once made should be written down along with detailed reasons for the selection.

Comment 1: Once all the operations under the Freedom of Choice have been completed, the individual arrives at the point of making an informed selection.

Comment 2: In the exercise of the Freedom of Decision, one of the competing tentative plans is selected.

Comment 3: The Decision to select one tentative plan must be recorded along with detailed reasons for that selection.

Comment 4: Having made the Decision, the individual must now train and prepare for the task to be carried out. This training should be identified in the plan selected.

Comment 5: These preparations will include the collection of material resources, manpower, finance et cetera for the execution of the selected plan.

Comment 6: When the training and preparations including rehearsals have been completed, a person or a group is now on the cusp of the next Freedom.


Freedom of Action

Having trained and made all preparations for the task in hand, the individual now initiates the action.

Depending upon the effort put into execution of the task, the individual will achieve some result.

Initiation of an action brings the individual within the ambit of operation of The LAW of Consequences.



The first element of The Right – Freedom of Choice is always considered inside my brain.
Hence, thinking and planning is a Private matter.

The second element of The Right – Freedom of Decision is always considered inside my brain.
Hence, every Decision is entirely Private which has to be concluded by me alone.

The consideration of the first two elements of My Right (Freedom of Choice and Freedom of Decision) constitutes The Right to Privacy.
Each Individual has thus been given a Right to Privacy, which is derived from The Right.

GOD does NOT enter your brain to check your thinking, planning or decision making.

When you violate The Right to Privacy present in the first two elements of The Right given to you, you are completely responsible for the adverse consequences that may flow from such a voluntary disclosure.

Because My Right is only for me, therefore, every other person has a similar Right to Privacy to keep his or her thoughts, plans and decisions private until he or she initiates actions which will result in consequences and will expose the person to public scrutiny.


Frequently Asked Questions on The Right

Qn. What are the options available to me after I have made a decision?


  1. To confirm the decision.
  2. To reject the decision. (This must be recorded with detailed reasons for the change)
  3. To modify the decision. (This must be recorded with detailed reasons for the change)


Qn. What are the options before me when I initiate an action?


  1. To continue with the action.
  2. To stop the action. (This must be recorded with detailed reasons for the change)
  3. To modify the action. (This must be recorded with detailed reasons for the change)


Qn.   What is an act?

Ans. Definition of Act is given in Definitions and also under The LAW of Consequences.


Qn. Can I keep my thinking and planning to myself?

Ans. Yes, do study the Partial Teaching on The Derived Right to Privacy.


Qn. While formulating different plans under Freedom of Choice, how can I ensure that I get beneficial results?

Ans. I need to ask one question for each of my plans: “Can I live with the consequences of this plan?”

  1. If I cannot live with the consequences of the action corresponding to that particular plan, then that plan needs to be discarded.
  2. Whenever the answer is in the affirmative i.e. if I can live with the consequences of a particular plan, then I can proceed further.


Qn. What is a “thought or thinking”?


  1. Thinking process is a part of Freedom of Choice.
  2. It is entirely within my brain.
  3. It is completely private to me.
  4. It is not an act.



GOD has given to every individual One Right

Note 1:    GOD has created and given (as an ongoing process) ONE Right (unique).

Note 2:    This Right has been given to every individual in Janam.

Note 3:    Individual here refers to the Atma and the Being (body+mind).

Consisting of

Note 4:    There are some elements/parts.

THREE Freedoms

Note 5:    The Right given has Three elements called Freedoms.

Note 6:    Each Freedom gives you the ability to do something on your own without reference to anyone else.

Note 7:    However, the right to do something is bound or curtailed by the same right of another individual to do something on his or her own. Thus, there are limits and boundaries on what you can or may do.

Note 8:    The THREE Freedoms are not an absolute and unbridled license to do anything.

Note 9:    The THREE Freedoms of The Right are circumscribed by The LAW of Consequences and The FOUR Rules of Life.

Note 10:   Further, The LAW of The TENTH Part restricts the Freedoms exercisable under The Right.

Note 11:   The Teachings impose Responsibilities and Duties that will further restrict the Freedoms under The Right.

Note 12:   Finally, an individual who applies to The Teacher to become a Candidate Shishya voluntarily accepts to give up The Right in his or her own life.