- A religious minded person if he gives up or does not give up the worldly activities for enlightenment’s sake, it is a supreme act.
- Once doubt is over, to contemplate over awakening or not to contemplate over, both are supreme acts.
- After the victory over passions (attachments), to do things passionately or impassionately is a supreme act.
- After the direct realization of Truth, sleeping in an empty cave or leading a large community on the right path is a supreme act.
- After recognizing the sight (perceptions) as illusion or dream, to live in solitude on a mountain-top or to wander about the world is a supreme act.
- If an individual has attained the freedom of mind, whether he abandons the desirable things or upholds them is a supreme act.
- In an individual practicing transcendental meditation, whether he meditates in solitude or does welfare to the other beings is a supreme act.
- If an individual, who has deep faith towards the guru, remains with the guru or does not remain with him is a supreme act.
- If an individual who has heard much and understood the meaning of enlightenment, whether he attains transcendence or comes across hindrances, both are supreme acts.
- If a seeker who has attained supreme realization demonstrates signs of perfection or does not do it, it is a supreme act.
Training in moral discipline consists of the accord of gift, ethics and manners, and patience;
Training in meditation involves the concentration;
While training in wisdom is concluded by the proper application of knowledge.