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Purity and Unity of Thought, Word and Deed

Trikaranasuddhi, a word in the Sanskrit language, indicates the purity and unity of (1) thought (2) word and (3) deed, or a congruence amongst the trio. This has also been referred to as the purity and harmony of thought, speech, and action.[1] The idea of Trikaranasuddhi has some connection to the commonly expressed adage of 'Talk your Thought, Walk your Talk'.

There has been exploration about the linkage between Trikaranasuddhi and effectiveness in leadership.[2][3] The spiritual lore of India speaks about the existence of this congruence in great people ("Mahatma") through the expression "Manassekam, Vachassekam, Karmanyekam Mahaatmanam".

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  1. ^ Rousseau, Barbara (2013). Your Conscious Classroom: The Power of Self-Reflection. Bloomington, IN: Balboa Press. p. 62.
  2. ^ Sankar R N, Ajith (2012). "Ascertaining Linkages between Trikaranasuddhi and 'Tapping Spirituality as the Context of Leadership'". SSRN 2212138. Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  3. ^ Sankar R N, Ajith (2013-02-18). "Building a Case for Linking Trikarana Suddhi with the Emerging Theme of Spirituality at Work and as a Context for Leadership". SSRN 2220587. Cite journal requires |journal= (help)