from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. enjoying; possessing
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Enjoying; possessing.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or arising from fruition.
As Krishna states in the Bhagavad Gita Ch6.4-6, A person is said to be elevated in yoga when, having renounced all material desires, he neither acts for sense gratification nor engages in fruitive activities.
The senses are certainly products of the mode of passion in false ego, and therefore philosophical speculative knowledge and fruitive activities are predominantly products of the mode of passion.
The demigods are worshiped by persons who are more or less adherents of the processes of jnana, yoga and karma, i.e., the impersonalists, meditators and fruitive workers.
He first attempts to act fruitively for personal gain or sense gratification, and after attempting such fruitive activities for a considerable time, when he is frustrated he becomes a philosophical speculator and thinks himself to be on the same level as God.
This worship is not for any material benefit, as desired by all the materialists, even up to the salvationists, mystics and fruitive workers.
Or, if it cannot find even such sporadic or fruitive fulfillments, "a balked disposition" will leave the individual with an uneasiness and irritation that may range from mere pique to serious forms of morbidity and hysteria.
Thus the man is just; and he goes towards God with fervent love in eternal activity; and he goes in God with fruitive inclination in eternal rest.
And the fruitive tendency of the spirit , which seeks rest in God above all likeness, receives and possesses in a supernatural way, in its essential being, all that the spirit ever received in a natural way.
And this is that same unity which is fruitful in the outgoing activity of the Persons, and forms in Their return an eternal bond of love which shall never be untied: and all who know themselves to be bound up in it shall be blessed throughout eternity, and they are rich in virtue, and clear in contemplation, and simple in fruitive rest.
Every man who is not drawn and enlightened of God is not touched by love, and has neither the active cleaving with desire  nor the simple and loving tendency to fruitive rest.
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