The final outcome of developing the faculties of head, heart and hands can be defined as appropriateness, doing the right thing at the right time. We are equipped with appropriate thinking and appropriate behaviour. Doing the right thing at the right time always uplifts and takes us to a different level of understanding of ourselves and our efforts. When wrong things happen at the wrong time, there is always a feeling of anxiety, depression, frustration and we begin to identify with the weaknesses of our nature.
Appropriate behaviour is related to the heart, appropriate thinking is related to the head and appropriate action is related to the hands. Initially, in the system of Satyananda Yoga, the aim is to acquire appropriateness, not a good experience or being able to see the light in meditation. When we are looking for something inside, first we have to identify the dark areas that need to be lit up. Therefore, first we have to know ourselves, not in a philosophical sense but in a real sense. We have to explore our own nature and personality, we have to explore our body and our mind.