THIS POST IS CONTINUED FROM PART 16, BELOW-
purusha alone is the cause and the basis of the universe and all its beings. created beings are endowed with different attributes according to their karma. the law of karma functions in the relative world through the power of the lord and thus the divine is indirectly responsible for the pain and sufferings of the world. he is the lord of the world and guides it, though he is unaffected by its oppositions of duality.
krishna as mouth piece of brahman the field tells arjuna `i am the soul that exists in the heart of all beings'.. the world is a living whole, a vast inter connectedness, a cosmic harmony inspired and sustained by the one supreme.
soul is the source of all creation just as the seed is the source of all trees. this idea is repeated in several ways. when the seed germinates it dies to become a tree. but this is not the case with the soul. krishna says that he is the seed of the universe and even after its germination and growth the tree (universe) is sustained by the seed (self) just as all the waves during their appearance and disappearance are sustained by the ocean and without which waves cannot exist. nothing can exist without the self, which is the essence of everything like saying all cloth has come out of cotton and no cloth can exist without cotton.
embodied self means the soul assuming a physical body. calm man means he who has self-knowledge and does not grieve at it means that he does not grieve at death.
in the progress of growth of the body, childhood dies when youth is born and youth hood dies when the old age sets in. even when childhood or youthhood no longer remains at the old age, man remembers his early days fairly well. thus `something' is common throughout the various stages of growth which could remember the past experiences and none feels unhappy about these changes.
for the self in this body, as is obtaining the change in the experiences of childhood, youth and old age, so also is the change in the experiences on obtaining another body. a wise person is not confused or overpowered by such change in experiences.
the indweller - the self in one's body is the same in one's childhood, youth and old age; similarly, on obtaining another body, the indweller in that new body also is the same soul or atman.
childhood, youth and old age are only with respect to one's physical body. the soul, without undergoing any change, remains the same in all the three stages of bodily experiences. it is the same atman which is the indweller in any new body one may assume later, after the present body falls. there can never be a time when soul is not there.
thus at all times, "i am" does not change, but "what i am" may change. a wise person is not confused or overpowered by such changes. if one thinks that "i" changes from "childhood i" to "youth i" to "old-age i" and to another "i" in another body, one must simply ask oneself the question who is "that i" who recognizes all these changes in "i"s. that "i" - that recognizer i - that seer i - "that knower - i" is indeed atman, the soul which is eternal - all-pervading, and is never subject to change.
the soul does not die at the cessation of the childhood stage nor is it born again at the commencement of the youth stage and so also with the next stage of the old age. as the soul passes unchanged from one stage of the physical body into another stage so it passes unchanged from one body into another. as one does not grieve for the body when it passes through childhood, youth and old age, similarly one should not worry or get himself deluded over when the soul passes over to another body at physical death. thus birth and death are spoken of with regard to the physical body and not the soul.
at the moment of death, there is no extinction of the individual. the embodied ego of the dead body (the subtle and causal bodies) leaves its previous structure and according to vasanas or mental impressions gained during its embodiment it gets itself identified with another physical body where it can express itself completely and seek its perfect fulfillment.
clinging to the fruits of actions creates vasanas to exhaust which one has to get into the cycle of births and deaths. if actions are performed as a dedication to the god in fulfillment of his purpose, without desire for the fruits, one is released from the bonds of birth and death and attains bliss. birth and death is called bondage because it is the result of action in a previous life.
the wise i.e those who know the art of true living undertake all work with evenness of mind (renouncement of ego) and abandoning the anxiety for the fruits of their actions (renouncement of ego-motivated desires). thereby, they have no occasion to enter into the cycle of birth and death as there are no vasanas left in them for fulfillment.
such an entity who is called a karma yogin will attain bliss i.e. the state which is beyond all evils. as knowledge is superior to action, the implication is that selfless actions purify the mind and prepare the individual for higher meditations through which he ultimately discovers himself as the self which lies beyond all blemish. this is also called as buddhi yoga.
those who do not have shraddha and knowledge will get themselves ultimately destroyed and completely ruined. he who has no knowledge of the self (ignorant), who has no faith in his own soul, in the scriptures and in the teachings of his guru (faithless) and who is of a doubting disposition because of which fails to enjoy this world on account of his suspicion about the people and things around him and who has innumerable doubts as regards the other world will not find any joy anywhere - neither here nor in the hereafter.
krishna continues the enumeration of brahman’s various manifestations. he is :
the goal (gati): the self is the goal because when the imperfections of the world of multiplicities are crossed over, the absolute abode of reality is experienced.
the supporter (bharta): just as the desert supports the mirage, the soul lends a semblance of reality to the varied perceptions of the sense organs and thus holding together the ever-so-many changes into a consistent pattern which is called life.
the lord (prabhu): the soul, as the pure awareness. is beyond the sorrows and joys of the apparent and delusory universe just as electric energy is beyond the characteristics of its own manifestation through varied equipments.
the witness (saakshee): the soul is a mere witness and not a participant as it is an uninterested illuminator of what is happening in the body, mind and intellect as well as in the world outside.
the abode (nivasah): whenever our sense organs experience the pluralistic phenomena of the world, the soul or the awareness is their abode.
the shelter (sharanam): the soul is the refuge or the harbor of tranquility which protects the confused ego from the sorrows and pains of samsara.
the friend (suhrith): the infinite is always the friend of the finite giving the latter security and well-being.
the origin and dissolution, the substratum and the store-house: as mud is in all pots, gold is in all ornaments, brahman is in the universe. therefore, all things can come to manifestation and dissolve into the unmanifest only on the basis of a substratum. hence the substratum, the self, is the store-house of all names, forms and qualities that constitute the world.
the immutable seed (beejam avyayam): in contrast with the other seeds which undergo changes when they germinate, although the soul is the origin of all beings, it remains imperishable or unchanged even after beings arise out of it. it is therefore immutable i.e. it endures so long as the samsara endures.
sri krishna explains the different stages of development and change that would take place in an individual through karma yoga. one who is established in karma yoga gets his intellect purified which reduces agitations caused by desires or emotions from within. with the selfless action and no anxiety for the fruits, his intellect becomes immune from disturbances which are reflected in his mind.
when a man gains inward peace at intellectual and mental levels, it becomes easy for him to control his sense organs from their tendency to run after sense objects. a seeker who controls his body, mind and intellect in this manner is qualified for the highest meditation because all the stumbling blocks for purposeful meditation arise from desire-motivation and emotional agitation. if these obstacles are removed, meditation becomes natural and the rediscovery of the self is easier to achieve.
this realization of the soul is complete and not partial. he sees the divinity of the soul as all pervading. he finds divinity everywhere at all times.
when an individual after achieving the inner change comes to realize the infinite divinity and performs actions in the world, his actions cannot have any reactions on him because no sense of ego is left in him. it is the desire motivated egocentric activities alone that create vasanas in the intellect which block the discriminative power to experience one's own essential nature of eternal divinity.
krishna states that the spirit of selfless effort in the service of mankind is the greatest yagna i.e. work is to be considered as worship
because of this lack of understanding, we do not recognize the one eternal divine everywhere and identify ourselves with the body and the mind and thereby feel that they alone are real. consequently, we come to the conclusion that sensuality, materialistic pursuits and selfish satisfactions are the only goals worth pursuing in life. krishna says that when both these non-apprehension and mis-apprehension are ended that absolute experience is the experience of the highest goal and therefore, `he goes to the highest'.
the soul is a non-doer and as it is immutable; it is neither the agent nor the object of the act of slaying. he who thinks `i slay' or `i am slain' really does not comprehend the true nature of the soul. the soul is indestructible. it exists in all periods of time - past, present and future. it is the existence itself i.e.`sat'. the physical body undergoes inevitable changes every moment but the soul is not affected in the least by such changes. when the body is destroyed, the soul is not. both of them who think that they have been slain when their bodies have been slain and those who feel that they are the slayers of the bodies of others do not know the real nature of the soul..
the agent of slaying is the ego (aham) and the object of slaying is the body. therefore the soul which is different both from the ego and the body is neither the slayer nor the slain. but by identifying with the body it assumes itself as the doer of actions performed by the body. if the man does not identify himself with the body he is not at all doer of any activity. one who holds the soul as slain is also ignorant because the soul remains unaffected and unchanged. only that which is perishable and changeable can be slain. how could the imperishable and unchangeable be slain?
the enlightened man who has obtained insight into the categories of the gunas and actions, attributes every action of the mind, intellect, senses and the body to the fact that it is the product of these gunas in the shape of all instruments of perception such as the mind, intellect and senses that are moving within the sphere of their respective objects, which are also products of the gunas and that he has no relation with either. therefore, he does not get attached to either any action or to their fruits in the shape of agreeable or disagreeable experiences.
the difference between the active enlightened man and the active ignorant man is that the former is beyond the influence of the gunas and considers himself as a non-doer while the latter is controlled by the gunas and feels that everything is being done by him.
krishna says the senses, the mind and the intellect are seats of action for the desire to play havoc with the inner serenity and equipoise of a man. the sense organs transmit the stimuli received from the objects of enjoyment to the mind which working in close collaboration with the intellect starts living in the experience of sense enjoyments. to eliminate the inner enemy of desire at its source - sense-organs, mind and intellect- is the crux of the problem
the eternal jiva suffers no limitation although it undergoes pain and pleasure when it is associated with the body. hence the soul in man is eternal jiva.
the consciousness gives life to the entire body and maintains the sense faculties and mental capacities around itself. the power of seeing, hearing etc. is really the power of consciousness functioning through the sense organs. hence it is referred to as functioning with the mind and five senses. the conditioned self is experienced as the limited ego, jiva, the mortal, or an imaginary part of the indivisible whole, because of our ignorance.
the jiva or the individual soul is that aspect of the supreme self which manifests itself in every one as the doer and enjoyer. it is limited because of ignorance; but in reality both (individual soul and supreme soul) are one and the same.
the substratum that supports all is the supreme lord remaining the same in all beings. everything in this phenomenal world is subject to change and modifications - birth, growth, decay and death. the changeless consciousness that supports all changes is the principle that illumines the changing world of plurality just as gold is the changeless factor in different types of ornaments which are always made and destroyed to make new ones of different types.
the shape and size of ornaments change but the changeless factor in them all is gold. he who recognizes the harmony of universal spirit in all things, from the highest deity to the grain of sand, sees and becomes universal. the same divine spirit dwells in all. the difference between one object and another from the relative standpoint lies in the degree of manifestation of the spirit in it. in a sage, the spirit is highly manifested while in a lowly object the spirit is hidden.
the relationship between spirit and matter which is the source of creation is explained . the vedantic technical terms for these words are `purusha' for the indwelling spirit and `prakriti' for the matter.
matter is inert, insentient while spirit is sentient, dynamic. a combination of these two ingredients causes things to be born and function. in a steam engine, steam is the spirit-factor which makes the iron and steel assemblage of the engine which are matter-envelopments to function. the iron and steel components which are manufactured by somebody cannot function by themselves unless steam is made to pass through them. when the steam passes through the iron and steel assemblage we say that a steam engine is born or created.
elements: five in number viz. space, air, fire, water and earth.
egoism: the sense of `i' ness and `my' ness or the individuality that arises in our relationship with the world of objects.
intellect: the determining faculty which thinks, discriminates and decides.
unmanifested: they are the unseen cause, total vasanas (impressions) which rule the mind and intellect in determining their activities in the outside world. when these vasanas are manifested they are seen as the world of objects.
ten senses: five sense organs of perception viz. ear, skin, eye, tongue and nose and five sense organs of action viz, hands, feet, mouth, anus and generative organs. these are the channels by which an individual perceives the stimuli and responds to them.
the one: this stands for the mind which thinks about the stimuli received from the sense organs and sends forth the responses after getting the judgment from the intellect.
five objects of the senses: each sense organ perceives only one type of sense object. they are ear -sound, skin - touch, eye - a form, tongue - taste and nose - smell.
the above 24 items constitute kshetra, the matter or the gross body or the field.
their modifications are enumerated now. they are desire, hatred, pleasure, pain, the assemblage of the body, intelligence, steadfastness etc. in short, not only the gross body, mind and intellect but also the perceptions experienced through them, the world of objects, emotions and thoughts are included in the term `field' - this body. all the world of objects, which includes emotions and thoughts, are `knowable' put together in a bunch. this is called the field, the object. the knowing principle or the knower is the subject. real knowledge consists in understanding the distinction between the object and the subject.
om is considered as an expression of the supreme self or its symbol like an idol.
freed from attachment means detachment from the world of objects with full understanding of the goal of life. men of least desires will have the maximum success in traveling the path of knowledge.
even the very sharp intellect will fail to feel the presence of the subtle, eternal and infinite soul. krishna advises arjuna to think and reflect over what all he had declared and thereafter take such decision as he thinks proper without blindly accepting what has been told to him. teaching is not indoctrination. krishna leaves the decision to act and lead a higher life to arjuna's own free and sweet choice after considering all the points brought to his notice.
there is no compulsion involved and free choice is the characteristic of hinduism as the human personality cannot grow morally and ethically through coercion or inquisittions- greed of sops r fear of sword. the supreme does not impose his command; we are free at any moment to reject or accept the divine call.
the integral surrender should be made with the fullest consent of the seeker. god does not do the climbing for us but supports us whenever we stumble, comfort us when we fall. he is prepared to wait till we turn to him. krishna’s approach is subjective counseling but not objective commanding. the scriptures do not serve the purpose of telling man what he should do and what he should not, like the fake rothschild cooked up text text ashtavakra gita . it is up to man himself to choose the right and to reject the wrong.
shraddha is the soul’s belief in the divine’s existence, wisdom, power, love and grace.
hindu tradition never demanded that their students should blindly believe or “swallow ” anything — . “ if you don’t like it , lump it “ type dogma.
hindus are asked to apply their own conscience . a hindu is at nobodys mercy.. he forges the hinges of his destiny on his own terms.. fate is what makes him to be born ugly or in the womb of a slut in god forsaken somalia . no other religion allows this ..
shraddha keeps you in the moment –the essence of bhagwad gita
shraddha is seeing with light from your soul to guide your through darkness.. in shraddha, you are obsessed with no god. you are not afraid of god . you are judged by your own karma not by god’s mercy.. in sanatana dharma bhakti ( religious dogma blind devotion to god ) is taboo..
no spiritual progress is possible without shraddha. hindus are asked to apply their own soul powered conscience .. a hindu is at nobody’s mercy.. he forges the hinges of his destiny on his own terms.. conscience is the silent voice of the soul, which is unable to be heard by anyone else
in sanatana dharma a hindu is accountable only to himself not any god..
sanatana dharma is an inner deal with your on soul, not with an external god who controls the pearly gates and the hour of judgement
a hindu does not fear god as his karma lies in his own hands.. he knows that he can forge the hinges of his destiny on his own terms ..
a hindu is given a unique opportunity to even sway his fate for his next birth during the sannyasa stage where he defragments his soul..
this is why there can be no bhakti in sanatana dharma steeped in spirituality , like in other single messiah single holybook dogma religions.
bhakti yoga verses in bhagavad gita are poison injected by the jewish deep state
there can only be shradha, of own conscience based self verified faith, based on own experience not some conman messiahs fake experience
my readers would have read my posts where i say only vadakayil can pass or fail himself..
he sets the question paper, he takes the exam he has set for himself and then he grades himself..
vadakayil khud exam question paper daalta hai,
vadakayil khud imtihaan liktha hail,
vadakayil khud numbarr deta hai.
in dvaita, of iskcon and fake madhavacharya , jeevatma ( soul) and paramatma ( brahman the field )are two different entities.
advaita on the other hand, considers jeevatma and paramatma are one and the same, and hence there is no one you seek for except yourself.
moksha is our soul merging with god, much like the lost child uniting with its parents. it is real homecoming
no more endless birth and death cycles and the soul has reached its end goal of permanent and complete bliss, after moksha.
moksha is beyond the event horizon.
it is not an event that comes within the scope of time to split it by before and after.
why do jews christians and muslims talk about seven heavens.
they don’t even know what it is..
they have lifted it from the seven astral layers of sanatana dharma
the bottom six are parking spaces for humans souls between death and rebirth.. the higher frequency souls are on top.
the bottom most astral layer is for lower forms of life and criminals / homosexuals who have not evoled beyond their mooladharachakra, their souls are at lowest frequency.. this is a sort of purgatory, a disgrace..
the topmost seventh astra alyer is vaikunta where moksha souls merge with god..the frequency of the moksha soul and brahman the field is the same..
jews call the seventh astral layer as shamayim..
as per torah cooked up by jewess helena in 325 d, the israelites who assembled at mount sinai to receive the torah were treated to a glimpse of all seven heavens opened up above them.
in the book of devarim (deuteronomy), moshe tells the jewish people, “you have been shown in order to know that hashem, he is the god!
jewish literature describes journeys to heaven undertaken by rabbis such as ʿaqivaʾ and yishmaʿeʾl through the seven “palaces” (heikhalot) to the divine throne-room, where god is seated on his chariot-throne (merkavah)
the dead sea scrolls include an intriguing angelic liturgy known as the songs of the sabbath sacrifice, in which the liturgist depicts a heavenly temple where angels officiate
dead sea scrolls are hindu.. not jewish..
never mind the lies of zionists
read all 3 parts of the post below–
the talmud (chagigah 12b) teaches the jews that there are seven heavens, namely: wilon, rakia, shehakim, zebul, ma’on, makon, araboth.
jewish women took pride in baking for shavuot a seven-layer cake called siete cielos (seven heavens),
fashioned in seven circular tiers, one smaller than the other with the smallest on top, it was decorated with various symbols such as a star of david, the rod of moses, the two tablets of the law, manna, jacob’s ladder, and the ark of the covenant. others topped the cake with a seven-rung ladder to recall moses ( cooked up by jewess helena ) ascending mount sinai.
in islam muhammad ( astride his horse buraq ) and angel jibrīl ( gabriel ) launched from dome of the rock jerualem, enter the first heaven and proceed through all seven levels to allah
at each of the seven heavens, the prophet accompanied by Jibril ( gabriel ) , encounters a gate and a watcher.
Winged angel Gabriel ( cooked up by Jewess Helena in 325 AD ) coming down to earth from heaven and giving solid golden plates of revelations to sex maniac/ pedophile Joseph Smith on 22nd Sept 1817 is bullshit of the first order..
IN THE KORAN MOSES IS MENTIONED 136 TIMES, JESUS 187 TIMES, ABRAHAM 69 TIMES, ADAM 25 TIMES, GABRIEL 3 TIMES – ALL THESE 5 CHARACTERS WERE COOKED UP BY JEWESS HELENA , THE MOTHER OF ROMAN EMPEROR CONSTANTINE THE GREAT ..WHILE HERO MOHAMMAD IS MENTIONED ONLY 4 TIMES
in the seventh heaven muhammad ( pbuh ) stands alone in the presence of allah the almighty at a distance of “two bow-lengths away or even closer.”
but hey,on his way up muhammad ( pbuh )saw jesus sitting in the second layer
“when i entered, jesus, son of mary, and yahya, son of zakaria (peace be upon them) — cousins from the maternal side, each is the son of the other’s aunt — welcomed me and prayed for my well-being.”
in the third layer muhammad ( pbuh ) spied with his eye yusuf (joseph).
in the fourth payer muhammad ( pbuh ) saw enoch..
in the fifth astral layer muhammad ( pbuh ) saw aaron.
in the sixth astral layer on the way up muhammad saw moses ( cooked up by Jewess Helena in 325 AD ) . AIYOOO
“then, i was taken to the sixth heaven. jibreel (peace be upon him) asked for the door to be opened. it was said, ‘who is it?’ he replied, ‘jibreel.’ it was said, ‘who is with you?’ he replied, ‘muhammad.’ it was said, ‘has he been sent for?’ he replied, ‘he has indeed been sent for.’ the gate was opened for us, and there i was with musa (moses) (peace be upon him). he welcomed me and prayed for my well-being.”
on the seventh heaven muhammad saw abraham
i know a man in christ who fourteen years ago was caught up to the third heaven. whether it was in the body or out of the body i do not know—god knows.– 2 corinthians 12:2
the bible speaks of paul being caught up to the 3 rd heaven after he was stoned to death.
i have news for abrahmic burial religions..
the soul is trapped on earth if you are buried after death to be lonely and miserable forever
soul rises to the first six astral layers only if your are created.. the skull pops and the soul rides the soliton carrier wave till its suitable astral layer depending on soul frequency ( related to karmic baggage )
a liberated soul resides in vaikunta . the seventh astral layer to merge with brahman till time of final cosmic calamity when the whole temporary universe is destroyed.
hindu thiyya king of egypt from the land of punt , akhenaten ( amenhotep iv ) and moses is the same man
moses was modelled after his indian wifes father jethro
queen nefertiti wife of egyptian king akhenaten and the daughter of kerala namboodiri sage jethro -zipporah, is the same woman
jewess queen helena , mother of roman emperor constantine the great found a blind sector of 17 years in the list of egyptian kings ( in reality ruled by king akhenaten ) and filled that spot with a cooked up moses .. with an ulterior motive most foul..
jewess queen helena , mother of roman emperor constantine the great cooked up moses , to give patriarchy to judaism , and this is the reason why palestinains have lost their homeland…
moses who never existed is mentioned 136 times in the koran while hero mohammad gets a mention only four times. (3:144, 33:40, 47:2, 48:29)
in the koran moses is mentioned 136 times, jesus 187 times, abraham 69 times, adam 25 times, gabriel 3 times – all these 5 characters were cooked up by jewess helena , the mother of roman emperor constantine he great in 325 ad at the first council of nicea ..
mohammad is declared by abrahamic religions as the descendant on abrahams son ishmael , while in reality he was the son of the younger brother ( spice customs collector ) of the kerala nambooriri priest of mecca oasis shiva temple..
lord ram made a similar statement to the residents of ayodhya. he invited them all for his discourse:
eka bāra raghunātha bolāe, guru dwija purabāsī saba āe (ramayan) [v34]
“once, lord ram called all the residents of ayodhya. everyone, including guru vasishth came to hear him.” in the discourse, lord ram explained to them the purpose of human life and the way to accomplish it.
in the end, he concluded:
nahiṅ anīti nahiṅ kachhu prabhutāī, sunahu karahu jo tumhahi sohāī (ramayan) [v35]
“ the advice i have given to you is neither incorrect nor coercive. listen to it carefully, contemplate over it, and then do what you wish.”
this free will to choose between available alternatives has been given to the soul by brahman
even the all-powerful god cannot force the soul to love and surrender to him; this decision has to be made by the soul itself. here, krishna is calling arjun’s attention to his soul powered free will and asking him to choose.
the quantum field or pure consciousness is influenced by intention and desire. consciousness is the intelligent force that started the blueprint which ultimately manifested itself as a particular form.. there is a consciousness in every molecule of matter.
all atoms in the entire universe are capable of mind reading and communicating with other atoms. the expanded abilities of self awareness is abstract reasoning, free will, creativity, foresight etc. your thoughts have power; they can set up circumstances for our success or our demise, hurt or help others and lead us into journeys of enlightenment or toil. our consciousness literally creates the universe around us.
the shishya of a gurukul broke free of ordinary human conditioning and attained a state called awakening by nididhyasana . he broke through into universal consciousness itself, and beyond that even, into the pure awareness of the absolute. don’t ever think that laws are karma are savage superstition. vedas provided the springboard for quantum physics..
it is scalar energy intention that creates karma. good intentions will always create “good karma”. you can hide your intentions from others but not from yourself or the universe.. karma is a universal law rooted in quantum physics ; it cannot be broken. you are a small cog within many other cogs. when you move, you move all the other cogs. this is about consciousness and quantum physics.
there is no dogma or superstition here. sanatana dharma is enmeshed with karma— karma gives us hope, in this lifetime. karma doctrine makes sanatana dharma a great religion. there is no eternal hell in sanatana dharma. a criminal soul parked in the first astral layer ( temporary purgatory ) is let out by ganesha, to give the soul a chance to break through the barrier to astral layers two to six and finally into the seventh astral layer..
karma is the physical manifestation of the law of balance and harmony, as it applies to the results of decisions reached and attitudes held by beings capable of free will and choice. karma is an unbreakable law of the cosmos. you deserve everything that happens to you, good or bad. you created your own happiness and your misery.
we don’t have the savior jesus or merciful allah concept.. your intentional actions create your future. what you are experiencing right now is what your karma wants you to experience . ..
you can’t escape from your past, but learning from it will change your future. karma is real. karma is your bond with the past.. your past life karma decided which womb you will be born and which part of the world you will born in, as your fate ..
the whole universe is observing you. karma treats everyone equally. you won’t get special treatment. no one can harm you when your intentions are pure. the universe wants harmony. it seeks balance. karma plants a seed. over time it will grow. at just the right moment, the exact moment, you will reap the fruit of your karma.
karma makes you experience what you have done to others. remember the purpose of karma is not revenge. the universe is not vengeful. the purpose of karma is to help you become a better person. the consequences of your actions good or bad may will follow you into the next life.
god has not treated all the same. destiny is created by man’s thoughts, habits and character. there is every chance for his correction and improvement by changing his thoughts and habits. the scoundrel can become a saint.. the doctrine of karma only can bring solace, contentment, peace and strength to the afflicted and the desperate. it solves our difficulties and problems of life. it gives encouragement to the hopeless and the forlorn. it pushes a man to right thinking, right speech..
man is the only living creature who can control or change his life. he is not a slave to his surroundings or at the mercy of nature. there is nothing that wastes the body and mind like worry. worries are more about yesterday and tomorrow. don’t take tomorrow to bed with you. there is a difference between planning and worrying.
planning is constructive, worry is destructive. the best time to solve a problem is as soon at it happens.man has 3 sides to his nature –body, mind and spirit . a proper balance between the 3 is desired. if any of the 3 is undeveloped he will suffer in life. without spiritual development , man is without love or positive emotions ( affection, care, respect, sympathy ) . .
moreover, strong health and a stable mind will facilitate one to face the wonder of wonders – the spiritual bliss – if and when, thanks to the good actions in former lives, the spiritual gate is set open. vidya (ignorance) which is at the root of all the kleshas that cause suffering. so, our objective in eliminating future suffering would be to uproot avidya.
faith and trust are the seeds which bring the sweet fruits of success. faith is about “ can do” think “ it is possible” it gives you new energy. will power is the decision to carry on the fight. self esteem is required to make a person mentally healthy. faith is the bird which sings when the dawn is still dark. a mentally healthy person learns to evaluate himself , his own performance and behaviour.
to be successful you must be exited about life. life is a festival only to those who live with enthusiasm. if you want peace you must be prepared for war—not sit like an idiot and spin the charkha .
only a moron will start digging a well, when he gets thirsty. it is not enough to aim, you must hit. failure to hit the bulls eye is never the fault of the target. you have to choose your own goal, at the same time follow social norms. belief in predetermined destiny is the only refuge of weak minds. take responsibility for your failures.
laughter is the cheapest luxury, it electrifies the nerves and cleanses the system. prayer renews our internal strength during rough weather. a prayer is to the soul what air is to the lungsthe blatant display of status symbols is the result of low self esteem.
the self confident person can afford to project a modest image. the purpose of life is not only to be happy, but also to be creative , productive and useful—to make a difference that you lived at all on this planet. there is no experience better for the heart than to reach down and lift people
your soul is always multitasking to create new experiences for you. if you observe how you move through life, you will understand. doing this allows many people to clear their issues by writing their story as a catharsis of their experiences here. the higher and clearer your frequency and intent, the faster you manifest synchronicities.
you finally end a bad relationship and immediately another partner comes into your life as if by synchronicity.
you meet someone who interests you and touches your soul. through synchronicity that person seems to come into your life over and over again. you begin to feel a destiny with that person. you begin to think with your heart instead of your head. you connect with that person.
only people with high soul frequency and low karmic baggage can achieve kundalini raise. it was restricted to releasing stuck kundalini ( of women ) at the mooladhara chakra . such women with stuck kundalini are endless nags
the female shakti has now found blissful union with the male shiva– a great union of spirit and matter. a overwhelming bliss is felt , which mystically represents re-integration with atman or the eternal essence of self. the soul finds itself free.
we ( souls ) are all the inhabitants of the shadow planet where rahu and ketu are north and south poles . it represents the earth on the rashi chart . rahu and ketu are the indicators of destiny and fate, symbolizing our entrapment in this physical plane.
rahu takes us into the physical world and ketu takes us out of it. we ( souls ) are all the inhabitants of the shadow planet where rahu and ketu are north and south poles . it represents the earth on the rashi chart .
rahu is the immature child with in us, he want everything which he like. he is our deepest subconscious material desire. rahu is obsession over the things that we need to learn a soul lesson in this life, so that eventually we are free of them, but usually through many painful mistakes and subconscious imagined fears, hypnotic attachments.
ketu is the inner parents who knows everything. ketu is our past life experience which we already know. this is why ketu brings doubt and sharp criticism to the areas of life where he sitting in the birth chart. he is eternally unsatisfied, he only observe what missing. both nodes are the illusion of what we don’t know and what we know. it is the push and pull of rahu obsession and ketu doubt teaches us the lesson of life so that we can liberate from this world and be one/merge with universes.
rahu represents your karmic objectives in this lifetime. it points the way towards soul growth and evolution. the sign holding your rahu reveals the flavour of your karma in this lifetime, while its house placement shows the area of life in which you need to develop, or become conscious of this karma. aspects to rahu concern or affect relationships to prevailing trends, attitudes and opportunities. rahu marks sets of circumstances that are in some way new or unfamiliar, an exploratory course that leads to the realisation of the desires and past-life commitments expressed by the placement of ketu
rahu and ketu are the points where the great planes of spirit and matter intersect, or where spirit passes through matter, implying that both nodes are vessels of the spiritual life. this is perhaps why they easily become identified with reincarnation and the eternality of soul.
kerala namboodiris are brahmins — yet they are danavas.. got it ?
ravana was a brahmin , yet he was born in a danava womb .. got it ?
mahabali is a blood descendant of hiranyaksha .. mahabali has no connection with vijaya..both are different souls… got it?
swarbanu 1 and kalanemi 1 were both original surname danavas who were in the team of 54 asuras who pulled on vasuki the snake during samudra mantha..
swarbanu 1 who was sitting an waiting for amrit as per contract with devas was beheaded by vishnu and his head became rahu and remaining body became ketu.. rahu and ketu are not separate asuras as is written in poison injected puranas..
swarbanu 1 / rahu / ketu are cosmic allegories .. got it ?..
king swarbanu 2 ( builder of sudan pyramids and baalbek lebanon temple ) succeeded king kananemi 2 ( builder of meidum / bent egyptian pyramids ) as ruler of kerala..got it ?..
king kalanemi 2 succeeded virochana / mahabali ..
so so so — king kalanemi 2 though a blood descendant of hiranyakashipu ( vijaya ) is not the same soul..
jaya/ vijaya souls were no more after death of sisupala and dantavakra at the hands of krishna.. their sould merged back at the seventh astral layer to the mother field.
ravana and hiranyaksha is the same jaya soul ..the same ball of energy entity in different carcasses ( clothes ) in different timelines .. they cannot exist in the same timeline..
who knows — the child a poor somalian woman may give birth to in future could be the soul of jew rothschild who faked the balfour letter and fooled the whole planet to carve out the state of israel.. got it ?…
human bloodline has nothing to do with soul , got it? you and your great grandfather do not have the same soul though your genes are same ..
souls of jivan mukts ( with highest frequency ) can leviate and take astral flights.. the human cadaver cannot..
in vedas rta is is the principle of natural order which regulates and coordinates the operation of the universe and everything within it. in the hymns of the vedas, ṛta is described as that which is ultimately responsible for the proper functioning of the natural and moral orders.
in the rigveda, the term ṛta appears as many as 393 times, and has been characterized as “the one concept which pervades the whole of ṛgvedic thought”.
ṛta as an ethical principle is linked with the notion of karmic baggage .. committing one’s actions to the governance of ṛta, referred to as its “dharma”, is imperative in ensuring one’s own well-beingbeing an extension of ṛta, karma was conceived of as operating with the same absolute efficiency
the cosmic law rta is this all-encompassing dharma controls everything in existence from the tiniest sub-atomic particles to the most expansive galaxies. since hindus consider themselves to be part of this universal cosmic order, they aim to bring themselves into harmony with it by adhering to their own personal dharma.
krishna tells arjuna that it’s a barren excuse to not uphold his duties because the circumstances aren’t advantageous, as no situation is ever completely perfect.. no one should abandon duties because he sees defects in them. every action, every activity, is surrounded by defects as a fire is surrounded by smoke..
don’t dwell on your past mistakes or worry about what might happen in the future because that will attract negativity into your life. be in the moment
fate is the force that puts you in a particular place at a particular time to help with your soul’s evolution. some times it is a painful, hard lesson to be learned and sometimes it is positive and joyous. either way you grow
the capacity to perform truly selfless actions—actions that benefit all beings—is called karma yoga. karma yoga is selfless service, or service to others without expectation of any outcome. the practice of karma yoga is a path to freedom from karma and its effects.
awareness is the ultimate tool we use to liberate ourselves from the bondage of karma.
yoga teaches us how to manage our karma. through the practice of karma yoga, we develop greater awareness. we witness the quality of our actions,
fate can be called as something that is predetermined. it is something that has been written in your life even before you were born. by fate, it has been already decided that you should be born to certain poor parents, born at a certain godforsaken place ugly –bondhu ,.
fate is that one cannot change.
do what your conscience
fate is the force that puts you in a particular place at a particular time to help with your soul’s evolution.
fate decides in which womb you are born in this ife .. some times it is a painful, hard lesson to be learned and sometimes it is positive and joyous. either way you grow..
fate can be called as something that is predetermined. it is something that has been written in your life even before you were born.
fate is that one cannot change. no puja or pilgrimage can can change fate.
says because that is the ultimate guiding soul voice inside a person. nishkama karma means you have to work without any desire for name and fame.
hindus are not so generous with thank you like the hypocritical west
this outward expression is only part of the thing expressed and its results are only partof the karmaphal.
this is why they say to let go of it all and remain in the moment. the karma we are here to experience will happen with or without worry or planning.
karma is that catalyst that connects actions and thoughts with the quantum ripples of energy that in essence creates this dynamism in life here and hereafter.
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