A comprehensive knowledge for Entirety of mankind

A comprehensive knowledge for Entirety of mankind

The knowledge enumerated below is a new and comprehensive guidance which is applicable to all humans without discrimination on the basis of race, religion or gender so that all humans on earth may find peace and happiness. This guidance is based on the eternal word of God but where it differs from previous guidances written in the scriptures, is in the fact that this guidance is fine-tuned for the present times -the age of Kaliyuga

1. The universe was created from Poorn Brahma which exists eternally. This ever present existence is also called “Om, Tat, Sat” which is otherwise defined by the term Sat-Chit-Anand. Sat-Chit-Anand means Truth; Consciousness; Bliss. The term “Om Tat Sat” is also a term that denotes the nature of God. The word Om literally is the life breath of God. This life breath is what creates all that is created. This is why The word Om is prefixed before undertaking all spiritual processes since all techniques of spiritual growth such as yagya, donations(offerings) and penance are all dedicated to reaching the highest abode of Sat-Chit-Ananda. The word “TAT” means that all belongs to Paratma and when this attitude is taken before undertaking any spiritual process, then the process becomes of the highest order. This means that even when we do any yagya for a particular benefit, we should dedicate the fruits of that yagya to all of mankind rather than our selfish ends. The word “SAT” means that God alone is complete Truth.

2. From Sat-Chit-Anand Brahma emerges the first few aspects of creation. These are
a. Brahman-the one who knows God
b. The Vedas-The constitution (rule-book) of creation.
c. Yagya-The methods of sacrifice (offerings) to the gods and to God Himself.

3. The world as we see it is actually a place of sorrow. The very nature of this world is sorrow and sorrow is the result of any worldly expectation we may have. Just as it is in the nature of a library to contain books of various types, similarly it is in the nature of this world to contain sorrows of various types.
4. Escape from sorrow while living in this world is the goal of all humans and Aadishree suggests the following paths to do so.
a. Accept the fact that life itself means sorrow of all kinds and that we will continually experience sorrows from birth to death.
b. The cause of sorrow is desire. Desire for particular objects and particular results is the beginning of sorrow.
c. Even though life is sorrow but it is possible to overcome sorrow in this life.
d. The cause of sorrow is the belief that “This is mine” and “This is not mine”. Fear, expectation, desire, Ego and anger are born from the sense of “Mine” and “Not mine”. The only way out is to practice “Surat Shabd yoga” and to rise early morning in the period called “Brahma Moorat.”
e. Expectation is the mother of desire and the non achievement of the object of desire gives rise to anger. Anger clouds wisdom and with the loss of wisdom causes the fall of man. Therefore expectation should be avoided.
f. When a person rejects expectation in a natural manner, such a person achieves union with God in the most simple of manners even as he lives in this world and in his own body.
g. On the other hand anger is the easiest way to close the doors to spiritual growth as a person with anger is committing self harm. Holding anger in your heart is like holding a burning coal in your hand, waiting to throw it onto the person you hate. You may never be able to throw the burning coal onto the person but you would have burnt your hand in the meantime.
h. We can hate only when we differentiate between “What is mine” and “What is not mine”. If that basic division is lost, then expectation, desire, anger etc cannot arise and the person remains eternally happy. Nothing can prevent a person who has lost this division from reaching the cherished goal of realization.
i. How do we maintain this detachment between “What is mine” and “What is not mine?” Simple-Whatever we do in life, if we dedicate it to the eternal presence, Om-Tat-Sat or Sat-Chit-Anand brahma, then we will lose that sense of “Mine” and “Not mine”, since all that exists belongs (emerges from) Sat-Chit-Ananda Brahma.
j. How to implement this in our daily life? By dedicating all we do-what we eat, drink, achieve, sacrifice, donate, do penance-all must be dedicated to the eternal Brahma. If we do this, we soon achieve the eternal Brahma in our life.
k. Apart from this attitude we must adopt some practical steps as well. We must arise early morning before sunrise since that time is best suited for spiritual practice. In fact sleeping at this hour is the path of sin. This is why most of us undergo suffering since we start our day by sinning. Scientists tell us that at the time of Brahma Murta (early morning before sunrise) a hormone called Serotonin is released. This hormone fills us with good health and energy. Therefore getting up before sunrise to do meditation is a key activity to align ourselves with God’s plan.
l. Another important thing that we do wrong is that we partake in offerings in ceremonies dedicated to the dead. When we attend ceremonies such as Thirteen day after death ceremonies , we lose all our spiritual energy since that energy is donated to the soul of the deceased person.
m. Another important step is to attain and maintain good health since without good health we can never do consistent spiritual practice. A very basic practice we can do is to do Pranayama since that purifies the inner being of man. A person who is pure from inside is the one who is fit to sit with the gods.
n. We should also dedicate the first two hours of our day to our spiritual practice. One hour should be dedicated to Yoga, Pranayama and physical exercise to maintain our body health while the second hour should be dedicated to meditation.
o. Faith in God is also another pre-requisite since without 100 % faith God-realization cannot be achieved.
p. Devotion is the highest virtue that we can inculcate since devotion to God is essential for us to reach Moksha. What is Devotion? Devotion can be described as consistent love for God. This state of love towards what we cannot see with our eyes is the culmination of a long journey of spiritual evolution. This journey begins when we start evolving from selfish self-love to love for another being. As we go on our journeypf loving others-from our children, to friends and to others, we realize that all beings are evolved from the same Super-soul called God. That all beings are essentially from the same source. When we realize this eternal Truth, we start loving all beings without discrimination to their shape and form. That is when the gap between our soul and that of God disappears and we get realized. The essential quality that is required for us to start this journey is love for another and this love must be not demanding anything in return since selfish love is not love but a feeder to our ego. It is said that no-one can tie God with even the most powerful of forces but love is the delicate thread that can tie God to us.
q. We should also stop dwelling on the past or the future. Learning from our mistakes is fine but over dwelling is wrong since it prevents us from living in the present. And only the present is real.
r. We should also try not to do harm to others since whatever we do comes back to us as per the law of Karma. We should always have a positive approach to our life and to our actions.
s. We have to realize that God is the only basis of our happiness and if we truly believe this, then our desire to know God will increase and we will tend to dedicate our life to the quest of God-realization. IF that happens, then nothing can prevent us from achieving this goal.
t. So these are some of the attitudes and actions we have to inculcate to attain God-realization. Since God is the source of Sat-Chit-Anand (Truth, consciousness, bliss), achieving God means that we attain eternal happiness as well.
u. So we must continue our steady practice and not get disturbed by the coming of sorrow. If our life is hard, then we must remember that it will not be eternally so. Just as night follows day, sorrow follows happiness in an eternal cycle.
v. The one who is of even mind in the face of happiness and sorrow, is the one who quickly comes close to God.

Aadishree Arun

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