Thursday, 26 July 2012

The knowledge of soul and the meaning of Brahmin from Mahabharata

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Essence: Sweet children, your true pilgrimage places are the land of peace and the land of happiness. The spiritual Guide has come to take you on a true pilgrimage. Remember your home and the kingdom.

Question: Which effort of yours does only the Father know about? Which method has the Father shown you in order to free you from that effort?
 Answer: The Father knows that you children have wandered around from door to door and stumbled a great deal for half the cycle on the path of devotion. Even after a lot of effort, there was only temporary attainment. You became completely trapped in the jungle. Vices in the form of dacoits (armed robbers) looted you. The Father now tells you the way to become free from that effort: Children, simply remember Me. Have a real engagement with only Me. Only in this unlimited engagement is there pleasure. In order to be saved from this great dacoit of body consciousness, consider yourself to be a soul, detached from the body.

Song: Salutations to Shiva (Benefactor Father).

Sweet Children,
All praise belong to God. Only One God takes you to the pure world. The impure world is the world of poison and the pure world is the world of sweetness.
You have received the Godly Directions and the Supreme Guide at this confluence age.
Manmanabhav is performing the true pilgrimages of (intellect) remembering the world of peace and world of happiness.
You make spiritual effort to attain the real inheritance – golden age.
God-Father knows that children had made a lot of pilgrimage for so many births, looking for God, got entangled in forest.
Body consciousness is the No.1 dacoit. God certainly comes to give you knowledge – Directions to follow in every world cycle.
Krishna is shown as beautiful and ugly, the memorial of becoming vice-less from being virtuous. God comes and establishes the true religion.
It is very easy to give this knowledge to others. The Ocean of knowledge God-Father gives you the liberation and liberation in life. He explains about the world cycle which no one else knows.
God-Father is the Teacher,  you need not have to ask for any blessings from Him.
God-Father says, Remember Me and the inheritance of heaven, give this knowledge to others. There is the day of Adam-Brahma and the night of Adam-Brahma. You know the complete knowledge at this time. You become the master ocean of knowledge.
Get rid of gossip, remember the most beloved God-Father. Remove the attachment from bodily relations.
You become the stick for the blind, make the sorrowful experience happiness, God surrenders Himself to such a child.
See the condition of the world, very little time is left out, all the souls have to go back to the Home - soul world. Then, you will come back in the world of happiness.

Essence for dharna:
l. Always keep your intellect full of knowledge. Instead of asking for blessings or mercy from the Father, pay full attention to the study and have mercy on yourself.
 2. Serve unhappy ones to make them into the masters of the land of happiness. Become so worthy and serviceable that even the Father surrenders Himself to you.

Blessing: May you have faith in the intellect and become a victorious jewel by making an accurate judgment through your carefree stage.
 The easy way to become constantly victorious is to have one strength and one faith. When you have faith in the One, you receive strength. Faith makes you constantly carefree and those who have a carefree stage are successful in every task because, when you remain carefree your intellect is able to make an accurate judgment. So, the basis of making accurate decisions is to have faith in the intellect and to be carefree. There is even no need to think because you have to follow the Father and place your footsteps in His steps and move along according to the shrimat that you receive. Simply continue to place your footsteps in the steps of shrimat and you will become a victorious jewel.

Slogan: To have benevolent feelings for everyone in your mind is to be a world benefactor.

1.The virtue interpretation of dharma comes into focus when we look at some very specific definitions and instances of its expression.  In the Varnaparvan of the Mahabharata King Nahusha asks Yudhisthira what dharma is, and he defines it as the virtues of truthfulness, generosity, forgiveness, goodness, kindness, self-control, and compassion.  Going completely against caste determinism, Yudhisthira contends that a shudra having these qualities would actually be a brahman, and if a brahman lacks them he would be a shudra.

2.Mahabharata/Jaya (by Devdutt Pattanaik) - Nahusha :
"I am Nahusha, descendant of Pururava. I was once made a temporary of King of Swargaloka as Lord Indra had gone to perform meditation to cleanse himself of some sin. All this newfound power corrupted me. I was also attracted to Indira's wife Sachi. Once I kicked Sage Agastya's head while hurrying towards her. That is when the sage cursed me that I will return to the earth as a python, moving on my stomach and waiting for food to come to me. I will be released only when my descendant Yuddhistira will teach me the true meaning of Brahman". Thus spoke Nahusha to Bhima while trying to devour him in the forest.
Yuddhistira is one of the most complicated characters in this epic. He is hailed as the Embodiment of Righteousness (Dharmaraja) and yet he stakes his kingdom, his brothers and his wife. He is very silent and never speaks against King Dhritharashtra. He forgives his enemies soon. He still believes that Duryodhana would give them their land after the exile. But as is with all the humans, nothing is at it seems. Yuddhistira was the only Pandava who understood the importance of peace. Again like all humans, he too had to learn a lot from what the life brought to him. This two chapters (another chapter after this one) will give us a small insight on this important character of the Epic.
One day, Nahusha (who was in the form of a giant python) had got hold of Bhima. This is when he told his story. Bhima calls for Yuddhistira's help. When Yuddhistira reaches the spot, Nahusha asks him, "Who is Brahman".
Yuddhistira replies, "Not the son of a Brahman as most people believe. True Brahman is the one who has attained the Supreme truth (Brahma vidya) of the eternal soul by mastering his senses and disciplining his mind. This will make one gentle and generous, for he is one with truth."
On hearing this, the serpent releases Bhima and transforms into a celestial form and rises to Swarga.
Yuddhistira's answers again showcases that Hindusim (or maybe Sage Vyasa) does not consider birth to the correct decider for the caste/occupation of the individual. It is the spiritual development of a person and his corresponding actions which determine. This is just an undercurrent which is quite prevalent in the epic. Yet, it is surprising that Yuddhistira never stopped Bhima or Arjuna while they were heaping insults on Karna on graduation day. Did he learn all this during his exile? Was this why mistakes were committed by him? Who knows why events or mistakes happen?

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