I have said, Ye are gods; And all of you are children of the most High - Psalms 8
—- In firstname.lastname@example.org," jagbir singh"
> Dear All,
> i regard the Brihadaranyaka Upanishad's narration of the nature of
> The Indweller (Antharayamin) to be a most important revelation and
> realization. After years i have finally found the most lucid and
> intelligible explanation the holy scriptures have come to
> confirming and identifying The Indweller (Antharayamin). It is the
> very proof i needed to vindicate that a most profound reality
> Kash, Arwinder and Lalita have been experiencing for years is the
> flawless witnessing of The Indweller (Antharyamin).
> > yo retasi tisthan retaso'ntarah, yam reto na veda, yasya retah sariram, yo
> > reto'ntaro yamayati, esa ta atmantaryamy amrtah: adrsto drasta, asrutah
> > srota, amato manta avijnato vijnata. nanyti'to'sti drsta. nanyo'to'sti srota
> > nanyo'to'sti manta, nanyo'to'sti vijnata: esa to atmantaryamy amrtah:
> > ato'nyad artam. tato hoddalaka arunir upararama.
> > Esa ta atma: In short, this is the Atman. What we call the Antaryamin, or
> > the Immanent Reality, is the Atman, the Self. When we say it is the Self, we
> > mean it is Consciousness. We mean both things in the same, sense. It is an
> > awareness which cannot be the object of another awareness. Therefore, it
> > is not capable of being seen.
> > Adrsto drasta: This Reality is the unseen Seer of all beings. You cannot
> > see it, but it sees you. It sees everyone, but no one can see it.
> > Asrutah srota: It can hear everything, but no one can hear it.
> > Amato manta: You cannot think it, but it can think you.
> > Avijnato vijnata: You cannot understand it, but it can understand you.
> > Nanyo'to'sti drasta: There is no other Seer but that. There is no hearer
> > other than that.
> > Nanyo'to'sti manta: There is no thinker but that.
> > Nanyo'to'sti vijnata: There is no understander but that. So, if anyone
> > thinks, it is that which thinks; if anyone hears, it is that which hears; if
> > anyone sees, it is that which sees. If anyone understands anything, it is not
> > you or I that understand, it is that which understands. If anyone does
> > anything, it is that which does.
> > Esa ta atmantaryamy amrtah: "This is the Self; this is the internal Ruler;
> > this is the Reality. This is immortal, O' Uddalaka. Everything else is useless. > > Other than this, nothing has any sense or meaning - ato nyad artam. This
> > is the only Being that is worthwhile considering and approaching and
> > realizing."
> Of even greater significance is that this priceless gem of moksa
> also shines it liberating light on the Divine Feminine pervading
> all the holy scriptures - Shakti, Holy Spirit, Ruh, Aykaa Mayee -
> and confirms She is One and the same. It does not matter what
> religion you previously belonged. The Indweller (Antharayamin)
> exist in all and Her incarnation Shri Mataji Nirmal Devi, bearing
> the Divine Message of the Last Judgment and Resurrection, makes
> humans embrace all religions, holy scriptures and messengers
> unconditionally. The incarnation of the Indweller (Antharayamin)
> is the biblical Paraclete who has glorified Shri Jesus and
> commenced the Last Judgment; as the Islamic Ruh She has explained
> and declared that Al-Qiyamah (The Resurrection) has begun; as
> Shakti She has given evidence of being The Indweller
> (Antharayamin) within humans.
> Now the unity and harmony of Her Divine Message becomes apparent,
> that"The Spirit is associated with contemplation and devotion and
> acts of liberation rather than exclusively with one kind of
> religious expression over against another ... Spirit christology
> suggests an openness of approach to people of other faiths and a
> willingness to affirm what is good and true in other faiths on the
> grounds that the mission of the Spirit precedes and goes beyond the
> As the Divine Feminine entrenched in the holy scriptures She grants
> both bodily resurrection (kundalni awakening/self-realization/
> second birth) and spiritual immortality (moksa/eternal life). The
> Indweller (Antharayamin) is Shakti/Holy Spirit/Ruh/Eykaa Mayee.
> Esa ta atmantaryamy amrtah: "This is the Self; this is the internal
> Ruler; this is the Reality. This is immortal, O' Uddalaka.
> Everything else is useless. Other than this, nothing has any sense
> or meaning - ato nyad artam. This is the only Being that is
> worthwhile considering and approaching and realizing."
> Jai Shri Ganapathi,
> Know ye not that ye are the temple of God,
> And that the Spirit of God dwelleth in you.
> 1 Corinthians 3:16
> Just as God fills the whole world, so the soul fills the body.
> Just as God sees, but is not seen, so the soul sees, but is not
> itself seen.
> Just as God feeds the whole world, so the soul feeds the whole
> Just as God is pure, so the soul is pure.
> Just as God dwells in the innermost precincts,
> So also the soul dwells in the innermost part of the body.
> Talmud, Berakot 10a
> The Man-Spirit as the seed of God carries in his depth the same
> attributes that are found in every part of God.
> The Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ
> I have said, Ye are gods;
> And all of you are children of the most High.
> Psalms 82:6
Know ye not ... that the Spirit of God dwelleth in you? 1 Corinthians 3:16
"Unless you make yourself equal to God, you cannot understand God: for the like is not intelligible except to the like. Make yourself grow to a greatness beyond measure, by a bound free yourself from the body; raise yourself beyond all time, become Eternity; then you will understand God. Believe that nothing is impossible for you, think yourself immortal and capable of understanding all, all arts, all sciences, the nature of every living being. Mount higher than the highest height; descend lower than the lowest depth. Draw into yourself all sensations created, fire and water, dry and moist, imagining you are everywhere, on earth, in the sea, in the sky, that you are not yet born, in the maternal womb, adolescent, old, dead, beyond death. If you embrace in your thoughts all things at once, times, places, substances, qualities, quantities, you may understand God.
This is the most ambitious and risky method of experiencing the world in the mind, the most powerful way of interpreting the relationship of the microcosm to the macrocosm."
Joseph Campbell, The Inner Reaches of Outer Space
"There are other obstacles in reading the Bible that should be mentioned, not least the fact that it can be pretty heavy going. The most familiar translation, the King James Version, is archaic in style and language and is, for all its occasional literary beauty, often unintelligible to a modern man and woman. Moreover, the form in which the stories are presented — the frequently awkward segmenting of the narrative into numbered verses, for instance — is unfamiliar to a modern reader, often distracting and sometimes misleading. As a result, although the Bible has been and remains the unchallenged best-seller among English language books it is the least read. Most homes have a Bible but it is seldom opened. It is my considered judgment that not one in a hundred clergymen and not one in a thousand laymen has read the Bible from cover to cover. And little wonder: it is not an easy read and much of it is irrelevant in our time."
Charles Templeton, Farewell to God
"In the same way that air is blown through the holes of the flute in order to become music, in the same way the Holy Spirit (Adi Shakti) manifests God Almighty through seven of His main aspects which correspond to the expressions of God, (devatas, deities) respectively worshipped by the different world religions. There are seven holes but the air is one. In the same way there are seven main aspects of the Virata. These seven aspects correspond to the seven Adi Chakras (original centres) in the cosmic body of the Virata ...
After realization, the deities on the chakras are awakened and the whole of the human awareness system (biological, endocrinal, spiritual) is integrated. The connection between the cosmic structure of the Virata and the human nervous system should be accepted as a hypothetical proposition until it can be experimentally verified during and after realization. Then, proof can be given that various chakras react to the mantras or invocation of specific deities ...
The deities on the Adi Chakras of the Virata express various aspects of the Divine. For instance Lord Ganesha is the transcendent purity of divine childhood. Lord Shiva is the Self, the bliss of absolute existence. Lord Jesus Christ is the Truth of the Light of God. With the gradual opening of the corresponding chakras in our body we develop these respective qualities within us. It is the wish of the Divine Love that the children participate in the perfection of God. After realization, the divine qualities blossom within us and we enjoy our own virtues. A realized poet joyfully wrote to HH Mataji: "Now the sandal wood has started enjoying its own fragrance."
When Socrates was reminded of the advice carved in the temple of Apollo in Delphi: "KNOW THYSELF," he knew that to know oneself actually gives the key to the knowledge of the whole universe. It is a puzzling experience to realize that the scheme which guided the genesis and evolution of the Universe is integrally represented within man."
Grégoire de Kalbermatten, The Advent
"Yoga is a comprehensive set of spiritual practices designed to enable us to realize the greater universe of consciousness that is our true nature. The term Yoga means to unite, coordinate, harmonize, work, or transform. It refers to the linking all aspects of our being, from the physical body to our highest intelligence, with the true or universal Self that dwells within the heart. This process occurs in different forms and stages relative to the condition of the individual and variations of time, place and culture. Vedic knowledge is that knowledge of the Divine or higher Self that the practice of Yoga is seeking to realize. Veda is spiritual wisdom and Yoga is its application.
Yoga has developed over many thousands of years and has evolved into many branches and types. For this reason the older basis of Yoga in the Vedas is not understood by many people today. Today Yoga has been reduced, particularly in the West, to its physical or asana side, and little of the greater tradition is understood. Even in India the Vedic basis of the tradition is seldom given proper attention.
Yet as we move into a new planetary age, such older spiritual traditions are beginning to resurface in the collective mind. As we move forward we must comprehend our origins and reclaim our ancient spiritual heritage. The Vedas contain keys to the perennial wisdom of humanity. The Vedas proclaim that we are all children of light, children of the seers, who have wandered far. In order for us to evolve in consciousness we must revitalize the seeds of our higher evolution that the ancient sages planted within us millennia ago. Hence the relevance of the Vedas must continue to grow and is crucial to the emergence of a new spiritual global culture....
Vedic Yoga is the oldest form of Yoga dating back to the Rig Veda, which is perhaps the oldest book in the world. It is the oldest Sanskrit text and the oldest work in any Indo-European language. According to the great Yogi Sri Yukteswar, guru of Paramahansa Yogananda, Vedic teachings date back to Satya Yuga or Golden Age over ten thousand years ago.
According to the Vedic view, humanity was one in language and religion during the Golden Age. Human beings possessed an innate contact with the Divine Self within and also had telepathic powers and photographic memories. This made books and other media unnecessary. Religious institutions were also not required and no technology was needed either. Human life was spent in Sadhana or spiritual practice and human consciousness freely moved through the domains of cosmic consciousness, remaining in harmony with both nature and the Spirit.
At the end of the Golden Age, human spiritual intelligence began to decline. Differences in language along with the growth of the ego brought about an increase of ignorance and division between people. At this time the Vedic teaching was first compiled in an oral tradition to preserve the spiritual knowledge developed in the Golden Age.
The Vedic Yoga was created by numerous Vedic seers of the Angiras and Bhrigu families, of which the most important are the seven great seers Vasishta, Vamadeva, Bharadvaja, Gritsamada, Vishwamitra, Kanwa, and Atri. Through the vision of the Rishis, the Vedas set forth all the main possible spiritual paths for humanity. The Vedas contain a comprehensive key to cosmic evolution as well as to human spiritual unfoldment, unlocking all the laws of the universe. Vedic language employs powerful mantras to set forth this teaching that have many different levels of meaning and application. In this regard the Vedic language has a depth and dimension that modern languages, products of the outer mind and ego, cannot approach. Vedic mantras reflect the pattern of cosmic law and the blue print of cosmic intelligence, through which all that exists can be comprehended in ones inmost consciousness. Vedic mantras contain the prototypes of all knowledge and all powers of creation. Yet to understand and use them correctly requires a special insight. Vedic mantras cannot be grasped by the ordinary intellect, which is why academic renderings of the Vedas are almost useless and breed many distortions."
David Frawley, Vedic Yoga: The Oldest Form Of Yoga
So the other type of experiments of talking only about the abstract (Nirakar) gave rise to many other religions which ended up as dogmas or"Isms."The reason is obvious. Talking about the flower or the honey cannot take you to the honey but can only create dogmatic "ism"In the mind. You have to be a bee to reach there, i.e., you have to be reborn. This has to happen within to take you inside. It is too great an achievement and unbelievable, but I feel the search of ages has brought great results."
"But you have your own Gods. You have your own Goddesses. You are the making of your own which are mythical. Face it yourself. You need not believe into anything but you need nor disbelieve also. Just as you go into a college you have to study, not believing into anything or non-believing, but you have to see it for yourself. You have to experiment yourself."
Geneva, Switzerland — June 13, 1985
"We are here to know the Truth, first through our mental understanding and then through our experience, to prove everything you have heard so far. But the minds are very conditioned. Like in India when you talk about Christ to Hindus, saying that Christ is based and placed in the Agnya Chakra, they think that I am trying to spread Christianity because I was born in a Christian family. But when people talk about the Deities on the Chakras, which is a fact, people in the West start thinking they are talking about Hindu philosophy. But one must know they are all related to each other. Christ Himself has said in the Bible those who are not against Us are with Us....
I have been coming to Switzerland for four years and I have been telling Arneau just wait before talking about the Deities because I know the conditioning of the Western mind. They will never try to understand that there is something beyond what they know from the missionaries."
Seeking In The West, London, U.K. — November 21, 1979
"I am the Primordial Mother and I have to do the job of awakening the primordial nature, the Dharma within you human beings, and that's what I have to do and nothing else. But for that I don't do anything. I am Nishkriya. I don't do anything. Really, I don't do. It's done by Nature, done by Shri Ganesha, Vishnu, Mahesha, everybody. They are all doing it.
But what is the relationship? The relationship is they are all in My Body and they are all bound by their own Dharma. And they act. This is the relationship: spontaneous, automatic, like a built-in relationship. For example, the fan it's built-in. As soon as you push the button it starts moving. It's like that. All of them are related to Me and they start moving. It's like that. All of them are related to Me and they have a tremendous protocol, tremendous respect...
See, this thing is that very, very deep thing that I am telling you that you are a human being; that there is built-in within you are your Dharmas, and if you go against your Dharma then you will be finished. They are all built-in within you. They are all there potentially. I hope you will understand how important it is to be aware of your restrictions within your Self. Thanks very much all of you. May God bless you."
Shri Ganesha and the Innate Dharma
Ganesha Puja, Cabella, Italy — Sep. 7, 1997
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