Science is still catching up with the revelations made in Sanatana Hindu Dharma

अनेजदेकं मनसो जवीयो नैनधेवा आप्नुवन्पुर्वमर्षत् | तद्धावतोऽन्यानत्येत तिष्ठत् तस्मिन्नपो मातरिश्वा दधाति ||

Anejadhekam Manaso Javeeyo Nainadhdheva Aapnuvanpurvamarshath | ThadhDhaavathonyanathyetha Thishttath Thasminnapo Maatharishva dhadhDhaathi ||

Last few days, we worked on this verse.  Understand, this verse is, God is declaring about himself.  He is giving introduction about himself.  Consciousness is declaring about itself.  Anejadhekam Manaso Javeeyaha (अनेजदेकं मनसो जवीयः)!  Just Consciousness is declaring about itself – ‘What I am’ – understand?  Sanatana Hindu Dharma is such, whatever it revealed in its scriptures, yet to be discovered by Science, but not lies.  Please understand, Science is yet to catch up with us.  But, just because Science has not yet caught up with us does not mean what is presented is lie. Continue reading →

Saying “YES” to life is always right and brings all good things!

Let us start on the third verse of Ishavasya Upanishad:  

असुर्या नाम ते लोका अन्धेन तमसाऽऽवृताः । ताँस्ते प्रेत्याभिगच्छन्ति ये के चात्महनो जनाः ॥

Asurya naama they lokaa andhena thamasaavruthaah | Thaagumsthey prethyabhigachchanthi ye ke chaathmahano janaah ||  

Listen!  Please listen!  No one is good, no one is bad.  If somebody does the actions which fulfill your ambitions, you call them as “good”.  If somebody does actions which are not fulfilling your ambitions, you call them “bad”.  No one is right, no one is wrong.  No one is good, no one is bad.  Deciding somebody is good or bad, right or wrong, is purely dependent on how much they are supporting your ambition.  So, what Cosmos answers, what is the answer of Cosmos for this issue?  

The Upanishads, please understand, Upanishads are Dharma declaring its authority and authenticity by itself.  No human-being is involved in it.  No human vested interests are involved in it.  No!  Here, no Prophet, no Messenger, no Son of God, not even God, is involved, understand?  Hindu Tradition is so bold, God has only second place!  The Dharma, Upanishads, stand taller than the concept of God, understand?  It stands taller than the concept of God!   Continue reading →

Don’t try to prove your importance by dying! No! Try to prove your importance by Living!

The second verse of Ishavasya Upanishad:

कुर्वन्नेवेह कर्माणि जिजीविषेच्छत्ग्ण् समाः |

एवं त्वयि नान्यथेतोऽस्ति न कर्म लिप्यते नरे ॥

kurvanneveha karmaaNi jijeeviShechChathgN^ samaaH |

evaM thvayi naanyaThethoaAsthi na karma lipyathe nare ||

“One should decide to live in this world for hundreds of years, all the while doing his deeds dispassionately as sanctioned by the scriptures. In this way, the deeds done by you shall not cling to you. There is no other way by which a man can free himself from the bondage created by the deeds.”

Listen! The first thing the Upanishads declare: DECIDE TO LIVE! I was expanding on this from yesterday. Decision to LIVE! Please listen! It is not as simple as you think; it is really deep, really deep.

Every step of life, don’t give up! Go on deciding to LIVE, deciding to LIVE, deciding to LIVE! In every opportunity, open to live….open to live. Continue reading →

Kaamika aagama: Lifestyle to cause your reality

Actually, the last few days, the joy is really flowing into me and into the Sangha! Because, one of the greatest discoveries I have done in my research and development has happened in the last few days! I don’t want to say it is an accident; I don’t want to say it is an incident; I only have to say, ‘It is a MIRACLE’! For quite a long time I was feeling that I should take out and give a best lifestyle for all my disciples and devotees. See, I myself used to, and still follow, the lifestyle of Manu. Means, how to brush, how to wash yourself, how to take bath, how to dress – in all these I follow Manu. But even then I was feeling that Manu is a human-being. So, these instructions are from him. I was looking, searching, searching in the vast, the forest of spiritual literature of Vedic Tradition, ‘Is there any book where Mahadeva himself give instructions about all these day-to-day actions, the lifestyle instructions?’ I went on doing research. Of course, all the 112 Upanishads are only about the abstract principles. They don’t talk about how many times you have to brush, how many times you have to wash your mouth, or how you have to keep yourself clean, or how you have to dress, how you have to cook, how you have to eat. Somehow, I wanted, from Mahadeva himself if these instructions have come it would have been so beautiful! Because, every day, when I brush, I only remember Manu, and say, ‘Manu, as you said I am brushing.’ When I wake up, I say, ‘O, Manu, as you said I am waking up.’ When I take bath, I say only, ‘O, Manu, as you said, I am doing it.’ Of course, Manu has the authority from Mahadeva, but there is a possibility that the person who has authority can miss a few things. Like, when I put somebody as a Mahant, they may follow the broad concept of what I gave; but there is a possibility to miss a few things because of their own understandings and perceptions. So, I used to wonder, ‘Is there any book?’ I was searching, searching, searching. Continue reading →