Listen. One of the very powerful verse by a direct Disciple of Sadashiva: a Yogi called Tirumular defines, decodes, this whole Maya Matrix. I will recite that verse and then give you the translation. “Marathai Maraiththathu Mamatha Yanai, Marathil Marainthathu … Continue reading Getting involved with opinions, whether it is good or bad, keeps you engaged in Maya Matrix.
I will continue to expand on the truths I was revealing about “desha” (“देश” ) and “nation”.
Understand, “desha”, the very concept of “desha” is from the truth of the Vedic Tradition:
|| अन्नम् बहु कुर्वीत ||
“Annam Bahu Kurveetha”.
Listen! अन्नम् बहु कुर्वीत (“Annam Bahu Kurveetha”); means, “Let us produce food in large quantities”.
Producing not just food, but everything in large quantity, and making it available to everyone as easily as possible is “desha”.
“Nation” means, even the natural things, making it as complicated as possible, and not letting the common-man have access to it, through this claiming your superiority.
Understand, there is a big difference. In original Vedic Civilization, the concept of “desha” is: “Produce as much as you can and exchange it”. It was not that in Vedic Civilization we did not have business. We had! But there was never a low value for shoes and high value for knowledge, understand? It is the modern civilization which is really caste-oriented. The moment you put low value for shoes and high value for food or knowledge, you have already made a difference between Brahmana and Shudra! There was never valuation between shoes and knowledge. The man who produces shoes, produces in large quantity, and makes it available to his community. The man who makes knowedge, makes it available for everyone. Don’t ever spread the lie that Shudras were not allowed, did not have access to education. No! No! Continue reading “Bharata Desha was ideologically centred, economically independent! It was such a powerful, beautiful, unimaginable, inimitable system!”
UPANISHADS! Before explaining a book, we have to explain what it stands for. Before explaining what it stands for, I have to explain who made it stand for that. Before explaining who made it stand for that, I have to explain who wrote it. That is where now the whole thing starts. How can we tell the modern world that something exists, that there is a book which has no author? Profound, extraordinary expressions, truths, realizations, revelations, but no author! Author is dissolved in the authenticity of the truths.
Please understand, whenever a book is written, the truth and the personality who presents the truth, both of them are expressed in that book. That is why I always tell people that all books are biographies of the author. Please understand, whether it is a science or a history or a religion or philosophy, self-development, whatever classification you give, all books you have to basically classify as “Biography”, because, there is no book which does not have the smell, presence, touch of the author, please understand. In the libraries, we should classify first all books as “Biography”. Under the section “Biography”, you can classify as “Biography based on Religion”, “Science based on Religion”, “Mysticism based on Religion”, “Self-help based on Religion”. The more the personal involvement, more it becomes fiction, understand? In a science book, the more the scientist is present, the less the science is present. In a philosophy book, the more the philosopher is present, the less the philosophy is present. In a history book, the more the historian is present, the less the facts and the history, the less the authenticity or the truth of the history is present. When the historians have personal interests, likes, dislikes, history can never be presented to you authentically. In any book, the more the author is present, the less the truth is presented; the more his personal touch, the less the reality.
That is why I always insist that all pharmaceutical companies should be non-profit organizations. Having medical care under the “profit industry” is the most dangerous. Continue reading “Apourushya! Authorless !”
Integrity is you fulfilling the word and thought you give to yourself and to others and experiencing a state of Poornatva – completion with yourself and with life. Authenticity is you being established and responding to life from who you believe yourself to be for yourself, who you believe yourself to be for others, and, what others believe you to be for them. Responsibility: Living and operating from the understanding that you are the source of, and therefore, you are responsible for all happenings in and around you. Continue reading Integrity, Authenticity and Responsibility