The World Awaits

The world waits for us, to serve it
Utilising every drop of blood
The humanity waits for us, to save it
From the delusions of greed
The country waits for us, to wipe it’s tears,
Having seen many betray her

Time and time, we forget this
And venture into empty world of lies
Time and time, we ignore this
And look for false sense of happiness

What lies in past or what lies in future
Should not affect what we do now

One cry of baby melts the mother’s heart
One cry of human melts a humanist’s heart
Be a human, you will live in the heart of few,
Be a humanist, you will live in the hearts of many!

From the mistakes we learn and
From the learning we evolve
From the failures we rise and
From the rise we better

The cosmos waits for us to dive
And help it evolve into Divine!

Rise and shine, Oh dear humans!
Everything awaits your selfless actions!

©️ Tejaswi Nisanth.

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  1. Great post, sir! I have many doubts which I strongly believe only you can clarify, I also got some sort of signal from the divine stating the same, how can I ask you them and get them cleared? Please reply back sir.

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      1. Thanks sir,

        For now here are few objectives of mine:-

        I want to be able to understand all the theosophical concepts properly

        I want to broaden my outlook on Spirituality

        I want to understand the symbolism of scriptures, allegories, metaphors.etc which means I want to understand the underlying wisdom of scriptures and should learn how to unlock wisdom from any type of scriptures

        I want to learn the art of uniting spiritual concepts with science and clear up any seemingly apparent contradictions

        I want to learn spiritual knowledge which should be able to put into practice (derive wisdom and actually feel some change/transformation in my self)

        I want to be introduced to new spiritual concepts

        I want to learn some spiritual practices that I can perform and be benefitted from.

        Thanks alot.

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      2. I want to be able to understand all the theosophical concepts properly
        —True theosophy exists only in the works of Blavatsky and Alice A Bailey (treatise on seven rays). Later authors have mixed their own fantasies. But Some were faithful in their discipoleship such as Annie Besant, Leadbeater, Barborka, Powell, etc. There is one enigmatic personality by the name T Subba Row. Try to get his two books – Lectures on Gita and Esoteric writings. He is an initiate of very high order!

        I want to broaden my outlook on Spirituality
        ——Sadhana – not mere reading. You will know what it is slowly.

        I want to understand the symbolism of scriptures, allegories, metaphors.etc which means I want to understand the underlying wisdom of scriptures and should learn how to unlock wisdom from any type of scriptures
        ————-All books of EK – contain these keys. A cumulative wisdom that builds in you after reading, re-reading, applying, etc. of his works will fetch you what you just stated. Even I can’t quanitfy such wisdom, but definitely used it to unlock hitherto unknown (to me) wisdom in scriptures such as Lalita Sahasranama, or Mandukya Upanishad.

        I want to learn the art of uniting spiritual concepts with science and clear up any seemingly apparent contradictions
        ——————Definitely read the book “Snake and Rope – problems in western science solved by occult science” by Edi Bilimoria.

        I want to learn spiritual knowledge which should be able to put into practice (derive wisdom and actually feel some change/transformation in my self)

        I want to be introduced to new spiritual concepts
        —————–This needs to stop. Un-necessary glamour of fascination to “NEW” should recede and pleasant attitude to help everyone around you should increase. Then, as per the need, NATURE/Gurus facilitate the resources.

        I want to learn some spiritual practices that I can perform and be benefited from.

        Questions on Practice will be answered by your own inner self as you tread a path.

        In Telugu (T) you can start with EK’s bhagavatam and Mandra Geeta (an epic commentary to Gita – many many doubts will be solved here). In English (E), you can start with spiritual astrology, spiritual psychology and overseas messages (this is 12 vol).
        * Also, Purusha SUktam (T and E – two diff versions), Saraswati Suktam (T), Lessons on Vedic Hymns (E), Suparna Suktam (T), Rudra SUktam (T), can be added to subsequent list if your goal is to understand VEDA.
        Rest, you will discover.

        These are some suggestions for the questions you asked.

        Best Wishes and may the masters show THE PATH.

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  2. Hello sir,

    Thanks alot for giving me your email to express my doubts to you and get it clarified, here are my doubts, please clear them as soon as possible 🙏:

    1. The science part:

    I had read Madame Blavatsky’s works after reading one of your posts, one problem is, I’m an ardent believer In science, so her anthropogenesis is clearly pseudoscience as it contradicts science, does that mean hinduism also is pseudoscientific as it’s creation story contradicts science? How do I reconcile the Anthropogenesis part and Hinduism with science? It is very important for me as I am a staunch hindu. Infact how do I reconcile theosophy and Hinduism completely with science? Please help me out in this.

    2. The calculations:

    Though traditional Hinduism says we are just 4000+ into Kali Yuga and Kali Yuga is 432000 years in total may great saints and mystics had different calculations of yugas

    Sir, Dr. Vedavyasa ji said that we would be entering into Sathya Yuga in 1999-2000 and also that an avatar will come in 1999 which clearly didn’t happen.

    Aurobindo ji also said we are in Yuga sandhi of Kali Yuga and we would be entering into Sathya Yuga soon

    Paramhansa Yogananda and his guru believed we are in Dvapara Yuga

    Even Madame Blavatsky’s calculations differed from the traditional Hindu view

    So whose is correct? Or which view do you subscribe to? And how do you interpret the rest? Or how do I reconcile all their views? (If possible) please answer.

    3. When do you think the Kalki avatar will come?

    4. Sir, do you think science will be able to prove hinduism in future as swami vivekananda believed? What are the odds?

    5. Sir are you an Advaitin?

    6. Sir do you also believe the varna system was originally based on work and virtues but gradually got reduced into birth based? If yes, do we have evidences for it? Please provide me if any.

    7. Sir, I’m not a brahmin, can I get upanyanam, Gayatri diksha and learn Vedas and Upanishads, if yes how?

    I believe you will answer all this answers sir, I’m a great fan of your posts, I had also ordered your new book “Vedic thought” today sir! Eager to recieve it.

    Kindly answer all this questions as soon as possible, sir. Thanks alot in advance.

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    1. I am not going to answer directly, for no where in the history of human pursuit, a student is benefited by direct answer. I am going to hint and leave it be for your exploration. Time and time when you struggle in your earnest pursuit, will you be rewarded with the satisfaction of finding common thread of truth.

      1) Get back to me after reading the following works: “Snake and Rope by Edi Bilimoroa (he is an engineer by profession)”, “Tao of Physics by Fritjof Capra (he is a quantum/systems theorist – a physicist)”.

      2) First, Blavatsky’s calc are not against traditional calculations. They follow Vishnu Purana, Parasara’s masterpiece. Second, forget about Dr. vedavyasa’s proclamation for now. It’s wrongly understood by many but unless you read his other works, you won’t synergise. Yukteswar Giri’s calculations are correct, but pertain to only one aspect of human evolution. There are cycles in cycles which keep running like gears in time evolution. So all are correct when seen from one lens and you need to try to find that lens.

      3) What will you do by knowing my opinion? How does my opinion matter in his advent? If at all you believe in him, ask the incarnate himself. Else, if you don’t believe, then what good is of my opinion?

      4) Science that we have today is in its baby stages. Not me, but stalwarts like Einstein, Heisenberg, Schrodinger, etc. Said the same. The question is not when science would prove Hinduism. The question shouybe when will humanity find truth without any attached -isms. Truth is not a piece of information for mind. It’s a life to be experienced. What good did E = mc² gave to the world when it was discovered? When humans learn to experience truth as harmonious living with everything and everyone around them, then science or any other -isms will prove each other.

      5) The “I” inside me is advaitin whereas the one who is saying this is dvaitin because, as an advaitin I wouldn’t be able to write or address your question (as you, me and the process of writing collapse to singularity like a blackhole)

      6) There is no evidence that it was birth based. That’s the evidence have to believe that Varna system was nature based. For example,.in Mahabharata, can you tell me which Varna does Vyasa belonged to? And Pandu or Dhritarashtra? Also, in Veda, you see varbas to be body parts of Purusha (Omnipresence). How can this be birth based?? Minimum common sense is lost in some and hence the fuss.

      7. Upanayanam is there for three varnas. There is no upanayana for fourth Varna because they need not have a sacred thread to fulfil their duties. Their life is such that they are by nature sanctified. Unfortunately it’s misunderstood these days. Anyways, to gain wisdom, nothing is an obstacle. Master E.K., used to ask everyone in the auditorium to utter Gayatri itseems. I follow him and his teachings. But Sandhya and all need upanayanam. So, If it’s just recitation of mantra you r looking for, following tenets of internal and external purity, I believe you may recite loud and clear. But do learn the intonation before that. It’s necessary for Vedic utterance.

      Good to know. Read the introductory part of Vedic thought book carefully. May the Purusha in all of us show you “The Way”.

      BW.

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      1. Thanks alot for the voluminous reply sir, very very happy to recieve back an answer from you! I wanted to get upanyanam as I was interested in learning the Vedas and Upanishads. Also sir I had expressed my wish to have your WhatsApp number with the reasons in my e-mail to you, please kindly respond about it and I really can’t express my gratitude to you for your response and also works of theosophists and Vedavyasa ji also seem very very huge to digest I mean they are very difficult to understand and assimilate, would be very helpful if you suggest me any pre requisites to be followed before going to their works like any books to be read before touching their works or something. Thanks alot once again, I really had a signal from the divine to contact you for my doubts!!

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      2. Catch on to what you “need”. In a lake there is always water more than to quench your thirst. It’s not necessary to drink the whole lake to satisfy your thirst. In fact it’s dangerous to do that right! The same is our dealing with wisdom in the world. I caught Master E K and I found my thread of unity. You need to find your own, I can’t suggest whom because, we all are guided visbly or invisibly by our true gurus since eons of time. If something is not to your liking, you may discard it. Don’t struggle understanding that which isn’t your liking (swadharma).

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      3. Actually sir, my aunts follow master EK, I have also been attracted to him but how much ever I try I’m not able to get access to his works, I mean , I don’t know where to start with + his works aren’t available to buy easily on Amazon or other places + I can’t read PDFs as I have issues with my eyes, so yeah, I really wish that I know a place to start/get access to his physical copy works and sir can you suggest the best book of Master Ek to start with?

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      4. You may write to kulapathibooktrust@gmail.com for his physical copies. Hmm….where to start, is this not the question we all struggle with!?! ….. Ask above for a catalogue. Let’s see if they’ll provide one. If they do, go with what calls from inside. I have written an article on what books inspired me in this blog. Look at master e k’s section there and get back. Also let me know if you can read Telugu.

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      5. Unfortunately I don’t read telugu that’s a big loss, according to what I had Heard from many, the best of his works are in telugu and also that the beauty of words is lost in translation, I aspire to learn telugu for the same+ I’m a teen, who has been interested into spirituality in childhood, so guidance from knowledgeable people like you would be very very good, it feels so great to have some support from experienced people like you sir.

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    1. I do not like names. The era of naming is gone I feel. It restricts our mind and thought. If at all a name is needed, I would call my self “A tiny human trying to adapt the tenets of Ancient India”. If there is a name for it like Sanatana Dharma or something which appeases you, you may assign. Else, leave the “I am” in me as is 🙂

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  3. Have you completed the translation of Suparna suktam? You told about it long ago and also what about your project which demonstrates how homeopathy works according to science?

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    1. Yes I completed the translation. It awaits publishing from the trust. They may publish it in a year or so as they are busy bringing out other works of Master E K.

      In regards to scientific homeopathy, I did not pursue it further than last time. Maybe it’s someone else’s path or my path after few years.

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      1. The second statement is correct, not the first. As such there are no names such as purusha suktam or sri suktam in the original Vedic texts. Vedic text is a continuous flow of utterances. Later, commentators have provided few names for specific hymns which became widely known to common person, based on the functional priority of the hymn. Same is the case with Geeta’s chapters. Vyasa hasn’t provided chapter names such as vishada yoga or akshara parabrahma yoga. But some commentators provided the same later on for the benefit of common people.

        Similarly Suparna Suktam. Suparna Suktam has another name – Asya Vamasya Suktam or Asya Vamiya Suktam. It occurs as the 164th hymn of first Mandala of Rig Veda. Suparna Suktam is so called because of the deity Suparna (Garutmaan as Omnipresence – proclaimed in the same hymn) being the lord of the hymn.

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  4. Namaskaram sir, I think you remember me, I’m Sushanth, cutting all the long story, I clearly wasn’t fit to spiritual knowledge back then but I had tremendously changed during all this timez I had applied your suggestions on whatever I have learned and had derived tremendous benefit from it, you said we may meet on WhatsApp but I think I just lost the chance due to my caring for unnecessary things, I regret it though, anyways hopefully you and your family are fine and your spiritual seeking is going good. Thanks.

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  5. I wish to write a commentary on the Vedas, but they are so mystical and seem to have several layers of meanings, so I clearly need some prior knowledge to interpret them! One of my friend says reading the Itihasapuranas, Prasthanatrayi Bashya, advaitic scriptures and also read the old commentaries on the Vedas would help but I think you are the perfect person to ask what should I be reading in order to become capable of interpreting the Vedas, please let me know.

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      1. Thanks for the kind reply, starting points! You mean there is more? If yes please list all of them, I actually like to gather all the sources and then start so.. also the secret of the Veda by Aurobindo is an interesting commentary but he seems to reduce devas into psychological phenomenons, which in turn doesn’t seem to have a basis at the core, atleast according to my opinion, as I consider myself spiritually ignorant I will think it is my incapability to understand the great soul’s work for now, so yea I wish you give me the whole list so I will gather them (buy) and start working. Thank you.

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      2. If you feel so, why do you want to “comment” on the Veda? Is this not something like a 9th STD kid commenting on an Engineering book? What drives you to comment? Why do you think you need tl comment on Veda? Is it to benefit your inner desire or two help the world see a different perspective? If it is former, commenting is not necessary because you exist with you everyday and hence you answer you. If it’s latter, why are you looking for different authors opinions and finding faults? Be creative and get a harmonious synthesis from within and daringly comment. But you need to be able to understand what seers wrote and all the confusions modern scholars seems to have. If you won’t address them, where does it fit in the modern era? Think wisely and tread to truthfully.

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      3. Yes there are more. Ok here is a list you may refer:
        1) Swami Dayananda’s Nirukta based approach to Vedas in Sanskrit
        2) Dr. R.L.Kashyap’s commentary on Veda in English (he is an emritis professor from Purdue University)
        3) Master E.K.’s commentary on Vedic hymns (three are in Telugu though)
        4) Blavatsky’s literature
        5) Alice A Bailey’s literature

        I think these would help you further. Best Wishes and may you enlighten the world in a new dimension.

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      4. I totally forgot, Sri Kapali Sastry’s commentary on Rig Veda. An English version of his preface is available online – Rig Bhashya Bhumika. It’s another great starting point.

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  6. Also may I ask if you believe in Aryan Invasion/Aryan Migration theory? It’s that many spiritual seekers reject it but archeology and genetics is clear on that part what do you say? Also the Dharmashastras are very cruel to the lower community people, do you think people should be following them? Just like the traditional hindus opine?

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    1. To what value is my opinion to you? If it is for intellectual pleasure, I won’t answer. If it is for personal understanding, it seems you already have an opinion and hence mine has no place. When you have a question for which answer is “needed” rather than “wanted”, I will definitely answer.

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      1. Uff sir, it’s not for mery intellectual pleasure, as you are an advanced spiritual person I consider your opinion of great value which inturn will help me shape my opinions.

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    2. Thanks for your kind reply to my arrogant assumptions sir, it’s not for my desire but I indeed wish to show the world a new perspective. Yes that’s why I didn’t say Aurobindo’s works are faulty, it’s just that I at present am ignorant to not understand his works, I’m not eligible not that his works are faulty. I will be a humble seeker, I mainly want to connect the seemingly contradictory opinions of the seer but unified at the core, so I first have to work myself before working on writing commentary on Vedas and I also want to remove the misconceptions created due to the modern scholars. But as kindly as requested before please provide me with all the works that would make me knowledgeable and eligible enough to comment on Vedas, thanks alot sir 🙏

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    1. How can I apply karma yoga in life as a school student? (Grade-12) non attachment to goal in terms of exams and daily life .etc, seems impossible and I don’t recieve an opportunity where I can choose to not be attached to the goal, kindly guide me…

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      1. What is Karma yoga as per your definition? You say you do not get opportunity to choose ……. Karma Yoga is a way of life. The attitude of life needs a change. When you read for exams, read 100% dedicated irrespective of the lingering idea of what might come in the exam. When in class, listen to the teacher irrespective of if your listening would fetch you his/her attention or not. When you play with friends, play wholeheartedly without thinking of his or her role in your life.

        Like this at every moment of life, you learn the art of being at the present moment, training mind to live then and there, if at all mind needs a goal to hold onto, let the goal be universal service than self pumping ideals. This is Karma Yoga in brief. “LEAVING OFF THE RESULTS OF ACTIONS AND PERFORMING ONE’S DUTIES WITH REVERENCE” is the moto of Karma Yoga. Learn the difference between “what you need” and “what you want”. Choose the former and try to reduce the latter. Slowly the meaning of Karma Yoga will manifest as the way of your life.

        I hope u got the necessary hints. If any doubts, ask away.

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  7. And what are traditional commentaries that exist sir? The only I’m aware of are by Bhattabaskara, Sayana, Madhvacharya, Yakshacharya, Karpatri Maharaj, am I missing anyone? and unfortunately I am a tamilian and can’t read Telugu.

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  8. Is there a way, that through which my commentary would be accepted as traditional? I just don’t want my Bashya to remain under the “Neo” category and if my work would be accepted even by the traditionalists, then my work would benefit both the traditionalist hindus and the “Neo”/new age ones, so please tell if there is a way that would make my commentary be accepted as traditional.

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    1. Maybe you need to get a time machine and travel to the time before Sayana and then publish it. Then we might accept it as traditional. Currently whatever you write will have influence of science and hence will be modern. If not for science, why another commentary just like a twin to Sayana?

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      1. Haha, but commentaries of sages like Karpatri Maharaj though written in the 20th century are accepted as traditional though.

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      2. Hmm. Take the following points as thumb rule (my opinion though, it may not be universally true):
        1) To be accepted as traditional, the commentary should have references from various scriptures and commentaries which are in turn accepted as traditional.

        2) to be accepted as Neo, the references should include modern discoveries, science, philology, philosophy, archeology, etc.

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      3. Sir I’ve got a couple of questions:

        1. Do you think I can find references from the hindu scriptures for the concepts introduced in the works you suggested? i.e. Sri Kapali Sastry’s commentary on Rig Veda, Works of CW Lead beater, Swami Dayananda’s Nirukta based approach to Vedas in Sanskrit, Dr. R.L.Kashyap’s commentary on Veda in English, Master E.K.’s commentary on Vedic hymns, Blavatsky’s literature, Alice A Bailey’s literature, “Suparna” by Dr. E. Anantacharya, “Secret of the Veda”, “The philological studies” by Sri Aurobindo, “Journey Through The Vedic Thought” written by you?? please do let me know sir, will be useful.

        2. You had asked me if I know telugu that you thought of suggesting me Telugu books, please let me know what you would have suggested if I knew telugu, I will take the pain of somehow getting it translated so that I can get benefitted, so please suggest me even the Telugu books that would help me write my commentary, also in case you have sanskrit works suggestions, let me know, I’m well versed in sanskrit.

        Thank you.

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      4. Sir I have few doubts from long, please clear:

        1. Is Abiogenisis theory supported by hinduism? Or does it contradict hindu views?

        2. According to Hinduism, how did Vedas come? It said they are of non human origins, if they are from god, then why would God praise himself and send it to humans to praise him?

        3. If Vedas are eternal and timeless how is present geography mentioned in it? Like geography of almost 8000 years ago, doesn’t it mean it’s not time less? and how are ships mentioned in it? doesn’t it point they are not timeless and have a fixed time?

        4. Hindu gods are shown very different, the colours, faces, multiple arms, weapons .etc, how do we know they looked like that? To whom did they reveal themselves? Do they actually look like that and reside somewhere?

        5. Hindu gods are shown with weapons which clearly didn’t exist before iron age, doesn’t it mean they are of later creation? If did they appear like that to show they are powerful and have the most powerful weapons, then why don’t they reveal themselves with hi-tech weapons like AK-47 .etc? (No disrespect meant, sorry)

        6. Why all hindu gods are born in India only?

        {These questions are my genuine doubts and I am not trolling, please answer kindly}

        Happy Vinayaka Chavithi, may the holy lord bless you, your whole family, the whole world with prosperity, long life, Bakthi, Vairagya, Viveka, Jnana, Good health and remove all your obstacles.

        Jai shree Ganesha!

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      5. Before I reply, may I ask if you have thoroughly read my blog and my books? Because all the answers are available in my articles and books. If you have no time to read, then i may answer in short but i can’t guarantee your satisfaction. If you have time and did not yet read, take two or three days time and get a feeling as to what the blog says. Then you will answer your own questions. Let me know what you choose and accordingly i will proceed.

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      6. Sir, I have read few of your blog posts and am also thinking of buying your books, but I honestly have no time, so please give an answer in brief, it’s okay if you think I wouldn’t be satisfied, I believe your answer would satisfy me, as I trust in you for some reason, which I am not able to figure out. Please answer in brief for the same reason.

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      7. Sir, you said you translated Suparna Suktam to English, can you please provide me that? I won’t publish it elsewhere or use it for any illegal purposes but only for gaining knowledge and in turn making it wisdom, so please provide me the translation if possible 🙏

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      8. 1. Basically Explain me something. Genesis implies “coming”. Bio genesis means coming of life from life. A-bio-genesis means coming of life from non-life. How to define life and non-life? Who says a stone has no life? To even say so, one must define LIFE. Do you have a definition for LIFE? Secondly, “Coming” implies a dynamic element and hence should be governed by something/someone/whatever is the pronoun. So, does it not inherently have an agent governing the coming of life? If so, how can that be non-life (here I am taking life as intelligence).? Thirdly, how do you define “Hinduism”? Unless you think, contemplate and answer these, answering your questions is not apt for the time being.

        2. and 3. look at the VEDAS article in my blog

        4. You might be a father to someone, brother to someone, friend to someone, helper to someone, etc. When I enquire about you to all your acquaintances, I get these many versions of you. Which of these is really you? There lies your answer. The colors, shapes, numbers, sound, etc., are but keys to understand the whole. DO not be lost by looking at the parts – see the whole as ONE. Secondly, there are no hindu GODS. There is one GOD and many deities (roles of GOD). Refer to Suparna Suktam – “Ekam sat vipra bahuda vadanti”.

        5. Tell me what is powerful, a pen or a gun? What is power for you? Destruction or construction? Also, when a deity is non-physical, what is your logic for associating physical weapon to a non-physical deity? Weapons are symbolic of psycho-physio-spiritual functional abilities in human evolution. An example is Mace (Gada) – it is symbolic to cerebro spinal system of human, Conch (Sankam) – symbol of cymatics power of sound/vibration, Flute (an instrument) – symbol of 9/10 holed human body filled with vital Pranas (vayu) giving the melody of life.

        6. First, gods do not exist, GOD exists as I have mentioned. Next, Who said deities are born in India – what crazy idea is this? Deities are born of the self-effulgent plane (Suvar loka – akjn to the dimension from where photons come). Is my hunger different from hunger of Irish? If its same, then deity of hunger (Vaisvanara Agni) is there in India as well as Ireland.

        You have a lot of unscientific background related to Scriptural understanding. You are currently like a 2nd class student questioning Calculus without understanding the ABCs of pre-calculus. You said you have no time. But without time, how can you explore the TRUTH? If you want to stick with your opinions of AK47 and colored gods, I am ok. But if you want to change your view and see the glory of what others have seen, better spend time daily in educating yourself in the relevant field. That’s my suggestion. Rest up to you. Whether you ask these questions out of will to know or will to kill the spirit of Hinduism, I don’t care. But the effort to understand needs to be strong before asking or commenting, else everyone’s time is wasted in unnecessary discussions. Give yourself a year time and then get back. In this year, stick to one author among the few whom I keep exemplifying (Aurobindo, Master E K, Blavatsky, etc). Understand their works from top to bottom, in and out. Then I can spend time in answering. The 6 questions are but tip of the iceberg inside your mind, I can visualize the complex confusions (or counter arguments) already. That’s why I am suggesting the above.

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  9. Hello sir! How are you doing! It has been very long, I had been missing your good old informative posts, I wish you start writing lengthy informative posts like before, my favourite ones were you Nasdiya suktam commentary and Gayatri mantra meaning ones! Also sir your very old post where you mentioned from where you derive all this wisdom was incomplete! You at last wrote “.etc”/”many more”, It was kinda disappointing, I wish to see the complete list of authors you have read on spirituality and updates if you have read new authors and books in recent times which were good, if possible, I mean I’m very eager to know about them. I hope you are doing good as always!

    Yours respectfully,
    Seetha

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    1. Hi, thanks for the suggestions, hope to start soon on similar lines of depth.

      I have published three books, and I hope you got a chance to read them.

      Complete list is hard, but will try to update it with more information.

      Thanks for asking, we r good. Hope the same at your end. Kindly let me know if any topics interest you specifically.

      BW.

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      1. Hello sir, thanks for the reply!

        I had purchased all your three books! Just that unfortunately I didn’t have the fortune to read them yet, due to few reasons :

        i) Books that are pending and need to be read prior
        ii) Time constraints due to work at office and home

        But will definitely read as soon as possible.

        I’m doing good thanks for asking.

        Yeah sir I’m actually interested in many concepts, reading your old post I had become interested in theosophy, I purchased the Secret doctrine books, the origin of creation, human races, Hiranyagarbha, Manus, Golden Cosmic Egg….all seemed very fascinating and interesting but I really couldn’t understand them as they seemed very hard to understand, it would be great if you can do an exposition of the theosophical concepts like the cosmogenesis , Anthropogenesis (and remaining concepts I had mentioned above) in simple lay man terms so that all can understand and derive benefit from it. Thank you.

        Yours Respectfully,
        Seetha

        Namaskarams!

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  10. Sir probably I am annoying you through my questions, I’m sorry, but please answer the only 2 questions of mine, I won’t ask more.

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    1. The latter is a subjective question. Unless you read and taste how can I answer for your liking? In my opinion all authors contribute something or the other for our development in a subject.

      To learn astrology, the following authors influenced me:
      Mostly,
      1) Master E K
      2) Bepin Behari
      Lightly,
      3) B V Raman
      4) Krishnamurthy

      Try to start reading “wisdom of Heavens” by Master E K and then “Myths and symbols in Vedic astrology” by Bepin Behari as starters to foundations of true astrology. Later you will find your way.

      Of course of you get a physical guru, that’s wonderful catalyst for your learning.

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      1. Thanks alot for the guidance sir 🙏 god bless. I actually don’t even know the basic principles of astrology, like I don’t even understand stuffs like natal chart, degree, transit, house and all, so please suggest me a book that teaches me all the basics of astrology so I can build up with the works you had suggested me, thanks alot.

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      2. Then stick to one author and go through their works completely. Explore Bepin Behari’s works – Myths and symbols and Fundamentals of Vedic astrology and get back. If you don’t like Bepin Behari, go to Krishnamurthi (KP) astrology. Third option is B.V.Raman’s works. Whatever you choose, stick first to one and go deep. Don’t jump boats, because we will get nothing in the end of we keep jumping.

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      3. Thanks sir as a person who has no knowledge about astrology, should I start with fundamentals of Vedic astrology or myths and symbols of Vedic astrology?

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      4. Better if you can start both parallely. One gives you theoretical basis for symbolism in astrology which is needed to open the gates of intuition. The other gives you a pathway to approach astrology in terms of understanding the fundamentals in horoscope.

        If you prefer horoscope reading and not into symbolic keys, or have less time, then fundamentals of Vedic astrology is a good start. Myths and symbols need meditative reading though

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      5. So sir, I have fundamentals of astrology only as of now, can I start with it and then go to Myths and symbols of vedic astrology when I acquire it?

        And are works of C.G Jung, Joseph Campbell, Jean Le Mée, Sri Krishna Prem of any use in decoding the Vedas?

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      6. The use manifests as per the need. Ok instead of asking me, tinker with the tools at your disposal and find out for yourself. Otherwise the delight of self exploration or Swadhyaya is lost.

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  11. Sir I am a non dvija interested in learning Vedas, I had given up all impure habits for the same but no one accepted me to teach me Vedas, but I’m still passionate, what do I do? How can I learn?

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    1. Hi, follow Ramana Maharishi’s teachings. I think you will find light there. Veda is yourself. To learn Vedas means to “know yourself”. So, search from where your desire to learn is coming from and there you would find yourself as the answer. When ready and ripe on such a path, a true Guru will present in the form of a book or a person or an incident ….until then we have to wait.

      Finding a guru is the wrong approach. Guru finds us when time is right, is the right approach.

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    1. Define scientist. Formally I obtained my joint Phd in quantum physics, a year ago, from Ireland and Poland. But I am not continuing the traditional life style of dedicating life to exploring modern science in a formal institute or university. I have now dedicated my life to train young gen village kids in the art of uniting scriptural wisdom with modern science.

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      1. Sir I bow down to you for your great work! But sir wouldn’t it be difficult for you to earn money and take care of all your needs in that case? + Uniting scriptural wisdom with modern science is awesome! Infact even I want to learn such an art! Can you please teach me, if you don’t mind?

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      2. That’s taken care by gurus and God. Everytoyou start helping someone else, needed things come to you. That’s nature’s law as promised in Geeta.

        I am also a student in such a path, i don’t know if i can teach you anything yet. But you can surely ask me what you want to know and if i think i know, i will share the knowledge/wisdom. This blog is anyways a window into my thoughts and ideas.

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      3. Great sir. I mean you said you teach kids the art of uniting the scriptural wisdom with modern science, I want you to teach me too that art, please!

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  12. Sir I’ve got last set of questions:

    Please answer sir, I won’t ask anymore and will start working.
    please

    1. Do you think I can find references from the hindu scriptures for the concepts introduced in the works you suggested? i.e. Sri Kapali Sastry’s commentary on Rig Veda, Works of CW Lead beater, Swami Dayananda’s Nirukta based approach to Vedas in Sanskrit, Dr. R.L.Kashyap’s commentary on Veda in English, Master E.K.’s commentary on Vedic hymns, Blavatsky’s literature, Alice A Bailey’s literature, “Suparna” by Dr. E. Anantacharya, “Secret of the Veda”, “The philological studies” by Sri Aurobindo, “Journey Through The Vedic Thought” written by you?? please do let me know sir, will be useful.

    2. You had asked me if I know telugu that you thought of suggesting me Telugu books, please let me know what you would have suggested if I knew telugu, I will take the pain of somehow getting it translated so that I can get benefitted, so please suggest me even the Telugu books that would help me write my commentary, also in case you have sanskrit works suggestions, let me know, I’m well versed in sanskrit.

    Thank you.

    And Happy Ganesha Chaturthi! May lord Vinayaka bless you and your family!!

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    1. 1) yes definitely, infact a lot of them.
      2) In Telugu, Master e k has written short works on Saraswati suktam, Rudra Namakam, Suparna Suktam, Aswini devatala Stotram, Purusha and Sri suktam lectures, Bhagavatam commentary. These are very helpful from my angle of liking.

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  13. Sir thanks alot for your great reply, sir I don’t mean any disrespect, I don’t have any counter arguments, I genuinely had a longing to know the answers, so I had asked you, I didn’t subscribe to any counter arguments, not do I have one.

    I am really convinced with your answer for 1,2,3 (I need to be contemplating on the counter questions you had provided for a period of time.)

    I had also just ordered your book of Vedic thought after reading your answer on Vedas

    Regarding your 4th answer, I partially understood but the question that remains is:

    I understand it is also symbolism and keys to understand the absolute but my question is did sages create images of the present gods we see with all this symbolism, so mankind would be benefited? Or did the god himself/herself/itself reveal such a form full of symbolism to the seers?

    And regarding the fifth:

    Tell me what is powerful, a pen or a gun? What is power for you? Destruction or construction? Also, when a deity is non-physical, what is your logic for associating physical weapon to a non-physical deity? Weapons are symbolic of psycho-physio-spiritual functional abilities in human evolution. An example is Mace (Gada) – it is symbolic to cerebro spinal system of human, Conch (Sankam) – symbol of cymatics power of sound/vibration, Flute (an instrument) – symbol of 9/10 holed human body filled with vital Pranas (vayu) giving the melody of life.

    Why would the weapons, instruments in hands of god symbolise something that is present in humans and not his attributes, I don’t understand.

    Also like you had told in your post on Vedas, the realisation/principles of Vedas are eternal not the books themselves, similarly I think such an explaination would help me understand how gods are timeless if they hold weapons that came into existence after the iron age, (I’m really sorry no offense is meant) and perhaps you clearing my doubt regarding the 4th one would help.

    Regarding the 6th:

    I’m very sorry again, you seem to be offended, my question was framed wrong, what I wanted to ask was why does god take avatars only in India?

    And thanks alot for the suggestions, for know please clear just the above doubts, from now I wills start reading Master E.K because co-incidentally my cousin had gone to the Homeopathy center in Vizag and also had purchased the overseas messages 12 vol set of master E.K and I would combine it with your books (I’ll order the remaining two) and your blog articles, I will make sure that I atleast find little time to read all these everyday for the benefit of my own sake.

    Sir please also note I don’t think religious wisdom found in our scriptures are superstitious/meaningless/man made, if I had thought so I wouldn’t have even asked you all this, I would have convienced myself that it’s all because the religious concepts are man-made, because I believed it’s due to my ignorance, I had asked you to clear it.

    Thank you.

    Happy Ganesha Chaturthi.

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    1. Hi, good to know the relevant details. Happy to see an earnest seeker.

      No offense taken. My style of explaining is via asking questions, so don’t mind deviations. Doesn’t mean I am offended. I just want to be sure before I embark on an explanatory journey.

      Absolutely right. The symbols are man made. The inexplicable truth when expressed in human tongue, needs human language. But keeping in mind the ever changing nahi ture of things, some symbols are chosen which are everlasting (or atleast some long time durations). As you rightly asked, the symbols are revealed by the self within their self. So its hard to say if God revealed to them or not because, if I say he/she/it (god) did, then that means they are seperate from him/her/it (god). But revelations happen when state of union is achieved. So using their memory (smriti) the revelations were encoded using 6 keys (read the keys article in blog) and are given out as vocal utterances (WORD of GOD or Vrishabha in Veda) as Sruti.

      I did not understand your question on “why would the weapons, instruments….”

      Iron age is for physical humans. Let me ask u the following. When man first imvented a weapon, did it occur to him in hisnmind or not? So the blueprint of the weapon is in non physical planes. Now, before his invention, many would have tried similar things but he would have reached perfection after the ancestral hardwork. How did the ancestors got the idea at all? Where does such idea of weapon itself originate? That location from where these blueprints originate is called supra cosmic domain or “Parame Vyoman” in Veda. That means, devas or deities whom the Vedas or Puranas depict belong to non physical domains having certain functional qualities. When they descend into human comprehensive planes, mixed with human mind (individual Indra – lord of indriyas or devas) manifests the impulsive cloudy ideas into physical constructions.

      So, a weapon created in some age of humanity, has its original roots (not the weapon as such but the functional idea) in the mind of group consciousness called Manu (from whom the word Man and Mind came). So there is no illogical error in depicting deities holding weaponary of modern times yet they belonging to ancient times. Your doubt of gun, etc is valid but remember a deity’s depiction by seers is for us to meditate so that the deities powers manifest as our life’s qualities. To achieve this, they take natural symbols that always exist with us. Bow and arrows (eye brows and thoughts), discus (the wheel of time), etc.

      If you read Telugu, go to EK’s bhagavatam first. It is a proper place to start, especially the prefaces of all volumes penned by him. Else, 12 volumes are great.

      Best wishes.

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      1. Thanks alot for the great reply sir, very much appreciated 🙏

        But you haven’t cleared this doubts of mine 😅:

        And regarding the fifth:

        Tell me what is powerful, a pen or a gun? What is power for you? Destruction or construction? Also, when a deity is non-physical, what is your logic for associating physical weapon to a non-physical deity? Weapons are symbolic of psycho-physio-spiritual functional abilities in human evolution. An example is Mace (Gada) – it is symbolic to cerebro spinal system of human, Conch (Sankam) – symbol of cymatics power of sound/vibration, Flute (an instrument) – symbol of 9/10 holed human body filled with vital Pranas (vayu) giving the melody of life.

        Why would the weapons, instruments in hands of god symbolise something that is present in humans and not his attributes, I don’t understand.

        Also like you had told in your post on Vedas, the realisation/principles of Vedas are eternal not the books themselves, similarly I think such an explaination would help me understand how gods are timeless if they hold weapons that came into existence after the iron age, (I’m really sorry no offense is meant) and perhaps you clearing my doubt regarding the 4th one would help.

        Regarding the 6th:

        I’m very sorry again, you seem to be offended, my question was framed wrong, what I wanted to ask was why does god take avatars only in India?

        And sir I do read Telugu but seems like my cousin didn’t buy the set of Bhagavatam 😓, probably because he doesn’t know to read Telugu, I feel disappointed about it, can I somehow order it online?

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  14. Okay let me reframe my questions:

    1. You said the weapons are symbolic of psycho physio spiritual functional abilities in human evolution, my question is why would the weapons symbolise something in humans instead of attributes of the lord himself?

    Like for example see the usual icongraphy explaining of the Sudharshana Chakra:

    The Discus (cakra)

    bala svarūpam atyanta javenāntaritānilam |

    cakra svarūpañca mano dhatte viṣṇuḥ kare sthitam ||

    In the form of mighty power, revolving swifter than the winds— the Universal Mind in the form of a wheel is held in the hand of Vishnu. (V.P. 1;22; 70.)

    The Cosmic Mind has the unlimited power which creates and destroys all spheres of existence (lokas) and forms of the universe, the nature of which is to revolve. According to the Ahirbudhnya Samhita 2;26, the Discus represents the “will-to-multiply”. In the beginning the Lord said to Himself eko’ham bahu syam — I am one, may I become many. And thus He projected the manifold universe that we see around us. There is only one center to the wheel but it is said to have a thousand spokes (sahasrara).

    The Discus is called sudarshana which means ‘pleasing-to-see’, it is usually shown in iconography with a hexagon in the center. The six points of the two triangles represent the six seasons in a yearly time cycle, in the center nave is the seed sound (bija) ‘hrim’, which represents the changeless, motionless center, the Supreme Cause.

    The Wheel has eight spokes and 8 wings, which represent the eight syllables of the sacred Ashtakshari mantra, while the outer circle of the wheel represents ‘maya’, the divine power of manifestation.

    athāṣṭāram-aṣṭapatraṁ cakraṁ bhavatyaṣṭākṣarā vai gāyatrī gāyatryā saṁmitaṁ bhavati barhir-māyayā veṣṭitaṁ bhavati kṣetraṁ kṣetraṁ vai māyaiṣā saṁpadyate || (N-p-t-Up 5;2.)

    In the microcosm the Universal Mind corresponds to the active-notion-of-individual-existence (rajas ahamkara) that is associated with the fiery principle. “The prodigious power of the mind can destroy all forms of ignorance, hence the discus is the fearful weapon which cuts off the heads of all the demons of error “. (Sri Vishnu tattva sidhanta 5;19 44-45).

    Here the chakra symbolism conveys us about the lord and his attributes so, why would the weapons convey something present in humans rather than the attributes of god??

    2. Why do avatars take birth in India only? Like Rama, Krishna .etc

    3. Is hell real according to hinduism? Some say it is not but it’s Arthavada to make people behave properly, even I can’t accept the concept of hell and heaven in Hinduism as for me it doesn’t fit in the frame of Karma, like bad karma you suffer in next life, good karma you enjoy in next life, where do Hell and Heaven fit in?

    4. I read one of your posts, which conveys spiritual origin of cosmos

    Sri Maha Vishnu –> Brahma comes out of him —> due to duality Sri Maha Vishnu becomes just Vishnu —> then the dissolution of Brahma (separate ego conciousness of the universe) back in into Vishnu (dormant potential conciousness) is Shiva.

    Am I correct?

    So the trinity represent cosmic principles but not actual individual gods? If yes/ If the form of lord if Maya, then why do scriptures talk of Vaikuntha, Goloka, Kailasha .etc where one can live with their istha? Are they simply allegories/symbolisms?

    Please answer my questions kindly 🙏

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    1. 1. Yat pinde tat brahmande and Man is made in the image of God.

      2. Who said there are no avatars in other lands? Have you read all the world scriptures and then concluded this? Let’s again get back on this once u find time to digest Isis unveiled and secret doctrine. The whole purpose of secret doctrine is to discard such narrow views and expand the horizons introducing harmony in world scriptures. The concept of 7 races, root races (now the word is changed to human-wave of evolution by Master KPK due to wrong usage of word race on moder times) across the globe should suggest something different to what you “know”. Get a copy of Human evolution and divine plan by Geoffrey Barborka, it helps a lot.

      3. I will write an article on this when. Remind me of i forget. In short, hell and heaven are the state of experiences the entity has after leaving the physical sheath. Because, it’s not just soul (which is otherwise pure and equivalent to lord Omnipresence) that escapes the body. It’s soul+buddhi+higher mind which has vault of Vasanas (impressions) which needs nullification by a way of experience. Is your dream real? Is the pain/pleasure in your sleep or dream real? If so then hell and heaven are real. Else false. Depends on what “you” understand. Yat bhavan tat bhavati. That is why description of hell and heaven is different in different places of the world but the concept remains same.

      Get back on last later.

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    2. Are there commentaries on Isis Unveiled and Secret doctrine? They seem very hard to digest, any commentaries would be greatly appreciated.

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      1. “The Divine Plan” by Barborka is “like” a commentary to Secret doctrine. SD itself is an expansion of Isis Unveiled. EK’s bhagavatam has elements of commentary to SD, that’s why it’s an unparalleled work.

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  15. Hello sir,

    I started reading your book, so far so good…. I wanted to know the meaning of your poem written in the beginning which starts by “Isn’t the music of our soul, a speck of dust on his sole”, though I think I understood something, I would like to hear from yourself the proper interpretation of the meaning of your poem.. 🙂.

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    1. Though I would like to explain, a poem must not be explained by its poet (it becomes a prose. Then why write a poem at all ?!). A poem is a seed, containing not his knowledge, but expression. An expression is experienced by different people in different ways. Let the poem take its seat in your understanding and slowly reveal it’s depths as you journey further.

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    2. Also, accumulate all that you do not seem to understand and send me an email after first or second read. I am planning to write a book on fundamental tenets of Vedic dharma (Hinduism, though i don’t agree with this word of -ism) in future. Helps me to clarify few things better

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      1. Sure sir, I’ll read it twice contemplate on it and if I don’t understand something, I’ll mail you my doubts and sir, I actually write on Quora, so I know how a Hindu’s mindset and an outsider mindset is about the hindu religion based on my experience with 100’s of people (not exaggerating), I also know the frequently asked doubts about them and also infact the aspects they criticise about the religion (even the hindus!), So I think you can help many people clarifying them.

        And sir I think even Swami Sivananda garu’s book: https://www.dlshq.org/download/all-about-hinduism/

        May help you in writing your book.

        And sir I had read Swami Vivekananda, he constantly degrades Occultism and mysticism saying they may have great truths in them but they have degenerated our country, he also says somewhere they try to portray that there are huge mysteries hidden .etc but don’t get into all these.

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      2. Thanks for the ref. Quora – u seem to be doing great job. Answers will come from me when they need, so I don’t worry about that.
        In fact, theosophical society and Vivekananda had mutually disagreeable moments (for an external eye) also. If u dig more u will see. But why to dig and see, what do we get? I hence stopped pondering on these “time machine” aspects😅.

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    3. Also sir, I keep hearing things like meditate on the verse to know it’s meaning.etc but how can one meditate on the verse? Is it to close your eyes and mentally chant the verse? And how does that help in knowing the meaning?

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      1. Meditation means the following. Just like, in general, whatever a new born’s mother does, her concentration and focus lies on what the baby is doing. Similarly, whatever you do, the thought – idea – meaning & creative exploration of the higher mind (that mind which is more intuitive than logic) should keep running on the background. This is meditation. This reveals the secrets behind the meanings of verses, not intellectually, but by the way of unfolding themselves as a part of your being.

        Remember Kalidasa said “Word and meaning are inseparable”.

        This is what meditate on verses mean. Not sitting and closing eyes. The latter is a starting point to trigger the process because for an untrained mind, the former is impossible.

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  16. I never understood the intent of Swami Vivekananda saying all these and degrading mysticism and occultism, I think you may be capable of clarifying it somehow…

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    1. Every coin has a heads and a tail. Similarly every field has bright and dark sides based on the application of the raw potential. Vivekananda was aiming at the darker side of things. Blavatsky aims at the brighter side of things. That is why in Taittireeya Upanishad, seers say, “Take those things from elders (or events) that which is needed by you. Do not take those that seem not to agree with what you think as satyam”.So, keeping this attitude in life and going forward by taking all relavent and agreeable things, we build a building of wisdom. Else, we would stay where we are by simultaneously constructing and destroying our own platform to stand.

      So, all the differences you see in the stalwarts’ opinions, leave them as is and do not heed to the desire to engage in them. Because, time is valuable and we do not have enough information to “analyze” the situation in which they spoke/wrote so. Be in the path of Synthesis (what i described above – a harmonious intake of suitable elements and applying to life).

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      1. Thank you sir! Also after reading your post on Vedas, I’ve become really interested in unlocking the wisdom from Vedas, I see you have suggested 7 books which would help in that path backside of your book, may I know what and all books will help us decode/unlock the wisdom in Vedas in a holistic way? I know in order to gain wisdom, spritual practices are to be done in the first place, Which I’m doing, so I would like to know about the books which would unveil me the hidden knowledge of Vedas so that I can make wisdom out of it.

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      2. Right Books will find you when it’s the right time. Gather all the books that I quoted from this blog or my books and see what ignites the spark in you. A book that i like may not be the same for you. How do u think I found these books? I too don’t know. It’s magical. I have collected more than 1200 books in my home library. Interestingly, I read every book briefly, but after reading Master EK’s works, all other works seemed harmonious. The clarity is what I got from which everything else seemed very coherent. For me, Master E K’s works became the key. You should also wait for your keys to appear, while continuing your search , because we can’t stop that which drives us

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      3. May I know your username there? And do you write there? Sir I suggest, you write whatever you are writing there, it will reach wider no of people and help them, it may take little time though.

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      4. Why should it reach wider audience? Goal should not be that. It’s rajas working in us that makes us think what we know should reach wider audience. The sattva in us will teach over experience than reaching wider audience, reaching right audience is what is needed. Who r the right audience? An earnest seeker, like you have been since a year (or more). How did you contact me? How did you stumble upon my blog? How did I stumble upon master EK’s works? So long ago intentions stopped coming from me and only indications started to show. If seems right, I follow, else I don’t. Quora seems not a right platform to express these things. Its like a school class filled with students from grades 1-10 in single room. Hence the fuss. It’s wrong also to take multiple opinions spontaneously before even experimenting on the truth value by following the suggestions.

        Hope u got the gist.

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      1. That would be great! It would be even good if you show them in the video explaining briefly about the books there and how you stumbled upon them if possible! 😅.

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      2. Sir you forgot to answer my last question, you said you will do it later but seems like you forgot, so please do answer now :
        So the trinity represent cosmic principles but not actual individual gods? If yes/ If the form of lord if Maya, then why do scriptures talk of Vaikuntha, Goloka, Kailasha .etc where one can live with their istha? Are they simply allegories/symbolisms??

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      3. Hi, maybe I forgot. What is meant by individual god? You mean like a human? Of course not. When we said numbers are gods (prajapatis) how can their lord’s be humanised? It’s our inability to go beyond form that we interpret scriptures like that. When the brilliant sunncomes into our room via window, it seems dull. But if we come to terrace we realise it’s brightness. Similarly the scriptures.

        The different lokas are scientific names given to “planes of existence”. For example in a class, when a student is day dreaming, where does he exist? Even though he exists physically, his mind is absent. So his real existence is in mental planes. Similarly, where does platonic world exists or Numbers exist? Where does light exists before it is emitted by an atom/molecular Transition? The answer is the different names our scriptures gave.
        Vaikuntha = the domain of no deformities; Goloka = the plane of light; Kailasa = the plane of subtle eternal vibration, etc.

        Like that we have many technical terms related toany planes of existence.

        I noticed that your website is coming soon and it’s named ancient wisdom. Venturing into similar domain like this blog or a different theme? All the best.

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  17. Hi, it’s actually a different theme 😄, not spiritual but actually material..ha so these aren’t the worlds which are something more subtle than we think? But Siddeshwar Ananda bharati Swamiji told once he saw a person like Vishnu coming down, he thought it’s Vishnu and bowed to him, but he said he was a musician last life and he had attained Vaikuntha through Bakthi and hence got form of lord but once when kala bhairava visited he made fun of him, so kala bhairava made him stand Between both worlds and told Swamiji to help him, swami did Kalabhairava Pooja and prayed, the devotee went back to vaikuntha, so in this story everything seems as described in shastras and not subtle as you told no? How is it possible? Or are both Aspects overlapped/interlinked/exist simultaneously? Please explain and also may I know who your Sri Vidya guru is? Where did you take deeksha? 🙂

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    1. Its a symbol ma. Listen to the story andnpirece through the viel of human tongue. I can’t help u there. It’s your evolution that should make u see through. So explore more. In regards to deeksha and all, I am in the path of Master E K and that’s all I can share.

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  18. Sir I want to go to Shambhala to retrieve some old scriptures and benefit humanity, I know the maps and directions can be found in works of Madame Blavatsky, Nicholas Rorich, Dr. vedavyas but I have heard you need to open your shushumna Nadi in order to access that dimension, is it true? If yes then what yogic practices should I do to open shushmna nadi? Please tell

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    1. That is the wrong understanding. Even Blavatsky couldn’t enter unless “they” allowed. So only practice we can do is to follow what is already given than to search for something new to change. There is nothing new in hinalayas and nothing to be changed in the world. Only we have to transform. So primary principles of Yama and Niyama of patanjali are more than enough to open any channels or tunnels inside us.

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