Friday, November 16, 2012

The Ultimate truth or Brahman is universal it not the property of any religion.

The formless soul. which is present in the form the consciousness is everything. Thus consciousness is ultimate truth or Brahman.  There is no second thing but consciousness, whereas to say "God is in me" is mysticism.

Gnanic bliss is non-dual. Self-awareness is Gnanic bliss. . In self-awareness  there is no enjoyer present to enjoy it, or to distinguish it from misery. The yogi reveals only in 'bliss' that is experienced i.e. that comes and goes, but he is not Gnanic.

Gnanic peace will be disturbed only if one recognizes a second. Hence the yogic peace is temporary: the only enduring peace belongs to the sages of truth for it is non-dual.

Dualist or realists could not distinguish between ‘I’ and ‘formless witness.’  They take ‘I’ as self or witness. Their highest is to say I AM THAT without verification. They are so much attached to the 'I' that they do not want to think that 'I' does not exist. Again one is unable to detach the ‘I’ from the Real witness, which is ever formless Dualists’ sages foolishly hold that the “I” still persist in deep sleep; but he can't prove it.
Rig-Veda says: - “Truth is one; the wise call it many names”.
The Ultimate truth or Brahman  is universal it not the property of any religion. Religions in the past have been scared with inter religious conflicts that, to this day cause distress and devastation around the world.  Until there is self-knowledge or self-realization there will never be peace. Everyone will be thinking the false self as truth self and false experience as reality and the violence will continue in the name of god and religion, which are part of the illusion.
Unity in diversity is not possible through religion. This universal brotherhood is an impossibility through religion.  Thus there is a need to bifurcate religious, yogic and all theoretical paths based   on the false self [ego] to realize the ultimate truth, because the truth lies beyond the mind, which is in the form universe.  Until and unless one is able to trace the source of the mind from where it erupts and subsides truth realization is impossible.   Therefore, realizing the fact that, the self is not form but self is formless in order understand and assimilate and realize the nondual truth. Without the nondual wisdom the experience of duality will remain as reality. Without realizing the duality is unreal unity in diversity is impossible. 
All the accumulated knowledge of religion and yoga and paths and theories are mere dross in pursuit of truth. Religion and yoga are helpful for the mass and the society but they are obstacles in unfolding the mystery of the mind.

Even Upanishad says:
Katha Upanishad: - This Atman cannot be attained by the study of the Vedas, or by intelligence, or by much hearing of sacred books. It is attained by him alone whom It chooses. To such a one Atman reveals Its own form. (Ch.-II -23-P-20)
Mundaka Upanishad: - This Atman cannot be attained through the study of the Vedas, nor through intelligence, nor through much learning. He who chooses Atman—by him alone is Atman attained. It is the Atman that reveals to the seeker Its true nature. (3 –page-70)

When the Upanishads say, it is attained by him alone whom it chooses. To such a one Atman reveals its own form.  Then what is the use of indulging through our intelligence or our accumulated knowledge, when one is not chosen by the self, which is the soul, which is in the form of consciousness.

Even in the Buddhism: - Buddhist teaching has itself become a kind of interactive and self-evolving process, much like its idea of pratityasamutpada. However, the end goal is still Nirvana, which is an experience ultimately beyond all concepts and language, even beyond the Buddhist teachings. In the end even the attachment to the Dharma, the Buddhist teaching, must be dropped like all other attachments. The tradition compares the teaching to a raft upon which one crosses a swift river to get to the other side; once one is on the far shore; there is no longer any need to carry the raft. The far shore is Nirvana, and it is also said that when one arrives, one can see quite clearly that there was never any river at all.

 The scriptures and theories and teaching based on the ego are not the yardstick. Using them as yardstick to understand and assimilate the truth will lead one towards the pursuit of arguments. Seeker of truth has to discover on his own, the truth of his true existence by inquiring “what is mind?” and “what is the substance of the mind?” and move forward.  

The ultimate truth is one without the second, the one is not in the sense half or two, but the one that remains forever One, without the second.  The consciousness is all pervading. There is no place where consciousness is not.

Consciousness is in everyone, consciousness is in everything .Consciousness is one behind many. Consciousness alone is. It means the universe is the visible form of consciousness. Formless and colorless  consciousness’s creative and impulsive imagination to know itself as omnipresent, infinite and eternal. And consciousness in turn invisible form of the universe.
 Since not all people are aware of the fact that, they are an experience within another experience (waking or dream). The mind is an experience, which contains everyone and everything and the universe. Since one limits the mind to the physical entity, he forgets the fact that, his body and the universe are an experience, within waking or dream experience. It is impossible to unfold the mystery of his true existence without realizing the fact that, the self is not physical but the self is  formlesss consciousness.   If the self is not physical then it is erroneous to judge and conclude the truth on the base of the physical self or ego. Thus the truth has to be judged on the base of the formless soul, the innermost self. 

Without  rectifying  the reasoning  base from form to formless the truth will not be revealed.

On the standpoint of the formless soul, the innermost self:-

There is nothing to accept,
Nothing to reject,
Nothing to hold on to,
Nothing to let go of,
Nothing to grasp,
Nothing to spurn,
Nothing to embrace,
Nothing to relinquish,
Nothing to dissolve.