Saturday, August 29, 2015

Bhagavan Buddha: ~ Do not believe in anything merely on the authority of your teachers and elders.*****




There are different grades mindsets, which is unable to grasp the God in truth. The Advaitic wisdom requires demands sharpness to grasp the truth which is beyond the form, time, and space. Just by sitting mindless and imagining you are seeing God keeps you in the prison of the dualistic illusion. 

Realize the Soul, the innermost is the ultimate truth or Brahman or God. The Soul, which is present in the form of the consciousness itself, is God. The consciousness is the cause of the world in which you exist. And the consciousness itself is uncaused. 
Thus, the truth realization itself is God realization because the ultimate truth is Brahman or God. The self-realization is God realization and God realization is real worship.
 

Bhagavan Buddha: ~ Do not believe in anything merely on the authority of your teachers and elders.

 What is God in actuality? 


“Where is God?” 

People say how God is everywhere, but they do not know because they are holding their religious propagated belief in religious God. The religious propagated God is limited to particular religion, community sect and creed cannot be universal. The believers of the other religion, community sect and creed will not accept any other God as their own other than their inherited accepted idea of God. 

The world in which you exist is not separate from God because the world in which you exist is created out of God. God is not imagination whatever you think of God is imagination based on the false self within the false experience. 

When Upanishad itself declares: ~ Sarvam khalvidam brahma ~ All this (universe) is verily Brahman. By following back all of the relative appearances in the world, we eventually return to that from which it is all manifest – the non-dual reality (Chandogya Upanishad). 

Sage Sri, Sankara’s Supreme Brahman (God) is impersonal, Nirguna (without Gunas or attributes), Nirakara (formless), Nirvisesha (without special characteristics), immutable, eternal and Akarta (non-agent). It is above all needs and desires. It is always the Witnessing Subject. It can never become an object as It is beyond the reach of the senses. Brahman is non-dual, one without a second. It has no other beside it. It is destitute of difference, either external or internal. Brahman cannot be described because description implies a distinction. Brahman cannot be distinguished from any other than It. In Brahman, there is not the distinction of substance and attribute. Sat-Chit-Ananda constitutes the very essence or Svarupa of Brahman, and not just Its attributes. The Nirguna Brahman of Sage Sri, Sankara is impersonal. 

Sage Sri, Sankara: ~"That which permeates all, which nothing transcends and which, like the universal space around us, fills everything completely from within and without, that Supreme non-dual Brahman (God)." 

Lord Krishna Says Ch ~V: ~ “Those who know me in truth.". The last two words (tattvataha) are usually ignored by pundits, but they make all the difference between the ordinary concept of God and the truth about God. 


The Bhagavad Gita: ~ Brahman hi pratisthaham ~ Brahman (God) is considered the all-pervading consciousness, which is the basis of all the animate and inanimate entities and material. (14.27). 

When Bhagavad Gita says, God is considered the all-pervading consciousness which is the basis of all the animate and inanimate entities and material then nothing has to be accepted other than consciousness a God. 

Lord Krishna Says Ch ~V: ~ “Those who know me in truth.". The last two words (tattvataha) are usually ignored by pundits, but they make all the difference between the ordinary concept of God and the truth about God. 

The dualistic worship of "God” is only for the ignorant populace. The God in truth is only Atman, the innermost Self. In reality, there is no duality, no differentiation. Only Atman exists. 

In Yajurveda – chapter- 32:~ It has been said that God Supreme or Supreme Spirit. 

If God is formless Spirit, then how does the man know God created the world? There is no proof. If the man had seen God creating the world, he could admit it, but how could he have seen God before he came into existence? (i.e. were created). 

The Vedas confirms God is Atman (Spirit), the innermost Self. 


Rig Veda: ~ The Atman is the cause; Atman is the support of all that exists in this universe. May ye never turn away from the Atman the innermost self. May ye never accept another God in place of the Atman nor worship other than the Atman?" (10:48, 5)
 
Rig-Veda 1-164-46 and Y.V 32-1 clearly mention that God is “One”. 

Rig Veda declares God is ‘ONE’ and God is Atman, then why believe and worship in place of real God. 

Brihad Upanishad: ~ “If you think there is another entity, whether man or God there is no truth." 

Brihadaranyaka Upanishad: ~ Brahman (God) is the form of the Athma, and it is indeed Athma itself. 

People who are saying ‘I Am GOD’ are hallucinating that they become God. First, you must know what is God. 

Thus, truth-realization is self-realization. The self-realization is God realization. God -realization is real worship.