Thursday, January 15, 2015

All are alive in the Universe

All are alive in the Universe.

We generally identify life with activity. But in spirituality, life is everywhere, seamless, like all flowers exist in honey or earth in all pots or gold in all ornaments.

Not only you and I or the animals, birds, insects, plants, trees, etc, the creatures around us are the live elements but all, whatever we see the Sun, the Moon, the Earth, the Planets, the Stars, the air, the fire, the  the rivers, the oceans, the mountains, etc, all are live.

Remember, Ram Krishna Param Hansa was talking to Kali through the same idol that exists today. We are not. Such great was her devotion to Shri Krishna, that Meerabai merged with the lord in his temple at Dwarka in Gujarat. There are many stories in Hindu mythology regarding Mountains, Rivers, Seas, giving bless.

"You will say to this mountain, Move from here to there, and it will move"... Jesus. (faith that moves, the mountain)


They are all live. Their manifestations of chetana/life in different intensity differentiate each of the element.

All are in existence in the principle of life (Prana). Intensity of your connectivity connects with them. The Earth, the Sun, the Moon, etc are also the live performance of Brahman, like us.

Sat (supreme being), the pure Being wiped, 'May I be another." May I reveal Myself in this multiform of creation. The Being (eternal existence), due to life/chetana in it, with a will of eko aham bahusyam bhavati, manifesting it through mixture of five basic elements and it's tanmatras. These are Space, Air, Fire, Water and Earth.

The only difference between the live creatures and non live objects are the manifestation of life/chetana in it. There are four categories of chetana/life described in Yog Vashishtha. Ghan susupti, Kshin susupti, Swapana susupti, Jagrati. Earth, mountains etc are in ghan susupti. Plants and trees are in kshin susupti and live creatures including humans are in swapana susupti. Only humans have chance to progress in next stage of jagriti by knowing self. Therefore, saints have given more importance to human life considering it as a rare opportunity of salvation.

All are substance of the Being, the eternal. Those who see the Universe with this vision they are seeing the right.

सर्वं खल्विदं ब्रह्म’ (All this is indeed Brahman)

15 January 2015


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