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Sun Mar 11, 2018 7:27 am (PDT) . Posted by:

"Ravi Mamparambath" adhyathmikam

Rig Veda Book 2 Chapter 1 Hymn 0122 to 0136 - YouTube

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Rig Veda Book 2 Chapter 1 Hymn 0122 to 0136 - YouTube

The Rig Veda is a collection of Vedic Sanskrit hymns counted among the four Hindu religious texts known as the V...
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Om Namo NarayanayaDr. M. R. Ravi

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Sun Mar 11, 2018 8:19 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

swamypvap

Eswara is Sarva Vyapakam, Anantam and Achintyam(unthinkable). Eswara is Tri Kaalaatmakam but Eswara is Tri Kaalaateetam. Eswara is Tri Gunaatmakam but Eswara is Tri Gunaateetam. Eswara is in all the Avashthalu (three states) consisting of Jagrath Avashtha (waken state), Swapna Avashtha(dream state) and Susupti Avashtha(deep sleep state) but Eswara is beyond these three states and Eswara is always in Turiyam/Nirvaanam. As a Jiva (individual) is subjected to one of the above said three states at any point of time in 24*7, it would not be possible for a individual either to imagine or think of that state which is in the three states but at the same time it is beyond the above said three states. This state can be imagined as that state which is in a solid, liquid and a gas but at the same time it is neither a solid nor a liquid nor a gas. Another example that can be quoted in this context is the number One which is a part of two, three and four but at the same time the number One is different from two, three and four at the same time.
A million dollar question arises in mind that how to conceive Eswara Tatvam.. There is one and only way and that is to realize Mata Eswari as Eswara Kari is Esawara Jhnana Swarupini/ Eswara Sakti Swarupini. As Eswara Jhnana Swarupini /Prajhnana Swarupini/Prakruti Jhnana Swarupini, Mata is Pratyaksha Maaheswari. As Pratyaksha Maaheswari, Mata is Prakrruti Swarupini/Poorna Kruti Swarupini. As Prakruti Swarupini Mata is Icchha Sakti, Jhnana Sakti and Kriya Sakti Swarupini. As Icchha Sakti, Jhnana Sakti and Kriya Sakti Swarupini, Mata is Srushthi, Sthiti and Laya Kaarini. As Srushthi, Sthiti and Laya kaarini, Mata is Omkara Beejaakshari consisting of three Beejamulu (A-U-M) and Eswara is Omkara Moolam. This Tatvam (philosophy) can be visualized that Mata is Sadaa Poorna Swarupini (circle consisting of the above said three components) and Eswara as the center/basis(Moolam/Aadharam)without Gunamulu (dimensions). This is due to the fact that center of a circle has no dimensions as a point(Binduvu). Self realization means realization of that Sadaa Poorna Swaarupni(circle which is revolving around its center as the basis) as Visva Bramana Kaarini /Eswara Sakti Swarupinui/Gati Sakti (kinetic energy)/Eswari is same as its center(Eswara)as Sthaanuvu (immovable)/Sthiti Sakti( potential energy). This truth can be understood as the revolution of all the planets around the Sun as their center/ basis. Thus the Sun causes movement to all the planets without having any individual movement.
That is how Eswara Tatvam(philosophy) is embedded in Nature (Prakruti). For example trees and plants prepare food in their leaves as their kitchen in the presence of sun light and this process is known as Photo synthesis. Trees and plants give the food so prepared to the human beings. The food so obtained from the trees/plants give energy(Prana Sakti) to the human beings when they consume it. Besides this, trees breath in carbon dioxide and breath out oxygen during day time and thus they increase the oxygen level in air which is very essential for the survival of human beings. Apart from protecting the environment from pollution, trees also provides the medicines to the human beings and protect us by controlling the floods to the rivers.
From the above discussion it would be clear that Eswara Tatvam (policy) is embedded in Prakruti(Nature) as the administrative force. Eswara is in all Bhutamulu /Praanulu (beings) as Bhuta Natham/Atma. All the beings are subjected to the four natural instincts namely Aahaaram, Nidra, Bhayam and Mithunam. In accordance with Prakruti Dharmam/Niyamam (Law of Nature), we should also share and care for the have-nots in the form of extending service and feeding the hungry people by remaining hungry just like the trees which breath in carbon dioxide and breath out oxygen which is a unique life giving force to the human beings. It is a common sight to see the mango trees with their branches hanging down due to the heavy weight of delicious mango fruits in hot summer. Thus a mango tree serves the human beings with its fruits without expecting any return whatever it may be from them. Similarly air moves from the areas of high pressure to the areas of low pressure and rivers flow down from the heights of mountains and provide water to us for our survival. Even we get vitamin-D from the from the morning sun light apart from the other key benefits.
Keeping in view the policy /philosophy of Prakruti, Nature is to be (Prakruti) considered as the best teacher and accordingly we should imbibe Eswara Tatvam (philosophy) as embedded in Prakruti(Nature) in our own life as the Law of life, Order of life and Way of life.




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