Archive | November, 2012

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Witness yourself

Posted on 30 November 2012 by Meena-Om

Learn to witness yourself, so you can read the messages of Supreme Being in your true being, without your mind interference. By doing so, you will gain clarity. It is not easy. It might take a few months to master this. However it is important to start now. This will help you understand the message of the year also. So stop witnessing others now and start witnessing yourself.

While witnessing others, you become judgmental. Now is the time to witness yourself. So that you can read the messages the Divine is writing on your slate. And instead of using your mind to cook up excuses, deny or negate these, ask the Supreme for strength to follow these messages, to execute these messages. All this starts from witnessing yourself.

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Clarity

Posted on 28 November 2012 by Meena-Om

Clarity reflects the growth of consciousness. It develops by constant and progressive, deepening, heightening and widening of our being. It comes by cutting all bondages of mind, body and life. It descends when we are freed from the cobwebs of ego and begin to experience the light of soul. When we feel the will and purpose of the soul in the universe and live in the thought of oneness, clarity touches it climax. For clarity we have to take plunge within to discover our reality.

There are several pathies developed and promoted by new age spiritual gurus for this purpose, but whatever path is followed it needs unflinching faith, courage, perseverance and surrender. This is the only force which can enlighten the mind, reveal the reality and cut the ignorance -darkness.

The purpose of creation is growth. Transformation of mind and body into expression of universal truth – to reflect the grace and glory of perfect universal mechanism – which is described as POORN (whole and complete) in Vedas. To go through life behaving according to supreme consciousness is the only Dharm. Not to act through one’s ego or according to others will is a difficult endeavour but it is in reality a true sadhana. To be an instrument of the divine force is the only job (or to fit into supreme design) for human to bring love and light to our planet.

A mind that is restless and is always analyzing things intellectually cannot have clarity. When you enter the field of clarity by cutting all ignorance you no longer live in mind and ego but in the divine consciousness. Transformation starts happening and your whole being becomes an expression and expansion of this truth. To live and act through this vaster consciousness becomes the law of life. Truly significant things for growth cannot be understood by technical pathies or intellectual reasoning. Clarity leads to purity. Purity is the true Dharm of nature.

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Five points to remember always

Posted on 24 November 2012 by Meena-Om

I. BE IN GRATITUDE AND PRAY FOR GRACE
Today I shall live in gratitude and aspire for divine grace. Pray for being a deserving medium for universal cosmic energy that heals whole and complete.

II. LIVE THE MOMENT TO PERFECTION
Today I will not be in the state of doership or worry about anything from situations to objects. Live each moment to the best of your abilities and everything else will be taken care of by nature’s law.

III. BALANCE ENERGY FOR RHYTHM AND HARMONY
Today I will not be angry or deplete my energy in acute emotional outbursts. Acute emotions and anger are the result of feeling out of control. If you are experiencing these do not feel guilty, be aware of your reactions and feel thankful for having got an opportunity to look at your weaknesses and pent up emotions due to subconscious traumas, guilt and fear.

IV. BE HONEST AND TRUTHFUL TO YOURSELF
Today I will try my best to do my work perfectly and honestly using all my physical and mental capacities. To be honest with oneself is to face truth in all things, truth brings clarity. Honesty with yourself will project honesty into others.

V. LOVE AND RESPECT FOR ALL BEING AND MATTER
Today I will show love and respect for all being and matter everything. To show love and respect to everything is to love and respect our Mother Earth and ourselves.

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The language of symbols

Posted on 21 November 2012 by Meena-Om

Symbols have a unique world of their own. They speak through various forms like lines, dots colors etc and represent complete scriptures. These are spontaneous expressions and are created to represent inner truths and feelings. Since these are forceful and complete inner expression only those individuals who are sensitive to visual representations can relate or decode these. Symbols have instant associations for example seeing a ‘mace’ one is reminded of Hanumanji or Bhim, the Sudarshan chakra reminds us of the strength of Vishnu and Sri Krishna’s invincibility. The bow and arrow reminds us of Sri Ram and the ‘trishul’ or trident of Durga, the ‘damru’ of Lord Shiva and last but not the least the rat reminds us of the benevolent Ganesha. Like these there are various symbols and a variety of deities and their divine qualities are completely represented through them. To realise and understand these in totality and to translate them into our daily sadhna, to feel their essence and wisdom, spontaneous and accurate response and complete karm are necessary. Only people who have divine vision and are truthful seekers can experience and realise these. Just like Sri Krishna’s divine ‘virat rup’ could only be viewed by Sanjay and Arjun.

The ancient seers of our land were very wise to have cleverly concealed the secrets of the science of human existence, natural and universal mysteries in the form of our various deities and their heroic deeds.

Knowledge stored in the written word and verbal traditions can easily be lost or misinterpreted to suit selfish purposes. But the purity of symbolic representation can only be decoded by individual selected by divine choice and this knowledge flows to the true seeker because only TRUTH can reach TRUTH. THIS IS THE TRUTH.

All scriptures related to our Indian culture mention in some place or the other the fact that ‘these are spiritual secrets and should be imparted only to the deserving.’ There is a reason for this statement. Symbolic language, their beauty and the truths hidden in these visual representations can only be decoded by the person who is blessed by Goddess Saraswati, who symbolises wisdom and truth.

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How to live in Divine Consciousness?

Posted on 20 November 2012 by Meena-Om

Clarity reflects the growth of consciousness. It develops by constant and progressive, deepening, heightening and widening of our being. It comes by cutting all bondages of mind, body and life. It descends when we are freed from the cobwebs of ego and begin to experience the light of soul. When we feel the will and purpose of the soul in the universe and live in the thought of oneness, clarity touches it climax. For clarity we have to take plunge within to discover our reality.

There are several pathies developed and promoted by new age spiritual gurus for this purpose, but whatever path is followed it needs unflinching faith, courage, perseverance and surrender. This is the only force which can enlighten the mind, reveal the reality and cut the ignorance -darkness.

The purpose of creation is growth. Transformation of mind and body into expression of universal truth – to reflect the grace and glory of perfect universal mechanism – which is described as POORN (whole and complete) in Vedas. To go through life behaving according to supreme consciousness is the only Dharm. Not to act through one’s ego or according to others will is a difficult endeavour but it is in reality a true sadhana. To be an instrument of the divine force is the only job (or to fit into supreme design) for human to bring love and light to our planet.

A mind that is restless and is always analyzing things intellectually cannot have clarity. When you enter the field of clarity by cutting all ignorance you no longer live in mind and ego but in the divine consciousness. Transformation starts happening and your whole being becomes an expression and expansion of this truth. To live and act through this vaster consciousness becomes the law of life. Truly significant things for growth cannot be understood by technical pathies or intellectual reasoning. Clarity leads to purity. Purity is the true Dharm of nature.

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The Litmus Test of Love

Posted on 19 November 2012 by Meena-Om

Love in absolute purity is strength. Love is God, God is love.

Evolution of love (growth of love): -

  • We love only when someone loves us.
  • We love effortlessly and spontaneously.
  • We want to be loved in exchange.
  • We love even if we are not loved in return i.e. we love unconditionally.
  • We expect that at some level, even this unconditional love of ours is recognized, appreciated and accepted.
  • Ultimate love is love for love’s sake  – pure love. We love spontaneously, simply, effortlessly and purely without any fear of mental, social or moral bondages, desires, needs and expectations. This highest form of love is guided by true wisdom and bestows bliss and joy.

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Initial steps towards illumination

Posted on 17 November 2012 by Meena-Om

To illuminate the mind and being, initially it is imperative to practice OPENING and BLOSSOMING, two simple and peerless Laws of Nature.

For OPENING, whenever you remember or think of someone send a mental message (sms), of love, goodwill and prayers to that person. This message should be unselfish and unconditional.  Because whatever the Supreme Intelligence puts in our dhyan has a beautiful predestined purpose to it guided by Nature’s preplanned perfect cause. This divine plan is known only to a paragyani (one who has transcended worldly and other worldly knowledge – supramind). But those who do not understand this should keep the faith that this process is a perfect and matchless medium to attract positive and auspicious feelings, thoughts (bhavs) from all directions.  The culmination of Opening is realization and revelation of reality.

BLOSSOMING is to be always happy and blissful in any and every joyous event and in others’ happiness as if it is your own.

To experience happiness in the success of others without any jealousy or resentment is more important than its formal expression because therein lies its truth, which, the Supreme within, knows.  The climax of this feeling is Enlightenment, where one begins to understand and experience the essence of Oneness. It substantiates the path of spirituality.

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Seen and Unseen Anatomy

Posted on 16 November 2012 by Meena-Om

We are heading towards the merging of Veda and Vigyan. The people who practiced para methods in the ancient Vedic culture were seer scientists, the actual founders of Universal energy therapies and its derivatives. The basis of these alternative methods is also science.

Modern scientific solutions or therapies are based on SEEN ANATOMY. Today, scientific doctors have almost completed the work in SEEN ANATOMY, only to realise that their questions are still unanswered. They have worked on all the SEEN ORGANS, which have remained the same since the human body came into existence. Hence it has been easier for them to go on working on these systems learning almost everything about their functioning, repair and cure through surgery and drugs. Now they have reached a point of saturation. Taking advantage of this state, alternative therapies have mushroomed all over, little realising that these too are not complete. They just induce positivity and a boost of extra energy to help cope with various diseases, providing temporary to permanent relief, depending on the seriousness of the ailment, rather than removing the root cause with great accuracy and precision. Science atleast is fully aware of seen anatomy, and well versed with dealing with it. Seen anatomy is 50% of the human mechanism, then there is the unseen anatomy that comprises the other 50% and deals with human existence in relation to universal energies. This means that to be complete and whole or PURN as described in the Vedas one needs to know both i.e. to be well versed in both physical SEEN ANATOMY and universal UNSEEN ANATOMY.

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To be Gunateet…..

Posted on 15 November 2012 by Meena-Om

There are three ways to rise above the attributes (gunas) the Supreme has endowed everyone with……

  1.  One is able to rise above the basic gunas – Rajas, Tamas, Sattva — that Supreme has endowed us with only once we have lived them fully. Let them play according to their intensity. Gunas will not go away if they are suppressed. This starts happening at a quick speed automatically once the being comes into the aura of the person who has lived his/her gunas, and has risen above them. Experience them and they will go.
  2. One can rise above the gunas by living them by wisdom…i.e. live them up to a point that one does not feel guilty or fearful …..have your OWN limit line…… This is your dharm.
  3. Third way to transcend them, become ‘gunateet’ is by practicing pranayam and yoga (doing sadhana) whereby one burns (bhasm) the seed of the gunas from their core, for this a true spiritual mentor is needed.

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Ignite compassion

Posted on 14 November 2012 by Meena-Om

Daya, mamta and namrata lead to karuna. These words have no proper equivalent in English. Although Karuna is often translated into English as compassion, it is more than that. Karuna comes from humility and concern and consideration for others. Only when you are humble towards others, understand them, appreciate them, are reverential towards them that you can be truly compassionate towards them.

Humility is like the basic emotion of love, anger. Instead of nurturing this emotion of humility, we kill it with our ego and pride. The surrounding environment too takes its toll. So when you suppress the basic feeling of humility since childhood, from where will karuna or compassion sprout? We can only develop things seeds of which are already within us.

Compassion is not something that needs to be shown to others, instead, it needs to be ignited in us. One can ignite compassion by being purely humble inside. Otherwise, one’s compassion is only a game of show of social service and it only boosts one’s ego – “I am full of compassion for others”, “I help others”, “I am such a great philanthropist. I always give to the poor and needy.” All such thoughts will arise only to strengthen the ego. Without true inner humility, one’s compassion is not true compassion. Compassion flows from a person who is truly humble — who has concern, consideration and reverence for all things around. Compassion will be ignited when this happens.

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