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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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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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Time for quantum leap

Posted on 12 November 2012 by Meena-Om

O HUMAN

The TIME now is for quantum leap. Transformation is inevitable now. Now human has to shed all the previous mind tunings for this highest cause of global oneness.

Let Nature prepare human for new age of pure consciousness and universal awareness. For that BE PURE AND TRUE HUMAN BEING as human is meant to be…

Think Universally – make every thought universal.

Feel Universally – make every feeling divine.

Act Universally – make every karm worship.

Be above mine and thine & all the calculations & manipulations of mind to let the supreme divinity ACT through human form.

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SPIRITUALITY and RELIGION

Posted on 25 September 2012 by Meena-Om

Actually spirituality is very difficult. Religion is easier. Religion gives scope for mind games and deviations but in spirituality even point one variation is undesirable or can be devastating.

So before embarking in the path of spirituality have courage strength and true knowledge to avoid falsehood and mind interference. It cannot be manipulated by intelligent gimmicks.

Spirituality is the science of spirit. Knowing it by working on your true self while doing so one has to constantly meditate upon everything happening inside.

While practicing religion one can afford to deviate, think of many things around or can even do whatever fancies the attention. In spirituality you have to be just TRUTHFUL, NO WAY OUT.

So before stepping into spirituality burn all your doubts, suspicions and intellectual inquires. It needs courage, surrender whole and complete (absolute) and that requires complete transformation by working on your own true being. While in religion total transformation is not aspired for. Its shelter is taken for banking upon it for peace forgiveness and blessings rather than working towards growth and transformation. Religion is more like horizontal line and spirituality is vertical aspiring to realise the reality of truth.

Pranam

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Compassion

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Compassion

Posted on 07 September 2012 by Meena-Om

Show compassion towards all living beings, we often hear people say, but compassion is not something to be shown, it is something to be ignited. One is not born with compassion. What one is born with is love, humility, among other emotions. When a small child asks his mother, “Mama can I go out to play?” He shows humility, he is born with. When you ask your neighbours, ‘Have you eaten?’ ‘Can I get you something?’ ‘Are you comfortable?’ you are showing concern for them. When you politely offer your seat to a pregnant woman or an elderly person on the train – you are showing consideration and reverence for them. Feelings of concern, consideration and reverence all are aspects of humility. It is this, which in turn blossoms into true compassion.

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.

Meena ji’s comments after reading an article on Dalai Lama’s recent lectures in Dharmshala on Buddhist teachings of compassion.  

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Incomplete Knowledge….a mental exercise….experimental science

Incomplete Knowledge….a mental exercise….experimental science

Posted on 30 August 2012 by Meena-Om

 

Today gyan is all about information gathered randomly from here and there (kahin ki eint kahink ka rorha) borrowed words, contrived platforms and an equally artificial audience. Indolent, apathetic (karmheen) viewers are all that one needs for a kriya karm (karya kram) of gyan! Today, I got an opportunity to witness such a seminar, although, I went there thinking perhaps one would hear something new and revolutionary. But….

Human entangled in results derived from mere technical experimentation thinks that he has reached the essence, the core, the inherent wisdom – gyan. And driven by the ego of having done so, confuses and awes others by coining and using big words and technical terms. As the lecturers, such the enquirers!

Where now is the dialogue between Krishn and Arjun! Shri Krishn – the pinnacle of true knowledge – gyan, perfection whole and complete (poornta) of action (karm) and Arjun – the embodiment of the ability to pierce the goal by unswerving, focused attention. Only when Arjun, confused and dwindling in duality asked Shri Krishn to clear his doubts did he deliver answers so perfect and apt they resulted in the Gita.

And now, for today’s teachers…those who were meant to talk about ever-growing consciousness (chetna) had stagnated with knowledge that became a thing of the past, years ago! They went on like old broken records!

Fine, it is acceptable to speak from the mind, exhibit knowledge and there is no problem with that. Those who have come to listen seemed unaware of even the existing information about the topic, so for them whatever little doled out at such an august platform was ‘new’ but it is my humble request that words like consciousness etc should not be thrown at the audience without first knowing their true meaning! Only a fully chaitanya (fully aware/awakened/enlightened) human is deserving and has the capacity to talk about Chetna or consciousness.

If it is a lecture on drugs or psychology, then talk should be about psychology or apara knowledge. It should not be associated with consciousness or chetna. By doing so creates more misunderstandings and duality by confusing facts.

The truth is that psychology can reveal only a few layers of the subconscious.

It is only by removing all the layers of the subconscious that one can realise that light or noor which is present in all and is the essence (tattva) of oneness.

All (each and every) action and reaction of human for which he does not know the reason is regulated by the subconscious. A person who is fully absorbed in dhyan yog (the yog of true contemplation) is aware of this entire process. Because through the (sadhana) penance of dhyan he can open the layers of the subconscious and reach the emptiness within much like peeling an onion.  This emptiness within is his priceless treasure (nidhi), and the wealth of truth (satya ki poonji).

The mind is not aware of the sub-conscious collection. But information in the form of truth that is present in a completely empty being, is always available to a dhyan yogi because his worldly mind and subconscious have merged to become one. It is only in such a state of no duality that true wisdom is awakened.

All messages and instructions are there in seed form in the mind of a visionary equipped with the capacity of sublimation of gyan. He/she is completely aware of them but not involved or attached to them. This is the pinnacle of detachment and surrender. Such simplicity is effortlessly and automatically the source of encouragement to establish truth and divinity of the laws of Nature. It also provides the force (shakti) to perform actions according to the time requirement.

Through the worldly science (apara knowledge) of Psychology we can only reach 5-6 layers of the subconscious whereas there are 49 such levels, which are known as 49 maruts in the Veds. Only divine Universal energies can reach these, which can be ignited only through dhyan yog. But the greatest energy is pure and unsullied (nishchhal) divine love, which is an infallible medicine (ram baan aushadhi) that has been bestowed upon us to empty each other’s subconscious collection. So that in it’s emptiness, only IT (LOVE) remains, PERVADES.

God, in the form of love resides in the subconscious mind, akin to a seed in the womb of the Earth. Thus the godhood within blossoms by getting nutrition through love, karm and truth of our body, mind and soul. When a seed is sown, the Earth is tilled, made soft and primed so that it can get fresh air, manure and water. Similarly, through the penance of dhyan, the subconscious is prepared to receive the kernel of positive sankalps (pledges). After the seed is sown, there should be no use of force (zabardasti) to make it grow faster nor are we to sit idle thinking that it is sure to germinate. Along with fulfilling our worldly duties, we have to be fully aware and guarded as to when the embryo within needs nourishment, when it is to be protected from unfavourable circumstances. Nature’s Law is the same for everyone. It is completely simple, effortless, karmful and full of surrender. No wonder that when a seed sprouts, it gives so much joy…. new, fresh tender sprouts, branches, flowers, fruits, each stage is full of joy. Exhibiting complete and whole awareness of its own power. That is why he has made all of us, nurtured by his benevolence so that we may reflect God’s Universal plan of attaining perfection – whole and complete (poorn) for all.

 

O human ask yourself your own truth
 Poochho apne aap se apni hi sacchai

Vahin to hai sari ki sari hi khudai

Ab samay nahi raha baat ghumane ka

Bina baat apne ko bargalane ka

Jankar apana satya chhanto andhkar

Aur karo prem aur prakash ka prasar

(Ask yourself your truth, which is the essence. Now is not the time for elaboration, procrastination or living in illusion. Know your truth, eradicate your ignorance………

 And become a medium for spreading

 Truth, Love and Light).

Pranam

Satyamev jayate…………….. Karm is Dharm………………..Love never Fails

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I Will Come Back

I Will Come Back

Posted on 27 June 2012 by Meena-Om

THROUGH Geeta – Sri Krishn stated “I WILL COME BACK” whenever TIME requires SAMBHAWAMI YUGE YUGE.

His consciousness — absolutely merged with Supreme Consciousness — had to state this five thousand years back. Because he (Supreme Consciousness) has faith in humans that they will learn and live according to Geeta then only they will be prepared and receptive for next lesson according to “TIME REQUIREMENT”.

Human has learnt Geeta understood Geeta intellectually (not spiritually) …recited it repeatedly give examples of Geeta sing Geeta make temples of Sri Krishn but never lived according to it to get connected to Supreme Consciousness for further evolution.

Even then a few like Vivekananda Sri Aurobindo Mahatama Gandhi etc have lived and made it their spiritual strength ATMABAL and added certain things to take humanity ahead and made their lives worthwhile and justified their human existence. Why certain knowledge is available to certain people because Supreme Consciousness wants them to live according to that and by experiencing it reaching some new clues for further evolution according to “Time Requirement”. Evolution never gets stuck at one stage. Geeta is and will be always relevant for the guidance to make human GOD (Superb Human).

Maha manav HONE KA MANAMANTRA hai – true human being with all the divine attributes.

If this purpose is not realized then Geeta is just a scripture to read relate and explain it with minds and understanding of humans of different (various) individualities. This can go for years and years ….and they can never become deserving and open to the Supreme Consciousness to get directives for further growth – according to the requirement of the TIME – today in Kaliyug or to say for this moment. Hence Geeta has to be LIVED and EXPERIENCED according to the TIME REQUIREMENT.

Krishna Consciousness is always ready to descend in form, for that we have to prepare ourselves by learning lessons from previous lessons by knowing both apara and para knowledge + gyan (wisdom). Even though I state this condition of humanity, I say never mind! True growth never stops, like a river; it finds its own path.

Consciousness is not reversible and never repeated. The irony is that the path shown by evolved souls is never accepted and followed while they are alive. That is why Dwarka and all the Vrishni Vansh of Krishn got destroyed.

As time passes by people try to understand the teachings and live in a make believe world that some Krishn (exactly the same who existed in the past) will come and deliver humanity, little realizing that it never happens — will never happen again. The form and the way of showing the path will definitely come but in completely different garb and again not understandable and recognizable with ease by anxious and intellectually inquiring minds.

JISNE KAAM KARANA HOTA HAI WHO KAREGA HEE KYONKI RASTAA AUR TAREEKA TOH BAHUTON NE BATAA DIYA HAI BAAR BAAR LAGATAAR AB AUR KYA BATANAA.

BAT TOH USS PAR CHALNEY KI HAI. DIMAGI KUSHTIYAN BHI EK TARAH KA BAHANAA HAI KAAM NA KARNE KA SAARI ZINGADI YAHI GAATE RAHO KE KAUN SAHI HAI KAUN GALAT.

O Human! You always negated evolved souls at the time they were alive….even tortured them also though mental and physical negation as well as lack of understanding of the SUBTLETIES they so lovingly try to express through their beings….. But after they are gone you glorify them, make their statues temples mosques churches worshipping places and go on repeating their teachings like parrots twisting them according to your motives. You worship & pray to their created images because images cannot point out your short comings and you can say or demand whatever you feel like without being shown the mirror!!!!!!

No truly evolved human of the time resembles the previous one but people (are) knowingly or unknowingly in the thought of searching or hoping to see the same type of image….and behavior!!!!!

Every evolved soul is product of the time requirement.

This is the pure science of evolution.

This is truth.

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