Words from the Veda, from the Supreme Teacher, about the Path the Happiness

Dante and Beatrice gaze upon the Highest Heavens; from Gustave Doré's illustrations to the Divine Comedy.

Dante and Beatrice gaze upon the Highest Heavens; from Gustave Doré’s illustrations to the Divine Comedy.

The Divine Absolute, the Supreme Spirit Pervading the Universe, the Universal, the Holy One, God, Brahma, Allah, and so on, are names for the Highest Divinity. They are not different, for they are one and the same.

Over the last few thousand years the Universal Religion of the Universal One has been diverted into the many religions of the earth today. Each has retained some of the truth, but for the most part, it is mumbo-jumbo, with lots of rules and regulation not found in the original text the religions adhere to.

Even so, what is similarly found in the various religions is the act of treating others with kindness, caring for others, giving to the needy, and of course, not killing.

These actions are extremely important, and a necessity if one wishes to spend time with the Creator and Sustainer of the Universe. There is no other way. If you want to spend eternity with the Eternal One, it behooves you to practice not killing and compassion for others now. The Holy Path is not easy, but the Heavenly Breath is blown into all of us upon the earth for life, and to rise to Heaven in Heavenly Bliss. If you don’t make the effort to follow the Holy Teaching in this life, and dedicate your life to, why would the Holiest want to spend time with you after you are dead?

A few words from the Rigveda, from the Supreme Teacher, about the Path the Happiness.

Go and gain for another to honor the Universal and you, the I, have the authority and especially the power to become a Master and offer respectfully, and to promote, to go towards with happiness helps.

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A Few Words from the Veda, from Our Holiest about Worldly Occupation

Tower of Babel - by Lucas van Valckenborch, 1594,

Tower of Babel – by Lucas van Valckenborch, 1594,

The Holy Verses of our Grand Master in Heaven give the rationale for making serious life changes. The only way to escape worldly existence is to quit, retire, and seek a Master and learn compassion and the Path of Giving. Without mastering the Path, after death, there is a one-hundred percent chance of being reborn of a mother, and not necessarily human. Depending upon one’s virtue, the verses say one can be reborn as a monkey, an ass, or a small venomous creature that must die, or be reborn upon the earth with a perfect body for helping others less fortunate. It depends upon what you do now, in this life. It is the hope of the school; actually, it is the mission of the school to advance the instructions for doing that. The same teaching was given in the past, in ancient times, when the Messiahs, the Enlightened, the Shining Ones walked the earth and urged people to strive to give up, and to help in the endeavor is the Holy Breath from Heaven.

Here are a few words from the Veda, from the Holiest in Heaven, about worldly occupation.

With regard to that to speak of worldly occupation, as a religious act a Victor to finish for those.

 

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Verse from the Veda about the Holy Path to Good Fortune

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There are many titles for the spiritually enlightened, and one sure way to attain the title is to master the philosophy and abandon the ego. All Enlightened Beings adhere to the same philosophy, the wisdom that guided them to the Heavenly State. Because the ancient texts refer to a Buddha you might easily think they promote the Buddhist Religion, but please bear in mind, it is not Buddhism as is currently taught. The religion today is devoid of the Authority, God, the Divine Absolute, while the Philosophical System of AH is the Universal Doctrine of. The teaching refers to a Buddha, the Awakened One, the King, the one who has abandoned the ego and gone beyond to heaven, but lives to serve all living beings upon the earth.

Buddha is a Sanskrit word that means liberated from all existence, fully enlightened, awakened, expanded, blown, a wise person, a Sage, or the perfect knowledge. Similar Sanskrit words are bud, budh, buddhi, bodha, and bodhi. I feel it is kind of enjoyable repeating the words, kind of funny, maybe because the word buddhi sounds a bit similar to booty, which is something quite different.

Another thing that is kind of funny is that among the words you will discover that there are two couples. Bodha and Bodhi are a couple, just as, Buddha and Buddhi.

I have mentioned some of the meanings to the word Buddha, and Buddhi is the way to become. A person becomes a Buddha through reason, judgment, intelligence, perception, intention, and discernment. The other couple of Bodha and Bodhi are kind of opposite. Bodhi is the Perfect Knowledge, Perfect Wisdom, the Illuminated or Enlightened Intellect, the Tree of Wisdom under which the Perfect Wisdom is attained, the Sacred Fig Tree, or the learned. Whereas Budha is the knowing, understanding, becoming or being awake, the opening of a blossom, the bloom, perception, apprehension, and intelligence.

The One who was Awakened is widely believed to have taught the Four Noble Truths, but such is not the truth. The Truths are said to be that life brings suffering, that there is a cause of suffering and an end, and the way to the end is the Eightfold Path. The Eightfold Path is the precise view, aspiration, speech, action, livelihood, effort, mindfulness, and concentration. The teaching of a Buddha is different than that, and extremely important when walking the Good Path to Good Fortune is the Universal Rule of the Eternal Spirit Pervading the Universe; do not take away the enjoyment of the sunshine and the Heavenly Breath of any living, breathing creature.

The philosophical system the Buddha taught is called Nyāya, and according to the Sanskrit Dictionary, it means the right way, right manner, model, or plan, the Universal Rule, a logical argument, and a system of philosophy delivered by Gotama. And such is the philosophy advanced by the Rgvedaschool, because such is the way to attain a name of Buddha.

Here are a few words from your Heavenly Protector to think about and act upon.

To hurt on the earth is an error to surrender for Whom to be together with, to have good fortune by giving and to be strong giving for in this manner the community wins.

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Verse from the Veda about Giving for Attaining Happiness

The Last Judgement - by Jean Cousin the Younger (c. late 16th century). The Louvre, France.

The Last Judgement -
by Jean Cousin the Younger (c. late 16th century). The Louvre, France.

The next King, Messiah, Shining One, Buddha, will be in a state of suspension, and from within the body, Brahma will produce the light and speak the Holy Mantras of the Veda. The Awakened One will be there, as an example of the teaching, but Brahma, the Supreme Teacher, will personally chant the verses. The same universal message appears in all the ancient spiritual texts of the world and is a call to service, to help all beings, universally, but especially help to change a wicked person. It is difficult to be friendly and caring to a person you do not like, and especially to a wicked, evil person, but that is the teaching. The Teacher says eternal happiness is attained by abandoning the ego and living for those, and if you have the aspiration, that is the Way.

Here is a verse from the Veda about Giving for Attaining Happiness.

Call on a wicked person to speak about the desire to injure,

And the cause to be born of the womb,

And dwelling away from to move tortuously.

To be free to turn around,

And with giving,

To come into a state of enjoyment for leading.

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Verse from the Veda Where God Talks About the Words Spoken by God

Tower of Babel - by Lucas van Valckenborch, 1594,

Tower of Babel – by Lucas van Valckenborch, 1594,

I am constantly engaged in editing the five books of the Rgvedaschool. I am currently enjoying the fifth. This book contains a very wide assortment of hymns, verses, and wise sayings from around the world. It contains a translation of the Mahālakshmī Stotram from the Padma Purana, which is said to have been composed as early as 5000 BC. It is a very old text of the Oral Tradition, and it is accompanied by a selection of wise sayings of the Native American People, the Aboriginal People of Australia, the Maori of New Zealand, the Kara and Niha People of Tanzania, and the Lingala from the Democratic Republic of Congo. You will also discover portions of Voodoo songs, verses from the Bible, the Quran, the Avesta, and even a partial translation of an ancient Egyptian scroll and hieroglyphics from the Mayan Temple of Inscriptions.

This is a very wide selection of verses, and they are written in numerous different languages. The book contains verses held sacred to all of the major religions upon the earth today, and some from ancient times, but there is a commonality to all of it. The goal of the verses is to become a Messiah, a Buddha, a King, and a Shining One, are a few titles, but they are the same with the same message. Yes, every one of the texts and verses in the book promote the identical message of caring for others as a loving parent.

The teaching is of the Oral Tradition and in that way it is mastered and preserved. Every verse in the book was spoken by the Creator of the Universe in ancient times and eventually preserved via pictures or the written character that we can read. I think it is quite significant that no matter what form it has taken, when translated correctly; all of the teaching presents a consistent body of knowledge.

As a child, I heard the story of the Tower of Babel, and how the diversification of one language into many supposedly prevents people from working together. We can look around and see that that is not true, but what is true is that to build a tower, no matter how high, will not reach God. What separates us from God is the lack of ability to translate the ancient verses. Currently in the hands of religious people of all faiths are translations of the ancient texts, but the translations leave much to the imagination. Because the translations are incomplete, adherents are being short-changed. They are receiving incomplete information, yes, the poor translations lead to misunderstanding. Please read the page on this site about this extremely important matter.

Until now, the verses were, for the most part, undecipherable. Many translations of the ancient texts exist, but none advances the true teaching of the Creator and Sustainer of the Universe. It is only within the last couple of years that the Rgvedaschool cracked the code. Since then much has been discovered, but much is yet to be found.

The ancient verses of the Creator are of the Oral Tradition. The very verses spoken by God have been compiled into the Holy Books that form the basis of all the world’s religions. The books are written in Sanskrit, Arabic, Aramaic, Hebrew, and many other ancient languages, and up until recently, they have not been translated very accurately. It is a mammoth issue, because the inaccuracies have crept into the religions of the earth.

Here is a verse from the Veda to enjoy the day with Brahma.

To understand the human race,

Arise from by mastering the words spoken by God,

And being pure and shining with the light,

For approaching anyone with the Sacred Thoughts.

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Verse from the Veda about Stopping the Violence

The Endless Knot

The Endless Knot

There is way too much killing, and suffering, and anger in the world. I know the School’s last post promoted not killing as the way to live in agreement with the Holy Wisdom of the Holy Spirit, and further, it stated, “there are no conditions under which hurting and killing another is justified.”

It is the hope of the Rgvedaschool that people will stop hurting and killing one another, and begin taking steps towards helping another, yes, treating others with kindness. It is one thing for people who do not know any better to kill, but there is way too much killing being done in the name of religion, and this is a very good time for those of the faith to begin living in accordance with the religion they claim allegiance.

At base, all of the dominate religions of the world today, such as Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Judaism share the tenant of not killing and kindness towards others. So if you claim to be an adherent, a believer in any of the religions, and you kill another, then you are definitely not following the faith. Killing is the most abhorrent of actions, and there are consequences, most likely equally abhorrent, since God is about equality. To be clear, the Holy Doctrine states “Do not kill.”

In the Holy Doctrine, you do not find a lot of rules and regulations and such, it basically says to treat others kindly. It does not matter what age, gender, skin tone, religious preference or none preference, sexual preference, whatever. That is basically it, well it goes a little further by saying do not hurt or kill any breathing creature. The teaching says every breathing creature is to be treated with kindness, as if family. We are, after all, one big family, every one living upon the same breath of the Eternal One.

Here is a verse from the Holy Text of the Creator about stopping for a wicked person.

To be singing beautifully,

And for a wicked person,

Stopping is a most excellent gift.

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Verse from the Veda about Not Harming Others

The Gutenberg Bible, the first printed Bible

The Gutenberg Bible, the first printed Bible

When I look around the world, I notice far too much killing. There is killing being done by terrible people to satisfy some depraved desire, and killing being done by people claiming to be religious. There is killing being done by all kinds of people. Even the Pope of the Catholic Church has come out in favor of killing. Pope Francis recently said that military force was justified to halt the advance of ISIL (the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant).

The Sacred Teaching of our Father in Heaven is very clear and says do not harm any living breathing creature. The message of nonviolence is contained in the original texts of the Old and New Testaments of the Holy Bible, contained in the Holy Quran, and in the ancient Sanskrit Texts holy to Hindu, Buddhist, Jain, and so on. The same Divine Ordinance is at the root of all the major earthly religions, and if you deem to be an adherent, the teaching is not killing, and further, do not hurt any creature living upon the breath, and there are no conditions under which hurting or killing another is justified. The First Commandment in Christianity is, “Do not kill.”

Around this time of the year, people enjoy making New Year’s Resolutions, or promises, to do or not do such and such for the coming year, or ever again. A very important pledge a person aspiring to be religious, or spiritual, can make is to commit to not kill another person. There is no justification for killing in the Holy Scripture of the Bible, the Quran, or the Bhagavad-Gita; in fact, the texts promote kindness toward all. Therefore, a further commitment would be not hurting, killing, or eating the flesh of any breathing creature of the land, water, or the air.

If you have the aspiration to follow the Sacred Teaching of the Maker and enjoy Heavenly Bliss, you will need to hold to that. To go beyond to be with the Supreme Absolute you will need the breath, and the Karma, or action, of taking it away from another creature, diminishes the breath necessary for the journey. The Maker says it best, so here are a few words to take to heart.

Here is a verse from the Veda, Words of Brahma, for all the people of the earth.

To destroy a wind and to go across to be a little without, and to call on the wind to go towards a little, both are the result of that, and connected with for a mover is death to devour.

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Verse from the Veda About the Twofold Force of God

Op Art 4-Sided Spiral Tunnel

Op Art 4-Sided Spiral Tunnel

The wind leading home is twofold and likes to help when the darkness of imperfect thoughts obstructs by transforming into light.

When a person knowingly praises in the world of mortals and another purposely harms, the twofold force of God cares for the worshipper and reminds the other of suffering.

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Verse from the Veda About Overcoming Mortality

The Guardian Angel by Bernhard Plockhorst

The Guardian Angel by Bernhard Plockhorst

To be born mortal,

But to become divine to like to cherish those as the precious,

To be established as a Messenger by choice,

And to choose to eliminate the ego for the Sacred Knowledge and the breath to be worthy to carry the light of Brahma.

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