Verse from the Veda for Spending Time in Heaven

Brahma separated into Vishnu, God of Heaven, and Lakshmi, Goddess of Earth

Brahma separated into Vishnu, God of Heaven, and Lakshmi, Goddess of Earth

In the previous post, I mentioned that Brahma, the Divine Absolute, divided into male and female, and the division into the Two Great Forces creates, sustains, and populates the universe. On the grand scale, these two forces are God the Father of Heaven and the Mother Goddess of Earth, as well as the inhalation and exhalation of the breath. The Heavenly Breath comes to all living beings for life and the Goddess Breath returns to heaven.

Mother Earth does not just represent the earth, but all earthly and heavenly bodies. All matter is the Mother, and everything else is the Father. It is easy to ascertain that the earth exists because we can see it, feel it, taste it, and such, and although heaven is invisible, we can sense it by a wind on the face or filling up the belly. Even though the space between two earthly bodies appears empty, it contains the Supreme Spirit, the life breath, light, and the love of heaven for all the living. Heaven is all around for comfort and happiness, and the way to reach that from here is to reach for the Heavenly Breath.

The Sacred Teaching of Heaven is logical, and it makes sense to fill up with heaven to spend time with heaven, and now is the occasion, not after death.

Here is a verse from the Veda for spending time with heaven on the earth.

A favorable wind blows the pleasant medicines of Mother Earth and Father Heaven to you to be happy to sound the mantras.

You have Two Divinities to be together, unbroken as one to enjoy, and to stop for meditation to remove the separation.

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Verse from the Veda for Joining Heaven and Earth

Heaven and Earth Yantra

I consider all of the ancient spiritual texts on the earth to be the Veda, the Sacred Knowledge of Brahma, the Creator of the Universe. The Aramaic and Hebrew texts of the Bible, the Arabic text of the Quran, the Avestan texts of the Avesta, the Sanskrit texts of the Rigveda, Bhagavad Gita, Yoga Sutras, Brahma Sutras, Shiva Sutras, and so on are the Veda.

The Veda is composed in a Sacred Text and when it is translated as such rather than a common language, the same religious teaching is advanced in each. Such is the case because the composer is the same. In ancient times, Brahma spoke the mantras through the Enlightened Ones, those you had mastered the teaching. That was many thousands of years ago, but the mantras were memorized and passed on from generation to generation from mouth to ear until they were written down in the various languages.

Today, there are many religions based upon the ancient texts, but unfortunately, they are based upon the common translation and not the sacred. Because of that, the religions are different, misinformation abounds and those who follow the words will not attain the promised result.

Below is a translation of a Hebrew verse from the Bible, Psalm: 68.4 and it is based upon the common translation of the words. Because of that, it is not entirely correct, but for now, I will overlook that, because what I want to point out is that the Hebrew l-aleim of the verse is often translated as Elohim in English. It is often translated as God although the word means Goddess with the im masculine ending, so it is God and Goddess. In addition, if you look up the word Virāj in the Sanskrit Dictionary, you will find that it means Ruler, Sovereign, Queen, Cosmic Feminine Force, or Brahma divided himself into male and female. Brahma divided into God of Heaven and Goddess of Earth, so Brahma is the Ruler of Everything, and creates, sustains, and populates the universe.

 Here is a verse from the Veda for joining heaven and earth.

! לֵ אהִ ים l· זַמְּ רוּ n! שְׁ מ סֹ לּוּ !

shiru l·aleim zmru shm·u slu

 

Sing to the God and Goddess,

And to make up a melody with AH,

To make a highway to you.

 

AH·mên

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A Verse from the Veda for Understanding the Sacred Way on Winter Solstice

Woman Before the Rising Sun - Painted by Caspar David Friedrich in 1819.

Woman Before the Rising Sun – Painted by Caspar David Friedrich in 1819.

Recently, I have been enjoying the paintings of Caspar David Friedrich, a 19th Century German artist. I had been familiar with a single oil painting of his called The Sea of Ice since childhood, but last week, I became familiar with a large body of his work.

What strikes me is the spiritual nature of many of his paintings – where it is one person alone in the grandeur of nature. Nature is God upon the earth so you can see the connection, and in that regard, Friedreich said, “I have to stay alone in order to fully contemplate and feel nature.”

Today is Winter Solstice, the shortest day of the year, but for the next half year, each day will become a little longer as the sun rises a little higher in the heavens. Being a lover of the sun, I highly praise the day. For this occasion, I like to rise early to praise the Goddess and be especially kind and helpful to others. Like the woman in the Friedrich painting above, the Goddess is looking out over her domain, and naturally, her palms are forward for nature is giving.

Here is a verse from the Veda for Understanding the Sacred Way on Winter Solstice.

The brilliant Goddess charms with a loving voice,

And generates the force to awaken descendants at dawn,

And to praise as Gotama in the blackness,

The precious ego is the first to go for the light.

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Verse from the Holy Veda from the Heavenly Being

A painting depicting Sufi teacher Mansur Al-Hallaj being executed in Baghdad for blasphemy in 922.

A painting depicting Sufi teacher Mansur Al-Hallaj being executed in Baghdad for blasphemy in 922.

The religions of today have an immense problem in that they require a belief in the unbelievable and in some parts of the world, those who publicly question their legitimacy can be found guilty of the crime of blasphemy. It is no small issue, especially in the Muslim nations of the Middle East where people are murdered for it. Killing in the name of religion certainly gives religion a bad name, and it muddies the waters of who is irreverent. It is a mixed up world today, so it takes a keen eye to discern the truth from fiction.

In the previous post, I wrote a little about Moses and the receiving of the Ten Commandments. This is an important story in the religions of Christianity and Judaism because it gives them a foundation, but the story is just a story and the directives are wrong.

I will not list what has come to be known as the Ten Commandments because the only one that is required by God is non-killing. Although you still need to master the meditations, it is vitally important to hold to not hurting or killing any living being.

We have been given the directives, and they have been carved in stone in ancient Egyptian and Pre-Mayan Temples and scribed in numerous ancient languages. What should be of interest to many is that every one of the ancient Holy Books of the world comprises the knowledge that a Loving God has given to his children. It includes the ancient Sanskrit texts of the Rigveda, the Upanishads, the Gita, the Avesta, the Quran, the Old and New Testaments of the Bible, and so on, but there is a problem with the translations of those texts in print today. The translators of those books are mistaken in thinking that the texts are written in the common languages of Sanskrit, Avestan, Hebrew, Aramaic, and so on. It is a big mistake because the texts are written in a Sacred Language and when they are translated as such, they say something quite different than is currently known. Yes, and interestingly, every one of the ancient Sacred Texts of the world advances the same body of knowledge.

In such unfortunate times, it is particularly lucky that the Rgvedaschool cracked the code of the Sacred Language. When the code was broken, it was discovered that even though the ancient spiritual texts are written in many languages, they can be translated with a single dictionary. Furthermore, they share a consistent philosophy of kindness toward others, and yes, such is the very philosophy advanced by the Rgvedaschool.

 Here is a verse from the Holy Veda from the Heavenly Being.

The Subtle One is a spirit to be absorbed into for a favorable fortune,

and to AH with compassion to be together.

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Verse from the Veda, the Sacred Knowledge of God

A still from the movie "The Ten Commandments" by Cecil B. DeMill. An imaginary depiction of God carving the Commandments in stone.

A still from the movie “The Ten Commandments” by Cecil B. DeMill. An imaginary depiction of God carving the Commandments in stone.

The Ten Commandments are associated with Christianity and Judaism and are said to have been inscribed by God on two stone tablets that were given to Moses while he was upon Mount Sinai. The picture above is a depiction of the incident in Cecil B. DeMill’s 1956 movie by the same name. It was a very dramatic scene to watch with the fire and smoke, but as you might imagine, it is imaginary. The Commandments are listed twice in the Bible due to their importance in the religions, so it is quite unfortunate that the translation of those Hebrew verses is so far from the truth.

The Ten Commandments that appear in the Bible are not the words of God, but the words of men. However, in distant times, such as the last Golden Age, a set of rules was known on the earth, and it was given by God. The Golden Age started around 16,000 BC and ended about 7,000 BC, and since then, the Knowledge of Heaven has disappeared and the rules and regulations of men appeared.

What is known as the Golden Rule appears in religions and cultures across the world, and because of that, it is likely from the Golden Age. Here we are 10,000 years later and we still know about treating others as we wish to be treated.

The Ten Commandments of Christianity and Sharia Law of Islam are deemed the word of God, but are simply the words of men. If you are confused, you cannot go wrong by following the Golden Rule. If you follow that, you will not kill or harm any living creature of the land, air, and sea. Nonviolence is paramount if you have an interest in tasting the delights of heaven. Those walking the Holy Path are peaceful and dedicate their lives to helping others. Such is a necessity on the path to heaven, along with mastering the meditations to become enlightened for helping all upon the earth.

Here is a verse from the Veda.

To exert oneself for a mover to be absorbed into on the one side to bring into a state on the other to smile, a virtue attaining for the suffering, and of the five, the number “one” is to be able and to serve a sort of mantra to urge.

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Verse from the Veda, the Sacred Knowledge of Divine Mother and Father

Mount Meru - considered as the physical and metaphysical center of the universe. The mountain is sacred in the Jain, Hindu, and Buddhist religions

Mount Meru – considered as the physical and metaphysical center of the universe. The mountain is sacred in the Jain, Hindu, and Buddhist religions

People inspire the breath to increase their strength,

and to enjoy rising up as the Conqueror on the mountain,

you may be little but to call on to be great in the darkness is huge,

for the force of life is protecting and brings the light.

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Verse from the Veda Calling for Peace

Vyasa - Believed to have scribed the Rigveda around 3,000 BC.

Vyasa – Believed to have scribed the Rigveda around 3,000 BC.

The Rgvedaschool applauds the action of former United States Army Chaplain Chris Antal who resigned his duties in the United Stated Army. Reverend Antal is a minister for the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Rock Tavern, New York, and a founder of the Hudson Valley chapter of Veterans for Peace.

He resigned his duties in the army in June of this year because he could no longer support the United States drone warfare program, the nuclear weapons program, the commitment of global supremacy, and impunity from international law.

The Rgvedaschool applauds the action because a main position of the Holy Teaching of the Supreme Absolute is not killing. This is a key point if one wants a taste of the Heavenly Nectar, and it means do not kill any creature living upon the same air we all breathe. Furthermore, since a follower of the teaching does not go towards another to hurt or kill, they go towards to help, to care for, and regard as a brother or sister.

A vegetarian diet is necessary if a person does not kill or support the killing of any breathing creature of the water, land, and air. Yes, such is the case, but we are very lucky, for the Creator has filled the earth with good things to eat and enjoy.

That is the outer part of the teaching; the inner part is mastering the meditations.

Here is a Verse from the Veda Calling for Peace.

To be kind and say prayers for those who strike and insult,

And please heaven with compassion on the earth.

Rocks on the Ground

 

Verse from the Veda for Spending Time with the Eternal One

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As mentioned in the last post, Brahma is the Divine Absolute and Nara – the Eternal Spirit Pervading the Universe. To create the universe, Brahma separated into two parts, heaven and earth. The Eternal One surrounds and pervades everything so there is no place you will be without. All living beings and objects are matter, earth, and the space between living beings and objects is heaven. As you might think, living beings are not completely earth. Because we live on the Heavenly Breath and the air moves everything in the body, it is no surprise that the Holy Text recommends drawing in a large amount of air for holding in the belly. Such is an important meditation on the Path of Brahma, and more about that can be found in the various pages of this site, such as the section called Meditation.

Here is a verse from the Veda for spending time with the Eternal One.

The Lord is bounteous to be a shelter, for a chanter to shelter to be enriched with the wisdom to chant, the Shining Ones abide by the mantras and the righteous action to draw in the air for holding at sunrise for to rise in to send forth the knowledge.

The Supreme Spirit dwells within all beings and the mightiest fill with the Power, to be vast with the air for the light and for blessing all with the Wisdom of the Wind, to praise with AH to be brilliant and joyful and to flow with the truth to chant.

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Verse from the Veda for the Day in Heavenly Bliss

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Nara in Sanskrit refers to the Eternal Spirit Pervading the Universe, and Nārāyaṇa refers to Brahma. Brahma, the Divine Absolute, surrounds and pervades everything. To create the universe, Brahma separated in male and female, God of Heaven and Goddess of Earth. Heaven and earth are outside of us for a place to exist and inside of us for rising to heaven. Brahma separates out of love for all beings, separates for comparison, for conceptions, and without that, there is no thought but one.

Brahma is called Grandfather, because all of us upon the earth are the sons and daughters of the God and Goddess. Brahma is also called the Creator, the Eternal One, the Protector, Namely, the Universal, the Unborn, and so on. Brahma has many names, and what is important to know is that we are all related to the same Divine Parents for the hope of living upon the earth as one big happy family. If we want, we can say that we are the son or daughter of God or the Goddess, but why, it is the same for everyone.

Here is a mantra from the Veda for the Day in Heavenly Bliss.

To have ears to hear and eyes to see the goodness of God,

And to gladly sing praise,

For to have firm limbs and a body,

And a lifetime to happily call on heaven for.

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Verse from the Veda from the Oral Tradition

The Manjushri Kumara, the Bodhisattva of Wisdom.

The Manjushri Kumara, the Bodhisattva of Wisdom.

The Manjushri Nama Samgiti is a very important text associated with Mahayana Buddhism. The most popular translation of the text into English is by Alex Wayman. The book, Chanting the Names of Manjushi, published by Shambhala in 1985, is an extremely inept translation of the Sacred Text. Unfortunately, there is nothing any better in the market these days.

The Manjushri Namasamgiti is promoted as a text of the words of Shakyamuni Buddha who lived around 500 BC, but such is speculation. It is an unfortunate situation today, because there is no Buddha upon the earth, but many hundreds of thousands of extremely devoted Buddhists. It is an unfortunate situation because not one Buddhist in over two-thousand five hundred years has become enlightened by following the Buddhist Doctrine.

Interestingly, Shakyamuni is associated with the Rishis of the Rigveda, which is believed to have been put in writing around 1500 BC. Today, the Rishis are associated with Hinduism, but they were a lineage who became Buddhas, which is connected to Buddhism. Because no one has become enlightened for so long, that which is considered up today is really down.

Seriously, the lineage ended with Shakyamuni, but it can be traced back to a far more distant time. Kanva Ghaura, the Founder the Vedic School, was the celebrated Rishi of Tretayuga that began around 7000 BC and ended around 3000 BC.

The truth is that the Sanskrit Text of the Manjushri Namasamgiti is the word of Brahma, the Divine Absolute, and a Buddha will adhere to the teaching to illustrate the teaching for people.

Here is a verse from the Oral Tradition.

The Oral Tradition is for a wise and learned person to live just as,

But for people.

The air for those grows bright to have authority,

And possessing nothing,

But to call on to sing a Sacred Precept.

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