Verse of the Month

Attaining the heavenly state upon the earth cannot be verified at this time, so needless to say, attaining the heavenly state after death cannot be verified. What I can verify is the senses of sight, hearing, smelling, tasting, and touching are connected with the body, and after death you have no body for sensing. The best chance if you want to experience the delight, the fruit is enjoyed here.

The main thrust of the sacred verses published by the Rgvedaschool is to become enlightened and enjoy heavenly bliss and live as an example for all living beings. In ancient times, the enlightened roamed the earth and were called Shining Ones because their modus operandi was to be shining with light. They were Buddhas, Magi, Priest Kings, Serpent Kings, Adityas, and such and they spread all over the earth. Their only mission was to be of service to all living beings, and serving with compassion, and living as an example of the teaching to verify the teaching.

An outstanding characteristic of the awakened was the ability to shine with light, not just a halo about the head but the whole body engulfed in light. The ancient verses say the light is generated by pulsing sacred syllable AH with speed for generating the heat to start the fire, and filling with the breath of heaven for holding in silence. From silence AH will arise from the womb, and the light. Those things will happen because Brahma, the Divine Absolute, inhabits the body, and for good measure, Brahma will speak the mantras utilizing the breath held within the belly.

People who witnessed this in olden days say the Ancient Messengers were happy to serve the sacred syllable because a nectar to delight in was connected with, and still is. People would see their compassion because of being bathed in light, brought about by giving with delight and mastering the vocal techniques. People could see that, and then Brahma would speak mantras about generating the light. There was the proof… and it is lacking today. It is a problem, but one to be overcome.

At this time, the doors of the Rgvedaschool are not open. The school has a Headmaster but is in need of a Principal down here and it is hoped that one will arise soon. I am the trustee of the school until a Shining One arises, and until then, I have the Authority and all the proof I need because the same teaching is given in all the ancient spiritual books of the world. When translated properly, the verses present the same philosophy as published here – compassion for the living, to be kind and giving, and a protector by not harming any breathing creature.

Compassion is feeling sympathy for the suffering of another and wanting to help. The Path is to have compassion for all, not just a person you like. This wonderful verse from the Sacred Text has a great description of the compassion to have for others. It also says that the true religion of God has a single aim but has spread into the many religions of the earth today. The Protector of the universe is Brahma, the Divine Absolute, and is hidden in the breath that comes and goes from you and becoming a master of to and from is the Path.

The hidden Protector of the universe comes down and back traveling the Path and the knowledge to direct with one aim to see has spread in different directions, but for those devoted to the doctrine, compassion is like behaving properly towards a lover and an inner part is produced in meditative absorption.

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