Verse from the Veda about the Heavenly Breath

Heaven and Earth Yantra

A post ago, the Rgvedaschool posted a post, and because of the importance of it, I am going to repost it here. The Rg, the Sacred Verse of the Divine Absolute, states, “reality is split, singular and absolute.”

Every human being, every land, sea, and air creature, every tree, every flower and blade of grass is a singular, and superseding that is Brahma. Brahma, according to the Sanskrit Dictionary, is the self-existent spirit, the absolute, and the Divine Absolute.

Another name for the Divine Absolute is One, because the Divine One encompasses everything. To form the universe, the Absolute separates into two parts, male and female, God and Goddess, Heaven and Earth, inhalation and exhalation, and so on, yet remains unchanged.

Your life and the life of all are contingent upon the Holy Breath. In the Veda, the Sacred Knowledge, living beings are referred to as movers, because that is a determination of the living. The Holy Breath is forever, death and stillness comes about because movers become too weak to breathe.

The breath comes to all for life, and when thanking the Creator, the affectionate term of Grandfather can be used. Yes, the Creator and Sustainer of the Universe, is our Divine Grandfather. The Heaven and Earth Yantra is posted above, and it illustrates our earthly and heavenly connections.

Here is a verse from the Veda about the Heavenly Breath.

The wisdom and the breath for a mover is protecting,

and to hurt,

to be away from is appropriate.

Rgvedaschool Ground - Moon Craters

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