Verse from the Veda to Worship

What happened to the people in the past who worshiped the gods and goddesses associated with the Rigveda like Indra, Agni, Rudra, Usha, Mitra, Varuna, Aryaman and so on? What happened to the people in the past who worshiped the Greek gods and goddesses of Apollo, Zeus, Poseidon, Athena, Aphrodite, Hermes, and so on? What happened to the people in the past who worshiped the Roman gods or goddesses of Mars, Mercury, Neptune, Venus, Diana, and so on? What happened to the people in the past who worshiped the gods or goddesses of Thor, Freya, Odin, Frigg. Balder, Loki, and so on? What happened to the people in the past who worshiped Shiva, Krishna, Durga, Hanuman, Kali, and so on? What happened to the people in the past who worshiped Buddha, Jesus, Maharishi, or Muhammad? What happened to the people in the past who worshiped Avalokiteshvara, Manjushri, White Tara, Green Tara, Vajrapani, and so on. What happened to the Vikings or other warriors who believed they would spend eternity in a heavenly paradise should they die in battle? What happened to the people who lived and died and did not believe in religion and an afterlife or worship any deity?

What happened to them you ask? They lived, died, and were born again on the earth. Some of these deities and directives are still worshiped today and the people who do will die to be born again on the earth. They will not experience freedom from suffering or eternity in the heavenly state, only the mortal state repeatedly.

There are not many paths to the heavenly state, only one, and God upon the earth is the heavenly breath. To fill with heaven to serve others, to meditate, and sacrifice the ego (the enemy) to live together with God and Goddess in heavenly bliss. Such is the teaching of heaven, and here is a mantra for meditation.

Sacrifice to the Lord to become perfect and adorned with light, and to scatter the foe or be born an animal and enjoy brushing off flies with a tail.

yellow mustard road

Compassion for all breathing creatures that cry

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