Rigveda, Rgveda, Rig-Veda = The Sacred Text of the Sacred Knowledge
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A mantra is a sacred formula or mystical verse. In the teaching the mantra to focus upon is the mantra of breath. Basically it is inhaling the breath through the nose for exhaling through the mouth with sound and listening to it uninterrupted. Repeating mantras over and over again in Sanskrit without knowing what they say will not accomplish very much.
The Bhagavad Gita is one of the three foundational spiritual texts associated with Hinduism with over fifty illogical English translations. The Gita is a portion of the Mahabharata, and every translation I looked at, places it on the eve of a war. The Mahabharata War is said to have taken place around 3000 BC. Some writers consider it fact, while others see it as an allegorical struggle of the human condition. Without an accurate translation, it is best to see it allegorically. In many nations today, a person becomes a hero by fighting in war, but here, to become a spiritual hero, the great battle to consider is abandoning the ego to fight for the good of all. To be kind and compassionate to all breathing creatures that cry, yes, all creatures of the land, air, and water. There are many mundane translation of the text, but here is the spiritual mantra to consider.
Mortals become heroes by growing great with the air, and though great devotion gain great power for great deeds, like cutting off the ego in the great battle to live to serve a great many.
The philosophy to follow to attain the heavenly state has many names, such as the way, the Middle Way, the path, the good path to good fortune, the knowledge of happiness, the Philosophical System of AH, the Universal Rule, and so on.
Shakyamuni Buddha, Angirasa Kumara, was the last Buddha to roam the earth. Kumara means a prince, a child, or an heir apparent in Sanskrit, and the prince was an Angira, a person of the lineage of Rishis, seers possessing extraordinary perceptions. They are most notably associated with the Rigveda, the oldest religious text in existence. The lineage ended before the text appeared in Sanskrit around 1,000 BC, and nowadays, the Buddha is mistakenly thought to have taught the Four Noble Truths. The philosophy delivered by the Buddha was the Nyaya System, the Universal Rule. Nya in Sanskrit means to give up or resign and aya means a favorable fortune.
A philosophy is a theory of the principles or laws regulating the universe and knowledge. A system of forming an arrangement of things into a whole and for that, a course of conduct is given. The Sacred Text is a call to become a saint, a wonderworker, a tireless promoter of unity among all people, and to go towards to help the disadvantaged and the disturbed of the world is the religious calling. There are many titles for the spiritually enlightened, but only one way to attain a title, and that, master the philosophy and abandon the ego. The text says it takes virtue and going beyond, and herein is the same teaching all enlightened beings adhered to for that. Here is a mantra from the Veda, from the Nyaya, the Universal Rule.
Yes, stand fast with a measure of AH, to become bright long for stillness and to come is a name of Buddha and the knowledge of heaven.
A while back, I heard some crazy talk about God wanting Trump to be president of the United States, but did not hear anything about what the Goddess wants. What is with that? God does not work alone or love alone because of the Goddess. It is a partnership and nothing happens without their joined efforts.
God and Goddess do not put individuals in the presidency, but as a hypothetical, if they did, they would not put Trump in office; they would pick someone of extremely high morals. A person of religious conviction does not kill or support the killing of any creature that cries and grasps for the breath, so they would be vegetarians with no reason to own a gun. The person would be truthful and treat others kindly, and would not discriminate against anyone of any sex, sexual preference, race, religion, non-religion, and so on. They would welcome refugees fleeing violence, care for them, and help them find a safe place to live and raise a family like the God and Goddess. Yes, every one of us of the earth is one big family.
Here is a verse from the Veda for calling on others to help.
To take away sin the Beloved of the World rejoice and give well-being with the love of a mother for abandoning disrespect, and for the cause, to love approaching with prayers.