Verse from the Veda to Succeed

The main religions of the earth offer no protection from becoming sick and dying from Covid-19, and in general, offer no protection from becoming sick and dying. Recently some people of faith opened their houses of worship and people gathered and became sick. All over the world the disease has spread when people gather indoors for religious ceremonies or whatever, and especially during large gatherings of people indoors loudly celebrating their savior.

Whether you are Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim, Jew, or Christian, you will certainly die, and whether you received protection by following the doctrine is debatable. Such religions worship in structures, and as I mentioned in the previous post, the bigger and more elaborate the building the more ungodly, and at this time, more dangerous. God does not bless structures, but blesses open space, which is the church where I worship. I worship in the field, the forest, by the river, anywhere outside where it is safe, and the Holy Spirit freely flows to become holy.

Today, no Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim, Jew, or Christian has returned from the promised land as proof, so no one really knows if being a faithful Buddhist, Muslim, Christian, and so on has any benefit in that regard. In the end, the faithful die, so we know the religions do not protect the body, and since they provide no proof of an afterlife in heavenly bliss, we would have to conclude that the religions do not offer a way to succeed.

The Sacred Teaching is to succeed and then offer the proof to others so they can succeed. I am a devotee, but have not succeeded. I can verify portions of the text, and comprehend it logically, so I do not doubt it, but have not succeeded. The teaching says when one is old to plan on returning home to heaven. At 70, I consider myself old, and since I am a devotee I have begun working on the methods to attain the enlightened state, and if I succeed, you will know the way. If you take on the work and succeed, then I will know the way. Either way, when successful others will know.

Here is a verse from the Veda to succeed.

For heaven on the earth, fill a mountain of AH coming from heaven with blessings to succeed, and to stop and hold tight like riches in the hand and succeed to become tender and loving and loosen the grip for giving. The air leads every prayer, carries the thoughts to heaven, blesses the righteous to serve, and opens a wide doorway to heaven for everyone.

Verse from the Veda for a Wonderful Life

I can imagine a world as God and Goddess intend, although now-a-days, it seems unachievable. An intelligent person would think that with all the religions in the world for people to follow, and since most of those of the earth consider themselves religious or spiritual, to live in a world as God and Goddess intend should be achievable. Not only achievable but the norm, but where we are is far from. I cannot speak for the world, but in the United States where I live I can say for certain that this place is going in the wrong direction. Obviously a great blame must be placed on the various religions in this country, especially Christianity, since that is predominant. I assume Christian ministers and priests speak about living a peaceful life and treating people kindly. That is the Holy Teaching of God and Goddess, and it is necessary to follow it to attain a wonderful life and everlasting happiness with the Heavenly Host. So why is it that so many people claiming to be religious do not follow the teaching?

I assume that all the earthly religions, such as Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Sikh, and so on teach the Golden Rule of treating others kindly, helping people in need, you know, service. That must be the foundation and purpose of the religion, and if not, it is not in line with the teaching of heaven. Although I think religious people are fine with that, there seems to be an issue with people treating people alike, no matter the sex, age, color of skin or eyes, religious affiliation or not, sexual preference, and so on. Treating dissimilar people similarly seems to be the shortcoming, but one thing I have found that works on overcoming shortcomings is work on it. Work on it and work on it and if one is determined, I think, one can attain success. Take the time to meet someone who looks different. Go toward them in a friendly manner and most likely they will be friendly in return. I utilize that technique often and it works, it really works.

I enjoy meeting people who look different than me. We can look different, act different, and have different philosophical and religious ideas, but that is the enjoyment of it. With all the differences, most of use are the same in seeking happiness, and such is the Holy Teaching. Treat all kindly so that all can live happy.

Here is a verse from the Veda for a Wonderful Life.

A wonderful vision when Mitra appears in the flames, or Surya, or Varuna, but the Supreme Absolute is present everywhere. Stable at the center of all that moves, and to fill up with the air to push out the navel upon the earth to be together with a wonderful presence.

Verse from the Veda Says Do Not Take the Breath Away

As a young and inquisitive 14-15 year old, I took to reading Max Muller’s Fifty volume Sacred Books of the East series. The books were not available in the bookstore or library of the town. At the time, I made a little money delivering daily newspapers, and over time saved enough to visit the bookstore and order one of the books. This went on until a little after high school, but I never read all of the books. For instance, never read the Rigveda, my specialty today, until I was into my late 50’s.

Early on in life, I took to Buddhist teaching, lived my life accordingly, kind-of, and meditated. When I moved to a large city thirty years ago, many opportunities to study were available. When the Tibetan Buddhists began arriving in the city, I practiced with them. Now, there are many Tibetan monasteries around, but I no longer attend. I am no longer a Buddhist following the Hinayana or Mahayana, but kind-of a Buddhist following the Rigveda, one of the most important texts associated with Hinduism. Kind-of a weird thing, I think, but illustrates an ignorance in the religions.

Today, I am not a Buddhist, Hindu, Christian, Sikh, Muslim, but follow the Veda, the Sacred Knowledge of Heaven. The teaching is to own no property and all the religions mentioned are too materialistic. Their halls of worship can be extremely large and ornate and filled with religious symbols and idols to worship, but God does not bless statues and structures. God does not bless counties. God blesses creature’s big and little, male, female, young, old, two or four feet, tail or no tail, yes, and the teaching is to care for all. Do not kill or harm any creature. A vegetarian diet is required, and with water and the God given breath to live happy and peaceful on the earth. Yes, do not take the Sacred Breath away.

Here is a verse from the Veda that says do not take the breath away.

To become bright and lovely the rays of light dawn in with a flow of water to offer to mortals, mortals are alive because of an association with the breath, and to become divine, never hinder that for anyone.

Verse from the Veda and Pete Seeger

Like many others in the United States and around the world, I watched in horror as American cities burned, businesses looted and destroyed, with angry mobs roaming the street. Luckily, since then, tempers have tempered and hopefully change will happen. I do not understand why racial issues develop because I like people of other races. Yes, Black Lives Matter, Native Lives Matter, All Lives Matter. I live in an area rich in diversity and we get along just fine. People want to be safe and happy and treated fairly, and such is the Holy Teaching of Heaven for the earth. Do not harm any breathing creature that cries, do not discriminate, treat all people kindly no matter the race, sex, age, religion, non-religion, whatever.

A couple of days ago I listened to a recording of songs by Pete Seeger, an influential American folk singer and social activist. As a member of the folk group the Weavers, he was blacklisted during the 1950’s anticommunist McCarthy hearings. During the 1960s, he was a prominent singer of protest music in support of disarmament, civil rights, workers rights, and environmental causes. In the late 60’s he released an album called “God Bless the Grass” and every song was about environmental issues. Throughout his career, he wrote many wonderful songs, the best known are “Where Have All the Flowers Gone?, If I Had a Hammer, and Turn! Turn! Turn!.”

The album contains a recitation by Studs Terkel of words Seeger wrote on a rock while canoeing with his youngest daughter. He was dismayed at all the littered bottles and cans on the beach… the words were never put to music.

Here is a verse from Pete Seeger.

Cursed be the nation of any size or shape,

Whose citizens behave like naked apes,

And drop their litter where they please,

Just like we did when we swung from trees.

But blessed be the nation and blessed be the prize,

When citizens of any shape or size

Can speak their mind for any reason

Without being jailed or accused of treason.

Cursed be the nation without equal education,

Where good schools are something that we ration,

Where the wealthiest get the best that is able,

And the poor are left with crumbs from the table.

Blessed be the nation that keeps its waters clean,

Where an end to pollution is not just a dream,

Where factories don’t blow poisonous smoke,

And we can breath the air without having to choke.

Cursed be the nation where all play to win,

And too much is made of the color of the skin,

Where we do not see each other as sister and brother,

But as being threats to each other.

Blessed be the nation with health care for all,

Where there’s a helping hand for those who fall,

Where compassion is in fashion every year,

And people, not profits, is what we hold dear.

Here is a link to hear Studs Terkel reading Blessed Be the Nation on YouTube:

And here is a verse from the Veda.

Be kind and say prayers for those who strike and insult others, and please heaven with acts of compassion on the earth.

Verse from the Veda About Being Different

I am sad to hear that the Christian churches are going to open soon. Church gatherings are dangerous at any time because they offer no salvation, but especially now. Such gatherings have become centers for covid-19 spread, so there is no good reason to open, and especially now. They offer hope and the possibility of salvation, but it is just talk, the earthly religions do not lead to heavenly delight, only suffering and death upon the earth.

The Christian teaching is full of lies with very little validity, although a house for people to worship and gather as friends is provided, but such is an issue, especially now. Now as always, it is far better to follow the religion of heaven that does not meet in closed spaces, it meets in the fields and forests of the earth. Space is vast, so no problem in getting away to follow the heavenly way and work on salvation.

I have enjoyed the peace and quiet of the last couple of months. Stars not visible for many years due to pollution are visible again. The air I live upon is much cleaner. Some people call it a lock-down, but nothing changed for me, I still regularly visit the field where I live for worship and meditation.

Be a lemming on the way to slaughter, or choose to be different, and follow the Holy Way to heaven, and here is a verse from the Veda about just that.

The darkness is consumed by light, the earth is a wide abode where horses like neighing and cattle like feeding in the pastures. Be like that or choose to be different, and come to fill with the heavenly air to enjoy with a light to spread around.

Verse from the Veda to Remove the Cause of Illusion

When I began translating the ancient texts, I was surprised to discover certain notions. I think a good illustration of that comes from the word dog. The Sanskrit word for dog is shvan, and all the published translations of the Rigveda, reference the animal, but in every translated mantra of the Rgvedaschool, the word dog is a verb and comes before the noun. To dog refers to following, pursuing something closely, such as dogging or hounding the Sacred Knowledge. I asked a few people how long they thought the word expressed the concept of following something closely, and like myself, thought it might be a few generations. Since it appears in the Rigveda that is likely four thousand years old, the concept might go back to the beginning of domesticated dogs, maybe twenty-thousand years. Who knows how long, but it points out translations of the oldest religious text in existence that have no meaning, and translations of the Holy Text to dog.

A few billion years ago, in the event called viraj, the physical universe came into being with a thunderous AH, which is an ongoing process. At that moment, the Divine Absolute, Brahma, separated into male and female, two divine forces to move everything of heaven and earth. The Sanskrit word viraj also means far and wide, preeminent, and the cosmic feminine force. It sounds like virage but has an opposite meaning to the English word mirage that means illusion. The play of opposites is a key feature of the Rigveda, and nothing is greater than knowing and basing one’s life upon the truth rather than a lie. Today, in the era of fake news to know the truth is critical. Know the difference and dog the righteous path.

Here is a verse from the Veda to remove the cause of illusion.

AH sustains the Shining Ones and to AH for a mover to produce the understanding, for the multitudes to be inwardly inspired, and with love in the heart to gift the knowledge and AH to people to remove the cause of illusion.

Verse from the Veda to Rejoice Along with the Field

The Creator is divine to provide all creatures with a beautiful and holy place, and a breath to live upon and flourish. All seasons have their beauty, but I enjoy the spring the most. Spring is certainly an exciting and active period of the yearly cycle. All of the birds and animals around this part of the world have become quite active, many loudly proclaiming their activity. The vegetation all creatures rely upon, either first or second hand is beginning to rise from the earth or emerge from the trees and bushes.

Plants and creatures are much the same in liking the sunlight, although some are more active at night. They are also much the same in a liking to tending. Yes, plants love attention and nursing or just enjoyed for their beauty or scent. They love when a person bows down to reverence or caress and what one breathes out the other breathes in. Plants are even caring enough to clean the air other creatures live upon.

Plants with the proper amount of sunlight, moonlight, and water, will flourish, but tended to aides their growth and productivity. When tending to the garden, I chant the Holy Syllable AH, and the plants and animals respond.

Here is a verse from the Veda to rejoice along with the field.

Really, the rice ripens quickly in the rainy season and enjoys songs of praise, devotion spreads light and exhilarated people rise for that and rejoice along with the field.

Verse from the Veda about the Sound of AH

All of the ancient spiritual texts of the world speak of producing the AH sound, inhaling a breath through the nose with AH to exhale a breath with AH from the mouth. All of the ancient texts, such as the Rigveda, Bible, Upanishads, Quran, Bhagavad Gita, and so on, say it. At least they do when the texts are translated accurately, which they are not, and such is a major problem upon the earth. People fall prey to the false narrative the religions of the earth provide, or the rejection of a Divine Religion.

The ancient texts give many examples of the sound to produce. They say the sound is similar to that of a donkey, an ass, and the recommendation is to produce an imitative sound of an ass to avoid becoming one in this or your next life upon the earth. The sound is similar to the humming of bees, the whine of a mosquito, howling wind, roar of thunder, rushing river, bleating goat, or a little animal called a Kabundi, are a few examples. Take a drink of water on a warm day and AH might just come out. Make love to your partner and AH will likely happen.

A Shruti Box is ideal for chanting Sacred AH in the fourth note of the scale, the key of F, but there are natural and unnatural sounds to chant along with for fun. Today, we have the hum of a refrigerator, whine of a vacuum cleaner, lawn mower, leaf blower, chain saw, snow blower, weed wacker, really, any machine, and the roar of an airplane or a highway. Although, best to be away from the highway because the purpose of chanting AH is cleaning the body, and clean air is ideal.

Here is a verse from the Veda about the Sound of AH.

To be of help to dog an imitative sound of a bleating goat and produce with speed in the fourth note of the scale, know that and if weak the wind of AH controls for to beat like the heart to become strong.

Verse from the Veda about Sacred Space

People who follow the earthly religions worship inside buildings, where in many places worship has stopped because of the Coronavirus pandemic. Some of the structures are ordinary looking, but many are extremely ostentatious.

Christians like to worship in houses of worship called churches, and some in huge cathedrals. Catholics worship in cathedrals or basilicas, Hindus in a temple called a Mandir. Muslims pray in mosques, Japanese Buddhists in shrines, other Buddhists in temples or a place in people’s homes. Sikhs worship in a fancy temple called a Gurwara, and followers of the Judaic religion worship in a synagogue.

To become a devotee of any of the earthly religions leads to much the same result. A follower will live and die upon the earth to be born again upon the earth, life after life upon the earth while heaven is around. I do not follow or admire any of the earthly religions because their teaching is full of misinformation, and ultimately a dead end road to follow. Followers of the religion of heaven do not worship in fancy temples, shrines, cathedrals, or structures of any kind, they worship in the fields and forests of the earth, and these places are safe to worship in right now.

Here is a verse from the Veda about Sacred Space.

The air comes from the temple of space and is a Sacred Place beyond suffering. To bestow the breath with blessings to all to enter and to become vast for devotion and hold steady, to become an immortal and movement ceases.


Verse from the Veda for Healing During the Coronavirus Pandemic

I hope that everyone is aware of the threat of the covid-19 virus and is taking the necessary steps to remain healthy and alive in the coming days and weeks. Hopefully you have heard that it is best to avoid large groups of people in confined spaces, keep space between other people, wash your hands, avoid touching your face, and so on, and here are a few other ideas to put in your toolbox.

A Juice diet (carrots) or water for 1-3 days and lots of Vitamin C, 1 gram per hour or so. Garlic has strong antiviral activity, 2 caps 3x daily. Drink plenty of water and sufficient rest.

Many people have the herb, Thyme, around the house and it inhibits the growth and development of germs. It has antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal properties. Useful in chronic respiratory and lung problems, throat and bronchial problems, and the onset of colds and influenza. 2 tsp. per cup of boiling water, steep 10 min. 3x daily, but avoid continual use as it hinders mineral absoption.

For many people, Ginger is a panacea. It covers the main symtoms of the infection, chest and lung congestion, sinus congestion, fevers, runny nose, aches and pains, colds, influenza, and coughs. 5-8 thin slices of Ginger in water, simmer 10 min. 3-5x daily.

Spend time outside in the sunlight as light is a natural disinfectant. The Veda says light is cleansing and purifies the body. It says roaring aloud AH to and from heaven is cleansing to the body and mind, and filling up for holding to AH is the basis of happiness. Although not critical here, something to consider a little later. Check it out and see if the teaching is true. It is good to know the truth and not follow a lie.

Since it is wise to stay away from people, do that, and make use of your time for meditation and acquaint yourself with the Sacred Teaching. In religious circles, it is called a retreat, and highly valued among devotees.

Here is a verse from the Veda for Healing During the Coronavirus Pandemic.

The faithful are the best for encouraging the unfaithful to stop, to offer a mantra to think about, AH to sanctify, and water results in producing the intention for water along with AH is healing.