226 – Perceive the Lord

In these harsh and disturbed times, we can contribute by self-purification. Cleansing of our thoughts will lead to removal of negativity. I have taken the liberty of combining the teachings of the Veda with the teachings from the Bible. It is only possible for us to end the conflict by practicing detachment, and empathy. Atma Bhava love for our brethren will lead to a resolution. Good Friday is for us to seek forgiveness, not only for ourselves but for saving mother earth.

Prakriti (nature), the pristine matter is the union of three subtle, volatile, and base state of matter. Prakriti produces the brain (buddhi), which generates consciousness, which generates ahamkara (ego). This in turn creates the five gross elements, ten senses and the will or creative power. The five elements are earth, water, fire, air and ether. Our ten senses are based on the sensory organs of the eyes, ears, nose, and mouth and speech. These are the sensory perceptions of vision, hearing, touch, spatial orientation, (vestibular system that provides the leading contribution to the sense of balance and spatial orientation for the purpose of coordinating movement with balance), smell and taste. Purification of the elements and of our senses will lead to understanding the creativity of the Lord. On the basis of these five elements, the circle of the universe is working. Rig Veda.

Spiritual Communication

Our daily prayers and meditation will guide us to the practice of spiritual communication. We will become aware of the great power of the lord. The function of the eyes is to see, the ear is to hear, the mouth is to taste and speak, and the limbs are to move. Our soul’s function is to realize the reality through communication with the Lord. We are able to see the magic of creation all around us. Atharva Veda.

Easter and spring are upon us. On Good Friday we reflect upon Christ’s sacrifice for our sins. It is a day of reflection upon our sins and to seek mercy. Christ is merciful and perceive the Lord with love in your heart.

Albert Einstein was asked whether he believed in God. He answered,

“Can a small watch create itself, if not, how can the vast, curious and regulated universe come into being without a creator.”

Aim Hrim Klim

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