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Thursday, November 25, 2010



Quantum physics or the science of possibilities explained on the highest level. The mysterious origin of the soul is now within our grasp of understanding.

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We all can enter Maha-Vishnu’s mahat-tattva dream creation above, however no-one originates from Maha-Vishnu’s dreaming mahat-tattva creation OR the Vraja river or His Body.

Tattva is a Sanskrit word meaning 'principle', 'reality' or 'truth'.

We can only enter Maha-Vishnu’s dark mahat-tattva cloud, which exists in one corner of the Spiritual Sky (Brahmajyoti) by first using our free will to no longer ‘choose’ to serve Krishna. Now being only ‘aware’ of our secondary nitya-baddha sub-conscious state and ‘unaware’ of Krishna and our own nitya-siddha body in Goloka, we foolishly continue on and enter Maha-Vishnu’s mahat-tattva and given ethereal and biological bodily forms by Him.

When one is fed-up with the mahat-tattva and not fit to return home to Goloka, one may enter the Transcendental Body of Maha-Vishnu or His Vraja River or the ‘impersonal aspect’ of their own sub-conscious state (Impersonal Brahmajyoti)

These nitya-baddha sub-conscious states are also reached after the dissolution of the mahat-tattva, by ALSO not being qualified to go back to being ‘aware’ of ones nitya-siddha perpetual body in the ‘eternal presents’ of Goloka. Therefore no-one originates from the Vraja River, Maha-Vishnu’s Body or the Impersonal Brahmajyoti.

Therefore the Vraja River and the Impersonal Brahmajyoti only caters for the dreamless nitya-baddha secondary sub-conscious ‘dormant’ dream state of the marginal living entity or nitya-siddha body

ONLY our dreaming nitya-baddha sub-conscious state or lower self is given material ethereal and biological vessels by Maha-Vishnu so one can act out their mistaken non-Krishna Consciousness desires within His mahat-tattva (material creation). This only happens when one selfishly uses their free-will and chooses to no longer serve Krishna or God and therefore ‘sub-consciously’ leave Goloka and their authentic nitya-siddha Krishna Conscious body. The imperishable Goloka world and the surrounding Vaikuntha planets take up 75% of the Spiritual Sky or Brahmajyoti while the perishable Mahat Tattva above takes up 25%.

We as the baddha-jiva lower self consequently ONLY enter the Body of Maha Vishnu at the termination of the material creation due to not being qualified to, or choose not to go back home back to Godhead, back to the realization of our full consciousness (nitya-siddha body) in Goloka Vrndavana from where we have all originally began our ‘sub-conscious’ journey from long, long, long, long ago.


Nothing is lost or regained in Goloka and Vaikuntha except for our memory and 'awareness' of who we really are, everything is set eternally there is in a state of the marginal living entities 'full potential originality within the ‘eternal presents’ as a nitya-siddha human looking body devotee of Krishna or Vishnu in Vaikuntha, which means ALL marginal living entities or so called jiva sparks, have a nitya-siddha-svarupa body that is eternally unchangeable, eternally youthful, eternally original and eternally a person with bodily form of sat, chit, ananda, VIGRAHA like Krishna’s.

If there is no past or future and only the ‘present’ in Goloka and Vaikuntha, then we are all in a perpetual state of originality. Remember, the marginal living entity leaves Goloka, not as ones eternal nitya-siddha-svarupa body, but via their sub-conscious ‘dreams’, ‘thoughts’ and ‘imagination’ (nitya-baddha).

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Narayana Suktam


~ Narayana Suktham ~

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Translated by P.R.Ramachander

Shanthi Pata

Sahana navathu.Sahanou bunakthu. Saha veerya karavavahai.

Tejaswinaa vadheedamasthu maa vidwishavahaii.

Om shanthi, shanthi, shanthi.

Let Brahmam protect the teacher-student duo,
And also protect us,
We would work with vigour,
Let our learning be lustrous,
Let not we quarrel among ourselves,
Let there be peace, peace and peace.

Narayana Suktham

Sahasra seersham devam viswaksham viswa sambhuvam.

Viswam narayanam devam aksharam paramam padam., 1

I meditate on god Narayana,
Who has thousands of heads,
Who sees everywhere,
Who does good to all the world,
Who is the world,
Who is indestructible,
And who is the greatest destination.

Viswatha paramanithyam viswam narayanam harim,

Viswamevedam purusha stadvischa mupajeevathi., 2

I meditate on God Narayana,
Who is much greater than this world,
Who is forever,
Who is the world,
Who destroys sins and suffering,
And say, that this world is Purusha,
And is alive because he is inside it.

Pathim viswasyatmeshwara, saswatha shivamachyutham,

Narayanam mahagneyam viswathmanam parayanam., 3

I meditate on Narayana,
Who owns this world,
Who is the god of all souls,
Who is forever,
Who is personification of good,
Who never slips,
Who needs to be known with great effort,
Who is the soul of everything,
And who is the great destination.

Narayana paro jyothirathma narayana para,

Narayana para brahma tatwam narayana para.

Narayana paro dyatha , dyanam Narayana para., 4

Narayana is the great light,
Narayana is the great soul,
Narayana is the ultimate Brahmam,
Narayana is the great principle,
Narayana is the greatest among those who meditate on him,
And Narayana is the great meditation.

Yachcha kinchid jagat sarvam drusyathe sruyathe bhi vaa,

Antharbahischa tatsarva vyapya narayana sthitha., 5

Narayana is spread,
All over the world.
In everything that we see and hear,
And in its inside and outside.

Anantham avyayam kavi samudrentham viswasambhuvam,

Padmakosa pratheekasa hrudhyam chapyadho mukham., 6

I meditate on God Narayana,
Who is endless,
Who is indestructible,
Who is all knowing,
Who is inside the sea,
And who does good to all world.
I also state that the heart hangs like an inverted lotus bud.

Adho nishtaaya vithasthyaanthe nabhyam upari thishtathi,

Jwalamalaakulam bhathi viswasya yatanam mahat., 7

Inside the heart,
Which is Just below the collarbone,
And one hand above the belly button,
Shines as if it is surrounded by a flame,
The greatest habitat of the universe

Santhatha shilabhisthu lambatya kosa sannibham,

Tasyanthe sushira sookshmam tasmin sarve prathishtitham., 8

The lotus like heart hangs,
Attached to the bones on all four sides,
And inside the heart is a very tiny hole,
And inside that hole everything exists.

Tasya madhye mahan agni viswa archir viswatho mukha,

Sograbuk vibhajan thishtaa annahara majara kavi., 9

Inside the center of the heart,
There is an ever-shining fire,
Which is spread in all directions,
And that fire which burns stable,
Sees everywhere,
Never gets old,
And divides and supplies the food.

Tirya goordhwa madhasa sayee rasmayas tasya santhatha,

Santhapayathi swam deha mapada thala masthaka,

Tasya madhye vahni shika aneeryordhwa vyavasthitha., 10

The rays of that fire is always spread,
All over from one end to other,
And throughout the length,
And from head to foot,
And the body of that fire,
Heats our body allover,
And its one thin flame,
Shines erect in the center of the heart.

Neela thoyadha madhyastha dwidyullekheva bhaswaraa,

Neevara sooka vathanvee peetha bhaswat yanoopama., 11

Like the sparkle of lightning,
From within a black dark cloud,
Like the sprout of a red paddy,
Thin and golden,
And as tiny as an atom,
That flame continues burning.

Tasya shikhaya madhye paramathma vyavasthitha,

Sa brahma sa shiva sa hari sendra sokshara parama swaraat., 12

In the center of the flame lives the all-pervasive God.
Who is Brahma,
Who is Shiva,
Who is Vishnu,
Who is Indra,
Who is perennial and ever living,
And He is the greatest emperor.

Rhutha sathyam param brahma purusham Krishna pingalam,

Oordhwaretham viroopaksham viswa roopaya vai namo nama., 13

Salutations and salutations,
To Him who is the beauty of everything,
To Him who is ever lasting truth,
To Him who exists as Para Brahmam in all bodies,
To Him who is the black Vishnu and reddish Shiva rolled into one,
To Him who looks after the progeny,
To Him who is three eyed,
And to Him who assumes the form of all beings of the universe.

Narayanaya vidmahe vasudevaya deemahi,

Thanno Vishnu prachodayath., 14

Let us try to know that Lord Narayana,
Let us try to meditate on that Vasudeva,
And let that Vishnu employ us to do good deeds.

|| Harihi Om Tatsath ||

|| Om Namo Venkateshaaya ||

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