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About agyat_theunknown

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  1. Find your way to the 'self' - the divinity within you!
  2. Hey, anyone out there to become a "HINDU" or get converted to "HINDUISM"! This is the address of my shop - http://www.geocities.com/agyat_theunknown Interested????
  3. First about the transliteration - There are others like ajnata etc. But, you understood the right word and that's important! What is understood is more important than what is said. In whichever way you look it, we are actually eating the fruit. Even when we are talking - 'We are actually meditating upon the understanding which will guide us to know the God's glory which is there in three worlds - physical, mental and spiritual.' - including me and you! When I/you say - Namaste! It does not mean I respect you (as a person). It means I respect the divine within you i.e. this to remind me/you about the divinity within, so that we behave accordingly...
  4. Namaste! (I bow to the divine within you)... And you are omnipresent!
  5. What is understood is more important than what is said! Everyone is free to interprete and understand in their own way. Conflicts rise when we start forcing others to understand in our own way. The very message is lost in those conflicts. This is all for better understanding...
  6. riih.qarojamahoamaan, If, 'We meditate upon the understanding which guides me to know the God's glory which is there in three worlds - physical, mental and spiritual.', do we need to explain or do we need explanations? Anyway, if you have gone through 'Mindspace', then you will be surprised to know that I have written that before knowing the meaning of this mantra. I do not need to go into the grammar, I cannot go into a debate, if I have the understanding. If understood, it also says the divine is within us, as we cannot separate ourselves from the three worlds! About incarnations - Krishna, Rama, Jesus, Buddha etc. were not born as God's incarnations/messengers. They were considered or believed to be the incarnates/messengers by the way of their teachings/wisdom/knowledge. Their understanding of the three worlds have transcended them to that level.
  7. Yes, I am only going to die only once. I am sure about this. I do not know about my previous life and I can only speculate about my future life. For me soul has a little different meaning. The soul and the spirit are different. Spirit is something beyond body and mind. It is pure consciousness. I guess, you meant spirit in your question. Even if I know about the spirit leaving a body and joining it again. How can I be sure about it? How can I remember without mind? I think this is clear enough...
  8. This place is not bad to be in a 'satsanga', if you are little careful about your understanding...
  9. Please use the link below to find why I have put this here...
  10. But, you can surely find him there!
  11. Just have focus while praying... i.e. close your eyes, keep repeating your prayer without any other thoughts in mind.
  12. Om Bhur Bhuvah Suvah Thath Savithur Varenyam Bhargo Devasya Dheemahi Dhiyo Yo Nah Prachodayath Om: The primeval sound Bhur: the physical world Bhuvah: the mental world Suvah: the celestial, spiritual world Thath: That; God; transcendental Paramatma Savithur: the Sun, Creator, Preserver Varenyam: most adorable, enchanting Bhargo: luster, effulgence Devasya: resplendent,supreme Lord Dheemahi: we meditate upon Dhiyo: the intellect,understanding Yo: May this light Nah: our Prachodayath: enlighten,guide,inspire Om! We meditate upon the intellect/understanding (as the light) which may enlighten/guide/inspire us to know the luster/effulgence of the most adorable/enchanting, resplendent/supreme Lord/Creator/Preserver (as the God or Sun) that shines in the three worlds - physical, mental and spiritual. <!--Signature-->
  13. Who can you find better than your 'self'?
  14. By the way, good post by Eternal Law. Very well written by - Dr. Karan Singh. Surely, a nice read...
  15. Do our faith/belief/understanding/knowledge/wisdom of/from/upon Gita or Hinduism depend on these kind of quotes? If what is debated upon (the quote of Einstein) is true - does it glorify Gita or Hinduism more? If it is false - does it take away anything from what Gita or Hinduism is? I personally, don't think so...
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