Mar 3, 2018

What is the difference between formless worship of the Almighty by Islam and Nirgun Bhakti of Hindus?

Fancies of fools are similar follies and equally non-existent, be they of any ism.
The worship without adding attributes or qualities etc. to the Almighty Truth - or God if one so prefers to name the Absolute - maybe called ‘nirguna bhakti’. Ascribing a form - even formlessness - to the Ultimate Reality, would yet be considered a lower form of worship. For, it is more or less assuming and allotting a definitive ‘guna’/attribute and quality, in this case formlessness, to be the formal nature of the entity and physicality of God.
In any case, some ‘hadis’ - the authenticated records written down verbatim from the uttering of companions and compatriots of the self-proclaimed prophet of Islam - these texts reveal that the so-called god of Islam, Allah, was actually seen by Mohammed. This brief is given according to the prophet’s child-bride, Aisha. Another believable Islamic writings of earlier times propound their grand god to be a 30 meter tall human-like figure.
Interestingly, in an obvious attempt to be one up over the gods of other religions, now days many a Muslim hypothesize that the Islamic god is a mysterious and a faceless-form or something akin it, that cannot be seen by anybody. Saying so, one seemingly assumes that it adds an extra bit to the aura of their fancied deity. Sort of making it a tiny bit more than the infidel’s god.
Yet it is nobody’s case that some earlier writings of Islam do insist that Mohammed had indeed seen their god, Mr. Allah.
It is said that their all-seeing and all-knowing self-anointed prophet had once witnessed Mr. Allah in the form of a bearded youth. Alternatively, it is also told that this god of the Muslims was thought of by their prophet to be as a huge super-humanoid. However, all this is now being denied by a few amongst the faithful in Islam.
It does not change the truth of the matter though.
The truth is that the Islamic heaven or hell is thought of and taught so by the Muslims themselves to be very much a material, a solid and a virtual physical place of sorts. Hence, the ruling entity over these material but otherworldly regions is or ought to be logically and similarly a physical and an empirical reality.
It is therefore the obvious inference that Allah, the fancied god of the Muslims, too is a physicality, a human-like entity. Anyway, denying or not, he, Mr. Allah, is believed to be an empirical entity by all and sundry in the Islamic world.
Under this gentleman, the Islamic god Allah falls the physical command and care of the bountiful heaven to accommodate the faithful - be they even the vilest of people, or the most murderous, mad, malevolent lot. Oh, and as we all know so very well, sure hell-fire is physically guaranteed for the doubters and the non-believing infidels like us. Again, under the same majestic and merciful caretaker, the Islamic god, in person: ah! our very own, dear Mr. Allah.
In short, the Muslims believe, as did their prophet, that the next world - that is, a heaven or a hell - is not some sort of an abstract form of non-physical existence but a definite material realm and region. It is as real to them as is this existence on this earth, and as the ground felt under one’s feet right now. Similarly, their god, Allah, too is a physicality. Akin their own bodily self.
Thus, the Islamists have no concept of the Divine except with a form.
As to what form, well, that may be disputed. A spirit-like entity? A humanoid, albeit a gigantic one? Or some other this-that thing, but very much a touchable, a physical thing!
And though the part whether he, this Mr. Allah, can be seen or not by the faithful may be taken under advice and the opinion reserved, yet there is no denying nor may be doubted that the common lot of the Muslims imagine their almighty god is virtually and physically existing as a this or that something or the other, as do they find them earthly and bodily self.
And it is taught by the holy book of the Muslims that when the time comes, ‘he’, one Mr. Allah, shall physically rouse the dead and the buried coreligionists up from their rotting graves. Thereafter, after taking account of their life on earth, their god-entity shall physically put them in a material but a perpetual heaven with 72 virgins, and with nubile young boys serving the men (not the women, mind you! Just the ‘superior’ gender of men only) amongst the faithful.
To reach this fancied folly of a physical heaven, Jihadis kill imaginary infidels.
Many common lot of Hindus too think of their god possessing a form.
On the other hand, the more evolved among the Hindus and the Sufis of the higher sort, both worship the Divine in the Way as self-realized by their enlightened sages and gurus - as the Primordial Essence of the Whole.
The Abrahamic faiths - Christianity, Judaism and Islam - all faithfully follow a physical god, who is personal to them. And it is believed, and hence so propagated, that these ‘chosen’ people are able to talk to ‘him’ as we do to another human being.
So, more of less, this Abrahamic god is thought to be a humanoid akin us the human beings, only differing from us in some supposedly surreal way.
Thus, the believed in Islamic god is thought of by the fundamentalist followers of Mohammed to be a verifiable physicality, and as a virtual entity like us humans.
For the simple lot of Hindus too, their god - and they have 33,0000000 gods amongst them! - is very much in the image of an empirical but an ethereal material entity. Supposedly, the same is made-up of a life-stuff akin their own self. Or something thereabouts. In their own make and likeness, at the very least.
In effect, the god of simple folks is a physically existing entity, akin themselves.
However, unlike the Abrahamic faiths, the Hindus have always worshiped the Divine in both the ‘saguna’ and the ‘nirguna’ way. That is, as per their learning and leanings, the people think of their god to with a form, or being formless in form.
So, how different is the god of Hindus from that of the Abrahmic faiths?
Well, so long as the Divine is worshiped with the concept of it being a this-that form, in such a sense there is virtually no difference between the worshipconducted by the simple lot of Hindus and the complete lot of the Abrahamic faiths, especially by the Muslims.
This lot of worshipers of all isms have a similar mindset: they simply cannot conceive of the Divine without some form or the other. And even if they could, then too their god is thought to be a physicality of sorts, howsoever mysterious or majestic or magical in design!
At best, to get the better of those of another faith, the Almighty of Islam may be projected or put forward by the faithful of this ism to be a formless sort of being, that cannot be seen.
Alternatively, having evolved beyond the parochial mindset of their inherited religion of Islam, the Sufis worship God as the ‘It’ or ‘That’ in the whole of Creation. As do the Vedanta adherents and the more sophisticated amongst the gnostic Hindus.
Thus, it may be said that the worship of God without a form is yet a ‘saguna’ concept. That is, it is done so with a definitive thinking of the Almighty possessing a formless-form, be it a spirit-like one. At best this sort of worship may supposedly be indulged in by an unverified and an unheard minority amongst the Abrahamic religions. This could be termed as the ‘nirguna’ kind of worship in these isms - if indeed any among them do so think and pray to such a deity.
But in reality, and one may check out this fact oneself, nary a one among the really and truly faithful of the Abrahamic lot, especially from among the Muslims, thinks of the Ultimate Reality or God as being anything other than a plain-simple material physicality, albeit a spirit-like entity, if that!
On the other hand, the Sufis and the Hindus of the higher metaphysical knowing and understanding do not think of the Divine Reality as being a physical being of any sort. They worship the Truth in the like manner as their self-realized Masters.
The Allah of the Sufis is a name given to the Absolute Almighty Oneness that is the life and soul of everybody - even the infidel.
The above-told ‘nirguna’ or attribute-less and quality-less idea of the Absolute of Almighty Existence is not the theological concept of the Abrahamic faiths.
The Abrahamic god, and especially the Allah of the Muslims, is nothing like the one worshiped by the gnostic sages, yogis, Vedanta believers and the freemystics amongst the people of India. Or by the Sufis.
The ‘nirguna bhakti’ or the worship of the Divine without attributing to it any qualitative form of existence, is the Way of the better metaphysically learned and the more spiritually advanced amongst the Hindus.
This is so done owing to the fact that eventually the Almighty Truth is found not to be a god with a physicality.
That is, in the Revelation of Which Is, no god with a form or a formless ‘thing’ or something like it or a formless spirit-ness etc. is found standing, and lording over the absolute reality.
Such a supposition is not the self-realization of the enlightened beings.
Frankly, the Abrahamic faiths have not evolved to a higher metaphysical understanding of the Divine. That is, they cannot even bring themselves to conceive of the Almighty Absolute to being more than the physical being and form of their imagined god: Jehovah of the Christians and the Jews, and Allah of the Muslims.
Jehovah or Allah are thought of as physical entities. So are the millions of gods of the simple ones amongst the Hindus. These little-some gods are all the ‘saguna’ lot - with limitations prescribed to them, be it even of being formless in form.
To worship the Divine sans assumptions or attributes of any kind, is the Way of the Sufis, yogis, freemystics and of the sages of India since yore.
The non-qualitative and non-defining, ‘nirguna’ worship of the Divine is advocated by the enlightened spiritual gurus and masters of India because eventually at the End, in the Absolute of the Almighty Truth, in self-realization and in enlightenment, there is found to be no ‘saguna’ deity - a god with a this or that physical form.
No such imagined or similar physicality or entity of a god with a particular form - even of formlessness - as the Almighty Lord, is found breathing ‘up there’ as the Ultimate Reality.
Therefore, from the very onset, at the beginning of the spiritual quest itself, the self-realized sages advice the seekers to worship the Divine Reality sans any pre-conceived ideas of any kind.
This open-minded approach frees the mind, the psyche and the spirit of the spiritual aspirants. It exonerates the seeker from the psychological clutches of any imbibed misconceptions, of their inherited religion and regional culture. Or of any other such acquired education of another kind.
In turn, this kind of ‘nirguna bhakti’ or worship of the Divine sans the addition of a this-that qualitative attribute to the Ultimate Reality, makes the seeker wander and wonder at leisure. And worship in freedom.
It makes one a free spirit, a freethinker, and a freemystic.
By this is meant that one actually sees what one really-truly does - in one’s metaphysical search for the Absolute Reality.
In other words, the seeker does not falter unnecessarily in his or her search for the First Principle, owing to the ill-effects of some already existing funny or fancy ideas in the head about the Truth being a particular kitty in kind.
Thus, because of such mindfulness one does not pre-assume the supra normal to be as told by others, especially as enshrined dogmatically in one’s own mythical-cultural-religious lore.
Consequently, as a result of a better metaphysical re-learning and de-learning, one seeks and searches for the Almighty Truth in total freedom, in spirit and in truth.
In the Abrahamic religions, more specifically in Islam, it is not the Absolute Reality that is worshiped, but a physicality of a tribal god of a peculiar culture and a people, at a particular time in history.
Thus, it is not the Truth that is paid obeisance to by the people of these isms. It is but an obsolete i-me-mine god-dogmatism of dark ages that is worshiped per force by the people of these religions.
A lowly, lower knowledge of lost times has no place in these enlightened times.
Now days every kind of information is freely flowing. One can easily find out, know and understand for oneself that Creation is not just 6,000 years old, as propounded by the Abrahamic religions like Islam. And that neither is the earth flat. Nor does braying of a donkey mean it has seen the devil - as said by Mohammed. And as recorded in the correct and authenticated hadith of the Muslims.
Little knowledge makes people little, and that littler their gods.
Unlike in Islam where blind faith is a must, in Hinduism the emphasis is laid less on worshiping little gods and more on self-realizing the Divine Truth. By one’s own efforts. And by one’s own-self, as a first-hand self-experience.
Worship in higher forms of Hinduism is for attaining self-realization.
No concept of attaining the Absolute Truth by own-self exists in any Abrahamic faith, especially in Islam. It is the Way in Sufism. It is not the accepted truth in Islam.
The enforced tenet and truth of Islam is in that a physicality in the form of a god called Allah is the lord and master of the universe. And this fellow, Mr. Allah must necessarily be worshiped. Whosoever does not worship this ‘saguna’ deity or this particular believed in physicality of a god - with certain notable nefarious qualities - and does not believe in ‘his’ messenger Mohammed, the erring lot is an ‘animal’, is the infidel. And the infidel is going to hell. The follower to heaven. The kafir must be forcibly brought into the fold. Or killed. Sans mercy.
Islam does not accept the concept of Enlightenment.
In fact, to seek oneness with the Almighty, and therefore attain knowledge of the Universal Self - as the Sufis, yogis, freemystics et all do - is apostasy in Islam.
The above-said act - of seeking Unity with God - is called ‘shirk’. It is punishable by death in the Muslim religion, and in the regions ruled under the Islamic law of ‘Sharia’.
So, let it be clear. The Islamic god is a physicality separate from our own.
The Sufi and the Hindu concept of God being ‘That’ which is the limitless infinite oneness running in everybody’s veins, such a reality above definitions - ‘niraguna’ divinity - is not only unimaginable in the Islamic mind, but is considered the highest and unforgivable ‘kufr’ - an infidel lie - of a heinous kind. Punishable by sure death.
Alternatively, in better tuned-in spiritual schools of thought in India, the seeker is encouraged to seek the Absolute of Existence. And not the god of one’s own flawed inheritance or fancied insistence!
Islam claims its personal imagined physicality is the real entity, of God.
All of us, the unbelieving infidels are expected to pay obeisance to this illusory fellow as the only god-reality, as postulated by Islam. It’s followers, the Muslims insist that the others too must worship this non-reality as the only god. Failing to do as dictated by their prophet, is to lose one’s life - physically so. Beware, fellow infidels!
In a nutshell, as you must have gathered from the above long-winded analysis, the Islamic god Allah is a ‘saguna’ deity - a god with a form.
Islam is incapable of conceiving God to be an immanent, infinite eternity within all that is here or there.
The idea of a ‘nirguna’ deity, of the Divine to be the unbroken all-ness of oneness, which is unto the life and substance of everything - was then, in the lifetime of Mohammed - and is yet, beyond the limited intellectual and similar metaphysical confines of an unsophisticated people.
Hence, Islam is what it is. An ism for the unenlightened kind.
The worship of the Muslims and the Hindus, therefore, is remarkably different from each other - be it the ‘saguna’ or the ‘nirguna’ kind.
The twain do not meet.
With Sufism the higher teachings of Hinduism are in perfect agreement. But betwixt the two religions, of Islam and Hinduism, there is no meeting of the heart, the soul or the mind.
Sorry. That’s the truth.
Having stated this stark reality, have held back much. To be kind.
But then, one must by one’s very own-self read the Islamic literature as too the gnostic Vedanta texts of India, to make up one’s mind about the actual and the factual nature of the Absolute Principle of all that is. Call it the ‘god particle’, or God, or whatever. Even Allah!
May that which is ‘That’ unto all, in believers and infidels alike, help you to get ‘It’.

Feb 11, 2018

Do aliens exist? Is there a possibility of other intellectual entities living in this vast Universe?

Until we know the Truth, we’re alien to very own self.
Therefore, before we discuss the possibility of alien life, would it not be beneficial to get to know our true self, from which most of us are almost but alienated?
So, what is the Self?
And the Universe?
Elsewhere, in many an answer herein on this podium, the Nature of Self and the Universe has been discussed, and elaborated upon. Therefore, now, it would suffice to say, without going into the nitty-gritty of it all over again, that at the End, in Gnosis, it is found that the quintessential substratum of the Self and the Universe is but One.
Whether science and scientists too find so or not, well, it is their problem.
As far as the freemystics of the world, especially of India, are concerned; they had found the nature of the metaphysical truth and reality thousands of years ago. Perhaps eons ago.
Simply stated, all is one.
Hence, whatsoever is seen ‘here’ as life, and ‘there’ as the universe, is but a mirage and a chimera of dual-consciousness in the oneness of an infinite, indivisible infinity of totality.
It means that all is but one life, and a singular existence.
Therefore, none is alien.
Each is the other. In quintessence. There is no plurality in unity.
And though owing to dual-consciousness this unbroken essence of all-ness seems to project ‘otherness’, there is in fact only an eternity of oneness. As the soul of the Self, and the Universe, so to say.
The primordial substratum of the ocean and the river and the drop is but quintessentially water or H2O. Identically, existence too is so! A Oneness.
But that does not mean there is, in dual-consciousness of existence, no possibility of life elsewhere in the universe except on earth. That would be absurd. For, all is one life. And therefore, why cannot there be life at some other galaxy and in another universe - in the wild oneness of it all? Indeed there can be.
During higher meditative ‘happenings’, visions of luminous golden things and beings etc. are seen. As are witnessed suns beyond suns, universes beyond universes. So too is seen anti-gravity and anti-matter existence. And sans-matter is-ness etc. is also witnessed.
In fact, every rule of the game that the scientists assume is true, there in the Beyond, all becomes untrue.
For, eventually, the eternal fact of oneness of all that is ‘out there’ breaks and annihilates all the rules of clinical and empirical observance that we, in simplistic naivety, have set up ‘in here’.
All exists as the All. In Essence.
Everything that exists or not, has existed in the past or is presumably liable to come into being in the future, is but an is-ness and am-ness of All-ness.
In other words, alien is foreign to existence.
For, the essential nature of all things is but an indivisible oneness.
So, do mystics see aliens ‘out there’?
Well, innumerable visions manifest in the dual-consciousness before self-realization, and in the pre-enlightenment phase.
These visions or sightings may include the ingrained, pre-conceived duality-led ideas in one’s head. Say, of a heaven or a hell. Even aliens!
The isms and cults that have been birthed owing to this silly notion of duality, of alien life and entity, are formed in nescience. Owing to non-knowledge, because of disunity within. Without the self-realization of divine unity that runs through everything.
Eventually, all alien-ness dies a natural death in oneness.
No aliens are found ‘There’. At the End. In the Alpha and the Omega. In fact, not even God is!
For, in unity-consciousness, even the idea of god is alien.
All that is self-discovered is but One Self as the All.
This Godliness - of All as One- is the Only God ‘here’ or ‘There’.
Nothing else exists but ‘One’. An infinite eternity, ever in unity. As the Beginning, and as the End.
You are ‘That’.
In Essence.
Sans this understanding of the nature of totality - of an unbreakable unity without, as too within our soul-entity, and as our self identity- as our guide and guru; we are all aliens! To each other, and to our own self.
Know thy Self.
And you will find neither your little-some self, nor any as alien!

Jan 4, 2018

Some people are born in rich families and they do nothing. Why do some others have to struggle their whole lives?

Any which way given, rich or poor, human life is a divine blessing.
Metaphysically speaking, the one even though born rich, and yet not “getting” the Truth of What Is, is poorest of the poor. And another, born poor, is the richest of the rich, if he struggles hard spiritually, and eventually, gets “It” - the Absolute of Which Is.
For, without the Ultimate Truth, ultimately, all’s a myth.
Believing “this”, the seen world, to be a firm reality and therefore actually realboth a rich and a poor man are equally foolish, and twits. Thus so, both are the most wretched of the wretch. Poorest of the poorest.
Why so? Because this “here” is a make-believe.
In the search of “It” - the Source of All That Is - the blessed spiritual freethinkers and freemystics around the world “self-realize” that at the End, all “this” that we see as real, ends as though it were a pretense!
In simple words, the spiritual seeker whose “karmic due” it is this time, self-witnesses the “projected” reality - the world, and the life and things in it - physically ceasing to existAll this and that we think exists, becomes “shakti” (immortal power essence of own-self), and then, a no-thing-ness. And lo! “discovers” the “It” of self as the Self of All. This is the truest of riches!
Hence, finding the Self-Essence to to be the Immortal Infinite Eternity of All That Be, the now Enlightened One ceases to be a this or that - rich or poor. For, the End Reality is that the Universal Self in and us, is everything that is!
Thus, “It”, the “life” of our life, bestows its self with whole of the Whole.
We go through this life, being born poor or rich, becoming this or that, for better or worse. Yet, “all this” means not a thing! For, it is just a transient thing - a no thing that’s nothing! Is just a falsity of a mirage, projecting itself to be the elixir, when it is not even water but a water-less untruth.
That is, the transcendental reality is that in actuality, at the quantum level the life we live, the world we see, the living and dying we perceive “here”, is a “non” and a nothing in quintessence. Even now, at this very instant “all this” is not!
In the nitty-gritty of things, all things are a no-thing.
Therefore, though owing to good or bad karma of afore, one may be born rich or poor. But it means nothing if we do not “awaken” to the reality of things. For, at the end of “things” is a Thing-in-Itself WITHIN YOU, which, is the SELF OF EVERYTHING.
It is neither poor nor rich, but “It”! Of everything. Beyond life and death.
Find it, and you’re rich. Lose it, and you’re poor little shit, even though rich!

Dec 3, 2017

What is the significance of humans in this extraordinary vast universe?

Failing to grasp the gist and gnosis of the Self, we’re insignificant. As a grain of dust.
On the other hand, were we to comprehend and ‘get’ the real ‘make’ of our Higher Self, then we are of immense significance in this ‘extraordinary vast universe’.
So, who are we? And what is our true identity, of the life within us - the Self?
Simple isms and and simplistic religions, especially those of the Judeo-Christian-Islamic fold propagate the lore that we’re made out of this or that mud etc. by a human-like physicality called Jehovah, or Allah. Also, that this fancied act - of making man, animals, flora and fauna, earth etc. out of the thin air - was somehow performed by this mean, misogynistic man-like entity a mere 6,000 years ago. And that before it, neither the earth nor the universe was in existence.
That it was - and millions of years-old human-like or animal remains etc. and billions of years-old rocks etc. - scientifically prove that the silly assumption of the the Universe and the Creation being a few thousand years-old is a simpletons’s fancy and falsity.
Again, scientism buffs would have us believe the baloney that our life-giving core and substratum arose out of ‘dead’ matter, as an aftermath of an unproven big bang, and thereafter, because of a chemical-mating of sorts!
The above-told theoretical and theological concepts are just make-believe.
That the universe has always existed, both the advanced scientists and the higher lot of spiritualist are nearing this better understanding.
Alternatively, the freemystics of the world, namely, that of ancient India, have always insisted that ‘all this’ - the universe and whatever else - is ever being made, and then, un-made. That it is an ever-expanding existence. Uncountable, and innumerable ‘big bang’-like phenomena are taking place every moment. Of universes and worlds coming into being, and ceasing to be! And that yet, after all is said and done, the end cosmic reality remains forever unaltered.
But what is the Eternal Cosmic Reality that the cocky fans of scientism and blind believers of simplistic isms and religions do not get, as an empirical experience and as an edible understanding?
It is that each thing is every thing!
In other words, at the fundamental substratum and quantum level, the ‘make’ of each and everything in the universe and the whole of existence, is identical and the same, is One. This is the fact-finding of the freemystics of the world. At all times, every time.
This is the Self that mystics self-realize, as the ‘It’ of the Whole of What Is.
This indefinable infinity is the immanence that is also the ‘It’, which permeates each and every aspect and entity in existence.
A perennial permanence is the life and essence of it all.
Therefore, it may be said, that it is a metaphysical reality that there is nary a difference in the ‘It’ of the minutest animal and the meanest entity and between your dear mama and your favourite aunty!
Essentially, it means that the microcosm and the macrocosm are unto each other, as we all have heard said at sometime or the other. It is the only truth, and reality found at the end, in enlightenment. In self-realization.
Either modern science catches up to it, or it will wallow in its mad scientism.
Hence, the significance of our human birth lies in either ‘getting’ the Ultimate Reality of What Is or not understanding it and not getting ‘It’ in the palm of one’s hand as if. Thus by the latter act, of failing to comprehend the Ultimate Truth of Existence, the human entity remains insignificant, in its mind and make.
The un-realized human loses out on the ‘It’ of All That Is. That the Self of the Universe is also the ‘It’ of our very own self. In Essence.
We are significant in this universe to the extent that we attain Self-Realization.
Not realizing that there is just One ‘I-ness’ as the ‘It’ of All, in our own thought and mind we are rendered insignificant. But comprehending that the whole of the universe is nothing but the very reality and the perennial truth in our own essence, we are at once One with ‘It’. And as significant as the Universal Self. For, it is also the life and line of our very own existence.
In short, we are the universe - literally!
Get so from science or spiritually, but do so eventually.
Or you shall live, and die in the false knowledge that we’re an insignificant human entity. And thus, not living and dying in our true identity. Of being the ‘It’ of the Universe, and vice-versa. Of being god as though!
For, there is no ‘two’ - a bifurcation, or a truncated substratum of the Universal Self.
All’s One. Undifferentiated, indivisible, inseparable, an immanent oneness - forever unbreakable, and unshakable. Ever satiated. Unto the Self. That is All. Of Whatsoever Is. Here, or there!
Hence, eventually, we are as significant as the universe itself.
In this endeavour of seeking, and so finding the highest truth and reality, none can help you, but you yourself. Free yourself from the lower understanding - of being insignificant. Of being just a tiny, tottering human. For, you are much, much more than you think you are. Seek, and so find the Self.
And thus live a life of abundant understanding, and significance.

Oct 2, 2017

SIMPLIFIED!! - The Metaphysics of the Life Force: Of God.

The Essence Principle of Life Force, called God by most people, is One. This is realized by a rare few; though science is pointing, more or less, to this fact - that All is indeed One.

Even if it is not individually attained - not 'witnessed' as if - once it is realized in theory that "All is One", we should function from "this": All Pervading Principle of Oneness.

This "Kingdom of Heaven" - of Oneness - is "Within" our quintessence, and being. Attuning to 'IT' therein, in time, all that happens to us or around us, shall start appearing like a dream - a play 'within' One Self.

In One, there is no "other". All is a Single, Whole. "I and my Father are One", as if.

Remembering the Unity Principle, whatsoever happens, shall be 'witnessed' as a Cosmic Principle of Oneness. Waves are a natural phenomenon 'within' the ocean - there is no 'good' or 'evil' in this process. Similarly, is the case of human life, and destiny.

There is no 'good' or 'bad'. Only that happens which is meant to happen, as is the Law of Nature. Of destiny.

Accepting that whatsoever happens, does so by the dictum of Oneness, we shall be able to let go of both 'good' and 'bad' - accepting it as a natural 'happening' as per one's destiny.

In acceptance lies the Key to Knowledge of That Which Is.

One it is accepted, that Essence of Nature is One, all 'happening' and 'non-happening' ceases to bother an Enlightened One.

An 'Attained' One takes destiny in his or her stride, becoming stronger by the day. And firmer, in Unity Consciousness - that forms the Basis of What Is.