New insights to surrender

Surrender is the romance between you and Life, which results in dropping your pseudo identity.

The Sanskrit “Ishwara Pranidhanat” is translated in English as “surrender to God”, but it does not mean human being is lower and should bow down to the authority of the universe.  “Ishwara” – Brahman, Light of lights, means True Self at the same time.  You do not bow down to any authority, but to your True Self – the very YOU.

When you think Ishwara (Existence), do you feel it is too far to be able to touch it? Too vast to behold? Too difficult to understand or grasp?

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Deathless life is possible

In this article, I would like to introduce a mystical topic about dealthless life from Cosmic Archives which was channelled by Bhagavan Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam (fondly known as Swamiji).  Cosmic Archives are the mystical records of all the events, words, thoughts, and actions that have ever happened in the Cosmos. The time shaft can be rewound and fast forwarded for answers that only a living incarnation can access.

Akashic Reading is a record created in space. Whatever has happened in time, it is there as a file. When a being realizes he is beyond time and space, he will be able to decode those Akashic recordings, spell it out in the language you understand, in the frequency you can receive for your betterment, to improve the life, and reach your ultimate goal of humanity – enlightenment. 

Akashic Reading is not prediction, it is reading from the records. There is no such thing as past, present and future. Beyond space, creation and destruction happen simultaneously. In dimension of time, starts the past, present and future. But in Akashic Records, there is no past, present and future, that is why what you call as happened, happening, yet to happen are clearly already recorded.  

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The four representatives of Divine

I had an ’AHA’ moment when I came across a very old discourse delivered by my Guru in 2013 on the topic of grace!

In that discourse, Bhagawan Sri Nithyananda Paramashiva (fondly known as Swamiji) revealed that there are four representatives of God in Vedic tradition:- 1) Nature; 2) the “Avyaktha” – Unmanifested Nature which we label as “Unknown”; 3) Individual Soul and finally 4) Guru. These are the four representatives of God we encounter in the life. 

First of all, Nature is the first representative of God we face. But, if you look what human beings have done to the Nature, we are destroying the Nature at an alarming rate. Many scientists and environmentalists are seeing a rapid destruction of our natural habitat and we may not survive in the next 20 years.   

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