- Readers Remarks: worshiping Brahma Baba
- Question: Brother, many many thanks for your immense patience and sharing your understanding. Since, I am extremely new to this knowledge and I am attempting to understand it. Apologies for the redundancy in my question. Purely selfish reasons for my own clarity I ask once again. Thanks to this gyan and your explanation, I now understand that the souls sanskaars determine its role, and collectively the roles form this eternal drama. The souls are eternal and unique. However my ego nags me to understand how the soul capacity gets determined, there would have to be a first any churnings on it? but then logic drags me to your wonderful explanation of the chicken and egg situation and the beginning of time. I hope my understanding is in the right direction. So we are in this viscious circle never to come out of it :). Many wouldn’t realise this and for those who would, it wouldn’t matter as they would eventualy find liberation in life numberwise. There is nothing like being better or doing something great to attain so called salvation as that can be obtained in doing any role. So there is nothing much we do but yet there is effort, and if we are to experience this reality it shall happen when it has to and we just flow with life embracing all its experiences with awareness if we feel like. Thanking you in advance for your patience.
- Question: Dear brother, The following points from your article is great. In my experience there is no easy escape and also the fake game will not work either. One question though, sometime we get tired as to how much longer we have to wait before we see the day light, as the suffering, and sorrow is too painful, should we keep moving along? “The knowledge of duality has the answer. Night changes into day automatically once night time reaches its limit; in other words; by being totally aware, without escape, by feeling that sorrow, that anxiety, that anguish, which is that “hell” in us; that is by being conscious on those things, then they will go away just like night time changes into day light. That is part of observing the self. That is the “work.”
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