How many times have we asked these questions to ourselves. Why God, why me? Why am i the only one who has to face such shit avalanche in my life. When everyone you see is in a better situation, we … Continue reading A Soul’s Journey
This christmas was the best and damn do i feel happy about it 🙂 , though i am a hindu and celebrating or associating with christmas is not in my culture still personally i love jesus christ and his teachings of universal love. Having said that there is a whole book about him being an ET soul (Book name -: Thiouba prophecy ), his purpose of taking birth on earth was the preservation of dharma and spreading the message of universal love. Lets not venture too far though and focus on the expereince i had on this 25 December 2017. … Continue reading A Christmas gift from unearthly friends
Lord Rama, a perfect disciple, yogi, warrior, son, husband, king all in all everything. An embodiment of perfection. That’s what the Ramayana screams out to us. Maryada purshottam Shri Ram. The title accompanying his name means ‘pursho mein uttam’ i.e, Foremost amongst males. Indeed. Continue reading The ‘Thing’ with Rama
As a ‘Spiritual Researcher’ a synonymous term for a ‘Yogi’. I would not like to entitle myself with the latter as it is directly associated with the image we have of a yogi as one practicing really difficult yogic postures standing on one leg and doing all sorts of asanas, postures and things I might call ‘practically unrealisable’. Being blessed with yogic roots i always wondered as to what yoga is? In its complete entirety. IS yoga simply a group of asanas or postures. Breathing in breathing out umpteen no. of times. Does It involve only stuff which requires these steps? Does … Continue reading Interview with the Matted Hair
Lord Rama. The ascetic King. An incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Foremost amongst warriors. A brahmin who was a kshatriya as well. Ayodhya was the abode of Lord Rama, descendant of the solar dynasty. This heritage place has been a topic … Continue reading Travelogue: Visiting Ayodhya
About the non-human incarnations of Lord Vishnu on Planet Earth. Continue reading Krishna and the Sirian Connection
Let us say ET races do exist. When they land on earth. What would they be wearing ‘a tilak’? ‘a topi?’ ‘a saffa?’ ‘a cross?’ or any other religious symbol? Since going by our belief system liberation cannot happen without following a set of beliefs isn’t it? So, those ET races will not attain salvation or liberation at all !! Thus implying that GOD is so cruel, partial, unjust and unfair!! But religions teach us that GOD is benevolent, impartial, just, compassionate and expresses unconditional love. So aren’t the customs or rituals contradictory to the teachings of religion itself ??!! Continue reading I am a believer and here is my message to the atheists.
Why Krishna was chosen?
At times of universal crisis, let us say a planet going towards utter and complete destruction. Highly elevated Souls incarnate on that planet in order to save it from a great deluge. Earth being a planet . Human emotions attached to temporary things have time and again brought this planet on the verge of extinction/termination. In order to save It from complete annihilation the Universal Consciousness working through a Master itself takes embodiment.
Now comes the interesting part. Though all the masters are one with the source. Why was Krishna chosen as the one for incarnation at that point in time? Why not Haidakhandi Babaji, Sai Baba or others chose to incarnate? Krishna having diverse multiple experience of handling earthian lifetimes ascending while on it doing the job ‘James Bond’ style(leaving the ‘getting-laid-every-now-and-then’ part 😉 ) without getting attached to anything terrestrial, made him an apt choice. Continue reading Decoding Krishna