What is the battle of Kurukshetra in the Bhagavad Gita really about? The battle is ongoing, and it is about protecting family values. It is about the protection of the night, to protect the sleeping child. The sleeping child is the family's only hope to endure. Metaphysically speaking, without the night, there can be no … Continue reading What is the ongoing battle of Kurukshetra really about?
The image of four-handed Krishna or the universal form is only terrifying to behold to the ego of consciousness that relies on the senses that cannot Know Love, as two of the arms appear to be Father Brahma's, and two appear to be Lord Shiva's. Two of the One Lord's arms concentrate thoughts in the … Continue reading The interchange of four armed Krishna
Devanagari is the alphabet or ancient script that is said in the Bhagavad Gita As It Is to be "the writing used in the cities of the demigods". The writing used in the cities of the demigods to script to life a simulation of creation is the sacred geometry that sources all images. Before there … Continue reading Devanagari, sacred geometry and metaphysics of manifestation
The Son of God is Guiltless; He is but an extension of Love. What the ego makes with the Son's power and says is reality is like a movie playing on a tangible screen. Subjectively through the body's senses the Son is convinced he is at the mercy of the virtual events he watches unfolding … Continue reading Love’s Supreme Control
When one is attached to family, profession, tending house etc, the decision to walk the path to enlightenment and the surrender of those attachments is classically called Karma Yoga. Karma yoga means to do all of one's work while in "Krishna Consciousness" or in layman's terms - holding God in mind as the Supreme Controller … Continue reading Transcending the world
Giving up thoughts about the material for the spiritual and realizing just how much better the spiritual is has a drastic effect on everything. Karma seemingly speeds up - this is the last of the idea of a separate self to let go of. So, bring it on. When it goes to dust, it will … Continue reading All that is required
The material is only present for as long as is desired. Once the material resources of the day are exhausted, the material universe goes back into it's Source, or the Unmanifest, at night. In linear terms, this happens to sentient life daily, and in nonlinear terms, it is a change that routinely happens over the … Continue reading Appearance and Disappearance of the Material Contextualized
This is the "age of destruction" as the universe is close to going back to the Godhead. This era we live in is where child killers (parents who kill their children) are rampant, where all the political and religious systems are corrupt, and where the unwanted population is overwhelming the wanted - how do "spiritual … Continue reading Transcending the age of destruction