Is there anything called Destiny?

Is there anything called the destiny? There is only destiny and except destiny there is nothing. And you need to understand the definition of destiny. When desire meets divinity, it is called destiny. Perhaps, nobody has given you this small definition till date. And when the desire meets the devil, it is called destruction. This definition again has not been given to you by anybody till date. You can scan through all the Vedas and the Upanishads and everything that is written till date in the name of divinity.

The fake Swamis and fake Gurus always talk to you about anti-desire. They always tell you to go against desire. And in their so called Ashrams they have everything from earth to sky. This is their renunciation. And in the name of renunciation or Sanyas they are enjoying everything. And just see the stupidity of everything. They are telling you to leave everything and come to their Ashrams. And they are also telling you to abandon Sansara. And please remember that the life will remain a hell until Sansara becomes Sanyasa. Sansara means the world that we live in. It is the epicenter of all our emotions and actions. And Sanyasa or renunciation means the quality that we give to our actions and emotions. The desire dissolves into divinity when it becomes hundred percent pure. And the desire is nothing but the direction that we give to our life energy.

The scientists say that matter is energy and energy is matter. The matter and energy can neither be created nor destroyed. And the matter and energy are interconvertible. The matter has the opposite called the antimatter. And for every particle there is an antiparticle. And without this the creation is impossible. And pure energy is released when matter comes in contact with antimatter. It appears to us that they are opposite. But they are not. In fact they are complimentary to each other. They compliment and compensate with each other. The energy that is released through this process is an absolutely pure energy. It is the purest form of the energy.

The same is the story of the human evolution. The same is the story of our expanding consciousness. We all are also made of these two opposite energies. Again a caution. Just for the heck I am calling them as opposites. They are complimentary and compensatory. It is a language-barrier. It is a limitation of language. Because the language is dual. The language is not possible without duality.

In Chinese mythology the symbol used for this is Yin and Yang. In fact they can not even be separated by the word “and”. It is a language problem. They are conjoined. They are always together. And the single purest premordial energy is called “Chi”. This energy is so pure that you can not see it. And through creation it manifests into its opposites. The creation is possible only through the manifestation of this energy in the form of Yin and Yang. Yin is a feminine energy, and Yang is a musculine energy. This is the symbology that is used in Chinese Mythology.

In the Hindu Mythology the symbol used is Shiva and Shakti. And the union of these two energies is called the formless Ekalinga. And this purest energy, Ekalinga, manifests into its opposites or complementaries called the Shiva and Shakti. Shiva is masculine energy, and Shakti is a feminine energy. Ekalinga is a meeting and melting of these two energies. The whole creation is an interplay of these two energies. It is a meeting and melting point of two emotions. It is a meeting and melting point of two thoughts. It is a meeting and melting point of two minds.

When these two energies fight, destruction happens. And when these two energies reciprocate, creation happens. These two energies are reciprocal to each other. These two energies can either become friends or enemies. When they become enemies, destruction happens. And when they become friends, creation happens.

And in the same way, the East and the West are the metaphoric divisions of the mother earth. The West thinks that there is nothing beyond matter. And the East has always been saying that there is a spirit within the matter. The matter and the spirit are conjoined in such a way that their division and separation is impossible. The body and the soul are conjoined in such a way that their separation is impossible. The harware and the software are conjoined in such a way that their separation is impossible. When the West meets the East, there is a scope for infinite creation. And when the West fights with the East, there is a scope for enormous destruction.

What are these inner divisions when it comes to the growth of a human being? Where are these inner divisions when it comes to the evolution of a human being? These inner and psychological divisions are that of the “Conscious Mind” and the “Unconscious Mind”. When the conscious mind fights with the unconscious mind, there is bound to be conflict, anxiety, and destruction. And when the conscious mind is used to understand the unconscious mind, there is bound to be clarity, creativity, and bliss. These two are not two different minds. These two are not two different compartments. These two are not straightjacket and tight-water compartments. They are just two aspects of the total mind. They are just two polarities of the total mind. The total mind has always been pure. The total mind can never be impure. And all the actions that emanate from the total mind are bound to be pure and divine.

The ancient sages of the Upanishads have used the Ashrams as a method to transform the mind. They have used the Ashrams to relax our minds. In the Sansara we have always been told to use our conscious minds. And as a consequence a major part called the unconscious mind is suprressed. And over a period of time this suppression creates stress and anxiety in life. And this brings monotony and boredom into life. And hence the Ashrams have been used to break this boredom. The literal meaning of Ashram is non-doing. It is a Sanskrit word. There are three words: Shram, Ashram, and Vishram. Shram means doing. Ashram means non-doing. Shram means winding. Ashram means unwinding. Shram means action. Ashram means non-action. And Vishram means going beyond both. The literal meaning of Vishram is relaxation. And relaxation is an existential thing. You can not do relaxation. And you can not undo relaxation either. Relaxation happens. You can be in relaxation. This is part of the divine. This is our destiny. Vishram means a happening. It is neither a doing nor a non-doing. And all this is possible only when we understand both the perspectives and transcend them. This is how the desire moves in all phases and facets of life. Dhyana or Meditation is an art of transforming this desire into divinity. And this is our destiny. This is our destination.

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What is God? Is God a Concept?

Please don’t contaminate their innocent minds. If that one energy is God then why the word God? Why not only energy? And then what about matter? Is matter not an energy? Then is matter the God? And what about dark matter and dark energy?

You are telling them that everything has come from space. Please also tell from where the space has come? You are telling them all coloured lights have come from the white light. And from where the white light has come? What is the meaning of a white light without a black background? Please also note that that there are some light frequencies which are not visible to the human eye. Is this the reason that you are wearing white clothes? You must be thinking that white means sacred and black means non-sacred. You must be thinking that white colour means purity and black colour means impurity. Please don’t discriminate like this otherwise the people who are following the Ayyappa Swamy may get hurt because most of the time they are wearing black clothes.

On the path of Ayyappa Swamy the people are using black clothes for a particular period. And in this period they are going through some austerities and hardships in life. The black clothes are only a metaphor for hardships and austerities. Just like on the path of Sannyas or renunciation the saffron clothes are a metaphor for the sacrifice.

The colours are just metaphors for various emotions of life. And one has to pass through all these emotions to arrive at the truth or reality. And every master uses a different colour. The colour is just a metaphor for the flowering consciousness. In the beginning of spirituality we are like a seed. And in the end of spirituality we have to be like the flowers. The colour is nothing but a metaphor for the flowering state. The seed state is a state of potentiality. And the state of flowering is a state of self-actualization. This is the journey.

Just see, you have killed their innocence and curiosity. This is the problem with the elders. The moment they learn something, they want to impart that learning vehemently on others. This is a trespass. This is a crime on the innocent minds.

Once Newton thought that the space is like an absolute thing. And this idea stayed there for more than 150 years until Albert Einstein came and destroyed that idea. And Newton died with this wrong notion that the space is an absolute thing.

I think you have no idea about the space. The space is not possible without an object. If there is no object there is no space. If the object is not moving in the space then there is no time too. Albert Einstein has proved to the world that space and time are relative. They are not two different things.

On a very higher plane the thoughts are also objects. When they are moving in the sapce of the mind they create an illusion of time. When thoughts arise in the mind they create their own mind space. The human being becomes a space-time object. There is no God as a person. When you transcend this space-time object you experience the divinity. The divinity is beyond space and time.

Apart from the white light and other coloured lights, there are some lights which are not visible to our outer eyes. And what about the inner light the mystics are talking about? Do you think it has a colour? Do you think it has a flavour? The inner light is visible only to an inner eye.

What is the colour of water? What is the flavour of water? What is the taste of water? It is colourless, flavourless, and tasteless. And yet we can’t live without water.

Please don’t stop their inquiry by giving them your own dogmas and concepts. Please don’t stop their curiosity. Please don’t stop their exploration. Please tell them how to look and where to look. But please don’t tell them what to look. You are telling them in advance that the God is a concept. You are defining them the God. Now they will live according to your definition of God. They may not try to know on their own.

Let them explore. Let them adventure. Let them know on their own. Let them think and ponder. Please don’t give them your ready-made answers. You have killed their curiousity and innocence. You have programmed and corrupted their innocent minds. Please don’t do that.

Let the God remain undefined. Let the God remain unknown. The moment you define, God loses its meaning. God can be experienced but God can not be expressed. Every expression only becomes a part of God. Every expression only becomes a sub-set of God. God is in everything and everyone. God means everything and God means nothing too. God is in everybody and nobody. Can you please tell me from where God starts and where it ends? The territory of God is beginningless and endless. It is Anadi and Ananta.