The Apocalypse entails revelation of mysteries beyond ordinary range of human knowledge
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Violet"
> Dear Jagbir,
> Contrary to common perception, the Greek word "apocalypse" simply
> means "to reveal" and the "Time of Revealing" is upon us now.
> (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apocalypse) The evidence given by
> Shri Lalita Devi through Her instruments Arwinder, Kash, and
> Lalita is revealing a knowledge about the Spirit and the Spirit
> World that has previously been hidden.
i must thank you for asking important questions while clarifying certain topics in the process for example "Apocalypse". Indeed many people believe it to be related to the end of the world or Doomsday. But that is not the case. "Apocalypse" is the right word to epitomize the advent of Shri Mataji and Her Divine Message.
Apocalypse (Greek: APOKALYPSIS, literally: the lifting of the veil), is a term applied to the disclosure to certain privileged persons of something hidden from the mass of humankind. The Greek root corresponds in the Septuagint to the Hebrew galah , to reveal. The last book of the New Testament bears in Greek title, and is frequently referred to as the Apocalypse of John, but in the English Bible it appears as the Revelation of St John the Divine, or the Book of Revelation. Earlier among the hellenistic Jews, the term was used of a number of writings which depicted in a prophetic and parabolic way, the end or future state of the world (e.g. Apocalypse of Baruch), the whole class is now commonly known as 'Apocalyptic literature'. However, the Apocalypse technically refers to the unveiling of God, in his guise as the Messiah, and not to all of the destruction of the world which will accompany God's Revelation of Himself to Humankind.
An Apocalypse in the terminology of early Jewish and Christian literature, is a revelation of hidden things given by God to a chosen prophet; this term is more often used to describe the written account of such a revelation. Apocalyptic literature is of considerable importance in the history of the Judeo-Christian- Islamic tradition, as beliefs such as the resurrection of the dead, judgment day, heaven and hell are all made explicit in it. Apocalyptic beliefs predate Christianity, appear in other religions, and have merged into contemporary secular society, especially through popular culture. Apocalypse-like beliefs also occur in other religious systems; an example is the Hindu concept of pralay....
Revelation of mysteries
The Apocalypse entails a revelation of mysteries, things which lie beyond the ordinary range of human knowledge. God gives to prophets or saints instruction in regard to hidden matters, whether things altogether foreign to human experience, or events in human history which have not yet come to pass, or both.
Some of the secrets of heaven are disclosed, in greater or less detail: the purposes of God's plan for humanity; the deeds and characteristics of angels and evil spirits; the explanation of natural phenomena; the story of Creation and the history of early mankind; impending events, especially those connected with the future of Israel; the end of the world; the final judgment, and the fate of mankind; the messianic age. In the Book of Enoch, the most comprehensive Jewish apocalypse, the revelation includes all of these various elements....
Angels bear Revelation
The introduction of Angels as the bearers of the revelation is a standing feature. God does not speak in person, but gives His instruction through the medium of heavenly messengers, who act as the seer's guide."
> Therefore, i have a few questions and comments also Jagbir that i
> would like to make. i know Jagbir that you have said that
> this "evidence given" is to confirm the veracity of Shri Mataji's
> incarnation. However, the evidence seems to be mainly knowledge of
> the Spirit and the Spirit world. How is knowledge of the Spirit
> and the Spirit World also evidence that confirms Shri Mataji's
> incarnation? Just for everyone's understanding... how are the two
It must be understood that 20% of Her revelations have not been told yet, evidence that will only reinforce the already unshakeable foundation. Having said that we must take the present 80% in its entirety Spirit World, Sahasrara, Kundalini, Self-realization, Last Judgment, Al-Qiyamah, Lalita Devi, Adi Shakti, Holy Spirit, Comforter, Messiah, Ruh, Mahdi, Aykaa Mayee, deities, eschatology, the Kingdom of God (Christianity), Sahasrara Chakra (Hinduism), Dsam Dwar (Sikhism), 1000 Petal Lotus (Buddhism), Kether (Judaism) or Regions in their Souls (Islam) etc. to understand the complex depth of spiritual knowledge and esoteric truths that Shri Mataji has given humanity. In other words the eternal, spiritual Adi Shakti within works in tandem with Her temporary, physical incarnation Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi without to bring forth this Divine Knowledge. This is absolutely essential for the synthesis of all religions resulting in a revolutionary, evolutionary collective enlightenment that will last as long as this Earth exists.
Shri Jesus promised to send the Comforter who will abide in humans forever. The Comforter has been identified as Shri Mataji, the incarnation of the Divine Feminine within. After Shri Mataji attains Mahasamadhi the Devi within will continue to abide in the Sahasraras of humans. (The present withdrawal of an aging Shri Mataji is a prelude to that eventuality. Those already meditating on the Comforter within will be far better prepared to withstand the Mahasamashi of the Devi's incarnation.)
But perhaps it is Her Divine Message that says it all. This Divine Message to humanity is the heart and soul of every religion, Holy Scripture and messenger. It embraces all and excludes none, a collective and harmonious triumph unlike anything humanity have known or experienced or were taught in organized religions. It is an eschatological message of divine intervention, renewed faith, boundless hope, great joy, and a long-awaited fulfillment by God Almighty as pledged over millennia to all humankind the promised Age of the Last Judgment and Resurrect to evolve from the temporary physical body to the eternal spiritual self and everlasting life. Such an unprecedented undertaking to enlighten humanity is only possible through hundreds of talks spread over the decades. It requires the Divine to come in human form.
All topics of the Divine Message, including the Spirit World, are in one way or another related to each other. Thus this evidence collectively confirms the relationship between Shri Lalita and Her incarnation Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi.
> Also i am sure one of the things that can be a bit hard for most
> to understand is that we > have "Shri Lalita Devi" who is
> revealing this knowledge, but we also have "Shri Mataji > Nirmala
> Devi". Could you please explain the meaning/difference between the
> two names... the two identities? (i know you have given this
> information in elaborate quotes, etc. however in my opinion
> nothing can beat the explanation that you, yourself
> can give us in your own words.)
Shri Lalita Devi is the Divine Feminine. The Adi Shakti (Hinduism), Comforter/Holy Spirit (Christianity), Shekinah (Judaism), Ma Adi/Ruh (Islam), Mai Treya (Buddhism), Great Mother (Taoism) and Aykaa Mayee (Sikhism) are the one and same primordial Divine Feminine.
Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi is the incarnation of the Divine Feminine Shri Lalita Devi.
Shri Lalita has given evidence of the Spirit World, Sahasrara, Kundalini, Self-realization, Last Judgment, Al-Qiyamah, Lalita Devi, Adi Shakti, Holy Spirit, Comforter, Messiah, Ruh, Mahdi, Aykaa Mayee, deities, the Kingdom of God (Christianity), Sahasrara Chakra (Hinduism), Dsam Dwar (Sikhism), 1000 Petal Lotus (Buddhism), Kether (Judaism) or Regions in their Souls (Islam) in the spiritual Sahasrara.
Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi has given lectures of the same topics on the physical Earth.
There is one revelation by Shri Lalita Devi that i think will best "explain the meaning/difference between the two names... the two identities". i will quote from the original notes of the late 1990s. Please note that it is always possible to cross-examine these notes to confirm they are from the book presented to Shri Mataji:
THE CASE OF THE DOUBLE TALK
Once the family was listening to an audio tape of Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi. A few minutes later, while the tape was still going on, Kash decided to meditate.
The divine energy of Shri Jagatmata (Universal Mother) engulfed his body, took him through the Dsam Duar (Tenth Gate), and connected him to the All Pervading Consciousness. The Eternal Light shone ever so brilliantly from above the Golden Throne of the Ruh of Allah as She sat in Bliss and Joy.
When Kash approached the Great Primordial Guru he realized that She was giving a continuous recitation. He bowed down and looked up at Her. She still continued talking without interruption, something that She had never done before. Normally She would extend greetings, have a short talk, or ask him to meditate. But this time She was just continued talking without even pausing to acknowledge him! This was definitely very strange, a definite break in the protocol so strictly observed in all his spiritual journeys. And to add to the bafflement he found out that Her speech was not even addressed to him, and there was no one else around. It was just the Great Adi Shakti sitting on the Eternal Throne and he squatting before Her, and the endless expanse of clouds illuminated by the Light above.
He then realized that the Shri Vagvadini Shri Nirmala Devi was uttering, word for word, the speech on the tape his parents were listening at his home on Earth!
Kash, surmising that Shri Mataji would keep on speaking, started meditating on his own and listened as Shri Sirahsthita Shri Nirmala Devi in his Sahasrara continued talking every single word spoken by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi on Earth. The spiritual Holy Spirit Shri Chandah-Sara Shri Nirmala Devi in the Temple of the Spirit within and the physical Holy Spirit Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi without were both speaking simultaneously in both worlds. So perfect and flawless was the synchronization that he could not even detect the slightest overlap. It was as if only One Mouth was speaking.
Even after he had finished meditation the Great Adi Shakti continued talking. Kash then closed his spiritual eyes, bowed down to Her and descended from the Supreme Sanctuary of the Sahasrara to this frenzied world of stock markets and currency traders.
O! Seekers of Reality! Meditate on this Truth and transcend the limitations of this mundane mind!
O! Seekers of Eternity! Examine this Revelation and begin your quest for spiritual immortality!
O! Seekers of Truth! Penetrate this Reality and destroy all doubts that She is the Great Adi Shakti!
Note: This incident reinforces the earlier Revelation where the Great Adi Shakti acknowledged during Guru Puja at Camp Interval, Quebec, Canada on July 23, 1994, that Her original name is Shri Lalita Devi is the reason why the 1000 names of Shri Lalita Sahasranama are attributed to Shri Adhiparasakthi Shri Nirmala Devi. It is absolutely doubtless that the Shri Mataji Lalita Devi in Kash's Sahasrara is the Reality behind Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi on Earth. This state of doubtless awareness has to be understood and sustained. One day the physical Adi Shakti will have to leave Earth. It is time to turn our attention from Her temporary external human form to that of Her eternal internal Divine Reality. Time and Truth will lead all seekers of the Spirit to this irreversible, ever- expanding Collective Consciousness.
Vagvadini (350th): The power behind speech (Yadvacho Ha Va cham Kena Up. 1-2). The speech behind speech or one who knows the speech.
Sirahsthita: She dwells inside the head near Brahmarandhra as the seat of the Lotus Feet of Guru. (591)
Chandah-Sara: `Chandas' is rhythm in speech. She is the Essence of such a rhythm or the Power behind it. (844)
> Then we have the word "mystical". i realise it is the word we use
> when we talk about 'mystical knowledge'. However, at the same time
> i don't think that this word does any favours... because i have
> frequently seen and heard people 'turn off' at the very mention
> of the word 'mystical'. It is obvious that there is a strong
> conditioning against the word itself... let alone the knowledge
> that is spoken of as being mystical.
Mystical experiences tend to be experiences felt or experienced beyond the realms of ordinary consciousness. Occasionally they are referred to as states of altered consciousness. Such states may involve ineffable awareness of time, space, and physical reality. Mystical experiences often defy physical description, and can best be only hinted at.
Such experiences are universal and share common characteristics, despite the culture or religion in which they occur. They are invariably spiritual, yet they may not be religious; that is, they are not limited to monks or priests. However, all personal religious experiences are rooted in mystical states of consciousness, and all mystical experiences are part of religions.
Although mystical experiences are common in occurrence, they occur unbidden to a person perhaps once or twice in a lifetime, if at all. According to a survey in 1987 conducted by the National Opinion Research Center in Chicago, 43 percent of adult Americans said they had some type of mystical experience. In British polls published in 1978 and 1979 in the Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 56 percent of churchgoers claimed they had such an experience. Those within this group who had more experiences were older; better educated, and attended church more.
William James, psychologist and philosopher, identified four general characteristics of mystical experiences:
1. Ineffability, Mystical states are more like states of feeling than intellect, subtle shaded with fine nuances that are difficult to convey in their import and grandeur to another. Consequently, much mystical literature is filled with paradoxes and symbolism.
2. Noetic quality, Mystical experiences are states of knowledge, insight, awareness, revelation, and illumination beyond the grasp of the intellect. There is awareness of unity with the Absolute, of immortality of the soul, of great truths. Time and space are transcended.
3. Transiency, mystical experiences are fleeting in linear time, though they seem to be eternal. Most last a few seconds, some perhaps up to ten minutes. It is rare to sustain a mystical state for more than a half-hour, or perhaps one to two hours at best. Eastern adepts are able to sustain prolonged periods of samadhi, a mystical state of one-pointed concentration; and some reportedly are able to sustain the highest states of nirvana (satori in Zen) and even the rarely attained nirodh.
4. Passivity, The individual feels swept up and held by a superior power. This may be accompanied by a sensation of separation from bodily consciousness (similar to an out-of-body experience [OBE]), trance, or such phenomena as automatisms, mediumistic trance, healing powers, visions, and voices. Such phenomena are regarded in Eastern thought as states of pseudo-enlightenment, partway up to the real thing, but not quite there.
According to James and others mystical experiences vary in intensity. In their simplest form they appear to the individual as a sudden burst of intelligence or insight; similar to the way the significance of a maximum or formula becomes clear, to a person, which causes him to express an aha! James also classed deja vu as a simple mystical experience. Other insights have increased meaning such as the bursts of truths that are accompanied by dreamy states and reveries, and then there is the maximum state when the individual experiences the ecstasy of being in union with the Absolute, or God."
Kash, Arwinder and Lalita claim that this Reality is "more real'
than living on Earth i.e., being a human. If this is the case then
their spiritual experiences cannot be depreciated and
Thus the mystical experience is an inferior spiritual experience as
compared to meeting Shri Lalita Devi in the Sahasrara. Probably this
is the first time ever anyone have been able to visit the Divine
Mother within their Sahasraras, a Reality that exceeds the common
mystical experiences. So it is indeed the truth when Shri Mataji
claims that the Sahasrara Chakra was opened by Her at Bordi, India
in the early hours of May 5, 1970 when She meditated with Her feet
immersed in the Indian Ocean. Prior to this no human has been able
to meet the Devi in their Sahasraras. Perhaps this is the reason the
children have been labeled "demonic", "possessed by evil spirits"
> So... what is called the "mystical" is in fact the "Reality" and i
> have to say that there is actually nothing mystical (or misty)
> about it. It has just been made mystical or misty by the perennial
> priesthood of religious regimes who do not really want people to
> know the Reality of their Spirit and the Spiritual World from
> which the have come!
"The definitions of mystical experience used by researchers and clinicians vary considerably, ranging from Neumann's (1964) "upheaval of the total personality" to Greeley's (1974) "spiritual force that seems to lift you out of yourself" to Scharfstein's (1973) "everyday mysticism." A definition of mystical experience both congruent with the major theoretical literature and clinically applicable is as follows: the mystical experience is a transient, extraordinary experience marked by feelings of unity, harmonious relationship to the divine and everything in existence, as well as euphoria, sense of noesis (access to the hidden spiritual dimension), loss of ego functioning, alterations in time and space perception, and the sense of lacking control over the event (Allman, De La Roche, Elkins & Weathers, 1992; Hood, 1974; Lukoff & Lu, 1988).
Numerous surveys assessing the incidence of mystical experience (Allman et al., 1992; Back & Bourque, 1970; Gallup, 1987; Hood, 1974; Spilka, Hood & Gorsuch, 1985; Thomas & Cooper, 1980) indicate that 30-40% of the population have had mystical experiences, suggesting that they are normal rather than pathological phenomena. While mystical experiences are associated with lower scores on psychopathology scales and higher psychological well-being than controls (Greeley, 1974), case studies document instances where mystical experiences are disruptive and distressing. This is one type of spiritual problem that psychologists see regularly. In a survey, psychologists reported that 4.5% of their clients over the past 12 months brought a mystical experience into therapy (Allman et al., 1992)."
Violet, if 30-40% of the population have had mystical experiences then the religious regimes have reason to be skeptical. If fact in Sahaja Yoga there have been a few cases where SYs have used mystical experiences to claim themselves to be incarnations of Saint Joseph (Simon M. Dicon), Shri Rama (Simon M. Dicon), Shri Kalki (Ishmael), to name a few. "Mystical experiences" have been abused by people to gain power, fame and recognition. The same goes for the false gurus, divine mothers and bhagwans who cite a mystical experience or two to attract followers.
> Now... it is being revealed that the Divine Within is actually our
> Higher Self... "that Brahman is our Higher Self!" That is a
> stupendous Truth that subjectively i know, but objectively i need
> time to come to terms with. Maybe, coming to terms with that,
> Jagbir, "is" the path to "God-Realisation"... would you say that
> is correct? It is to realise even objectively in our conscious
> everyday lives that our Higher Self, our "Spirit is
Yes! Tat Tvam Asi - Thou art that Violet!
Prajnanam Brahma - Consciousness is Brahman
(Aitareya Upanishad 3.3, of Rg Veda)
Ayam Atma Brahma - This Self is Brahman
(Mandukya Upanishad 1.2, of Atharva Veda)
Tat Tvam Asi - Thou art that
(Chandogya Upanishad 6.8.7, of Sama Veda, Kaivalya Upanishad)
Aham Brahmasmi - I am Brahman
(Brhadaranyaka Upanishad 1.4.10, of Yajur Veda, Mahanarayana Upanishad)
> So... (not that i would necessarily shock someone by saying it out
> of the blue, etc.) but ... in reality... i could actually say to
> someone that "Your Spirit "is" Brahman" and i would not be wrong.
> Is that correct, Jagbir? (i realise the implications are that the
> person must realise themselves first that they are the Spirit...
> before they can ever realise that their Spirit... in turn... "is
Yes, your spirit is part of Brahman. You have to first realize that you are the eternal spirit before trying to realize that you are also Brahman. As Shri Mataji has said, first is Self-realization and then God-realization. First realize the Self as Shri Lalita before realizing Her as Brahman. If you realize your Self as the Devi then you will eventually realize yourself as Brahman too.
> It is not that a person can go around saying "I am God" as some
> people do today (in their ego) which is quite funny when said from
> ego, if you know what i mean. At best, we are all Sparks of God,
> which is a "Bit of God". Only God Almighty Himself contains all
> the Sparks. Nobody but God Almighty Himself can ever be God
> Almighty Himself. That will always remain so... is what i
When you realize "Tat Tvam Asi - Thou Art That" you will never claim to be Brahman, just like a single spark cannot claim to be a forest fire. Those humans realizing themselves to be Brahman can never exhibit so. It is only in the Spirit World where you will experience what "Tat Tvam Asi - Thou Art That" really means. Arwinder gave us a glimpse of this Reality when he narrated what it is to be the spirit.
> It is interesting to me that Shri Jesus also told similarly,
> although very few understood and thought He too was being
> blasphemous. Please bear with me while i quote from Scriptures
> because this is very pertinent to the subject:
> Jesus said:
> "I and the Father are one". (The Jews took up stones again to
> stone Him.) Jesus answered them, "I showed you many good works
> from the Father; for which of them are you stoning Me?" (The Jews
> answered Him, "For a good work we do not stone You, but for
> blasphemy; and because You, being a man, make Yourself out to be
> Jesus answered them, "Has it not been written in your Law, 'I SAID
> YOU ARE GODS'? If he called them gods, to whom the word of God
> came (and the Scripture cannot be broken), do you say of Him, whom
> the Father sanctified and sent into the world, 'You are
> blaspheming,' because I said, 'I am the Son of God'?
> If I do not do the works of My Father, do not believe Me; but if I
> do them, though you do not believe Me, believe the works, that you
> may know and understand that the Father is in Me, and I in the
> Father." (Therefore they were seeking again to seize Him, and He
> eluded their grasp.) (John 10:30-39) (END QUOTE)
> It seems that Shri Jesus also must have known the Vedic Truths...
> the Upanishadic Truths of the East... for Him to basically
> say: "You are Gods". Yet... this teaching is not taught. And Jesus
> got crucified in the end for saying so. The Pharisees considered
> it very blasphemous to say so. That is why i have said before too,
> that it is the religious regime that have always kept this truth
> away from the masses. At least, now you have explained in detail
> Jagbir, how this is possible. Even in the Bible... in Jesus's
> Words, it is not clear how this is possible.
Violet, it is without question that Shri Jesus knew the Vedic Truths... the Upanishadic Truths of the East... for Him to basically say: "You are Gods". Shri Jesus fearlessly spoke the Truth at all times. He clearly claimed that all humans are gods - "Tat Tvam Asi: Thou Art That" and Aham Brahmasmi: I am Brahman" - and paid the ultimate price for uttering such a deep, secret Truth to the ignorant priesthood. This is the very Truth that will today set you free to attain the eternal afterlife (moksa) as it agrees with the holy scriptures of every religious tradition.
TRUTH: THE HIGHEST PRINCIPLE
by Paul Hourihan
We hear much of this from Christ, Buddha, the Hindu texts from all philosophers.
Christ's words to Pilate: "I have come to bear witness to the Truth." Buddha: "Truth is Life."
Upanishads (main Vedantic scriptures): Constant emphasis on the Truth.
As though there really is one saving, eternal, universal Truth of being that will enlighten and free us forever!
You shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free
Buddha believed it. Vedanta believes it.
Let's analyze this saying:
Knowledge of the truth will make us free. Obviously we are not free now. That means we do not have knowledge of the Truth. What do we have? Knowledge of untruth. It is untruth that is the foundation of our lives. And in that untruth is our bondage, our lack of freedom. For surely we are not free, we are in bondage to so many things. This is assumed by Christ, by St. Paul, by Buddha, by all the scriptures of India.
Therefore it behooves us to find our way out of this bondage of untruth by knowing the truth. Realization of the truth, says Christ, will make us free.
Which means that the state we are in now is an illusion, a false state. We conclude that because if we can move from one state producing bondage to another which produces freedom, then obviously it is ignorance of the truth that constitutes our bondage. Ignorance of what we are, of what the truth is, constitutes our lack of freedom.
Hence our lack of freedom, is not only false, but also illusory, like a dream. Truly like a dream! In a dream we are in bondage, feel we are, feel the fears, the terrors, the compulsions. . . . It is upon waking that we know the truth and it is the knowledge alone that frees us. We do not have to go anywhere. We merely turn from ignorance, which is the dream-consciousness, to knowledge of our condition, which is the consciousness of truth, to come into the true state, our true state.
So our present bondage is dream-like. Is merely false. Our sins, weaknesses, bondage, fears, limitations, and all the rest are merely false, based on ignorance say the Upanishads, the Vedantic scriptures.
Ignorance is the original sin, they say. Remove the ignorance and the sun of knowledge shines forth on a condition that was always thereas our true freedom from dream-fears was always there during our dream-bondage. We have merely to wake up to know the truth. So here, we have merely to awaken to know the truth, to wake from our ignorance. Our sins, then, are merely the result of ignorance. When we are no longer ignorant, when we know the truth, we shall no longer sin no longer hate, lust, rage, grasp, fight, and all the rest. Those things being the result merely of not knowing what and who we are!
You shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free! I come to bear witness to the Truth, Christ told Pilate.
It is the truth that saves not a man. Christ doesn't say: I will make you free. That, if it were possible, would enthrone him above the Truth, which is above all men. You shall know the truththat will make you free. Truth being God in another mode. He came to bear witness to the highest principle namely, the Truth.
TRUTH IS LIFE, says Buddha. That is, spiritual life, divine life, immortal life.
TRUTH: THE HIGHEST PRINCIPLE
by Paul Hourihan
"And here it will be fitting to introduce the sages' defination of the term truth. It has been earlier demonstrated that without such a defination men wander in a dry wilderness of hollow fancies, unfounded opinions, worthless theories and hypostatized words. This defination may sound quite simple, but it implications are most profound. It should be graven deeply on the heart. Here it is: TRUTH is that which is beyond all contradiction and free from all doubt; which is indeed beyond the very possibility of both contradiction and doubt; beyond the changes and alternations of time and vicissitude; forever one and the same, unalterable and unaltering; universal and therefore independent of all human ideation."
Paul Brunton, Ph.D., The Hidden Teaching Beyond Yoga
> Even Shri Mataji (on Earth) did not come right out and say it as
> clearly as Shri Lalita Devi has revealed it through your children,
> Jagbir. Do you think Shri Mataji knew that people would not know
> what to do with such a truth perhaps?
Absolutely Violet! Not only Shri Mataji knew that people would not know what to do with such a truth but will not even sufficiently comprehend it in the first place.
The scriptures give scant knowledge of the Sahasrara, most of which is in parables. Christians understand the Kingdom of God even less than what Hindus know of Sahasrara. The same goes for other traditions, with Muslims at the bottom rung.
Of more importance is that such a revealed truth must be experienced in intimate detail over time. The existence and revelations of the Devi in the Sahasraras must be observed, cross-examined against the scriptures, questioned, doubted, re-verified, understood in depth and organized before it can be given to those seeking the Divine. This is necessary as the sheer magnitude, profound impact and pervading universality of the Devi's Divine Message, unless presented as a completed whole of a massive and complex spiritual puzzle, may result in adverse reactions from those conditioned by centuries of scriptural half-truths, misinformation and distortion. Given the strenuous, sustained and extremely successful efforts of various religious institutions over the millennia to divide and differ over every issue imaginable, it is not an easy task.
Thus it takes years to present Her Divine Message in all its entirety. Years of observing, questioning and cross-examining Kash, Arwinder and Lalita has given me the strength and faith to state the Truth openly, no matter how controversial. Since 1-1-2000 not even a single guardian of the religious regimes their tens of thousands of priests, pastors, reverends, bishops, popes, rabbis, clerics, imams, mullahs, shaikhs, ulema, ayatollahs, gurus, swamis, pandits, brahmins, acaryas, bhagwans, granthis, gianis, lamas, monks, dalai lamas have challenged to rebut and prove it false.
> Do you know what such a truth does? It makes me realise how
> responsible i am. i cannot blame anything on to anybody... not
> that i would want to anyway, but what i am saying is that if i
> realise that my Spirit (I) Am Brahman... this gives me the power
> to be victorious spiritually. Nothing can defeat me if 'i am
> Brahman'. If people realise they are Brahman' they can put no
> blame on anyone but themselves for anything in their lives. They
> must know that they are part and parcel of the Highest Power. This
> is a stupendous fact that will revolutionise the world as we know
> it. This is a fact that has been kept from human beings by the
> priesthood who wanted to subjugate them. This is a knowledge that
> is going to change the world as we know it.
The Truth of "Tat Twam Asi Thou Art That" and "Aham Brahmasmi - I am Brahman" will set humans free forever and the sun will set on the evening religious empires that are already crumbling into sand. But "Tat Twam Asi Thou Art That" and "Aham Brahmasmi - I am Brahman" is difficult to realize. It will take years, most probably decades of dedication and introspection of the highest Truth for humans to realize it.
"Devotion to this Truth is the sole justification for our existence. All our activities should be centered in Truth. Truth should be the very breath of our life.
When once this stage in the pilgrim's progress is reached, all other rules of correct living will come without effort, and obedience to them will be instinctive. But without Truth it is impossible to observe any principles or rules in life.
Generally speaking observation of the law of Truth is understood merely to mean that we must speak the Truth. But we in the Ashram should understand the word Satya or Truth in a much wider sense. There should be truth in thought, truth in speech, and truth in action. To the man who has realized this truth in its fullness, nothing else remains to be known , because all knowledge is necessary included in it. What is not included in it is not truth, and so not true knowledge; and there can be no inward peace without true knowledge. If we once learn how to apply this never failing test of Truth, we will at once able to find out what is worth doing, what is worth seeing, what is worth reading.
But how is one to to realize this Truth, which may be likened to the philosophers stone or the cow of plenty? By single minded devotion (abhyasa ) and indifference to all other interests in life (vairagya) replies the Bhagavadgita. In spite, however of such devotion, what may appear as Truth to one person will often appear as untruth to another person. But that need not worry the seeker. where there is honest effort, it will be realized that what appear to be different truths are like the countless and apparently different leaves of the same tree. Does not God himself appear to different individuals in different aspects? Yet we know that He is one. But Truth is the right designation of God. Hence there is nothing wrong in every man following Truth according to his lights. Indeed it is his duty to do so. Then if there is a mistake on the part of any one so following Truth it will be automatically set right. For the quest of Truth involves tapas self suffering, sometimes even unto death. There can be no place in it even a trace of self interest. In such selfless search for Truth nobody can lose his bearings for long. Directly he takes to the wrong path he stumbles, and is thus redirected to the right path. Therefore the pursuit of Truth is true bhakti (devotion). It is the path that leads to God. There is no place in it for cowardice, no place for defeat. It is the talisman by which death itself becomes the portal to life eternal.
In this connection it will be well to ponder over the lives and examples of Harishchandra, Prahlad, Ramchandra, Imam Hussain, the Christians saints, etc. How beautiful it would be if all of us, young and old, men and women devoted ourselves wholly to Truth in all that we might do in our walking hours, whether working, eating, drinking, or playing till dissolution of the body makes us one with Truth? God as Truth has been for me a treasure beyond price; may He be so to every one of us.
Truth (Meaning of Truth)
By M. K. Gandhi
Source: The Mind of Mahatma Gandhi
"Truth is a pathless land'. Man cannot come to it through any organization, through any creed, through any dogma, priest or ritual, not through any philosophic knowledge or psychological technique. He has to find it through the mirror of relationship, through the understanding of the contents of his own mind, through observation and not through intellectual analysis or introspective dissection. Man has built in himself images as a fence of security - religious, political, personal. These manifest as symbols, ideas, and beliefs. The burden of these images dominates man's thinking, his relationships and his daily life. These images are the causes of our problems for they divide man from man. His perception of life is shaped by the concepts already established in his mind. The content of his consciousness is his entire existence. This content is common to all humanity. The individuality is the name, the form and superficial culture he acquires from tradition and environment. The uniqueness of man does not lie in the superficial but in complete freedom from the content of his consciousness, which is common to all mankind. So he is not an individual."
Violet, the truth of Aham Brahma Asmi (I am Brahman) and Tat Twam Asi (That Thou Art) is indeed "a stupendous fact that will revolutionise the world as we know it." Yes, this is the "knowledge that is going to change the world as we know it." The Apocalypse does entail a revelation of mysteries, things which lie beyond the ordinary range of human knowledge. It is the Devi Shri Lalita in the Sahasrara and Her incarnation Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi on Earth who have worked as One to accomplish it. As the first faint dawn rays of this Millennium of the Holy Spirit penetrates human consciousness take great comfort that you are one of the few blessed to receive them. By the time the horizon shimmers in anticipation of the morning sun Shri Mataji would be long gone and you will be deep into realizing Aham Brahma Asmi (I am Brahman) after withdrawing all your external senses to focus exclusively on the Devi within. As Her Incarnation Shri Mataji has promised: "I am sure that one day all of us will live together all the time eternally."
Again i offer you Silence as its the only way to merge with Her and realize that the supreme divinity, Lalita, is your own blissful Self. If we succeed then one day all of us will live together all the time eternally.
Jai Shri Ganapathi,
--- In email@example.com, "jagbir singh"
> > Now i know why over the past two days i am having deep
> > meditations that are full of bliss and vibrations. It is because
> > the knowledge of "spirit" is coming directly from the eternal
> > Shri Lalita Devi who resides in all Sahasraras. It is knowledge
> > that the Divine Mother wants humans to know. Aham Brahma Asmi (I
> > am Brahman) and Tat Twam Asi (That Thou Art) makes more sense
> > now. i now want to be Silent for a few days to savour this
> > Divine Nectar from Brahman Herself.
> "The supreme divinity, Lalita, is one's own blissful Self."
> ~Bhavana Upanishad 1.27
> "This primeval power is Tripura,
> The supreme sovereign, Tripura;
> Goddess great with ear-rings adorned
> In sphere of fire abiding."
> ~Tripura Tapini Upanishad 1.9
> "She alone is Atman. Other than Her is untruth, non-self. Hence is
> She Brahman-Consciousness, free from (even) a tinge of being and
> non- being. She is the Science of Consciousness, non-dual Brahman
> Consciousness, a wave of Being-Consciousness-Bliss. The Beauty of
> the three-great-cities, penetrating without and within, is
> resplendent, non-dual, self-subsisting. What is, is pure Being;
> what shines is pure Consciousness; what is dear is Bliss. So here
> is the Maha-Tripura-Sundari who assumes all forms. You and I and
> all the world and all divinities and all besides are the Maha-
> Tripura-Sundari. The sole Truth is the thing named `the
> Beautiful'. It is the non-dual, integral, supreme Brahman."
> ~Bahvricha Upanishad 1.5
> Arwinder started meditating on the Great Primordial Mother in early
> 1995 at the age of five after having his Kundalini raised by Kash.
> There was never even of hint of the profound spiritual experiences
> taking place right under the noses of his parents.
> On August 9, 1995, at 6:25 p.m., while walking to the nearby Ivan
> Franko Park his father began talking to him about Shri Mataji
> Nirmala Devi. Arwinder casually replied that he also had met Her.
> His father stopped immediately and turned to face him, not
> believing what he had just heard. Arwinder was asked to repeat and
> the answer was the same he had also been with the Great
> Primordial Mother. His father quickly found an empty bench in the
> park nearby and sat down with him. Arwinder then talked non-stop
> for thirty minutes, and priceless prasad (spiritual food) poured
> out from his mouth.
> Arwinder told that although he had been meeting and talking to Shri
> Lalita Devi daily in meditation for a 'long time' he did not tell
> anybody as She told him not to do so. In other words, Arwinder was
> advised not to inform any family member that he was seeing Shri
> Mataji. It was just a day earlier on August 8, 1995, that SHE had
> given him permission to tell his father about his spiritual
> experiences that was the reason he was talking about them today.
> He explained that normally he meditated with the Great Spiritual
> Mother and 34 other 'Sahaja Yogis.' He said that he was sure about
> the exact figure as he had counted them on a number of occasions.
> According to him all them from Shri Ganesha to Shri Jesus are
> Sahaja Yogis and very friendly as he had talked to each and every
> one of them.
> According to him during meditation the power (Kundalini) comes till
> the middle of his eyes at the Agnya chakra, and then slowly goes
> back down during sleep. Sometimes in meditation he gets "too much
> power" (intense Kundalini surge) and "Mother has to take it back,"
> (Shri Mataji has to absorb the excess) or else it will "come out
> through the top of the head" (flow out through his Brahmarandhra.)
> This experience seems to be somewhat similar to Shri Mataji's
> explanation of the gushing Kundalini: "Because the vibrations are
> flowing and you are not receiving it, so I don't know how to
> contain within Myself. If you do not suck in the vibrations, so I
> take time to take them out."
> Arwinder was asked how did this power feel, whether hot, warm or
> cold? According to him it is warm.
> According to him:
> - he had many conversations with Shri Lalita Devi and always talked
> about "good things," especially how beautiful this world was the
> flowers, trees, grass, people, insects and so forth.
> - he informed that his interior body is made of "bones and blood."
> The Divine Mother had explained that to him after he had inquired
> about this subject.
> - he observed that Shri Lalita Devi always wore different dresses
> daily, particularly those with patterns of small flowers. Often She
> wore red and gold colored dresses, considered "very nice" by
> - he said that Shri Pancha-Brahma-Svarupini Devi had also taken him
> to visit Houses of Worship on numerous occasions. These spiritual
> buildings were of different shapes and colors: gold, dark red,
> blue, green and yellow. Inside their compounds there was always an
> abundance of offerings: bananas, coconuts, oranges, strawberries,
> pomegranates, apples, cooked rice, and other type of food in silver
> bowls. There were a variety of flowers arranged on both sides of
> these offerings.
> - Whenever Shri Bhakta-harda-tamo-bheda-bhanumad-bhanu-santaih Devi
> arrived at these Houses of Worship She used to stop and help the
> spiritual beings to arrange the fruits, food and flowers. Some of
> them then remained behind to meditate with Her. After meditation
> these spiritual beings distributed all offerings. Arwinder also
> meditated with them as he wanted to eat the prasad! He adding that
> he declined some offerings but accepted the fruits.
> - Arwinder added that the spiritual inhabitants of the city, which
> included children, were racially mixed Caucasian, African,
> Oriental, Indian, and so forth. However, their physical appearances
> were different as that of human beings on Earth. They were ethereal
> in nature, like the Angels in the front-cover 'miracle' photo, but
> yet were of a 'solid' form judging from their clothes and
> activities. Put simply, they were all spirits, yet `human.' It was
> difficult for him to explain how their spiritual bodies looked
> like, but his descriptions matched that of Kash.
> - Arwinder also said that there are many people existing in the
> Kingdom of God but could not explain in numbers how many a
> hundred thousand, millions? (For example, it is difficult for a
> five-year-old to be in Tokyo and determine its population.) This
> observation also confirmed what Kash said about the Spiritual
> World that there are many people existing there.
> More than a decade later today, October 7, 2006 it is obvious that
> both Arwinder and Kash are talking about the "Beauty of the three-
> great-cities, penetrating without and within, (that) is
> resplendent, non-dual, self-subsisting." Only the Great Primordial
> Mother Shri Lalita Devi has the power to manifest this
> unfathomable Truth as She continues to ascend and penetrate into
> human consciousness.
> i wrote this post after downloading and listening to the recitation
> of Shri Lalata Sahasranama. It is available free of charge at:
> http://www.vedamantram.com/ Enjoy this beautiful Tamil recitation
> of the splendour and glory of Her praises in Silence.
> "The supreme divinity, Lalita, is one's own blissful Self." "She
> alone is Atman. Other than Her is untruth, non-self." - Always
> remember these priceless Truths daily for the rest of your lives
> and you are assured of moksa and immortality! What else is Self-
> realization other than realizing that Lalita is one's own blissful
> Self? And once She is realized within to be one's own blissful Self
> everything else is indeed untruth, non-self.
> Jai Shri Ganapathi,
> Dear All,
> In the late afternoon two days ago on 9-27-2006 i took Arwinder, my
> 16-year-old son, to the clinic as he had some skin rash. While
> waiting for the doctor i decided to ask him about the spirit as he
> had told me earlier that his visits into his Sahasrara were now
> getting less. In other words, as he was maturing he was meeting
> Shri Mataji less frequently. (Lalita also has been telling me the
> same for some time now.) That is why i decided to ask him about the
> spirit as i was having some difficulty understanding what it is to
> be a spirit? Since Arwinder meets the Adi Shakti in the Sahasara in
> his spirit form I expected facts based on firsthand experience:
> i) i asked him if you can cross and pass one hand through the other
> or for example across the neck. He replied that you can, and even
> pass through fellow spirit beings or any obstacle for the matter.
> ii) so if you can cross the hands and pass them through each other
> how was it possible to sit on Shri Durga's tiger? Arwinder replied
> that the spirit can assume any form to do any task. If the
> intention of your spirit is to sit on a tiger you will the
> spirit just does that effortlessly.
> iii) is it possible to feel one's heartbeat? In the first place,
> does one have a heart? Arwinder said a spirit has no heart or any
> internal organ for the matter.
> iv) can the spirit assume any form? Arwinder confirmed that it can.
> The spirit can experience anything it desires - an insect, tree,
> animal, human being, mountain, ocean ......... even an entire
> planet or galaxy. It can contract into the smallest size or expand
> into the largest. But he clarified that one is always conscious of
> being the spirit. In other words, while experiencing being an
> ocean you are always conscious that you are still a spirit. Thus
> from a ocean you can easily become an entire galaxy, but at all
> times ever conscious of being a spirit. This consciousness of
> being spirit is always there.
> v) so what is the spirit form at all times? What are you when you
> walk or sit? Arwinder said being the spirit and walking is like
> experiencing the wind. He said as a human it is really difficult to
> explain/understand this experience as there is nothing similar to
> it. The wind is the best he can come up with as the form of spirit
> is not solid.
> vi) do you sit in front of the Adi Shakti at all times when you
> meet Her in the Sahasrara? He replied that there are times when
> She is not there but that does not mean anything as She is always
> present in Her invisible form and knows when you are meditating.
> All you need to do is meditate, whether She is before you or not.
> The point he was trying to make is that meditation should not be
> confined to Her actual presence in the Sahasrara because She is
> everywhere, within and without! Everything is Shakti.
> Later the same evening i had a deep meditation that was full of
> vibrations and bliss. This continued into yesterday (and today
> too).There is something about the knowledge that brought forth
> this state of mind.
> But I had forgotten to ask Arwinder one question did he actually
> experience being a tree or insect?
> Yesterday, as i went with him to get his contact lenses, i asked if
> he actually experienced being a tree or mountain, since he was so
> sure. He replied he never had experienced being a tree or mountain.
> Naturally I asked, "So how do you know?" Arwinder replied that the
> Adi Shakti had given and explained this knowledge to him. Then did
> he ask Her to explain about the spirit? Arwinder replied that he
> never asked but the Divine Mother explained about the spirit on Her
> own accord. In fact She had over the years enlightened him about a
> number of spiritual issues.
> i asked why he did not tell about spirit before? Arwinder replied
> he was never asked. Neither did he offer to spill out the remaining
> knowledge the Adi Shakti had given him. (The only time he did so
> was more than a decade ago when on August 9, 1995 he declared that
> he meditates with the Adi Shakti, and explained his experiences in
> detail. He was five.) Maybe that knowledge will be revealed as and
> when necessary and i have no desire to extract it yet. The Shakti
> has Her own way of making that happen.
> Now i know why over the past two days i am having deep meditations
> that are full of bliss and vibrations. It is because the knowledge
> of "spirit" is coming directly from the eternal Shri Lalita Devi
> who resides in all Sahasraras. It is knowledge that the Divine
> Mother wants humans to know. Aham Brahma Asmi (I am Brahman) and
> Tat Twam Asi (That Thou Art) makes more sense now. i now want to
> be Silent for a few days to savour this Divine Nectar from Brahman
> Jai Shri Ganapathi,
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