How Indian Religions and Faiths are Universal Philosophically: Some Major Metaphysical Points about Hinduism

Dr. H. Singh By Dr. H. Singh, 15th Jan 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL
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This Wiki Nut is metaphysical in nature and embraces Philosophy of Hinduism, and thus Indian Religions and Faiths. It is based on a real discussion at the Facebook that I had with person from the west about eastern philosophy of religion. Giving more than 50 points about the topic. Thanks!

How Hinduism is Universal Philosophically: Facbook Chat Gave More than 50 Points Revealing Spiritual Insight Metaphysically: Indian Religions and Faiths

How Hinduism is Universal: Facbook Chat Gave More than 50 Points that reveal the spiritual insight into Indian religions and faiths that many people around the world learn to understand and or practice. These more than 50 points as follows:

1. Namaste means salute to visible form of Invisible (Soul)

2. OM is Invisible form and thus the Main Tat is Truth and it Exits is Sat.

3. We have 5 Tatva but Main Tatva is Invisible that we know as OM. Thanks!
OM is both Main Tatava and Shakti together.

4. What creates these 5 Tatva or Forms is Brahm (God) and thus the Unchangeable Form in it remains as it is.

5. Hari means that takes away all sorrows hidden in 3 Gunas and OM means that in whatever way He needs to do is in OM, yes in its sound, vibrations and waves as it is both sound and particle that light gives.

6. For our young generation there is so much knowledge fed and thus most of them seem to be fed up.

7. So, the knowledgeable need to wait and practice it more because by knowing nothing really happens in our real or practical life..

8. The Sanatan is never influenced or affected. We lack classical arts, music and all that is Sanatan in our daily life and practice it. Even if science proves all of it 100% right and perfect the practice is still the objective.

9. What we lack is Karma+Yoga.

10. We do only Yoga and seem to claim it Karma.

11. When God helps even a child like Dhruva and Prahlad, why do we refrain from daily practice of Nitya Karma.

12. The self-experience, wisdom and true self-understanding comes mainly from Grace not by efforts.

13. Just living in the company of practically wise people gives it all that we need as if the Parshad, the blessings

14. Past life: Past life helps to create the circumstances and if we avail goodness as our learning.

15. The main objective that individually we all need to cultivate is that God does not His part, the Leela and we simply learn not to imitate Him, but follow what we are taught.

16. If we imitate Lord Krishna it is not good, all great ones wish to please him as his Gopis. This Gopi is not just a kind of boy or girl.

17. Mira Ji once said to someone that it was great to see man other than Krishna in Mathura. He rushed to feel sorry as he said he as a man did not wan to see woman when she requested him to meet.

18. In the Gopi devotion, It has nothing to do with physical body as said before.

19. God is Spirit.

20. In devotion we want to feel the devotional feelings so avoid knowledge alone. The knowledge cannot give feelings and the feelings do not need words.

21. Like Lord Krishna says that he dwells in Jaap, In Saam Veda (Source of Music), Jaap is also form of Yoga.

22. When Dropadi asked why Lord Krishna said she was too confident so could not see the Vastar Avtara.

23. When we meditate we are and dwell in the invisible form.

24. However living in this state more than advised harms, it harms health.

25. Human body is form Karma.

26. Mind is for Yoga and thus Body+Mind=Karma+Yoga.

27. When Rishis asked Lord Krishna, he started to cry. He said the learned people would be most insulted and ignored in Kaliyuga. So, we go through phases and now some changes occur that give some worth and status to learned people, so more patience and thus practice is needed rather than suffering. What is the best Saloka in Holy Gita. Rishis told many. When they asked Lord Krishna said it is by Kunti Ji as when she asks for suffering so that she may remember God to rescue her and thus us.

28. We practice to realize what we say is within. When we meditate God also meditates on us.

29. When asked: Whom do you remember Lord Krishna? All those, who remember me. What else do we need!

30. We do not seem to share stories of great people with children and thus what they learn is not something that they can ever forget.

31. This the 30th point is called Sanskara, the way to see and deal the visible and invisible world. The invisible world is inside and the other outside.

32. Inside is Yoga and Outside Karma. We simply need to make it one. What we enjoy as Gopi and Outside all as God is what we also know as Bhakti.
Enjoy Inside.

33. This form of Bhakti (Devotion) is same as Gyana (Knowledge and Wisdom, the Divine Knowledge).

34. German and Europeans used Indian Wisdom, but in many cases wrongly as Hitler created superman theory using Vedas.

35. Vedas teach to be open learner a wise person.

36. The people in the south have vast knowledge about it and they share their books and works in the west but again due to in depth knowledge.

37. We need to allow Bharat Mata to help us by firstly doing ahvahana (inviting the teachings and thus spiritual presence) of great souls. If we do it on our own it will create problems rather than solving. We pray that God shows us the path.

38. Otherwise intellect and knowledge alone are harmful.

39. Thus, the first thing is to respect, honor and worship Indian prophets, gurus, sages, saints, rishis, munis and other noble and great ones.

40. They make and create way as they are doing all that is must. Even Lord Rama and other great ones did it first. They Rishis and Munis did it too giving us all of the Vedic knowledge and wisdom. We do not own it.

41. This is what we need to share.

42. We do not own Indian Knowledge and Wisdom; Nature or Universe owns it.

43. If we do this part of learning, the knowledge spreads without great efforts. Otherwise, lots of hard work as the Pandavs lived in the exile in the Jungles for 12 years until they found the Brahmin.

44. What we are discussing is Divine Wisdom.

45. It cannot be shared without reaching to the level of Divine Student that means becoming receiver not giver.

46. When we practice we teach, when we teach we do not practice. Please do not take my words as rude.

47. If this knowledge is given to those, who do not respect, one takes blame and burden of all the insult that thus occurs.

48. God always helps in a way that pleases Him not always the way we want and thus what is the best for us and it remains a surprise, is not it.

49. One thing is that all world religions, faiths and knowledge and wisdom is same and Hindus discovered it firstly.

50. It was because Indian people happen to be contented and want to do something for nature. Thus, it is not for business but service.

51.Upanishad's tell and explain about all branches of knowledge.

52. We as the Indian People do not even seem to know names of 4 Vedas.

53. A foolish never wants to be corrected and gets angry if one tries to do so.

54. Now, one way or the other we all are foolish, a wise knows how foolish he or she is. This is the difference between foolish and wise, if I know I am foolish I may learn to be wise. If I assume I am wise, stagnation can make me dumb, deaf and blind, not physically but mentally.

55. Wisdom is common sense that we also know as Sixth Sense.

Thanks for your time reading 55 points, yes indeed more than 50 wonderful points for sharing as all are from the real Chat on Facebook in which I was blessed enough to give it as answers to a spiritual person wishing to discuss it few days ago.

Thanks for your time to read How East Meets West!


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