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Sambhav Samdrishti in other Books

As we all know that Sambhav Samdrishti is an ideology present in all holy

books. Here, I shall try to summarize these ideas from other books taking
the reference from a few sources.
A Parable states,
"milk for babes and meat for menwhere the milk is a watered-down
reading for infantile minds, and the meat is the true message,
accessible only to mature minds."
So, we can now see that, if we read between the lines of whichever
holy book we follow, we'll find the hidden knowledge present in it.
A lot of people read the Holy Scriptures and say that they depict God
as a powerful being who lives in an abode called Heaven above us
but aren't we mixing up things?
Let's try to clear those.
teachings have been perverted . . . religion has established itself as a
tollbooth to heaven . . . warriors march into battle believing God
favors their cause. Weve lost the true meaning behind our holy
books, and yet
It's true meaning is still within reach, right before our eyes. It exists in
all the enduring texts. All of these texts in their own ways, are quietly
whispering the exact same message
Isn't it shameful, that we, Indians, despite having such rich culture
were unable to grasp the true meaning behind our own Holy Books
but a person living miles away, in a foreign land was able to
understand it without even living here?
Well known teachings like You are God yourself. and the kingdom of
God is within you and promises from the Gods like, The works I do,
you can do . . . and greater. Also Abandon the search for God . . .
instead, take yourself as the starting place."
"the only difference between you and God is that you have forgotten
you are divine."
"The ancient texts are obsessed with the power of the human mind.
Some texts describe the flow of mind energy, some others describes
universal consciousness and some explore the nature of mind spirit.
Some texts also predict healing at a distance."

"When the holy book tells us to go build our temple . . . a temple that
we must build with no tools and making no noise, what temple do
you think its talking about?"
Well, it's not a materialistic temple that needs to be built with stone
and adorned with roses, it's the temple of the mind!
You are the temple of God.
The moment when mankind finally builds the temple of his mind will
be the moment when we'll realize our oneness with God and all
notions of duality will vanish.
It states that a real temple must be built, an outer temple called the
Holy Place and an inner sanctuary called the Holy of Holies. The two
parts are separated from each other by a thin veil.
But have we actually studied the structure of the brain?
Its built in two partsan outer part called the dura mater and an
inner part called the pia mater. These two parts are separated by the
arachnoida veil of weblike tissue.
The middle of the forehead is called a temple for a reason. It's a real
Now, you might ask. Isn't a temple one where God resides?
Well, let me tell you, the mind is God and God is the mind.
Let's not be skeptical. Anyone who's read the Vedas, Gita or
Upanishads will agree that when the question of meditation comes in,
we are asked to focus on all our chakras, one by one, and then we
are asked to finally feel the energy going up to the Gyaan Kendra,
which is right at the centre of our forehead. Makes sense, now?
So, we've also heard from the aforementioned scriptures that we can
have longer lives if we meditate, right? Well. science has agreed with
that too.
Research states that,
The human brain, in advanced states of focus, will physically create a
wax like substance from the pineal gland. This brain secretion is
unlike anything else in the body. It has an incredible healing effect,
can literally regenerate cells, and may be one of the reasons yogis
live so long.
Your brain, secretes this substance, each time you go into deep
meditation and your cells are regenerated.

This is just the beginning of Naam ki Takat and it is the reason why
during the Chalisa, our faces glow (provided we follow all the rules
and do the satsang everyday)
A book also mentions a thing called the Manna from Heaven.
The substance was said to heal the sick, provide everlasting life, and,
strangely, cause no waste in those who consumed it and it is a kind of
nourishment that fell from heaven.
Temple is code for body. Heaven is code for mind. Jacobs ladder is
your spine. And manna is this rare brain secretion. When you see
these code words in Scripture, pay attention. They are often markers
for a more profound meaning concealed beneath the surface.
This same magical substance has appeared throughout the Ancient
Mysteries: Nectar of the Gods, Elixir of Life, Fountain of Youth,
Philosophers Stone, ambrosia, dew, ojas, soma.
According to another holy book, when your eye is single, your body
fills with light. This concept is also represented by the Agya chakra
and the dot on a Hindus forehead, which symbolizes the centre of
energy of the whole body and is said to provide energy to the entire
So, our body is the temple to which our Agya chakra provides energy.
Research has also found that,
Particles react to our thoughts . . . which means our thoughts have
the power to change the world.
This what all Holy Books mean when they preach that if we realize
the true power of Self, we can change the world. Again, Naam ki
God is very reala mental energy that pervades everything. Our
physical bodies have evolved over the ages, but it was our minds that
were created in the image of God. He is waiting for us to understand
it. All around the world, we are gazing skyward, waiting for God . . .
never realizing that God is waiting for us. We are creators, and yet we
naively play the role of the created. We see ourselves as helpless
sheep buffeted around by the God who made us. We kneel like
frightened children, begging for help, for forgiveness, for good luck.
But once we realize that we are truly created in the Creators image,
we will start to understand that we, too, must be Creators. When we
understand this fact, the doors will burst wide open for human

As soon as we humans begin to harness our true power, we will have

enormous control over our world. We will be able to design reality
rather than merely react to it.
This is what all Holy books have been trying to teach us but we can
only do this if we let go of our current tumultuous nature and become
human beings first.
Multiple minds working in unison magnify a thoughts
effect . . . exponentially. This is the inherent power of prayer groups,
healing circles, singing in unison, and worshipping en masse. The
idea of universal consciousness is no ethereal New Age concept.
This is why we have the satsang and this is why we say that God is
an all pervading being. Because the energy in our minds is prevalent
everywhere. God is not a tangible thing. God is what we cannot see
but experience. This is what the Vedas say but, in code.
Elohim is the word for God in a holy book and it is in plural.
So, if we realize, God is all around us and yet we don't know that he
is there. God is waiting for us to understand him but we aren't ready
to let go of worldly pleasures to understand his true nature.
Let's pledge to let go of our Vikars and adopt Equanimity and Even
Sightedness to see the real God not just an idol.

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