Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Atmakaaraka and God


From: Sanjay Rath 
Date: 13 January 2015 at 09:46
To: sohamsa@yahoogroups.com

Dear Maja

The entire problem lies with the English language. Look at these pathetic translations

Īśa à God

Iśvara à God

Deva à God

Devatā à God

Bhagavān à God

Kṛṣṇa à God

Śiva à God

…no end to these limitations. You really want answers, then learn Oriya and read the works of Acyutānanda or learn Sanskrit and read Śaṅkara

My little upadeśa for your Budha AK:

So long as you seek freedom of speech, you will continue to be Budha AK. Let it go, why do you need speech? Who is listening? Are they really listening and do you really have wisdom to give or are you just wasting your words? why do you need to speak? Take Gaṇeśa as your devatā and practise Mauna Vrata for 3 hours every morning from the time to rise till 9am.

Ātmakāraka Graha is nothing but an obsession of the ahaṁkāra in the soul




Brihaspati Gayatri, Vishwamitra/Gaathina Rishi Rig Veda 6.62.6