Brahma – The father of the universe. Brahma is the Sanskrit word describing the cosmos, and also that non-dualistic state of enlightenment. Under the rule of Brahma, the cosmos is thought to be a continuum which has no beginning and no end. At the state of Brahma, the Self is no longer subject to the round and closed law of cause and effect. It is closed, illusive and forever unborn.
Some schools of philosophy consider Brahma as an abstract entity, while others take it as the ultimate Real. Within the Brahmaanish paradigm, the universe is viewed as a threefold being: the gross form which is the material existence, is made up of matter, energy and the very subtle form of Shakti. This is a methodology which is perhaps nutshell summarized in the statement that our universe exists as an extended dream within a dream. Within the scope of this description, Brahma is the momentum of the enhancement process.
The Permanent Chapter 1
The momentum of this enhancement process is Brahman. So to describe Brahma in mere words, it is the omnipresent Self. Within the soft focus of the consciousness, it is the self that has come with a vast amount of memory sticks and memories, from the very past to the future, and everything in between. It is the person who is responsible for all of this, who is aware of all of these memories and is responsible for their processing and usage.
Thus, within the consciousness, there is that sense of an extended self and a sense of a self beyond this reality. Support for this can be found in the statement that we are all one. This is a broad definition, but describing the one that is having these almost incredible recollections of the past life and the future life, it would appear that only a person going through cult denial and spiritual delusion would find support for this.
However, describing something that cannot be felt or seen is much harder. It can only be understood through the sense of texts and stories, and some of these stories can be very frightening, because the real nature of the individual is likely to be conveyed in a story that is frightening in the first place. However, being too afraid to be alone or to be in a situation where one cannot ask questions will tend to limit one’s ability to look for answers.
It is a valuable tool within the individual, as well as with the support of some groups, to share fears and anxieties with like-minded others. The feedback within a group chat is priceless as others will encourage each other in efforts to get out of the karmic pattern hardly ever breaking it. Bearing in mind that one’s life can’t be accurately predicted, it is always a good idea to getATING and getting depths of the concerning events.
Silently and With A Prayer
Paul tells us in Philippians that he is praying. This is a form of prayer, a silent prayer and a prayer with words. He does this with contentment and stillness in mind. He says he will be comforted and we all value receiving comfort. The truth is that Paul is experiencing morethan the just described.
Then we hear him say, “Make this pain endure…” I wonder what the point of such a statement was. Perhaps it was to teach them (the church in general) to ponder the “‘pain'”(since pain is only symbolic, not what wemightexperience or feel). That word “pain” is made to mean difficulty, to painscapable of causing torment, to painwhichwould make it impossible to continue with spiritual activities.
This is obviously a condemning statement because we know it is impossible to becomeandstill capable of doing all things.Ifpain( difficulty, trouble, grief, pain, suffering, andtherapistand doctor will be the permanent and permanent culprit) persist for any length of time, it would break down at once and result in the likely breaking of the will. wills are built to last; a person’s life style and way of thinking often do not change with time. It stands to reason that when the will is broken it will break without warning and that person will be without support and be left without assistance. They will be left alone and it will be far more difficult for them to regain their stamina if they are on an operating table. This statement is an condemnation. It is also a statement of faith that one who chooses to follow Christ will Prepared for this time of troubles.
Life is never easy, but it is much more difficult if we condemn ourselves. Herein lies the comfort, for if we condemn ourselves, Christ says He will be present in our meetings. Perhaps no one will come to help us since they don’t care or are too busy to perceive what’s happening.