Wednesday, August 26, 2009

World Purification

Kalki Avatar: In Hinduism the Kalki Avatar is the prophesied Tenth and final Maha Avatara of Vishnu. It is predicted that He will come at the end of the Kali Yuga, the current age of darkness on Earth.

Christians have this same prophesy in the Bible’s book of Revelation. “And I saw heaven opened, and behold a white horse; and he that sat upon him was called faithful and true, and in righteousness he doth judge and make war and his name is called The Word of God.” Kalki Avatar’s mission is to lead The Great Purification of the World at the end of the Kali Yuga.

Swami Vishwananda
Path of Devotion, Bhakti Marga,
With attributes of Love, Patience, Unity

Chanting Purifies The Mind
Singing the glory of God transcends all religion, all culture, all races. Chanting a mantra transcends all that the mind can create and you will find God inside of you. As long as man is stuck in the mind, as long as he doesn’t purify the mind, Love will never shine. You will never realize this love. You can read about it, somebody or Swami can tell you about it. You can say “Yes, I know this love is there.” But as long as you do not purify your mind, as long as you do not purify yourself, it will be difficult to realize this love.

And how do you purify the mind? The easiest way to purify the mind is to chant. Chant the name of God continuously. You were chanting the Maha Mantra, “Hare Rama Hare Rama, Rama Rama Hare Hare, Hare Krishna Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna Hare Hare.” It is said by just chanting this mantra, one can gain liberation. But one has to chant it with faith. Mere chanting alone will not help, but chanting with the heart, will help.

And how do you chant with the heart? How do you train the mind to calm itself? By focusing it. It happens when you discipline yourself and say, "Okay, today I will chant." Let’s say you start by taking your japa mala or rosary, and you chant your mantra. By focusing yourself on chanting, you’re disciplining the mind to focus on the mantra. The more you do it, the more it will be chanted automatically inside your heart and you will not even need your japa mala or rosary.

Mahavatar Babaji
From Your Heart Do You Resonate?

Chanting, meditation path to purification
The Divine provided the easiest path to the truth of the Self in this age [Kali Yuga] through meditation and calming the restless mind by chanting the Divine Name with which you resonate, and there are thousands. Even karma yoga (action) is a form of meditation when it is dedicated to God! Do you understand that the name you chant is simply a verbal expression of the spiritual heart of each of you? When you feel love for that which you speak, such as a Divine Name, it is the love from your own heart connected with the Oneness of Divinity which will transport you into the realms or vibration of Divine consciousness. Meditation will assist you! —Babaji, From: Unity With The Divine.

I AM That

Chanting life . . . . . . . . .
A fawn in the forest lays down its sweet head,
Not on the manger’s hay,
But gently on the soft green grass of nature’s way.
A bird on the wing flies to feed her young.
A robin in springtime seeks its daily bread.

The Divine knows all things, all times, all places:
The softness of a baby’s cheek,
The call of a nightingale,
Singing through the same ringtones,
Each and every one.
And indeed The Divine knows
Every galaxy, universe, star and moon,
Each human being . . .
Demon and even . . . every Demi-God.

All life is one and that is true,
So follow that thinking
To Heaven’s Door or
Krishna Loka. . .it’s your choice.
And stay in truth all your days
And all your times.

The wedding ring, pledging love forevermore
May become a bondage, a circle of wrath.
Be true to vows taken in youth, and
Also become aware that you took before-time vows,
Long before you came to this plane’s
Duality of woe and glee.
Take up the vows you pledged in the beginning,
Time without end, no beginning, no end.
And let your mantra be from this day forward. . .
I Am That! I Am That! I Am That!


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