In the Vedanta, there is reference to various gods and goddesses to facilitate easier understanding of the unmanifest energy form and their functions. The concept of the unmanifest can be a huge challenge for the most educated human being today, let alone when the first Vedantic scripture was written in 5th century CE. Vedanta is a philosophy taught by the Vedas, the most ancient scriptures of India. Its basic teaching is that our real nature is divine. God, the underlying reality, exists in every being.
Vishnu relaxes (mind at peace) not worrying about the changes that are happening in the external world, riding the waves of the ocean that are in constant flux, completely undisturbed, rested on the eternal wisdom that permanence is an illusion, whilst Lord Brahma is creating his personal reality. What does this mean? Does it mean that we have to consciously define the blueprint of what we desire and leave the rest with the quantum intelligence to create and deliver?
There are five steps to creating consciously – three internal and two external – these are well documented in the Vedas ,endorsed by modern science and very simple to understand.Nothing is achievable without knowledge, discipline and dedicated practice of the knowledge acquired.
That moment when one’s mind can sit with the self, immersed in the now free of the past and the future, feeling relaxed, in gratitude of everything and everyone that has been part of your life, with absolutely no more urge to become restless again, with a sense of carefree-ness, lightness and a smile blossoming effortlessly, that is the moment when the self is at the center of its existence.
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