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What Sampradaya, Parampara, Bharata

In simple words, following are superficial meanings of words of Sampradaya, Parampara and Bharata or Bharat …

  • Parampara … This means the timeless-lineage or timeless-tradition of knowledge, systems, codes etc., of Sanatan Dharma
  • Sampradaya … This means a traditional school of Sanatan Dharma …
  • Bharata … Geographically this word means “land of India” … And in the superficial or lower meaning, it means the “land of light or land of truth” (Bha comes from the word “Abha” which means light or luminosity or truth and “Rata means bearer, absorbed, devoted, united”) …

But this topic is to discuss the root of these words and not their mere superficial meanings …

The Rishi’s of Vedas had designed these words … These words were designed in such a way, that they only related to allness and her each part and thus just by uttering these words and whilst being based in their real meanings, the inner-subtlety of the aspirants could be ensured … As also a fact that these three words are totally interrelated to each other …

Thus to restore these real meanings which also are as per demands of the incoming age of sages, I have added this topic to this part of the text itself …

And we shall also be discussing as to why Parampara and Sampradaya cannot even be used for any knowledge system that does not relate to the word Bharat … And why Bharat cannot relate to anything that is not within the essence of these two terms i.e. Sampradaya and Parampara, as are discussed below …

 

AA … Sampradaya …

Sampradaya is made up of two Sanskrit words … Sam (Sum) and Pradaya …

Sam (Sum):

In the lower sense, this word means equanimity and neutrality …

And in the higher sense, it means macro-equanimity (equanimity towards allness and its each part) and macro-neutrality (neutrality towards allness and its each part) which as such is of a diamond-white color … Thus this word relates to the Sanskrit word “Sarva Samta or equanimity towards all that ever is” …

Sarva Samta (macro-equanimity) is of the diamond white colored Sadyojata face of Sadashiva, from whom the grandfather (or Creator of allness or Pitamah Brahma Ji) was self-manifested … And because Pitamah Brahma Ji is self-manifested, so he is also told to be a Swayambhu … Thus this part of the word, links Sampradaya to the timeless creator of allness itself (i.e. links to Pitamah Brahma Ji) …

And since perfect state of macro-neutrality is only arrived within Samadhi, so this word denotes the macro-neutral primordial state i.e. the stage of Maker’s Makings when allness itself was in Samadhi or in other words, the stage of origination of macrocosmic creation when it itself was in Samadhi …

Samadhi is made up of two words, which mean Sam (Sum) or neutrality and Adi or primordial … So this term also means, the primordial state of macro-equanimity, which as such is only of the diamond white colored Sadyojata face of Sadashiva … Thus no aspirant can enter into the higher meaning of this word (i.e. Sam or macro-equanimity) without entering into Samadhi (or meditative trance based upon a perfect macro-neutrality) …

And since Samadhi is the state which leads to self-realization, thus this word (Sam or Sum) also denotes the state of Samadhi as its finality (or final effect of this word, is self-realization only) …

Due to this reason, that Sampradaya which did not have the inward-paths which led to Samadhi and then a self-realization, were never a part of Sampradaya during any history of Sanatan Dharma

As such, all those teachers of today who talk about equanimity (as per their own scriptures) and also try to describe it in their own limited understandings and that too without even entering into the state of Samadhi (i.e. without even have a direct cognition of what Samadhi actually is) are only fooling around with themselves and also their disciples …

Continuing with above paragraph … Such ones who hold only bookish knowledge or hold only incomplete knowledge of the types of Samadhi and yet they blabber about it, must be kept at good distance by aspirants who wish to enter into the subtler paths of any Yoga Tantra … It is better you do not have a Guru, than to have such half-witted monkeys as your Guru and who only know how to talk and that too without even giving you a direct insight (i.e. insight which is based upon their own self-realizations) into that which is talked about by them or is quoted by them as per what is stated in ancient scriptures …

 

Now we come to the next word … i.e. Pradaya

The word Pradaya means, that which grants or that which blesses or that which is achieved through Sam (or Sumta or Samta as is of Samadhi) …

 

So basis above, now we shall discuss the words Sam (Sum) and Pradaya in their union i.e. Sampradaya

The word Sampradaya literally means “that which grants macro-equanimity (or macro-neutrality)” … Or in other words, it means that which grants macro-neutrality to the aspirant or member of that Sampradaya and there macro-equanimity means “equanimity towards allness and her each part” …

Above definition also means, that which does not grant macro-equanimity towards allness and her each part, to its adherents cannot even be a Sampradaya as per Lore’s of Dharma

Thus basis above paragraph … All those systems which are based upon individualism (monotheism) of any sort, cannot ever be a part of the word Sampradaya because individualism cannot ever denote and thus it also cannot ever lead to the state of Samadhi …

But since macrocosmic state of macro-equanimity is none other than the “macro-neutral attributed-formless abode of Maker (Sarva-Sam Sagun Nirakaar Brahmaloka)” so Sampradaya also means that system which grants the path or way of entering into “Brahmaloka (or Abode of Maker)” … This in turn means that Sampradaya is that which leads to a final liberation …

So basis above paragraph, during those ancient times which are beyond your known and imaginable history, the word Sampradaya was also used for “temples of learning” … By this phrase “temples of learning” I mean schools of learning about the real and thence practicing so as to enter into a union to the real and that too through the path of Samadhi …

I have written the term “temples of learning” as these temples of learning were none other than those of the ancient Gurukul Parampara … Gurukul was used for those lineages of Guru’s (i.e. those Sages) who had self-realized all that is to be realized and thus were qualified to be a Guru of others …

That aspirant who was not a self-realized, all-realized one, was never considered as a Guru in any of the ancient Sampradaya of any of the sects of Sanatan Dharma … This word Sampradaya, was only used for schools of those self-realized, all-realized sages who acted as Guru to their chosen aspirants …

Continuing with above paragraph … Thus basis above, those who were not self-realized, all-realized could never start a Sampradaya as they were not qualified to do so …

Continuing with above paragraph … And basis above, even if a sage was self-realized, but if he did not teach then he held no Sampradaya because Sampradaya were only related to those self-realized sages who also acted as Guru’s or teachers … Due to this reason, this text shall not have any Sampradaya other than that of Aamnaya Peetha as I cannot teach (due to nonness of Guru-Tattva in this incarnation) and this itself is because I have already recommended the interested aspirants to proceed to Vyasa Peetha

(if they wish to learn) …

But during those very ancient times, there also were Sampradaya of Bhagwan (or deities) … In these Sampradaya only those Guru’s used to sit, who had themselves self-realized those deities and that too through a direct cognition … Once these Sampradaya were established, they could run till the codes of conduct as are needed by that deity, were complied with and that too by the members of that particular Sampradaya … These Deity Sampradaya were limited to just that deity who was self-realized by the one who resumed that Sampradaya from within the earlier Lore’s of Sanatan Dharma …

During the ancient times in addition to above, there were Sampradaya of many paths but they all rested in the common aspects that have been discussed here … Thus there were Sampradaya related to specific deities and there also were Sampradaya of almost anything that was resting within the purviews of word Vedic, Purana, Vedanta, Vedanga, Siddha (Including Kaul), Samkhya, Ayurveda, Yoga, Tantra and every other path of the Vedic Lore’s … And there also were Sampradaya which related to self-realized, all-realized Guru’s …

A Deity Sampradaya could only be started by the one who was the Swaroop of a Deity i.e. the sage who starts a Sampradaya of a deity had to be the one who is merged or united to that deity in such a way, that the sage is like a physically manifested state of that deity itself …

And on the other hand, a self-realized, all-realized Sage could start any of the Sampradaya and/or restore the existing Sampradaya as such ones were not limited like the other ones who have been discussed in above paragraph … This was because of the fact that the self (or Atman) of any aspirant, itself is the self of all that ever is (or Brahman) and this term “all” also includes the self (or Atman) of deities … Thus such ones never had any limitation as far as restoring the existing Sampradaya or those Sampradaya which have already become extinct during history …

As also, during those ancient times, these temples of Sanatan Dharma were not just places of worship (the way it now is) as they mostly were as places of learning the ways of life as per the Sampradaya that they belonged to …

The impressions (Samskaras) of these Sampradaya are eternal as they are of a diamond white colored macro-neutrality, which as such is an eternal state … So once these impressions (Samskaras) of Sampradaya are originated, then they are eternally present within the macrocosmic consciousness (Brahmic-Mahat-Chitta or Chidakash) …

And thus even if a Sampradaya is already lost in history, it can still be restored very easily and very fast, because all that is needed is to extract that impression from the macrocosmic consciousness and restore its place within the world … This is how the ancient Sampradaya have kept getting restored during history and this is also how these ancient Sampradaya would also be restored at future times that shall be when this world system has moved closer to the inauguration phase of incoming age of sages (Guru Yuga) …

As also a fact that if a self-realized, all-realized sage is not available within a world during the time spans of a divine degenerate age cycle, then the job of restoration of Sampradaya is of the head-teacher (Pradhanacharya) of eastern-Vedic monastery i.e. this job is of the Shankaracharya of Jagannath Puri Aamnaya Peetha … Thus within any divine degenerate age cycle, if a self-realized, all-realized sage is not available within a world, then nobody other than the listed monastery should do this job of restoration or else the effects of contravening to what is written here, shall be found to be reverse during a longer run of time … By this I mean that if anybody other than the listed principal teacher (Pradhanacharya) does this job of restoration of any Sampradaya during the time spans of any divine degenerate age, then in the longer run, the effects shall become regressive instead of being progressive as they were intended to be …

And finally … The correct effects of Sampradaya are only arrived when it is free of direct or indirect control and/or interference of rulers and when it only rests within the control of lineage holding Renunciate’s and Mendicant’s  … Unless this is complied, that Sampradaya can never deliver those subtler effects (i.e. better effects) which it was meant to deliver … Thus is any Monk (Sadhu), Renunciate-Mendicant (Sanyasi) or Acharya (teacher) has links with the rulers or works for the rulers or begins serving the rulers, then such Monks only lead to degeneration of societies in the longer run of time … The Acharya (teacher) can only be a teacher or the one who guides the rulers and masses alike and not the one who begins serving other ends … It was due to this reason, these Aamnaya Peethas were also told to be as “rulers of rulers by virtue of their status as Guru of the rulers (Kings)” and yet these Peethas never interfered with the ruling of the rulers as their Acharya’s only gave guidance to the rulers and that too, whenever it was needed by the rulers …

This is how it was told by the sages during those ancient times as were when Sanatan Parampara was all that was as a way of life and which as such is our next discussion …

 

BB … Parampara …

Parampara lamely means timeless-tradition (or timeless-lineage) of Sanatan Dharma …

No tradition could be termed a Parampara unless it complies with all of the following …

  • It is timeless … And thus its time of origin cannot be traced back in history …
  • It relates to the infinite and that too through infinite possibilities of ways to reach to it (i.e. there could even be infinite paths to reach the self-realization of reality) … And thus its dimensional expanses cannot be calculated and due to which its expanses are none other than the undefined infinite …
  • It is omnidirectional (i.e. omni-path) and thus its pluralism cannot be doubted …
  • And it is of the omnipresent and thus it holds an essential monism
  • It is based upon the fact that everywhere, everything and everyone is only denoting a self-expressed, self-manifested self-presence of the same attributeless infinite Absolute being and thus everything is naught but a proof of the pristine-divinity of the eternal-divine being (i.e. attributeless infinite being) …
  • Due to above, it eternally relates to the omnipotent divinity and thus it has an intrinsic feminine aspect inherently and permanently implanted within it due to which the Shakti Parampara (or Devi Parampara or timeless-lineage or timeless-tradition of a divine aspect of the supreme mother) is inherent within it …
  • It has a minimum of five timeless-lineages (i.e. Pancha Parampara) as follows …
  • Shaiva Parampara … This is the lineage of the Auspicious-Ever-All …
  • Shakta Parampara … This is the lineage of the Pristine-Ever-Allness …
  • Vaishnava Parampara … This is the lineage of the Supreme-essence …
  • Saurya Parampara … The lineage of Ishvara or Hiranyagarbha Brahma or the lineage of light …
  • Ganpatya Parampara or Anugraha Parampara … The lineage of supreme-blessing …
  • It is not based upon any single Abhimani Devata or Egoistic Gods and thus it is based upon allness itself … Due to this it also holds an inner capability to absorb all later aspects of all later sects into itself and yet retain its original nature … This in turn means it is based upon intrinsic-pluralism and essential-monism of the macrocosmic creation within which it rests and thus it has no clashes with any of the ways or paths that may be manifested during any later time (even when these later paths may have a clash with the Parampara, yet Parampara never has any clash with anything else because everything is a lesser or greater part of that Parampara itself) …
  • It is eventually related to the attributeless-infinite being (Nirgun Nirakaar Brahm) and thus it also holds links to all that is enveloped and pervaded by the attributeless-infinite being and all that is self-originated from within that Supreme being and as its own self-expression itself … Thus it is based within and is related to the totality of what was discussed in the earlier topic of “As IT eventually became” …
  • It is having a fullness of paths i.e. it is theistic, atheistic, theistic-atheistic, atheistic-theistic, emptiness, fullness and their intermediaries are also a part of that system …
  • Unless anything relates to this timeless-lineage (Parampara) it cannot even accept all above as valid paths of evolution … And thus that system which envelopes allness within itself and it also pervades all that ever is as a system, is what Parampara means …
  • It has no single text, no single code, no single deity and no single nothing and yet because it rests within essential-monism of the macrocosmic creation, so its pluralistic parts are essentially united to it … And because there is no single leader of such a system (of Parampara), so it also holds the capability to maintain itself in a self governed fashion through all sects of that Parampara itself … And yet that Parampara is essentially related to the Aamnaya Parampara because this itself is original philosophy of that Parampara …
  • It is based in omniscience and thus its knowledge also ends up considering all other subtler-knowledge systems as its own family …
  • It is based upon macro-equanimity, thus is related to the Maker’s plane (Brahmaloka) itself …
  • It is Omniparient and thus everything eventually originates (and thus relates to) from its own knowledge system itself … This is because of the fact that in such a state, all other knowledge systems are its own intrinsic greater or lesser parts only … Due to this reason, it never degrades other systems as long as they do not fall on the wrong side of it (i.e. they do not get deviated in their ways of life and approaches) …
  • It is of a highest pluralism and yet based upon an absolute monism and thus is based upon the innermost non-duality of allness and her each part … Thus in such a Parampara, all paths are eventually leading to the same home …
  • Due to above point, in such a system, the creator is the created and creation process also and thus either of these could be used as a path to know that creator (i.e. the attributeless-infinite Absolute-being) …
  • Above is what Aamnaya Parampara really is …

Unless a system of ways of life complies to the requirements that have been stated here, that system cannot even be termed as a Parampara … Due to this reason, Parampara is only of Sanatan Dharma … And nobody else …

And because its original-origin cannot be known, so it is also deemed to be endless and thus eternal (Sanatan) … It is due to this reason, that the term Sanatan Parampara and Sanatan Dharma were adopted by sages to refer to Indian knowledge systems …

And because it is eternal, so it also has no end-time theories … Due to this reason, the time in such a system is cyclic and where these cycles also continue endlessly … Thus even a stage of Mahapralaya (i.e. the great dissolution which comes after any Brahma or creator ends its current existence after each 311.04 trillion human solar years) also leads to a re-commencement of the same macrocosmic creation when a new Brahma (or creator) takes over after the earlier creator (Brahma) ends his destined lifetime … And due to this reason, there really is no end even when the earlier macrocosmic creation has already ended (or dissoluted) …

As also a fact that if a system is not eternal, then it is neither related to the attributeless, nor to the infinite, nor is that system omni-directional nor is it of the omnipresent and thus such a system also cannot be related to the omnipotent … In absence of these primary aspects, such a system of way of life also cannot be holding a capability to last till the endless and undefined time cycles (or Kaalchakra) which shall be discussed in a later topic …

All systems which are not complying to what is discussed here always have end time theories … And that system which complies to all above, only ends up having theories of an eternally cyclic nature of time (or Kaalchakra), space (Akashchakra), directions (paths or approaches or Dishachakra) and state (gross or subtle, existence and dissolution or Dashachakra) … Thus a Parampara always holds these four cycles (Chakra) of the primary dimensions (Chatush Ayaam) of the macrocosmic creation … Thus that which does not hold these Chatush Aayama *** (i.e. cyclic natures of the four primary dimensions of the macrocosmic creation), is not Parampara …

*** Explaining *** of above paragraph … But in this particular text, I shall only be discussing the cyclic nature of time because time itself is the primary dimension of the Maker’s Makings … And through this primary dimension of time, I shall be deriving some of the aspects of the other there dimensions … Beyond this cannot even be discussed in the degenerate age cycle as then it would lead to this knowledge being used to subdue others and their lands, control others and their women, controlling societies, making worst of weapons and doing all kinds of lower jobs (and it is due to this reason, in this text I have not even referred to those aspects which could be utilized towards lower ends) …

Within the limited meaning of this term as tradition, it could mean a culture, codes of a society, laws of land, general ways of life of a society and all such useless nitty-gritty’s …

But within the timeless-traditional meaning of it, Parampara also means the beginningless-endless and thus eternal way of life that is intrinsically pluralistic and yet it is essentially based within monism and where both these terms are eventually leading to Absolute-Monism and further to the Absolute-non-dualism, which as such is the finality of anything that comes within the purviews of the term Parampara …

All those systems who do not comply to the minimum requirements of the term of our discussion, i.e. Parampara, are only those systems who come by to a world (whenever times are favorable for them to manifest in the world), then these systems stay for a while upon that world (i.e. stay until the unitary values of time and other dimensions are favorable for them to continue their existence within that world) and thence these systems are gone without even a trace of them during the distant future (which always is after the time units that are applicable to a world have changed to such an extent that these systems do not even say hello to the time units within which they rest at that time and this is the stage when these systems also remain with no choice but to either change their ways or exit out of that world, as there is no third choice provided to them or their adherents) … We shall be discussing these time units at a later stage of Kaalchakra …

Thus that system which does not reside within our discussions can neither be an eternal one nor would it be a reason for long lasting state of inner-calm (within the adherents of that system and that world) and outer-peace (within the world) … Those systems who do not satisfy what is written in this discussion, only become as instruments of a future state of a continuous chaos and where this chaos keeps cyclically manifesting within all ways and walks of life of humanity and other parts of speciology which rest upon that world … As also a fact that none of these recent systems (i.e. systems that manifested during the last few millenniums) have ever complied to the requirements of this term of our discussion, i.e. Parampara and thus when we study their history (from within their own impressional fields which rest within the consciousness lane of this world) then it is very clear that all of these recent systems have been none other than what is stated here …

And that which is not Parampara, never lasts till eternity and due to this reason, all such systems also have an end-time theory …

 

So with above as a base, we shall try to explain this term Parampara in the deeper of all meanings of it …

Parampara is made up of two words … These words are Param and Para

 

Explaining the first word … “Param”

This word relates to the masculine principle and this means Supreme or Absolute, both of which only relate to the Nirgun Nirakaar Brahm (attributeless-infinite Absolute-being) of the Vedas …

This word relates to the supreme-being and thus could also be termed as the supreme principle or the fatherly principle or masculine principle or the Absolute principle …

Param is also addressed Paramshiva or Supreme-Shiva by Shaivas (Shaivas mean believers of my Paramguru Bhagwan Shiva) … Shiva means “That who is the Ever-All-Auspicious, Ever-Auspicious-All and Auspicious-Ever-All” … So this word also denotes an Absolute-fullness of the Absolute and where this Absolute-fullness also includes voidness and all that is intermediary of these two words (i.e. fullness and voidness) …

The same Param is also stated as Paramatman or Supreme Atman by Vaishnavas (worshippers of my Sanatan Gurudeva Sri Bhagwan Vishnu) …

The same Param is stated as Parmeshvara (supreme Lord) by Ishwarvadi (worshippers of Lord of allness) …

Param also denotes Purusha (i.e. Absolute) or the being who pervades and envelopes macrocosmic creation i.e. it exists within and beyond the macrocosmic creation …

The same Param was also stated with many other names during history of Sanatan Dharma which readers can read themselves in the texts of Sanatan Dharma …

All these terms mean the same Param (or Supreme or Absolute) only …

 

Now discussing the second word … “Para”

This word denotes the feminine principle which is present within the word Parampara …

Thus this word also denotes Maa Prakriti (Mother nature) in her manifest and non-manifest states in addition to denoting the Devi Siddhant (or the feminine or pristine-divinity principle) …

The word “Para” also means “beyond, beyond the beyond and it also means beyond all that is known, imaginable and visualizable as beyond” …

This word also relates to Para Prakriti (or beyond-nature or even supreme nature of nature) … The same Para Prakriti is also addressed as the ninth sphere of macrocosmic creation (in Hinduism) and she is also addressed as “cloud-nine” in Buddhism …

This word also relates to the pristine divinity principle or Devi Siddhant or Shakti Siddhant or supreme motherly principle …

This word also relates to the Absoluteness of the Absolute-being or the pristine-beingness of the Absolute-being …

And in its finality, this word is directly related to Adi Parashakti (Primordial-beyond-divinity) in all her states … Thus this word also relates to all that is stated as Parashakti (Beyond divinity or supreme divinity), Adi-Shakti (primordial force), Adi-Devi (or primordial divinity), Parmeshvari (supreme mother), Paramdevi (supreme divinity) by Shakta’s … The word Shakta means those who hold Shraddha in Devi i.e. worshippers of Devi Maa or the mother of allness …

Since this term is related to Prakriti (nature), so it is also related to the 24 element of Samkhya i.e. all that originates from primordial element which Samkhya terms as Prakriti (motherly aspect or mother nature) …

This word also relates to the word Pradhan (or primary nature) of Vedic lore … And is also related to the primordial nature (i.e. Shunya Tattva or essential emptiness) and macrocosmic voidness (Sarva Shunya or voidness of allness) as was prior anything like the manifest macrocosmic creation was originated …

 

With above as a base, now we shall discuss the word Parampara

Because the masculine and feminine (i.e. Shiva and Shakti or Param and Para respectively) are eternally unioned to each other and this union is also such that neither can be distinguished (or separately known) from the other, so the word Parampara which actually is made up of the unioned state of the masculine (Param) and feminine principles (i.e. Para) also denotes the same eternal union … Thus an aspirant who rests within Parampara, eventually gets to the same union (which actually happens within the microcosm of the aspirant itself) …

Just like the sun cannot be distinguished (or known separately) from its light, so is the state of masculine and feminine principles … Due to this reason, within any way of life or system of practice which relates to the word Parampara, (i.e. union of Param and Para or Shiva and Shakti or masculine and feminine principles respectively), these two aspects are one and the same as they cannot be distinguished from each other … As such, that which does not relate to such a non-dual and thus perfect union of masculine and feminine principles, cannot even be termed as a Parampara in the real sense …

And because this word denotes the timelessly (eternally) unioned state of masculine and feminine principles, so the sages had used this word to denote the lineages of Sanatan Dharma because due to the relationship to what is discussed here, origin stage of these lineages only becomes untraceable in history … Thus all those lineages which utilize this word to denote their timeless and thus their eternal states are essentially related to Sanatan Parampara (i.e. timeless tradition) of Sanatan Dharma (eternal way of life) … No other can ever be related to the word which is being discussed here i.e. Parampara …

And since the original stage of union of the masculine and feminine principles as is denoted through the word Parampara, cannot be traced back in history, so only those lineage systems whose origins were untraceable in history were deemed to be a part of Sanatan Vedic Arya Parampara (i.e. the eternal Vedic lineage) … And that system which related to the timelessness of the term Parampara, was addressed as Sanatan Dharma (or eternal way of life) by the Vedic sages … This was also one of the reason for the origin of the word Sanatan Dharma (or eternal way of life) during those very ancient times as were of my much-much earlier incarnations …

The Vedic Sages had also used these two words (i.e. the words “Param and Para”) together (i.e. in the word “Parampara”) so as to denote the non-dual primordial and thus timeless-eternally unioned state of Purusha and Prakriti (i.e. masculine and feminine principle) …

As also since as per the Vedic lore the macrocosmic creation is none other than a self-expression, self-manifestation and self-presence of the same Absolute in its own formless state (as the macrocosmic creation) so due to this reason the macrocosmic creation itself is the pristine-divinity (i.e. Para of our discussion) of the divine or Absolute being (i.e. Param of our discussion) …

Above paragraph denotes the Parampara of macrocosmic creation itself and since the same macrocosmic creation in her subtle impressional-energy state (i.e. Samskarik-Divyata) is also present within each aspirant, so above paragraph also denotes the Parampara of each microcosm itself …

As also, since the divine being itself rests within and around its own divinity i.e. the Maker’s Makings (or the macrocosmic creation) and since the same Maker’s Makings are also present within each aspirant, so the Parampara is also denoting the united condition of the divine being and its own divinity within the Maker’s Makings (macrocosm) and her each microcosm … Thus the word Parampara is also denoting the eternal unity of the microcosm to the macrocosm and vice-versa …

Due to this reason, the entire macrocosmic creation (or Maker’s Makings) and her each microcosm is also denoting the same Parampara only … And due to being based in Parampara, so their original origin is also not traceable in history …

And since its original origin is not traceable, so its end is also unknown (incalculable) and it was due to this reason, cyclic nature of time is stated in Vedic lore as there really is no end of time of anything …

This is why the Vedas say, everything is eternal and it is also states that matter and energy are interconvertible … This is due to the fact that when matter ends, it reaches back its primordial energy state and thus in such a condition the mattered state is found to be dissipated or dissoluted … And when that’s same energy condenses back or turns grosser, it again forms mattered states, which as such denotes the origination phase of the macrocosmic creation or her any microcosm … Thus in reality, even within a dissoluted state, the same matter continues to exist in its own primordial energy state because of the fact that Devi (divinity principle or activity principle of energy principle) is an eternal one only …

Due to the perfect union of the masculine and feminine principles within the macrocosmic creation it is never possible to know the divine in a state which is separate from its own divinity … And it is due to this reason as far as the macrocosmic creation is concerned, Brahm (or Absolute or the divine being or masculine principle) itself is the Brahmand (macrocosmic creation i.e. the manifested and unmanifested state of the feminine principle) …

Above is only because of the fact that Brahmand (macrocosmic creation) itself is the self-expressed, self-manifested self-presence of the same Brahm (or Absolute) as the macrocosmic creation (Brahmand) itself … Thus the macrocosmic creation (or Brahmand) is none other than a macrocosmic state of the same Maker (Brahman) itself …

Thus the only way to know Brahman (Absolute) whilst resting within the macrocosmic creation (Brahmand), is to observe the knowledge-conscious-activity principle of the macrocosmic creation itself and then take an inference of Brahman (because these principles are of none other than the Brahman and the Brahmand itself)*** …

*** Explaining *** of above paragraph …

  • Conscious principle is of the divine (i.e. Brahman or Param) …
  • Activity principle is of divinity (i.e. Shakti or Devi or feminine principle or Para) …
  • Knowledge principle unites these two (i.e. knowledge is the Parampara) … So that system or way of life which does not rest within partless knowledge of allness and thus does not rest within the intrinsic-pluralism and essential-monism, which itself is of the supreme genus of the Maker’s Makings, is not even a Parampara from the point of view of the ancient and original meaning of this term …
  • So due to above … To know Brahman (Param) and Devi (Para) the assistance of knowledge which relates to the timeless Parampara (of Sanatan Dharma) is ever required during any of the three times and I say this because of the fact that only Sanatan Parampara holds the fullness of this union within it …

As also since the union of masculine (Param) and feminine (Para) principles only leads to direct self-realization of the Shunya Brahman (i.e. Zero Infinite, Infinite Zero, which as such is the original self-expression of the Maker) and that too through the path of Nirbija-Samadhi (i.e. the seedless trance which we have already discusses in an earlier topic) and since Shunya Brahman is the original self-expression of the Absolute, so this word “Parampara” only denotes the finality of evolutionary standing of any aspirant and prior that aspirant finally exits out of allness and her each part … This is because the word Parampara eventually relates to Shunya Brahman, which itself is the originals elf-expression of the Maker of allness and thus Shunya Brahman also denotes the stage that is just prior the aspirant enters into Kaivalya Moksha (Kaivalya Moksha means the final liberation due to full and permanent isolation from allness and her each part) …

As such, within the perfect union of the two terms i.e. Param and Para, is self- realized the ever-same “Infinite-Zero, Zero-Infinity”, which as such is the final state of evolution that is just prior a final exit from allness and her each part … And since Shunya Brahman itself is the original self-expression of Brahman (we had already discussed this in an earlier topic of “As IT self-expressed itself”), so Parampara eventually relates to the same original self-expression of the Absolute itself (i.e. Parampara eventually relates to Shunya Brahman) …

Continuing with above paragraph … And since Shunya Brahman is the original state of the Maker’s Makings, so since the word Parampara eventually relates to Shunya Brahman itself, so Parampara cannot even hold any prejudice to anything that rests within the Maker’s Makings … This is because of the fact that since everything originated after the stage of Shunya-Brahman, so Shunya-Brahman in turn becomes the great-grandmother of all that ever is begun within the Maker’s Makings and due to this reason, it cannot even hold any prejudice to anything which itself is originated from it … Thus is the importance of the word Parampara as was given by highly evolved sages of much ancient times …

Within the vast Lore’s of Sanatan Dharma, the same “Zero-Infinite, Infinite-Zero (or Shunya Brahman)” was also stated as the following …

  • Bhagwan Vishwakarma in Vedas (i.e. by Brahmins) …
  • Sadashiva in Shaiva Tantra’s (i.e. worshippers of Shiva Bhagwan) …
  • Sriman Naaraayana by Vaishnavas (i.e. worshippers of Sri Vishnu) …
  • Parmeshvara and Parmeshvari by Ishwarvadi (believers of any masculine and feminine deities respectively) …
  • And during the original commencement and each re-commencement state of the macrocosmic creation (i.e. when the earlier creator ends his destined lifetime and then a newer creator re-originates the macrocosmic creation from its then dissoluted state), then it is within the same Shunya Brahman that “Hiranyagarbha Brahma (i.e. the golden womb of creation)” self-manifests … Thus Hiranyagarbha is also related to the same Parampara only … Hiranyagarbha also denotes the original-light of Maker’s Makings … It was due to this reason that the Saurya Parampara (or Hiranyagarbha Parampara) was arrived … The word Saurya Parampara means the tradition of followers of sun or light …
  • And since the same Zero-Infinite, Infinite-Zero (i.e. Shunya Brahman) is also denoting the condition of a perfect union of the primordial-empty state of nature (i.e. Shunya-Tattva or essential-emptiness or simply the Zero) and the original-fullness (i.e. Brahman or Infinite), so this state also denotes the non-dual union of masculine and feminine principles (i.e. Param and Para respectively) … This is because when resting within Shunya-Brahman, Zero itself is the Infinite and Infinite itself is the Zero and thus neither can be distinguished from each other … Thus even the original self-expression of the Absolute (i.e. Shunya-Brahman) relates to the word Parampara of our discussion …
  • And within the Shakta Parampara (i.e. worshippers of feminine principle), the same Shunya-Brahman also denotes the primary divinity (Shakti or Devi Siddhant) of the Absolute being and thus this state (or Shunya-Brahman) is also related to the Shakta Parampara of Sanatan Dharma …

And because these two (masculine or Param and feminine or Para) are timeless states, so even their timelessly-unioned state (or Parampara) is also based within the same undefined timelessness … Due to this reason, the origin of Sanatan Parampara (or Sanatan Dharma) is not traceable in history and thus it has been termed such (i.e. termed as Sanatan Dharma or the eternal way of life, here and beyond) …

Since the macrocosmic creation also denotes the greatest union of masculine (Param) and feminine (Para) only, so due to this reason, the greatest manifest state of Parampara is none other than the macrocosmic creation (Maker’s Makings) itself … It was also due to this reason, that macrocosmic creation was termed as divine by the Vedic sages …

Continuing with above paragraph … And since the macrocosmic creation is eternally related to the Vedic Parampara due to the fact that the macrocosmic creation is also an eternally unioned macro-state of masculine and feminine principles, so Vedic Lore also has paths where macrocosmic creation and her hierarchical ever changeful parts can be made a ladder of evolution so as to self-realize the attributeless-infinite being (Brahman) … Thus there has been cases where the Vedic sages had utilized the elements of nature to self-realize the Absolute being (there are many such cases listed in the Vedic lore) …

And because the Maker’s Makings also denote the perfectly united condition of the divine being (Param) and its divinity (Para), so it is also denoting the Parampara only …

Due to the vast scopes of applicability of this term (i.e. Parampara) and its two- parts (I.e. Param and Para), any state or path which restricts itself to a set of fixed codes, cannot be termed as Parampara as per the Sanatan Dharma …

Thus basis above paragraph … All that is as an individualistic )monotheistic) system, is not a part of Parampara and that which is not a part of the term Parampara, is never based upon an absolute-completeness (whole or full) … And that which is not based upon the absolute fullness, never leads to a long lasting inner-calm (within the aspirants or adherents) and outer-peace (within the environment or the world) … It is due to this reason no individualism (monotheism of any sort) has ever held the capacity to lead to a long lasting state of inner and outer peace within the world and this itself is the reason for all forms and formless individualisms to be nothing but harbingers of cyclic chaos of one or another type …

Continuing further …

Any system which is not based upon the intrinsically-pluralistic yet essentially-monist state of the Maker’s Makings, cannot be termed as Parampara because such a system has no ability to continue till eternity of the Maker’s Makings and it is due to this reason, all systems which are not a part of Parampara, always have end-time theories and where that end is also pretty early, say after a millennium or a few millenniums only … Thus those systems which are not based upon the meaning of Parampara, never hold theories of an eternally cyclic nature of time … And because of this reason, such ones have no scientific base also (this point of a scientific base shall be proved through many derivations within a later topic of Kaalchakra) … And this lack of a scientific base is what makes these systems more imaginary that realistic …

Due to above reasons, only Sanatan Dharma is a Paramparik system … As also, only a Paramparik tradition is based within and upon the all the aspects of the eternal being (as were discussed in the earlier topic, “as IT eventually became”) … And those systems which are not based upon what is stated here are very temporary ones, especially when we consider their limited time spans of existence as compared to the timeless eternity of the Maker’s Makings (macrocosmic creation) …

Thus basis above …

Parampara is that which is based upon the non-dual union of the absolute-masculine to the primordial-beyond and thus pristine feminine principle (i.e. a non-dual union of Param and Para) … This is what leads to a state where their union is such that that “one-is-the-other” and where neither can be distinguished separately from the other … This state of non-dual union of the Param and Para, is what Parampara really means from an esoteric point of view … Such a system can never be any other than that which is pluralistic yet monist and which eventually leads to the perfect non-duality itself … And since these masculine and feminine principles are also existent within the macrocosm and her each microcosm, so the Parampara which only relates to this union, can only be an omnipresent one …

That which does not account for the non-dual union of these two, i.e. divine and its divinity (or Param and Para respectively) and that too within their vastly pluralistic yet monistic nature as is within the macrocosmic creation, is not a part of Parampara which is being discussed here …

And that which is not resting within the meaning of the term Parampara, cannot even be eternal-infinite-omnidirectional-omnipresent and in such a case, it also cannot be omnipotent-omniparient-omniscient-omnifarious-omnicompetent … And any system which does not rest within the meaning of the word Parampara which is being discussed here, can never ever hold the capacity to turn an age cycle into a golden age of man (Manav Satyuga) and that too within the middle of a divine degenerate age cycle (Deva Kaliyuga) itself …

Continuing with above paragraph … It is due to this reason, whenever the inauguration phase of an age of sages (Guru-Yuga)*** arrives, the timeless lineage of the great-grandmother of all philosophies (i.e. Sanatan Parampara of Sanatan Dharma) always starts waking up from her long slumber of almost nine millenniums and then her systems also begin spreading all over the world and where this spread is always commenced through the stage of spread of Yoga Tantra itself …

*** Explaining *** of above paragraph … The Guru Yuga (or age of sages) is the human golden age cycle (Manav Satyuga) that runs within the larger cycle of a divine degenerate age (i.e. Deva Kaliyuga) …

Thus all later systems which had manifested after the great-grandmother of all philosophies (i.e. Sanatan Dharma) went into her cyclic sleep (on/around 6990 BC) are not falling within the purview’s of this term Parampara because at this time, the great-grandmother of all philosophies was sleeping … As also a fact that during her state of cyclic sleep, Parampara cannot be re-established, re-manifested or refreshed except through an Avatar of a Vedic deity itself …

And after the great-grandmother of all philosophies (i.e. Sanatan Dharma) starts waking up (This started around 2082 AD – 108 years i.e. around 1974 AD, +/- 1 to 2.7 years) these later systems also begin feeling the heat and thus start becoming internally chaotic prior their chaos spills outside (i.e. spills within that world) … This is also the stage where Atheism within earlier individualism (monotheism) becomes the fastest growing sect and thus to save itself, individualism (monotheism of any sort) tries to expand itself to other parts of the world (but this is only a temporary phase as the little-candle always glows brightest prior it finally extinguishes) … This world has already moved into this stage around the above stated time itself …

By above paragraph I mean that during the coming decades which as such denote an initial run up to the incoming age of sages, there shall only be two choices with all forms of individualism … And these choices shall be as stated here …

  • First is that they change and turn towards pluralistic-monism as is to be within the incoming Guru-Yuga … But this is only of Sanatan Dharma, because no other system has ever held it during the entire history of the Maker’s Makings …
  • And if the first is not adopted, then the second option would kick in where these later systems shall start becoming so chaotic (internally and externally) that they would eventually exit out of this world …
  • And because cycles of ages are eternal and they also have the same effects, so as far as this run up to any of the Guru-Yuga’s is concerned, there has never been any third option, especially during the stage when the age cycles begin turning to the age of sages … This world is already resting at this phase of time cycles and very soon we would be seeing end of all individualism and humanity adopting pluralistic-monism as their way of life … This is not my prediction, but is a fact that humanity would see by virtue of their own survival needs and which shall also be due to the change from the presently running human age cycle (i.e. human age of trinity or Manav Tretayuga) to the incoming age of sages (or Guru-Yuga) …
  • As also a fact that whenever the stage of change towards an “age of sages (i.e. Guru-Yuga)”arrives, then the process of change of ways of life is always led by Sanatan Dharma because this is the only system which holds this capability …

 

CC … Bharata … Bharat …

Vedic sages had taken the Parampara a bit further and thus had also named it as Bharata …

Bharata was not a name that was taken from the name of younger brother of Lord Raam (i.e. 7th Avatar of Sri Bhagwan Vishnu) or a king or a sage of ancient times …

Within those very-very ancient times the sages had given this name (or Bharat) to the land of India, due to the eternal-relation of its knowledge systems to the macrocosmic creation, its each part and to their timeless-undefined Parampara itself …

This word Bharata also denotes the union of the “divine being and its divinity” … Or in other words, this term denoted the eternal union of the “being and its beingness or self-luminous and its self-existent luminosity or simply Paramdeva and Paramdevi” … It is to all these aspects and more, that the term Bharat is related to …

This union denotes the eternal-oneness of “That who is addressed as all and to that who is known as its own primordial allness” and thus this term denotes the “primordial-ever-allness of that who is the eternal-ever-all” and that too in such a state that neither can be distinguished from the other and thus both are within their perfect eternal non-dual union (i.e. Yoga) …

And because the knowledge and systems of “that ever-all and its own ever-allness” had originated from this landmass of India, so during those ancient times, this land (or India) was also considered as the representative of this oneness of allness and thus was addressed as Bharata by those ancient self-realized, all-realized sages who had named it thus …

But this term Bharata also has deeper meanings from the point of view of Param and Para (i.e. masculine and feminine principles) …

 

 

The word Bharata from the point of view of Param (masculine principle or the divine principle)

Now we shall discuss the term Bharata as was given by the self-realized, all-realized Sages and that too from the point of view of Param (or masculine principle or the divine principle) …

From the point of view of the Param (divine principle), this word Bharata denotes the Deva Siddhanta (or divine principle) or the Fatherly principle (masculine principle) as follows …

The first syllable of Sanskrit word Bharata is “Bha” … “Bha” is the short form of the word Bhagwan** (or Lord) and this syllable only relates to the supreme preserver (preserving energy or preservation principle) of allness I.e. Sri Bhagwan Vishnu (Sriman Naaraayana) … Thus this word “Bha” relates to the macrocosmic preserving principle …

“Bha” is also the sound which is heard when the consciousness of aspirant exits out of the 8th plexus (as is stated in one of the Mantras of Atharvaveda) and which is also termed as Niralambasthana (i.e. the independent place) and Niralamb chakra (or the independent plexus) within the ancient Siddha sciences of Sanatan Dharma … And since this plexus rests within Shunya-Brahman, which itself denotes Sriman Naaraayana, so this word “Bha” was used as a symbolic syllable for Sriman Bhagwan Naaraayana (or the supreme preservation principle) itself …

But prior we proceed any further, we need to discuss what the word Bhagwan** (Lord or Sriman Naaraayana) really means …

** Bhagwan is also made up of five syllables and each syllable denotes the state as have been described below …

** The syllable “Bh” (of the word Bhagwan) means Bhu or macro-elemental-earth (Prithvi Mahabhoot or Bhu Mahabhoot) … Thus it was during ancient times, that when the supreme being spoken the word “Bhu” the macro-elemental earth (i.e. Prithvi Mahabhoot or Bhu Mahabhoot) was self-manifested …

** The syllable “A” (of Bhagwan) means macro-elemental-fire (Agni Mahabhoot or Aag Mahabhoot) and it also means macro-elemental-light (i.e. Prakash Mahabhoot) or macro-elemental luminosity (Tejas Mahabhoot) …

** The syllable “Ga” denotes Gagan (or Macro-elemental ether or Akasha Mahabhoot or Gagan Mahabhoot) …

** The next syllable “Va” means Vayu (or macro-elemental-air or Vayu Mahabhoot) …

** And the last syllable “Na” means Neer or macro-elemental-water (or Neer Mahabhoot or Jal Mahabhoot or Aapah Mahabhoot or the subtle-macrocosmic ocean) …

** Thus the term Bhagwan as is stated in Sanskrit lore, denotes the non-egoistic-lord of these five macro-elements and where these five macro-elements (Panch-Mahabhoot) itself are the base of the entire macrocosmic creation …

 

Now we come to the second syllable of the Sanskrit word Bharata i.e. Ra

This seed syllable denotes “Rudra (i.e. Rudra Deva” … This is for the destroyer of filth and rejuvenator of goodness … Thus the word Ra, refers to the macrocosmic rejuvenating principle and it is heard in the 101st or the golden channel which rises beyond the 7th plexus (or the thousand petalled plexus or Brahmarandra chakra) and which also denotes the seeded state of the Shiva Taraka Mantra (liberating Mantra of Shiva) which is also known as “Raam Naad (or sound of Ram)” …

Deviating a bit …

This sound of Raam (or Raam Naad) when heard in the 101st channel is composed of two parts which are as follows …

  • First is of the endless sound of RRRRRAAAAA … This sound is as follows …
  • This is the strongest sound of the Maker’s Makings …
  • This sound within the golden colored 101st channel, is directly related to the sound of the golden colored Tatpurusha face of Sadashiva, who as such is also known as Maheshwara Shiva (in Sanatan Agama Lore) and the same is also addressed as Hiranyagarbha Brahma in Vedas …
  • And within ancient India and Egypt, the same was also addressed as the solar deity who was addressed as “RA” …
  • And the same sound is also a part of the Tibetan pantheon of 100 Buddha’s …
  • RA originally denoted the original sound of the Absolute being (Parambrahma) as this is the sound of Akasha Mahabhoot (macro-elemental ether) which as such was in the state of Shunya-Brahman, when Hiranyagarbha Brahma (or the golden womb of creation) self-manifests within that infinite space (or Shunya-Brahman) … And the same also happens when an aspirants consciousness travels to the 8th plexus (or Ashtama Chakra as is stated in an Atharvaveda Mantra, Chapter 10) …
  • All above eventually relate to the parental Vedic lore and especially to Atharvaveda as this is from where this knowledge was originally distributed to the world …

 

  • Second sound is of endless “Ummmmm” … This sound was stated as follows during the very ancient times …
  • This sound denotes the “Brahmnaad or the original sound of the macrocosmic creation” …
  • And in Yoga Tantras, this same sound is termed as “Brahmri (in Pranayama) …
  • The word “Brahmri” means the sound which relates to the eternal-consort of RA (or the supreme-being i.e. Brahm) … This eternal consort of RA was termed as RI … Thus in their unioned states was the word Brahmri where Ra was denoting Brahm (or the supreme being or Brahman) and RI was denoting the pristine divinity of Brahman (I.e. Brahmini or Maa Shakti or Maa Adi-Parashakti) … And in their eternal non-dual-union, was the original sound of their ecstasy of union which was termed as “Brahmand (or the original sound of the macrocosmic creation)” …

This sound of Raam (Raam Naad) which denotes the Taraka Mantra (or the liberating Mantra) of my Paramguru Shiva, shall be discussed in a later topic and that too with paintings …

Resuming again …

Now we come to the third syllable of Bharata i.e. Ta … This stands for the Sanskrit word “Taat” or grand-parent principle or the originating principle and thus it denotes the grandfather of allness or the creator of allness (i.e. Pitamah Brahma Ji as he is also addressed in the Vedic lore) …

 

Thus basis above discussions … From the masculine point of view i.e. from the point of view of the word Param, the word “Bharata means the state of perfect union of the “Preserving-Rejuvenating-Originating principles” (i.e. union of the Vedic trinity … Or the union of Vishnu, Shiva and Brahma) …

In above paragraph, just note the following …

  • The preserving principle (i.e. seed syllable Bha) is the origin state …
  • The rejuvenating principle (i.e. seed syllable Ra) is in the middle state and thus it unites the two ends of this term …
  • And the origination principle (i.e. seed syllable Ta) is the end state …
  • Thus was the original placement of the trinity, where left one is Sri Bhagwan Vishnu, Middle one is Paramguru Shiva and on the right is Pitamah Brahma Ji … Any other than this, is not of Bharata … But this concept was amended during history (after India was conquered by barbarian forces that has originated closer to the nadir phase of precession cycles) …

 

Thus from the point of view of Param (or masculine principle or Deva), this word “Bharata” also denotes the eternally-united-non-dual state of the preserving-rejuvenating-originating principles of macrocosmic creation (I.e. the Makers Makings) …

And thus this word “Bharata (Bharat)” also denotes the eternal-unity of the primary masculine-trinity of Vedic lore and where these three are nothing but direct self-expressions of the same attributeless-infinite being (i.e. Nirgun Nirakaar Brahm) …

 

So basis above points …

I would request the interested aspirants to do a proper self-analysis upon the word Bharata (Bharat) and where this self-analysis should be upon the “placement of the three principles” in the word Bharata and thence come out with your own assessments, as to why was this sequence adopted by the self-realized, all-realized Vedic sages in naming this landmass India, as Bharata (Bharat) …

And then do a further analysis on how are these “three principles which have been placed in their specific sequence” in the word Bharata (Bharat), eventually related to each microcosm and macrocosm that has ever begun within the Maker’s Makings …

Once you know the answers of the above questions, then you shall also know the original Parampara and Sampradaya of this world and just as it was during those long-gone and well-past ancient times that are beyond all your known, imaginable and visualizable history …

And only after this analysis would anybody appreciate the reason for sages to name this landmass as Bharata in addition to knowing the meaning of Bharata which relates to the conscious and knowledge principles of the Maker’s Makings (i.e. the macrocosmic creation) …

 

The word Bharata from the point of view of Para (feminine principle or the divinity principle)

Now we come to a stage where we need to understand this Sanskrit word Bharata as was given by self-realized, all-realized Sages and this understanding shall be from the point of view of the “Para (or feminine principle) of the earlier discussed word “Parampara” …

Here we shall be discussing this from the point of view of the feminine principle (or the motherly principle of macrocosmic creation) or the Devi Maa Siddhanta (i.e. Divinity principle) …

 

The first seed syllable, i.e. Bha means Bhava or desires or feelings or emotions … This is of each animate-microcosm who rests within the macrocosmic creation and these also relate to the macrocosmic creation … Bha is related to all parts of macrocosmic speciology (i.e. animate, inanimate, supra-animate and supra-inanimate parts) because these are also applicable to our present discussion …

The second seed syllable Ra means Raaga, which means sound or Naad or vibration or song … This is of the macrocosm and is also of each microcosm, as each state has its own vibration and thus a particular seed syllable or seeded sound is always found in each state …

The third seed syllable “Ta” means Taala or movements or dance of mattered states or “the dance of bliss” of allness and her each part  which comes when the animated microcosm begins dancing in synchronous-synergistic-systemic state to the eternal-dance of the ever moving and thus the ever changeful macrocosmic creation … This means when ways of life of the microcosm come in line with the ways of life of the macrocosmic creation, then this leads to the state of “dance of bliss” for that microcosm … So, this seed syllable is related to the entirety of all dances of all parts of the macrocosmic creation (i.e. each part of the macrocosmic speciology) and thus this term also relates to all that has ever begun within the Maker’s Makings …

Continuing with above paragraph … When the perfect synchronism (resonance) arrives between the microcosm and the macrocosm, then it also denotes the state of inner bliss and outer peace for that microcosm (i.e. aspirant) …

Continuing with above paragraph … And at the same time, this seed syllable “Ta” which means Taala (dance of bliss) is also denoting the principle of eternal changefulness of all that ever is and simultaneously also denoting the eternity of movements of all that is and this itself is in addition to denoting the eternal changefulness of all parts of allness which in turn denotes the need of acceptance of change whenever it may be needed by any microcosm …

Thus basis above discussions …

From the feminine principle of macrocosmic creation, the word Bharat (or Bharata) only means, the perfect unity, synchronism of Bhava-Raaga-Tala i.e. united synchronism of feelings (emotions and desires) — sound (or song of eternal life or vibration of timeless lifetimes) — movement (blissful dances of matter and mattered states) …

Thus the term Bharata (Bharat) from the point of view of the feminine principle denotes a perfect synchronism between feelings-sound-movement of all that is existing within any part of the macrocosmic creation … And this itself is because all that is existing, only ends up resting within the essence of the term Bharata (Bharat) of our current discussion …

Due to this reason, even the macrocosmic creation (multi-universe which was termed as “cosmic egg of the creator i.e. Brahmand”) was addressed as Bharata by self-realized, all-realized Vedic Sages of Vedic lore …

And that landmass where the knowledge of allness and her each part, had firstly arrived within the current Brahma Kalpa (i.e. day-time of Brahma), was also addressed as the same Bharata only …

Thus as far as the innermost meanings of Parampara and Bharata are concerned, these two words mean the same thing which as such is the eternally united state of the masculine and feminine principles i.e. the eternal non-dual union of Absolute and its Absoluteness or divine and its own divinity or the supreme being and its pristine beingness or the Maker (Brahm) and its Makings (i.e. macrocosmic creation or Maker’s Makings or Vishvaroop Brahma or Brahmand) …

Thus basis all above …

That which is of Parampara (Timeless-Tradition), can only be of Bharata (India) and that which is of Bharata, can only be based within the essence of the term Sampradaya … Thus that which is not of Sampradaya, is of none of the above …

From the time the Indian civilization went away from the concept as is stated in above paragraph, they also went into a downward spiral of everything that was related to them, important to them and thus was of them …

And when this happened, then the other divisive individualistic systems started expanding within this world, which in turn led to a continuous state of chaos that kept cyclically manifesting within all ways and walks of life of humans …

Thus the only way to end this chaos, is through a state where humans enter back into the essence of Sampradaya, which shall lead to timeless Parampara and eventually make the world rest within the essence of the term Bharata as is discussed here … Until Indian civilization which always leads the world into the golden age of man (i.e. age of sages) take this lead, this world can forget about a golden age of man to manifest in this world …

Irrespective of what anybody may think otherwise, during history of this planet, all knowledge systems that have ever related to allness and its each part and have simultaneously related to that which pervades and envelopes allness and its each part, were originally-originated and were also re-established from this very land mass of Bharata (India) only … And this text is definitely no different from what is stated here …

As also a fact that during history all systems that relate to the intrinsic pluralism and essential monism of the macrocosmic creation (i.e. the united state of divine and divinity) were also originated from this very landmass that was called as Bharata by the self-realized, all-realized Sages of ancient Sanatan Vedic Arya Lore … And since during those timelessly ancient days, Aryans were present all over the world, so there could never have been an Aryan Invasion as is claimed by some ignorant ones …

And also a fact that all systems which relate to inward paths and unity of the inward to the outward aspects, were also originated in this very landmass that was called as Bharata by the self-realized, all-realized Sages of Vedic lore because this aspect is intrinsic to Parampara and Sampradaya of Bharat …

And on the contrary, all individualistic systems that were leading to dualism of one or another sort (with other individualistic systems) and thus made humans enter into a cyclic state of chaos that eventually spreads across all ways and walks of life, have always originated beyond the landmass of Bharata (India) … Such systems have never originated from Bharat …

And finally … Within the entire history of Sanatan Dharma, there has not been a single self-realized, all-realized sage who had closed his sense organs to all the nonsense that was happening within the world when he had also walked this planet … This was also because of the fact that all the paths of Sanatan Dharma are eventually based upon Yoga (Yoga Tantras) and where the finality of Yoga is of “Brahmand Yoga (union to allness and her each part)” and its path itself is through “Brahmand Dharana (an inner-oneness to allness and her each part)” so when anybody is based upon what is stated here, then turning a blind eye to nonsense that is present within a world, is also an utter impossibility …

It was only due to the above stated reason that none of the sages of Sanatan Dharma could ever close their eyes to all the nonsensical systems that were present during their times also … And because these sages could not turn their eye away, so they also remained with no choice but to correct that nonsense of their times … This text would be no different from what is stated here …

The world never degenerates due to a shortage of better ones within it … In fact degeneration is only when the better ones don’t do what is to be done at the time when they are present in the world …

Degeneration of human age cycles is always through external (or outward) paths i.e. Paths of egoistic Gods/Satan’s which as such take humanity away from their own innermost pristine essence (Atman) …

Golden ages only arrive through inward-paths i.e. those paths which lead to self-realization …

Thus was told by the Vedic sages that “those who leave the pristine jewel which is within them (i.e. their own innermost essence or Atman) and thence begin running after external aspects (like God’s-Satan’s, materials-immaterial etc.) have always ended up with broken pieces of mere glasses (i.e. inconsequential things) … The present state of humanity is a stark proof of an absolute-correctness of this statement … And this statement also holds the path of correction of the present nonsense, that humanity has gotten into …

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The Little Student

Irrespective of what may be apparent to any aspirant of now or ever, within the current transmigrated incarnation I remain as a little student of the Absolute.

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