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Saturday 28 September 2019

Death of dear-one is very painful. How common people look at this death? How leaders, kings, mahatma, Sadhguru look at this death? How paramatma himself look at this death? An Analysis

When someone close to them dies, they suffer unexplained mental anguish..

They lose their self-confidence ...

Even if they wish, they can't be happy for some time period.

For some people, dear-one's death sometime causes make them mentally ill, paralyzed through out their life.

They suffer this pain through out their lifetime.

Leaders, kings
When someone close to them dies, they get depressed but don't get mentally or physically tired.

They don't have just a few, but the closest ones are several thousand. 

Although they have lost one dearest one, they do not lose the excitement when they see other closest ones who surround them.
They don't loss confidence.

They don't get tired or slow down.

None of the work get struck because of them.

They understand that "death is inevitable".
Seeing thousands of others close by and dear-ones cheering .. they immediate start running for them.

Here's the secret we need to know:
If common people do not have the self-power to withstand the loss of dear-one they have and maturity, they should try to enlarge their close circle to balance the loss.

"By love, by help, by individual human discipline," one must try to bring human minds to come closer together to enlarge their close dear-ones circle to balance the loss.

The more the common people spreads and enlarges relationships and enlarge their close circle, the more easy to handle dear-one's death very quickly and emerge from such inevitable losses.

Mahatma and Gyani
When someone close to them dies, they get worried, but they clearly understand the fact that soul is immortal and body is mortal and will get spoiled at one stage.

Mahatma understand the real fact that "Upto this day, Jeevan (Soul), who had been close to him, resided in this body had just left this body. That's it"

'To attain moksha (eternal world) or even better next rebirth life' 
mahatma reads holy scripts of Bhagavatam and bhajan on Lord Narayana (Nama Sangeethanam), and help that departed soul for better after life.
Even when his close-knit Mahatma leaves his body, the Mahatma do not lose their self-confidence.

They do not lose their Joy.

They do not change their actions.

They always stay with true knowledge of soul and body. They are Mahatma. They are Gyani.

Those who even are fortunate to see such Mahatma with naked eyes, will also acquire that attitude and maturity to handle death of dear-one's in their own life.

Such is the divine presence of Mahatma
It is only in Bharat soil, such great Mahatma, Gyani are incarnated.

Mahatma (Gyani) who is also SadhGuru (Teacher to Soul)
Even when the closest person dies, the mahatma simply understand the fact that the soul is immortal and body is mortal and will get spoiled at one stage.

Mahatma don't get grieved by this wisdom itself.

In Addition,
When a Mahatma became a Guru, he gains thousands of devotees who have accept him as his Guru.

Mahatma by his own wisdom itself, don't get grieved of dear-one's death. 
If a Mahatma is surrounded by thousands of devotees, they accept some close devotees loss as well wisely who attain moksha (death).

When one says that Mahatma will not grieve over death by his true wisdom (soul never dies), it does not hurt the Guru, who is also a Mahatma and surrounded by thousands of close devotees around him.

Having Such SadhGuru who is also a Mahatma is the greatest gift for a common people for his life. 
It is a privilege to have such a “Sadh Guru” who himself is a Mahatma.

  • Having such Sadhguru (who is also Mahatma), will make all good things available to us.
  • Having such Sadhguru (who is also Mahatma), will give us maturity to deal with situations and maturity to understand him and god.
  • Having such Sadhguru (who is also Mahatma), will remove the greatest challenges that are ahead of us before it hit us.
  • Having such Sadhguru (who is also Mahatma), is the result of millions of good deeds we have incurred from our million of previous births. 

Lord Narayana (Supreme God)
When a devotee who is very close to him dies, Narayana himself feels worried but he knows the fact that the soul is immortal and body is mortal and will get spoiled at one stage.

Paramathma (Supreme God) brings that departed soul into himself and gives his own eternal world "Vaikunda".  
Those soul who reaches his eternal world "Vaikunda" will never born again in any of the 14 worlds starting from Brahma loka, till Paatala loka.  

14 loka (world) are :

  • Brahma Loka(Sathya Loka), Thapa Loka, Jana Loka, Makara Loka (Star world), 
  • Swarga Loka (Heaven), Bhuva Loka, 
  • Bhu Loka (Earth),
  • Athala, Vithala, Suthala, Rasaathala, Thalaathala, Mahaathala, Paathala (7 Hell Worlds)

The Death of the Mahatma in the eyes of Paramathma (Supreme God), is a bliss to him.
Paramathma (Supreme God) sees this as chance to take that devoted soul to himself to his Eternal World (Vaikunda).

Even if the departed soul who is devoted to him in this birth, but not eligible to reach his eternal world (Vaikunda) yet, Lord Narayana gives another life which is more wonderful than that existed life, and gives him a life and family which enhances his devotion towards him, which make him eligible to reach his eternal world (Vaikunda)

After accepting the soul to Vaikunda, his abode, Lord Narayana do not allow that soul to born again in any of the 14 worlds.

Lord Narayana allows that soul to do all kinds of worships that he was doing in his birth in earth in Vaikunda as well in his presence. He imparts an everlasting happiness feeling and tireless nature and ever new fresh feeling to keep on continue the divine of worships and darshan of Lord Narayana forever.

The Soul which reached the Vaikunda always in a state of bliss and everlasting darshan of Lord Narayana.

Those Soul who attained Vaikunta (moksha) they take the appearance of "Divya Parshadha"

When Lord Brahma completes his own 100 years tenure, he too departs that post. 
When Lord Brahma life ends, whole 14 worlds gets destroyed. 

Lord Narayana and the soul who attained Vaikunda, eternal world, never gets destroyed. Vaikundam does not perish.

Those who attain moksha, are always with Paramatma. They don't get affected even when Brahma Loka (Sathya Loka) gets destroyed. 

Those who have attained Moksha (Vaikunda), and got "Divya Parshadha" form, they look beautiful at par with Paravasudeva (Supreme God).

Lord Narayana (Supreme God) gives them everything he has.

The soul who attained Moksha (Vaikunda) also appears with four hands, like Narayana, with a counch, sword, chakra.

If they wish, they can go anywhere in any of these 14 lokas and grant any wishes to anyone as they like. Such is the freedom that is given by Lord Narayana to these souls who attained Moksha possess 

SriRamanuja (1017AD-1137AD), the incarnation of Adi Seshan, left his body and went to Moksha (Vaikunda).
There are still millions of "Ramanuja Dasa" even today.

Even today, followers of Ramanuja who meditate him with devotion, get blessing from Sri Ramanuja.

Paramatma Narayana gives "Moksham" to devotees of those who attained moksha (Vaikunda).
Supreme God gives the same rights to his devotees in Vaikunda (Eternal World) to recommend moksha for those souls who worship them. 

Supreme God Narayana, even ready to opens the door of Eternal World (Vaikunda) to devotees of  Ramanuja who even ready to say,"Ramanuja is enough for me"
Such is the love and affection Lord Narayana have on his Devotees in Vaikunda. Ramanuja who himself is Adi Shesha serving God as a Bed is the dearest devotee of Lord Narayana.

'Sriman Narayanan' himself is a form of compassion.

At the death bed, Ajamila, shouted loudly "Narayana... Narayana..." after seeing invisible demi-gods of Hell trying to snatch him (soul) out of the human body.
souls who attained moksha (Vaikunda) appeared in their Dhivya Parshada form and commanded the demi-gods of Hell that "This soul (Ajamila) has the right to reach Vaikunda. Dare not to touch him".

Demi Gods of Hell who never encountered such will, to oppose them in 14 worlds, for frightened by their appearance and command.
They disappeared and reported the incident to Yama Dharma (king of Hell) who is below the Bhu Loka (Earth) i.e., south side of Earth.
Lord Yama politely said "Do not try to snatch that soul anymore. He is Divine. Let the Divine Dhivya Parshada decide his fate".

By Looking at the Dhivya Parshada themselves its obvious to see that look alike of Lord Narayana in Beauty, Divinity, with 4 hands holding sword, counch and chakra.

Ajamila who escaped from the death witnessed this divine conversation between demigods of hell and dhivya parshada. 
Actually, He called his son "Narayana" but not Supreme God Narayana. 

When he got to know just by calling his name mistakenly given him eligibility to attain Vaikunda, he realized the truth, he realized who is the real relation.
After that incident, escaping the death, he dedicated his life by chanting "Narayana.. Narayana" and meditated till he attain his Moksha.

After life, 
Ajamila reached ever lasting Eternal world Vaikunda and accepted "Dhivya Parshada" form. 

By just Chanting "Lord Narayana" name, Ajamila attained moksha.

Narayana gives all his "Aishwarya" (wealth) and right of give blessing to anyone by all souls who attained Moksha.

We may think.."If Lord Narayana have gives all his Aishwarya and right to bless anyone, will that make everyone who attained Moksha is also Paramathma (Supreme God)?..  How can be multiple Supreme God with equal powers?.. Will this make Chaos?"

Yes, Lord Narayana, gives Divine form of himself to all souls who attained Vaikunda.
Yes, Lord Narayana, gives even his appearance, counch, chakra, sword and ability to bless anyone they wish.
Yes, Lord Narayana, gives liberty to go anywhere around these 14 worlds to all souls who attained Vaikunda.
But, Lord Narayana, holds 2 key treasuries "Kausthuba" and "SriVatsa" with himself alone.
Lord Narayana is the creator of millions of Jeevathma and he is the one holding these Jeevathma (Jivatma).

He dresses the crowd of jivatmas as a "Kaustubum garland".

Jivatmas after several births gets a chance to born as human (Nara). By devotion to Narayana, Jivatma attains moksha (liberation from birth-death cycle).

Paramathma is also known as 'Narayana' as human (Naras) take refuge (Ayana) in Paravasudeva and travel to Moksha.

'Narayanan' is the cause name for Paravasudeva.

“Srivatsam” refers to Mahalakshmi.
All the beauties exist in this world, human bodies, birds, beasts, are just the spills of blessing of Mahalakshmi.

Unlike other souls in Vaikunda, Lord Narayana uniquely wears the "Kausthupam" representing all Jivatma and the "Srivatsam" representing all nature and its beauty.

Paramatma, who is the unlimited joyous soul himself, is one who bears the great responsibility of world administration. 
Jivatma who attained Moksha (Vaikunda) just enjoys all treasuries and blessing. They don't have this big headache of world administration.

Lord Narayana who is the creator of these million of Souls (Jivatma), created these 14 worlds for these souls to born again as brahma, demi gods, human, birds, plants, animals etc.,
For creation administration, he appointed Brahma, 
For protecting adminstration, he himself incarnated as Lord Vishnu,
For destruction, he himself incarnated as 11 Rudras.
By spreading the beautiness which represents Mahalakshmi, he created attraction on material world (Maya) to the millions of souls.
To guide these souls to the path of Dharma (Righteousness) he himself several times incarnated himself into his own creations. 
Such is the large heart of Lord Narayana to reach souls everywhere, everytime.

He incarnated himself in several Vibava Avatars like Narasimha, Vamana, Varaha, Koorma, Lord Krishna, Lord Rama, Lord ParasuRama in all his worlds.
He incarnated himself in several Archa Avatars like in Tirumala, SriRanga, Badri Narayana, Sree Mushnam etc.,

Till all these millions of souls attain Vaikunda by true devotion on him, he plays this ever lasting play of birth-death cycle of the world creation and destruction forever. 

Om Namo Narayana...

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