Tuesday, September 8, 2009


These people are those who renounced the world and the worldly pleasures, their policy in life are slightly different from those who follow the path of sanyasa. These are the worshippers of aghora and bhairav (these two are Roudra or furious forms of Shiva). They consume urine, mala (excreta), shava (dead bodies) which according to them is mandatory for them to be consumed as a part of their diet, because they believe that god created a few process and matter in this world for a reason and those should not be wasted, their principle is to not waste anything that has been created by god in the form of nature, and was done for a purpose and thus should not be wasted. It is believed that they even consume their guru’s or teacher’s corpse as a token of their gratitude and respect, and the person who is dearest to them will consume their guru’s brain as the information stored in the brain will be restored in the one who consumes it and preserves the skull for his further progress to scholar much more vidyas. Though this behavior of theirs was a barbarian act, they were very powerful, even though their habituals are perplexed as they smoke, booze soma rasa and also have sex occasionally(as they consider themselves to be in a position of god, and behave as gods, they do everything god does, like having sex like Shiva does, booze as the devathas – demigods did), they had sex for a reason, as a person when ejaculates his semen will lose interest on sex for a few hours for how much desperate he would be (They should not have such thoughts and if suppose they did, they shouldn’t perform the rituals or poojas to the god with such filthy thoughts in their mind, rather get rid of that by performing the needy), they had a couple of women (dasis or narthakis who also possessed a few powers as the aghories did) with whom they had sex with, this was done to, not divert their mind towards sex and rather dodge the same, they never wished to get in contact with the urbanized version of the world as they wished to live in their own environment with people of similar mindset. There are records of women aghories too. Aghories are different from kapalikas, tantriks, maya vidya praveenas etc, who had the power to enslave the demi-gods and a few other gods too (except hanuman(a monkey god) they say as he is very powerful, at times he was used for the purpose of the same) whom they forced to accomplish the deeds they desired, the question which arises in a few is that, “if this is the case, then what is the use of praying gods who cannot protect themselves?” and yet this ends with a phrase saying “All happens for a reason” a statement to convince one’s self and to build hopes on god.

Though we believe that these aren’t gods who we think that they are but just are assigned jobs to accomplish a few actions in accordance his wish and will, so who is this? This is whom we call the Brahman, the one who has got no shape, no sex, and no abode does this person have nor does he leaves a trace behind of his. He also is called the “Paramathma” (not to confuse this with Brahma). Thrimurthis was his creation to create, protect and destroy as a recurring cycle, who also are mediums to communicate with Brahman (whom we also is recognized as the Vidhi, who designs our destiny of our next birth) and are those through which we see the Brahman and accept Brahman in their forms. To unite our Soul (Athma) with Paramathma (the supreme soul) there are just two steps:

1. Self recognition
2. Self realization

The first 1being Self recognition where one has to recognize himself as to what he is? This needs time and loneliness, with concentration.

The second being Self realization where one after identifying one’s self as to what he is, later should try to understand as to why is he so?

When he gains the answers for these, he conquers the most overwhelming desires in life and can have them under control. Thus his Athma becomes pure without desires, except but pure Bhakthi Bhaav and can have control over mishaps and haps even, which can escalate his Athma to unite with the Paramathma.

The concept of Prethathma and Paramathma: God conveys a message that the one who renounces the world, his Bhav and Bhandhan (relationships and desires) can reach him and solvate in the Paramathma, the supreme soul. When a person renounces all these he will have no choice to think about and devote his life to god. But, when chooses to have all his attention, feelings for a particular pupil or a flock of people, rather having the same on god who created him, is indirectly choosing the latter over god. This act of his/her will make god feel not to accept his/her Athman, as he would not feel like opting for something which did not opt him. As a result this Athman would let to wander as a Prethathma rather submerging with Paramathma.

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