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I am the Alpha and Omega ( Rev. 22:13 ) Theory

The Decay Chain 
 

By Krsnaraja Melvin 
 
The Neptunium series is an example on how to explain why the 8,400,00 species of life transform or metamorphose into other forms of life we know as the reincarnation defined as the transmigration of the soul from one body to another. As the body decays, at death, the soul atomic particle accepts another  body at birth when it becomes stable. A decaying atomic soul, in short , decays with the body it has acquired ( aging ). When the body dies, the decaying atomic particle soul acquires another body to stabilize.

 

Bhagavad-Gita TEXT 17
avinasi tu tad viddhi
yena sarvam idam tatam
vinasam avyayasyasya
na kascit kartum arhati
SYNONYMS
avināśi—imperishable; tu—but; tat—that; viddhi—know it; yena—by whom;sarvam—all of the body; idam—this; tatam—widespread; vināśam—destruction;avyayasya—of the imperishable; asya—of it; na kaścit—no one; kartum—to do;arhati—able.
" Know that which pervades the entire body is indestructible. No one is able to destroy the imperishable soul."
 
PURPORT
 
This soul is described as one ten-thousandth part of the upper portion of the hair point in size.
The Śvetāśvatara Upaniṣad confirms this:
bālāgra-śata-bhāgasya śatadhā kalpitasya ca
bhāgo jīvaḥ sa vijñeyaḥ sa cānantyāya kalpate.
"When the upper point of a hair is divided into one hundred parts and again each of such parts is further divided into one hundred parts, each such part is the measurement of the dimension of the spirit soul." (Svet. 5.9) Similarly, in In
In Srimad Bhāgavatam the same version is stated:
keśāgra-śata-bhāgasya śatāṁśaḥ sādṛśātmakaḥ
jīvaḥ sūkṣma-svarupo 'yaṁ saṅkhyātīto hi cit-kaṇaḥ
"There are innumerable particles of spiritual atoms, which are measured as one ten-thousandth of the upper portion of the hair."
 
 In the Muṇḍaka Upaniṣad the measurement of the atomic spirit soul is further explained:
eṣo 'ṇurātmā cetasā veditavyo
yasmin prāṇaḥ pañcadhā saṁviveśa
prāṇaiś cittaṁ sarvam otam prajānāṁ
yasmin viśuddhe vibhavaty eṣa ātmā.
"The soul is atomic in size and can be perceived by perfect intelligence. This atomic soul is floating in the five kinds of air [prāṇa, apāna, vyāna, samāna and udāna], is situated within the heart, and spreads its influence all over the body of the embodied living entities. When the soul is purified from the contamination of the five kinds of material air, its spiritual influence is exhibited." (Muṇḍ. 3.1.9)
The atomic soul has a mind and body made in the image of its parents. It has taken a personality, specific physical features from the genes it inherited from its biological creators  down to its ancestors. So, we can not blame ourselves if we suffer hypertension, diabetes, asthma etc since these diseases are inherited.  It`s bad karma if they say we are dumb, stupid, ugly, crazy or deformed. Good karma if we are pretty or handsome, bright , talented, rich and hardworking. We actually inherited them from the genes of our parents and forefathers. These are all external. What is internal or eternal is the atomic soul found in everyone of us. If we grow old, its because the atomic soul is decaying ( Alpha ). If the atomic soul stabilizes into an Om particle, the body becomes immortal (Omega) e.g Jesus Christ 
 

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Comment by Krsnaraja Melvin on October 5, 2016 at 9:37am

Dear Grigori Rho Gharveyn, 

Time may differ to a microbe from that of the fly. Time may differ to a human being to that of a cat.  Bodies of living entities undergo decay yet differ from each other how they die. It takes only a second for a microbe to die while it takes more time for a white blood cell. Mentally, a person may perceive time as slow or fast but predictable on the physical self if measured by how old s/he is. Each body according to one`s genetic make up have a time schedule when it comes to dying except when death is caused by accident or homicide.

As far as I know, the brain/mind  are made of neurons responsible for generating thoughts, memories, speech, dreams, intelligence, vision, sense perception, taste, feeling etc. When synchronize, process, integrate to act makes one talk, write, sing, dance, run, walk or jump. Which are actions not done by a tree. Can a tree paint or piss?

They are what we do  all our lives. We think. We voice out. We drink and eat. We make love. We can verbalize and pen on & on with our musing, ramblings which we become expert at simply because we are motivated to earn a living in order to survive. So we make use of what we learn in school, from what we experience in life and what we studied from the school of hard knocks.

But to tell you the truth, there`s really nothing original in what we say and do. Everything is a copy.The brain/mind no matter how far and wide it can go is finite and limited.What is infinite & eternal is the atomic soul. It is transcendental  and inconceivable. It has no end or beginning. It can not die only transform or mutate. So how can one describe an indescribable?

In the beginning there was the word & the word became flesh & dwelt among us. When we come to think of it, we are all but a composition of myriads of words. 

Comment by Grigori Rho Gharveyn on October 5, 2016 at 4:45am

Hi Krsnaraja Melvin,

Thanks for reading our anthology and other works; there are many articles yet to be posted, the curation of our older work is taking far longer than we anticipated, mostly due to difficulty managing the transition from singular to plural personal pronouns, but also due to the gradual evolution of our emergent notions.

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We met Asimov in December of 1981, he was an ass; we nonetheless love his robotics stories, especially the Foundation series.

The evolution of the three laws into a prison for humanity was brilliant; we suspect all laws must inevitably lead to their own antitheses, particularly when rigid adherence is enforced.

Enjoy!  love, the Grigs

Comment by Grigori Rho Gharveyn on October 5, 2016 at 4:27am

Hi Krsnaraja Melvin,

we mentioned a potential discrepancy between our own views regarding reincarnation and some more widely accepted beliefs, especially in context with a concept of time that collapses to a point...

so here goes:

In our view of time, time is a product of consciousness... time may appear to go faster or slower depending upon moods or an interest or lack of interest in events of the moment... subjective time therefor appears to be elastic in spite of seeming to have definite durations when time is measured by the ticks of clocks, the swaying arms of metronomes, or freely swinging pendulums.

According to special relativity time in the universe external to the motion of an observer appears to contract the faster the motion of an observer approaches the speed of light.  Presumably, at the speed of light, time might appear to contract to an infinitely brief duration.

As we see time, all time exists in every moment, such that all moments of all histories, including all past and future histories, always completely coincide with the present moment at all times.

We believe this means that all future and past times are really and always contemporaneous.

This may seem to become an issue with regard to such popular notions as cause-and-effect, reincarnation, or karma.

We see so-called 'effects' as the creators of their causes just as much as their so-called causes are considered to create respective effects.  

This does not seem paradoxical to ourselves, perhaps because we do not consider time to be bound to move in a single direction from past to future.

What, then, of theories regarding karma which appear to be heavily dependent upon belief in an arrow-of-time concept such as beliefs in cause-and-effect appear to require?

As we see such matters all incarnations exist now regardless of whether they may be said to be 'past' lives or even future lives.

If this is so, then it may seem unlikely that the events in one lifetime can really determine events or conditions in another lifetime.

The real crux of the matter may have nothing to do with either time or cause-and-effect, the real crux of the matter may really be a matter of justice.

We might presume that no-one really wishes to live in a world without justice; however, it may appear to too often be the case that human beings fail to see the balance whereby apparent injustices are always 'put right'.

We choose to doubt that injustice can exist except as a matter of acculturated, predisposed, human, perceptual biases.

A person might see that in a perfect world such as must exist if there is a single, dominant, perfect, and benign creator, then all things must always exist in perfect states, even those things that appear to be injustices.  

The failing, then, if any failing exists, is not in the existence of justice or the lack thereof, but in how events are seen within the limited contexts of individual human lives and their acculturated systems of beliefs.

Personally, we reckon that in spite of all worldly appearances this world is always perfect; we believe that this world exists in perfect balance at all times, in which case any perceived injustice or imbalance can exist only in the realm of human perceptions or judgment, if they can exist at all.

Alas, this is a 'dangerous' proposition because it appears to open the door for anyone to excuse any behavior regardless of how harmful, cruel, or callous such behavior may appear to be.

Consequently, regardless of whether these views of these matters may be true, societies require them to be false if societies are to maintain concepts of cause-and-effect, and particularly justice, such that there will always be unpleasant consequences for people who cause any harm either to themselves or to any others.

Which then, is more valuable?

Are false beliefs that are used to bolster allegedly moral beliefs more valuable than are unknowable potential truths that may appear to be impartial to or subversive of morality?

The prevalence of holy scriptures that may appear to bolster false beliefs make it seem as if false beliefs are more socially or morally desirable than might be any possibly objective truths, even if any such 'objective' truth can ever really be known.

In light of the possible impossibility of knowing what the truth may be, the adoption of false beliefs may seem reasonable in spite of the possible immorality of deliberately choosing false beliefs to bolster moral behaviors.

One problem as we might see this is that it may seem to lay the foundation for a systematic definition of truths that just ain't true.

Oh well, that happens regardless of how this argument may be taken...

if we are right, then no harm may come of it, while if we are mistaken then grave harm may result for all parties, including those parties that abuse socially held beliefs by manipulating them for their personal power and profit at the expense of other people.

This appears to be a paradoxical conundrum, but perhaps this is a problem only when dualism is embraced with a certainty in the existence of dualities which may really be yet another fallacy of logic...

Enjoy!

love, the Grigs...

Comment by Krsnaraja Melvin on October 3, 2016 at 1:31am

Dear Grigori Rho Gharveyn,

Thank you for your comments. I read some of your works in your web site. I like your anthologies. It seems you are into everything. You are an IT specialist at IBM, I believe. You views regarding AI 2017. Maybe you heard of Isaac Asimov & his theory on robots.

So, you are into everything. You cook. You play musical instruments. You are an artist. They say there is a thin line between genius and insanity. It takes one to know one. Lol! Just joking.

Here is one of my musings at your perusal.

Wired & Weird

We have been engrossed too much in the images of ourselves we have lost track of reality. When we should be attending physically to people out there in the streets begging for food , the poor sick who are dying in hospitals, prisons, refugee camps, the elderly who need our care. We will in the future be like the modern Japanese whose parents were victims of the nuclear bombs which exploded in Nagasaki & Hiroshima. Who almost do not go out anymore from their homes but stay inside tinkering with computers & playing video games. In short, Isaac Asimov , the sci fi author in the book on Robotics was right when he made a commentary on Shelly's " Frankenstein." Saying our minds in the present are wired to data bases of giant computers. That someday we become robots ourselves & collectively you & me can cause the disappearance of objects in the sky, collision of ships, super typhoons, earthquakes, etc.

The Aftermath of Super Typhoon Yolanda

Comment by Grigori Rho Gharveyn on October 3, 2016 at 12:27am

Hi Krsnaraja Melvin,
thank you for sharing your relationship with your Vani Guru and some of what that entails through affiliation with various people who help share Hinduism's wisdom with the world.

You conclude by asking 'believe it or not', and we do, except perhaps for the exclusivity qualifications.

Where each religion seems to draw a line of exclusion around itself we are saddened, even though we understand how and why this has come to be.

We believe all paths lead in one direction, regardless of anyone's will to stray, even our own.

Perhaps some paths may seem longer, more devious, or more stressful, etc... but in the end they must all reach the same destination.

Or so we believe.

Of what little we have read in the Bhagavad-Gita, the stories about Arjuna have been our favorite.

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Regarding the origin of the name you have chosen:


We are aware of some of the history of the incursion of Islam in India; we feel for both sides in this matter, for each shapes the other and gives it strength in spite of misunderstanding, loss, and suffering.

We are fond of the chants related to Hare Krsna, the last you cite for us here is the most familiar.

These chants are a bit disordered in our mind, flowing from one to another, possibly without the order or sense originally given to them. But as you say, it is in the vibration; we find them pleasing when they arise in our mind unbidden.

We are reminded of a fellow here in TI earlier whom we enjoyed corresponding with who saddened us with his tales of the slaying of his master whom he alleged was the author of the much publicized version of the Gita, such as the copy we own. He spoke of preparing for a spiritual war, but we believe he meant a genuine war on earth with bloodshed in the name of his deities and beliefs.

This saddens us; we realize that all religions have their zealots and fundamentalists who cry for war against heathens and other non-believers, but we believe such vehemence and violence are unecessary.

It is this kernel of perceived 'non-belief' in others that we hope to address by a unification of beliefs through their universal properties so that each believer may see their beliefs reflected well in all other people they meet.

...
With regard to your future vision:

We spent a very long time sitting or standing upon an asteroid far from the realm inhabited by the worlds of the Earth; we were observing the sun, waiting for the moment it would expand to consume the inner solar system.

We wrote a story about this event in our 7th grade, perhaps we can find a copy and post it, we suspect we still have a paper copy somewhere, a gift from our mother perhaps 15 years ago.

Your vision reminds us of our own recent visions where everyone is living underground to survive the collapse of the universe.

By whatever means of making this transition, we know that all living beings of every nature will survive the transition that seems to take our worlds out of this space to another space where paradise emerges.

The differences of various visions of the ways and means are not worth fighting over when the destination will be the same, regardless.


Enjoy!
love, the Grigs...

Comment by Krsnaraja Melvin on October 2, 2016 at 4:59pm

The origin of my name
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Krsnaraja was the King of Vijayanagara, Southern India in the early 1500s. When all of India was taken by Muslim invaders it was only in Vijayanagara-the last bastion of Vaisnavaism did not fall. Together with his brother, Ramaraja, they repulsed & defeated the Muslim invaders from the Sultanate of Bihar. The presence of the Raja brothers of Vijayanagara inspired & enlivened the Vaisnavas by fighting real hard ( tooth & nail ) against these religious invaders. The name & fame of Krsnaraja & Ramaraja spread worldwide as legendary heroes of Vijayanagara.

The avatar pic is the image of the Raja- the Sr. Sto Nino of Cebu. In fact there are two icons, the dark & the white Sto Nino under the care of the Augustinian order. The Hare Krishna Mantra ( Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare ) introduced by Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu was dedicated to the Raja brothers who simply chanted in public this way, " Raja Krsna Raja Krsna Krsna Krsna Raja Raja Raja Rama Raja Rama Rama Rama Raja Raja. "

Comment by Krsnaraja Melvin on October 1, 2016 at 6:24pm

Future Vision 

By Krsnaraja Melvin 

Our earth was once a sun. The moon the earth. The sun a former star. That while there`s still time left , mankind`s got to find a way once the sun gives off her last breath. It will incinerate earth in time with a mega solar flash.

Only few chosen ones will survive , building a space craft to escape the Kali (Fire) age. But can they really do that when they have no where to go?

Cosmonaut Christ with his great wisdom has decided to turn earth into Spaceship ET. The recent earthquakes we are experiencing are caused by the rumbling sounds of the earth`s boosters. Broom..broom... Similar to warming up a formula car.

Before Judgment Day " Annihilation of Worlds " Cosmonaut Christ sends Spaceship ET with her Moon satellite spinning to that distant place where suns are the eyes of Vishnu. 

The Spaceship ET once it journeys to that new frontier wont have a problem on how her crew & passengers survive without heat and warmth since it's equipped with nuclear power plants. The passengers stay under the earth with heaters & coolers & perfected ventilation system lest all will die of lack of oxygen & hypothermia. Water won't be a problem. Since water from the frozen rivers, lakes are tapped during the long journey. Food wont be a scarcity. For protein, frozen tuna, salmon, crabs and shrimps are readily available, cooked in huge microwave ovens.

At 360 warp speed everything will be back to normal once Spaceship ET enters the Narayan  space & orbits the eyes of Vishnu.

When Spaceship ET is exposed to the rays of Vishnu's eyes , earth's frozen oceans, seas, rivers, & lakes gradually start melting & aquatic animals brought back to life. 

On land every living form on ice also brought back to life. The rays of Vishnu's eyes do not scorch and bring sunburn to the skin. In fact, the light is cool & soothing. Human beings under the earth come forth from their underground homes after the dark, cold and long journey & beholden by what they see- a Paradise. 

The Holy Bible in John 14:3 says,  " If I go & prepare a place for you, I will come back and take you to be with me that you also may be where I am. "



Comment by Krsnaraja Melvin on October 1, 2016 at 2:15am

Dear Grigori Rho Gharveyn, 

I will concentrate 1st discussing to you on my Vani Guru, His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. He`s Vani because I learned from him about God & love for Him through his works. If His Divine Grace were alive today, I will regard him as my Vapuh Guru because he is present before me. His real legal name is Abhay Charan de. He is given the titles His Divine Grace, Bhaktivedanta & Swami Prabhupada. Having earned them in due course of time. Before Swami Prabhupada became this way, he use to support his family earning a living as a drug rep. Until he met his spiritual master, Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Saravasti Guru Maharaja. 

The terms like " swami " means controller of the senses. " Bhaktivedanta" means a devotee of the Vedanta sutras e.g. Puranas, Sri Isopanishad, Bhagavad-gita, Srimad Bhagavatam, etc. These scriptures were written by sages like Vyasadeva. So being a fan of these ancient scriptures make me a Bhaktivedanta. " Prabhupad " means at the foot of the Master.

Mr Abhay Charan de is the founder of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness ( ISKCON ). His Divine Grace advocacy upon the order of his spiritual master, Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Saravasti Guru Maharaja is to inundate the entire world with the maha mantra made famous by a Saint from Prayag, Puri, India named Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. The Hare Krsna maha mantra goes this way, " Hare Krsna Hare Krsna Krsna Krsna Hare Hare/ Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare. "

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During my course of study of the Hare Krsna maha mantra. I finally found the key to curing Cancer through the vibrational method of chanting Hare Krsna. Here is the work I posted at yogananda.net which gained fierce resistance from Srf/Yss devotees. I wonder why.

Krsna cures Kansr/cancer

 By Krsnaraja Melvin G. Mabalay, M.D

 One of God's holy name is Krsna. If we utter Krsna's name by repeatedly chanting the mantra, " Hare Krsna Hare Krsna Krsna Krsna Hare Hare. " I believe the sound vibration " Hare Krsna" reverses the Kansr cells back to normal. 

Sanskrit mantras are energy-based sounds that have the power to vibrate and resonate throughout the entire body. The mantras are not just sounds; they are sound vibrations which hold the energy of the word.  They form a connection between prana, the mind and the senses. Prana is the universal principle of energy or force and is the sum total of all the energy that is palpable within the universe, including all the forces in nature and the powers which are hidden in mankind and lie everywhere around us. Prana is the vital force which allows us to speak and our breath is the fundamental force which carries that prana.  Any sound requires breath and prana is the energy behind every piece of speech. Speech is the verbalisation of our thoughts and links all our senses.

People forget and dont believe what God  revealed to us in the Holy Scriptures. The main reason why God gave us the big C. This is confirmed when Krsna said to Arjuna in the Bhagavad-gita:

Chapter 18: Conclusion-The Perfection of Renunciation

TEXT 66
sarva-dharman parityajya
mam ekam saranam vraja
aham tvam sarva-papebhyo
moksayisyami ma sucah
SYNONYMS
sarva-dharmān—all varieties of religion; parityajya—abandoning; mām—unto Me; ekam—only; śaraṇam—surrender; vraja—go; aham—I; tvām—you;sarva—all; pāpebhyaḥ—from sinful reactions; mokṣayiṣyāmi—deliver; mā—not;śucaḥ—worry.
TRANSLATION
"Abandon all varieties of religion and just surrender unto Me. I shall deliver you from all sinful reaction. Do not fear."
It's worth a try.  As prevention and cure, we should follow what the great sage Chaitanya Mahaprabhu has instructed to his followers. That there`s no other way..no other way..to counter Kali but to chant sincerely the Hare Krsna mantra " Hare Krsna Hare Krsna Krsna Krsna Hare Hare " This cure for Kansr/cancer  wont cost the patient a single cent only his/her sincerity and devotion to Krsna consciousness is required. Yes, I honestly believe Krsna cures Kansr/cancer if we sing and chant with dedication & love the Hare Krsna mantra: Hare Krsna Hare Krsna Krsna Krsna Hare Hare.

In the Narada Pancaratra, " It says that all Vedic knowledge, rituals and mantras can be compressed and summarized into just 8 words; Hare Krsna Hare Krsna Krsna Krsna Hare Hare"  Believe it or not.

 

Comment by Grigori Rho Gharveyn on October 1, 2016 at 12:13am

Thank you Rosey,

this is what we thought TI would be about too.  We've fired up a few good conversations here, but they often run their course too quickly.

Thank you too Krsnaraja Melvin!

It is rare we can meet someone who shares an interests and inspiration with candor, grace, and many deep, meaningful contributions.

Alas, we are now lost in section 2 of your three part comment.  While many of the names of individuals and deities you share there are superficially familiar to us, we do not understand these personages properties or correspondences, nor do we understand many of their titles.  We would love for you to break them out of that paragraph and devote more time to explaining these people and their importance both to yourself and to the culture from which they arise.

...

We view illnesses as a challenge, but we are a bit tired of that old saw about pain and again.  Too often that has been used to dismiss us when we need someone to help us understand our pain and cope with it.

...

Regarding music we have very mixed feelings, reminiscing on the good old days is difficult as we no longer have relationships with the people we knew then so we miss them.  

This fits into the healing spiral theory we discuss in our section of articles about healing.  

When we are strongest, feeling our best, it is time to address the spiritual pains and work on healing them.  Music accelerates this process by pushing the inner envelope of repression and denial and drawing the pain out into the light of awareness.

We subscribe to the theory that illness begins within the spirit before manifesting physical symptoms.  

This is a key part of traditional medicine practices around the world that seems to have been excised from western medicine in spite of being parts of the roots of western medicine in ancient Greece.  

We particularly like the influences of the ancient Greek physician Galen.  While many of his beliefs were scientifically discredited, his mistakes drove research that led to the development of systematic practice of science and medicine.

Regardless of Galen's errors, the results of his works have transformed today's world.  We only wish that the spiritual aspects of his practices were not lost or discarded along the way.  For that we partly blame Christianity which appears to reinterpret everything according to its own principles and beliefs.

We like to take the Christ out of Christianity, we are inclined to ignore the rest when not working within a solely Christian context.  

Just as you see Balarama as an avatar of Christ, we see that the Christ principle, by whatever name, appears in every religion we have examined.  These avatars may not always seem to agree with one another superficially, but the same meaning is always there, as nearly as we can tell.

We know this can be an illusion of perception created by cognitive filters imprinted first by Christianity, so we wish their were a more universal term.  We are uncomfortable with allowing Christianity to assume the mantle of authority on this subject, especially when it then seems to exclude so many other faiths and their religions.

What we believe is that every human being has a natural urge toward a life of moral and ethical behavior that becomes acculturated over time and then handed down more like law instead of gentle, respectful guidance.

Consequently each generation must come up with its own ideas regarding its spirituality that rebel against the ideas that culturally dominate them.

We might suppose this dominance has its place and purpose, but we would always prefer the pure pursuit of spirit over the accumulation and submission of dogma.

As nearly as we can tell something universal exists in every human heart that we personify differently in different cultures, but which, in Christianity is labeled Christ.  So we use that name as a term for this part of ourselves and other people.

The personification of this part of each human heart has arisen through many avatars, but really, at our best, every person is an avatar of this primary condition which may really refer to our souls.

We view the name Jesus Christ as a conflation.  We see Jesus as a man who may be regarded as a prophet or avatar of Christ, but we view Christ as something much more, because all human avatars are appear to be flawed representations of whatever this being we call Christ may really be.

Cultures tend to pick the best, most faithful representations of this being and raise them up for worship, but we are uncomfortable with the entire concept of worship, perhaps because we think that worship can blind a person to the presence of what they worship that also exists within themselves.  

This externalization of the worshiped universal part of every human that deserves our attention, love and adoration seems to deny its existence within the individuals who practice it.  This, to ourselves is the meaning of having false idols, and such false idols exist everywhere, in every culture, regardless of whether they are meant to point to something true, because the truth is internal, in our own views, and objectifying it takes away its value and takes away an individuals authority and responsibility for heir own life.

Yah we know that is a little more than a 2 cent contribution, we hope we do not strongly offend anyone with our views.  We seek the universal principle that is the underlying cause for all avatars of this primary part of the human spirit or soul that appear all over the world, regardless of culture or religion.

We believe this primary being we regard as living within every human heart is the best place to lay a foundation for lasting world peace and a healthier global community.

We know there are many people who choose to view things very differently, often with anger and malignancy in their hearts, but we believe these people have become cut off from the grace and beauty within themselves, we believe that their condition is a worldly imposition within their hearts that has defiled them and perverted them from the natural grace and beauty they might otherwise strive to exemplify within themselves.

We cannot blame them for their evil or malignancy they learn to choose to nurture within themselves or the joys they may take in hurting themselves or other people.  We view this as our responsibility both individually and within our communities to raise children free from the harm or malice that might inspire their darker natures to emerge and dominate their souls.

Fortunately, beyond all worldly existence their is a universal justice which might perhaps be called karma, such that all errors or sins are forgiven and all ill, wounded souls are always healed regardless of the depths of so-called depravity to which anyone may sink to.

Hermetic alchemical practices appear to be awakened in anyone who tries heal themselves.  Their guidance and inspiration emerge from within to help burn away the chaff of their ignorance and corruption and leave only the brilliance of their soul to help heal the world with the grace each human heart has in abundance.

But hey, that's just us, whatever works for someone else is good for us too, once we clear away our own ignorance.

Enjoy!

love, the Grigs...

please note - while we use the word evil and some of its attendant conditions we do not actually believe in evil as a personified being such as many people call the Devil, Satan, or other names.  The problem, as we might see it, is that the regard for evil is perhaps as universal as the regard for good, consequently it is a well understood and anticipated part of this sort of discourse or dialogue.

Please consider the views we set forth in the article below before choosing to perceive our words as potential supports for any belief in evil that exists beyond the belief systems in which evil seems to be nurtured:

Hell in a Nutshell

Some of our views regarding religion are set forth here: Religion

namaste


Comment by Rosey on September 30, 2016 at 4:08pm

What wonderful comments and I have so very greatly loved to read! THis is what TI is about and I wish we had more interaction! Each of you are wonderful! Thank you!

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The Power of Honoring the Child Within

Posted by Cian Rhys on November 16, 2017 at 3:07am 0 Comments

The Art of Doing Nothing

Posted by Cian Rhys on November 14, 2017 at 4:15am 0 Comments

Driving Yourself Sane with Meditation

Posted by Cian Rhys on November 14, 2017 at 3:53am 0 Comments

Post A Random Fact About Yourself.

Posted by Elspeth on November 12, 2017 at 5:08pm 10 Comments

Describe Your Soul In One Word.

Posted by Elspeth on November 12, 2017 at 5:07pm 8 Comments

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