WHAT IS THE CONCEPT OF MIND -BORN CREATION?(DECODATION OF ARDHANARISWAR) -PART- 02..SHIVA-12
WHAT IS HUMAN ORIGIN IN HINDU MYTHOLOGY? 20 FACTS;- 1-Third in the list of major religions, with more than 870 million followers, is Hinduism. Hinduism goes back to 5000 BCE and is a compilation of many diverse traditions (in contrast to Christianity and Muslim traditions, both of which emerged from a single founder) making it the oldest practised religion, closely related to that of Jainism, Sikhism, and Buddhism. 2-The religions main body of texts are referred to as the Veda, the Upanishads, and the Bhagavad Gita. There are many different Hindu creation stories. References to a first world, or universe, won’t be found. Also, though the belief in one supreme god is common, Hindu texts consider all deities to be extensions of this god.The Hindu sacred texts about human origins a little bit obscure. 3-The lingam & kundalini are the source of origin i. e. the parents of this universe.The proof is present in your body & outside the world also.LINGAM is present in form- particle & KUNDALINI is present in MOVEMENT, everywhere.
4-Take a stone & peel it .The last particle left is LINGAM.See yourself ..what is the shape of your spinal-cord ;what is your gait; how water flows; how flame bursts into a blaze ;how wind blows ;how cloud covers the sky .ALL THESE ARE ZIGZAG in SHAPE & MOVEMENTS. 5-The Hindu scripture Shiva Purana describes the origin of the lingam, known as Shiva-linga, as the beginning-less and endless cosmic pillar (Stambha) of fire, the cause of all causes. Lord Shiva is pictured as emerging from the Lingam – the cosmic pillar of fire – proving his superiority over the gods Brahma and Vishnu. This is known as Lingodbhava.
6-The Linga Purana also supports this interpretation of lingam as a cosmic pillar, symbolizing the infinite nature of Shiva.According to the Linga Purana, the lingam is a complete symbolic representation of the formless Universe Bearer – the oval-shaped stone is the symbol of the Universe, and the bottom base represents the Supreme Power that holds the entire Universe in it.
7-A similar interpretation is also found in the Skanda Purana: "The endless sky (that great void which contains the entire universe) is the Linga, the Earth is its base. At the end of time the entire universe and all the Gods finally merge in the Linga itself."
8-In yogic lore, the linga is considered the first form to arise when creation occurs, and also the last form before the dissolution of creation. It is therefore seen as an access to Shiva or that which lies beyond physical creation. 9-Goddess Bhuvaneshwari’s consort is Lord Lingaraj, an avatar of Lord Shiva. She is also supposed to be the witness, observer and aficionado of Lord Shiva’s holy tandava dance and of Goddess Kali’s wild dance of destruction. 10-There is one interesting legend of the Goddess pacifying a colorful argument between the Holy Trinity. Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva were involved in their usual argument about who is the most powerful of the three. Their debate became very intense and disturbed the peace of the heavens. This is when the beautiful Goddess stepped in.
10-1-She took the Holy Trinity to her idyllic abode and led them to a beautiful chamber. Here she displayed to them three female attendants, each embodying the Holy Triad, and performing noble tasks of equal importance – creation, preservation and destruction ..I.E. MA SARASWATI , MA LAKSHMI ,MA KALI.
10-2-The Supreme Gods saw this presentation and at once realized their flaw and stopped arguing. Hence, Goddess Bhuvaneshwari even helps the Trimurti in gaining immense wisdom & managing this universe through their better half.Ma Sarasvati who, after the Creation, bore Brahma the four Vedas (Holy books of Hinduism), all branches of knowledge, the 36 Raginis and 6 Ragas of music, ideas such as Memory and Victory, yogas, religious acts, speech, Sanskrit, and the various units of measurement and time. 11-Lord Brahma is the Creator of the universes, and the first in the trinity. The length of time such a process takes is uncountable; however, one day for Brahma is considered 4 billion years for us. Also according to the Hindu texts, whenever Brahma sleeps the world is destroyed, and every morning when he wakes up it is created again.Brahma creates human beings and all life. 12-All different species come out from different parts of Brahma’s body. He created man as the first of the animals and the strongest. He created him from his own soul.
13-One of the stories mentions that Brahma splits himself into two to create male and female. 14-In other texts the Prajapati (a group of deities), the sons of Brahma, are said to be creating all living beings, both gods and mortal creatures 15-The concept of god in Hinduism is exceptionally complex and varies according to different philosophies and traditions. Generally, gods in Hinduism appear more like supreme personal beings. Devas (a word for deity) can easily be conveyed as supernatural beings and, according to Hindu texts, there are 33 in the celestial world. 16-The "Taittiriya Brāhmana" says, "This entire (universe) has been created by Brahmā," and gives an account of the creation of the asuras, pitris (or fathers), and gods. "Prajāpati desired, 'May I propagate.' He practised austerity. His breath became alive. With that breath he created asuras. Having created the asuras, he regarded himself as a father.
17-After that he created the fathers (pitris). That constitutes the fatherhood of the fathers. 06-In the beginning, Brahma sprang from the cosmic golden egg and he then created good & evil and light & dark from his own person. He also created the four types: gods, demons, ancestors, and men (the first being Manu). 18-Brahma then made all living creatures upon the earth (although in some myths Brahma's son Daksha is responsible for this).
18-In the process of creating, perhaps in a moment of distraction, the demons were born from Brahma's thigh and so he abandoned his own body which then became Night.
19-After Brahma created good gods he abandoned his body once again, which then became Day, hence demons gain the ascendancy at night and gods, the forces of goodness, rule the day.
20-Brahma then created ancestors and men, each time again abandoning his body so that they became Dusk and Dawn respectively. This process of creation repeats itself in every aeon (KALP). HUMAN ORIGIN .. FROM THE Rg Veda;---
09 FACTS;- 1-The Man (Purusha) has a thousand heads, a thousand eyes, a thousand feet. He pervades the earth everywhere and extends beyond for ten fingers' breadth. The Man himself is all this, whatever has been and whatever is to be. He is the lord of immortality and also lord of that which grows on food. Such is his greatness, and the Man is yet greater than this.
2-All creatures make up a quarter of him; three quarters are the immortal in heaven. With three quarters the Man has risen above, and one quarter of him still remains here, whence he spread out everywhere, pervading that which eats and that which does not eat. From him Virj was born, and from Virj came the Man, who, having been born, ranged beyond the earth before and behind.
3-When the gods spread the sacrifice, using the Man as the offering, spring was the clarified butter, summer the fuel, autumn the oblation. They anointed(bless) the Man, the sacrifice, born at the beginning, upon the sacred grass. With him the gods, Sidhyas, and sages sacrificed. From that sacrifice in which everything was offered, the clarified butter was obtained, and they made it into those beasts who live in the air, in the forest, and in villages.
4-From that sacrifice in which everything was offered, the verses and the chants were born, the metres were born, and the formulas were born. From it horses were born, and those other animals which have a double set of incisors; cows were born from it, and goats and sheep were born from it. 5-When they divided the Man, into how many parts did they disperse him? What became of his mouth, what of his arms, what were his two thighs and his two feet called? His mouth was the brahmin, his arms were made into the nobles, his two thighs were the populace, and from his feet the servants were born.
6-The moon was born from his mind; the sun was born from his eye. From his mouth came Indra and Agni, and from his vital breath the wind (Vyu) was born. From his navel the atmosphere was born; from his head the heaven appeared. From his two feet came the earth, and the regions of the sky from his ear. Thus they fashioned the worlds.
7-There were seven, enclosing fire-sticks for him, and thrice seven fire-sticks when the gods, spreading the sacrifice, bound down the Man as the sacrificial beast. With this sacrifice the gods sacrificed; these were the first dharmas. And these powers reached the dome of heaven where dwell the ancient Sidhyas and gods. 8-Following all this is the account of the mind-born sons of Brahmā—Bhrigu, Daksha, and others—nine in number, who became the progenitors of men. Next "Brahmā created himself as Manu Swāyambhu, born of, and identical with, his original self, for the protection of created beings: and the female portion of himself he constituted Satarūpā, whom austerity purified from the sin (forbidden nuptials), and whom the divine Manu Swāyambhu took to wife."
9-After this follows a long account of the descendants of these mind-born sons.According to Hindu legend, Daksha is one of the sons of Lord Brahma reside in North West, who, after creating the ten Manas Putras, created Daksha, Dharma, Kamadeva and Agni from his right thumb, chest, heart and eyebrows respectively. DOES BRAHMA CREATE WOMEN & DEATH ALTOGETHER?-- (MA KAMESWARI & MA KALI)
06 FACTS;- 1-In the myths told in the Mahabharata, Brahma created women-- A wanton woman with a blazing fire...she is the sharp edge of the razor; she is poison, a serpent, and death all in one. 2-The gods feared that men could become so powerful that they might challenge their reign, therefore, they asked Brahma how best to prevent this. His response was to create wanton women who 'lusting for sensual pleasures, began to stir men up.
3-Then the lord of gods, the lord, created anger as the assistant of desire, and all creatures, falling into the power of desire and anger. 4-In another myth Brahma's first female is also Death, the evil force which brings balance to the universe and which ensures there is no over-crowding of it. The figure of Death is picturesquely described in the Mahabharata as 'a dark woman, wearing red garments, with red eyes and red palms and soles, adorned with divine ear-rings and ornaments' and she is given the job of 'destroying all creatures, imbeciles (fool)and scholars' without exception.
5-Death wept and begged Brahma to be released from this terrible task but Brahma remained unmoved and sent her on her way to perform her duty. At first Death continued her protests by performing various extraordinary acts of asceticism such as standing in water in complete silence for 8,000 years and standing on one toe on the top of the Himalaya mountains for 8,000 million years but Brahma would not be swayed.
6-So Death, still sobbing, performed her duties bringing endless night to all things when their time came and her tears fell to the earth and became diseases. Thus, through Death's work, the distinction between mortals and gods was preserved forever THE REASON BEHIND THE OTHER NAME OF MA KALI AS DEATH ;-
03 FACTS;- 1-IN RAVAN SANHITA queen MANDODARI asks RAVANA about the secret of the beauty of MA PARVATI.Her virginity is the secret ---it is the answer of Ravana. YOGI ARE DESIRELESS; SO THEY MEET MA KAMAKSHI & BHOGI ARE FULL OF DESIRES SO THEY HAVE TO MEET MA KALI . 2-DEATH IS SURE ..no doubt ;but WANTON DESIRES LEADS TO WANTON DEATH.ARDENT DESIREOUS OFFSPRING (male & female ) SOON----MEET WITH HER. There is NO CHOICE EXCEPT 'SAMARASA'- (having equal feelings). 3-IN this way two forms of women .. WHEN YOU LOVE HER ;YOU BECOME ARDHANARISWAR & GET HIGHER LOKS. 3-1-WHEN YOU USE HER YOU MEET THE WANTON WOMAN OF THIS UNIVERSE WHO SWALLOW UP MAHAKAL AT THE END OF THE KALP.
3-2-SHE BECOMES MA DHOOMAVATI at that time & THE WHOLE UNIVERSE SINK INTO A BLACK HOLE.....
WHAT IS THE CONCEPT OF MIND-BORN CREATION?-
11 FACTS;- 1-Daksha ,one of the sons of Brahma born during the initial time of creation, who was deputed by the creator of the world for the proliferation of life on earth (Prajapati). He, accordingly, procreated a large number of children .
2-The first batch, of five thousand sons, was known by the name of Haryasva (mind -born creation) There is an interesting story on the Haryasvas. They, being obedient children, started searching for suitable places to settle down and set up families of their own.
3-The fun loving sage, Narada, wanted to play mischief on them. He asked them to find out the length and breadth of the entire land before deciding on the best place to live in. It is said that the innocent Haryasvas took the sage’s words seriously and were soon lost wandering, searching for the end of the spherical earth. 4-Without being able to trace the whereabouts of his first batch of sons, Daksha produced another batch of one thousand and named them Sabalaasva (SabalaaSva). They were, in a similar fashion, led by Narada i.e. became BRAHAMANJNANI. 5-A curse on Narada--(-Narada, the latter being the messenger between gods and men).. It is said that Daksha soon learnt about the trick played by Narada on his children. He was infuriated by the frolics of the sage and cursed him. “May you also be on the move always! If you remain at a place for long, may your head burst up into pieces instantly !’
6-Sage Narada was pained when he realized that what was meant to be a practical joke had landed him up in serious trouble. If he could not remain at a place, how was he to meditate on his favourite god, Vishnu, and attain salvation?
7-Vishnu, it is said, came to his rescue. Thenceforth, the merit of meditation, of those who chanted Mantras without counting (without concentration), would go to sage Narada! That was how Narada started accumulating merits and qualify for Moksha (salvation). 8-Now We come back to our question;-- The mind-born sons of Brahma were fail to continue the creation.TRIDEVI were managing three department;as DHARMA,(DUTY /SPRITUALISM ..by ma saraswati) ARTHA(MONEY /MATERIALISM ..by ma lakshmi) MOKSHA (LIBERATION-by ma kali).
9-BUT fourth was vacant .On request of BRAHMA ;Maheshwar provided his better half (MA AADI SHAKTI) to help him. Brahma promised him to give her back as his grand-daughter.
10-Then AADI-SHAKTI divided herself in two forms as KAMAKSHI & DAKSHINAKALI.Which represents ENLIGHTMENT & IGNORANCE, PLEASURE & PAIN,LIFE & DEATH, VIDHYA & AVIDHYA, MORTAL& IMMORTAL ,MA TRIPURSUNDARI & MA BHADRAKALI & so on.
11-As she divided herself for MAITHUNI SRISTI ( creation due to cohabitation ) LUST & MORTALITY came into existence as part & parcel .BHog (LUST)is combined with Pain & Death .THE MORE BHOG & THE MORE PAIN ;that is the BITTER TRUTH OF LIFE .THE END OF MATERIALISM IS THE BEGINNING OF SPIRITUALISM. The most important fact is to be discussed but in next part . ...SHIVOHAM.....