We live in a World full of adversities, pain and agonies. Day in and day out we feel the burnt of the blazing realities. We all face that enigma – inexorably, unwaveringly, without a quiver, straight as a sword to pierce the heart of falsehood. Lots of question circle our mind. Is it possible for this body, which is at present our means of terrestrial manifestation, to transform itself progressively into something capable of expressing a higher life or will we have to abandon this form altogether and enter another that does not yet exist on earth? Will there be continuity or the sudden appearance of something new? Will there be progressive transition between what we are now and what our inner spirit aspires to become, or will there be a break, which means being obliged to discard this present human form and waiting for the appearance of the new form – an appearance whose process we do not foresee and which will have nothing in common with what we are now?
Lots and Lots of thoughts play in the small brain. After the expiry of my father Prof Prodip Mazumder on 5th April, 2020, I had started understanding the concept connecting oneself to that higher consciousness which led to me understand that in Hindu religion Lord Brahma, Vishnu and Maheswar are the three powers which are aligned with each other. Each subsides amongst one another. I have understood in my own personal analysis that no one (Tridev) is great or strong, but each have their own importance. The Vedas have wonderful illustrations on ancient Gods and I felt that importance is given to ‘Agni’ the God of Fire, ‘Indra’, The God of Thunder, ‘Varuna’, The all pervading vastness and ‘Apas’, the God of water. As I try to understand the beautiful connections, I also came to my own conclusion from my research that ‘Adi Shakti’ or Mother ‘Bhvanesvari’ or ‘Prakriti’ (Nature) is the Mother of these beautiful creation. In many ancient religions, the role of Mother is very significant. Hence, in my own personal analysis, eternal Mother is the source of all creation. The questions are many, but the answer is one. It’s the mother. It’s from here the flow of energy starts and its here it stops.
A Day may come when She must stand unhelped
On a dangerous brink of the World’s doom and hers
Carrying the World’s future on her lonely breast,
Carrying the Human hope in a heart left sole
To conquer or fail on a last desperate verge.
Alone with death and close to extinction’s edge,
Her single greatness in that last dire scene,
She must cross alone a perilous bridge in Time
And reach an apex of World –Destiny
Where all is won or all is lost for human.
– (Sri Aurobindo)
Spiritualism starts from the same mother and encircles her and fades into her. She is the root and she is the end. Discussions within oneself and that Eternal Mother helps one to understand that almighty powers are shut in Nature’s cells. One day, my soul queried for an answer to her sayings and she replied:
It’s all Shakti (Universal Power). She said that it is the foundation of the ‘oneness’ of all human beings and vainly do we try to equate it with equations, fraternity or machines. We are those tools of that force (Shakti), whom we do not know, but it knows us and wishes us a little more joy, if we would consent to let it do its work, instead of constantly interfering with our own ideas, which as we are beginning to realize, saves nothing, knows nothing and can do nothing.
It was Rudyard Kipling, who once said that:
‘If I were drowned in the deepest sea,
Mother o’mine, O mother o’mine!
I know whose tears would come down to me,
Mother o’mine, O mother o’mine!’
Once I recall that my mother said to me to get out of that little shell, in which I am perfectly confined, just bumping here and there- as moths bump in front of an illuminated object. Our consciousness and thoughts is just like that small animal, bumping here and there to reach that eternal light. Bumping is useless, the real knowledge lies in entering things, to widen us as we have air to breathe, space to move and we longer bang into things and thus we live in many places at the same time. That’s what in simple terms spiritualism is; which I learned from Mother and it started from there and will end there.
Please Note: The Views above are entirely personal and is a analysis based on my recent reading on ancient scriptures. This may not be an astrology article but I deeply feel that it’s connected. To me personally, there is nothing right, nothing wrong. This write-up is to just to increase our inner power to get connected to the higher consciousness.
Mainak Majumdar, Astrologer
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