The second teachings of Bhagwan Valmiki

He is the knower, the knowledge and all that is to be known. He is the one that sees, He is the one doing the seeing, and all that is to be seen is Him. He is the doer and the receiver: therefore salutation to Him (who is all) knowledge himself.

Yoga Vasistha Ch1. V2.

In the verse above, Bhagvan says that God is all that is to be known. He is the one that knows everything in totality and he is all knowledge.

He is the spirit and life force within us. It is this spirit or life force that separates a living person from a dead body. This spirit or life force is often referred to as Atma. Atma is a tiny part of God, just like a drop of water is a tiny part of the great ocean but essentially they are the same thing.

This Atma or God within us allows us to see, hear, act, think and exist.

Bhagvan says that God is seeing through our eyes and receiving everything we take in through our eyes, ears, mouths, hands and minds.  Take a moment to reflect and ask, is everything I take in through my senses fit for God to receive?

Bhagvan invites us to know God and God alone as he is all knowledge.

Bhagvan’s Second Teaching

God is all knowledge and all that is to be known.

 

11 Responses to "The second teachings of Bhagwan Valmiki"

Featuring Recent Posts Wordpress Widget development by YD