Antar Aatmaa, Paramaatmaa; The Supreme Soul
Antar Aatmaa, Paramaatmaa.
The translation of the above refers to the following: – Within the soul dwells the supreme soul.
The personal soul seeks validation all around while the supreme soul values our divine essence and vision.
As we expand and raise our consciousness, experiencing our sacred heart’s wisdom, we will realize that we have and always remain in divine union with the supreme consciousness; what separates and create a duality instead of non duality always remains our own choice and at our discretion; what prevents us from witnessing and experiencing the oneness is the predominance of the ego from a perspective of denial and self imposed illusion.
We have descended on the earth to fulfill our commitments and not only to remain committed to our fulfillment. Repeat this yet again for added emphasis since fulfilling our commitments is about the devotion towards our commitments and committed to our fulfillment is about improving ourselves; this is the sanctification process. It is the ascension, the process of self realization that represents an significant aspiration and cherished objective consistently.
Commitments refers to our sacred duties while fulfillment to our score of deeds; as we know and may have noticed that when we have a better understanding and realize, we experience pure joy whereas when we achieve some satisfaction upon deriving some pleasure, we do not attain the infinite joyfulness that comes from honoring our primordial agendas; our soul knows for its wisdom of consciousness is eternally on a quest to align with its divine essence which is the supreme soul magnificently.
The above is an expression of what emerges through my consciousness, likewise each and every soul has its own adaptation, as well as perception and understanding at the surface level; however at the core level, all divergence disappears and the various opinion collate to reflect and resonate there are three determinant factors of being, existence and evolution which are “purity, righteousness and the truth”. Remember everything is pure in its essence and so are you, therefore when you express your purity, you will likewise experience your evolutionary growth in grace and wisdom amazingly.
Amongst the above, the most pivotal and salient factor is purity for it is the seed, the nourishment and the stimulant that brilliantly energizes and infuses each and every cell of our being meritoriously. Purity is indeed one factor which whether at the human, soul or universal level is encompassing the realization of the embodiment of the divine wisdom that consistently prevails to remarkably sustain the visions that belong to the goodwill, harmony and welfare of all that was, is and will ever be, God bless.
Purity is the epi center and the empowering grace of harmonious consonance. While purity is what assigns, righteousness is what designs and truthfulness is what consigns. Taking divine cue from this, what has been referenced to maybe paraphrased as follows; purity could be referred to as the creator of the divine purpose and divine vision; while righteousness as the preserver of divine grace and divine values and truthfulness as the divine wisdom and divine will of evolution.
The supreme soul; antar aatmaa, paramaatmaa; makes us humbly realize that where God is concerned we are all God’s children and have been empowered with remarkable courage, intellectual facilities that abound with creative proficiencies to create greater good for all of the universe. It is always the dharma (duties) as well as the karma (deeds) sequential factors that will keep unfolding in our lives to remind us that we have been born for a unique purpose, to realize and experience our true nature, our true self and our divine essence; as well as to fulfill our primordial agendas which encompasses the sacred commitments enshrined across our heart’s wisdom.
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Some individuals may state that they know better; well then it is better they now for when the now advances further ahead, it would take the state that we refer to memorably as one moment in time, far far and very far across the horizon of time, which we may keep fondly reminiscing and wishing for its return? When the moment was there, we may not have realized and permitted our ego to dominate and keep its predominance strongly suffusing each and every element with its point of understanding particularly.
Realizing God’s grace makes us reverentially bow with profound humility to the divinity within us as well as all of God’s creations. The conscious realization of our oneness with God provides us with the courageous wisdom to live our divine essence compassionately, God bless.
©2014 Vashi Chandi