Om Prakash: I want to see you for Vedic knowledge. Tell me about chakra’s in our body and Kundalini?
Swami Ramswarup: My blessings to you about the yoga philosophy and Vedas. Personal contact is necessary please. So, please try to come here.

Alvin Lal:Pranaam Guruji, Recently I came across two interesting quotes, and it got me thinking about what does Vedas say about this.
“Dusaro ki bhalai karne se, yeh zaruri nahi hei ki dusaro bhi aap ke sath bhalai karenge”
“Atyachaar karna to paap hi hai, magar atyachaar sahena maha paap hai”

Om Prakash: I want to see you for Vedic knowledge. Tell me about chakra’s in our body and Kundalini?
Swami Ramswarup: My blessings to you about the yoga philosophy and Vedas. Personal contact is necessary please. So, please try to come here.

Alvin Lal:Pranaam Guruji, Recently I came across two interesting quotes, and it got me thinking about what does Vedas say about this.
“Dusaro ki bhalai karne se, yeh zaruri nahi hei ki dusaro bhi aap ke sath bhalai karenge”
“Atyachaar karna to paap hi hai, magar atyachaar sahena maha paap hai”
I was considering the examples of Shri Ram with the same, however clarity did not come to mind, because Vedas condemns violence. Similarly should be protective of ourselves when doing good deeds, in case the good deed is turned against us? Similarly if somebody attacks your family, first there is law but then do we take revenge? Did Shri Ram take revenge from Ravan? Another similar point is in war, “when attacking the enemy, some forces need to be kept at home, in case enemy attacks there.” Please clarify and enlighten guruji. Bahaut Dhanaywaad..
Yes, it is not necessary that a person get the rewards of its benefit, his cooperative services to others that is why, it is stated neki kar khadde mein daal. Sri Krishna Maharaj especially states in Bhagwad Geeta Shloka 2/47 i.e., Oh Arjun! You only have a right to discharge your duties (to do the deeds) leaving behind the result.

So, we must do our duties and we must in the beginning learn about the services of mother, father, learned atithi, acharya and Almighty God.

No doubt, Atyachaar Sehna Mahapaap Hai but to take stand against culprit is not easy that is why, it is said that one must take shelter of king (administration authority). Actually a minor old/poor person/country cannot fight against the culprit. So, government shelter is needed.

Amongst the ten signs of Dharma mentioned in Manusmriti, one is Kshma (forgiveness).
But kshma is applied only by powerful dignitaries to the poor, etc. For example- a poor or helpless person is being suppressed then how will he retaliate?

He will have to bear otherwise he will be destroyed by the powerful person. However, the poor person can knock the door of justice. So, one has to act carefully on such sayings etc., please. As regards Shri Ram he was brave and extraordinary dignitary and can excuse and can give shelters to the needy and poors.

Richa: What is sahasterkanwal (thousand pellet lotus)? What is bhanwar gufa? What is hansini-rukmini? What is satlok? It is true that a melody tune is continuously vibrating between sat lok and soul of every human being? Is it so how can a person listen this tune?
Swami Ramswarup: The names asked by you relate to inner knowledge of human body and not external. For example- Sahastra Dal Kanwal is a place at the top of head which can’t be explained here in detail and I think that it is not even needed. For example, if a student of K.G. class listens somewhere about a ‘word’ – by pass surgery and he puts question to the teacher to let him know about the same then teacher will although praise the K.G. student that he has put up a question of class above then that of M.A, PhD. etc., but on the other hand the teacher will in sweet voice would please the student by telling some other stories relating to his class.

So, an aspirant must start his spiritual journey by listening Vedas, doing name jaap of God, performing daily hawan/yajyen and practice of Yoga Philosophy. The said pious deed is called “real and eternal worship” of God which at a stipulated time would make the aspirant able to realise the meaning of sahastra dal kanwal, hansihi-rukmini, bhanwar Gufa, satlok, etc.

However, hansini-rukmini words are not mentioned in Vedas, please. Yes, some divine instrumental voices which are named “Anhad Shabad” by present saints are heard by a Yogi that too who practices the above mentioned real worship of God.

I would also like to mention here that the voice etc., asked by you relates to a Yogi or a Siddha purush or an aspirant, even if he leads a married life, who daily worships the God as mentioned above under guidance of his learned acharya of Vedas. The aspirant devotes more and more time to worship God and after continuing his worship for a long, period, he realises Him.

I would like to throw light here on the fact that some of my disciples who have been practicing the above worship for the last 20-30 years continuously faithfully i.e., without break and sincerely, God has now blessed them to realise and know the above “sahastra dal, anhad shabad” etc., and I very well know that, they neither put any question about “Sahastra dal, anhad shabad” etc., nor I explained, being of no use. When a true, faithful disciple has been continuing his eternal tapasya, sadhna, worship its result is supreme and he gets then what is the use of talking about the supreme stage like sahastra dal, etc.

Some saints may brief is to attract his disciple and to spread surprise in spiritualism but every learned acharya knows that the briefing of such subject always goes in vain because the said subject is attained only by the aspirant who leaving behind any desire etc., concentrates himself towards God his learned acharya, his services and the eternal path of worship. That is why, Yogeshwar Sri Krishna Maharaj states in entire Bhagwad Geeta that do the pious deeds and worship but never think/consider for its result because result is not in our hand. So we should never consider about the result of Tapasya i.e., sahastra dal, Bhawar Gufa, etc., but Tapasya. Sri Krishna Maharaj especially states in Bhagwad Geeta Shloka 2/47 i.e., Oh Arjun! You only have a right to discharge your duties (to do the deeds) leaving behind the result.

So, we must do our duties and we must in the beginning learn about the services of mother, father, learned atithi, acharya and Almighty God. We must serve and discharge our moral duties towards family, society and nation according to Vedas and holy Granths etc., but must not be indulged in worldly, destructible merriment (Ras) of five senses, perceptions in the shape of listening the attractive statements about sahastardal kanwal, anhad dhwani, bhanwar gufa etc., which are only the result of above quoted worship.

So why should we not start worship to get the result? Secondly, even if a student wants to become a doctor, he is only preached about the surgery along with its top secret then such preach will never be useful to him until he follows the path i.e., starts his Tapasya/sadhna practically by doing operation under guidance of his professor.

K A Sharma: Pranaam. May I have an opportunity to take your most valuable time please?
My First Question is that as par Hindu mythology, “what is mann and atma and how are they related each other? It is also requested to answer the location of both the things (Mann & Atma) in the human body? So nice to clear my this prolonged doubts.
Swami Ramswarup: Mann is made of non-alive Prakriti. So, mann is also a non- alive matter. Within the body, mann (mind), buddhi (intellect), chitta, (We receive worldly information through five organs, i.e. Eye, Ear, Nose, Tongue and Skin which is contained by our ‘Chitta’. Whatever effects are made on ‘Chitta’ by the information, the Chitta acts accordingly. So, when a situation arises, our thought relating to the information goes out of our ‘Chitta’ and acts accordingly.” These incoming and outgoing thoughts relating to ‘Chitta’ are called ‘Vritti’ i.e., ‘Various Forms’), Ahankar (power which tells us about our existence that we are man, woman etc.) exist. There are five senses/perceptions and five organs of action.

Five senses are- eyes, ears, nose, tongue and skin which collect the outwardly information and send the same to mind and mind sends to intellect and intellect to Atma. Here, the meaning of Atma is soul who is alive matter.

Soul resides in body but is always separate from body. The five organs are mouth, hands, legs, two excretory organs from where waste products and urine is passed out. Soul resides in left eye in awakened stage, while in dreams, soul comes from eye and resides in throat and while in sound sleep, soul is in heart.

My blessings to you. I would advise you to read some of my Vedic books like:
1. Vedanta and eternal Vedas’ philosophy part I and II worth Rs. 31 and Rs. 20/- excluding postal charges.
2. Vedas- A Divine light Part I, II and III worth Rs.80/-, Rs.121/- and Rs.100/- excluding postal charges.
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