Satya-yuga

Satya-yuga

Aadishri Arun

Satya-yuga

Satya-yuga

The Satya Yuga is the first and the most significant one amongest the four eras. Knowledge, meditation, and penance hold special importance in this era. All the pillars of religion are present in totality. The average life expectancy of a human being in Satya Yuga is believed to be over 4000 years. During the Satya Yuga, all people engage only in good, sublime deeds. Ashrams become devoid of wickedness and deceit. People’s life are comfortable in this the Satya Yuga “because it was the time when all people are happy”.
After the perfect Satya Yuga, a decline marks the Treta Yuga. Further decline brings about the Dwapara Yuga, and after it comes the final and dark Kali Yuga, a time of wickedness, when man kills another man. At the end of the cycle a Divine Being is said to take birth and reestablish righteousness, thus beginning a new Satya Yuga.
According to the Astrological configuration, Satya-yuga started on 26 th July, year 2014 at 03:11 P.M. as the Sun, Moon and Jupiter rose together in one zodiacal house and the Pusya constellation is in the ascendant. Shrimadbhagwatam Maha Puran 12;2:24, Shri Vishnu Puran 4th Ansh, Chapter 24, Ashloka 102, Page No -302 and Mahabharata, Van Parv, Title -“Kali Dharm and Kalki Avatar” have prophesiesd – When the Sun, Moon and Jupiter will rise together in one zodiacal house and the Pusya constellation is in the ascendant, then it will be known as Satya-yuga.

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Thus in year 2014, 26 th July, at 03:11 P.M, Satya-Yuga intered in the administration period of Kalki-yuga, a time of wickedness. Satya-yuga warned the Kalki-yuga to leave his ministry. Thus in this situation, the great war will appear. It will be known as World War Three.
As the Satya-yuga warned the Kalki-yuga to leave his ministry, war started from that time but people have not understood. Presently War On Cash are fighting. It is giving indication of turning into a conflict resembling World War III and day-by-day is becoming more dangerous and extreme. This could be the war that finally triggers the great economic collapse being planned. Certainly, the storm clouds of war are gathering, as we’ve been covering.
Economic war:
An economic war is a strategy that involves attempting to defeat an enemy or competitor by utilizing different methods to undermine the financial and economic stability of that enemy. Economic warfare of this type may be directed toward another business or even involve activities that serve to limit the trade options of a given nation. Typically, the idea behind an economic war is to neutralize the effectiveness of the target by gradually diminishing the resources that can be used to defend or maintain the status quo of that targeted entity.

As the strategy is employed within the process of business, an economic war will involve attempting to undercut the reputation of a competitor using several different means. One approach is to pursue an aggressive pricing campaign that involves selling goods and services at unit prices below the costs incurred by the target in the manufacture of their own product lines. Another approach calls for incrementally tarnishing the reputation of the competitor so that consumers begin to turn to other providers as a way of meeting their needs. Both methods can be applied simultaneously, often with the effect of driving the competitor out of business altogether.
War on Terror or Global War on Terrorism:
“War on Terrorism” is an ideology of fear and repression that creates enemies and promotes violence rather than mitigating acts of terror and strengthening security. The worldwide campaign has too often become an excuse for governments to repress opposition groups and disregard international law and civil liberties. Governments should address terrorism through international cooperation, using international law and respecting civil liberties and human rights. Governments should also address the root causes of terrorism, notably political alienation due to prejudice, state-sponsored violence and poverty.

The Nuclear Arms Race and the Space Race:
Both the United States and the Soviet Union feared each other’s nuclear weapons, which is understandable. They also feared a “missile gap” where the other superpower had more missiles or warheads, and so they frantically constructed more weapons to try and maintain an advantage strategically. In addition to constructing a huge arsenal of atomic weapons (the total by 1985 between both countries was a staggering 27,000 nuclear weapons), both sides built and maintained huge standing armies in preparation for what they felt was an inevitable World War III.

The Space Race seems almost silly today, when you consider that Sputnik was only capable of beeping a signal back to Earth and nothing more. But in a nuclear context, America feared that the Soviets could drop nuclear warheads from satellites without warning, so we felt it was absolutely necessary to “catch up” to the Russians in technology.
The arms race and the space race were related, but different. The arms race was a competition to have the biggest and most dangerous weapons arsenal. This was clearly important because each side was afraid of the other. They each wanted to make sure the other could not overpower them.

The space race was a competition to get into space (first in space, first in orbit, first to the moon, etc). This was related to the arms race because the rockets used for that could be used for nuclear missiles too. It was also important because both countries wanted to look like they were stronger and more advanced technologically (if they could be first in these various competitions in space).
Arms race and space race can both be considered to be part of intense rivalry that developed between U.S.A. and U.S.S.R. after the World War II for domination of world politics.

The arms race concentrated on developing offensive and defensive equipment of war.

World is moving close to a war between superpowers:
Superpower is “a country that can exert enough military, political, and economic power to persuade nations in every region of the world to take important actions they would not otherwise take.”
No agreed definition of what is a ‘superpower’ exists, and may differ between sources. However, a fundamental characteristic that is consistent with all definitions of a superpower is a nation or state that has mastered the seven dimensions of state power; geography, population, economy, resources, military, diplomacy and national identity.
Superpower is a word used to describe a state with a dominant position in international relations and which is characterized by its unparalleled ability to exert influence or project power on a global scale. This is done through the combined-means of technological, cultural, military and economic strength, as well as diplomatic and soft power influence. Traditionally, superpowers are preeminent among the great powers.

Lord promised to Brahma ji In Kalki Puran, 1;2:8 – “I will retrieve the age of Righteousness (Krita Yuga) and will establish moral codes (Dharma) as before and kill the Kali in the form of snake.”
For fulfilling this promise, Lord arrived on Indian Soil with the name of Lord Kalki on 2nd May 1985. A dazzling account given about Kalki Avatar was that He would be born on the 12th day of the bright fortnight (Shukla Paksh) in the month of Vaisakha. (Kalki Puran 1;2:15) Kalki Comes in 1985, 3rd chapter prophesied – Kalki will be born in a Brahmin family in Mathura city in Uttar Pradesh of North India in the first half of 1985 i.e. on Vaisakh Shukla Dwadashi tithi and in Bengali tithi 1392. Bhavishya Puran, Pratisarg Parv, Part 4th , Chapter – 5, Page No – 331 has prophesied that “Lord will take Avatar with the name of Lord Kalki in Divya Vrindavan (in the secret Rasmandal place i.e. on the border of Mathura – Vrindavan location) for the welfare of Devas and to destroy the evil-doers. In the end of Kaliyuga Lord will appear in the form of Kalki Avatar at the request of Radha ji.”

It is 100% truth that once a destruction on large level has to appear because Lord has to establish Dharma. Naturally, battle will appear between good and evil people. In this battle Kali or Malichha people or Evil people will destroy completely. Battle will be fought in two ways, time fixed by Lord – (1) With the power of Nature – Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Aakash i.e. Natural disaster and (2) With the power of human being.

Without fighting the battle, the condition of earth will not change. According to Kalki Puran it is prophesied that Lord Kalki will bring Satya Yuga (Krita Yuga), then He will establish Dharma as before and then He will kill the Kali. Mahabharata, Van Parva, Title “Kali Dharm and Kalki Avatar” Page No – 311 has prophesied the conditions of the earth when the Satya-yuga will return. “Creatures would come into existence again, beginning with the Brahmanas. When that age will pass away, creation will again increase.

God the Provider

God the Provider

AADISHRI ARUN

God the Provider

God the Provider –

Most of us think that it is our capability talent and training that helps us get into a profession, get a job and that is the way to provide for our families and take care for our responsibilities. We think that our business, our societies, and our professions are the ones that provide us with our livelihood and that helps us to live.  But this is not true. The reality is that society cannot provide for us until and unless that society is itself provided for and sustained by God.

The Lord is your Provider. He loves you and He has a good plan for your life. He wants to bless you so you can fulfill His plan and purpose. So you can really enjoy your life. And in His Word, He tells us who He is and how we can access everything we need through the son of God.

The problem is, sometimes we miss out on what God wants to do in our lives because we go to people, expecting them to give us what we need, instead of God. Now, God will have to work through the people He puts in our lives to help us, but we need to go to Him first and let Him determine the best way to meet our needs.

In the Bible, Philippians 4:19 says, “And my God will liberally supply (fill to the full) your every need according to His riches in glory in the name of His son.” This verse clearly tells us that God wants to meet our “every need in the name of his son.” But we can’t just take this one scripture and expect to have everything we need without reading it in the context of the whole Bible.

Further in the Bible, Matthew 6:33 says, “But seek (aim at and strive after) first of all His kingdom and His righteousness (His way of doing and being right), and then all these things taken together will be given you besides.”

When we seek worldly things instead of first seeking God, our focus is not in the right place. Our relationship with God needs to be our number one priority all the time, because everything we need is found in Him. When we seek God to know Him more and to learn the right way to live, then we can have confidence that He will take care of everything that concerns us and meet all of our needs.

I’ve found that when I spend more time seeking God’s face and not His hand – what He can give me and do for me – then my desires and thoughts line up more with His will. And when I spend more time praying for God to show me how to walk in love and treat people right, I’m more likely to want what God has for me –what’s best for me – because my mind and heart are set on the right things.

Hebrews 11:6 says, “Whoever would come near to God must [necessarily] believe that God exists and that He is the rewarder of those who earnestly and diligently seek Him [out].” And Romans 8:17 says that if we are children of God, we are “heirs of God and joint heirs with His son”. This means, we are born again and God has provided everything we need through the son of God. We just have to access it through a personal relationship with Him.

The Bible also teaches us to “love [our] enemies, do good, and lend, hoping for nothing in return; and [our] reward will be great…” and to “be merciful, just as [our] Father is merciful” (Luke 6:35-36). Verses 37-38 tell us not to judge others, to forgive, and to be generous with our giving, “for with the same measure that you use, it will be measured back to You.”

Obedience to God’s Word, giving and serving others is the ways we release the blessings of God in our lives. And if you haven’t learned to be a radical, generous giver, you are missing out on one of the best things in your life. I know from experience that you’ll never be happier than when you’re helping someone else…when you’re doing something to help make someone else’s life better. And anytime you do anything for anyone, always look at it as if you’re giving to God.

The best attitude we can have with giving is: “Lord, I’m doing this for you because I love you. You gave to me, now I want to give my life to you!” When this is the motive of your heart, then you can stand on Philippians 4:19, knowing He will meet your every need.

Trust God to meet every need in your life today. He wants to be your healer, comforter, wisdom, peace, joy – anything and everything you need. He wants you to live in His grace, forgiveness, mercy and strength. Rest in Him with confidence that He is the Lord your Provider!

If we have this attitude, that is when God becomes our unfailing protector and provider.

Karma & Dharma

Karma & Dharma

AADISHRI ARUN

Karma & DharmaKarma

The Law of Karma is the universal law that all embodied beings have to follow. There are many confusion about the law of Karma. People think of it as a system of rewards and punishments based on a moral code or dharma that God imposes on all creation. This is not true. The law of karma is not a moral code or even Dharma. Instead, the Law of Karma is part of the very fabric that the universe is made up of. The universe functions the way it does because the inherent logic of the universe is based on the principle of cause and effect. Thus the law of Karma is the very founding principle of creation. Nothing in creation can ever escape the law of karma. The law of karma is not a policeman or a judge who punishes or rewards you based on some moral codes or laws. It is simply cause and effect. It simply means that whatever we do has a repercussion. For example if I do some thing for some one, then some thing is done for me by some one in return. If I harm some one I will be harmed. It is as simple as that. For the Law of Karma to operate, the sense of the ‘I’ is important. Without the sense of ‘I’ Karma can not be accrued by an individual. Thus It can be said that whatever a being does with a specific personal purpose, it creates an entry into his Karmic account. That means that the being, in the future, either pays that karma or enjoy the fruits of that karma.This is how Creation keeps going as all beings that are at present in creation, are endlessly creating and paying off their karmas to each other. A typical jeevatma, goes through life after life and takes birth after birth, paying for old karmas and creating new karmas. This is why we are born into a certain situation in life. Someone is born poor someone is born rich.Someone lives happily and someone has to struggle etc. Each of us have a unique and complex Karmic history that we have to live out.

Dharma

Dharma is also Karma but there is a vital difference. Dharma is that action that we do that has no element of selfish or personal objective. Instead, whatever we do is with the objective of supporting God’s creation. When this is the motive, then that class of karma is called Dharma.In case the action is as per Dharma-or is Dharmic-then the fruit of that action does not accrue to us and therefore we are not karmically bound by our actions. An example will make this difference clear. A soldier fighting on the battle field kills an enemy combatant. And so does a cold-blooded murderer kill his victim. The act of killing is the same but the intent behind the two actions are completely different. The soldier does not kill for personal gain while the murderer does. This results in their fruits being very different. The soldier is committing Dharma and on the other hand, the murderer is committing karma for which he will have to account for later. For the average person when this difference is understood then the path way to liberation is opened since then a person can make sure that he can choose to only Dharma and choose to avoid karma in his daily life. The easiest way to do this is to offer whatever one does, to God. That way karma is decreased and Dharma increases and the practitioner progresses quickly towards liberation.
In summary it can be said that Dharma is that karma that does not stain the soul with there percussion of the action taken and therefore such an action leads the soul to Moksha or liberation.

Who is Aadishri Arun ?

Who is Aadishri Arun ?

Who is Aadishri Arun

In the  21st centuries in India, in a village called Pooth Khurd, in the North-west corner of Delhi, a person named Aadishri Arun has come to light and his followers realized that he is offering a true and genuine way to God realization. Aadishri Arun is actually two words. Aadishri and Arun. Aadishri means a person of high standing and of fame and it also means the first born who points to the father of all-God Himself. Arun on the other hand means Light or the source of light –the sun.

Thus Aadishri Arun together means a person who is of high stature, the first born, who illumines all with his radiance.

Aadishri Arun represents that illumined being that is the first to be created and through which and for whom the rest of creation is carried out. That being in these times has come to rest in the body of Arun. The teachings of Aadishri Arun illumine the path that takes one to the Anami-the formless aspect of the almighty. Aadishri shows and teaches us those methods that take us into the higher regions and guide us in our inner journey through sound and light. The process is called Surat-Shabd yoga.

Five Aspects of Aadishree Arun’s teachings

 

Five Aspects of Aadishree Arun’s teachings

AADISHRI ARUN

Five Aspects of Aadishree Arun’s teachings

The teachings of Aadishree Arun deal with the following five important aspects of life.

  1. Life for most is full of Sorrow.
  2. It is our desire for various things and their non availability that leads to sorrow.
  3. Ending of sorrow is possible and one should not think that there is no end to sorrow. Many people give up and even commit suicide but that is not right. Sorrow can be ended.
  4. The way to do this is Soorat Shabd yoga. By walking on this path, all sorrow can be erased from one’s life.
  5. The teachings of Aadishree Arun show us the way to a life full of meaning, intensity and happiness.