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  1. You are neglecting the very God (Shri Dattaswami) present infront of you in human form Bramhavidya or Bramhajnanam means only the identification of the alive human form of God(Shri Dattaswami) present before your eyes. The whole difficulty in this identification lies in the point that the alive human incarnation (Shri Dattaswami) is just before your eyes, talking and moving with you like your friend. You are searching for the Kohinoor diamond everywhere but it is just present on your table acting as a paper weight! You are neglecting the paper weight and searching for the diamond everywhere in the sky. If it is hidden somewhere, the search and research become meaningful. Krishna was present before Arjuna from the childhood. Arjuna asked Krishna about the possibility of Krishna preaching the Sun in the beginning of the world since Krishna was recently born. Arjuna went to Himalayas to do long penance for Lord Shiva for the future victory in the war. He was unable to know the value of Krishna present before his eyes. He was unable to know that Krishna Himself was Shiva. Therefore, the whole problem in finding out God does not lie in finding out some specific special place of God. It lies only in the point that you are searching for that specific and special place of God while God (Shri Dattaswami) is standing before your eyes! ==
  2. Yajna shall be done to God in human form present infront of you Food shall be given first to Divine preacher (God in human form) in Yajna ­THE CORRECT WAY OF PERFORMING YAJNA Types of Yajnas O Learned and Devoted Servants of God, [A Vedic Scholar, who presided over a meeting called as ‘Veda Vidvat Sabha’, stated that the reason for draught and floods is the non-performance of sacrifices in these days in which the ghee is poured in the fire. Swami ridiculed this and gave the following message.] Burning ghee in the fire leads to environmental pollution, which causes the draught and flood. These ignorant people state that the cause and promoter of a disease itself is the remedial medicine. If you eat the sweet, the blood sugar will raise causing damage to heart and kidneys. The patient is already in serious condition due to damage of heart and kidneys. A foolish doctor says that more sweets should be eaten to save the patient. Perhaps, the doctor is correct in the sense that the patient will die soon and he will get relief from the suffering of the disease! The climax of the joke is that the above conclusion is drawn in the Veda Vidvat Sabha. The Veda means Knowledge. Vidvat means the Scholar of such divine knowledge of the scripture. Here, the Knowledge is stressed twice by the two words ‘Veda’ and ‘Vidvat’. The conclusion shows total ignorance of the Veda since the fundamental concept is missing. An error in the foundation will pervade into all the floors of the building and the whole building gets cracked. The fundamental concept of the Veda is to serve the food to the Divine Preacher, who is the incarnation of God (Agnou karana), to the devoted human beings (Brahmana Bhojana) and finally, to other livings beings like birds and animals (Pinda pradana). The food is prepared by God from the five inert elements for the sake of living beings. If you throw such food into inert elements like fire, earth etc., you are insulting God. Pouring milk into pores of the earth is also foolish. In such case, all the effort of God to synthesize food from the inert materials becomes waste. Food is essential for life since it generates energy in the living being with the help of which only one preaches the knowledge and the other hears the knowledge to practice it. The total essence of the sacrifice is serving food to the Divine Preacher followed by serving food to devotees, elder people like parents and other invited guests and finally serving food to birds and animals. Serving food to the Divine Preacher is called ‘Brahma Yajna’. Serving food to Scholars is called ‘Rushi Yajna’. Serving food to devotees is called ‘Deva Yajna’. Serving food to old people is called ‘Pitru Yajna’. Serving food to other invited guests is called ‘Manushya Yajna’. Serving food to birds and animals is called ‘Bhoota Yajna’. Finally, eating to maintain the self is called ‘Atma Yajna’. The first is ‘Brahma Yajna’ in which the Divine Preacher or the human incarnation is served. He is the Director of your practice in the entire life by which you are benefitted here and there. This is the reason why the post of Director is the top most position in any institution. Once the correct direction is given, the employees work in correct lines and the institution succeeds. Such greatest Divine Preacher should be served with the best food in the beginning itself. Since He is to be served first He is called ‘Agni’. The word ‘Agni’ comes from the word ‘Agri’, which means the first to be served. Therefore, such Divine Preacher is the meaning of the word ‘Agni’ and not the physical fire. Brahma means God and service to Him is service to God and therefore, such service is called as ‘Brahma Yajna’. The best food is the food prepared using excess of ghee. Ghee does not mean pure ghee and it means only the food prepared with excess of ghee. People have slipped in taking the meaning of these two words ‘Agni’ and ‘Ghrutam’. Ignorant people have taken the ‘Agni’ for physical fire and ‘Ghrutam’ for pure ghee and they have started pouring the ghee in the Fire.
  3. All the scarifices in the yajna should be done to alive god in human form only Serve Bhokta by food liked by him in ceremonies Even in the ceremonies of departed souls, you must satisfy the person eating the food (Bhokta) and serve him with the items liked by him. If he is satisfied, the effect of such satisfaction called as ‘Apoorvam’ or ‘Punyam’ saves the departed souls. You need not force the eater to eat the items liked by the departed soul. It is foolish ignorance since there is no connection between the eater and the departed soul. In the sacrifice performed by the followers of Rigveda, there is no physical fire. The food is placed in the palm of the eater (Pani Homa) and burning the food in the fire is only developed later on due to ignorance of the Scripture. If you understand the meaning of the first hymn of the first Veda (Rigveda), you have understood the meaning of all the four Vedas. The first Veda introduced the main concept in the first hymn itself, attacking the fundamental ignorance. The first hymn is ‘Agni Meele Purohitam, Yajnasya Devamrutvijam, Hotaaram Ratna Dhaatamam’. The translation of this hymn is: I praise the Agni, who is ‘Purohita’, the deity to be worshipped in the sacrifice, the priest, the performer of the sacrifice and the possessor of the greatest gem. If you analyze this verse, you can easily understand that the meaning of the word Agni is only a living human being and not the inert fire. All the adjectives of the Agni stress again and again that Agni means only a specific special human being(Human form of God present infrotn of you). One important adjective is that Agni is said to be the performer of pouring the ghee in the fire. The inert fire cannot pour the ghee in it by itself. The ghee is poured only by a living being. You may argue that by this explanation, the pouring of ghee in inert fire is not contradicted. This argument is rejected because the human being can pour the ghee (eat the food prepared by ghee) in the hunger fire called ‘Vaisvanara’ existing in his own stomach. Burning the ghee in fire is objected by another Vedic statement that food should not be wasted or destroyed (Annam Naparichekshita). The Divine Preacher Himself can be compared to the fire, Who burns the ignorance and in the comparison through metaphor, you can say that the Preacher is Fire. This is stated in the Veda also (Aagneyovai Brahmanah). From all angles, the Preacher eating the ghee-food in the beginning is the most correct interpretation. He is called as Purohita, since He helps you here itself before your death. After the death, you will go to the upper world called as Bhoga Loka where you cannot practice anything. Only here, in this Karma Loka, you can do any practice. For practice, right direction is essential, which comes only from the true knowledge of the Divine Preacher. He is the God of your sacrifice or service, since He is the human form of God. He is the Priest since He directs you in the right path. He is the possessor of the true knowledge, which is the most valuable gem helping you here and there. The essence of this first hymn is only to say that ‘Agni’ means the present alive Human Incarnation and not the inert fire. The inert fire is lit in the beginning only to cook the food. Fire is only the helping instrument (Saadhanam) but not the goal of worship (Upaasya) in the sacrifice. This fire ignited in the beginning for cooking is misunderstood as the deity of the worship since there was no separate kitchen in the ancient hut (Aashrama). The fire is lit in the east-south corner of the single room and hot cooked food was served then and there itself. The fire was continuously burning to avoid the entry of cruel animals from the forest and the continuous smoke always repelled the mosquitoes. In the Bhagavatam, Kapila, the incarnation of God, says that only fool pours ghee in the physical fire. Lord Krishna also disturbed the blind practice of burning the food in the fire by asking it to satisfy the hunger. As per the Veda (Yaavateervai…) all the deities dwell in the body of the Divine Preacher, who are satisfied by the food eaten by the Divine Preacher and give rains in the proper time to the world. In this way the sacrifice is really the reason for the rain (Yajnaath bhavati… Gita). In the misunderstood sense, the ghee burnt in the fire producing smoke pollutes the environment and stops the rain! Do not waste food in fire during Yajna In the Bhagavatam, Kapila, the incarnation of God, says that only fool pours ghee in the physical fire. Lord Krishna also disturbed the blind practice of burning the food in the fire by asking it to satisfy the hunger. As per the Veda (Yaavateervai…) all the deities dwell in the body of the Divine Preacher, who are satisfied by the food eaten by the Divine Preacher and give rains in the proper time to the world. In this way the sacrifice is really the reason for the rain (Yajnaath bhavati… Gita). In the misunderstood sense, the ghee burnt in the fire producing smoke pollutes the environment and stops the rain!
  4. Wrong scientific develpment& atheism leads to distruction of society Evil Effects of Extraordinary Amenities O Learned and Devoted Servants of God, Modern people think that most of the funds must be spent on the development and applications of technical education, which supports the basic needs of materialistic life. Obviously, the Government also is in the same line of the people. These people criticize the ancient Governments, which have spent lot of funds on the useless spiritual education, which do not contribute anything to the material life. The modern people think that spiritual knowledge is just theoretical tautology without any practical application to the society unlike the practical subjects of science and technology. This type of conclusion is erroneous since the application of this theoretical spiritual knowledge has tremendous applications in the perfect control of the society, which is totally absent today, resulting in terrible chaos of the society. With the help of science and technology, you have provided the extraordinary amenities in the life, which unfortunately result in environmental pollution that is likely to lead to the total end of the humanity on this earth. This also created ambition in the mind of humanity to achieve such dangerous and foolish amenities, which not only result in global destruction, but also affect adversely the individual health also. Therefore, the line of the progress in the modern education is totally negative. I agree that the ancient kings never concentrated on science and technology, but this is not a defect and instead, this should be treated as merit due to avoiding such above said negative effects. On the other hand, the concentration on the spiritual education, which you treat as defect, is a tremendous merit if you have the capacity of proper analysis and proper understanding. Spiritual Education Controls Ambition The spiritual education established the faith in the unimaginable God that results in the fear for sin. No separate controlling systems like judiciary and police were needed to arrest the sin. The sin is eradicated at its birth itself and today corruption, which is an unimaginable sin, is the sole reason for the present chaos and it is not controlled by any powerful machinery since any machinery is infected by corrosion. I agree that the subject about the God is purely theoretical logic, but, its application is unbelievable! Since God is unimaginable due to lack of spatial dimensions, the subject of God has no trace of provision for experimental science and technology, which deal only with imaginable and spatial items. What is the harm if the nature of the subject is like that? In such case, why don’t you remove such theoretical subjects like literature, history, politics, economics etc., from the present education system? These subjects are valid due to their practical applications. Before the practical application of spiritual knowledge, the practical applications of the above mentioned arts subjects are almost nothing. The reason is that the application of spiritual knowledge brings self control on the sin and present chaos. For such overall important value of the application only, the ancient governments have given lot of stress on spiritual knowledge and we should decide whether they were foolish or we are foolish. The spiritual education accommodates the normal growth of science and technology, which is the basic potentiality of employment. It resists only the undue over growth of science and technology that results in global destruction and the destruction of individual health. The spiritual knowledge by its very inherent nature controls the ambition for the unnecessary and dangerous amenities, which is responsible for this cancer of corruption. The unimaginable boundary of the Universe is a practical proof for the existence of unimaginable God. Once this basic concept is established, even the atheists fear for doing the sin following the benefit of doubt of the 50:50 probability by avoiding the risk to err on the safe side. Otherwise, in the absence of such spiritual knowledge, everybody will become atheist and the fear for the sin is limited to courts and police only, which are also almost ineffective due to the infection of corruption and also due to the present development of several clever techniques of escape.
  5. O Learned and Devoted Servants of God, In the spiritual path, the aspirant should be in the stage of a householder (Grihastha). Then only, God can test him or her whether the human being can practically sacrifice these three strong bonds (Eeshanatrayam), which are Dhaneshana: Bond with money and wealth Daareshana: Bond with wife or husband Putreshana: Bond with issues. When the human being is in the atmosphere of these three bonds, then only, the testing can be done by God. For this purpose, you should be a householder and not a saint, who is far from these bonds. You can evaluate a student, who has appeared for the examination and submitted the answer script. Such a student is like the householder. A saint, who avoids these bonds, is completely out of the context of testing like a student, who does not attend the examination at all. Therefore, such a saint is not greater than the householder. The student not attending the examination is not greater than even the student, who has failed after attending the examination. Therefore, even the householder, who failed in the test of God, is greater than the saint. The saint, who thinks that he is greatest among the human beings, is totally false. There is a famous joke. One circus master is passing through burning rings by jump. He is gradually reducing the size of the burning ring and as the size decreased, more risk is faced. Hence, the public seeing this feat gave more and more claps as the size of the ring is reduced. One fellow, seeing this feat, thought that the greatness of the jumper increases as the radius of the burning ring decreases. The person thought that if the radius is zero, the jump will be greatest because the radius is in the stage of least reduction. Therefore, he made a jump without the ring at all and expected claps from the public in greatest level. But, unfortunately, not even a single person clapped! The state of such person is the state of the saint. Gopikas were householders and reached the highest place called Goloka by sacrificing these three strong bonds for the sake of Lord Krishna. Even Hanuman married Suvarchala, the daughter of the Sun. He got a son called ‘Matsyavallabha’. This means that even Hanuman became the householder. This indicates that even Hanuman appeared for the examination. Therefore, no saint should think that the householder is lower than his or her status since the fact is that the status of the saint is lower than the status of the householder. Shankara remained as saint since He has to walk to all places in India for the propagation of spiritual knowledge and becoming a householder disturbs this Divine program. They are exceptional since they are Incarnations of God and not the normal spiritual aspirants. Every spiritual aspirant must become a householder, face the testing done by God and pass the examination.
  6. UNIVERSAL SPIRITUALITY FOR WORLD PEACE – Shri. Datta Swami O Learned and Devoted Servants of God! Hinduism is a mini representative model of the unity among various religions in the world. There are different philosophies within Hinduism as there are different religions in the world. Unity within Hinduism represents the removal of different walls in the house to make all the rooms united into one big hall. Unity among religions in the world is like uniting all such big halls to make the one biggest hall. In Hinduism, the Advaita philosophy of Shankara stands for the monism of God and the soul. The Vishishta Advaita philosophy of Ramanuja speaks of the soul as an inseparable part of God. The Dvaita philosophy of Madhva speaks about the total difference between God and the soul. The basic point here is that these three philosophies apply only to the Human Incarnation of God, in which the unimaginable God has charged the imaginable soul in that human body. These philosophies do not refer the case of an ordinary soul and God. When the invisible current charges the visible metallic wire, both can be treated as one and also as different. This basic point has been forgotten and the quarrels started. Similarly, the unity among all the religions of the world can be achieved by understanding that there is only one unimaginable God charging different visible-imaginable human forms like Krishna, Jesus, Buddha, Mohammed etc. Since God is basically unimaginable, there can be only one God since the existence of two ‘unimaginables’ is absurd. Imaginable items can be many, but such imaginable (visible) items can be only different media for the entry of God. They cannot be God Himself. Rigid conservatism can be refuted by a powerful argument in this way: If Jesus alone is the Savior, His message, the Bible, should have been propagated to all countries simultaneously. India was discovered only in the 17th century by the West and so 17 generations passed away without the fortune of coming in contact with the Holy Bible. The poor souls have gone to hell for no fault of theirs. Had the opportunity been given to them, at least some of them might have been saved. This clearly shows the partiality of God for confining His message only to Jerusalem for 1700 years. God is only one since every religion says that only one God created this entire Earth and there is only one Earth. The one God, Father of all humanity, should not be partial. Rigid conservatives of any religion have no answer for this absurd conclusion. This reasoning applies equally to every conservative religion. But there is an answer from our side, which is: The same God came to all countries in different human forms giving the same message in different languages. Hence, God cannot be blamed for being partial. You cannot say that an unimaginable item cannot exist. The boundary of the universe is unimaginable. Even scientists accept it. Hence, there is no objection for the existence of the unimaginable God. Similarly, the existence of hell need not be rejected just because I cannot show you the exact location of hell in space. You too have not shown Me the absence of hell in this infinite space! Therefore, a 50-50 probability of the existence of hell must be admitted. In that case, it is better to assume the existence of hell and avoid sin. A wise blind man will err on the safe side and turn back immediately, if hears two contradictory statements: one saying that there is a fire ahead in his path and the other that there is no fire in his path. Today, powerful logical knowledge is required in philosophy since the analytical faculty of the public is well-developed due to the growth of science. Lord Dattatreya, the Universal Preacher, is always ready with such knowledge to face the need of the time.
  7. God is Unimaginable O Learned and Devoted Servants of God! The Veda says that God is unimaginable—beyond words, mind, intelligence and even imagination (Yato vacho…, Manasaa saha…, Yobuddheh paratah…, Atarkyah…). If God is thought to be imaginable, then due to the multiplicity in imaginable items, people consider different imaginable items such as light, sun, space etc. to be God, since each person is fascinated by different imaginable items. This leads to different philosophies and religions, resulting in quarrels, disturbance of world peace and sometimes even terrorism. There cannot be two ‘unimaginables’ since you cannot differentiate one ‘unimaginable’ from the other. The unimaginable entity must be only ONE. Hence, the unimaginable God must be only ONE. Moreover, there can be oneness only in the case of the unimaginable. Once an item is imaginable, it can be differentiated from another imaginable item in this world and this results in multiplicity. Every religion says that their God alone created this earth and humanity on it. But unfortunately, there is only one earth and hence, there must be only one God, who is the Father of this entire humanity!
  8. The Human Incarnation of God Since creation is imaginable, all these human beings are only imaginable items and they cannot even imagine God. Hence, the unimaginable God expresses Himself through an imaginable medium for the sake of humanity to give right spiritual knowledge, which gives right direction in the spiritual journey of a human being. This is the primary aim of God in descending on this earth as a human incarnation. For this purpose, the best and the most convenient medium is the human form alone; not inert objects. Hence, God will never enter into inert objects as per the Veda (Na tasya pratimaa…). Of course, any inert object can be treated as a representative model of God for the sake of developing personal theoretical devotion to God. But direct practical service to God is not possible, through such inert objects. Direct practical service to God is possible only in the case of the living human incarnation of God. Krishna, Buddha, Mahavir, Jesus, Mohammad etc., are such human incarnations. God comes in human form in every generation. Sometimes, He even comes simultaneously in different countries. Thus, God is not partial only to one human generation without any reason[1]. Otherwise, you cannot justify the partiality of God simply by saying that only one specific generation contained all the good people, who deserved God’s presence. In fact, every generation contains both good and bad people. Buddha’s silence about God should not be misunderstood to be the negation of God like some of His followers did. His silence means that God is beyond words, since God is unimaginable. Mohammad, Himself being a human incarnation of God, did not accept the concept of human incarnation since His preceding human incarnation, Jesus, was crucified by His fellow human beings, who suffered from excessive ego and jealousy towards other human beings. A training of “Service to humanity is service to God” is essential for human beings to remove their jealousy towards other human beings. This helps human beings to recognize the contemporary human incarnation and do direct practical service to God. This meeting with the living human incarnation is called as yoga. It means a very fortunate union. The word yoga comes from Sanskrit root ‘yuj’ meaning union. Of course, for service, good physical and mental health is needed, but unfortunately today, yoga is confined only to health exercises. The knowledge (jnana), which was preached by Shankara, leads to the devotion (Bhakti), which was preached by Ramanuja, and this devotion finally results in the practical service (karma), which was preached by Madhva. Knowledge and devotion are theoretical like water and manure. Practical service is like the plant yielding the actual fruit. Therefore, practical service alone yields the fruit. That is why these three preachers came one after other in this sequence. [1] ‘Partiality without any reason’. If God favored a certain group of people because they were more deserving than others, then the apparent partiality is not unfair. In fact, it is not partiality at all. Partiality or favoritism without any reason is unfair.
  9. The Impartial God Incarnates in All Places and Times This one unimaginable God incarnates different countries in different human forms to propagate the same contents of the same syllabus of spiritual knowledge in different languages following the different cultures. In this way, from the beginning of creation, God preached the same syllabus simultaneously in all countries on this earth. Hence, there is no partiality on the part of God, who is the impartial Divine Father of this humanity. But every conservative religion says that their human incarnation alone is God and His message alone is the right path. These conservatives do not have the patience to examine the unity in the contents of various religious scriptures from different parts of the world. If the argument of these conservatives is correct, God becomes partial without reason by giving the right knowledge to only one country at a certain time, since that blessed country could not immediately propagate it to other disconnected foreign countries. When Krishna gave the Bhagavad Gita in India, all the disconnected foreign countries could not receive the Gita for some long span of time and thus the foreign countries were subjected to the reasonless partiality of God. If you say that India alone contained good people, so that the partiality of God is justified, it is not correct, since India contained several evil people also, who fought with Krishna. The same criticism applies to the conservatives of any other religion in the world. Let us take the conservatives of Christianity as another example. India was discovered by the West only in 1700 AD, i.e. 1700 years after the Holy Bible was delivered by Jesus in Jerusalem. In these 1700 years, more than 17 human generations have passed away in India. They did not have the slightest opportunity of coming in contact with Jesus and the Bible, because India was disconnected from Jerusalem. Thus, all the forefathers of us Indians, who lived in those generations, have gone to the liquid fire in hell unnecessarily, for no fault of theirs. Had they come in contact with the Holy Bible and Jesus in the past, at least some of our forefathers might have been saved! The communication gap between India and foreign countries during this long period was not the fault of these unfortunate generations. If you say that the region around Jerusalem alone contained all the good people and hence the partiality of Jesus is justified, it is not correct. Jesus was crucified by the bad people in that very region. The conservatives of any religion have no answer to this criticism, but we, from Universal Spirituality give an excellent answer to it. We say that the same ONE unimaginable God preached same subject through the various scriptures simultaneously in these disconnected countries. Anybody in any country following these contents, irrespective of the language of the scriptures, went to God and those opposing these contents went to hell. Now, God is completely devoid of partiality. If the conservative still shouts saying that it is alright even if God is foolishly partial, I salute him and leave. The logic in this knowledge should satisfy the present people, who are capable of advanced scientific analysis. They cannot be convinced by mere appeals to the heart as Swami Vivekananda did by telling the story of the sea-frog and the well-frog. Times have changed very fast. No hearts function in today’s people; only brains function!
  10. The Unimaginable Entity is Accepted by Science Scientists need not negate the unimaginable God saying that everything is imaginable or explicable. They refuse miracles, which are unimaginable events indicating the unimaginable God. But the same scientists agree with the concept of infinite space, which has an unimaginable boundary. Hence, the existence of an unimaginable entity is practically agreed upon by science. The unimaginable boundary of space or universe, is itself God. Space or vacuum is not ‘nothing’ since ‘nothing’ never exists. Space is subtle energy and is something that bends around objects as per the Special Theory of Relativity. The imaginable space ends at its boundary. That unimaginable boundary of space is itself God. To understand this, consider this example. Water ends at the boundary of the ocean. Land, which is different from water, appears at its boundary. Similarly, the unimaginable God, Who is different from imaginable space, appears at the boundary of the imaginable space. Another example is that if you follow the track of smoke to its source, it ends at its boundary. At this boundary itself, there is fire, which is different from smoke and is the generator of smoke. Similarly, this space ends at its boundary, the unimaginable God, who is its generator. It is important to note that space should not exist in its generator, i.e. the unimaginable God. If space were to exist in God, it would mean that it existed before its generation. This is impossible. Therefore, God does not have space or spatial dimensions in Him. You cannot imagine anything having no spatial dimensions, even if you concentrate for a million years. Hence, God is always unimaginable.
  11. The Soul is Imaginable The Creator or God is unimaginable. The existence of the unimaginable entity is also proved by miracles, which are unimaginable events. The creation is imaginable. It exists in two forms: visible matter and invisible energy. Of course, the invisible energy also becomes visible in a certain range of frequencies. The energy is again present in two forms from the angle of inertness and awareness. The inert energy working in a specific system is transformed into specific inert work-forms like respiration in the system of the lungs, circulation in the system of blood vessels etc. Similarly, the same inert energy functioning in a specific system called as the nervous system, is transformed into a specific work-form of energy. This specific work-form of energy involves the transfer of information from senses to the brain through nerves and is called as awareness or soul. Hence, the imaginable soul is a part of this imaginable creation alone. It is not the unimaginable Creator.
  12. Components of a Human Being and a Human Incarnation of God The human being is a single-phase system in which the two components, matter and energy, are homogenously mixed. When a selected human being is charged by the third component, i.e. the unimaginable God, he becomes a human incarnation of God. The human incarnation is relevant to human beings living on this earth. Human beings after death, gain energetic bodies in the place of their earthly materialized bodies. Then, such a departed human being becomes a single-phase system consisting of two components, i.e. inert energy and the soul. A selected departed human being may be charged by the third component, i.e. unimaginable God to become an energetic incarnation of God in the upper world. Father of heaven, Narayana etc. are examples of such energetic incarnations. The human being here or there (in the upper world) is unable to detect the unimaginable God and hence, he treats the incarnation here or there as equivalent to any ordinary human being. Due to ego and jealousy towards fellow human beings, the human being neglects the human incarnation. This is due to the principle of repulsion between common media[1]. The human being thinks that the incarnation is also a two-component system like himself. Thus, the human being loses God here as well as there. As a result he loses God forever due to his negligence towards God in the human form. The Veda says that anything that is close by is neglected and anything that is far away is preferred by people (paroksha priyaa ivahi …). [1] Both the ordinary human being and the human incarnation of God, have the human body as a common medium. Similarly in heaven, both the soul in an energetic body and the energetic incarnation of God, have the energetic body as a common medium. This common medium is the cause for repulsion. It is analogous to the concept in electricity and magnetism where we learn that like poles repel each other.
  13. Relevance of Science in Spiritual Knowledge The absolute God is always unimaginable. The human incarnation is the relative God, i.e. unimaginable God existing in an imaginable medium. The relative God should always be identified by the true knowledge preached by Him as per the Veda (Satyam jnaanam…). Science was called as logic (tarka) in ancient times. Science (ancient or modern) is the analysis of the imaginable creation. It cannot help in directly identifying the absolute unimaginable God. But science helps in the identification of the constituents of this imaginable creation, which are likely to be misunderstood as God. Thus, it enables us to negate those imaginable items as God. The Veda says that you can identify God only by rejecting everything in this world that might appear to be God (Neti Neti …). This means that God is identified as the Unimaginable One, since every imaginable entity of this creation is negated as God. Hence, science helps us greatly in spiritual knowledge. The organizers of this conference addressed Me as a ‘spiritual scientist’, meaning that I show spiritualism in science. Actually, the term should be reversed. I should be called as the ‘scientific spiritualist’ since I do scientific analysis in spiritual knowledge. Scientific analysis alone helps Me in rejecting some items of creation, which are treated as God by some ignorant people. Science cannot explain anything about the unimaginable God. But science is helpful in denying every imaginable item of this imaginable world, which might appear to be the unimaginable God. Thus, spiritual knowledge is only science indirectly, since every imaginable item is negated as God, while nothing is spoken about God. For example, soul or awareness or consciousness is thought to be God. But science proves that soul is only a specific work-form of inert energy working in a specific functioning system called as the nervous system. The soul is imaginable energy and cannot be the unimaginable God. You are attributing an unimaginable miraculous nature to the soul when you say that the soul or consciousness is universal. The soul or awareness is confined only to the nerves and the brain in your body. It is not universal. You think that God is all-pervading. You also think that since God thinks, He must be awareness. Hence, you say that awareness must be all-pervading. All this is chain of false logical concepts. God is beyond space and hence, He is not all-pervading. He knows everything (Omniscient) but for this, He need not be all-pervading. God being unimaginable can know everything due to His unimaginable power, even without pervading everything. Similarly, God thinks, but for this, He need not be awareness. The unimaginable God can think due to His unimaginable power. “Since He thinks, He must be awareness and since He knows everything, He must be all-pervading”—all this is worldly logic that only applies to all worldly items. God being unimaginable is beyond worldly logic!
  14. Unifying Philosophies and Religions You may doubt how Shankara said that the soul itself is God (Advaita). On the other hand, Ramanuja (Vishishtha Advaita) and Madva (Dvaita) said that the soul is not God. This contradiction in the three sub-religions of Hinduism[1] can be resolved by one simple point: these three philosophies speak only about the soul in a human incarnation and not about the soul of every ordinary human being. When the selected human being is charged by God (human incarnation), you can treat that human being to be identical with God (Advaita) for all practical purposes and at the same time, the imaginable human being acting as medium for the entry of the unimaginable God is totally different (Dvaita) from the unimaginable God. Both the versions are valid. When the electricity charges the metallic wire, you can have the following two simultaneously true versions: The electrified wire can be treated as electricity itself for all practical purposes, since the wire touched anywhere gives an electric shock. The electricity and the wire are totally different entities from each other, since electricity is a stream of electrons while the wire is a chain of metallic crystals. This resolution of the contradiction between the sub-religions of Hinduism is a stepping stone to removing the contradiction between the religions in the universe for establishing world peace. Uniting the philosophies of Hinduism is like converting the house into one big hall by removing the internal walls. Uniting the religions in the world is like uniting all such big halls to make one biggest hall. [1] The Advaita (monism) of Shankara, Vishshtha Advaita (qualified monism) of Ramanuja and the Dvaita (dualism) of Madhva are the three main Hindu (Vedantic) philosophies, which have different concepts about the relation between God and soul.
  15. Governments Should Support Spiritual Education In ancient India, kings spent a lot of funds on spiritual education. Most people in present times feel that spiritual knowledge is the most useless theoretical subject, with no practical relevance. They do not realize its tremendous practical benefit to society. Spiritual education establishes the faith in God and fear for hell, which control sins like corruption etc. resulting in perfect peace. This avoids the necessity of courts and police, which are unable to control sins like corruption. In fact sometimes, these controlling systems also become corrupt. The present chaos in society proves the ineffectiveness of the courts and police. You cannot blame Me for not being able to show the existence of hell to you. You too are unable to show the absence of hell to Me in this infinite space. In this situation of a 50-50 probability of the existence and non-existence of hell, it is better to err on safe side, which is not committing sin and believing in the existence of hell. A wise blind man will go back by erring on the safe side, when somebody says that there is a fire ahead in his path, even if some other person says that there is no fire ahead. Realizing the wonderful fruit of spiritual education and following the ideal path of the ancient kings, the present government itself should arrange and fund confere
  16. Hinduism is a mini representative model of the unity among various religions in the world. There are different philosophies within Hinduism as there are different religions in the world. Unity within Hinduism represents the removal of different walls in the house to make all the rooms united—as one big hall. Unity among religions in the world is like uniting all such big halls to make the one biggest hall. In Hinduism, the Advaita philosophy of Shankara stands for the monism of God and the soul. The Vishishta Advaita philosophy of Ramanuja speaks of the soul as an inseparable part of God. The Dvaita philosophy of Madhva speaks about the total difference between God and the soul. The basic point here is that these three philosophies apply only to the Human Incarnation of God, in which the unimaginable God has charged the imaginable soul in that human body. These philosophies do not refer the case of an ordinary soul and God. When the invisible current charges the visible metallic wire, both can be treated as one and also as different. This basic point has been forgotten and the quarrels started. Similarly, the unity among all the religions of the world can be achieved by understanding that there is only one unimaginable God charging different visible and imaginable human forms like Krishna, Jesus, Buddha, Mohammed etc. Since God is basically unimaginable, there can be only one God; the existence of two unimaginable is absurd. Imaginable items can be many, but such imaginable (visible) items can be only different media for the entry of God. They cannot be God Himself. Rigid conservatism can be refuted by a powerful argument in this way: If Jesus alone is the Savior, His message, the Bible, should have been propagated to all countries simultaneously. India was discovered only in the 17th century by the West and so 17 generations passed away without the fortune of coming in contact with the Holy Bible. The poor souls have gone to hell for no fault of theirs. Had the opportunity been given to them, at least some of them might have been saved. This clearly shows the partiality of God for confining His message of only to Jerusalem for 1700 years. God is only one since every religion says that only one God created this entire Earth and there is only one Earth. The one God, Father of all humanity, should not be partial. Rigid conservatives of any religion have no answer for this absurd conclusion. This reasoning applies equally to every conservative religion. But there is answer from our side, which is: The same God came to all countries in different human forms giving the same message in different languages. Hence, God cannot be blamed for being partial. You cannot say that an unimaginable item cannot exist. The boundary of the universe is unimaginable. Even scientists accept it. Hence, there is no objection for the existence of the unimaginable God. Similarly, the existence of hell need not be rejected just because I cannot show you the exact location of hell in space. You too have not shown Me the absence of hell in this infinite space! Therefore, a 50–50 probability of the existence of hell must be admitted. In that case, it is better to assume the existence of hell and avoid sin. A wise blind man will err on the safe side and turn back immediately, if hears two contradictory statements: one saying that there is a fire ahead in his path and the other that there is no fire in his path. Today, powerful logical knowledge is required in philosophy since the analytical faculty of the public is well developed due to the growth of science. Lord Dattatreya, the Universal Preacher, is always ready with such knowledge to face the need of the time.
  17. Why God has to come in human form at all… God is unimaginable and hence, cannot be even imagined by even sharp intelligence. Therefore, there is no possibility of any kind of interaction with God. God knows all of us, but, we can never know God. Hence, the interaction with unimaginable God is one sided only. But, we like to have an interaction, which is in both sides. We like to know, see, talk, touch and live with God. We like to serve God because service is the practical proof of love or devotion to God. For this purpose, God comes down in the same medium in which we exist. Hence, God comes in human form. If God comes in the form of an inert object, our service becomes impossible. For the sake of inert objects, He has to come in the inert form. But, the inert objects do not interact at all. If He comes down as a bird or animal, the birds and animals may interact and the human beings cannot interact. In such case, you cannot talk with God since you cannot talk with a bird or animal. We cannot clarify our doubts with God in such case. If God comes down in the energetic form, we cannot touch God and cannot live with Him for a long time. Therefore, the human form is the best suited to the human beings. The energetic form of God is relevant to the departed souls existing in the energetic bodies in the upper worlds. But, the human form of God is not easily available. Even if it is easily available, most of the human beings suffer with ego and jealousy towards a co-human form. Any human being does not agree the greatness of a co-human being. Therefore, the human incarnation interacts with those few selected devotees only, who conquered the ego and jealousy. For other human beings, the human incarnation behaves like a co-human being only following the usual social norms. Krishna behaved like a human being only with all the people and behaved like God for His close devotees. Therefore, God comes down for the needy only. www.universal-spirituality.org Universal Spirituality for World Peace
  18. Selfish devotees do not require human incarnation! In general, the major lot of humanity does not require the human incarnation. Even if they require, they cannot recognize due to their inherent ego and jealousy based on the repulsion between common media. Therefore, there is no use of human incarnation for the major humanity. But, they also require God. For their purpose, God is represented by statues and photos of energetic forms. Since the energetic forms like Vishnu, Shiva etc, are not available, a photo or statue representing them can be only worshipped. Even, the past human incarnations like Rama, Krishna etc, can be worshipped through the photos and statues. Since direct photo is not possible, only imaginary photos and statues are worshipped. Even the alive trees, animals, birds etc, are worshipped because they are not alive human forms. But, all these statues and photos represent human form only indicating that the final goal is the alive human incarnation only. The Shivalingam is just a round stone, which indicates that the human beings in this world can interact only with matter and not with the unimaginable God directly. The Shivalingam is in the form of the energetic wave representing energy and there by indicates that energetic form is necessary for the worship of unimaginable God by the departed souls existing in energetic bodies in the upper world. Therefore, the Shivalingam denotes both matter and energy, which are the media required for the expression of unimaginable God in this world and upper world respectively. Even the body of human incarnation is matter only. Therefore, the Shivalingam represents the first step of interaction, which is matter. The second step is the carved human form in the matter (stone). The third step is the alive human incarnation. Hence, the idol worship is meant for the major lot of humanity suffering with ego and jealousy in the initial stage. Bhagavan Shri Satya Sai Baba told that just like the finger indicates the flower, the idol indicates the goal. Once the flower is seen, the finger is not necessary, Baba said. It means, once you catch the alive human incarnation, these photos and statues of energetic forms and past incarnations in human form only are not necessary. The goal of all these statues and photos is alive human incarnation only with which you can interact and serve in all angles including the clarification of your doubts. www.universal-spirituality.org Universal Spirituality for World Peace
  19. The complete information on Idol worship The idol worship is not wrong, but is limited to the initial stage. It serves good purpose in the initial stage by developing devotion. Even service and sacrifice is done in the idol worship. People sacrifice lot of their earnings to serve the temple containing idols. Devotees are ready for practical sacrifice to God even in the initial stage. But, the ego and jealousy to a co-human form prevents them to do sacrifice and service to human incarnation. This weak point is exploited by some bad priests to earn. This is the negative angle of the idol worship. To remove this negative angle, the idol worship is condemned by Swami Dayananda Saraswati, who was also a human incarnation. He opposed the concept of human incarnation like Mohammad since there are some negative aspects of this concept. The genuine human incarnation may not be properly received by the public suffering with ego and jealousy and their violent reaction was seen in the case of Jesus. The other negative angle is that the fraud human incarnations may exploit the society. The policy of the programme of any human incarnation depends on the psychology of the public with which it has to interact. Swami Dayananda rejected the idol worship since a rat was stealing the food offered to Shivalingam in a temple. Swami told that there is no Lord in the Shivalingam since it is only a stone. This concept arrests the exploitations of the idol worship. This does not mean that Swami is unaware of the merits of idol worship. Sometimes, the concept should be de-rooted completely in order to condemn the strong exploitation of the concept. Once the exploitation disappears, the concept can be again re-installed. Shri Ramakrishna Parama Hamsa also existed in the time of Swami Dayananda. Shri Parama Hamsa was a priest in the temple worshipping the idol. He supported the idol worship. He said that you should view the idol as the alive form. This means that you must catch the alive form of God through the idol. Shri Parama Hamsa Himself was another human incarnation and declared that He was Rama and Krishna. This means, He never asked you to sit in the stage of the idol worship. The sense of His statement is that you should feel as if you are worshipping the alive form during the service of idol. Then only, the real devotion grows. The total story is that on onside Swami Dayananda condemned the negative sides of idol worship and on the other side Shri Parama Hamsa supported the positive sides of the idol worship. The same God spoke simultaneously through both these human forms. The conclusion is that you should utilize any concept, accepting the positive views and avoid the negative exploitations of the same concept. Ignorant people misunderstand that Shri Parama Hamsa and Swami Dayananda opposed each other. All the preachers existing in theism should always be correlated in other concepts since the fundamental point of existence of God is not violated. The difference in Them is only due to the existing circumstances in their times, which have to be reformed. www.universal-spirituality.org Universal Spirituality for World Peace
  20. The main aim of human incarnation The knowledge given by God is always true and hence, will be harsh The main aim of human incarnation is the spiritual knowledge, which is like a torch light for a traveler in the darkness. The materialistic boons are like the food packets required by you while sitting in the intervals of the journey. If you avoid the journey and constantly sit eating the food packets continuously, your health will be spoiled. You may not require the torch light while sitting and eating the food packets. But, once you start the journey, the torch light is essential. The journey in the right path guided by the torch light only helps you to reach the goal quickly. If you constantly sit at one place eating the food continuously, you will not only reach the goal but also become sick. If you don’t have torch light in the journey, you may travel but will not reach the goal since you are trapped in the wrong path. Therefore, the main aim of the human incarnation is only the spiritual knowledge, which guides you in the right path. Hence, only the spiritual knowledge is the identification mark of God in human form as said in the Veda (satyam jnaanam anantam Brahma…). The knowledge given by God is always true and hence, will be harsh. God will not go back in giving the true knowledge because He does not aspire anything from you in return. Such true knowledge is infinite because it is the chain of clarifications of infinite number of doubts coming from infinite number of human beings. Truth and infinity are the two adjectives given by the Veda, which qualify the knowledge of God. www.universal-spirituality.org Universal Spirituality for World Peace
  21. Why you reject persent human incarnation…!!! Human incarnation Vs Idols & Energetic From You cannot exploit God continuously. The photo or statue of Vishnu or Krishna (or any past human incarnations) does not speak to you. You like this very much because you can express any unjust desire before God and pray for its fulfillment. If Krishna or Vishnu exists in the place of that statue or photo, certainly God will speak to you and warn you against the unjust desire. The statue or photo keeps silent to your unjust prayer and hence, you live with a hope of its fulfillment by God. For this purpose, you do not want God to exist before you and hence, God is not present in the photo or statue. You are rigid of your desire and hence, the presence of God is not liked by you. This is also the reason for your dislike to human incarnation since it criticizes you to turn you to the right path. If there is a photo or statue of Krishna in the chariot, Arjuna would have spoken his argument and simply would have returned from the battle field. Majority of humanity belongs to such type of rigid ignorance and hence, worships the idols only. God also responds to their prayers fulfilling their unjust desires. What is the reason for such behavior of God? God knows that you will not change by preaching the spiritual knowledge. Since the stage of transformation has not come, God fulfils your desire so that at least your faith in the existence of God is strengthened. In future, you may believe the human incarnation as God and thus, accept Its spiritual advice given by It and transform yourself. The already strengthened faith with God will help you to implement the spiritual advice immediately in practice. Some people recognize the human incarnation as God, but, do not implement the advice of God due to lack of strength in the faith. Dhrutarashtra knows that Krishna is God, but, could not implement His advice in practice due to lack of strength of faith in God. Hence, the idol worship is not waste and should not be criticized. It helps in strengthening faith and devotion in God in the initial ignorant state of human being. It is a sort of training in created false atmosphere. The soldier is trained to shoot the target, which is inert. In the actual war, he has to shoot the counter soldier, who is alive. Since the target is inert, you should not say that the training is useless. Therefore, the statues and idols are sufficient to fulfill your materialistic desires. Even though God is not present in the statue or photo, the omniscient God hears your prayer and responds to it. Even if you pray in open place thinking that God is formless, the omniscient God hears your prayers. But, if you do not come to the real path by recognizing the human incarnation, you cannot exploit God continuously. After sometime, He leaves you to your fate, which is the cycle of your deeds only. The chocolates are given in the initial childhood to go to school. If you continuously demand the chocolates, the practice is discontinued because excess of chocolates will lead you to diseases. www.universal-spirituality.org Universal Spirituality for World Peace
  22. Oh! Blind you reject human incarnation!! The energetic incarnation like Vishnu, Shiva etc., is energetic body charged by the unimaginable God. It is like a letter delivered in Bombay from USA. But, you are in Hyderabad and therefore, that letter delivered to the citizen in Bombay is irrelevant to you. Of course, you are attracted to the special envelop of USA, which is externally different from the Indian envelop since it is made of costly paper. The same letter comes to you in the Indian envelop and this is the human incarnation of the same unimaginable God. The human form is mostly made of matter with little energy. But, the energetic form is made of fully shining energy only. The internal letter in both the envelops is one and the same. Similarly, the internal unimaginable God is one and the same in both the incarnations. The contents of the letter are also one and the same. Similarly, the spiritual knowledge given by God is also one and the same. Hence, there is no difference between Vishnu and Krishna except that the external body of Vishnu is made of fully energy, whereas, the external body of Krishna is made of matter and little energy. In fact, matter and energy are inter-convertible forms and thus, there is no basic difference. The USA cover and Indian cover are basically made of paper prepared from wood only. The USA cover has more luxtre and the Indian cover has less luxtre. The energy shines more and the matter with little energy shines little. Your special attraction to USA cover is due to your constant exposure to Indian covers only and lack of your exposure to USA covers. The constant exposure of anything develops negligence and repulsion, which is the basis for developing ego and jealousy towards the present human incarnation. Coming to the idol worship, it is like the envelop prepared by you, which is not stamped and also does not contain letter in it. The idol or photo is prepared by you, which is not chosen by God to come to you. It only resembles a postal envelop. It does not give any message of guidance. But, the envelop prepared by you is made of the same paper even though it has no practical utility. Similarly, the photo or idol contains the same matter or its inter-convertible form of energy that constitutes the basic material of USA cover or Indian cover. www.universal-spirituality.org Universal Spirituality for World Peace
  23. God-like state Thus, one does not see any difference between the three gunas (three fundamental qualities in creation). The qualities of Rajas (activity, passion) and Tamas (ignorance, rigidity) are the so-called bad qualities. They are represented by Lord Brahma (Creator) and Lord Shiva (Destroyer) respectively. Sattvam (purity, knowledge) is the good quality, which is represented by Lord Vishnu (Maintainer). Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva are said to be equal. This means that the qualities that they represent are also equal. Good and bad are equal. Chillies and sweets are equal. All the three qualities are equal because they are equally important as means for getting complete entertainment in creation. The chillies are necessary to enjoy the sweet later on. The hero and the villain of a movie, both get equal remuneration. Both are equally important in giving entertainment to the audience. None is to be rejected or criticized. This is the highest perspective. It is called the Brahmi Sthiti (God-like state). The person, who is established in this state, is never disturbed by the joys or tragedies of the world. Even as he breathes his last, he enjoys his own death, like God (Esha Brahmi Sthiti…Brahma Nirvana Mrichchhati… Gita). This was the state of Lord Krishna. He enjoyed throughout His entire life. He enjoyed as He cheated the Gopikas and stole their butter (Vanchate Parivanchate… Shri Rudram, Veda). Even the Gopikas enjoyed that cheating. That is the highest state of devotion, which is possible only with the highest knowledge. Krishna enjoyed even His own defeat by running away from Kalayavana. Finally, He enjoyed His own death too. This shows how Krishna and His devotees (Gopikas) practically saw the oneness in the three gunas and derived constant entertainment. www.universal-spirituality.org Universal Spirituality for World Peace
  24. God Grants Devotion As Well As Deviation [Phani asked Swami to always keep him in the state of devotion.] When a person is having his meals, the server serves both hot dishes (chillies) and sweet dishes to him. The alternate combination of the contrasting flavors gives real enjoyment to the eater. If the server serves only hot dishes or only sweet dishes, the eater will get bored with the same flavor. God is that server. He grants us devotion as well as ignorance (Maya) or temporary deviation from devotion. Here, you must remember that He, who gave the hot dish, will also give you the sweet dish. Both are necessary for full enjoyment. Even continuous devotion will become boring. The devotee, who thinks he can maintain continuous devotion to God, is ignorant. He will get bored in that state and fall from it anyway. Hence, deviation from devotion is given as an interval. In fact hotter the hot dish, the greater will be the pleasure in eating the sweet dish later on. Thus, deviation from devotion is given only so that one enjoys the devotion even more. The one, who understands this, will never blame God when he slips from his state of devotion to God. In fact, he will never ever blame God for anything in life. Even that slipping from devotion is the grace of God. God is the Master Caterer and knows the perfect art of catering. He knows, which dish is to be served, when and in what form. The person, who has complete knowledge, understands God like this. He never rejects anything or anybody in creation. He understands that all the tragedies and comedies of life are all necessary for the highest entertainment in this world. He will be grateful to God for them all. He will thank God every moment of his life; even during the greatest tragedy. God Himself enjoys creation in this way. Lord Rama enjoyed even through the many tragedies in His life. www.universal-spirituality.org Universal Spirituality for World Peace
  25. Purity Supersedes Quantity in Practical Service Purity in service is more important than quantity The sadhaka must focus on developing purity in practical service Purity is the most important factor in practical service. It is far more important than the quantity of service. Let us take an example. Let us say there are four samples of sugar. There is one gram sample of impure sugar, one kilogram of impure sugar, one gram of pure sugar and one kilogram of pure sugar. Clearly, the one gram and one kilogram samples of pure sugar are appreciable while the two samples of impure sugar are both useless, irrespective of their quantity. A devotee offers some food offering in a temple (Naivedyam) and expects the satisfaction of some selfish desire by God. His sacrifice of that food is a small sacrifice and it is also impure. It is like one gram of impure sugar. Ravana chopped off his own heads and offered them to Lord Shiva. His sacrifice was great but he had a selfish interest in doing so. So, his sacrifice was like the one kilogram of impure sugar. Both these cases are worthless. Shabari fed a few berries to Lord Rama with a pure heart, completely free of any selfish desire. Her sacrifice was like one gram of pure sugar. Kannappa plucked out his own eyes and donated them to the Lord. He expected nothing in return. His sacrifice was like one kilogram of pure sugar. Both Kannappa and Shabari are appreciated. The quantity of Kannappa’s devotion might appear huge in comparison to that of Shabari. But in fact, that difference in quantity is not very significant. This is because, both Shabari and Kannappa were pure (selfless). The difference in the quantity of their service was only due to the context of the situation. There was no requirement for Shabari to donate her eyes to Lord Rama. All that Lord Rama needed from her was some food and directions to find His lost wife, Sita. Shabari merely responded to the requirement of the situation with full purity. If there had been a requirement to even sacrifice her life for the sake of Lord Rama, she could have done it since she was already selfless (pure). Thus, in spite of the apparent quantitative difference between the practical sacrifice of Kannappa and Shabari, both their sacrifices can be considered to be almost equal. Hence, the sadhaka must focus on developing purity in practical service. The quantity of service will be decided by God’s requirement in the situational context www.universal-spirituality.org Universal Spirituality for World Peace
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