***Ch 14-132 Death in Modes of Sattva-Rajas - Tamas Mar 18, 2016 17:06:38 GMT 1
Post by vatsa sridatta on Mar 18, 2016 17:06:38 GMT 1
"GOD'S LIVING BIBLE ---- THE THIRD TESTAMENT ----- RESEARCH LIBRARY ©
Part V- LEARNING TOGETHER – HINDUISM - FOR THE PURPOSE OF PEACE ON EARTH-
Painted Lesson s
Death in Modes of Sattva-Rajas or Tamas
Concepts from The Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 14: 14-18
" God / Brahman Speaking to Anne Terri and Vatsa Sridatta Through The Holy Spirit :
in Guidance of what We Share with you this day.
LORD KRISHNA SAYS ;
'If a person dies when 'Sattva ' is predominant, he gains the faultless (Pure ) worlds. If he dies, when 'Rajas ' is predominant, he is born among human beings, and when dies during the predominance of 'Tamas ', he is born as an animal, a bird etc., and in the wombs of inerts. '(Gita - 14 / 14 and 15)
'It is so because they perform actions according to their modes. So the fruit of 'Sattvika ' action is pure (faultless ), The fruit of 'Rajas ' sorrow, and
The fruit of 'Tamas ' is ignorance (delusion ). The meaning is that such as the temperaments of goodness etc. , bear fruit, so do the Sattvika actions etc. ,bear fruit.' ( Gita - 14 / 16 )
'These three Modes are the cause of temperaments and actions. Wisdom arises from Sattva; greed from Rajas; likewise heedlessness, stupor and ignorance arise from Tamas. '
( Gita - 14 / 17 )
'Those who are established in Sattva go to higher regions such as heaven etc., those of Rajsika nature go to the region of human beings, while those of Tamsika temperament descend into the infernal regions etc. '( Gita - 14 / 18 )
'HARI OM ' “AMEN”
“God / Brahman Speaking To Anne Terri Through The Holy Spirit:
1. Since the time of Lord Krishna I have Awakened many, and at this time on earth even the animals have a chance to reach for Heaven's Dimensions, for this older way is as a system of castes.
2. And forget not humankind are also classified as part of the animal kingdom for they also share this of being mammals along side those of the ocean and on land, such as whales, dolphins, and elephants, to name a few.
3. At this time on earth I have shown Anne as well as others, I Speak to and Through animals such as dogs and cats, whales; even to birds.
4. I also Use percussive tones in order for those without vocal chords to speak, those who have no free will but live on inherent instincts, Directly from Me.
5. Know Earth is a duality planet, one of both Divine and Hellish.
6. If you look about you and pay attention, you will find many of those classified as human who are creating their own Hell.
7. We Chose colors to represent Sattva, Rajas, and Tamas Modes, but in Truth, they span various shades, depending on one's level in this mode.
8. This will be represented today in the painting above.
Colors of God - Sattva Mode
Cobalt Blue - God, The Pure, Direct Word of God and God's Actions.
Sons of God-God Incarnated - Jesus, Krishna, Messiah Male and so on.
Purple - The Words of God as said Through Holy Men, after many translations.
Heavenly Lavender Blue -Love, Awakened, One who is at the status of Avatar, Guru, Swami, Saint, Messiah Female
Colors of Humankind - Rajas Mode
Orange: Sin, greed, anger, hate, lust, bad places within the Holy Texts to use caution when reading, warnings from God.
Fire Red; Hell, Evil Spirits, War, all forms of killing / murder without cause, crime, terrorist, abusers.
Maroon: Sorrow, grief, Actions of little merit.
Colors of Tamas Mode
Medium Gray: Heedlessness, ignorance, delusion, lack of care or compassion, holds only instincts VS free will and certain needed knowledge for such.
Black: The Lowest of creations such as Clams, Absence of all feelings and thoughts which allow for Divine Interaction.
*The Gunas, born of Prakriti
The three Gunas and the four motivations of life, and are the intrinsic qualities of Prakriti.
Prakriti is the universal energy of primary matter or Nature.
The three Gunas are Sattva, Rajas, and Tamas, and they are often associated with creation (Brahma), preservation (Vishnu), and destruction (Shiva) respectively. Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva make up the Hindu Trinity or Trimurti, and with their association with the three Gunas we can see how they represent the three stages that matter, or Nature, goes through in her continuous cycle of life.
Sattva translates as essence. When someone or something is sattvic it has the qualities of purity, equilibrium, harmony, and goodness.
Rajas translates as air or vapor. Being rajasic has the qualities of activity, movement, and passion.
Tamas translates as darkness, ignorance, and illusion. It is also a term for the obstruction of the Sun and Moon during eclipses. Tamasic qualities indicate sluggishness, inertia, and lethargy.
In the Bhagavad Gita, Sri Krishna explains the Gunas to Arjuna in great detail:
It is the three gunas born of prakriti – sattva, rajas, and tamas – that bind the immortal Self to the body.
Sattva – pure, luminous, and free from sorrow – binds us with attachment to happiness and wisdom. Rajas is passion, arising from selfish desire and attachment. These bind the Self with compulsive action.
Tamas, born of ignorance, deludes all creatures through heedlessness, indolence, and sleep.
Sattva binds us to happiness; rajas binds us to action. Tamas, distorting our understanding, binds us to delusion
Bibliography; Healer, Spiritual Counselor, and Writer, Julianne Victoria
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