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HOW I EXPERIENCE GOD

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Experience God

God is not an abstract being to be found in temples and churches but we find God within. How then can we find the God within? I have realised by asking the question “Who am I?” we can find God. This question can be answered at various levels, however we are looking for more than an intellectual or scientific answer.

We are looking for something more profound answer. The answer lies within your own being, and is pointed towards your own awareness. The answer should make you know yourself and feel yourself, it is an experience . When you get to that place of self awareness you become immune to the ups and downs of everyday life. Not poverty, anger nor disillusionment can touch you because you get such a strong sense of your position or belonging in relation to the rest of the Universe. You realise that everyone and everything has a duty to perform and everything fits in perfectly, almost like a puzzle.

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Once you realise your calling in life, you will be drawn miraculously towards everything and everyone to fulfil this calling. Life will become easier because you are not trying to fulfil a dualistic nature like most men are, but you are fulfilling the duty you were meant to on this earth.

It is not always easy to find ourselves, however it is not impossible either to find this awakening that everyone is looking for. This can be obtained by spending time with yourself, meditation is one way, however it is not the only way. In order to experience God we have to quieten the noise of the outside world. Let go of all the negativity that bombards our daily lives and question ourselves constantly, until you find the answer. Because each person is unique, and of a different spiritual level, the time it takes one person to find the answer is not necessarily the same time it will take another.

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An enlightened soul, one who has been awakened to his true calling and identity is always in bliss. It’s common knowledge that man is happiest when he does what he loves. This is the way God intended his children to live, discover who you are and when you do, live in line with what makes you happy.  This is how I experience God.

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WHAT IS KARMA?

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The word karma has its origin in Hinduism, and a loose literal translation would mean ones deeds and the effect such deeds yield. It is often misconstrued that karma only means punishment for past misdeeds, however this is not true. A good and merciful God also rewards the good actions of a good man.

Although this is a concept that had its origin in Hinduism, it does not belong exclusively to the Hindu’s. I have found this concept in the Bible as well “ As you sow, so shall you reap”, and its meaning- you will be rewarded or punished as per your actions. If we understand and accept all that is found in the Bible and the Vedas, as spiritual beings, why are we still struggling to rise above everyday challenges.

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Right living is simple as explained in our great books, it is the interpreters who have complicated it by over analysing and defaming the original message. The original meaning is that we should act in a way that is pleasing to God in order to get the rewards that we deserve as we can see from various religions.

Krishna–“Fixing your heart on Me, you will overcome every difficulty by My grace; but if from self-conceit you do not listen to Me, you shall perish utterly.”

Mohammed–“If you rely upon God as He ought to be relied upon, He will provide you as He provides the birds: they go out empty and hungry in the morning and come back big-bellied at eventide.”

Native American–“All things give thanks to You, O Wakan-Tanka, who are merciful, and who help us all. We ask all this of You because we know that You are the only One, and that You have power over all things!”

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All religions believe that we receive our rewards and punishment either in this life or in death. However Hinduism, because of its belief in rebirth believe that if we do not receive our benefits and punishment in this life, same can and will be meted out to us in our next life.

This theory to me, as a Hindu makes sense, how else do you explain the difference between the place, family, society and circumstances in which people are born. It is said in the vedas that our previous life determines this life and what we do in this life determines the circumstances of our next life.

Karma is the intertwined knot that has no beginning and no end, this symbolizes the interlinking of cause and effect, if you desire only positive results act only in a positive manner.

Suyan Budhoo
South African Spiritual Speaker

Idol Worship

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Hindus have for centuries been called idol worshippers by the ill informed, and we have reacted either in anger or shame. Either way we avoid responding to such allegations against our religion. If we ourselves do not know the answer, how can we give a just and well informed response.

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The answer, is not stooped in religious or scientific jargon but is a simple one. Hindu’s do not worship the physical idol, which is made out of clay or stone, all we do is use it as a symbol. As one would look at a picture of a departed loved one and become sad or a Christian would look at the cross and think of Christ, so to do we use different images to think of our God’s.There is nothing to be ashamed or angry about, Hindu’s are not the only religion who use symbols for purposes of worship. To a Catholic the image of Jesus on a cross symbolises the sacrifice Jesus made in order to save man from his sins. These are statues (or idols) made of stone as well and appear in churches around the world, does it not serve the same purpose as a statue of Hanuman in a temple?

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Hindu Worship

In recent times, more especially since the hit movie “the Secret” personal development experts have encouraged people to have vision boards, and behave as if you are already are in possession of the thing that you want. How is this different from holding images of God in-front of you? Is it not then idol worship if you hold images of success and wealth before you, and why should one be acceptable and the other not?

It is ignorance that causes one to condemn another persons faith. A knowledgeable person would dare not take up such a debate for he realises that it is a sin in itself to do so.

Suyan Budhoo
South African Spiritual Speaker