Black Spirituality Religion : Meaning of dissolution of the world

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  1. dattaswami1

    dattaswami1 Well-Known Member MEMBER

    May 28, 2005
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    Meaning of dissolution of the world

    The continuous entertainment (Ananda) is possible only in the world when God exists in the relative reality. In the state of absolute reality, space also disappears and God alone is left over. In such state there is no question of any entertainment. If you take God in to such state of absolute reality, you are making God bored. There will be no necessity at any time for God to cross the space (Mula Maya) because God need not destroy this world completely and regenerate it. The show of cinema is withdrawn but the film roll is never destroyed by any producer unless he is extremely mad. The dissolution of the world means the closure of the show only and the world in subtle state is protected which is regenerated as per Veda (Yathaa Purvamakalpayat….). Therefore, God will never cross Mula Maya (primary energy or space) at any time. He is only aware of absolute reality and such awareness exists in God which is not always remembered.

    In the human mind also several concepts are stored even though they are not remembered always. Similarly, God can attain the awareness of the absolute reality at any time if He likes and can really become alone. But, such awareness is only stored in God and is never attained since such lonely state bores God.
    At the Lotus Feet of His Holiness Sri Dattaswami

    Anil Antony

    Universal Spirituality for World Peace
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  2. Angela22

    Angela22 Well-Known Member MEMBER

    United States
    Feb 26, 2013
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    The Father hasn't destroyed the world now because there are many faithful to be gathered ti their Shepherd. However, there is a coming destruction as had been told to us by the prophets and the Son.

    One needs faith and belief, in the Father and the Son, for the sacrifice in the body of the tree and for the resurrection back to life on the 3rd day, so one may be salvaged and redeemed from the fire and be saved from the destruction. One will always be near to the Father and the Son, and always have the love which we at first were not worthy to have, but have been made worthy by the Son at the Father's right hand. Blessings! :)