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Comments about the soundtrack for The Matrix Revolutions (Don Davis)

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• Posted by: OM Shanti   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, November 14, 2003, at 2:49 p.m.
• IP Address: atlantis.onlinedirectinc.com
• In Response to: Re: Hmm...- Truth seeking means surrending the... (Frodo)

I clearly know I am not qualified enough to talk on this subject. But however, what I had said was purely based on what I feel inside (since, as you said, it is already inside every one of us). Not by reading volumes of Sanskrit literature. And definitely I am not atheist.

Are we talking from two different perspectives: Bakthi Marga - you & Gnana Marga - Me? [ Bakthi Marga - Path of Devotion, Worship & Gnana Marga - Path of Knowledge, Wisdom. It is said they both lead to Moksha. ] Also, does Bakthi Marga as practiced by fundamentalists/terrorists has any positive effect? Why the Supreme they believe in has not helped them live in harmony? Their bigots have been converting/killing people who disagree with them for thousands of years now. Is it because they lack the Gnana aspect in their philosophy/society to have a balance?

Also, why then such disagreements "within" Hinduism, has not lead to similar bloodbath? How they were able to get along peacefully among themselves and with others? They were always able to peacefully debate about the topics that we are debating now without resorting to violence.

I can see that humanity has been debating about these for far too long. Is there a definite answer? I hope, unlike the middle-eastern concept, it doesn’t compel me to pawn my brain to get to heaven/moksha.

I know I am confused and totally lost. The more I think the more confusing it gets. I know I need a Guru. But am I ready for a Guru? Or, are my pending karmas preventing me?

Peace

> Spiritual conclusion are non subjected to opinions by anyone as divine
> wisdom as especially available from the Vedic/Indian sanscrit literature
> (Vedas=eternal knowledge) is given down throung a chain of master/scholar
> relationship since the beginning of time (i.e. since the creation of this
> material universe happened billions of years ago).

> The heart of all living beings eternally are initiated into the eternal
> wisdom.
However the heart of many living beings is still covered with
> deep sufferiing and energetic blockages resulting in not being able to
> feel the pure wisdom from our heart.

> Blockages on our heart and the protection walls built for avoiding further
> suffering is totally understandable; also that people start to speculate
> on philosophical concepts is also a fact. It is rather said to note that
> people having deep sorrows and wounds on their heart want to share their
> spiritual views with others (in this forum) without following the basic
> Vedic condition to do so which is that prior to mis-inform others with
> subjective philosophical viewpoints, one should have its heart purified
> from all the suffering covering it and than automaticall a person feels
> the wisdom in its heart and automatically he can start to feel the
> presence of God and of the angels in his life.

> In your case, dear soul, I sense that your sincere heart is still covered
> with deep suffering and by that your viewpoint on spiritual topics is
> condamned to bring erroneous conclusions.

> BTW: All Vedic literature is totally Mono-theistic!

> Regards,
Frodo




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