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Religion and Realization

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Item Code: HAM615
Author: Jibankrishna Ghosh
Publisher: Writat
Language: English
Edition: 2023
ISBN: 9789357334044
Pages: 296
Other Details 9X6 inch
Weight 400 gm
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About the Book

The book contains the remarks and opinions held by Sri Ramkrishna Deva in relation to the Vedic experiences in the course of his instructions and dialogues with his disciples and with mankind. Along with it, side by side, the Vedic experiences with the Vedic references as experienced by Jibankrishna in his life and is experienced in their own lives by thousands of men, just proving the perfection and veracity of the writer are set out herein. Readers themselves may experience the truth and then it will be easy to draw their own conclusion.

About the Author

In 1893, a new era in the spiritual world began when a child was born at Howrah Town near Kolkata (Calcutta), India. From his very childhood divine realizations began to manifest within his body. At 12 years 4 months of age, Vedic Truth was revealed within him with the appearance of God-the-Preceptor in his dream. After that, numerous realizations started within his body with the ultimate result of visualizing "Atman" or Supreme Soul or God in him as mentioned in the Upanishads. As a result, according to Upanishads, he was being seen in dreams among innumerable people irrespective of religion, gender, and age in many parts of the country though, without his knowledge afterward, they came, narrated their dreams, and identified with him. Diamond Uecbankrishna) wrote two books based on his lifelong revelations Dharma-o- Anubhuti in Bengali and Religion and Realization in English. Even after his demise in 1967, by merely reading his books or listening to the reading numerous people see him in dreams and reality and get him as their God-the-Preceptor


The Truth in the Vedas or

The experience of the Rajayoga in the human physique or

The Truth was experienced in the past, and is also experienced at present, and shall be experienced by the future generations to come about it, I write It is perennial, everlasting the very cosmic law in the human body.

Popularly it is called Religion. It gets its birth in the human body and then envelopes the globe. About this very Truth, it is spoken in the Vedas.

This very Vedic Truth as experienced in one's life is going to be related to its full-fledged form; how it works in a man and what experiences are made when the goal is attained. It is a personal experience narrated. According to the Vedas, it is Ritam (personal realization): and thus, it is Truth Satyam And the veracity of this personal Truth will be corroborated when it becomes Universal as spoken in the Vedas (Swena Rupena Abhinispadyate). By the form of the experienced man, it proves its own Truth, and this form will appear within the body of innumerable men, women, and children. It is meant for each and every man, boy, and the old alike.


Individualism and Universalism

The Yogic Individualism and Universalism, I deal with. It is based on the Rajayoga and this Rajayoga comes spontaneously in a man's life and can never be cultivated or to be obtained by culture. About this Universalism, it is so spoken in the Vedas-

"Sarvabhutasthamatmanam Sarvabhutani Cha Atmani, Sampashyan Brahma Paramam Jati Nanyena Hetuna".

The translation of the Vedic aphorism is this: One will see Him in all and again all will be seen by Him in Himself and thus goes the insignia of Parama Brahma and nothing further.

In plain and practical way it means that let a man attain Brahmahood and He shall be seen by thousands and thousands of people within them and He, in His own turn, will see innumerable people within Him, and in the Vedas it is spoken as Brahmahood.

The point at issue is what is this Brahmahood, in other words, how a man and he must be a living one, that is, a man in his lifetime becomes Brahma, or the Supreme One, or the Universalle-La'-Homme.

About its characteristics, basing on the fundamental principle of Rajayoga in relation to the human bodies, are given in the Vedas. It is this :-

"Evam Eva Esha Samprasadah. Asmat Sarirat Samutthaya, Param Jyotih Upasampadya, Swena Rupena Abhinispadyate, Sa Uttamah Purushah". - Chandogya 8/12/3


"Why do you bow down to me? Do you want God? Well, He is within you! Pray to Him, 'Oh God! Reveal Thyself! Let me know how you are? - and He will manifest Himself in a form and you will see Him" - so He says to a newcomer.

Sometime after, the man comes back and says, "Sir, I have seen you in dream"! So says everybody that comes in contact with Him. Some see Him in dreams, some in trance, some in meditation, some in awakened condition, but majority in all these four conditions.

That is not all. Without knowing anything of Him, without coming in contact with Him, some have seen Him fifty years back, some twenty-five years back, some twelve years back and so on. Some have seen Him physically in the awakened condition in the railway station, or at the market, at the crossing of roads, or on a crowded bus. But the Man concerned looks unconcerned and says that He is never aware of any such meetings.

Women are not allowed to come to Him. But they see Him in their own place in all the four conditions described before. When a male member of a family comes to Him, it so happens that other members of the family start seeing Him. The mother, the father, the wife, the sisters, the daughters, the boys and the girls, and even the maidservants go on seeing Him within them. The husband comes to Him; the wife stays at home. But in some cases, first, the wife sees Him within and then the husband.

A boy would not believe that women see Him within them. One morning just after he woke up, his mother came to him and said, "Well my boy, yesterday night I saw the Man to whom you go at Howrah. In the dream, a woman accompanied me, and pointing out the Man said. This is the Man to whom your son goes every evening".


Sri Sri Bhagawan Ramkrishna Deva's

Perennial sayings and their tangible forms as seen in the process of Yoga - transformation of the lower self to the Supreme Self or Bliss. By Diamond (Manik, the name of the diamond) picked up in the street

Manik is the most precious diamond. It is so imagined in India. It grows on the head of a cobra - the most venomous of snakes. Cobra is the insignia by which Kundalini is depicted. Kundalini is the essence of Life Power. She takes the form of Cobra in the backbone of the body in the process of Yoga - the process of transformation of the self into God. She was so seen by Sri Ramkrishna Dev. God, the most precious diamond (Manik), comes out from Kundalini and it means God in the body.

Manik can be had through the sheer mercy of God and it is not a purchasable commodity. Manik knows no value.

Satchidananda (God) does not grow in the body by Sadhana (Self-exertion).

By the grace of Satchidananda, Satchidananda' is seen in the body and sometimes, in form, outside. God in the body comes out spontaneously (Vidwat) and not by exertion (Vividisha).

"If God frees Himself from the body out of sheer mercy, then and then alone, there is freedom from the bondage of the body.

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