Message from an “Elder Brother” — Parts 4 and 5

Sasquatch and ButterflyTaking in these messages over the last week has impressed upon me something the Sasquatch told SunBow TrueBrother in message 47:
”The duration of your life span is but a brief breath of eternity, which must be lived purely and wisely. The state of your world demands urgent awakening and changes; the short time available is precious. This situation your people are in, with your obliterated collective memory and loss of ancient wisdom, without purpose or direction, requires immediate reconnection with the empathy and compassion of your Soul. Your short life time may not allow for you to learn every details about the long past history of Earth, the many species of Star Beings or hybrids and their specific stories, or their civilizations; but it should all be used to return to balance with the natural Cosmic Order, in dharmic Peace with all life.” Continue reading

going about with a swollen head

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Giridhari Lal was a resident of Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry in the 1940s.

In response to Giridhari Lal’s question to Ramana Maharshi, “When the kali yuga, which consists of so many thousand years, would end?” Bhagavan said: “I don’t consider time real. So I take no interest in such matters. We know nothing about the past or the yugas which were in the past. Nor do we know about the future. But we know the present exists. Let us know about it first. Then doubts will cease. Time and space always change, but there is something which is eternal and changeless. For example, the world and time, past or future, nothing exists for us in sleep. But we exist. Let us try to find out that which is changeless and which always exists. How will it benefit us to know that the kali yuga started in such and such year and that it would end so many years from now?”

Regarding the devotee’s query as to why the puranas (ancient Hindu myths and legends) give the exact duration of each yuga, Bhagavan replied: “The immensity of the periods of time assigned to each yuga may be a mere device to draw man’s attention to the fact that even if he lived up to hundred years, his life is such a trifling, insignificant fraction of a yuga. Therefore, he should take a proper view of his humble place in the entire scheme and not go about with a swollen head, deeming himself as of great importance. Instead of saying, What is man’s life compared to eternity? They have taught him to consider how short his span is.”

source (PDF file: FACE TO FACE WITH SRI RAMANA MAHARSHI)

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