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Brahman Consciousness

Brahman Consciousness represents the highest ideal for a human life achievement in this universe. Brahman Consciousness is that state of consciousness which resonates in complete harmony with the vast consciousness of the Creator, Lord Brahma. One who lives in Brahman Consciousness is literally the Divine incarnate, always acting in perfect accord with all the Laws of Nature and radiating a life supporting and uplifting influence to everyone he or she contacts.

"Brahman" is a sanskrit word derived from the root "brah" which means greatness, and is applicable to all objects which have the quality of greatness. In specific "brah" applies to that object which by nature and qualities possesses this greatness to an infinite degree. Therefore, the word "Brahman" denotes that supreme Person who is the abode of all auspicious qualities to an infinite degree. Hence, knowledge and realization of Brahman is the supreme achievement.

In Brahman Consciousness the individual mind is completely absorbed into the Mind of Lord Brahma, like a tiny bubble floating within a vast calm lake. Inside the bubble resides the completely crystal clear ego of the person in Brahman Consciousness. He or she can appreciate without restriction the entire range of intelligence and knowledge that is contained in the Mind of Lord Brahma. Anything may be known to him and will be known by him at the exact appropriate time.

His mind is completely silent - witnessing the glory of Lord Brahma as a child watching a delightful fairy tale unfold. He expects nothing, wants nothing, thinks about nothing and remembers nothing. He simply witnesses the world around him in childlike innocence because everything is a completely new and fresh experience for him, every minute of every day - 24 hours a day.

He is completely above fear and doubt - unshakable in the knowledge that nothing in the universe is foreign to him or can possibly harm him. He has nothing to do at all and spends his time reacting to others and the environment. Whatever he may do in response to the environment is loving and supporting to everyone he touches, however he does not plan it this way - it is just the spontaneous result of his action.

Occasionally, a thought may arise in his mind, but it is not his thought and he clearly knows this. He has completely stopped thinking altogether, so when a thought does arise he immediately welcomes it as Lord Brahma's thought and he appreciates it completely, understanding it totally, immediately and without distortion. Often, he just takes action without thought or at least without appreciating that he had a thought, moving and acting as if Lord Brahma Himself was moving his body or speaking through his mouth. He feels like a sort of robot or mechanical man that someone else is moving, like a puppet.

Whatever his body does, he watches and is surprised and delighted by the play. He views his body as the puppet or robot of Lord Brahma - it is not even his body. If Lord Brahma wants to feed and clothe this body, he watches and enjoys the play. If Lord Brahma wants to rest the body, he watches and enjoys the resting of the body.

He feels like a passenger, not the driver and certainly not the owner of the body. He knows that at any moment Lord Brahma may move him into a different body for the benefit of that perspective. He has forgotten what it was like to be a "normal human being" full of anxiety, doubts, fears, ambitions, goals, desires, pains, weaknesses, struggle, unhappiness, happiness, frustrations, anger, disappointments, etc. Life is very simple now - it is easy to feel the bliss that is life and that bliss is sufficient for him, he wants nothing else, he cannot even make himself desire anything. After all, he is floating in bliss 24 hours a day and knows it will never end.

 
   
 
The S'rî Vyuha Global Communities present the knowledge and techniques for you to rise to Brahman Consciousness. You will earn all about Brahman Consciousness, what it is, how to cultivate and live it, and the future for one who is established in Brahman Consciousness. Once Brahman Consciousness is established, you may have the option to extend your physical life indefinitely through the transformations brought about by Spandas'akti. When you choose to drop your physical body, you will move on to the realms of the Ascended Masters and eventually may become a Lord Brahma presiding over your own creation.

A lifetime that culminates in Brahman Consciousness is sublime beyond description on all levels. There is no higher aspiration for life and the amazing truth is that Brahman Consciousness is open to all sincere individuals. We invite you to join us on the path to Brahman Consciousness.

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Chudala Productions, LLC is a New Mexico movie production company that will produce the Chudala Novel, the Chudala Movie Series, the Chudala Comicbook Series, the Chudala Music CD series, the Chudala Enlightenment Courses, the Chudala Travel Agency, and various Chudala branded products. 51% of Chudala Productions, LLC is owned by Vedic Vitaras, Inc.

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"We promote the awareness of Moksha as the Goal of Human Life and promote the existance of important Consciousness Empowerment Tools, known as Vedic Vitaras, that will help individuals achieve Moksha."

Chudala - Becoming Arjuna Course

Chudala is a fictional character from the Yoga Vasishta who is striving to attain all 5 Levels of Moksha.

Moksha has 5 Levels

Moksha (Moksha), also called enlightenment, vimoksha, vimukti, mukti, nirvana and Kaivalya, and means emancipation, liberation or release from samsara, the cycle of death and rebirth. Moksha connotes freedom, self-realization and self-knowledge. Only those who attain Moksha can escape from the cycles of birth and death.

Cycles of Birth and Death

Moksha is a central concept and included as one of the four aspects and goals of human life; the other three goals are dharma (virtuous, proper, moral life), artha (material prosperity, income security, means of life), and kama (pleasure, sensuality, emotional fulfillment). Together, these four aims of life are called Purushartha.


Moksha Dharma Artha Kama

Moksha is not merely an absence of suffering and release from bondage to samsara, but also the presence of the state of paripurna-brahmanubhava (oneness with Brahma, the One Supreme Self), a state of knowledge, peace and bliss.

Let's look more deeply into Moksha and discover its relative and Absolute levels. Moksha is more of a path than a destination.  Moksha is first realized when the individual has the direct experience of living in the present moment while witnessing the physical life going on by itself.

This course combines the Krishna Vedic Masters Course and the Krishna Consciousness Doctor of Divinity Course into one full-time program that spans 2 years. Upon graduation, you will receive two degrees from MahaVideha University: Master of Divinity and Doctor of Divinity.

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