Truth is One…

“Truth is one, Sages call it by many names” – Rig-Veda

All genuine religion and spirituality come from God….

Buddha said 84,ooo paths (symbolic number; Infinite paths) to enlightenment…

God has always been, and will be long after we(and our religions) are dust.

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The meaning of Ajah Dharma

The Ajah hold the simple knowings of naturalness, happiness, and peace… Holding everything as sacred and as apart of God.

First off an Ajah doesn’t “believe” anything, The Ajah warrior KNOWS the truth from this perspective. and that all spiritual truth is true from differant points of view.

The Ajah warrior understands that everything is One Universe, One soul, One God… that everything is the homogeneous energy of God

The Ajah Warrior knows that God made everything perfect, its us that thinks somethings broken.

The Ajah warrior Knows that all matter is one energy, and this energy is God.

The Ajah warrior knows that God grows fruit from it’s body, so we are not required to kill to eat.

The Ajah warrior knows that the body is the temple of God, and it is a sacred duty to keep the body healthy, happy, and clean.

The Ajah warrior knows that as the universe is the body of God, we are the blood cells of God, and to cause disharmony(violence, jealousy, anger) in the world is to create sickness within God and therefore ones self (since we are all God afterall)….  And so The Ajah warrior knows moralities importance.

The Ajah warrior knows that it is unnatural to cut your hair, as it is a living piece of your temple just because it causes no pain. You wouldn’t cut off a toe just because you couldn’t feel it would you.

The Ajah Warrior knows that God (that can be found within as a soul) is pure, perfect, and unchangeable. In this state we experience Unity.

The Ajah Warrior Knows the fundamental nature of everything is Unity….

The Ajah warrior knows that one can escape all suffering by focusing on the emptiness of the spirit that is the unity of all things.

The Ajah warrior knows that there is One self and that self is the one God, our bodies and minds are vehicles for these drops of the ocean that is God..

The Ajah knows God made the universe so it could experience dual existence through our many eyes and ears… “you cant enjoy a sunny day without a rainy one” and thus God created individual beings, so it could enjoy the journey to self-realization.

The Ajah warrior knows that all dualism is expressed as two fundamental complementary opposites of Yin&Yang, Shiva&Shakti.

The Ajah knows that in the beginning people read the scripture of there own heart, but as the cities of Babylon were built people became disconnected from nature and the self. Religions formed to heal the sickness of materialism. However many religions have become corrupted.

The Ajah Warrior lives by the words of his own heart, these words are often translated as Peace, Love, Compassion, Humility, & Integrity.

The Ajah knows it is unhealthy to live in boxes, as God created a whole world to live in…

The Ajah knows that through harmony with the universe one can reach liberation.

The Ajah knows liberation is the pure understanding of the unity of everything including body and mind, this unified whole is known as God.

The Ajah knows liberation coincides with the abandonment of ego.

The Ajah knows God is the higher self of every being….

The Ajah knows that God created all races and peoples equal.

The Ajah knows that God created three genders; siva(males) shaktis(female) & 3rd gender(any combination of male and female, including Homo ,Trans ,and Bisexual)

The Ajah knows that will is a karma and creates change in the world.

The Ajah Knows that God wants all people to help and love one another.

The Ajah knows that some people don’t want freedom, but prefer the system of babylon, they are confused by the false idea that the world outside in nature is worse than in the ghettos…

The Ajah knows that every rule can be bent with a pure heart.

The Ajah Warrior knows that every moment of everyday we are fulfilling past karmas, and creating new ones. the bugler who robed you got away because he had previous good karma, but soon he will be faced with the karma from robing you.

The Ajah warrior knows that trees are here to teach us… in the beginning people smoked Ganja and looked at trees for knowledge… nowadays we are stuck inside boxes all day so the trees come to us as books…

The Ajah Knows that if he wishes to liberate others he must go to Babylon and congregate with those lost on the path.

The Ajah knows that Unity is expressed as duality, just as a battery has positive and negative polarity, so  God has Yin & Yang polarity. You-God, good-evil, right-left. is all one thing perceived as two things, duality is natural and okay as long as one knows that they are both sides of the same coin and not opposing forces…. We have evil so we can enjoy good, but without evil there is no good.

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Ajah constantly see the beauty of nature and the natural ways of mankind. To achieve a realization of Unity, they often reject modern western “society”, calling it Babylon, which is often understood as entirely corrupt, however it is also understood that this a duality of the mind. Babylon is considered to be a rebellion against Nature whom is one with Ajah or God..

To be in Harmony with the universe is to understand the fundamental unity of every thing..

there is one self or “Awareness of being” picked up by all living beings and therefore we have One soul…

The body & mind as well are but only products of the environment, a human being is a part of the world as much as a tree or a rock. The body-mind absorbs whatever is around it, everything from language to health comes or is learned from the elements around that individual. Just as a rock that is subjected to the elements will whither with time. so there are not many things but only one Nature…..

so nature and everything somehow deriving from Nature is the Body of God..

And the collective awareness identified as the spirit is the Soul of God …

How can there be anything but the Unity of God…

I & I will carry through

One of the most distinctive (in my mind anyway) Rasta lingo is the substitution”I-and-I” for other pronouns, usually the first person. “I”, as used in the examples above, refers to Jah; therefore, “I-and-I” in the first person includes the presence of the divine within the individual.

As “I-and-I” can also refer to “us,” “them,” or even “you,” it is used as a practical linguistic rejection of the separation of the individual from the community, and God its self.

The term is often used in place of “you and I” or “we” among Rastafari, implying that both persons are united under the love of Jah.

I and I is a complex term, referring to the oneness of God and every human.

I and I is an expression of total oneness, the oneness of two persons. So God is within all of us and we’re all one people. The bond of brotherhood is the bond of God, of man. But man itself needs a head and the head of man is the Supreme self Jah.

I and I is the best way to describe this essential truth, I & I means to me, the ego-self and the god-self. I & I , the brain and the soul…

In Ajah I will often refer to I&I when im speaking to show the self in the Brain & the soul, or of the mind and the divine within.

this is a concept to think on

The importance of devotional worship

Ultimately all duality, including you and god, are false… However liberation through devotion is the easiest way to enlightenment…

When one worships God. One is worshiping the self, as all is one, God is considered the unified whole of the universe. When one dualistically worships a deity, the false Ego is worshiping the highest true buddha self, who is perfection in our minds… In Bhakti Yoga it is said that you love until you become the object of your affections. When Bhakti(devotion yoga) combined with Jnana(wisdom yoga) and other yogas spiritual knowledge is perfected.

In Ajah Dharma we call the male godhead the Great Spirit because he is the one spirit or self shared by all beings… The female godhead is called Mother Nature because she is the “outer” part of the one thing, material nature, however the godheads are expressed as the awareness & body-mind.

In a way the ego is falling in on it’s self.

I remember when i was a boy I watched a cartoon, in the cartoon the Hero was under a curse of obedience…

the others said “How do we break the curse?”

The Heroine said “We don’t, we use the curse…”

“Act as if you were’nt under any spell.” and the hero woke up..

Bhakti’s the same way, instead of doing difficult meditations all you have to do is worship, and you will attain liberation… useing the mind against the mind, and for the nourishment of the Spirit…

God can be behind you were its hard to see… behind the illusion, behind your thoughts, etc..

or you can be in front of God…. in front of you as a diety, in front of you as the symbol, etc…

Contemplate these things

“He who seeks god finds himself, he who seeks the self finds god” -guru mooji

“Just remember it’s a grand illusion, and deep inside we’re all the same.” -Styx wisdom

Sihk wisdom

“There is but One God, His name is Truth, He is the Creator, He fears none, he is without hate, He never dies, He is beyond the cycle of births and death, He is self illuminated, He is realized by the kindness of the True Guru. He was True in the beginning, He was True when the ages commenced and has ever been True, He is also True now.” (Japji)

These words are enshrined at the beginning of the Sikh Holy Scriptures, the Guru Granth Sahib.

“Let God’s grace be the mosque, and devotion the prayer mat. Let the Quran be the good conduct. Let modesty be compassion, good manners fasting, you should be a Muslim the like of this. Let good deeds be your Kaaba and truth be your mentor. Your Kalma be your creed and prayer, God would then vindicate your honour.” (Majh)

 

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