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    Re: Pancakshara Mantra

    the spirit of the teachings both oral and written are waiting to hear your reference? (the verse you quoted had nothing to do with the universe itself being eternal, it is said that only Brahman is...
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    Re: Pancakshara Mantra

    if there is anyone in this entire forum (or elsewhere) that can find revealed Hindu scripture that says, "form is eternal" a.k.a. the created universe in and of itself as was implied then please...
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    Re: Pancakshara Mantra

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    Hello India lover,

    Thank you for your time and personal reply and descriptions of where you are coming from.
    neti,...
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    Re: Pancakshara Mantra

    Hello Indialover,

    Are you saying the school of Hinduism that you follow and its writings state that form as in the universe is eternal?..And if so could you quote scripture that supports that. ...
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    Re: Pancakshara Mantra

    Hello Satay,
    If you are saying supreme or pure consciousness as being eternal then agreed, (a.k.a. Shiva per the Saivite faith, the Self per the Upanishads and other revealed scripture, or Supreme...
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    Re: unless being born and raised in Hinduism?

    Namaste Believer,

    I really appreciate the Upanishads that point to the Self, still the Self is not Hindu, Christian, Buddhist, Jain, etc...best wishes to you.
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    Re: Pancakshara Mantra

    Hello Indialover,

    Where are you finding teachings that the universe (which is form) is eternal in Hinduism? The cosmology I've come across for the universe in general Hinduism is spoken of as the...
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    Re: Pancakshara Mantra

    Umm, is not the "universe" here half a cosmic cycle and then gone or withdrawn the other half (and then starts all over)? ..per the "lifetime of Lord Brahma" in Hinduism's cosmology?
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    Re: unless being born and raised in Hinduism?

    Well said Believer, thank you.

    I do believe that after many lifetimes a person may then put all of those lifetimes together into a present lifetime of attainment. I also feel that the practice of...
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    Re: Pancakshara Mantra

    Hello Indialover,

    Umm, The mythology text has veiled meanings or.... giving all those human shortcomings to Devas and Mahadevas is or seems very crazy to me, and in the sense of revealed...
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    unless being born and raised in Hinduism?

    It seems that one will be mostly standing outside looking in unless they are born and raised in Hinduism...and even with those that are it would seem that a great many lifetimes of study and practice...
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    Re: great (profound) questions...

    Our time is limited and so is our memory of all the scriptures and their interpretations and comparisons, anyone tired of being an expert and just wants peace?
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    Re: Panentheistic Saiva tradition

    Hello, Did you try the Himalayan academy on the Island of Kauai?
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    Re: Pancakshara Mantra

    Hello, thanks for a great deal of information shared in this thread! I've read that recognition of Lord Ganesha should always come first before proceeding to worship of Lord Siva...does that also...
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    Hello Bhaktina,

    That is a difficult situation you mention... Yet if you present your Hindu faith from an honest and spiritual state of being and also with reasonable words if or when needed,...
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