The picture of the leaf in the “Anger” blog interested me. Note how the shape corresponds to the shape of Ganesh’s head. This is no coincidence. The forms, the shapes, of the Gods are not arbitrary. They are the geometric correlate to the mathematical structure of the underlying fabric of nature emerging as Oneness (pure consciousness, the unified field) interacts with itself birthing creation. Those shapes permeate all existence and manifest on all levels in diverse ways… even the shape of a leaf or a cross section of the brain.
Looking at the forms of the Gods enliven the connection of the depth of your being with the surface. The result is integration of the physiology. Integration of the physiology is call evolution.
At the depth of your being, you are one with God. Evolution means more and more fully embodying that. All things gravitate back to oneness. Back to God. The diverse Gods are various aspects of the One God. All are One.
I never thought of the mapping to plants, not surprising though, definitely feel it.
Very interesting. This is not the first time I’ve heard Brahmarshi say that the forms of the deities physically demonstrate the operating principles of nature, but it is hitting me differently this time.
For the past several months, I am overwhelmed by the forms that plants come in. I find myself thinking about trees and flowers just about every spare second. Suddenly, spring is my favorite season. I practically fall over when I see a wildflower while walking with my patient husband (who is certainly tired of digging garden holes, endless trips to Lowes for dirt, and how I can’t hear him when I’m looking at plants, or have a conversation about anything other than plants).
I would guess living at Mount Soma and the ashram program is affecting my awareness. In a good way. 🙂
Great blog once again… I have a humble blog request…
can you please write a blog titled: What God is not.
All the best to you!
I love this. Thank you. Jai Guru Dev.