Monday, 14 August 2017

Supplement II to Discourses on Radhasoami Faith : Karmas as explained in the various Writings and Speeches of Revered Leaders of Radhasoami Faith, Dayalbagh




II.  KARMAS AS EXPLAINED IN THE VARIOUS WRITINGS AND SPEECHES OF REVERED LEADERS OF RADHASOAMI FAITH, RADHASOAMI SATSANG, DAYALBAGH.

(Compiled by DR. PREM SARAN SATSANGI)


KARMA

            In the specific context of the relatively incomplete   Part IV on KARMAS of THE DISCOURSES ON RADHASOAMI FAITH By Param Guru Maharaj Sahab, the third Revered Leader of the Radhasoami Faith, Karma refers to the actions and reactions which arise from past thoughts, words, deeds and desires.


GRACIOUS OBJECT OF CREATION

            With reference to the last section on the GRACIOUS OBJECT OF CREATION of Part III on EVOLUTION OF CREATION of the above mentioned Discourses on Radhasoami Faith and the preceding Supplement I on REALITY AND TRUTH VIS-À-VIS WISDOM, it may be recalled that in the pre-creational condition, the Supreme Being, the infinite positive pole of full spirituality, was in a state of “shunya Samadhi”, absolute self-absorption; and there was lower order of spirituality in the nether pole or lower pole or negative pole, with different degrees of spirituality ranging from the highest grades in spirit-forces sheathed in the subtlest and purest covers nearest to the positive pole to the lowest grades in spirit-forces sheathed in the coarsest and densest covers farthest from the positive pole. Impelled by the Gracious Object of Creation, the Supreme Being willed that these spirit-forces of the nether pole with lower order of spirituality, which were in comatose condition unaware of the existence of Supreme Being, should have the bliss of full communion or correspondence with the Supreme Being. And, therefore, there occurred a huge commotion or upheaval in the Supreme Being accompanied with the issue of Adi-Chetan Dhar, transporting of the spirit forces of lower spirituality from the nether pole into the region of the Supreme Being, and accepting of as many of them as possible within His own region directly under His purview in Nirmal Chetan Desh through the process of spiritualization. But then it was not possible to galvanise (spiritualize) all others sufficiently for the purpose. Thus He had no choice but to cast off these spirit-forces from the first grand division of creation of pure spiritual region and create Brahmanda (the region of Universal Mind) as the second grand division and Pind (the region of mind and matter) as the third grand division inhabited by the spirit-forces which possessed progressively decreasing order of spirituality as they were embodied in covers of mind and matter with progressively increasing coarseness and denseness.

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