A Lesson From Our Ancestors On Power And Truth
I have wrote before about how the Bhagavad Gita has been corrupted. But there is still great wisdom and a message in there for people. Originally this book is about the perfection of the soul, Krisna is the god of love, love is the union of opposites in the ancient meaning. The union and perfection of the soul by the serpent. In Hinduism, Krisna is the serpent on the tree, the serpent energy, which is the divine spark, the literal Deamon. Even his name means "Serpent".
A war is about to start between the forces of the Pandava's and the Kaurava's who are cousins but the Kaurava's are evil and want to take total power over the planet. This is a global conflict in Hindu literature. The Pandava's are the opposite and wish to take their rightful rule but the Kaurava's are trying to violently take power by murder, lies, threats, bribery and general deceitfulness, they are criminals.
The Kaurava's assemble a massive army from around the world their allies come from everywhere. The Pandava Prince, Arjuna outnumbered and losing hope goes to seek help from his family member Lord Krisna who has a massive army and massive amounts of gold and great allies.
When Arjuna arrives to Krisna's court he finds so has one of his evil cousins seeking the same. Krisna tells them both, he will not fight either as they are family but they both have a choice. One can have his massive army and gold all the material power at his command as a great ruler. The other can simply have him as an advisor. He tells them to arrive in the morning of the next day to give their choice.
The next day the evil cousin runs in first thing in a hurry and is agitated that Krisna is not awake yet and sits down angrily waiting. Arjuna wakes up and takes a morning bath then sits down to his daily morning meditations. Then calmly goes into Krisna's room and sits before his feet at Krisna's bed. Then Krisna awakes and seeing Arjuna first asks him what will it be his material forces of his troops or him. Arjuna states: "I choose you Lord". The other cousins runs away happy.
Arjuna with Krisna as his charioteer and advisor goes on to totally crush the Kaurava's in the war and wipe them out of existence with a smaller army against all odds he is victorious.
The message is simple. Arjuna is a spiritualized being. The bath he takes is the purification of the serpent power the rebirth, also he practices meditation the tapas of the kundalini energy that transform and spiritualize the being. When he walks into Krisna's room and sits at his feet. This is easy to understand, the lotus feet of the Guru [god] is the thousand petal lotus of the crown. Arjuna rose the serpent of Satan. His power was spiritual power the real power behind the cosmos. Krisna also represents the open crown and third eye as well.
The chariot is the symbol of the soul the seven horses that pull it the chakra's and the Surya [Krisna] is the power of the soul radiating thought the spiritualized, perfected being. The advice Krisna gives is the Buddhi the transcendental mind, the Deamon as good advise and counsel.
His cousin was not spiritualized he was purely of materialistic mind and filled with greed, murder and lies for it. He was basically just a jew.
Arjuna was victorious because he chose true spirituality his cousins were evil in mind because they rejected it. In the end they with all the armies of the earth at their command were no match for one ascended master and his loyal men.
Spiritual power is the ultimate truth and power.
Remember the advise that Krisna gives Arjuna, its one is supposed to struggle in the world for what is good against what is evil. And that Pacifism is simply spiritual weakness and evil, and allows evil people to take over and destroy the planet. And that one has a divine, spiritual duty for truth and to struggle for its victory on earth. This is why the jews always encourage and promote pacifism to the Goyim.