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Meaning of Moksha
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Moksha in Hinduism and Jainism generally mean the same! In Christianity moksha is termed salvation... in Buddhism nirvana! The deeper meaning of moksha in Hinduism simply means liberation of the Atman soul from the cycle of birth and death forever! The moment human beings reached the stage of enlightenment (kaivalya jnana)... one finally gained moksha (salvation) in that lifetime!

Cessation of all karma in entirety results from reaching the stage of enlightenment... never before! Traveling the path of jnana yoga... assimilating the pearls of wisdom contained in sacred Bhagavad Gita of Hinduism... human beings finally emancipated forever from the cycle of birth and death... reached the stage of enlightenment (kaivalya jnana) and finally moksha (salvation)

Meaning of moksha as per Hindu traditions means gaining Mukti... liberation from the bondage of karma... from the vicious cycle of birth and death forever! This becomes possible when human beings after establishing absolute control over five senses and mind reached the stage of Nirvikalpa Samadhi... the stage of nothingness... the stage of absolute wisdom!

Controlling five senses and the mind alone does not make one reach the stage of enlightenment. One needs practicing absolute celibacy for a minimum period of 12 years in continuation! The practice of celibacy results in full awakening of the kundalini Shakti... the dormant cosmic energy lying in the base of spine!

The moment one awakens kundalini fully... the Sahasrara Chakra (thousand petaled Lotus) existing in brain behind the forehead opens fully. The opening of Sahasrara Chakra fully announces one reaching stage of enlightenment... the stage of Nirvikalpa Samadhi... stage of nothingness... stage of absolute wisdom... the stage of kaivalya jnana!

The meaning of kaivalya jnana in Hinduism... in Hindi means the stage when only jnana remains... the stage of absolute wisdom! Devoid of all dross within when an Atman soul reaches the stage of nothingness... one is said to have reached the stage of kaivalya jnana... absolute wisdom! Bhagavad Gita is absolutely clear on this explanation of kaivalya jnana!

Cessation of karma in the physical manifest life is not that easy! Surrounded by materialistic riches galore... prompted by a bloated ego... the wanton desires and greed for materialistic riches... most human beings in life desire traveling the spiritual path standing on platform of material riches. This simply cannot be... the spiritual path can never be traveled following religion!

For serious seekers of spirituality bondage of life on Mother Earth carries no meaning! For one who reaches higher brackets of spirituality even relationship with mother and father ceases to exist! For true seekers of spirituality father denotes Brahman (termed God Almighty) and mother... planet Mother Earth that supports germination of life without which life in cosmic system was just not possible!

It is only when an Atman soul manifests a body... life evolves in cosmic system! In absence of life supporting planets like Mother Earth... all atmans souls would simply remain inert! Every Atman soul manifests life to cleanse self of dross impurities within. This becomes possible through the complex process of karma that acts as accountant general of cosmic system!

After the death of body on mother Earth... whatever the residual balance of life... the same becomes opening balance of life for next manifestation... the new journey of life manifested by an Atman soul! The entire life span of 8.4 million manifestations... an earthly journey of 96.4 million years is one single span of life for an Atman soul!

Travel in human form is the most pleasant experience for an Atman soul. It is only in human form an Atman soul finally reaches the cosmic end of life... the 8.4 millionth manifestation... the moment human beings gained enlightenment (kaivalya jnana). Nothing to achieve further... the enlightened one finally embraces moksha (salvation)!

Reaching moksha in simpler terms means the liberated Atman soul... an Atman soul that has finally liberated from the cycle of birth and death gains entry into the abode of God... the kingdom of God (termed Vaikuntha in Hinduism). Ever since the individual piece of puzzle separated from its source... the effort of every Atman soul remains rejoining the complete puzzle at the earliest!

The moment all souls’ atmans in the cosmos reached 8.4 millionth manifestation... it announces Pralaya (dissolution of the cosmos). Devoid of all dross impurities within (after complete dissolution of cosmos) the size of entire cosmos reduces to size of half a thumb. As per Bhagavad Gita this half a thumb is what we term Brahman (God Almighty).

The primordial power of all purified souls atmans in the cosmos at a given point of time is what we term God Almighty... Brahman in Hinduism! This magnanimous colossal primordial power... the size of half a thumb unable to retain itself in its prime pure state for long again explodes with a big bang... giving rise to a new cosmos... an entirely new journey of life!

As per sacred Bhagavad Gita of Hinduism the existence of an Atman soul is the only truth of life! Apart from the existence of all atmans souls... nothing else exists in the whole of cosmos! As per Advaita Vedanta theory of Hinduism, Brahman (termed God Almighty) is the only truth of life in the cosmic system. Beyond the existence of Brahman nothing else exists in the whole cosmos!

Whatever we see from the senses point of view... everything that appears solid is in fact gaseous formation. Even the human form is but a cluster of atoms and molecules... made up of the basic building block of cosmos... clusters of atoms and molecules! For understanding the intricacies of cosmic system... one need assimilating the wisdom contained in Bhagavad Gita.

The sacred Bhagavad Gita of Hinduism contains everything that is worth knowing in the cosmic system... right from A to Z. The knower of Bhagavad Gita finally becomes the knower of all... gains enlightenment at the end of the journey. For gaining enlightenment (kaivalya jnana) the wisdom contained in 700 shlokas verses of Bhagavad Gita of Hinduism suffice.

The Independent Upanishads (treatises) are of great help on the spiritual path but for gaining enlightenment... the pearls of wisdom contained in Bhagavad Gita suffices! The wisdom contained in various Vedas of Hinduism is not a requisite on the spiritual path. Primarily the wisdom of Vedas was meant for yester years when rituals played a vital role for living a meaningful life!

With the advancements in science... one need not indulge in any ritual of religion in present times for reaching God Almighty... for gaining enlightenment... reaching the stage of kaivalya jnana! Moksha can never be gained by following the path of religion alone. Moksha can also never be gained through the path of karma yoga or bhakti yoga alone.

For reaching the stage of moksha in ones lifetime... one needs following the path of jnana yoga (absolute wisdom) with all sincerity... practicing patience, persistence and perseverance at its best! Practice of absolute celibacy demands highest level of perfection as a human being. Full kundalini awakening is not that easy to achieve as most human beings think.

For understanding the meaning of moksha in Hinduism or Jainism... one need not convert to Hinduism or Jainism religion. Even while following ones religion any human being on Mother Earth can follow the dictates of Bhagavad Gita or Jaina Scriptures. Moksha is reaching the abode of Brahman... the abode of God Almighty... the ultimate goal of cosmic life!

Moksha yoga... or any type of yoga meditation one indulges in must propel one towards the ultimate goal of life... the stage of self realization... the stage of enlightenment (kaivalya jnana). The goal of every type of yoga meditation always remains reaching God Almighty... Brahman at the earliest!

Brahman is also termed Parmatman, Karta, Sanatana Purusha, Bhagwan, and Ishwar in Hinduism. Brahman of Hinduism is one and only one. Lord Shiva... Lord Vishnu and Lord Brahma are merely attributes of Brahman... the one and only Hindu God... the creator of all things cosmic! Brahman must never be confused with Brahmin (a Varna in Hinduism)... a Hindu caste that indulges in religious aspects of life... more particularly rituals!

Moksha in Hinduism stands for liberation from samsara (worldly life)! The moment all dross within the Atman soul removed... the need for an Atman soul to manifest a body ceases to exist! The liberated Atman soul is now free to gain moksha (salvation) at the end of cosmic journey!

By: Vijay Kumar "Atma Jnani"

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