BHAWANA VERMA

SCRIPTURES

Welcome to the ‘Scriptures‘ section of our blog, where we delve into the rich tapestry of spiritual wisdom encoded in the world’s sacred texts. This space is dedicated to exploring profound teachings from an array of revered scriptures, including the Bhagavad Gita, the Bible, the Quran, the Tao Te Ching, and the Tripitaka, among others.

Many perceive these ancient scriptures solely as religious texts. However, I view them as rich repositories of science, philosophy, and deep spiritual concepts. These texts are filled with profound knowledge that, when translated into layman’s language, can unlock our full potential by fostering a deep connection with the universe at a soul level. Join us as we unveil this ancient wisdom to enrich our modern lives.

As we explore these texts, our aim is to uncover the universal truths that connect us all, regardless of cultural or religious backgrounds. Join us as we traverse these spiritual landscapes to find guidance, wisdom, and the keys to deeper understanding.

I will begin with the Bhagavad Gita. Having been an atheist all my life, my belief system about the concept of God underwent a profound transformation following a mystical spiritual experience. It was then that my spirit guides introduced me to the Bhagavad Gita. Upon reading, I realized I had been subtly receiving lessons on this ancient text in layman’s language for the past few years without fully recognizing them. As I started to match these teachings with my previous blogs, I was surprised to discover remarkable similarities.

In this series, we first distinguish between religion—often structured, communal, and bound by doctrine—and spirituality, which focuses on individual belief and personal connection to the divine. This foundation will guide our exploration of both dimensions, emphasizing the spiritual essence that underpins religious practices.

We will start with the basics, such as ‘What is God?‘ I will explore why, despite the many gods in various religions, we often say that God is one. Specifically, I will delve into why Hinduism features so many gods and the reasons behind idol worship in Hindu practices. Each discussion will aim to uncover the spiritual essence of these practices and beliefs, providing clarity and understanding from a deeper, philosophical perspective. All explanations will be presented in layman’s language, free from spiritual or religious jargon, ensuring that everyone can understand and benefit from it.

Coming Soon!