How To Go Beyond The Reach Of Yamaraja

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What does Ugrasrava mean?

A person who has great hearing is known as Ugrasrava. Hearing means grasping power. He was a primary narrator of the Puranas.

How is listening important in Jnana-marga?

In Jnana-marga the principle is श्रोतव्यो. मन्तव्यो निदिध्यासितव्यः - listen first, then meditate upon it, then remember it again and again. Stress is on listening not reading.

Quiz

Which Upanishad talks about Panchayatana Puja ?

In the previous episode we saw about Pathala loka, then the seven worlds starting from our Bhuloka and going up to Brahma's Satyaloka, above that Vishnuloka, above that Rudraloka, above that Maheshwaraloka, above that Kalachakra, and above that Ishwaraloka. Kalachakra is a clearly demarcated wall border between the world of karma and the world of jnana. Karma exists only below kala chakra. Jnana is above kala chakra. Death exists only up to this level. Shiva Purana says Yamaraja is at the level of kala chakra. That is why Yama is also called Kala.....

In the previous episode we saw about Pathala loka, then the seven worlds starting from our Bhuloka and going up to Brahma's Satyaloka, above that Vishnuloka, above that Rudraloka, above that Maheshwaraloka, above that Kalachakra, and above that Ishwaraloka.
Kalachakra is a clearly demarcated wall border between the world of karma and the world of jnana.
Karma exists only below kala chakra.
Jnana is above kala chakra.
Death exists only up to this level.
Shiva Purana says Yamaraja is at the level of kala chakra.
That is why Yama is also called Kala.
What causes death?
Time, Kala.
If there is no time, there is no birth or death.
Influence of time is there only below kala chakra.
Yama operates only below kala chakra.
Yamaraja doesn't have to bother about those who cross over kala chakra and go to Ishwaraloka.
Yama doesn't have to go to Ishwaraloka to take lives.
There is no death in Ishwaraloka.
What is the seat of Yama?
Buffalo.
The four legs of that buffaloe are: dishonesty, impurity, violence, and cruelty.
Death is there only for those who practice these.
Yama or Kala or Time is there only for those who practice these.
Those who shun dishonesty, violence, and cruelty and make themselves pure, they go beyond the reach of Yama.
They go into the timeless world.
Universes will come and go.
Every kalpa a new universe will come.
Then after 4.32 billion years it will dissolve.
This will keep on happening.
But for those who have gone into Ishwraloka, they are not affected by this.
They are not pulled into this.
So what is that makes someone stay below the kala chakara and take births again and again?
What is it that someone has to do to go beyond kala chakra to get into the timeless space?
Answer is simple.
Anything done with a desire, to achieve something will make you roam around in the worlds below kala chakra.
This is sakama karma.
This includes worship and sadhana.
Through sakama karma you can achieve Vaikuntha, Kailasa.
But even in that a desire is there.
An objective is there.
If you want to go beyond kala chakra and enter the timeless world of Ishwara, there is only one way.
Worship Shiva linga with no desire in mind, with a nishkama bhava.

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