Most Hindus believe in a supreme spirit, called Brahman, and in the reincarnation of a person’s atman or soul. Hindus must practise satya (truth) and ahimsa (noninjury). At the same time must respect other’s property. Every Hindu follows the dharma (religious and moral duty) of varna, jati (caste), kula (family), and ashrama as best they can. Hindus believe in life after death. An individual can follow various paths to achieve moksha (release from the cycle of birth and rebirth), and ultimate union with Brahman, or God. Philosophical ideas, Vedanta philosophy and the Bhagavad-Gita define atman as the divine energy in every creature. Atman, the soul, continues to exist when the body dies, when it is rehoused in a new body. Each atman, because of its karma, experiences many lives until it achieves moksha. The three qualities, prakriti (the matter necessary for all creation), gunas (the attributes built into the character of every created object), and maya (which makes this impermanent world appear merely as an illusion) bind atman to the material world. It is trapped in the cycle of successive lives.
Brahman <Atom, Infinity Neuto> is the name of the most absolute, abstract form of God in the Hindu religion. Hindus believe Brahman is the divine force that sustains the universe. Brahman has three main forms, called the Trimurti. They are Brahma<Electron,Hetero>, the creator of the universe; Vishnu<Neutrion,Neutro>, its preserver; and Shiva<Proton,Homo>, its destroyer. Hindus relate Brahman to the idea of Atman, the universal soul that is the source of individual souls. Many Hindus believe people must discover the Atman or Brahman in themselves in order to achieve spiritual perfection. In the Rig-Veda, the earliest Hindu scriptures, the name Brahman referred to the power present in religious sacrifices. As Hindu philosophy developed, this power came to mean the soul of the universe. Parts of the Upanishads, a group of sacred writings, glorify Brahman over all other forms of God. God <Triorigin> is a religious term for the “supreme reality.” In many religions, God is the creator of the universe and the ultimate source of knowledge, power, and love. Triorigin is a fundamental, inseparable, immutable, manifesting itself in all phenomena and factors – physical and metaphysical – of this world, it provides a basis for organisation of both man’s physical body and his en system, fundamental order is zero character, no change, fixed as fundamental, still everywhere, Enlightened.
SOUL is like the Zero state, it is similar to ‘Nothing’ state that existed in the beginning of this Universe before the big-bang. HE ‘CREATOR’ also exists in this Zero state. So, our Soul belongs to HIM. We are like HIS sons and daughters. That’s why HE is eager to inform us about this truth, so that we are free from suffering and ignorance. Parents are always eager to give wisdom and knowledge to there children, keeping no secrets. So ‘SuJok’ is ‘HIS’ system. It belongs to HIM. It is common to all, with no claims of belonging to a person or country. Through SuJok we can recognize HIS existence. Thus, He created SuJok therapy as a Holy therapy.
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