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True Knowledge Cannot be Replaced by False
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12/7/2013 12:14:19 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
The infinite power of attraction of My knowledge is the truth in it and not My efficiency in the presentation. One type of false knowledge may be replaced by another type of false knowledge. But, the true knowledge can never be replaced by any type of false knowledge. That is the infinite power of the truth. The first adjective for knowledge is truth as said by the Veda (Satyam Jnanam). A rope may be seen as snake for sometime and may be seen as a stick after sometime. Both snake and stick are false. Therefore, the snake may be replaced by stick or vice-versa. But once the rope is seen, it will never appear as stick or snake since truth can never be replaced by false.
Today, the spiritual field is fully occupied by concepts of false knowledge. The false knowledge is maintained by the preachers so that the disciples can be exploited forever, who will be in their grip throughout their life time. Once the true knowledge is opened, the disciples are in better state than the preachers. Hence, the preacher never likes the exposure of true knowledge. In fact, after a long time, the preacher also is not aware of the true knowledge. Even if the preacher knows the true knowledge due to the contact with a Satguru (true preacher), the preacher resists the true knowledge because of his constant immersion in the convenient false knowledge.
Let Me explain all this concept with the help of an example to show how the misinterpretation rules over the right interpretation. Today, people talk about their worship of Shri Chakra. The mention of this word raises the dignity and status in spiritual field. This word brings lot of respect from the public. The reason is that the present time favours only the misinterpretation and false knowledge of this concept. The actual meaning of Shri Chakra Upasaka makes other feel that he is a devotee of very high level. The actual meaning not caught by anyone is that, this word means a strong devotee of money! The word "Shri" means money and wealth. The word "Chakra" means the constant circular attraction in which one is trapped like a person unable to come out after being caught in the whirlpool of a river.
Money is the root of all the worldly bonds. If the bond with money can be cut, all the worldly bonds spontaneously break. Salvation means the liberation from all the worldly bonds. By such salvation only, one can approach God. A bonded person cannot move and approach anybody. Since money is root bond, the liberation from the attraction of money is the liberation of all the worldly bonds. After such liberation only, one can approach God. It is the top most bond. Hence, if you are able to detach yourself from money, you have crossed all the hurdles standing in the way to reach God. Therefore, the Veda says that by the sacrifice of money alone one can reach God (Dhanena Tyagenaikena).
Therefore, the actual subject is to cut the bonds with all the worldly attractions, which is completed by the final process of cutting your bond with money. Since money is the final, the only examination left over is money. Therefore, the Veda used the word "only" (Ekena). When you passed all the lower examinations and only one final test is remained, you will be using the word "only". The word "only one" is used to mean the final level.