My diary of divine dreams and Diamond - vision of past

Date of dream: Wednesday, April 16, 2008

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Vision of far past – The Vedic era before ten thousand years  and my past life

April 16, 2008, Wednesday.

Early morning dream : I was seeing an unknown open area which seemed to be of very far past scene. I was roaming here and there. In one place of a field I noticed that a group of people sitting on the ground in a circle were chanting some hymns. I was a little bit dark due to evening time. They were not clearly visible. Sometimes a sound ‘Hing’ was heard in between the chanting. The sound as well as the languages were quite unnatural and unusual though it was very melodious. Suddenly a voice was heard near me, ‘They are chanting the Vedic hymns.’ I realized that another man was with me though I couldn’t recognize his presence so long. Then the dream was off, though the chanting was echoing in my ear throughout the day.

[In the evening a quote of Swami Vivekananda flashed in my mind. He said, ‘The actual meaning and lyrics of the Vedic hymns are lost. They are not uttered properly. These hymns were properly used to be uttered by the Vedic Rishis and for that reason would manifest in their bodies. But that is a lost chapter now.’

I realized that I heard the accurate musical noting of the Vedic hymns in my dream.

This has been proved in a strange manner after a few months.

On 28th August, 2008, on account of my writing a book on Diamond with reference to Upanishad, I had to read Chandogya Upanishad for reference. There in one chapter I read an incident which perplexed me to a great extent.

In the twelve chapter of the first volume of Chandogya Upanishad, it is written like this :

Once the son of Dalvya Rishi and the son Bak or Glub of Mitra Rishi went out of their village for studying Vedas.

Then some Rishis in the disguise of white dogs appeared before them and asked them to enchant hymns, and to come in the next morning to the same place. So they waited there till next morning. The Rishis in the disguise of white dogs chanted the Vedic hymns with utterance of a sound ‘Hing’ in between the hymns (In Vedic era during hymns one of the Rishis used to utter this word ‘Hing’. This hymn belongs to eventh Sukta of ninth Mondal of Ricveda.

The whole dream thus became clear to me and I understood that I saw the same incident described in Chandogya Upanishad though it happened some thousands of years before Upanishads were written. The Upanishads were written some three to four thousands years ago on the basis of memories from generation after generation, while Ric Veda is the oldest. But the incidents happened much prior to that.

The effect of the dream was such. I felt no trouble in searching the references out of 13 Upanishads for my book though this was the first time I read Upanishads.

Whenever I wanted any reference, it took seconds to find the same. this is really astonishing and amazing.

 

Additional Comments:

Like many of my past life this dream indicates another one. But the actual meaning is like this: The whole universe including past, present and future are within our brain. In the mind with pure consciousness and by the grace of of God-the-Preceptor within the body these reveal within dreams.Actually the genes of a man of the past with particular attributes are manifested in any human being in later births and hence it can be visualized in dreams.

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    Vedic
    era
    dream
    past
    life
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