another topic i always wanted to ask you:
" YATHPADHAM PREPSAVO DHEENAH SAKRADHYAH SARVADEVATHAH,
AHO THATHRA STHITHO YOGI NA HARSHAM UPAGACHATHI"
...... Astavakra Gita
All gods like indra are so desparate to reach a place (place here refers to moksha / aathmanubhava)
but the yogi who reaches that place is not expressing any joy.
isn't it unusual?
if Bhagwan can grant us MOKSHA / BANDHA VIMUKTHI, why is he - himself bound to this world?
Moksha doesn't exist anywhere(to reach).. Its right here-within you..
Once you know the self-it is moksha. When you are in that Supreme state, how to express the joy?
The happiness or pleasure of Gods like Indra are temporary but Moksha is eternal and permanent.
The formless Brahman assumes various forms and Divine entities..
You are a part of the everything(all pervading Prabrahmam) but totally unware of it. Realizing this state is Moksha.
This brahma vastu assumes various divine forms voluntarily in order to raise us from the lower level towards this self realization.
This happens only by his own will and just because of this he projects as if bound to this world...
But He is not..