What it means to be a Hindu Aaiyyanist

To be a Hindu Aaiyyanist one must simply believe that all beings are One with Brahman. When we mean all beings – we literally mean everything in this Universe and the multitude of Universes that surround us. We also mean everything in the multitude of dimensions that contain these innumerable Universes. What this means in practise is that we must love everyone unconditionally as One – even if they are our enemies, or even if they are considered to be evil entities. I know this sounds like a radical idea, but even negative entities like Asuras and  Rakshasas are part of Brahman. They are just another expression of the truth.

Some Aaiyyanists are drawn to the path of positivity and truth, finding solace in meditation and research. Other Hindu Aaiyyanists strive for the Tantric path and attempt to find the bridge to Brahman by invoking and learning from negative entities. There is no right and wrong path in this life; all roads eventually lead to The One: Brahman.

So, my fellow Aaiyyanists may disagree on what is the best approach to find liberation. Some may find it through devotion, learning, immersing oneself in the Tantric Path or simply becoming a strict purist ascetic – we are all One and must remember that. However, fighting against each other is also ‘part of our oneness’, so the true Aaiyyanist like myself can neither judge, condemn nor condone any actions by anyone. In order to understand fully the life choices by our peers we must walk in their shoes and live their life. Only the trained Aaiyyanist can remember their past lives and can understand many fragments of the whole, but we still cannot comprehend someone’s actions in this timeline as we also exist in it.

Thus, the solution is to simply love everyone as One, as a subset and a part of Brahman. And by loving, comes understanding… and from that comes knowing and learning some sort of truth that you did not know existed… until you felt it from a stranger who thinks, acts and is spiritually dissimilar to yourself. That journey to the truth is the essence of Hindu Aaiyyanism.

 

 

 

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