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Gaṇeśa - The Gateway to Eternity

Author Name: Choudur Satyanarayana Moorthy | Format: Paperback | Genre : Religion & Spirituality | Other Details

Dynamic Balancing

Who is Ganesha? (In Tamil: Pullayar)

- He is formless and everywhere, being energy or life force. 

- He has been provided a form by humans, who are objective in outlook. 

- Objectively, nature comprises five elements: sky (akash); vayu (air); fire (agni); water (apas); and earth (prithvi). These five elements are injected into his form. Thus, he has broad ears: deep nostrils at the end of his trunk; sharp eyes; a wide mouth; and a long trunk. The five elements mentioned above devolve into subtle elements known as the tanmatras.

- His ears pick up sounds in space; his nostrils can manage breath; his eyes shine like fire; his wide mouth is for taste; and his long trunk is for smell.

- Ganesha has his abode at both ends of our body. At the top is the pivotal point known as brahmarandra, the gateway to eternity (see name 2.940), and at muladara chakra, the foundation (see name 2.637).

- Eternity is always in a perfect state of balance, but humans are not so fortunate. We are constantly imbalanced due to the pushes and pulls if life, and we need correction. If we do not correct ourselves, we are bound to lives of agony. 

- Lord Ganesha alone can restore equilibrium in us, through controlled breathing and choiceless awareness.  

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Choudur Satyanarayana Moorthy

Mr. C. S. Moorthy was born in 1938 in Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu, India. He grew up in Mumbai and obtained a Master’s Degree in English from Mysore University. He was elected as a member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants in the United Kingdom in 1978. He retired as Chief Manager of Finance with Southern Petrochemical Industries Corporation in 1998. 

He came into close association with the late Swami Chinmayananda and was his ardent follower between the years 1959 and 1969. He was mentored by Swami Chinmayananda’s principal disciple at the time, Sri Brahmachari Natrajan, who later on became Swami Dayananda Saraswati in his own right. He encouraged C. S. Moorthy to read books by the late J. Krishnamurti in 1970. 

After that, Mr. Moorthy attended all the lectures of J. Krishnamurti (in Mumbai) and was his ardent admirer until his death in 1986. Mr. Moorthy thereafter commenced his independent research on scientific and spiritual aspects of ancient scriptures. He has published two books:

1.      Gleanings from Rig-Veda—When Science was Religion

2.      Lalita Sahasranamaha—In a New Light  

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