Sat Chit Anand!

"Arushi Ahuja"

The three essence of life-
Read the explanation of the logo at Here.
Taken from Manav Seva Sangh!
Atma, Parmatma and Jivatma,*
Defining the universe in a trice!

Sometimes in the literature when they try to define
God and His nature they say only three Lines
     Sat- The only existing Truth
         Chit- The consciousness within,
              Anand- The eternal unending Love....

We have always been three,
my father, mother and me,
Became the double after my union with thee!


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Atma- आत्मा  meaning soul.
Parmatma- परमात्मा  meaning God!
Jivatma- जीवात्मा meaning collective union of all souls in the universe! 

the imaginary garden with real toads
This poem is written for a prompt given by Mama Zen at The Imaginary Garden With Real Toads. To create a poem of 90 words or less with the number 'three'!



22 comments:

  1. I love the idea of mother, father and child "doubling" into three. ;-)

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  2. This is a very interesting definition of spirituality, and I like how you personalized it in the final stanza.

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  3. Thank you, Arushi, for explaining the "Atma, Parmatma and Jivatma [those three]." I was going to Google them until I got to the bottom here. It reads nice, I like the thought, "father, mother and me [us three]."
    BTW, my children and grandkids have been attending the All Souls Church in London. It is jam packed every Sunday morning, at least for the many services we have attended.
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    1. thats very inspiring Jim to hear about your grandkids... thanks for reading through!! hindu scriptures give a vast explanation of how all of us are equals by the means of these three entities only... its a huge topic of discussoin!! :)

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  4. I like this very much. Spiritual and personal.

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  5. an indeed beautiful response to the prompt, luv the divine essence projected in your poem

    much love...

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  6. A welcoming sort of poem--that's how it feels: here's the essence, here's God, welcome to my family. I hate when tweety bird sits on what I'm reading and writing, but in the spirit of your poem I will welcome it too.

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    1. Im sry about the tweety but I like her too much... ill def think ill get over her soon too tho... thanx for reading tho... im glad you njoid it...

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  7. Beautiful - all the most important things!

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  8. Numbers in religion often have many "hidden' meanings - I have always found that fascinating.

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    1. Some people do believe that numbers make religions in many ways...

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  9. Thank you for bringing these words to us and their meanings...they resonate with truth for me!! Beautifully expressed. ♥

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  10. Thank u hannah!! m glad you njoid!!

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So much time I spent writing this... Leave me here the words on your lips!!