In the ancient Vedic scriptures it is said: “Ja tulsi Ghar Ghar auras that gaya vaidya kabhu on aye” -“The house in which the tree tulsi and a cow, never comes the doctor.”
Ayurveda says one cow is enough to be completely healthy, because cow’s milk cures all illness through a change of consciousness – and this is the most powerful method of treatment.
There are 5 main cow products: milk, melted butter (or Sanskrit “ghee”), kefir or yogurt, urine, manure. These products are in the mode of goodness and have a huge power of influence on a person, affecting the five primary elements of his body, and mind. See “History” and “Articles” for more details .
Our site is mainly devoted to the last two products of the cow. Their impact on the human body is enormous, but, unfortunately, few people own this information. You are very lucky if you can appreciate the impact of cow foods on your body.
Numerous Internet resources abound with complex and often incomprehensible theoretical information about methods of self-improvement and various non-traditional types of treatment. As they say, all ingenious is simple. In the system of improvement, as well as in the treatment of diseases, there is a simple principle, described in ancient times in the sastras: a person should get out of the influence of the modes of ignorance and passion and go into the mode of goodness. Only from a position of goodness can a person realize himself and get rid of illnesses.
A Little Theory
According to the Vaishnava philosophy, we as souls are in the material world, outside our own abode, and are compelled to obey the law of karma. Our ignorance breeds disease and suffering; they arise for two reasons:
– past karma (wrong actions in the past);
– ignorance in this life: lack of knowledge, how to live happily and overcome difficulties.
The past karma can be mitigated only by life in goodness and spiritual practice. But how can one elevate one’s existence from the modes of ignorance and passion to the mode of goodness?
“We are what, how and where we eat.” The person on the subtle plane is open while eating, and the quality of food forms our mind and subtle body. According to Ayurveda, we are sick because of the state of our mind. (See the influence of character traits on illness on torsunov.ru .) Mind in the mood of passion and ignorance is the cause of illness and our unhappy coexistence. The only way out is to learn to eat in the mode of goodness. As soon as this happens, your health will improve, and life will follow a more successful scenario. All the rest of piety will come by itself, according to your desire. This site is dedicated to the mode of goodness and the path to Her Majesty 🙂
There are various types of Ayurvedic treatment: herbs, metals, precious stones – but crowning is the treatment of the products of the cow; it is the simplest and at the same time mysterious and mystical.
Everything, in which you add one of the five products of the cow,
rises to the level of goodness.
The right combination of food, herbs or metal powder with cow products converts and improves them in an astounding way. The same applies to the items that we use every day, and the state of the home: cleanliness in the house, the cleanliness of the dishes, the state of the atmosphere of the house, and so on.
Having learned to prepare food by mixing it with milk, melted butter, sour-milk products, using cow urine and using cow dung, and also learning to offer food to God with love and devotion, such a person will undoubtedly soon find happiness in life and know himself.
A bit about the fourth cow product 🙂
The cow’s urine has a quality of goodness, as opposed to the urine of a person who is in ignorance. The cow’s urine brings goodness into our frame of mind. If you take cow urine regularly for 6 months, the nature of the person becomes blissful. Cow’s urine destroys the qualities of passion and ignorance. It removes toxins from the entire body through urine, sweat and feces..
Cow’s urine is also a destroyer of diseases associated with the mind. In Ayurveda the following is said: “Gavyam pavitram cha rasayanam ca pathyam ca chryyam balam buddhi syata ayur pradam rak vikar hari tridosh hrdrog vishapam syata” – “Cow’s urine is a great elixir. It is pleasant to the heart, it gives strength to the mind and body, gives longevity, eliminates all disorders associated with blood circulation, balances bile, mucus and air, cures heart diseases and eliminates the effects of poisons. ”
Effect of exposure to cow urine: cures all bodily and mental illnesses. This is the divine drink of the yogis, which grants them divine power. In the cow’s urine is always inhabited by the divine river Ganges. Cow’s urine is the destroyer of all human sins (read “diseases”).
It does not matter in what form to take the cow urine: natural, distilled or dried. According to the therapeutic effects between them there is no difference, only the dosage changes.
How the cow’s urine gets sick
1. Cow’s urine has the amazing power to destroy all pathogenic bacteria.
2. Cow’s urine balances the tridosha (cotton wool, pitta, kapha) and cures diseases.
3. Cow’s urine sets up the liver, resulting in the liver is able to produce clean, healthy blood. It also gives strength to the body to resist disease.
4. The cow urine contains all the elements that are necessary for the healthy functioning of the body.
5. The cow’s urine contains many minerals, such as copper. The cow’s urine compensates for the lack of minerals in the body. Also the protection against diseases is the presence of gold salts.
6. Mental tension affects the nervous system. The cow’s urine is called medhya and snoring , which means “gives strength to the brain and heart.” That is, the cow’s urine is the protection of the brain and the heart from various kinds of damage caused by mental overexertion.
7. The use of drugs leads to their deposition in the body. This leads to the appearance of diseases. Cow’s urine destroys these deposits and makes the body free from disease.
8. The electric field around us helps the body stay healthy. Electricity penetrates into our body through the copper contained in the body. Copper in the cow urine helps the body draw electricity.
9. Cow’s urine is an elixir. It stops the aging process, destroys the disease.
10. Lack of nutrients, the content of which in food is negligible, is compensated by their presence in the cow’s urine.
11. If we act contrary to conscience (immoral and sinful activities), the heart and mind become limited, which affects the entire body negatively, contributing to the emergence of diseases. Cow’s urine introduces the quality of goodness and thus helps to perform the right activity in the mind. And this is a real protection against diseases.
12. In the scriptures it is said that some diseases arise because of sinful actions in past lives. In the cow’s urine there is the Ganges, and the Ganges destroys sins. Thus, the urine of the cow destroys sins and thereby heals of certain diseases.
13. The use of cow urine also treats diseases caused by the penetration of spirits and ghosts into the body. The lord of spirits and ghosts is Lord Siva, who holds the Ganges River on his head. Ganges also lives in the cow’s urine. Thanks to the intake of cow urine, ghosts and spirits are able to contemplate the Ganges on the head of their master, pacify and cease to disturb our body, which destroys the diseases caused by the presence of spirits and ghosts in the body.
14. Regularly taking cow urine as a prophylactic, even before the onset of the disease, our body receives such a supply of immunity that the attack of the disease becomes ineffective.
15. Since the cow’s urine destroys toxins, it cures the diseases caused by them. Cow’s urine from our body is washed away even the most dangerous chemical elements. It strengthens the immune system, thereby increasing the body’s ability to resist disease.
Here are some diseases that can be cured by cow urine:
dyspepsia, indigestion, diarrhea, hernia, increased acidity, appendicitis, dysfunction of the glands of internal secretion, epilepsy, dizziness, lack of appetite, swelling, hemorrhoids, prostate enlargement, stones (in the kidneys, gall bladder), dyspepsia (indigestion), indigestion; fractures, diabetes, opium poison, flatulence (constriction of gases), constipation, rheumatism, ulcers in the digestive tract, gases (winds), sunstroke, carbuncle, dysentery, eczema, increased bile, spleen enlargement, polyuria, alcoholism, measles, cavities, loss of consciousness, painful urination, ulcers in the ureter, obesity, liver disease, high blood pressure, hemorrhoids, blood infection, insanity, syphilis, pleurisy, scurf, leprosy,
Attention! It is strongly recommended not to ingest cow foods, especially cow urine, if you have not left the habits of eating ignorance products: meat, fish, eggs. Deep cleansing of the body with cow urine is incompatible with intoxication from the products of ignorance.
(from the Vedic and other scriptures)
“Sarve rogaah hi mandagnau” – All diseases begin with mandagni (weak fire, ie, the strength of digestion). Fire is a pitta. If the fire is strong, there will be no illness. A strong fire makes cow urine. Toxins cause the spread of germs. The latter also breed disease. Cow’s urine is bactericidal in nature.
“Rogahi visham dosha” translates as follows: diseases are caused by imbalance of elements of cotton wool, pitta, kapha . Cow’s urine puts them in balance. Samya dosharogata means the following: when the three elements are balanced, there is no room for disease .
Irregular bowel movements (irregular stools) also cause disease. Cow’s urine is an elixir. There are several micro nutrients that give us vitality. They are washed out of our body through urine. Thus, in our body there is a gradual aging. Cow’s urine, in turn, compensates for the loss of these trace elements (enzymes). And this fact is confirmed by this therapy.
In Ayurveda, where the urine is mentioned constantly, this word should be understood as cow urine. And the statements of the Vedas confirm this. The cow is our mother, and we are her children. Thus, cow urine brings good. Cows occupy a symbolic position in relation to a person.
It is said: “Jah ghar tulsi aur gaya ta ghar vaidya kabhi on aye.” This aphorism has the following meaning: ” In the house in which there is a tree of tulasi and a cow, a doctor never comes .”
“Mutroshu, gaumutram gunto Adhikam. Avishasat kathane, mutram gaumutramucchyate. ” The meaning is: “Always, when Ayurveda refers to urine, urine should be understood as cow urine . ”
According to information taken from the scriptures, Ganga lives in cow’s urine. Cow’s urine contains salts of copper and gold, which forms an elixir. Gold has the ability to heal diseases. Gold is able to withstand all kinds of poisons. It is for this reason that it is used in the form of jewelry in the nose, on the fingers, in the ears and as a dento-decorative material. And so, food, air and water enter the body through the mouth, eyes and nose, before touching the gold. This is effective even from the point of view of personal hygiene: a gold ring is put on the fingers of the left hand, and thus, during the washing of the anus, gold comes into contact with the body. There was also a tradition of eating with golden utensils.
There is such a Bengali proverb: “Joe khai gauchhoor chona tar dekh hoi sonnah.” The meaning is: “He who drinks cow urine, the color of his body becomes a golden shade and begins to shine . ”
Cow’s urine is the destroyer of suffering and disease. It purifies the body and mind. Thus, mental disorders go away. For all this is in the quality of goodness (sattva).
Cancer develops due to the presence of the virus in the venom. These toxins, leading to the occurrence of viral diseases such as cancer, are destroyed by regular use of cow urine. The cow’s urine has successfully proved itself as a destroyer of toxins. A lot of poisonous herbs, which are mentioned in Ayurvede, cleaned of their toxic properties by cow urine. The latter makes the mind happy and peaceful. Thus, the body retains its health. The body is not sick, but even if this happens, the disease is easily cured by cow urine.
The cow is the abode of the demigods. She is the personification of kamadhenu (fulfilling desires). It receives the favorable rays of all the heavenly constellations. Thus, it contains the influence of all the constellations. Wherever the cow is, there is the influence of all the heavenly constellations, the blessings of all the demigods. A cow is the only divine living being that has a suriyah ketu nadi (a channel connected to the sun) passing through her spine. That’s why cow’s milk, butter and ghee have a golden hue. Nadi Surya ketu, interacting with the sun’s rays, produces salt of gold in the blood of the cow. This salt is present in both cow’s milk and other liquid media of its body.
In cow’s urine is prana shakti (life force).
It is said: “Jivantu Awadghnayah ta Me vishsya souls.” Translation: “If you give a cow a lifetime without the fear of an abattoir, it will destroy the poison and toxins . ” According to Ayurveda, toxic materials are destroyed only with the help of cow’s urine.
If by accident any poisonous substance gets into the food of the cow, it concentrates it in its meat. The cow does not give the poison to get into the cow’s urine, manure, milk, or allocates it in very small quantities. Cow urine and manure eliminate toxins. Cow’s milk is an absolute antitoxicant. Cow’s urine is included in the “panchgavya”. It is said that panchgavya cures all diseases. Panchgavya consists of five products of the life of a cow: milk, yogurt, ghee, urine and manure.
“Yatvagasthi gatam papam dehe tishthi mamke.” Translation: “From the skin and to the bones, whatever my sins (illnesses) are, all of them are destroyed under the influence of panchagavya, just as fuel is destroyed by fire . ”
The qualities of cow urine are determined in Ayurveda. Description according to Ayurveda. Taste: bitter, hot (sharp as a chilli), sour and salty. Includes five tastes (races).
Qualities: pure, destroys toxins, bactericide, balances bile,
Strengthens brain efficiency. Even if you drink only the cow urine, she alone can destroy all the diseases.
All other qualities are described below. Effects: heals all bodily and mental illnesses. This is the divine drink of the yogis, which provides them with divine power. In the cow’s urine, the Ganges always lives. Cow’s urine is the destroyer of all sins (diseases).
Even scientific studies conducted in America have proved that the stomach of a cow constantly contains vitamin B.
The cow’s urine is in goodness. It brings goodness into our frame of mind. If you take cow urine regularly for 6 months, the nature of the person becomes blissful. Cow’s urine destroys the qualities of passion and ignorance. It removes toxins from the entire body through urine, sweat and feces.
Cow’s urine is also a destroyer of diseases associated with the mind. In Aiurveda it is said: “Gavyam pavitram cha rasayanam caa pathyam ca chryyam balam Buddhi syata Aayur pradam rak vikar hari tridosh hrdrog vishapam syata.” Translation: “Cow’s urine is a great elixir, it is pleasant to the heart, it gives strength to mind and body, it gives longevity. Eliminates all disorders associated with blood circulation. Balances bile, slime and air. He cures heart disease and eliminates the effects of poisons. ”
The following qualities are described in the sushrut sankhita sutra, chapter 45, verses 217, 220, 221:”Bovine urine bitter, charaka, kashaila, acute, hot, easily digestible, strengthens the brain, cures cough. Eliminates colic, stomach pain, constipation, ekzemu, scabies pain, oral diseases. Eliminates the diseases of Vitiligo, Leucoderma, leprosy (leprosy). Heals eye diseases. Treats Amoebioses, dysentery, diarrhea (diarrhea), all problems associated with gases, cough, tumors, stomach diseases; is anabiotic. Completely cures jaundice, dilated selizenki, eye diseases, asthma, constipation, anemia. ”
Bhav Misra describes the following qualities in Bhav prakash sangrah, purvakkhanda, chapter 19, verses 1-6 . Bhavprakash is a very popular book among the texts of Ayurveda. It is here that the following qualities of cow urine are described:
“Charaka, hot, sharp, salty, bitter, kshila, lavan anuras, causes appetite, promotes the growth of fine brain tissue, reduces mucus and air, increases bile. It treats stomach pain, gas problems, other stomach diseases, eczema, eye diseases, all diseases associated with the oral cavity. Heals leukoderma, Vitiligo and leprosy (leprosy). He coughs, dyspnea, jaundice, anemia, dysentery, joint pain; kills all harmful viruses and bacteria. Only by accepting a cow’s urine can all illnesses be cured. It is conducive to the liver, Tilly, eliminates tumors, inflammation, cures stomach diseases, constipation and hemorrhoids. If you put urine in your ear, it heals from ear diseases. Eliminates diseases of the urinary tract, excess toxins, muscle disorders and many other diseases. After all, cow urine alone can cure all diseases. ”
The description in other aiurvedic texts is as follows:
The title of the book is the following: Aryabhishak . “Vaidya (doctor) Aryans.” It was written in the Gurjar language. This is a wonderful collection. To date, the world has seen 15 editions, about 50,000 copies have been sold. Here in this book the qualities of urine are described thus:
“Cow urine – Tour, bitter, sharp, salty, hot, well digestible, causing appetite, laxative, increases bile, a little sweating, promotes excretion of feces, eradicates body defects. He coughs, leprosy, colic, stomach diseases, anemia, leukoderma, Vitiligo, pain, Arsh, eczema, asthma, removes toxins from the digestive tract; treats fever, constipation, inflammation, diseases of the mouth, skin diseases, women’s diseases, dysentery and mutra “.
Acharya Sri Vapalal bhai vaidya was a famous Indian botanist. About cow urine, he wrote in his book “Drava Hunn Shastra” the following:
“Cow’s urine is slightly sweet, removes defects, bactericide, eliminates scabies; very good for the treatment of stomach diseases. ”
Text in Farsi (Persian) Ajayabulmahalukat describes the treatment of various kinds of incurable diseases with the help of cow urine.
The cow is the mother of man
A person has seven mothers: a mother, the wife of a spiritual teacher, the wife of a priest, the wife of a king, a cow, a nurse or a mother, or land. [Srimad-Bhagavatam, 7.12.8]
The mother who gave birth to you is the first of five mothers with whom an Indian child meets, Deha-mata (mother giving life to her body). The second is Go-mata (a cow giving nutritious milk); the third is Bhu-mata (the land yielding the harvest to which the body feeds); the fourth – Desha-mata (homeland, giving protection, love, rights, the opportunity to serve her and manifest himself fully); and the fifth – Veda-mata (ancient precious heritage, Mother Veda), reveals the purpose and meaning of human life and leads step by step to the goal of self-realization …
Practically in any Vedic texts, no matter what tradition they belong to, you will find the statement that the cow is the mother of man. What is the reason for this? With the fact that of all animals only the cow gives, without demanding anything in return, the product in goodness (milk) for the sake of other creatures. This product of goodness contributes to the spiritual benefit. And therefore, the cow is equated with the mother. Moreover, the cow itself, the Vedas, is recognized as the only animal in goodness, already for the above reasons.
In the Dharma-sastras, even in the Ramayana and Mahabharata – you will find that the cow has always been treated like a mother.
Cow – the source of all requisites of sacrifices
… Parikshit saw … a cow, the source of all the requisites of sacrifice … [Srimad Bhagavatam 1.17. 3-4]
The cow is called the source of all sacrifices. Why is the cow the source of all the requisites? There are several reasons for this. First of all, by the fact that all the products of the cow, including even urine and manure, are in the mode of goodness. Being in the mode of goodness means that they bring good, contribute to spiritual growth and purification of the mind and mind of man. About cow products and their qualities, we’ll talk a little later, now we’ll just walk through the reason why the cow is the props.
1. The altar, the place where the sacrifice was performed (be it a temple, a certain room) – it was all washed with water and cow dung. Cow manure drives away all spirits (those who are disturbed by spirits recommend washing the floor, water with cow manure – add a pinch-two dried manure). Through such a bath, the place was considered clean and suitable for the performance of the sacrifice to God. In other words, the place is suitable for the presence of God and the demigods.
2.Cows of cow milk are abhisheks (ablutions). Shivaites pour milk on Shivalingam, Vaisnavas pour on the Feet of God, etc. During the fire sacrifice, the demigods are offered ghee (ghee). No fiery sacrifice without ghee is done.
3. Finally, the apogee is that during the sacrifice, the kings were distributed cows of brahmanas, brahmins, sannyasins, yogis, etc. Why it happened – see the next paragraph.
Milk is a food source for varnaprastha, sannyasin and yogi
After the person lived the life of the owner of the house, felt sadness and joy, learned the true significance of all this, at the age of 45 or 50 years he must retire to the forest, leaving the house he built and the place where he lived. If his wife is alive, he must obtain her consent and entrust care of her son or her parents, he can also take her with him and treat her like a sister, and he must immerse himself in brahmacharya. The diet is also changing a lot. He should eat roots and fruits and drink only milk.
Almost in all Vedic sources for the renunciant there are certain indications on nutrition. And almost in all Vedic sources it is said that it is fruits, roots and milk. Why is that? The fact is that milk is a product that is in absolute goodness and under any circumstances, used at the right time – a cleansing mind. In other words, a person is simply using milk – clears his mind.
This is one of the reasons why the kings during the sacrifice – they donated cows to brahmins and yogis. You can find this confirmation in the Bhagavad Gita, in the Srimad Bhagavatam, and almost in any stories about the settlements of the saints. Almost always, in the forest in the places where there lived sannyasins, yogis, brahmanas, etc. – a number of grazers grazed. And the brahmanas, yogis, sannyasis – ate their milk and used cow foods for their needs.
The position of the cow in society is a sign of its development
Without protecting cows, it is impossible to maintain a brahminical culture. [Srimad-Bhagavatam, 8.24.5]
What is brahminical culture? This culture is based on universal principles and on the principles indicated by the saints, the scriptures and the Avathars coming to earth. In other words, brahminical culture is a dharmic culture, i.e. dharma underlies coexistence.
The protection of a cow is not just a debt, it is considered a person’s spiritual duty. In other words, protecting a cow is a service to God, for God always comes to support dharma.
The Vedas say that the first signs of the degradation of society are:
1. Loss of understanding of the subtle nature of the body, and at the same time of the subtle nature of the products. (If there is no subtle body, then there is no conscience, no divine laws.) If there is no conscience, then the value of good qualities in a person is lost, and as a result, the understanding of nutrition is lost. , that meat is the most useful product.)
2.Theories and philosophies are being created that milk and dairy products are harmful to humans. (Nutrition is the first step on the spiritual path: in Kali-Yug, this stage is immediately matched by theory). Those. this theory suggests that milk is harmful to humans and in fact it is better not to use this product. This knowledge is vice versa. When a product in goodness is recognized as a product ignorant to man.
3. Cows begin to kill and exploit.
Accordingly, the absence of these signs means that society is in the mode of goodness (even in the mode of passion, cows are exploited, but not killed, only with the arrival of the mode of ignorance – cows are being killed).
The position of the cow in society is now underestimated.
Cow – embodies all desires
The Vedas contain stories about the cow of Nandini, which fulfills all desires.
How did the Vishwamitra Sage become the Rishi Gayatri Mantra?
As the King of Krsna, Viswamitra demanded the Divine Cow Nandini, which was owned by the sage Vasishta, but he refused to share Nandini. After all the efforts to get the Divine Cow failed, Vishwamitra abandoned his bad qualities of pride and arrogance, went into the woods for profound epitomy and then, after the epitomy was over, he returned and gave himself over with the greatest humility to the sage Vasishte. He made the Upasana of Gayatri as Veda Maat and was subsequently recognized by the Sage Vasishta as Brahma Rishi. Only after these events did Vishwamitra become Rishi Gayatri Mantra. Thanks to this incident, we learned that only when our mind is pure, free from pride and arrogance,
As the Divine Cow Nandini, owned by the Sage Vasishta, was able to produce and give all that she was prayed for?
Please look at the image of Nandini. You will find that Mahavishnu himself is in her womb. All Maha-Vyā’riti are in various parts of the body of Nandini. We will also find that even Gayatri (in all Her Glory and Majesty) is within the body of Nandin. That is why Nandini was mentioned as the Veda Maata (Mother of the Vedas).
Summarizing all of the above, we can say that all 33 crores of the Devatas of the entire universe are in Nandin. For this reason, Hindu families periodically perform a special Nandinini Puja.
Thus, Nandini is able to produce and give everything she is asked for.
The cow eats in the mode of goodness.
Of course, the modern world is harsh, but in the Vedas it is said that the cow even feeds in the mode of goodness: without tearing the grass from the root, but simply plucking it, so. saving the grass life.
Cow and soul
In the Vedas it is said that the soul of a cow in the next life receives a higher birth (however, the very birth of a cow is considered favorable for the soul – it is possible to accumulate benefits and develop good qualities of self-sacrifice)
The killing of the cow of the
Veda affirm that anyone who dares to raise his hand against the innocent and defenseless (women, old people, children, priests, cows) is worthy of the most severe punishment. The killing of a cow is equated with the most terrible sins – killing a mother, killing a brahmana, insulting a saint.
It’s also said that the one who kills the cow suffers as many lives as there are hairs on her body (in different sources, in different ways, somewhere it says that how many hairs on the body, somewhere it says that in many times more).
Given the fragile position of the cow in the Kali-Yuga and its importance in this century – it can be thought that a man who kills and eats a cow – you will not envy.
According to the Vedas, as far as the developed consciousness has a living being being killed and how much developed consciousness has a killing one, the punishment will be so severe. Considering that the cow is the only creature in goodness, and therefore the creature with the most developed consciousness (not a monkey, as modern scientists think).
Cow Products – Milk
Milk is a product of mother’s love for the child. In the Vedas, cow’s milk is recognized as the most nutritious and most useful for spiritual development.
In the Vedas it is said that the cow is lowered from the higher planets to the earth specifically so that the person has the opportunity to purify the mind with the help of its products. It is believed that the milk is not digested by the Sun, but by the Moon … therefore the best time for consuming milk is time after sunset and before sunrise.
Milk, indeed, is digested for a long time. But that’s the whole point. Thus. milk lies in the stomach and nourishes the mind with the goodness that the mind needs. Mind without goodness is not able to be healthy, neither spiritual, nor even sufficiently active (because it eventually becomes exhausted – if it does not get the power of the moon). In other words, milk is a conductor between man and the moon, bringing peace to the mind.
And it says that there is no other product – feeding the mind and mind of a person.
In Ayurveda – milk is used absolutely everywhere, in all its various forms – in a dried form, in a melted, in a folded, in a divided, evaporated.
In turn, it says that whatever you do with cow’s milk – it does not lose the qualities of goodness, tk. this is the subtle nature of milk – and not its gross. It’s like a soul that does not burn, it does not sink, it does not cut, it exists forever, never appears and does not disappear. Those. milk can be sterilized, paired, wrung out, cleaned, but if it is milk – it still has the same good qualities. Moreover, in the Vedas and in the lectures of Sai, it is repeatedly observed that, whatever you do with the cow, it continues to give this nutritious, blissful product.
In the afternoon, milk is not recommended, but even during the day it does not do much harm (although this already depends on the sensitivity of the person). The best time, of course, is evening, night and earlier morning.
Milk is used in the preparation of all food in the mode of goodness, including bread. Wherever it is added. In the Vedas, Ayurveda, Shastrah, even in Atma Vedanta, glory is given to milk, milk is used to explain the sacred truths, and even people who attain Atma-jnana or holiness are called Paramahamsa (“Hamsa” in Sanskrit – Swan) for quality , contributing to the separation of milk (truth) from non-truth (water). Milk and truth are two inseparable images and words that pass through virtually all scriptures and Vedic sources. So great is the significance of milk in human life and on the spiritual path.
Milk is an indicator of goodness.
It is said that according to a person’s relationship to milk and dairy products – you can determine whether he had a good life or bad past. If a person loves milk and dairy products since childhood, then he had a good birth. If you do not like milk since childhood – it means bad. In the same place in the Vedas it is said that a person who does not like milk since childhood – it is necessary to use this milk as a medicine, first in scanty doses – then increasing the dose until he begins to treat milk and dairy products calmly and consume him.
Cow’s products are dairy
products. Such products as cheese, butter, kefir, fermented baked milk, buttermilk – are all considered useful, nutritious, in the mode of goodness and good. In Ayurveda, dairy products are used even in the treatment of diseases such as AIDS, cancer and others. It is believed that ghee and butter – raise a person, increase enthusiasm (a person without enthusiasm is not able to engage in spiritual practices), nourish the mind, enhance the ability to distinguish a person.
With the proper use of dairy products – a person is able to eat and develop in the mode of goodness.
The Vedas claim that some (!) And only some cow foods are enough for a person to exist in life. And if you pay attention to how the shepherds lived, and the village in which Krishna lived and what they did, you will notice that in fact they lived and ate only dairy products.
For any yoga – the use of milk is recommended. For people practicing pranayama-yoga – it is recommended to use dairy products in the first place – tk. they purify the prana and give power to prana.
Cow’s products – manure and urine
We have already said that manure is in the mode of goodness. Someone may get the idea that manure smells known than. In fact, if the manure is dried, then it does not smell anything. But the normal and fresh manure, provided that the cow was eating normally – so almost nothing smells.
This cow dung is used in different ways.
Dry manure is used in all Vedic medicines, in the modes of goodness.
Cow dung cools the body. Cow manure cleanses the subtle body and the subtle nature of the surrounding things (see the cow – the source of all the requisites of sacrifice).
People suffering from spirits, mentally unhealthy – are treated with bindings (to the wrists and legs) from dried cow dung mixed with a small amount of ghee.
Again, if you are troubled by “evil spirit” – wash the place with cow manure – no one will bother you.
Note that yogis rub cow dung in the head and hair (it’s not just for the sake of fashion and twisting hair into the tubes – behind this there is a spiritual reason). Cow manure directly in the living form (pay attention only to the fact that flies there are not wound up) are used for critical situations. He is rubbed into the wrists and shins on his legs – during sunstroke, severe blood-edema, bleeding, in almost any critical situation – cow dung saves. But be careful – cow dung strongly cools the body.
The Vedas claim that cow dung is in the mode of goodness. Also in the mode of goodness is the cow urine.
In the Ayurvedic literature, urine therapy is also described. But it is said that only cow’s urine is in the mode of goodness. No other urine is in this mode (human including, it is in the mode of ignorance).
Milk and spiritual practice
There is a so-called milk station. When a person fasts on milk for 5 days. Fasting corresponds to all Vedic principles.
Cow, Milk and God
Here you can give many examples. Krsna’s love for milk, butter and cows. Love cows for milk.
Since ancient times, we had a holy rule to call Krishna – Gopala. “Go” in the word “gopala” we understand as a “cow”. In historical times, everything that brought prosperity and happiness, was considered as “go.” In those early days Krishna spread the idea that the welfare of the world is brought by a cow. Man today is ignorant and incapable of understanding what is genuine wealth, bringing prosperity to mankind. He is in a miserable position, thinking that the wealth is made up of paper bills. Krsna rejected these stupid ideas. A simple paper with the image of banknotes is not wealth. Krishna considered wealth a cow giving milk, and this wealth he divided between people. From the cow we not only get milk, cheese, butter, yogurt and other food products, but from it bulls are born, which we use in agriculture. From the cow and bull we get the necessary food.
Protection of cows by holy kings.
Earth, takes the form of a cow, when incarnated on earth.
The milk ocean, which the demigods received churning amrites. Vishnu, reclining with Ananta-Shesha on the milk ocean.
From vedic reference
In a calm voice a Cow named Nandini says to King Dilip ( coming in Dynasty of King Raghu ):
na kevalam payasa prasutim
ve hi man kam dugham prasannam
Translation: Whenever I am pleased and happy. Do not consider me to be just milk supplier
Cow is abode of gods. She is Kamdhenu (desire fulfiller) personified. All the demigods reside in the body of a Cow. She is the receiver of the auspicious rays from all heavenly constellations. Thus it contains influences of all constellations. Wherever there is a cow, there is the influence of all heavenly constellations, blessings of all gods are there. Cow is the only divine living being that has a surya ketu nadi (vein connected to sun) passing through her backbone. Therefore the cow’s milk, butter and ghee has golden hue. This is because Surya ketu Vein, on interaction with solar rays, produces gold salts in her blood. These salts are present in the cow’s milk and cow’s other bodily fluids, which miraculously cures many diseases.
matrah sarva bhutanam
gavah sarv sukh prada
Meaning: The cow is the mother of all living entities gives all pleasures to everyone.
If by chance, some poisonous or harmful material enters the flesh. She does not let it go into cow urine, cow dung or milk. These results have been compared with other milk and urine. Therefore, cow urine and dung is pure and removes toxins. Cow milk is definitely anti-toxin. Cow urine is included in “panchgavya”. ” Panchgavya ” is said to be a curer of all diseases. Panchagavya is made up of five cow products viz. milk, curd, ghee, urine and dung.
yatvagasthi gatam papam dehe tishthti mamke
prasnat panchgavyasya dahasagnirivendhnam
Meaning: From skin to bones, what ever sins (diseases) are in my body, are broken by panchagavya just as fire destroys fuel.
Ayurveda is the branch of Vedas, which deals with the holistic aspects of health by using various medicinal herbs. Health means physical, mental and spiritual well being too. In Ayurveda the importance of the cow and her products are described in great detail. Some are as follows.
In ayurveda it is said:
gavyam pavitram ca rasayanam ca pathyam ca hrdyam balam buddhi syata
aayuh pradam rakt vikar hari tridosh hridrog vishapaham syata
Meaning: Cow urine panchgavya is great elixir, proper diet, pleasing to heart, giver of mental and physical strength, enhances longevity. It balances bile, mucous and airs. Remover of heart diseases and effect of poison.
For thousands of years, people in India have used cow urine and cow dung for different purposes in their daily and ceremonial activities. Being highly recommended by the scriptures, it is considered holy and safe to use. AC Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada (Founder-Acharya of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness – ISKCON), mentioned several times in his lectures the importance and good things that can be acquired from using cow urine and cow dung. Similarly, it is always available anytime, anywhere.
For this matter, the ISKCON Bhaktivedanta Swami Goshala (or “the Goshala”) which is currently hosting more than 400 cows, is intended to produce its own kinds of cow urine and cow dung products. The ultimate desire is to glorify and to serve the cows (Go-Seva) and to please Lord Govinda, the tender of cows.
For many months, the research has been conducted on how to make the recipes based on scriptural information. Some of the inputs were also taken from the most reliable research papers. All recipes for the GOMATA products were selected carefully to make sure its contents, when combined with cow urine and cow dung, would not result in any negative reaction. Nevertheless, cow urine and cow dung are always pure, making the other contents purified.
Glorification and Benefits of Cow Urine
Amongst urines, cow urine is best. In Ayurveda, where ever urine is mentioned, it is to be understood as cow urine. Statements of scriptures confirm this. Cow is our mother and we are her children. Therefore, cow urine is beneficial.
1. Cow urine has amazing germicidal power to kill varieties of germs. All is lost.
2. According to Ayurveda, the cause of all diseases is the imbalance in three faults ( tri-dosas) ie mucous, bile and air. Cow urine balances the tri-dosas, thus diseases are cured.
3. Cow urine corrects. So, the liver makes healthy pure blood. It gives the disease resistance to the body.
4. There are some micronutrients in our body, which give life strength. These micronutrients are flushed out through urine. Therefore, gradually aging steps in our body. Cow urine has all elements, which compensate for the deficiency of nutrients in our body, which are required for healthy life. Thus, Cow urine stops aging process. So it is called an elixir and also life giving.
5. Cow urine contains many minerals especially Copper, gold salts, etc. It compensates for bodily mineral deficiency. Presence of gold.
6. Mental tension hurts nervous system. Cow urine is called medhya and hradya , which means it, gives strength to the brain and heart. Thus, cow urine protects heart and brain from damages caused by mental tension and protects.
7. Excessive use of any medicine. This residue causes diseases. Cow urine destroys the poisonous effects of residues.
8. Electric currents (rays) which are present in the environment keep our body healthy. These rays in form of very small currents enter our body through Copper in our body. We get Copper from the cow urine. To attract these electric waves is quality of Copper. Thus we become healthy.
9. By acting against the voice of the soul (immoral & sinful action), the heart and mind become narrow minded. Due to this the functioning of the body is effected and causes diseases. Cow urine provides mode of goodness. Thus, it helps us to perform correct activities by mind. Thus protects from diseases.
10. In scriptures some diseases are said to be due to sinful actions performed in previous lives. Ganga resides in cow urine. Ganga is destroyer of sins, thus, cow urine destroys such previous sins and so diseases are cured.
11. The ghosts in the body are cured by the intake of cow urine. The Master of ghosts is Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva holds Ganga on his head. Ganga is in the cow urine also. Thus by taking the cow urine, the ghosts get to see Ganga over their master’s head. So they are calmed and become peaceful. So they do not trouble the body. Thus, the diseases caused by the entrance of ghosts are also destroyed.
12. By regularly taking cow urine before sickness, we get so much immunity that any attack of diseases is repulsed.
13. Cow urine being miraculous poison destroyer, destroys the disease caused by poison (Toxin). Extremely dangerous chemicals are purified by cow urine. Cow urine provides immunity power. It is anti toxin.
14. ” Sarve rogaah hi mandagnau ” All diseases begin with mandagni (Low fire ie digestive capacity). If fire is strong, diseases will not occur. Cow urine keeps the fire strong.
1. Treatment of the products of the cow
2. Stories from life
3. About the cow’s cow
4. About the glory of the cow
5. About the benefits of ghee – melted butter
6. The history of the Vedic literature
7. Cow manure – the best cleanser
8. The sacred animal of India
Cow Products Treatment
All the products of the livelihood of a cow have a greater impact on a person. This influence, according to the Vedas, has many times the strength of the action of the milk of other animals, such as the goat, the buffalo, the horse, in its healing power. However, modern views of scientists on the benefits of cow’s milk are very different from the views of ancient Vedic knowledge. Based only on the study of the chemical structure of milk, modern science has made many hasty conclusions. For example, it is believed that goat’s milk is in many ways more useful than cow’s milk. In addition, the last twenty years in science there is a clear tendency to develop ideas for the complete rejection of dairy products considering them incompatible with health. At first, that cow’s milk is not digested, although it is for people many thousands of years is the main food. Then it turned out and kefir is also harmful. Now it suddenly became clear that butter is the main cause of atherosclerosis.
Any Ayurvedic physician (Ayurveda is the medical section of the Vedas) uses milk and cow products in almost half of Ayurvedic medicines. In India, there are many ayurvedic clinics, where dairy products are added to almost all medicines. If an ayurvedic doctor who has cured thousands of patients with the help of cow’s milk derivatives, will hear this idea about the dangers of milk, it will sound to him just as an anecdote.
After a practical study of the power of dairy products, I am also surprised: how is this modern science with its luminaries not able to unravel the secret of the healing power of milk and its derivatives? However, the fact remains: milk and dairy products suddenly became harmful to health in the eyes of many scientists. Obviously, Ayurveda’s experience in these conclusions was not taken into account at all. I think that before we make outstanding discoveries, we should first seriously study the experience of ancient scientists.
How can this be, are the whole groups of researchers on the wrong track? This became possible for the reason that we lost the ancient knowledge of the subtle body of man. It is on him, in the first place and has a beneficial effect of cow’s milk. Modern research, however, is building its own theory about the effect of milk exclusively on our gross body.
According to the knowledge of the Vedas, the use of milk lurks not in the chemical structure, but in its subtle nature or, as modern science says, in its psychic influence on man. I’m trying to seriously study Ayurvedic views about the effects of cow foods on humans. Nevertheless, it is difficult to explain their influence on humans, as Ayurveda and modern science speak different languages. Therefore, in order to talk about the benefits of cow products, it is necessary to overcome some educational program in the ancient knowledge of the structure of the subtle body of man. Thus, for starters, I would like to dwell briefly on the study of a thin body, and then go directly to dairy products.
Thin human body
According to human anatomy, we have different organs, nervous system, hormonal functions and so on. We studied all this at school and everything seems to be clear here. However, the study of a person’s mental functions caused questions that were not answered. Therefore, the modern explanation of the human psyche seemed somewhat vague to me. In these explanations, all mental functions are just combinations of nerve impulses.
Such views can at least somehow explain the activities of mental functions within the body, but their external activities can not be explained. Such phenomena as telepathy, telekinesis, levitation, etc. indicate that our mental functions have the ability to act at a great distance from the body and the nervous system in no way can be involved in all this.
In these questions, there are many conjectures made by all kinds of clairvoyants. While the “Vedas” five thousand years ago were extremely clear, detailed, with numerous examples, described the mental structure of man. The conclusion of the “Vedas” about our psyche is simple and ingenious – all mental functions are governed by the subtle body of man. So, according to the Vedas, in addition to a physical body consisting of coarse matter, there is also a subtle body consisting of fine matter.
Modern science in the last couple of centuries has made many interesting discoveries. Thus, quanta of light were discovered, various electric impulses that we do not see, but still most people are firmly convinced of their existence. For ordinary people this conviction is not based on scientific experiments, but on the practical application of knowledge in everyday life. For example, a laser beam is a living example of the existence of light quanta, subjugated by human thought and it is widely used in many areas of our activity.
There are many other invisible things that have become a reality for us. For example, we are already accustomed to the fact that there is an electric current in the socket. We do not see this current, but it can somehow betray itself, manifest itself. For example, if we take a spiral and heat it, it will turn red as a result of the impact of electrical impulses on it. So we can not see with our own eyes, there is an electric current there or not, but if the spiral turns red, then it is there.
Similarly, we have a subtle body. The subtle body has an invisible nature, and we can not see the subtle body of another person, but we perceive its manifestations every minute and every second. This can be understood through changes in your mental state. So just looking at another person can cause such strong emotions as anger, love, envy, disgust and such strong reactions can last several days.
All this indicates that between people who look at each other and then remember each other, there is some invisible connection. The “Vedas” very thoroughly analyze the mechanism of the invisible psychic connection between people, as well as between other living beings. Let’s get acquainted with this interesting teaching about the structure of the subtle body of man.
The first acquaintance with Prana – the life energy of a person
According to the Vedas, we have a subtle body of prana. The thin body of prana consists of energy moving within our body. This energy and our life force of man are one thing. Each fraction of a second prana moves both inside the body and outside it. Every second our body exchanges prana with the environment.
Although this energy is not visible, but we perfectly feel its presence inside the body. We say: “I feel cheerful today.” “Today I feel good, joyful” – that means, the movement of vitality in the body is harmonious, well-adjusted. We say that I’m fresh, cool – it means that the vital energy actively exchanges with the environment. When we run, frolic, laugh, have efficiency, health, strength – all this characterizes the active movement of vital energy in the body. On the other hand, lethargy, drowsiness, decreased mood indicates a decreased activity of the person’s vital energy. So, in Vedic knowledge, the movement of this subtle energy is called the movement of prana.
The Vedas believe that prana is a special subtle component of the structure of our body. Vedic knowledge often calls it the subtle body of prana. In the structure of our body, this ancient knowledge describes even more thin shells besides prana. In other words, a person as a doll is outside a gross anatomical structure, but in its structure there are other shells of our structure that are invisible to the eye. All of them are called “Vedas” a thin human body.
In order to better understand this, let us compare the activity of a thin body with the sugar dissolved in water. We do not see this dissolved sugar, but who dares to say that it is not there? Sugar in water can be quickly determined to taste, but how to determine the presence of a thin body in rough?
The thin body dissolves in rough like sugar in water, so it is not visible. What are the small parts of a thin body? According to the description of the Vedas, these particles filling the subtle body of man are so small that even electrons and all other known smallest elements do not go with them in any comparison. For example, according to the Vedas, the speed of human thought is much higher than the speed of electromagnetic waves. This has been repeatedly confirmed by all sorts of experiments with those people who, somewhat more than everyone else, have mastered the possibilities of the human mind.
So prana is a vital energy, and when it is fresh and good it means that the prana in our body is moving correctly and carries this health and happiness. In a mountainous area, where there is a lot of fresh air, there is a lot of prana, in the forest, there is also a lot of prana. Intuitively understanding this, we go to the forest and fill the body with life force.
The movement of prana in the human body
Now let’s talk more about the activities of prana inside the body. The human body with all its tissues lives by the active functioning of the nervous system. The nervous system is in turn supported by the vital energy of the moving within us, which, as already mentioned, is also called the body of prana. In another way, we can say that there is such a force that activates the nerve fibers. Not having sufficient knowledge and experience in this matter, we often confuse prana with electrical impulses or some electromagnetic waves.
Indeed, the movement of prana in our body is very similar to the movement of electricity in the nerve tissues. However, if a person has elementary logic, he should ask himself the question: the nervous system activates the heart, the brain and lungs, this in turn supports life in the body. It’s all clear, but what activates the activity of the nervous system? The modern science can not answer this question intelligibly. Ayurveda also says directly that the nervous system can never work without the presence of prana. Prana has a much more subtle nature than electricity and electromagnetic waves. It is prana that induces nerve tissue to action.
Why does one person have a nervous system functioning normally, while another has a much weaker one? The possibilities of the nervous system depend on the amount of prana consumed by the nerve cells. Prana also enters the human body during inspiration. Just as oxygen during inspiration falls into the lungs, and then into the blood, prana through the seven psychic centers (chakras) enters our body. It enters the body in parallel to the air during the act of inspiration.
Some scientists invent devices based on a thin wave effect on the body and say that they measure, therefore, the human biofield. It seems that this has nothing to do with the human biofield. It turns out that our vital energy or, in other words, the biofield is thinner than electromagnetic waves. Think, how can we measure the microbe with a centimeter ruler in this case?
Let us at least assume that we breathe into our psychic centers not prana, but electromagnetic waves. Imagine how hard it would be to live with such an active use of electromagnetic waves in industry. If our life really depended on electromagnetic waves, then any radio station could destroy all its employees from the very beginning of its work. In fact, our biofield is prana, or, in other words, our life force. However, to date, we can not measure it, since we do not have devices based on the motion of the vital air (do not confuse with the movement of atmospheric air).
Nevertheless, we can still somehow judge the presence of prana in the body. Prana, acting on nervous tissues, gives itself out through the emergence of electromagnetic waves that appear during the work of the nervous system. When a person dies, prana no longer enters the dead body, and nerve impulses are not produced. So we can indirectly judge whether a person is alive or not.
However, with such an approach, an error may occur, since the prana interacts not only with the nervous system, but also with the mind, and also the mind of the person. If the prana continues to feed the mind and the mind, but its interaction with the nervous system is minimal, the person does not die at the same time, but falls into a lethargic dream and it is sometimes impossible to measure with any instruments.
Ayurvedic doctors, knowing the features of the functioning of prana in the body, use a good way of diagnosing the life force (prana). They usually lift eyelids from a person who is unconscious, and, looking into his eyes, determine whether there is a life shine in them. If the eyes are dull and cold, then the prana left the body, and with it life went away. If any shine in the eyes is still present, then we must assume that the person still lives on. Thus, knowledge of the subtle structure of a person helps to easily understand many complex issues of medicine, as well as understand how to become healthy and happy in our daily lives.
The primary element of air that enters our body and thus gives us life energy is called the body of prana. This is the grossest of all the thin shells of our body. The body of prana in the Vedas is called pranomaya. Prana translates as energy, and maya as that which covers. Human consciousness, interacting with prana, gives us a sense of vivacity, strength and ability to actively manage our body. Thus, the word pranomaya also means such an orientation of our consciousness, in which, in our understanding of happiness, we focus on the activities of prana connected with bodily functions. For example, many people are inclined, many run, jump, engage in various sports, experiencing great satisfaction.
The same happens in animals. However, for them the joy of movement and some emotionality is, in fact, the maximum manifestation of consciousness. Thus, pranomaya is the maximum level of consciousness for animals. People are not only able to experience the joy of movement, but also consciously control the prana. This management of vital energy makes it possible to control the entire activity of the body. However, the “Vedas” recommend to direct their consciousness to higher spheres of mind and reason, which will be discussed later.
Prana energizes all of our existence. It always remains active, as long as we need its function of sustaining life. Even in a state of sleep, the prana continues to function, despite the cessation of the activity of the senses, whose activity, by the way, also depends on the movement of prana. If we meet all the requirements of a civilized life, the prana circulates very harmoniously in the body and supports life and health in it.
In our body, there can not be any activity, and no movement without the presence of prana. For example, prana is responsible for our breathing, palpitation, hunger and thirst, for the movement of blood in the body, and even for the connection of the sperm with the egg. When lifting a heavy load or performing hard work, we receive from the outside the additional energy of prana, while breathing becomes faster. High and low blood pressure is associated with acceleration and deceleration of prana movement.
There are numerous diseases in the human body associated with the wrong movement of prana in our body. Such diseases as intestinal colic, diarrhea, any spasmodic pains, joint pains, migraines, convulsions – all of them are associated with a violation of prana movement in the body. In Srimad Bhagavatam, 3.26.37, the main functions of prana are listed:
Air (meaning vital air) is responsible for the movement, mixing and normal functioning of all senses, it also provides an opportunity to approach the objects of sound and transfer other objects of the senses (enables them move).
Feelings, mind, mind can not be active without using during their activity, the energy of prana. Without prana, we can not hear, touch, see, perceive, taste, smell. It is interesting that prana is also responsible for the very process of breathing and for the activity of the nervous system. All the activities that exist in our body, in any part of it, are performed by prana. Depending on the needs of this or that kind of tissue, it acts differently in different parts of the body. So in our body prana is divided into 10 kinds of vital energy. This is vyana – it activates the activity of the vascular and nervous system of the body, apana – it takes away the slag from us. Thus prana has a very important role in the life of our body.
As already mentioned, pranomaya, the concentration of consciousness on prana, is strongly developed in animals, almost as much as in humans. Thus, in this process between us and our smaller brothers there is no significant difference. An animal runs or wags its tail and a person can run, jump, joke, “wag the tail” before someone and express joy. If he is happy, he laughs. The dog does not laugh, but rejoices like a dog. At the level of pranomay, both animals and man behave roughly the same, unless, of course, a person begins to make attempts to control the movement of prana.
The prana supports life activity in its body by acting on electrical impulses. The energy of the subtle body of prana also feeds hormonal and many other functions of human life.
Prana and breathing
Prana is a force that we absorb into ourselves when breathing. When a person inhales, then seven biological centers or chakras actively participate in the process of energy exchange with the environment. All of them are located vertically in a straight line, and are located in the crown of the head, in the center of the forehead, the throat area, the heart region, the solar plexus area, the groin area and the coccyx region. Life air is not what we breathe, it has such a subtle nature that even in a full vacuum its concentration does not change.
A person can perfectly feel what prana is, although it will be difficult to measure it. If you stand where there are many prana, for example, in the mountains, and breathe in air, then everyone will notice that there is freshness in the forehead, easiness in the vertex and the larynx. Everybody likes this condition. If you eat moderately (do not overeat) then during inspiration you can feel the freshness in the solar plexus, groin and coccyx. Freshness in the chakras suggests that prana is actively moving in these zones.
Together with the inhalation, the vital air enters the body and its further distribution. Some chakras can participate more actively in this process, others weaker – it depends on our health, mental activity and individual characteristics. There are channels, nadia, which are thinner than the channels used in acupuncture. Nadia is the energy channels that distribute the vital air throughout the body. Those channels used for acupuncture are affected by electrical impulses, while nadium is not affected by external electromagnetic waves. They deliver prana to nervous tissues, encouraging them to work.
When we exhale, the life air partially comes out of our body, but for our consciousness it remains invisible. A sufficiently large volume of prana constantly circulates in the body, while life is maintained in it. It is curious to know that breathing can be carried out even in an airless environment, i.e. The input of prana is possible without the usual respiratory movement by the lungs. This can not be done without special training and only trained people can do it.
Since ancient times, there are schools of human psychic training. So, for example, in the Vedic culture from ancient times, people practice by the system of eight-step yoga. One of the steps is called pranayama. The pit from Sanskrit translates as an exercise, and prana is the life air. That is, they exercise in control of the movement of prana. Thus, when practicing pranayama, a person can give an opportunity to function to his body, nervous system, not breathing through his nose. And as a result of training, such a trained yogi is able to live without ordinary breathing for up to forty days.
Numerous experiments were conducted with yogis showing their unusual abilities to live without air. Experiments are widely known when yoga is immured without air access or put in a bag and dipped in water, and it can stay there for a long time (up to forty days) without the ability to breathe in the usual way. These cases confirm that a person is able to breathe for a time without access to oxygen. Thus, oxygen for a while can cease to be the most important necessity in maintaining life in the body.
However, such achievements are not the ultimate goal of the eight-step yoga. Its main goal is to enable a person to attain perfection and understand his spiritual nature (we will touch upon this issue a little later).
The center of a person’s vital energy is in the heart region and from here the prana is distributed throughout the body, performing various functions. The distribution of vital air throughout the body begins in the heart area. At the time of death, when, in accordance with the destiny of man, the body is not needed, the active distribution of vital air stops and, losing energy, the body is no longer able to function. The vital air, however, continues to circulate in the subtle body. The soul leaves a gross but not subtle body that does not die and, accordingly, the life air circulates constantly in it. The soul, along with a subtle body, enters the sperm of the future father and then into the egg of the future mother. All this is done by the force of the motion of the vital air. Without prana, neither a gross body nor a subtle body can function.
Thin body of mind
There is also a subtle body of mind. We do not know what the mind is. We often call a person clever at first, then, after a while, cursing at him and starting to be considered stupid. In one second, changing his mind about a man, we do not understand that the human psyche can not change in one second, just as it is impossible to change the structure of one’s body in one second. In fact, the subtle body (the human mind) is also a body. The mind is a very real thing, and it consists of character. Just as the subtle body of prana is composed of energy, the subtle body of the mind consists of character. We know that in everything there is not only the manifestations of movement, but also the character of the movement.
For example, each car moves in its own way, with its own character. One car moves smoothly, the other abruptly. This is also a manifestation of different characters. The speed of the motion is the same, but the nature of the motion for all cars is different. Also, a person has a character. Each of us has an absolutely individual character. We say: “good character”, “bad character”.
Scientists say that character is just a combination of nerve impulses, but in fact, everything is not so simple. If everything depended on the combination of nerve impulses, how could we then see whether a good person or a bad person is just looking at him. And here is a combination of nerve impulses? Looking at a person, we are in contact with him? Yes, we contact. And how? We contact our subtle body with its subtle body, because the subtle body, unlike the gross body, does not close within us, it comes out. And the subtle body of the mind, which consists of character, has feelings through which it feels like the surrounding world, the feelings give us the opportunity to react with the surrounding world, and the “Vedas”
In other words, everything that happens to us – occurs in the subtle body of the mind. With the help of the senses we interact with the surrounding world. Feelings are the tentacles of the subtle body of the mind, they can spread to any distance. We can verify this with very simple experiments.
For example, the sense of vision extends not only to the inside. As scientists say, we see light, because it is reflected on our retina. But, the Vedas claim that a certain amount of energy comes out of the eyes. This can be checked. If we look to someone in the back of the head, a person can react, he will feel the heat. A simpler example, when you are eating in a car and looking at a person, he looks around and looks directly into your eyes. This phenomenon is easily explained by the Vedas, where it is said that the eyes contain a subtle fiery power. The subtle body of the mind through the eyes as it touches another person. And he can even turn away with displeasure.
The sense of hearing can also affect the surrounding objects, but already with the help of ether energy. What is the ether in general is not clear. We know what airless space is. “The Vedas” say that the ether is the power by which sound passes. We do not understand this. We say: sound waves. But, in fact, where there is no movement, no particles, sound waves still exist. These waves have a very subtle nature. They pass through the ground unimpeded. Atomic particles existing in our atmosphere are simply excited by these waves. In the “Vedas” it is believed that sound has almost the most subtle nature. Therefore, sound contacts not only with the subtle body of the mind,
So, the sound also spreads outward, and some people can tune in like a locator to some point and selectively perceive the sound coming from it. There are people who can hear the conversation of other people at a great distance, even at a distance of many kilometers. This ability can also be obtained through the practice of eight-step yoga.
For example, the ability to hear sounds at a great distance is described in Raja Yoga. This is how the subtle body operates, for it there are no obstacles. Thin mind bodies of two people can connect at great distances. Such functions of the mind subconsciously work for each of us. For example, it’s enough to remember a person, and we immediately directly contact him.
There are methods of treatment and diagnostics at a distance. I myself use this technique. Diagnosis of diseases by voice or photo would be impossible, if there was no subtle interaction between people. You can determine whether a person is sick, alive or dead. It’s all easy to do, if you understand that the pictures reflect a thin human body. The person is connected with everything, with what he contacted through his subtle body. Thus, the subtle body of the mind exists, and depending on the compatibility of the thin body of the mind of two people, they will have a certain relationship built.
Subtle body of mind
There is also a subtle body of mind. The subtle power of the mind is the force that makes us live and think in a certain way. It is the mind that creates in our head concepts, it is the controlling mechanism of our life. If a person has a purpose in life, he is in the mind. We want to live happily, we have certain inclinations, habits – all this comes from the mind, where our views on life are embodied.
The mind also has a subtle structure, but unlike the subtle body of the mind, it is connected to the outside world through a force called knowledge. Every person lives with a certain amount of knowledge. This knowledge impels the mind to action. We act through the mind, but guide the entire body of the mind. In intelligent people, all actions are performed under the strict guidance of the mind. Such people never go after their habits and desires. Their motto: I will do what is needed, not what I want. Unreasonable actions are governed by the mind: whatever I want, I will do.
In stupid people, the mind is guided by feelings. If a person goes to the bottom of his feelings and does not ask himself whether it’s good or bad, he usually easily degrades and becomes a drunkard, a drug addict or he has some other bad habits. He does not ask himself whether it’s good or bad, he just does what he likes. About such people say that they are unreasonable, because the mind does not direct their activities. The activity of each person should be guided by the mind, not by the mind or senses.
The false ego
So, we have a subtle body of prana, a subtle body of mind, a subtle body of mind, we have a gross body. In addition, we have another ego or
self . Selfishness is a false and true thing. A false ego is a force that contains the selfish desires of man. False selfishness manifests itself in us from the very moment of birth. We know that the child wants to grab everything, everything to himself. If he is given something, he will grab. If he takes anything, he will cry. Egoism means that a person appropriates everything, that is, he links everything with himself. The human egoism spreads very deeply, down to reason. For example, we think our city is often better than the other. This is also selfishness.
There is also a true ego. According to the Vedas, true egoism means living for others, doing everything without proprietary motives, that is, not wanting anything, serving others around and God. This is true selfishness. It manifests itself only in a state where we have developed in ourselves good qualities of character. The Vedas say that in this case we are in pure consciousness. By the way, without developing love for God, this state can not be achieved. In other words, having true selfishness, a person becomes disinterested and spontaneously wants to do something useful, he naturally lives for the good of all according to divine laws. Only if he does so, then he considers himself a worthy person and his selfishness is completely satisfied. Now it is rare.
We very often emphasize what is connected with us. What is connected with me personally, I accentuate more than if it concerned someone else. Often this happens subconsciously. If, for example, someone complains about their problems, often we are not worried about it as much as our own. I always say something very important to myself, but when others say such things, you do not always want to listen – it works false selfishness.
Also, the power of false egoism depends on the perception of pain. If, for example, a person is very offended, he feels pain, he cries, he is hurt in the mind, then the energy of the false ego at this time affects the mind.
Let’s say two children are played in cars. One plays with his, and the other – with a stranger. If a child breaks someone else’s machine – he is not attached to her with his egoism and therefore is not much upset. If he breaks his, or someone breaks his typewriter, then the child begins to cry. This means that the false ego also has a subtle nature, it comes into contact with the toy, unexpectedly after its breakdown there is pain in the mind, and therefore the child cries with pain.
The mind controls everything, it is higher than the mind, the senses, the prana and the body. The power of the mind with which he controls all life is knowledge. According to all religious knowledge, including the Vedic, we are all souls living in material bodies (just like a driver sitting in a car). I am a small spiritual particle that gives strength to the whole body.
The soul is in the heart, but not in the physical sense of the word. It is in a suspended state and is held by the movement of prana – the movement of vital energy or as the vital air in the heart area says. Therefore, if a person puts an artificial heart, then if he survives, then the soul continues to be in the same place as before (in the heart region). The soul has consciousness, and through the power of consciousness it permeates all gross and subtle bodies, controls the whole body. It is above reason and controls it.
When the soul leaves the body, the body can no longer live, it rot and becomes useless to nobody. The soul in the meantime falls into the seed of the future father, since it is very small and for her it is not difficult to do. The power of a similar destiny attracts the soul along with a subtle body (which does not die) to quite certain parents. With the seed of the future father, she falls into the egg of the future mother and forces her consciousness to form a new body. The subtle body does not die, it goes away with the soul, so the soul builds the body in accordance with its subtle body. The subtle body controls all the processes in the body, including functions of growth, development of the body, it understands very well what a new body should be.
Thus, we are of a spiritual nature. This means that our relationship with a loved one depends not on what color we will paint the lips, but on how much we are compatible with each other in accordance with their delicate body. A big, even the main role is still played by our personal desire to act correctly.
However, if a person has learned practically Vedic laws and understands himself very deeply as a soul, then he generally does not have any problems in compatibility with other people. He will live happily, because such awareness means that the false ego ceases to function. On the other hand, the true ego of such enlightened people always acts for the benefit of others out of love and compassion. As a result, there is no need to enter into conflict with anyone without need.
The soul is eternal by its nature, it is the possessor of knowledge and happiness, but this is fully manifested only when we are freed from the influence on the mind of false selfishness. We all understand that we want to live forever – this is a manifestation of the eternity of the soul. Everyone wants to live forever. We can hardly imagine what death is. Even if I think deeply about this issue, it is still difficult to imagine that I will die, and I will never be.
We all want to be happy, each in his own way, but everyone wants happiness. And everyone wants knowledge. We study everything, each in its own way, and each at its level of understanding of things. This is how the power of the mind of a person is filled with some kind of knowledge.
All people (as well as all other living beings) have three aspects of the soul’s activity: we strive for eternity, knowledge and happiness. These are the three main signs of the presence of the soul. According to the “Vedas” we are born and die infinitely many lives and, in accordance with the actions that we do, our destiny is formed. “The Vedas” say that everything happens naturally: what you sow, you will reap. That is, a person can not irresponsibly evade an act, he will have to answer for him once. Also all our desires come true. Our desires are summed up with the fruits of actions, and fate is obtained.
Thus, we live in this world many, many lives, and a chain of events has already been formed that has not yet occurred. In other words, we have done some actions, and we will have to live in a certain way in a certain environment in accordance with these actions. So a person is born naturally at a specific point in space and time.
We have already gone far enough from the main topic of our conversation. However, it is impossible to understand the wonderful properties of dairy products without knowing the existence of a thin body. Therefore, after completing the educational program on the structure of the delicate body of man, now we return to the topic of dairy products.
Wonderful properties of milk and dairy products
Milk, first of all, in an unusual way affects the subtle body of the human mind. If you drink 150ml of warmed cow’s milk before going to bed, then this delicate body of mind is cleared and strengthened. But many people do not drink milk and have a strong mind, is it really impossible to be sensible without milk? Milk is not the only way to get the mind. However, a reasonable person will not ever refuse to do something that will further strengthen his mind.
There are many erudite people and very few people know about such a rare property of cow’s milk. “Maybe then we can do without it,” some scholars believe. Ayurveda tells them that the presence of a great erudition speaks only of the power of the mind, but far from the power of reason. An unreasonable person can have a very strong and erudite mind. He can reflect a lot, prove his every possible conjecture and hypothesis. However, on the intelligence indicates an internal opportunity to correct the shortcomings of its nature. Often a person can talk a lot, but really correct the shortcomings of his character, there is neither the strength nor the desire. The mind is many, but the mind is not enough.
Reason is manifested somewhat differently. If there is much intelligence, then a person is very interested in how to improve one’s life. Therefore, knowledge of the value of milk and dairy products does not prevent it. The views of a reasonable person are based on true knowledge, and not on conjectures. He is looking for the true (practical, realistic to happiness) knowledge and sooner or later finds it. Only such a life full of aspirations for perfection can bring happiness.
A clear sign of the strengthening of the mind is the appearance in the character of the desire for perfection, purposefulness, belief in happiness, concentration on the most important. With prolonged use of cow’s milk in the evening, you will notice in its nature the appearance of all these signs.
However, only from drinking milk you will not become happy. “Vedas” for gaining happiness give a simple and effective recipe. To do this, you need to communicate with holy people, follow their instructions, drink milk, study the scriptures and chant the Holy Names of God. This recipe is so simple that for abstruse people it is not available. They think that everything is much more difficult and to find happiness, one must learn a lot of different sources of knowledge, compare them with each other, talk about them and put forward more and more new ideas.
But in fact, in order to gain happiness, one simply needs to establish contact with the source of happiness. Just like water wets everything that comes into contact with it, so holy people make everyone who communicates with them happy. Saints quickly give to feel and understand what happiness is. Milk also increases the strength of mind necessary for the movement to happiness. The scriptures purify the mind of selfishness and give knowledge of how to find happiness. Holy Names of God are taught to constantly communicate with happiness. Thus, the recipe of the Vedas, despite its simplicity, is very full and self-sufficient, it does not need any novelty.
How does this effect of increasing the strength of mind manifest with prolonged use of fresh cow’s milk? Let’s try to analyze this issue in more detail.
• With long-term use of cow’s milk and proper observance of the regime of the day, some optimism appears after a while. Gradually, despite the fact that life has not changed outwardly, there is the ability to react more calmly to problems and misunderstandings.
• Then confidence in the forces starts to grow and the ability to intuitively determine: what it is worth in life to do and what is not worth; which leads to happiness, and that leads to suffering.
• As a result, a person begins to better understand all sorts of difficult situations, it becomes easier for him to make the right decision, get rid of bad habits. So simple drinking milk can be a great help in achieving a more happy life.
Communication of cow’s milk and human health is very simple. Our body is controlled by the mind. The mind is getting stronger from regular drinking of milk. If the mind becomes strong, then the organism takes the path of self-healing and there is an exit for overcoming both physical and mental difficulties. Thus, Ayurveda asserts that when a person drinks milk, a whole series of illnesses passes, active longevity increases, memory improves, etc.
Fresh cow milk is the catalyst for the treatment of almost all diseases. For this reason, most Ayurvedic physicians recommend that the amount of milk prescribed by their constitution before bedtime is recommended. But why not all those who drink milk are cured? To some, it even hurt. What is the problem? The problem is the lack of knowledge of how to use it correctly. Ayurveda as well as modern scientists believe that milk is poorly digested. But in this, strangely enough, the advantage of cow’s milk is hidden, and not its lack.
The solution of these contradictions lies in the time of taking cow’s milk for food. An adult can drink milk only late at night (after sunset) or early in the morning (before sunrise). The rest of the time it interferes with digestion and sometimes even harmful to health. But, most people try to drink milk at daylight and this is their fault. Incidentally, it seems that our scientists also studied the effect of milk on the human body, too, at daylight. However, all such studies can not provide reliable information about the curative strength of cow’s milk. The pronounced therapeutic effect of cow’s milk will become noticeable only when it is used in the dark. Is not it, all this is somehow strange and mysterious.
Most products are digested in our body with the participation of the subtle fire energy of the Sun, called tejas. It turns out that the strength of our digestion depends on the location of the sun on the horizon. For this reason, at night there is usually no such strong appetite as during the day. When the sun is at its zenith, in most countries of the world, at this time the workers have a lunch break. If a person had lunch at 12 days, when the Sun is at the zenith, then he will have the maximum digestion.
Tejas is the ability to use fire energy to increase life. A person who has a lot of tejas can, during the day, make as much as possible quickly and clearly much useful. Nevertheless, tejas energy is always directed towards the expenditure of both psychic and physical energy. Therefore on one tejas far you will not leave, it is necessary also updating of forces.
To replenish vital energy, rest is necessary, for which the dark time of the day is intended. At night, under the influence of the energy of the moon, there is a restoration of both the mental and physical powers of man. Energy, which gives the ability to accumulate forces, is called ojas. This is the Moonfire power. Yes, as it may sound strange, the Moon has a subtle fire energy, which is aimed at creation and is called ojas.
How can I increase my ojas? It is milk that possesses this unique ability to maximize the ojas of a person. In addition, milk not only increases ojas, it selectively directs this creative psychic energy into the mind, accumulating strength in it. It is interesting to know that there is not any other food product that would have this unique property. For this very reason, following the instructions of the Vedas, hundreds of thousands of saints engaged in spiritual practice, they chose to feed only cow’s milk. So in olden times, strictly following the instructions of the “Vedas”, people quickly reached perfection. It is not for nothing that the Vedas consider cow’s milk to be the most benign product on Earth.
It is interesting to know that until now, to achieve spiritual perfection, Ayurveda recommends fasting on milk and at this time doing spiritual practice. Usually, in order to cleanse the mind, dairy posts are held for no more than 1 month, but it is better to start with a one-day fast. During this post, you need to drink boiled, sweetened, warmed cow’s milk. During a post in milk it is possible to add such spices as: cardamom, cinnamon, saffron, turmeric, fennel, cumin, anise. If you try to hold such a post, the result will be simply stunning. However, take your time, first the body must get used to the use of cow’s milk.
As already said, milk, digested, then it fills the body with the energy of synthesis and creation (Ojas). Ojas, who nourishes the mind, is called the highest ojas. Therefore, every person who wants to cultivate in himself intelligence, must fill himself with the maximum amount of reserve mind power (the highest ojas). This makes it possible to greatly improve one’s character, educate yourself in will power, optimism, purposefulness, positively directed memory. All this becomes a reality if you drink heated and slightly sweetened cow’s milk in the evening, about an hour before bedtime.
Drunk in the evening, milk is not absorbed quickly and lies in the stomach and intestines almost all night. However, according to Ayurveda, this is an advantage of cow’s milk, and not its lack. Being in the gastrointestinal tract, cow milk very beneficially affects the subtle body of the human mind.
The effectiveness of sleep always depends on the state of mind. If the mind is tense and restless, then a person usually does not get enough sleep overnight and it takes him a lot longer to sleep. As a result of the influence of milk on the delicate body of the mind, sleep becomes deep and calm. When we sleep, all feelings are inhibited. However, the mind (the possessor of all 5 senses, and he himself is the sixth sense) continues to remain active at this time. The mind touches its subtle energy with the stomach and finds milk there. Milk affects the mind so that harmony between mind and mind increases. As a result, the self-control of a person increases, and this is the main manifestation of the increase in intelligence.
The one who fulfills this rule, bad dreams disappear, there comes a special calm, giving birth to the belief in happiness. A person who is treated with cow’s milk, gradually begins to feel that it is becoming easier and easier to live with. All this is possible, if, of course, he observes the regime at the same time – he lies down on time, does everything on time.
It is best to drink milk from 19h to 20h. And after that, do not eat anything. First, before consumption, the milk must be brought to a boil, its healing properties are not lost. In addition, it is a good prevention against brucellosis, bovine tapeworm and some other lovers of cow’s milk, with which it is better not to get acquainted.
In the evening, you can add fennel, turmeric and cardamom – spices to the milk, which, under the conditions of our low climate, are soothing to the nervous system. If you have insomnia, you can add cloves, sweet pepper, valerian in evening milk. These spices themselves affect the nervous system and vessels calmingly. As already mentioned, cow’s milk is a catalyst and therefore their therapeutic effect multiplies. Do not forget that you should also add a small amount of sugar in the milk (milk should be slightly sweetened). It is also important to know that you need to drink it in a hot form, try not to burn the mucous membrane of the mouth and lips.
In the morning, it is good to add fennel, cardamom, cinnamon, saffron, sugar or honey to the milk, which is most suitable for you. Milk in the morning does not necessarily warm up. However, if it is not well absorbed by you, then the morning milk should also be heated.
The amount of milk for yourself can be determined as follows. Drink a glass of milk for the night and see in the morning: if the mucus appeared in the mouth, nose or eyes – this means that you drank too much. Also, with an excessive dose of milk, you will feel that the amount of sleep increases and getting out of bed becomes somehow harder. If you woke up and felt that everything is normal – then you drink a normal amount of milk. If you determined that you drink a lot of milk and reduced its quantity, but at the same time felt that the sleep became restless, then you have reduced too much. If in the morning a person feels that he has some kind of internal tension, then it is necessary from the morning to 7.
It should be noted that as ozhas increase in the body, its ability to absorb cow’s milk also increases. And, accordingly, the potential to work on yourself increases. However, all these changes do not occur in one day – everything takes time. The increase in energy in the body of ojas makes it possible to drink cow’s milk also during the day. For example, children have the most ojas and therefore cow’s milk is digested even during the day and there are no restrictions in its use.
Ojas women are slightly less than children, but their ability to absorb cow’s milk is much higher than that of men. This is due to the predominant influence of the moon’s energy on the female mind and, accordingly, on the female body. An elderly person has the lowest ability to digest cow’s milk and therefore his evening dose should be the smallest.
It is interesting to know another mysterious statement of the Vedas that virtuous people are easier to digest milk than people with bad inclinations in nature. There is also a feedback person who gets used to drinking milk at night, gradually corrects his character.
Why, after all, are we trying to reject the
medicinal properties of cow’s milk?
“The Vedas” say that in the universe there are forces that are fighting for divine knowledge, bringing happiness to all, and there are also forces that are fighting for the prosperity of the demonic culture. Sometimes on the Earth the divine forces predominate, and sometimes demonic ones. Everything depends on the actions of people living at this time on Earth. Now, for example, the influence of demonic forces prevails on Earth. People are becoming more selfish, knowledge is everywhere cultivated about how to live for oneself, and not how to serve each other.
Demonic knowledge proclaims the use of meat products, alcohol, drugs, free love, the desire for money and the opposite sex. Demonic knowledge leads, according to the Vedas, our civilization to suffering, the growth of crime, destructive wars, chaos and total degradation. Each of us sees that this is what is happening now on the planet: the number of alcoholics, drug addicts, prostitutes, homosexuals, etc. is growing.
Divine knowledge propagates life in accordance with the sacred scriptures, in which vegetarianism is cultivated, restriction and refusal of alcohol, fidelity to family foundations, struggle against drug addiction, work on one’s character. Divine knowledge fosters the desire to live for the good of all people, service to God and His laws.
There are basic points of application of the divine and demonic culture. This attitude to the opposite sex; attitude to knowledge about God; knowledge of oneself; about nutrition; about the purpose of human life. In all these matters, demonic and divine forces are constantly fighting.
Milk and cow are one of the main links in these disputes, since the consumption of cow’s milk greatly contributes to the acquisition of divine qualities of character. The “Vedas” describe that there are clear criteria for increasing the degradation of the nation. For this, no special studies are needed. All the signs of degradation are visible in our lives, namely:
1. Increased atheism in the views of people.
2. Decreased respect for priests, sages, dedicated to self-improvement, the elderly.
3. State corruption.
4. Destruction of family foundations.
5. Nutrition products resulting in degradation of consciousness (meat, fish, eggs, coffee) and reduced consumption of food products that lead to progress (milk and dairy products).
6. Increased bad habits, unworthy behavior of people.
7. Total degradation of the population (semi-animal existence).
This is the sequence of the development of degradation. The first signs of degradation give rise to the development of subsequent ones, and vice versa, combating early manifestations of degradation, such as atheism, leads to getting rid of the subsequent ones. From this classification, we see that increasing the use of cow’s milk in food saves from the subsequent degradation: bad habits, unworthy behavior and gradual transformation into animals.
To increase the demonic culture, you do not need to make a revolution. It is enough to show “cable” television “defects”, to allow people free love, to propagandize meat-eating and to scold food with dairy products. All the rest in a couple of decades will follow itself.
It turns out that people began to eat meat not so long ago. According to the Vedic story, the meat of dead animals began to be used for food only about 3000 years ago. 5000 years ago, the vast majority of the world’s population were vegetarians. Yet even in those distant times there were those who used meat for food. Their Vedas are called low-born people with dirty habits.
Meat food by its influence on the subtle body of mind destroys in man the voice of conscience, as a result, the ability to distinguish between bad and good is lost. In other words, meat-eating in Vedic culture was not encouraged. But the most striking – in those early times even low-born people, never used the meat of a cow. This was tantamount to killing his own mother and was prosecuted by law. They preferred to eat meat from poultry and small animals, such as a hare, although this was also not very encouraged. People who ate meat were prohibited from studying in higher education institutions along with the pious population. First they had to refuse to eat the products of violence.
According to the Vedas, milk is not an ordinary product, it is produced as a result of the influence of the energy of love. Therefore, the “Vedas” recommend feeding the baby with breast milk at least yes 3 years. If this figure seemed ridiculous and not real, then feed your child with breast milk at least up to 1 year. If a child does not get enough breast milk, then he grows up with a cold heart not sensitive to someone else’s pain.
Refusing to continue feeding their children with breast milk, mothers think that it can be noticed by more perfect modern nutritional formulas. However, in the nutritional mixture there is no energy of love. It is the same for a child that an artificial husband is for a woman. But if there is simply no mother’s milk? And this is also a sign of the degradation of the nation – love is getting smaller and milk is also getting smaller. In this case, the child needs to be fed with warmed-sweetened cow’s milk. With an increased allergic effect on cow’s milk of a nursing baby, it is desirable to feed a burger, which of all dairy products causes the least allergy.
The cow gives us the most valuable product, impregnated with the energy of love. Therefore, she is our second mother for us. The “Vedas” say that any person has 7 mothers: mother, mother, nurse, wife of the ruler, wife of the priest, wife of the spiritual master, mother Earth and cow. If a person respects all these 7 mothers, then he is guaranteed: a calm character, a good wife, a good daughter, an acute memory, good health. All this he receives as a result of a beneficial influence on the mind of the Moon, which encourages the protection of the feminine. Thus, if you have a restless wife, strife in the family, poor concentration of attention, then there is a sense to increase your connection with the positive energy of the Moon. This is very simple – you need to respect 7 mothers and drink cow’s milk.
“The Vedas” claim that the cow is an unusual animal, it has a good mind. The same can be said about wheat. There are stories that the cow and wheat were sent to the earth by the higher forces of goodness to increase our progress. In studying this question, I turned to the description of the “Vedas” of life at the higher (heavenly) planetary levels (in the language of modern astronomy-galaxies) of our Universe. It turns out the cow exists on many higher planets and it is described that the great saints living there consider cow’s milk to be the most curative product. Moreover, they know how to make a special elixir from cow’s milk, which relieves all diseases and makes it possible, even in old age, to be full of energy. Cows,
So, according to the description of the Vedas, holy people, scriptures and a cow are the stronghold of divine culture. It is said that in the village it is enough to have one priest and from animals to grow only cows, as a result you can get rid of all diseases and overcome any disasters sent by fate. Moreover, in order to be cured of all diseases, it is enough to have a cow giving milk. In Ayurveda, there is a knowledge of how one can be cured only with the help of the products of the livelihood of a cow. Our next conversation will be about this.