Vyasadeva or “Krishna”


Srila Vyasadeva the great Avatar, also known as "Krishna"!

Vyasadeva is the “Literary Incarnation” of God or “Krishna”
Vyasadeva documented the Sanskrit Spiritual Hymns and authored the oldest book known to mankind, the Rig Veda. Advaita only means negation of duality. The glory of the holy Veda is the truth of non-duality, which, though contradicted in everyday experience, is established by the super-conscious experience and logically is sounder than the doctrine of multiplicity.

“Know the self to be sitting in the chariot, the body to be the chariot, the intellect the charioteer, and the mind the reins.”
~Veda Upanishads

The mathematical layout of the three sets of eight syllables in the hymns of the Rig Veda correspond to representations of the eternal dynamics of consciousness knowing itself, and occurs in eight successive stages as the Rig-Veda's relevant entities in Sanskrit syllables. (1900 BCE) In other words it's a masterpiece!

I believe Hawkins is talking about 'Vyasadeva'- in his four Avatars that calibrate at 1000."

In Sanskrit and the hymns recorded in the books, the Vedas used the word “Krishna” as the term for God. Vyasadeva is the “Literary Incarnation” of God, or “Krishna.”

I think I found my answer…”Krishna” means “God” as the highest level of God Consciousness, expressed in the glory of hymns in ancient Sanskrit called the Rig-Vedas.

Dr. David R. Hawkins, M.D., PhD wrote, 'Truth vs. Falsehood'

"The great avatars set the ultimate paradigm of reality and standard of conduct for all of humanity for thousands of years. Of those, the Lords Krishna-{Vyasadeva author of Rig-Veda}, Buddha, Zoroaster-{Zarathushtra}, and Jesus Christ all calibrate at 1,000. All the names for Divinity calibrate as Infinity. The revered great sages and their teachings calibrate in the 700's (extremely rare) such as Huang Po and Ramana Maharishi.” -Hawkins.

I looked up a man that "came years after Vyasadeva" who was named (Lord Krishna) who is described as hedonistic, a beautiful Indian man playing a flute and making love to young village girls.

I knew nothing about, Krishna or the Sanskrit word for God, so I thought the man named (Lord Krishna) who lived years after Vyasadeva and who spoke the Bhagavad-Gita with his friends making it popular was the great Avatar Hawkins wrote about.
I was puzzled, until I discovered a great YouTube video {see ref: below} that explained the terms for God is ((Krishna))...it was a great Aha Ha moment! :) I believe that Hawkins was combining'Vyasadeva,' who was the literary incarnation of God Consciousness in Sanskrit and the word for this is "Krishna."

To understand History I must remember to stay close to the (root) from where it came
In Hinduism, Avatar or Avatāra (Devanagari अवतार, Sanskrit for "descent" [viz., from heaven to earth])
refers to a deliberate descent of a deity from heaven to earth, and is mostly translated into English as "incarnation", but more accurately as "appearance" or "manifestation".[1]

The term is most often associated with Vishnu, though it has also come to be associated with other deities.[2] Varying lists of avatars of Vishnu appear in Hindu scriptures, including the ten Dashavatara of the Garuda Purana and the twenty-two avatars in the Bhagavata Purana, though the latter adds that the incarnations of Vishnu are innumerable.[3] The avatars of Vishnu are a primary component of Vaishnavism. An early reference to avatar, and to avatar doctrine, is in the Bhagavad Gita.[4] .

Here is a bit of history on the Rig-Veda and it's author Srila Vyasadeva for the love "Krishna" [God]! :)

Srila Vyasadeva felt his purpose on earth was to compile and organize the orally studied Vedas in a concrete form. He divided the Vedic literatures into four Vedas, namely the Rig-Veda, Atharva Veda, Sama Veda, and Yajur Veda. He also compiled Upanishads, Smrtis, Vedanta Sutras, Samhitas, and Puranas.

Despite having compiled the Vedic literatures in an organized fashion, He still felt no peace. Narada Muni reminded Him that through these literatures, one would be able to understand the workings of the material universe, the demigods, their modes of worship, the spiritual soul, and some aspects of God. However, none was truly descriptive in the field of loving, devotional service to the Lord. Narada Muni served as the spiritual master to Vyasadeva and instructed Him to write the Srimad-Bhagavatam (Bhagavata Purana). It is considered to be the tree of Vedic literature. Vyasadeva was so filled with peace after He wrote the last words down that, He didn’t compile or write anymore.

It is said that anyone who discusses any aspect of Vedic literature is considered to be a representative of Srila Vyasadeva. Therefore, the special seat offered to those who speak such discourses are said to be sitting on the “sear of Vyasadeva” known as a “vyasasana.” The anniversary of one’s spiritual master is known as a “Vyasa Puja” day, as the spiritual master is also a representative of Srila Vyasadeva. I invite you on my 7 year journey around the world in search of love.
Sneak-A-Peek into my book....
My first stop was to The World Sound Healing Conference in San Francisco. I wanted to understand the science of frequencies, especially if everything in the universe was vibrating to their own unique song!

I waited in the large conference room to hear Dr. Susan Yale's lecture on the Harmonic Oscillator.

The room went black and three pyramids projected on a movie screen.


"You can hear the sound of "nature" between the Pyramids of Giza," Dr. Yale said, pausing, "it's a perfect F Sharp."

No one moved. She spoke slowly, "If you knew there was a place in the world where you could hear God, would you go?"

I always wanted to sleep on the Nile!"

~ from my Memoir, (click link—"From Hollywood to God"  Kelly Granite Enck on Amazon books and Kindle.
Giza, Egypt
Hiking through Bhutan

Tiger's Temple, Thailand
River Kwai, Thailand

The Kingdom of Bhutan


Peru
Tiger's Nest Bhutan

Click link— "From Hollywood to God"  to read my memoir!

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