Friday, 7 October 2016

A Book review of AJAYA – ROLL OF THE DICE (By Anand Neelkantan)

Good men and evil men are redefined by this book and the hypocracy of religion is revealed which explains why corruption rules even after incarnations of God have won all wars in mythology. The book elaborates on historical concepts which show how the negative internal dominant focus of each soul is responsible for his victory or loss. The war is won by those who are positively sure of their victory or those who are non -questioning/neutral while it is lost by those who feel negative about the injustice being done to self or the masses from childhood. According to the law of soul vibrations, energy moves in cycles of positive and negative thinking irrespective of ethical debates of right or wrong. You win if you are positive or detached and you lose if you are negative.

For example, the book portrays how Karna fights against his destiny and becomes a soldier but loses love because of an internal feeling of guilt and confusion. Also, the book as a side-effect , indicates  how caste system is karmically ordained for soul progress and not material progress for it can be interpreted from the evidence given in the book that Krishna was not a real God but a self-proclaimed  God, which points to the fact that had Karna been a charioteer, he may have received the download of spiritual information which Krishna did as the charioteer of Arjuna in the Mahabharata. It is the speaking of Bhagvad Gita which finally made Krishna the God but it is apparent that Krishna was only a channel of the spirits from the Light , as he had not practised the same principles of love & goodness in his own life .The only reason why the Pandavas won the war and the Kauravas lost it was the difference in their internal dominant focus of soul vibrations which attracted circumstances that led to the rise & fall of individual self-esteem.

The book paints an accurate and shocking picture of religious casteism, which is blamed for poverty amongst the masses. It reveals the hypocracy of unequal incomes which has been continuing since the past 5000 years . Though, the priests are no longer the rich class, inequalities of income continue to rule human society inspite pf all technological progress.  . The book shows Duryodhana as a good prince who wanted to help the poor but was blocked by a royalty which protected priesthood.  That human interpretations of religion can never be trusted as absolute, in a common truth in the modern age but how misunderstandings lead to a war being created is useful information for the modern day world also.

The simplified spiritual solutions to every ethical problem are mocked by this book as are mocked by the common people who are unable to get out of the clutches of boundaries of life & death.
However, though God Krishna won the war, which protected an unequal class system, the ideology which has continued is that of Duryodhana (@ Suyodhana). Even in the modern day world, Good is that which helps the poor and Evil is that which protects class inequalities and casteism.

The book is as depressing and enthralling as a sad film is where lovers are separated by powerful men like Bheeshma and God Krishna who deny themselves true love due to political pressure and then enforce sacrifice of happiness on all who they rule over. Again, the book gives evidence of the play of a negative energy cycle, as it portrays how unhappiness spreads for all when one person focuses on always being unhappy within himself or herself.   The perpetual sadness of Bheeshma and his feelings of helplessness are the vibrations of a negative internal dominant focus of a person which sow the seeds of repetitive cycles of misery. The book proves how an unhappy person  in authority who always feels compromised because he sacrifices ethics for lust of his father, can spread unhappiness for all those who he rules over, as he demands the same unethical sacrifices from the progeny .

 It shows how Krishna has 16008 wives but not one of them is his true love Radha, which indicates that Krishna chose to be unhappy and created a cycle of unhappiness because he wanted a war .  He defined dharma by the caste system and killed all those who spoke against it . He also  used strong and celestial women like Draupadi & Subhadra to give positive energy to the men he preferred than the handsome men they initially loved viz. Karna and Duryodhana (@ Suyodhana). The women are poisoned against the Kaurava soldiers who they have love affairs with initially, by Krishna’s insistence that there needs to be a war to establish Dharma and Duryodhana works to support the poor which creates adharma.

While a positive reality in life can be created only with a positive vibrational focus, reading about history helps in healing of the soul just as past life therapy does. It clarifies confusions and breaks walls in the subconscious mind which uphold blind adherence to religion above reason.

It is written well, well -edited and speaks about the need for establishing justice in the modern day world by refusing to obey blind traditions of religious hypocracy.  I am glad that Leadstart Publishing gave me this book for reviewing as it gave me more evidence to create a need for uplifting mass consciousness to create positive vibrationary cycles at individual levels.

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