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Element 5: Earth

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Element 5:  Earth

 

 

Earth is called Karma Bhoomi, land of action. We are born on earth only to settle our karmic accounts.The element earth is the nose in the human body. The nose is essential for life. It differentiates between good and bad smells and imbibes the air we breathe as the lifeforce. If we stop breathing, death follows.

The bone, skin, hair, muscle and nerves in our body are also related to earth. We get minerals like calcium, protein, fat and vitamins from the food that help in the growth and protection of the body. The body derives its strength from the food, which is grown in earth. What is the connection between this and the nose? The air we breathe enters the lungs and protects our life. We inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide. The oxygen purifies the blood that enters the heart.

Our feelings are responsible for the creation of our lives. Good feelings inspire good thoughts and kindle us to do good deeds. We think that our food is the reason for our health. Actually, it is our feelings that affect health. Feelings are important even for the functioning of the heart. If we purify our feelings, the earth will be purified. How to purify feelings? Do your duty in this world without attachment. Want God alone. Desire and hatred, likes and dislikes are the reasons for birth. We should free ourselves from these fetters. We should not waste this precious human life.

Our feelings are responsible for the creation of our lives. Good feelings inspire good thoughts and kindle us to do good deeds. If we purify our feelings, the earth will be purified.

The organs of action are connected with the element of earth. If they function as they should, earth will be purified.

My feelings for God, purify the five elements. My feelings enter each and everyone. Swami is using my feelings to transform the Kali Yuga into Sathya Yuga (Golden Age).

 

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