The Teachings

A Partial Teaching on Earning My Blessings

Discourse

Introduction

The LAW of The TENTH Part

“Give yourself the TENTH Part of all that you Earn, Acquire and Receive”

Article 13 of The COVENANT

“I have opened an account for you in which I have placed (1,000,000,000) [one billion/one hundred crores] Ashirwad/Blessings for you to distribute during your passage through life”

The Rule of THREE Blessings

“When two or more people meet and exchange three Blessings/Ashirwad, one Ashirwad/Blessing at a time, then, at the end of the third transaction, each of the participants who took part three times shall earn one hundred thousand Blessings/Ashirwad [(100,000)(one lakh)] for his or her Atma”

The Allotment

Every Atma entering Janam is allotted one billion (1,000,000,000) Blessings/Ashirwad, which are to be earned by exchanging with others during Janam.
PARAMATMA has given the Atma one billion (1,000,000,000 or one hundred Crores) Blessings/Ashirwad to earn.
The Atma needs to use the given body+mind to exchange three Blessings/Ashirwad, one blessing at a time, in order to earn one hundred thousand Blessings/Ashirwad in one interaction.
Every person I meet provides me with an opportunity to earn my Blessings/Ashirwad.

Counting Ashirwad/Blessings

To count my Blessings/Ashirwad means to earn Ashirwad/Blessings.
Counting my Blessings/Ashirwad means keeping track of the Ashirwad/Blessings I earn by exchanging with other people.
I can only count Ashirwad/Blessings when I earn one or more.
Counting Blessings/Ashirwad is universal, in every culture.

To Earn an Ashirwad/Blessing

An offer to earn one blessing made to ‘someone’ earns me one Ashirwad/Blessing from GOD.

Process

I need to make the offer of exchange with each person I meet with the first blessing vocally or in writing.

As soon as I offer vocally an Ashirwad/Blessing, I earn one blessing.

Example:

‘Good morning.’

When you make this or some other positive, vocal similar offer, you earn one blessing for your own Atma from GOD.

I need to wait for a positive vocal response to the first offer.

When the person(s) to whom the offer is made responds vocally and positively he, she or they earn one Ashirwad/Blessing for his, her or their own Soul(s) from PARAMATMA.

When I receive a response, it means that the respondent(s) have also each earned his, her or their first Ashirwad/Blessing and therefore, I can go on to the second offer and thus earn the second blessing for exchange.

Comment 1: “Good morning.” In its full form says: “Here is an Ashirwad/Blessing for you to make your morning good.”

Comment 2: You may make the offer in the language you use in your daily life.

Comment 3: You can start your day by exchanging blessings with your family, friends, colleagues or strangers.

Comment 4: You may repeat the same after midday with a ‘good afternoon’ in the afternoon, a ‘good evening’ in the evening and a ‘good night’ at the end of the day.

Comment 5: When you address a group of people, you will earn one blessing from GOD for each member who hears your offer.

Comment 6: Each person who hears you and responds vocally, positively and audibly, earns one Ashirwad/Blessing from GOD for each member who hears his or her voice in that group.

Comment 7:  Response must be vocal, audible and positive to earn a blessing.

Comment 8:  When the offer is made in writing, you will earn when the person reads your offer(s). In turn he, she or they will earn when you read the reply/replies.

After Exchanging One Ashirwad/Blessing

Having earned one blessing each, either of the persons can initiate the exchange of the second blessing.

As soon as I offer the second Ashirwad/Blessing, I earn my second blessing.

Example:

“May PARAMATMA bless you” Alternatively, “May GOD bless you” This offer too can be made in your own language.

When you make this or any other offer to the person or group, you earn your second Ashirwad/Blessing from GOD for each person who hears your voice.

When a person hears your offer and responds vocally, audibly and positively, he or she earns his or her second blessing for his or her Atma from GOD for each person who hears your voice or the voice of another person.

When I receive a response to the second blessing, it means that the respondent(s) have each earned his or her second Ashirwad/ Blessing and therefore, I can go on to exchange and earn the next Blessing/Ashirwad.

Comment 1. A response to the second blessing means that the respondent(s) have each earned his or her second Ashirwad/Blessing and therefore, you can go on to exchange and earn the next.

Comment 2: When you exchange one blessing with someone, you earn one Ashirwad/Blessing. When you exchange two Blessings/ Ashirwad with someone, you earn two Ashirwad/Blessings.

Comment 3: You can only initiate the second blessing after both parties have earned the first Ashirwad/Blessing or some members of your group have responded vocally and positively.

Now The Rule

Having earned two blessing each, either party may initiate the next exchange.

Example:

“Have A Nice Day.”

When you make the third offer, you actuate The Rule of Three Blessings for yourself.
You will earn 100,000 Blessings/Ashirwad for your own Atma from PARAMATMA.

When the other person or some members of that group respond vocally and positively he or she will actuate The Rule for himself or herself and each one will earn one hundred thousand Ashirwad/Blessing for his or her own Atma.

Comment 1: You can only initiate the third offer when at least one other person has responded and earned the second Ashirwad/Blessing for his or her Soul in exchange with you.

Comment 2: Each person earns a blessing by his or her own act of making a positive vocal or written offer in an exchange.

Comment 3: Each person who wishes to earn Ashirwad/Blessing for his or her own Atma has to be alert to each opportunity that comes his or her way.

Comment 4: You can only make one offer at one time to a single person or a group.

Comment 5: You are the only person who can initialize The Rule for yourself to earn one hundred thousand Ashirwad/Blessing by exchanging the first two Blessings/Ashirwad.

Comment 6: Each person who takes part three times will earn one hundred thousand Blessings/Ashirwad from GOD for each person who took part three times in that exchange.

Example

A classroom teacher with fourteen students exchanges three Blessings/Ashirwad with her students every morning. All fourteen students respond three times each.
At the end of the interaction, each person (class teacher and each of the 14 students) will have earned fourteen times one hundred thousand [1,400,000 (14 lakhs)] Blessings/Ashirwad in one common or community based interaction.

Application

Every classroom teacher can easily earn blessings for himself or herself and for every student in his or her classroom daily by observing this simple example.

Now The Rule Modifies

When you and at least one other person have each earned one hundred thousand Blessings/Ashirwad, then The Rule modifies.

Each subsequent Ashirwad/Blessing offered and responded to earns the offeror and the responder one hundred thousand Blessings/Ashirwad from GOD.

Example:

  1. “Take care.”
  2. “Have fun.”
  3. “Enjoy yourself.”
  4. “Be happy.”

When I offer these four Ashirwad/Blessing, I earn Four hundred thousand Blessings/Ashirwad for my Soul.

Each of the persons who have earned one hundred thousand Blessings/Ashirwad in the ongoing exchange with me now has the opportunity to earn Four hundred thousand Ashirwad/Blessing by one single vocal and positive response to this offer.

Comment: Each offer in its full form says ‘Here is a blessing for you to (…).’

 

Some Examples of Valid Offers

  1. ‘Here is a blessing for you to make your morning / afternoon / evening / night good for yourself.’

Comment: This has been shortened /compressed / abbreviated by people down to ‘good morning’ or ‘morning’ or ‘evening’ or ‘night’.

  1. ‘Here is an Ashirwad/Blessing for you to be happy.’
  2. ‘Here is an Ashirwad/Blessing for you to have a nice day.’
  3. ‘Here is an Ashirwad/Blessing for you to make yourself successful.’
  4. ‘Here is an Ashirwad/Blessing for you have a long life.’
  5. ‘Here is an Ashirwad/Blessing for you to take care of yourself.’
  6. ‘Here is an Ashirwad/Blessing for you to do your duty.’
  7. ‘Here is an Ashirwad/Blessing for you to have fun.’
  8. ‘Here is an Ashirwad/Blessing for you to enjoy your life.’
  9. ‘Yeh ek Ashirwad hai ki aap apni subeh shubh banayen’ ya ‘Suprabhat’
  10. ‘Yeh ek Ashirwad hai ki aap apna din achha banayen’
  11. ‘Yeh ek Ashirwad hai ki PARAMATMA aap par kripa karen’
  12. ‘Yeh ek Ashirwad hai ki aapki aayu lambi ho’ ya ‘Ayushman Bhavo’
  13. ‘Yeh ek Ashirwad hai ki aap safal ho’

 

The Benefits

These earned Blessings will reduce the effects of the accumulating negatively running counters in the account of my Atma at the time of the accounting of deeds and doings of the Atma in front of The Chief Judge.

These will in turn help in reducing the numbers of Joonis that the Atma/Soul will have to undergo to become clean and earn the right for the next Janam.

On each birth date, the body+mind gets a beneficial reduction of stress that will have to be faced in the coming year.

Conclusion

Every person who makes an offer to earn an Ashirwad/Blessing earns one blessing from PARAMATMA out of the one billion Blessings/Ashirwad allotted to the Soul.

Similarly, every positive vocal or written response earns the responder one Ashirwad/Blessing from GOD out of the allotted one billion to him or her.

On the third offer or response, you actuate the Rule for yourself and earn one lakh (100,000) Blessings from GOD for your Atma.

Morning Walk

Over the past thirty years or so, I go for a walk at the lake every morning. I meet/cross several hundred people during the walk daily. I offer to exchange Blessings/Ashirwad with every one daily.

I.    My Offer

Whenever I meet a person, I wish him or her a “Good morning”; “Good afternoon”; “Good Evening.”
The full form of “Good morning” is:
‘Here is an Ashirwad/Blessing for you to make your morning good.’
I earn one blessing from GOD in the account of my Atma.

II.   The Response

The person may or may not respond.
If there is no response – I proceed on my way.
When the person responds – vocally and positively.
I earn the opportunity to distribute another blessing:
I say “May GOD Bless You.”
I earn my second Ashirwad/Blessing from PARAMATMA in the account of my Soul.

III

The person may or may not respond.
If there is no response, I proceed on my way.
When the person responds – vocally and positively.
He or she earns his or her second Ashirwad/Blessing from GOD.
It creates another opportunity to exchange the next Ashirwad/Blessing:
I say, “Have a nice day”.
I actuate The Rule for my own Soul and I earn one hundred thousand Blessings/Ashirwad from GOD in the account of my Atma.

IV

When the person(s) responds for the third time, then he or she will earn one hundred thousand Blessings/Ashirwad from GOD in the account of his or her individual Soul.

If the person does not respond, then you have earned one hundred thousand Blessings/Ashirwad for your Atma while the other person has only earned two out of his or her one billion allotted Ashirwad/Blessing that he or she is required to earn through exchanging with others.

Frequently Asked Questions

Qn. Can a Blessing be created?

Ans. Every Blessing is created by PARAMATMA only. GOD has created and placed one billion (1,000,000,000) Blessings in the account of every Atma entering Janam. The Atma is required to use the given physical body+mind to distribute the given one billion Ashirwad during the passage through life in order to earn those Blessings.

Qn.   When does a person earn 100,000 blessings and how does it happen?

Ans. The Rule of THREE Blessings is automatically invoked in favour of the person or persons who exchanges Three Blessings – one Blessing at a time with someone else. You invoke the Rule for your own Atma when you follow the procedure and exchange two Blessings one Ashirwad at a time and then offer or respond for the third time.