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Hidden Keys in ancient Indian texts

Ancient Indian scripture have always had hidden Keys inserted in the verses. These Keys have always had a profound Spiritual meaning.

This here is a verse from the Ganapati Atharvashirsha, an Upanishad [a text containing wisdom], composed by the Sage Atharva Rishi. The Ganapati Atharvashirsha is an integral part and parcel of worship of Ganesha.

The meaning of this verse is “You are the Creator,You are the doer”. It is as if the ancient Sage Atharva Rishi wanted you to realize the importance of this verse, as you started reciting the Ganapati Atharvashirsha.

The NON DUAL meaning of the verse is for those on the path to Enlightenment to realize that they are the Creator,as well as the doer. The true devotees of Ganesha [Ever-Existent]have to understand that they are not separate from him.

Hidden Keys in rare and ancient Indian texts

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