A brief note about Jibankrishna or Diamond
In the year 1893, a new era in the spiritual world has begun when a child was born at Howrah Town near Kolkata(Calcutta), India. From his very childhood divine realizations began to manifest within his body. At 12 years 4months age Vedic Truth revealed within him with he appearance of God-the-Preceptor in his dream and thereafter numerous realizations started within his body with ultimate result of visualizing ‘Atman’ or Divine Soul or God in him as mentioned in Upanishads.
As a result, according to Upanishads he was being seen in dreams among innumerable people irrespective of religions, sex and age in many parts of the country though without his knowledge . Afterwards they came, narrated their dreams and identified him.
Simultaneously, further realizations used to happen within him and the number of people seeing him in dreams, trances, meditations and even in physical body began to increase.
Such phenomenon, was mentioned in Upanishads, but without citing any proof. But we are quite fortunate to witness such phenomenon in our life. Seeing such man in dreams the seer gets his body purified, his thinking and feeling purified, he gets him as his God-the-Preceptor who guides him in the spiritual world in dreams throughout his life, he sees God’s light, he gets himself transformed into God and finally he sees the descent of God assuming the form of a man in him. But all these happenings come to pass through sheer grace of God.
Such phenomenon was narrated in Svetasvatar Upanishad like this:
1)Who is the face, the head, the neck of all,/Who dwells in the heart of all things,/All pervading is He and bountiful,/Therefore Omnipotent and kindly( (Shiva). (3.11)
2) Thou art woman. Thou art man. / Thou art the youth and the maiden too,/ Thou as an old man totterest with a staff./ Being born, Thou becomest facing in every direction.(4.3)
Again Chandogya Upanishad has mentioned like this:
The seer sees not death,/Nor sickness, nor any distress./The seer sees only the All,/Obtains the All entirely.(7.26.2)
And Katha Upanishad has mentioned about this man or Purusha like this:
He who awake in those that sleep./The Person who fashions desire after desire,/That indeed is the Pure. That is Brahma./That indeed is called the Immortal./
On it all the worlds do rest./And no one so ever goes beyond it. (5.3)
But the most striking feature is this, that even after his demise in 1967, he is still being seen by countless people not only in our country but in different parts of the world in dreams as well as in physical body either knowingly or unknowingly.
Katha Upanishad has remarked on such immortality thus:
When are liberated all,/The desires that lodge in one’s heart,/Then a mortal becomes immortal, /Therein he reaches Brahma.(6.14)
The era of Diamond reveals that a man may see all the sportive forms of God with all His attributes in dreams, and becomes Brahma to be united with each human race bearing Love for each other and be united in a Point which is the first occurrence of its kind in the world history.
Diamond’s version on divine dreams
Both Chandogya and Brihad aranyaka Upanishads have dealt with divine dreams. They are of opinion that realizations and manifestations of God in dreams are purer and finer than in an awakened condition of the body….
Joseph was engaged to interpret the dreams of the Pharao in Egypt. God spoke to Moses, ‘Henceforth I won’t come and talk to you in person, but I will convey my command in dream.’ In Buddhism the arrival of Buddha in the world sprout out of a dream dreamt by Maya Devi, the mother of Buddha, who dreamt a white elephant, coming from the heaven, entered her womb and in normal course Sri Buddha was born.
Sri Ramkrishna’s father in the present era also dreamt that ‘Raghubir’ ,the household deity, appeared and told him that he would take his birth as a son to him. The Old Testament is full of divine dreams. Mohammed dreamt that he was carried in a chariot of seven horses to Heaven near Allah and from Him he received instructions and command….
God is in the inside of the human body. He, out of mercy to man, manifests Himself in words within the man and thereby He makes him His own chosen man through the words and becomes his guardian and Preceptor….
Somehow or other, to see God and to realize His sportive forms in dreams was a lost chapter. Sri Ramkrishna has again given life to it(in the nineteenth century) and established it….
Susupti is profound sleep. At the outset, as well as at the end of sleep, realizations appear, but neither during the sleep, nor in the full awakened condition. Such realizations are reckoned as realizations in Susupti or profound sleep.
In all the four states of life,viz: (1) Waking;(2) Dreams;(3)) Profound sleep or Susupti and (4) Turiya or Supreme conscious existence, there are different realizations of God’s sportive forms in the body. There are some lucky fellows who see God in all these four states of life. Some again see the sportive forms of God in the three states;(1) Waking,(2) Dreams and (3) Profound sleep. There are some who see God in the two conditions:: Waking and (2)) Dreams. Some again see God and His sportive form in dreams only. In dreams the seer gets his body purified, his thinking and feeling purified, he gets his God-the-Preceptor, he sees God’s light, he gets himself transformed into God and finally he sees the descent of God assuming the form of a man in him. But all these happenings occur through sheer grace of God.
What is God-the-Preceptor- his role on human body
God-the-Preceptor assumes human form, appears before you, blesses you and says, ‘you will attain God-head’. God in the body takes this unknown or by gone human form selects you as a bridegroom, in other words, makes your body a play ground for his blissful and joyous sports.
He teaches you the whole course of ‘Rajyoga’ – the emanation and transformation of God through the five sheaths or the seven planes into the Supreme Bliss………..
Without attainment of God-the-Preceptor, a devotee is not lucky enough to see God in various states in him; nay, not only this, but he will not get the least response of God in him.
Thakur (Sri Ramkrishna) says, ‘Without the bliss of God-the-Preceptor, there cannot be any upward progress’. This upward progress means the upward motion of the life power in a man, that is waking of life power and her march in the seventh plane without the attainment of God-the-Preceptor, the life power does not wake up. There cannot be any realization without life power being wakened up.
The attainment of God-the-Preceptor is a kind of transformation into God-with-Form as God in the body assumes that form out of sheer mercy.