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Bhagavan is a noun that is used highly in Hindu, Jain, Gujarati, Buddhist and other communities to say God. However specifically Bhagavan/Bhagwan and Bhagavati (feminine of Bhagavan) is one’s personal connection to the Supreme Soul. Thus Bhagavan is the Spirit of God (Shiva, Shankar, Shakti, the Evolutionist). Whereas God in teaching from Bhagavad-gita is Paramatma (Supreme Soul, Supreme Brahman also known as Lord Vishnu, the Preserver and His avatars, especially Sri Krsna, the Father). Concluding the trinity form of One Light is Brahma Dev (not to be confused with Brahman) who is the Creator of what God/Life has to offer. He is the reason why humans over time have dissected science and made war in order to understand God stronger and much better. Brahma trait in that of Paramatma is as simple flesh. All three forms of God make the Tridev; Brahma, Paramatma and Bhagavan. When one is enlightened to Paramatma they follow a life of bhakti-yoga (connection to the Supreme Soul) and are to be considered as Bhagavan. Hence one who has the Spirit of God is Bhagavan. I am Bhagavan. You can be Bhagavan. We are therefore Bhagavan.
“Oh, my soul... You are not alone...
There’s a place where fear has to
face the God you know.”
Casting Crowns (2016)
The Monopoly board game was designed by a lady called Elizabeth Magie (United States, 1903). At the time of design the game was called, ‘The Landlord’s Game.’ In 1935, the Parker Brothers first published the game with the toy company Hasbro. Now Monopoly is widely known around the world with many designs and a well known one being that of popular streets and rail stations of London City (England, United Kingdom).
Monopoly means to be in total possession or control of a particular market; let that be of a supply, trade, commodity or service. For one specific body or company to be the most superior in a market and totally own the necessity is to have monopolised that need.
Unrequited love is love that is not openly returned. This is more prominent in males i.e. a man cannot easily say, ‘I love you,’ even though they deeply feel so. Bhagavan’s Guitar is to overcome the unrequited feeling and substantially monopolise love; so with Bhagavan I have conquered unrequited love and is pleased to say, “I love you.”