Thursday, September 15, 2022

SANATANA DHARMA , HINDUISM EXHUMED AND RESURRECTED, PART 145 , SOUL MATTERS – CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL

 

 THIS POST IS CONTINUED FROM PART   144


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There is a difference between control and supreme control. By controlling one Indriya alone, the other four will not come under your control. When the mind is rendered pure and one-pointed and when it is turned inwards towards the Purusha, then and then alone supreme control of all organs follows. He who has practised Pratyahara can have good concentration and meditation. His mind is always peaceful.

 

This demands patience and constant practice. It takes some years before one is well-established in Pratyahara. He who has mastery over Pratyahara will never complain of Vikshepa or distraction of mind. He can sit in a place in a busy city where four roads meet and meditate whenever he likes. He does not want a cave for meditation.

 

Just as the tortoise draws in on all sides its limbs, so also, the Yogi withdraws all his senses from the objects of sense through the practice of Pratyahara. Pratyahara gives power to the practitioner. When the Indriyas are withdrawn from the objects, then you can fix the mind on a particular point. Pratyahara and Dharana are interdependent. You cannot practise one without the other.

 

2.55  – – Tatah parama vasyata indriyanam,  Patanjali Yoga Sutra, 5000 BC

 

Pratyahara results in the absolute control of the sense organs.

 

The effect of pratyahara is felt when the senses are mastered, and the mind is mature and fervent for its spiritual quest.    When the senses have ceased to pursue after pleasures obtained from the phenomenal world, they can be yoked to serve the soul.

 

Pratyahara sublimates both senses and mind. Pratyahara  practice when mastered, gives the student yogin, the qualification to practice higher yoga, which are mainly actions on the mystic plane. Mastery of the senses comes about by learning to withdraw them. Through that turning inward of the organs of senses and actions (indriyas) also comes a supreme ability, controllability, or mastery over those senses inclining to go outward towards their objects. Since five senses create sensory overload, Indriya Pratyahara thwarts the collection in the mind.

 

There are six ways of controlling the Indriyas: (i) through Vichara, (ii) by will-force, (iii) by Kumbhaka (retention of breath in Pranayama), (iv) by Dama (restraint), (v) by Pratyahara (abstention) and (vi) by Vairagya and Tyaga. Perfect control can be made only through Vichara.   Tapas thins out the Indriyas and eventually leads to control of mind.

 

When the Indriyas are withdrawn from their respective objects, it is Indriya-Pratyahara. Mental abstraction takes place when the mind is disconnected with the Indriyas. Pratyahara is a general, broad term which includes Dama also. The effect of Dama (restraint of Indriyas) is Pratyahara. Pratyahara is the stepping-stone to inner spiritual life.

 

He who has succeeded in Pratyahara can concentrate his mind quite readily for a very long time. Dharana and Dhyana come automatically if Pratyahara is perfect. An aspirant has to struggle hard to have mastery over Pratyahara. Perfect Vairagya is indispensable for success in Pratyahara. You can succeed after strenuous and incessant struggle for some years.

 

If Pratyahara is perfect, all the organs are under perfect control.  If you have the reins of the horses under your control, you can have a safe journey. The Indriyas are the horses. If you have the senses under your efficient control, you can have a safe journey in the path of Moksha

 

Dharana practice requires a preliminary mastership in certain aspects of prana energy control.  This is why when someone sits to meditate without first doing pranayama , he cannot be successful even though he may imagine for himself in peace happiness and light.  Dharaṇa means single minded focus. The prior limb Pratyahara involves withdrawing the senses from external phenomena. Dhāraṇā builds further upon this by refining it further to ekagrata or ekagra chitta, that is single-pointed concentration and focus.

 

3.01— deshabandhashchittasya dharana.. Patanjali Yoga Sutra, 5000 BC

 

Fixing the consciousness on one point or region is concentration (dharana). Dharana means focus of attention. Centring the attention on a chosen point or area, within or outside the body, is concentration. By it the functions of the mind are checked and brought to one focal point.  Once mastery of the five stages of yoga from yama to pratyahara is achieved, the art of focusing the mind and consciousness is guaranteed

 

Dharana is established when the mind learns to remain steady on its own, or hold on to an unmoving object. Through the practice of yama and niyama, the sadhaka develops emotional firmness. Through asana, he keeps his body, the abode of the soul, free from disease.

 

In pranayama, he learns to stop the dispersion of energy by regularising its flow for proper distribution all through his body and mind. Through pratyahara, he develops will-power, detaches himself from the organs of senses and acquires precision in thought. This is the beginning of culturing the brain. Once he has become unresponsive to worldly matters, he is fit to continue on the inner quest, enriching the mind through dharana.

 

Dhyana and samadhi lead the consciousness on the innermost quest (amaratma sadhana), to the soul itself. The eight components of astahga yoga are interwoven, though each is delineated individually for the sake of convenience

 

When the student enters into dharana, he can know something of his personal structure. He becomes an observer of himself and an object of his study. The rationale behind the practice of dharana has been earlier explained under the context of pratyahara.

 

The reason behind the effort at concentration of mind is the same as that underlying the need for pratyahara. It is a psychological necessity with a deep philosophical background. Unless the ‘why’ of concentration is properly answered, one will not have satisfaction within and hence cannot take to the practice wholeheartedly. Concentration is the channelizing of the chitta or the psychic structure within towards universality of being. This goal is achieved by many stages, with a graduated movement of the finite to the infinite. Sincere effort is necessary on the path to keep the mind in balance; for balance is yoga.

 

It is only when the balance is upset, due to some factor in life, that worry sets in. Hence, the first step in yoga is not pratyahara or dharana, but a psychological disentanglement, or a stock-taking as people do in business, and a striking of the balance-sheet of the inner world.

 

One has to find out where one stands. Yoga is a positive state, different from all moods of the day. There is nothing of the negative in the yoga way of life, neither in the mind nor in the perspective of one’s vision. Misgivings about yoga are due to a want of proper understanding of its meaning

 

Asana and pranayama are intended for establishing peace and harmonious relations with the muscles, nerves and the vital force. Pratyahara establishes peace with the mind. Yoga is the science of peace.

 

The world outside having been properly coordinated with our personality by the yamas and our having come to proper understanding of ourselves by the niyamas and by vichara or self-analysis, having also achieved some sort of control over the muscles by asana, the nerves and prana by pranayama, having brought compromise within by pratyahara, the student is face to face with the problem of concentration.

 

. Yama, niyama, asana, pranayama and pratyahara constitute the external (bahiranga) yoga, while dharana, dhyana and samadhi are the internal (antaranga) yoga. The internal yoga is a pure activity of the mind-stuff (antahkarana), independent of the senses.

 

While the senses had a part to play in pratyahara, they do not operate in dharana, any further. We have come nearly to the innermost point of the personality and the outer activities as well as relations are given up. The mind has become powerful because now it does not waste energy through sensory activity.

 

Pratyahara teaches us to withdraw our focus from the external to the internal, the practice of Dharana teaches us to ‘zoom in’ so we’re able to focus on one thing alone. This, of course, is not an easy thing to do!

 

Most of us have experienced what we call in yoga the ‘monkey mind’ – restless thoughts jumping around like clamorous monkeys leaping from from tree to tree – so it takes some discipline and patience to learn how to focus our attention on a single thing.It’s impossible to ‘empty’ the mind but we can train it to become so completely and utterly absorbed with one thing that we lose all sense of time and space and most significantly, the soul

 

We all had the experience of ‘losing track of time’ because we’ve been immersed in something that has held our undivided attention. Often these moments are entirely unplanned.. One minute we’re tackling the task at hand, the next, 3 hours have flown by and we don’t know where the time went. However, it’s often when we consciously set out to focus our attention while sitting quietly that the mind decides it doesn’t want to play ball. Mantra chanting is a helpful practices of Dharana.

 

 One-pointed focused concentration needs intention, relaxation, softness, and ease – and for these to arise, we also need patience and practice. Antar darshan is a practice of pratyahara. Pratya comes from the word pratyaya. Pratyaya are the internal seeds, the basic tendencies in our nature which are there from birth to death. They are the basis of our personality.

 

The word ahara means food or nutrition. Normally in our day-to-day lives, we are concentrated and extroverted in the outside world, so the mind, the senses and the pratyaya, these internal tendencies and seeds of consciousness, are receiving nutrition from outside, from objects, events, situations and interactions in the external world.

 

So, pratyahara means a practice which internalizes the senses and the mind so that the mind begins to receive its nutrition from within. The pratyaya begin to receive nutrition from within.   This is the first stage in mental training, when we can learn to internalize the senses and the mind at will. Pratyahara is not just one practice but a series of practices which aid the mind to complete this process and to be able to internalize at will.

 

Perhaps at some point we will be able to internalize and externalize at the same time. This is total perfection of this stage, where we are aware internally and externally at the same time. Right now, however, we are only aware outside, and when we are aware outside then we are not aware inside. Sometimes we shut it all off, we go into a room and put on some music, or we sit in a chair, close our eyes, relax and go inside. Then we become aware inside, depending on the degree to which we have developed.

 

Pratyahara means to go inside but to keep the awareness at the conscious level, around the level of manas. In the stage of pratyahara we are not attempting to go deep. Only when we have mastered pratyahara will we begin to dip into chitta, the subconscious mind. Dipping into the subconscious mind while we are still awake is actually an achievement. This can be done when the mind is in the alpha mode.

 

When we practise meditation techniques, beginning with pratyahara, we gain the ability to go into this subconscious dimension consciously. This will come only in the last stages of pratyahara, not in the beginning. In the early stages we try to work on developing our internal conscious state and becoming aware of what is happening in manas.

 

Watching the thoughts, watching the emotions, seeing how they interrelate, how a thought engenders an emotion and how that emotion engenders another emotion. This is the stage where the practice of antar darshan comes in. Antar darshan is not a kind of rebirthing technique where you go very deep into your subconscious and unconscious emotions and try to bring them up.

 

That practice comes later when we have mastered and understood exactly what is happening at the conscious level. We have to clean out the area where we live – our bedroom, the living room, the sadhana room, the workplace. We do not try to clean out the attic or the cellar first; we have to start where we are. This all takes place within the area of manas, through the practices of pratyahara. In the practice of antar darshan we can expect to look at the more conscious feelings and emotions.

 

We should not try to have intense experiences during this practice. If an intense experience arises, that is fine and we can just experience it, but that is not the aim of this practice. It is important to understand the development of the process.

 

It is like learning to swim. First you go to the beach, enter the water and stay in the shallows. You walk in up to your knees, then up to your waist, then up to your shoulders and then you submerge yourself in the water. You submerge in the mind, and you start to swim in this shallow area. If at any time you feel a bit uneasy or unsafe, you can just put your feet down and touch the bottom and find your stability there.

 

When we go out of pratyahara and into the next stages of dharana and dhyana, it is like going out of the shallow water into the depths. Dharana is like the first depths where you go in maybe ten to twelve feet over your head. When you go into dhyana you go deeper, maybe twenty-five or thirty feet. In order to swim in the depths you must be a good swimmer, you must be confident that you can swim, otherwise it is not safe.

 

The same thing applies to the mind. You must first train your mind in the different stages and practices of pratyahara. You must develop a strong mind. A strong mind is a mind that is not afraid of itself, that can face the experiences that arise within without becoming unbalanced

 

Again, the involutionary path of renunciation necessitates pratyahara, dharana, dhyana and samadhi. This inward journey disengages the consciousness from external objects. To be proficient in yoga, yama and niyama must be observed carefully all through the yogic sadhana..

 

Dama is the ability to control the five senses – smell, taste, vision, touch and hearing. these five senses are constantly in contact with the outside world which is full of various objects that the senses are attracted to.   Dama is the ability to keep the senses in control, and make them inward focused.  in patanjali’s yoga sutras, this is similar to the state of “pratyahara” (sense withdrawal) which is one of the eight limbs of yoga.

 

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Nada yoga is the yoga of deep inner listening.. . Nadis are the subtle channels through which consciousness flows. the nada yogi first practices pratyahara by drawing the senses inward and forcefully shuts out as many external sights and sounds as possible.

 

The first stage of pratyahara is to become still and quiet, and allow an inner tranquility to permeate the senses.

 

The nada yogi longs to pulse with the inner pulse of life itself.

 

ममैवांशो जीवलोके जीवभूत: सनातन: |

 

मन:षष्ठानीन्द्रियाणि प्रकृतिस्थानि कर्षति || 7||

 

mamaivansho jiva-loke jiva-bhutah sanatanah

 

manah-shashthanindriyani prakriti-sthani karshati

 

Translation

 

BG 15.7: The embodied souls in this material world are My eternal fragmental parts. But bound by material nature, they are struggling with the six senses including the mind.

 

Again, the senses cannot do anything, if the mind is not connected with them. The eyes may be wide open during sleep. They do not see anything, because the mind is not there.

 

There are six ways of controlling the Indriyas: (i) through Vichara, (ii) by will-force, (iii) by Kumbhaka (retention of breath in Pranayama), (iv) by Dama (restraint), (v) by Pratyahara (abstention) and (vi) by Vairagya and Tyaga.

 

Perfect control can be made only through Vichara.   Tapas thins out the Indriyas and eventually leads to control of mind. When the Indriyas are withdrawn from their respective objects, it is Indriya-Pratyahara. Mental abstraction takes place when the mind is disconnected with the Indriyas.

 

Pratyahara is a general, broad term which includes Dama also. The effect of Dama (restraint of Indriyas) is Pratyahara. Pratyahara is the stepping-stone to inner spiritual life. He who has succeeded in Pratyahara can concentrate his mind quite readily for a very long time. Dharana and Dhyana come automatically if Pratyahara is perfect.

 

An aspirant has to struggle hard to have mastery over Pratyahara. .. Indriyas cannot do anything without the help of the mind, their master and commander. Control of the Indriyas means control of the mind only. Control of thoughts leads to the control of mind and Indriyas also. It leads to the attainment of infinite bliss and eternal life.

 

Control of thought is indispensable.   In the advanced stages, the electrical currents, which pulsate through the nerves and even the reflex muscles, are turned off by the practitioners. This may be achieved through Pranayama.  .

 

3.09 — vyutthananirodhasanskarayorabhibhavapradurbhavau nirodhakshannachittanvayo Nirodhaparinamah – Patanjali Yoga Sutra – 5000 BC

 

Study of the silent moments between rising and restraining subliminal impressions is the transformation of consciousness towards restraint (nirodha parinamah).

 

Transformation by restraint of consciousness is achieved by study of the silent moments that occur between the rising of impressions and one’s impulse to hold them back, and between the restraining impulse and the resurgence of thought. Sensory involvement leads to attachment, desire, frustration and anger.

 

These usher in disorientation, and the eventual decay of one’s true intelligence. Through the combined techniques and resources of yama, niyama, asana, pranayama and pratyahara one learns control. These are all external means of restraining consciousness, whether one focuses on God, or the breath, or in an asana by learning to direct and disseminate consciousness. All this learning develops in the relationship between subject and object. It is relatively simple because it is a relative, dual process.

 

The stuff  you read in books and on the internet by indophiles and others is all BULLSH#T.  Just as a healthy body can resists toxins and pathogens, a healthy mind can ward off the negative sensory influences around it.

 

If you are easily disturbed by the noise and turmoil of the environment around you,  or jolted out of your mind by every small pothole of stress on the street of your life, practice  pratyahara.

 

Without it, you will not be able to meditate.

 

There are higher levels of Pratyahara.

 

Examples?

 

Prana- pratyahara — control of prana . Karma-pratyahara — control of action,  mano-pratyahara — withdrawal of mind from the senses.  These are beyond the scope of this post.

 

The first level of pratyahara, i.e. dissociation of the senses from the outside world, which prepares us to go inside for the second stage.

 

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 Kechari induces the state of Pratyahara (or withdrawal of the senses) and is used for attaining higher states of consciousness – Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi. It awakens the kundalini Shakti of the practitioner. It is said that once the mudra is mastered, the body can survive without food or water for long time.

 

Doing this mudra, the yogi gets to taste a substance that falls from the roof of the nasal cavity, which is described as ‘amrit’ or nectar. Even a snake bite does not affect a yogi who is adept in Kechari mudra. The yogi becomes immortal and can defeat death and live for a long time.

 

Without moving the Kundalini, there are no other means that will clear away the impurities of the 7200 Nadis.  The Great Goddess Kundalini, the Energy of the Self, sleeps in the Muladhara. She has the form of a serpent, having three coils and a half. As long as she is asleep in the body, (finer body), the jiva is a mere animal, and true wisdom does not arise.

 

Some of the important Mudras: Maha , Nabho , Udiyana, Maha Bandha, Maha Vedha, Kechari, Jalandhara, Yoni, Viparitakarna, Kaki, Sambhavi etc

 

Mudras will NOT be taught by a Guru, unless he sees that you are worthy of being taught. Or it is like giving a tinderbox to a mangy monkey.

 

Mudras are NOT mere finger and hand gestures . They are closed electrical circuits” of the subtle channels in physical and etheric bodies which offer psychic protection.   They have been created by ancient Hindu seers . .  They retain the efficacy of the audible shabda brahmAn with more potency.

 

The Gherand Sanhita and the Vajrayana Tantra advise that the Mudras are capable of bestowing great  psychic abilities ( siddhi ) on their practitioners.

 

Ancient Indian sculptures show various Mudras. There are 108 of them in Mantra Shastra (the book of incantations), Upasana Shastra (the book of worship and prayers) and the Nritya Shastra (the book of classical dances

 

The gains from all mudras are permanent and achieved without interfering with the natural working of the body mind or spirit.

 

By touching together of the tips of the fingers or the finger tips to other parts of the palms this free energy (Prana) is redirected back into the body along specified channels, back up to the brain. Great secrets lie in Mobius coils.

 

The redirected energy traveling through the nerves stimulates the various chakras. Keeping the hands on the knees stimulates the Gupta Nari and makes the energy start from the Mooladhara Chakra.

 

Tension applied to the nerve/s and/or the neural or psycho-neural circuits formed by the mudras help in balancing the five basic elements (or building blocks).

 

Kechari mudra  is a hatha yoga practice carried out by curling the tip of the tongue back into the mouth until it reaches above the soft palate and into the nasal cavity. In the full practice, the tongue is made long enough to do this with many months of daily tongue stretching and by gradually severing the lingual frenulum with a sharp implement over a period of months..  The goal is to attain liberation in the body, by sealing in the energy of bindu in the head so that it is not lost.

 

Practice of the bandhas along with suitable mudra can reverse cell ageing and increase cell voltage.Kechari, the king among mudras is said to prevent aging and fills the body with divine nectar (amrita).

 

Kechari induces the state of Pratyahara (or withdrawal of the senses) and is used for attaining higher states of consciousness – Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi. It awakens the kundalini Shakti of the practitioner. It is said that once the mudra is mastered, the body can survive without food or water for long time.

 

Doing this mudra, the yogi gets to taste a substance that falls from the roof of the nasal cavity, which is described as ‘amrit’ or nectar. Even a snake bite does not affect a yogi who is adept in Kechari mudra. The yogi becomes immortal and can defeat death and live for a long time.

 

There are two types of pratyahara: natural pratyahara (think sleep, rest, and relaxation) and the pratyahara that comes to us from the practice of yoga.

 

Sleep is a great example of natural pratyahara. Sleep is where the Soul loves to rest and recharge. All five senses are silent

 

Through pratyahara we travel from the outer fixation to inward revelation.  Let the dance of the soul begin-  Capt Ajit Vadakayil

 

 

 

SOUL MATTERS , PART 24- Capt Ajit Vadakayil

THIS POST IS CONTINUED FROM PART 23, BELOW–

 

the ultimate goal of practicing yoga is to achieve transcendence and to break this cyclic existence.  dharana, dhyana, and samadhi are the three states that prepare one toward this transcendental goal.

 

these three together is called samyama (sam meaning total and yama meaning to control).  samyama means complete mastery over the psychic process or complete control of mental concentration.

 

the ego is broken either by internal self-analysis/ introspection  or by objective concentration. both ways are equally applicable and effective.

 

it is the ego that prevents us from concentrating ourselves on anything, because the ego has a notion of the variety of things, and a need for appropriating various diverse characters for its own satisfaction. and inasmuch as we are preventing this kind of contact and satisfaction, it resents all forms of concentration of mind.

 

samyama is the greatest synthesis of human consciousness, the synthesis of three: dharana, dhyan, samadhi.

 

ego creates suffering without recognising it. many people carry large amount of unnecessary baggage, both mental and emotional through out their lives. they hang on to the old emotion to strengthen their identity.

 

extreme trauma in war can lead to samyama via the backdoor— such is the transcedent paradox of the human mind.

 

many traumatised war veterans , came home , just happy to be alive , totally devoid of ego. . they have stepped through the fear barrier.

 

their wives, children and friends wonder— is this the same gold diggin’ , ego laden , mean son of a bitch, who left his home for war a year ago?

 

 

when you as an individual is accruing bad karma due to inherent ego, greed , jealousy ( negativity ) –only samyama can save you

 

samyama is like the surgeon’s scalpel, the razor sharp tool of discrimination that is used for the deep introspection, which eventually uncovers the jewel of the soul in the core of our being.

 

ego laden sons of bitches have come back from a bloody war liberated from negativity —  crossing the pain barrier  gave them samyama.

 

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samyama ( transcendence ) is a state of being or existence above and beyond the limits of material experience

 

witnessing requires you to be in the moment and to see things as they are.   it enables you to respond with greater skill, intuition grace and wisdom.

 

the primary purpose of all the preparation work and the first five rungs of yoga is to build this tool called samyama

 

samyama means integration.   samyama via the front door dharana,  dhyana (the seventh limb), and samadhi (the eighth limb) taken together compose samyama.

 

samyama is the collective practice  of concentration , meditation , and samadhi , which are the sixth, seventh, and eighth of the eight rungs of yoga.   the three processes of dharana, dhyana, and samadhi, when taken together on the same object, place or point is called samyama.

 

the primary purpose of all the preparation work and the first five rungs of yoga is to build this tool called samyama.

 

dharana: concentration is the process of holding or fixing the attention of mind onto one object or place. attention leads to concentration (dharana)

 

dhyana: meditation is sustained concentration, whereby the attention continues to hold or repeat the same object or place. concentration leads to meditation (dhyana)

 

samadhi: samadhi is the deep absorption, wherein only the essence of that object, place, or point shines forth in the mind, as if the mind were devoid even of its own form. meditation leads to absorption (samadhi)

 

this blogsite exists to deliver  instant samyama via the back door – fast and sure.

 

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these are the terms used by patanjali to indicate the types or kinds of transformation which the mind passes through in its processes of concentration, meditation and samadhi – which is samyama

 

adi shankaracharya wrote 4000 years ago, that samyama is a means for jnana-yoga (path of knowledge) to achieve the state of jivanmukta

 

the deeper form of renunciation is internal renunciation which is the samyama way.

 

in the internal form of renunciation the seeker does not feel the need to give up the worldly objects themselves, rather the attachment to these worldly objects.

 

samyama is a means to reduce karmic baggage

 

thus, these past identities are not reinforced, but are attenuated  and set aside. they are not seen as self-identities, but as incorrectly perceived false identities. this leads to lesser bondage and greater freedom.

 

there is no gap between the present experience and the formation of a samskara in the subconscious mind. a specific experience leaves a specific samskara. the memory of this specific experience springs from that particular samskara only, which was formed out of that particular experience.

 

samskara is known as “residual potency” . when all vrittis or thoughts die away, the frame of the mind remains with the samskaras. this is termed the potential mind. in vedantic parlance, it is called antahkarana matra.

 

all samskaras co-exist in the mind. the vrittis slowly subside and leave traces in the mind. these traces are the samskaras. from these samskaras springs memory. if you have yogic vision, you can vividly notice the marvels that take place in the mental factory of an individual, how the vritti arises in the mind-lake, how it subsides and how a samskara is formed.

 

you will be struck with wonder. samyama over these samskaras brings out the direct knowledge of the residual potencies. a yogin brings into direct consciousness the previous life-states by getting direct knowledge of their samskaras.

 

3.04–   trayam ekatra samyama   patanjali yoga sutra 5000 bc

 

these three together – dharana, dhyana and samadhi – make up integration or samyama.   in samyama the three are a single thread, evolving from uninterrupted attention to samadhi.

 

the word “samyama” is comprised of two parts: sam, meaning “together,” and yama, meaning “discipline.”. it is the tool used to reach the subtler levels of non-attachment. a sharp tool of discrimination used for deep introspection, it uncovers our true nature. the finest discrimination eventually leads to liberation, which then allows us to move past our ignorance and ego.

 

 samyama means perfect control of the mind

 

samyama, is a state of immobility, and a samyami is one who represses his passions and stays motionless  dharana, dhyana and samadhi intermingle to become samyama, or integration. the intermingling of mind, intelligence and consciousness is samyama of the three. the vision of the seer is equivalent to nirbija samadhi.

 

advanced yogis can reach this state by mere yoga nidra — tip of forefinger meeting thumb.  a yogi who is can do samyama defeats all ‘cognitive obscurations’ ( kleshas).

 

samyama means perfect control of the mind.  here it is a technical name for three inseparable processes of dharana, dhyana and samadhi taken collectively.  samyama is the state of resting in deep inner silence  (samadhi), along with the ability to pick up a thought (focus/dharana) and let it go inward (meditation/dhyana).

 

if thoughts are coming, we just let them go without entertaining them. in samyama practice we do not entertain the mantra either. we start by not favoring anything but being easy in our silence, however much silence we have from our just completed meditation session, and naturally present in us from our months or years of daily meditation.

 

this is the starting point for samyama — silence. the only prerequisite for doing samyama practice is having some inner silence. because releasing into silence puts us in touch with our inner stillness, beyond the reflections and reactions of surface thinking. we suddenly have “broadband access” to our deepest levels of will and awareness, if only we will stay out of our own way by allowing our awareness to rest in silence, after we have released the thought or feeling, using the samyama technique.

 

this can be difficult at first for a raw yogi aspirant, but with practice and faith (trusting the process and the answers that come up from this stillness) it gets easier and more natural.samyama is a practice by which the yogi can gain tremendous knowledge and power. it can be applied with a focus on any one object at a time.

 

when it is practiced on an object, the yogi practicing samyama is able to dive deep and find the truest knowledge of the object. the yogi should begin by focusing on tangible objects, then refining their practice as they shift to subtler objects. regular practice of samyama will firm a yogi’s knowledge of samadhi, making it more natural and lucid..pratyahara cleanses the mind

 

patanjali has very carefully used the word ‘prajnalokah’. it is the light of consciousness. prajna is consciousness, intelligence, understanding, illumination, enlightenment, whatever we may call it, and aloka is light. prajnalokah is the light of inner illumination. that is what will follow when samyama is practised. 

 

सर्वाणीन्द्रियकर्माणि प्राणकर्माणि चापरे |

 

आत्मसंयमयोगाग्नौ जुह्वति ज्ञानदीपिते || 27||   Bhagavad Gita 4000 BC

 

sarvanindriya-karmani prana-karmani chapare

 

atma-sanyama-yogagnau juhvati jnana-dipite

 

translation

 

bg 4.27: some, inspired by knowledge, offer the functions of all their senses and their life energy in the fire of the controlled mind.

 

control of the ego by better  understanding of the divine behind it is called atma-samyama-yoga i.e.  the yoga of self-restraint. all the activities of sense organs and the organs  of action as well as the objects of the senses together with the functions of  the prana are offered into the knowledge-kindled fire of right  understanding i.e. meditation which is one-pointed discriminative wisdom. the  idea conveyed here is that by stopping all activities, the sages concentrate  the mind on the soul.

 

there are seven frontiers to be integrated between the seen (prakrti) and the seer (purusa). they comprise – integration of the body (safira samyama), the senses (indriya samyama), energy (prana samyama), mind (mano samyama), intellect (buddhi samyama), consciousness (citta samyama) and soul (atma samyama), each realising its own individual identity. expertise in yoga will bring this sevenfold knowledge.

 

the samskaras or deep impressions naturally arise through a transition phase between inactive and active. those samskaras also naturally return from the active phase to the inactive. when there is a convergence (anyaya) of the attention with the rising and falling transitions, a high degree of mastery comes. this is an extremely subtle process of samyama

 

the various likes and dislikes in the mind are vrittis. it is the urge that is felt inside the mind itself which propels it towards something outside, whether it is a physical object or a conceptual notion. this urge within is an impediment. an ekagrata vritti is not normally present in the mind. it has to be brought about; it has to be introduced by effort. this is samyama; this is, precisely, yoga.

 

through his purity of consciousness, the yogi directly realises the nature of his own mind and consciousness, and also that of others. pratyaya means perceiving the content of the mind.. by mastery over his own mind and consciousness, the yogi develops an extrasensory perception and can read the minds of others.

 

by samyama on the notions or presented ideas comes knowledge of another’s mind.we, as inner observer, are actually watching the inner screen of our own mind field. whether we are talking about the thought process of another person, or the data brought in through the eyes, ears, or other senses, that information is imprinted on our own field of mind, somewhat like a movie is projected on a screen.

 

then, we, as the inner observer, experience the presentation on that screen. by samyama on the distinguishing signs of others’ bodies, knowledge of their mental images is obtained. samyama on the changes that arise in an individual’s mind and their consequences develops in one the ability to acutely observe the state of mind of others.

 

he would not know the contents of the mind by making a samyama on the body. there would be required a twofold samyama, first on the signs in the body, and then on the mind itself. the yogi would then know everything that is in that mind.

 

तानि सर्वाणि संयम्य युक्त आसीत मत्पर: |

 

वशे हि यस्येन्द्रियाणि तस्य प्रज्ञा प्रतिष्ठिता || 61||  Bhagavad Gita 4000 BC

 

tani sarvani sanyamya yukta asita mat-parah

 

vashe hi yasyendriyani tasya prajna pratishthita

 

translation

 

bg 2.61: they are established in perfect knowledge, who subdue their senses and keep their minds ever absorbed in me.

 

3.34— pratibhad va sarvam – patajali yoga sutra 5000 bc

 

through the faculty of spiritual perception, the yogi becomes the knower of all knowledge — vibhuti pada.

 

a yogi can intuitively perceive anything and everything. by samyama on the radiant light, he becomes the knower of all knowledge. all knowledge is mirrored in a yogi. in short, as day succeeds dawn, impulsive nature is transformed into intuitive thought, by which the yogi possesses universal knowledge.

 

it is the conquest of nature.when a man has risen to a high state of pratibha, he has that great light. all things are apparent to him. everything comes to him naturally without making samyama.through the faculty of spiritual perception the yogi becomes the knower of all knowledge.

 

3.35— hridaye chittasanvit  – patanjali yoga sutra 5000 bc

 

by samyama on the region of the heart, the yogi acquires a thorough knowledge of the contents and tendencies of consciousness.

 

by samyama, a yogi can become aware of consciousness and of true, pure knowledge. he learns to unfold and tap the source of his being, and identify himself with the supreme. by samyama on the heart, the knowledge of the mind-stuff is obtained. a person whose mind is jumpy, whose emotions are reactive and who is still linked to the cultural affairs of this world, cannot develop samadhi.

 

3.36— sattvapurushayoratyantasankeernnayoh pratyayavishesho bhogah pararthatvat svarthasanyamat purushajnanam   patanjali yoga sutra 5000 bc

 

by samyama, the yogi easily differentiates between the intelligence and the soul, which is real and true.

 

since it serves the purposes of the self and nature, pure intelligence and the seer appear to be one, but they are quite dissimilar from each other. by samyama on that which exists for itself, comes knowledge of the soul. the refined, illuminative intelligence (sattva buddhi) is free from egoism.

 

 it is quite dissimilar from the light of the soul. samyama on one’s own self brings to light the difference between intelligence and self and coronates the yogi with the knowledge of the soul.. the soul being immutable, its light is constant, steady and unalterable. to the sadhaka, the intellect appears to be purusa. by samyama, the yogi has to disentangle the knot that binds the intellect and the soul, and isolate the refined intelligence. F

 

rom this follows isolation of the senses, mind and ego, and ultimately the release of the light of the soul. samyama on the pure consciousness, which is distinct from the subtlest aspect of mind, reveals knowledge of that pure consciousness. the power of non-attachment acquired through purity gives the yogi the enlightenment called pratibha.

 

3.42— shrotrakashayoh sanbandhasanyamad divyan shrotram  patanjali yoga sutra 5000 bc

 

by sarhyama on the relation between space and sound, the yogi acquires the power of hearing distant and divine sounds. the organ of hearing, the ear, grasps sound in space. this is the conquest of akasha

 

the entire vedas ( sruti ) were heard by seers while in their meditative trances. the inner ear gives the cycloid spiral space curve motion. vedic seers used the inner ear method for bending space time.  by samyama over the relation between akasha (one of the five elements) and the power of hearing, the higher, divine power of hearing comes.

 

3.43— kayakashayoh sanbandhasanyamal aghutoolasamapatteshchakashagamanam    patnjali yoga sutra 5000 bc

 

this sutra describes moving through space. the samyama allows a releasing or a cessation of the process of heaviness or earth element. then, the natural lightness is experienced. it is not that a new quality of lightness is being attained or added on. rather, it is a ceasing to be connected with the quality of earth or heaviness of body. this does not  mean levitation of the physical body. it means the use of the subtle body.

 

3.44— bahirakalpita vrittirmahavideha tatah prakashavarannakshayah  patanjaliyoga sutra 5000 bc

 

by samyama on mahavideha (the disembodied state), where consciousness functions outside the body, the veil covering the light of illumination is destroyed.

 

by samyama on thought waves unidentified by and external to the body [maha-videha, or the great bodilessness], the veil over the light of the soul is destroyed. when the formless thought patterns of mind are projected outside of the body, it is called maha-videha, a great disincarnate one. by samyama on that outward projection, the veil over the spiritual light is removed.

 

3.45— sthoolasvaroopasookshmanvayarthavattva samyamadbhootajayah  patanjali yoga sutra 5000 bc

 

by samyama on the elements – their mass, forms, subtlety, conjunction and purposes, the yogi becomes lord over them all.

 

by restraint, the yogi gains control over the gross and subtle elements of nature, their forms and gunas, as well as their purpose. the universe is created from the constituents of the basic elements of nature – earth (prthvi), water (ap), fire (tejas), air (vayu) and ether (akasa). each element possesses five attributes – mass (sthula), subtlety (suksma), form (svarupa), all-pervasiveness or interpenetration (anvaya), and purpose or fruition (arthavatva).

 

 the characteristics of the gross forms of elements comprise solidity, fluidity, heat, mobility and volume. their subtle counterparts are smell, taste, sight, touch and sound. their all-pervasiveness or interpenetration are the three gunas, and their purpose is either worldly enjoyment or freedom and beatitude. the earth element has five properties of sound, touch, sight, taste and smell. water possesses four – sound, touch, sight and taste. fire has three – sound, touch and sight. air comprises sound and touch. ether has only the one quality of sound .

 

by samyama on the gross and subtle elements and on their essential nature, correlations and purpose, mastery over them is gained. when the elements are mastered one is no longer disturbed by them.

 

the body reaches perfection and extraordinary capabilities become possible. by making samyama on the gross and fine forms of the elements, their essential traits, the inherence of the gunas in them and on their contributing to the experience of the soul, comes mastery of the elements.

 

3.46— tatoanimadipradurbhavah kayasanpat taddharmanabhighatashch  patanjaliyoga sutra 5000 bc

 

from that arises perfection of the body, the ability to resist the play of the elements, and powers such as minuteness.

 

from samyama on the elements, their counterparts, forms, conjunctions and fruits, the yogi develops the eight supernatural powers and gains perfect wealth of the body without falling victim to the obstacles posed by the elements.. when the yogi develops the mystic skills, he finds that the subtle body is perfected to such a degree that the nadis, subtle tubes within it carry a subtle fluid which is as crystal clear as pure water..

 

some of this purity filters into the gross body and the yogi is said to perform miracles. perfection in the body means good features, attractiveness to others, physical firmness, and unusual physical strength.

 

3.48— grahannasvaroopasmitanvayarthavattvasanyamad indriyajayah  patanjali yoga sutra 5000 bc

 

through samyama upon the purpose of the conjunction of the process of knowing, the ego, and nature, there is mastery over the senses.

 

by samyama upon the natural states of the senses of perception, their function and receptivity, with or without their conjunction with nature and the perception of the individual self (tumtta), the yogi recognises the purpose of the alignment of nature, senses and soul and gains mastery over them all.

 

here patanjali describes the five specific qualities, particularly in relation to the senses of perception and the ego. the properties of the senses of perception include – knowing their own natural state; cognition or recognition of external objects; the reason for this contact; and the involvement of the individual soul in these states, which changes it from objective to subjective.

 

that it is possible to turn inwards. this reflection on the receptivity of the senses and mind can now be diverted and directed by the intelligence toward exploring the realm of the seer so that senses, mind and ego are brought to rest permanently in the abode of the soul.

 

by samyama on the process of perception and action, essence, i-ness, connectedness, and purposefulness of senses and acts, mastery over those senses and acts (indriyas) is attained. samyama on the five cognitive senses or means of perception (jnanendriyas) brings mastery over those senses. samyama on the five means of actions (karmendriyas) brings mastery over those means of action.

 

however, these practices of samyama are purposively done in conjunction with ones own individuality and essence. it is the samyama on the relationship, which is the key. repeatedly, the nature of relationship is examined in the yoga sutras, so that the false identities can be broken, allowing the true soul to be experienced , beyond the layers of ignorance or avidya

 

3.53— kshannatatkramayoh sanyamadavivekajam jnanam  patanjaliyoga sutra  5000 bc

 

by samyama on moment and on the continuous flow of moments, the yogi gains exhilarated knowledge, free from the limitations of time and space.

 

by samyama on the continuous flow of moments which move in a succession known as time, the yogi gets direct understanding of time and relativity. a moment in time is timeless, and that this timelessness is real and eternal, whereas its movement is restrained to the past and the future. movement is timebound, transitory and ever-changing. the moment is everlasting, changeless, sacred – it is, in fact, the secret of samadhi.

 

bhagawad gita teaches us to live in the present moment because it is all that one really has. the ‘elsewhere’ or ‘otherwise’ mentality, to which one is bound by psychological time, compels one to emasculate the present reality with the illusory unreality. by samyama on single moments in sequence comes discriminative knowledge.by samyama on moment and on the continuous flow of moments, the yogi gains exalted knowledge, free from the limitations of time and space. experience usually comes like a movie.

 

it only appears to be an unfolding process, whereas it is actually independent events. it is like the movie film being many independent frames, all of which coexist on the same reel. however, when you look at those frames sequentially, there is the appearance of a uniform and unfolding event or process.

 

when samyama is done on the moments and the process of succession, the higher knowledge of what is really going on is revealed. one comes to see the nature of movie production of the mind and virtually the whole of the creation process. this opens the door to the realization of the truth

 

for a sadhaka, who is adept in samyama, siddhis  are very normal. in fact, their frequent use gets him away from the best of all siddhis, namely, kaivalya.

 

part 3 of vedas aranyakas stolen by jew rothschild  deal with samyama.

 

yama and samyama form the start and culmination of yoga practices. yama is personal practices consisting of ahimsa (noninjury), satya (truthfulness), asteya (not appropriating what belongs to others), brahmacharya (moving toward ultimate truth or brahman), and aparigraha (nonacceptance of gifts).

 

this is followed by niyama which are restraints of saucha (purity), santosha (content), tapah (penance), svaadyaaya (study), and isvara pranidhana (surrender to a higher principle). samyama is bringing together the last three stages of the practices, namely, dharana, dhyana, and samadhi.

 

samyama is the greatest synthesis of human consciousness, the synthesis of three: dharana, dhyan, samadhi.

 

attention leads to concentration (dharana).concentration leads to meditation (dhyana).meditation leads to absorption (samadhi).

 

meditation / introspection (along with concentration and samadhi) is a tool for examining the inner world, so as to experience the center of consciousness. with meditation, there is still an observer observing an observed.

 

when the observer becomes so absorbed in the process of observing the object that there seems to be only the object, that is the beginning of samadhi.

 

it is as if the observer, the process of observing, and the object being observed all three collapse in such a way that the only thing remaining is the object. when this deep absorption happens, meditation becomes samadhi. he ability to allow concentration to go into meditation, and to then allow meditation to go into samadhi is a process called samyama.

 

samyama means perfect control of the mind.  samyama is a name for three inseparable processes of dharana, dhyana and samadhi taken collectively. by the practice of samyama, the yogi gets knowledge and powers.

 

the three processes are practised on any one object successively at the same time. when a man can direct his mind to any particular object and fix it there, and then keep it there for a long time, separating the object from the internal part, this is samyama

 

samyama is a powerful weapon for the yogi. just as the archer aims at the gross objects at first, and then takes to subtle objects, so also the yogi does samyama on gross objects and then takes to subtle objects. he does great deal of practice and ascends the yogic ladder rung by rung.

 

when one has succeeded in making this samyama, all powers come under his control. this is the great instrument of the yogi. the objects of knowledge are infinite, and they are divided into the gross, grosser, grossest and the fine, finer, finest and so on.

 

this samyama should be first applied to gross things, and when you begin to get knowledge of this gross, slowly, by stages, it should be brought to finer things. when the mind has attained to that state when it identifies itself with the internal impression of the object, leaving the external, and when, by long practice, that is retained by the mind and the mind can get into that state in a moment, that is samyama.

 

if the yogi can make a samyama on these past impressions in the mind, he will begin to remember all his past lives.

 

when a yogi makes a samyama on his own karma, upon those impressions in his mind which are now working, and those which are just waiting to work, he knows exactly by those that are waiting when his body will fall.

 

in the tv series breaking bad walt heinsenberg achieves samyama in the past hour of his life—  all storms weathered , lifes seas crossed .

 

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samyama ( transcendence ) is a state of being or existence above and beyond the limits of material experience

 

witnessing requires you to be in the moment and to see things as they are.   it enables you to respond with greater skill, intuition grace and wisdom.

 

the witness is the silent,  peaceful centre of your being.   it is from this perspective that you view your mind, the eternally changing, thinking, emoting, feeling, remembering, desiring part of you.

 

the primary purpose of all the preparation work and the first five rungs of yoga is to build this tool called samyama

 

samyama means integration.   samyama via the front door dharana,  dhyana (the seventh limb), and samadhi (the eighth limb) taken together compose samyama.

 

samyama is the collective practice  of concentration , meditation , and samadhi , which are the sixth, seventh, and eighth of the eight rungs of yoga.   the three processes of dharana, dhyana, and samadhi, when taken together on the same object, place or point is called samyama.

 

when the mind is under control (vashikara), then that mind can be used as an instrument to explore the subtler components of the mind field, including the samskaras themselves, which are the deep impressions driving karma

 

once the mind is reasonably stabilized and clear , the deeper process of yoga can begin. the mind eventually becomes like a transparent crystal , and is a purified tool for the subtler explorations of the gross and subtle levels. such a mind can explore the whole range of objects, even the smallest or largest

 

the experience and repeated practice of pranayama thins the veil of karma, which usually clouds the inner light, allowing that to come shining through

 

pratyahara is the withdrawal of the senses (indriyas) of cognition and action from both the external world and the images or impressions in the mind field . the senses are said to follow the mind in the same way the hive of bees follows the queen bee. wherever she goes, they will follow. similarly, if the mind truly goes inward, the senses will come racing behind.

 

once the inner light dawns through samyama , it is used to examine the stages of subtle objects, whether normally veiled or far away. the finest discrimination finally leads to liberation

 

so so soa btm ( behenji turned mod )  chutney mary,  wearing a micro mini skirt ,  without undies inside –  revealing her private parts on a busy street – wearing dark goggles, her eyes darting here and there  kaun dekh raha hai humko—  ( she is happy even if an old dying leper beggar looks at her ) 

 

this pathetic  miserable bitch , needs samyama , right ? 

 

people who can’t meet their base needs have a hard time living on purpose and expressing their gifts.

 

people who are in constant survival mode have a hard time living in service to others.

 

the greed and selfishness of kosher corporations mired in a world of dog eat dog competition use up resources that preclude many humans from moving into maslow’s being needs.

 

this greed and selfishness is a extreme form of violence against humanity.

 

this blogsite exists to deliver  instant samyama via the back door – fast and sure.

 

i have my methods .

 

there are various types of transformations, such as nirodha parinama, samadhi parinama, ekagrata parinama, dharma parinama, lakshana parinama and avastha parinama. these are the terms used by patanjali to indicate the types or kinds of transformation which the mind passes through in its processes of concentration, meditation and samadhi – which is samyama.

 

when sushumna awakens, kundalini ascends straight to sahasrara and one becomes a jivanmukta, a liberated soul .adi shankaracharya wrote 4000 years ago, that samyama is a means for jnana-yoga (path of knowledge) to achieve the state of jivanmukta

 

the deeper form of renunciation is internal renunciation which is the samyama way.

 

in the internal form of renunciation the seeker does not feel the need to give up the worldly objects themselves, rather the attachment to these worldly objects.

 

samyama is a means to reduce karmic baggage

 

the last three rungs of yoga: dharana (concentration), dhyana (meditation), and samadhi are the final three rungs of yoga.

 

 

3.18— sanskarasakshatkaranat poorvajatijnanam  patanjali yoga sutra 5000 bc

 

through direct perception of his subliminal impressions, the yogi gains knowledge of his previous lives.

 

the yogi is able to recall the impressions of past incarnations which have influenced his present life.. samskaras lead to karma: the samskaras originally led to our karma, and because of this the yogi wants to examine and eventually eliminate those samskaras.

 

past life regression can create further bondage: to a typical person seeking past life regression, there is a seeking out of a replay in the inner field of mind, so as to increase knowledge about ourselves.

 

this is the coming through into the conscious state of the inner process from the subtle mind. samyama on the samskaras brings freedom: however, to the yogi doing samyama  on these deeper samskaras themselves (deep impressions), there comes increasing clarity about the way the samskaras have clouded the self-identity and obscured self-realization.

 

 thus, these past identities are not reinforced, but are attenuated  and set aside. they are not seen as self-identities, but as incorrectly perceived false identities. this leads to lesser bondage and greater freedom.

 

attainments and obstacles: as with the other subtle experiences this is seen to be both an attainment and an obstacle, and is set aside with non-attachment . by making samyama on previous thought-waves, one obtains knowledge of one’s past lives.

 

 samyama on one’s tendencies and habits will lead one to their origins. consequently one gains deep knowledge of one’s past. through the direct perception of the latent impressions (samskaras) comes the knowledge of previous incarnations. samskara is known as “residual potency” also. by doing a pilgrimage to sabarimala ( proper  41 day vrat ) , past soul samskaras causing phobias and persistent vices in current life are burnt.

 

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the aim of a sadhaka is to fry out or burn or obliterate all these samskaras through nirbija samadhi

 

all samskaras co-exist in the mind. the vrittis slowly subside and leave traces in the mind. these traces are the samskaras. from these samskaras springs memory.

 

such knowledge can hardly be acquired in universities or in single messiah holy books .  a yogin of sanatana dharma alone can impart this knowledge to deserving aspirants.

 

listen up

 

when you look into the mirror– what you see is not “you”

 

you are are seeing a human cadaver in which you have taken shelter for this birth on planet earth  — like a hat or a shirt

 

one day you will die and your soul ( you- a ball of energy  ) will exit — and park in one of the bottom six astral layers –awaiting next re-induction on planet earth in the body of a baby in some mothers womb –could be somalia / japan / africa / alaska –whatever

 

now understand the wisdom

 

you are on a raft floating on a river.   this raft if swiftly going down stream propelled by the river current towards a waterfall — for the final plunge( death )…

 

you cant stop this plunge to death

 

while on the raft , you are fishing ..  you cant eat more than 3 fishes day

 

yet some greedy criminals , they steal fish from other rafts .. they overfish and store these fishes in a fish bank ashore –the banks ( call it a computer )

 

rich criminals can never see all the fish ( money ) they have stashed away ashore

 

what is the use of all this hoarded fish ( money -land -gold ) ?

 

for all your know,  your grandchild may be the person ( soul ) from whose raft you stole fish –in his next birth

 

where is the wisdom in stealing and hoarding fish for next 100 generations?

 

rothschild has cornered all the wealth on this planet

 

in his next life he could be some pirate in somalia or some rohingya refugee in some camp

 

after death — the king and the pawn goes into the same box ( one of the bottom six astral layers )

 

what is all this bullshit one-up-manship while alive ?

 

be happy while alive– dont overfish — fish enough to provide for yourself and your children ( who will take care of their own children with some left over fish –if required )

 

your worst enemy today could be your great grandson

 

remember– we were all born with the stars –at the same split second.. you great great grandfather and you were born at the same instant.

 

who am i ?

 

if you understand this –and live in the moment –your karmic baggage will reduce –because you will not be a son of a bitch after that

 

death is a great leveler

 

the purpose of life is to be happy ( not by screwing somebody elses happiness ) -and being creative — and graceful.

 

in the next census —

 

ask every man or woman– who is above 18 ( unmarried )

 

what religion do you want to be in ?

 

today 99% of muslims , christians and sikhs are born into a religion .

 

their forefathers could have been scared of the sword — or greedy of the sops

 

millions of hindus converted to islam to avoid compulsory jizya taxes — an islamic extorsion

 

millions of hindus converted to christianity, because they were made self loathing by jew rothschild ..

 

mind you muslim invaders were pretty straight forward–convert or die. they never indulged in deceiving the soul

 

today agents of christianity hangs around every kidney dialysis hospital–offering free dialysis if he converts his whole family

 

exploting vulnerability is the worst trait of a human– i never did it at sea , as a ship captain..

 

all my crew knew this.. that is why they tolerated me – a martinet –one of the toughest captains at sea

 

today –till we have a proper census –india is for everybody

 

mind you– muslims in india did not want to go to pakistan .. overnight cow heads were seen in temples and pig heads in mosques–

 

rothschilds media reported riots and killings –when there were none even after this grave provocation

 

the exodus of hindus to pakistan was the greatest example of “false flag attack” and “hegelian dialectic”

 

free mason jews gandhi and nehru played ball ..

 

sanatana dharma gives you the wisdom to follows the laws of the universe , be creative and live in harmony.

 

if enough souls focus their energy upon peace, we will have peace.

 

 

 

 

SOUL MATTERS, PART 25—Capt Ajit Vadakayil

THIS POST IS CONTINUED FROM PART 24, BELOW–

 

 

every living entity is a soul. according to bhagavatam there are as many souls as there are atoms in the universe.

 

in this material world there are as many living entities as atoms. among these living entities, a very few are human beings, and among them, few are interested in following religious principles. sb 6.14.4

 

इन्द्रियाणि पराण्याहुरिन्द्रियेभ्य: परं मन: |

 

मनसस्तु परा बुद्धिर्यो बुद्धे: परतस्तु : || 42||

 

indriyani paranyahur indriyebhyah param manah

 

manasas tu para buddhir yo buddheh paratas tu sah

 

translation

 

bg 3.42: the senses are superior to the gross body, and superior to the senses is the mind. beyond the mind is the intellect, and even beyond the intellect is the soul.

 

the soul is a splintered piece of brahman, a ball of scalar energy,albeit at lower frequency, sent on earth to gather experience..

 

EARTH IS THE SCHOOL OF BRAHMAN.. BRAHMAN KNOWS EVERYTHING.

 

brahman gets feedback from moksha souls which merge with the mother field after raising their frequency to highest level of mother field brahman.. moksha souls have zero karmic baggage and zero ego.. 

 

this is advanced quantum physics, divine energy play, not savage superstition.

 

त्वेवाहं जातु नासं त्वं नेमे जनाधिपाः |

 

चैव भविष्याम: सर्वे वयमत: परम् || 12||

 

na tvevaham jatu nasam na tvam neme janadhipah

 

na chaiva na bhavishyamah sarve vayamatah param

 

translation

 

bg 2.12: never was there a time when i did not exist, nor you, nor all these kings; nor in the future shall any of us cease to be.

 

अपरेयमितस्त्वन्यां प्रकृतिं विद्धि मे पराम् |

 

जीवभूतां महाबाहो ययेदं धार्यते जगत् || 5||

 

apareyam itas tvanyam prakritim viddhi me param

 

jiva-bhutam maha-baho yayedam dharyate jagat

 

translation

 

bg 7.5: such is my inferior energy. but beyond it, o mighty-armed arjun, i have a superior energy. this is the jīva śhakti (the soul energy), which comprises the embodied souls who are the basis of life in this world.

 

बन्धुरात्मात्मनस्तस्य येनात्मैवात्मना जित: |

 

अनात्मनस्तु शत्रुत्वे वर्ते तात्मैव शत्रुवत् || 6||

 

bandhur atmatmanas tasya yenatmaivatmana jitah

 

anatmanas tu shatrutve vartetatmaiva shatru-vat

 

translation

 

bg 6.6: for those who have conquered the mind, it is their friend. for those who have failed to do so, the mind works like an enemy.

 

thoughts are electric,  feelings are magnetic , intentions are scalar, the soul is made of pure awareness- scalar energy- capt ajit vadakayil

 

भूमिरापोऽनलो वायु: खं मनो बुद्धिरेव |

 

अहङ्कार इतीयं मे भिन्ना प्रकृतिरष्टधा || 4||

 

bhumir-apo ’nalo vayuh kham mano buddhir eva cha

 

ahankara itiyam me bhinna prakritir ashtadha

 

translation

 

bg 7.4: earth, water, fire, air, space, mind, intellect, and ego—these are eight components of my material energy.

 

चञ्चलं हि मन: कृष्ण प्रमाथि बलवद्दृढम् |

 

तस्याहं निग्रहं मन्ये वायोरिव सुदुष्करम् || 34||

 

chanchalam hi manah krishna pramathi balavad dridham

 

tasyaham nigraham manye vayor iva su-dushkaram

 

translation

 

bg 6.34: the mind is very restless, turbulent, strong and obstinate, o krishna. it appears to me that it is more difficult to control than the wind.

 

श्रीभगवानुवाच |

 

असंशयं महाबाहो मनो दुर्निग्रहं चलम् |

 

अभ्यासेन तु कौन्तेय वैराग्येण गृह्यते || 35||

 

shri bhagavan uvacha

 

asanshayam maha-baho mano durnigraham chalam

 

abhyasena tu kaunteya vairagyena cha grihyate

 

translation

 

bg 6.35: lord krishna said: o mighty-armed son of kunti, what you say is correct; the mind is indeed very difficult to restrain. but by practice and detachment, it can be controlled.

 

mind is collection of thoughts. nothing else.

 

the soul is pure consciousness. from this consciousness, ego arises as a phantom. that is the first thought. it is identification with the body, with the sense of doership(agency). it arises because of imbalance in the 3 gunas which are part of nature.

 

gita advices us to overcome the mind. the mind merges in the soul and man realizes the truth.

 

the upanishads talk about “panchakoshas”, the five sheaths that cover the soul. these are nothing but metaphorical representations of the body-mind-intellect complex that we take as “i” and “mine”. once these layers are shed, the soul, or atman is realised.

 

unless one knows what is superimposition, he is going nowhere in the path of realisation. superimposition (adhyasa) is the mixing up of the real and unreal.

 

when we say, “i am walking”, we think the body is “i”. when we say, “my legs are paining”, we are seeing the body as different from “i”. this innate confusion is the cause of all transactions and consequent suffering in the world.

 

all devices mentioned in the scriptures(like the panchakosha doctrine) use the method of “adhyaropa-apavada”, “deliberate superimposition and subsequent negation” to help a seeker realise the soul. in order to know what one is , it is enough to show what one is not

 

अश्रद्दधाना: पुरुषा धर्मस्यास्य परन्तप |

 

अप्राप्य मां निवर्तन्ते मृत्युसंसारवर्त्मनि || 3||

 

ashraddadhanah purusha dharmasyasya parantapa

 

aprapya mam nivartante mrityu-samsara-vartmani

 

translation

 

bg 9.3: people who have no shraddha in this dharma are unable to attain me, o conqueror of enemies. they repeatedly come back to this world in the cycle of birth and death.

 

अपरेयमितस्त्वन्यां प्रकृतिं विद्धि मे पराम् |

 

जीवभूतां महाबाहो ययेदं धार्यते जगत् || 5||

 

apareyam itas tvanyam prakritim viddhi me param

 

jiva-bhutam maha-baho yayedam dharyate jagat

 

translation

 

bg 7.5: such is my inferior energy. but beyond it, o mighty-armed arjun, i have a superior energy. this is the jīva śhakti (the soul energy), which comprises the embodied souls who are the basis of life in this world.

 

उदारा: सर्व एवैते ज्ञानी त्वात्मैव मे मतम् |

 

आस्थित: हि युक्तात्मा मामेवानुत्तमां गतिम् || 18||

 

udarah sarva evaite jnani tvatmaiva me matam

 

asthitah sa hi yuktatma mam evanuttamam gatim

 

translation

 

bg 7.18: all those who have shraddha in me are indeed noble. but those in knowledge, who are of steadfast mind, whose intellect is merged in me, and who have made me alone as their supreme goal, i consider as my very self.

 

अथ चैनं नित्यजातं नित्यं वा मन्यसे मृतम् |

 

तथापि त्वं महाबाहो नैवं शोचितुमर्हसि || 26||

 

atha chainam nitya-jatam nityam va manyase mritam

 

tathapi tvam maha-baho naivam shochitum arhasi

 

translation

 

bg 2.26: if, however, you think that the soul is subject to constant birth and death, o mighty-armed arjun, even then you should not grieve like this.

 

beeja mantras were developed to create balance and harmony in the human body, mind and soul.

 

beej mantras also known as vedic seed mantras are the core mantras or sounds endowed with great spiritual powers, they are called the audible seed version of all the deities . they form part of several mantra compositions and hence they are like the batteries of mantras.

 

when chanted with concentration beej mantras act like a protective shield surrounding them and protecting from all dangers.. beej mantras can defragment souls.

 

 a beej mantra is the shortest form of a mantra just like a beej (seed) which when sown grows into a tree. when recited together these beej mantras give humans a lot of positive energy. they are the vibrations, and represent the “call” of the soul.

 

it is a belief that when the universe was created then the sounds produced during the cosmic evolution were basically the beej mantras. after attaining knowledge of the beej mantras and understanding its connections with mind, body & soul, the individual can use subtle energy to heal physical and psychological ailments.

 

surya namaskar is useless without the associated sanskrit mantras.. the calendar of vadakayil kalki ashram gives the mantras..

 

there is god inside every living thing –as a ball of energy known as soul.

 

this  soul is a splinter part of brahman ( god )– this is why in kerala kalari warriors do namaste to an enemy before battle. fight to finish

 

 

jivan mukt sages can do astral travel.    their soul leave the body takes a ride and them re-enters the prana surcharged body.

 

 

hindus must cremate the dead body–

 

while the body burns , your skull pops and creates a personal tsunami wave ( solition carrier wave ) and your soul rides up to any of the lower 6 astral layers .

 

no other soul trapped on earth can take a piggy back ride .

 

if your skull does not pop your eldest son must break your skull with a heavy rod to generate that soliton wave while being cremated.

 

if you are buried ( like muslims/ christians/ veerashaivas ) you ( soul ) is trapped on earth forever –to be miserable and lost.

 

evolution is your ( souls ) evolution up the ladder —  up the 7 astral layers.

 

evolution is not mad man charles darwins bullshit theory of man to monkey.

 

we do shraddh for our dead parents after death , so that your parents soul can get one layer lift propelled by gratitude — like how army officers in india are promoted by one rank after retirement ( for better pension )

 

in sanatana dharma deceased ancestors (pitar) are protectors of the blood lineage.  if kuladharma like the rituals of shraddha is followed, purity of the lineage is certain.  there will be no perverted homosexuals.

 

 

tila tarpan means offering black sesame seeds mixed in water to the deceased ancestors’ souls. by this process positive energy is imparted to the soul parked in one of the 7 energy astral planes (corresponding to the 7 chakras ).

 

due to the nonperformance of rituals like pinda shraddha and offering water to deceased ancestors etc, the ancestors of such people (who do not perform shraaddh) have to reside in the lower gross energy planes  .  this results in stagnation and erosion of the descendants .

 

souls which obtained moksha parked  in the highest 7th plane ( vaikunta ) do not need any such help.

 

rig veda 10.14.7

 

parent: sukta 14

 

प्रेहि॒ प्रेहि॑ प॒थिभि॑: पू॒र्व्येभि॒र्यत्रा॑ न॒: पूर्वे॑ पि॒तर॑: परे॒युः उ॒भा राजा॑ना स्व॒धया॒ मद॑न्ता य॒मं प॑श्यासि॒ वरु॑णं दे॒वम्

 

the spiritually potent mantras that are chanted during the ritual of shraddha have the subtle power of providing momentum to the soul of the  deceased ancestor so that they can be turbo boosted  to a higher plane of lesser karmic baggage.

 

as per hindu scriptures, due to insatiated and disturbed deceased ancestor’s souls there is possibility of distress like not getting married, marital disharmony,  not conceiving,  abortion, giving birth to a mentally retarded or handicapped baby,  producing homosexual babies, getting nightmares, seeing snakes in dreams , lack of rem sleep etc.

 

shraddha impies self reliance , an independent sense of right or wrong , reliance on own conscience and couraage of ones soul convictions

 

in bhagavad gita any mention of bhakti or devotion is poison injected. sanatana dharma allows only shraddha

 

shraddha impies self reliance , an independent sense of right or wrong , reliance on own conscience and courage of ones soul convictions

 

the  fake “bhakti movement” with all its fake heroes ( like dasas) were used by jew rothschild to divide and rule

 

श्रद्धावान् लभते ज्ञानं तत्पर: संयतेन्द्रिय: |

 

ज्ञानं लब्ध्वा परां शान्तिमचिरेणाधिगच्छति || 39||

 

shraddhavanllabhate jnanam tat-parah sanyatendriyah

 

jnanam labdhva param shantim achirenadhigachchhati

 

translation

 

bg 4.39: those whose faith is deep and who have practiced controlling their mind and senses attain divine knowledge. through such transcendental knowledge, they quickly attain everlasting supreme peace.

 

अज्ञश्चाश्रद्दधानश्च संशयात्मा विनश्यति |

 

नायं लोकोऽस्ति परो सुखं संशयात्मन: || 40||

 

ajnash chashraddadhanash cha sanshayatma vinashyati

 

nayam loko ’sti na paro na sukham sanshayatmanah

 

translation

 

bg 4.40: but persons who possess neither shraddha nor knowledge, and who are of a doubting nature, suffer a downfall. for the skeptical souls, there is no happiness either in this world or the next.

 

योगिनामपि सर्वेषां मद्गतेनान्तरात्मना |

 

श्रद्धावान्भजते यो मां मे युक्ततमो मत: || 47||

 

yoginam api sarvesham mad-gatenantar-atmana

 

shraddhavan bhajate yo mam sa me yuktatamo matah

 

translation

 

bg 6.47: of all yogis, those whose minds are always absorbed in me, and who engage in shraddha  to me i consider them highest of all.

 

दैवी ह्येषा गुणमयी मम माया दुरत्यया |

 

मामेव ये प्रपद्यन्ते मायामेतां तरन्ति ते || 14||

 

daivi hyesha guna-mayi mama maya duratyaya

 

mam eva ye prapadyante mayam etam taranti te

 

translation

 

bg 7.14: my divine energy maya, consisting of the three modes of nature, is very difficult to overcome. but those who surrender unto me ( shraddha ) cross over it easily.

 

पुरुष: पर: पार्थ भक्त्या लभ्यस्त्वनन्यया |

 

यस्यान्त:स्थानि भूतानि येन सर्वमिदं ततम् || 22||

 

purushah sa parah partha bhaktya labhyas tvananyaya

 

yasyantah-sthani bhutani yena sarvam idam tatam

 

translation

 

bg 8.22:  the supreme divine personality is greater than all that exists. although he is all-pervading and all living beings are situated in him, yet he can be known only through shraddha.

 

अश्रद्दधाना: पुरुषा धर्मस्यास्य परन्तप |

 

अप्राप्य मां निवर्तन्ते मृत्युसंसारवर्त्मनि || 3||

 

ashraddadhanah purusha dharmasyasya parantapa

 

aprapya mam nivartante mrityu-samsara-vartmani

 

translation

 

bg 9.3: people who have no shraddha in this dharma are unable to attain me, o conqueror of enemies. they repeatedly come back to this world in the cycle of birth and death.

 

भक्त्या त्वनन्यया शक्य अहमेवंविधोऽर्जुन |

 

ज्ञातुं द्रष्टुं तत्त्वेन प्रवेष्टुं परन्तप || 54||

 

bhaktya tv ananyaya shakya aham evam-vidho ’rjuna

 

jnatum drashtum cha tattvena praveshtum cha parantapa

 

bg 11.54: o arjun, by unalloyed shraddha alone can i be known as i am, standing before you. thereby, on receiving my divine vision, o scorcher of foes, one can enter into union with me.

 

अर्जुन उवाच |

 

ये शास्त्रविधिमुत्सृज्य यजन्ते श्रद्धयान्विता: |

 

तेषां निष्ठा तु का कृष्ण सत्त्वमाहो रजस्तम: || 1||

 

arjuna uvācha

 

arjuna uvacha

 

ye shastra-vidhim utsrijya yajante shraddhayanvitah

 

tesham nishtha tu ka krishna sattvam aho rajas tamah

 

translation

 

bg 17.1: arjun said: o krishna, where do they stand who disregard the injunctions of the scriptures, but still worship with shraddha ? is their faith in the mode of goodness, passion, or ignorance?

 

विधिहीनमसृष्टान्नं मन्त्रहीनमदक्षिणम् |

 

श्रद्धाविरहितं यज्ञं तामसं परिचक्षते || 13||

 

vidhi-hinam asrishtannam mantra-hinam adakshinam

 

shraddha-virahitam yajnam tamasam parichakshate

 

translation

 

bg 17.13:  yagna  devoid of shraddha and contrary to the injunctions of the scriptures, in which no prasadam is offered, no mantras chanted, and no donation made, is to be considered in the mode of ignorance.

 

श्रीभगवानुवाच |

 

त्रिविधा भवति श्रद्धा देहिनां सा स्वभावजा |

 

सात्त्विकी राजसी चैव तामसी चेति तां शृणु || 2||

 

shri-bhagavan uvacha

 

tri-vidha bhavati shraddha dehinam sa svabhava-ja

 

sattviki rajasi chaiva tamasi cheti tam shrinu

 

translation

 

bg 17.2: the supreme divine personality said: every human being is born with innate shraddha ( faith) , which can be of three kinds—sāttvic, rājasic, or tāmasic. now hear about this from me.

 

सत्त्वानुरूपा सर्वस्य श्रद्धा भवति भारत |

 

श्रद्धामयोऽयं पुरुषो यो यच्छ्रद्ध: एव : || 3||

 

sattvanurupa sarvasya shraddha bhavati bharata

 

shraddha-mayo ‘yam purusho yo yach-chhraddhah sa eva sah

 

translation

 

bg 17.3: the shraddha of all humans conforms to the nature of their mind. all people possess shraddha, and whatever the nature of their faith, that is verily what they are.krishna states that the quality of our shraddha  decides the direction of our life.

 

श्रद्धावाननसूयश्च शृणुयादपि यो नर: |

 

सोऽपि मुक्त: शुभाँल्लोकान्प्राप्नुयात्पुण्यकर्मणाम् || 71||

 

shraddhavan anasuyash cha shrinuyad api yo narah

 

so ‘pi muktah shubhanl lokan prapnuyat punya-karmanam

 

translation

 

bg 18.71: even those who only listen to this knowledge with shraddha and without envy will be liberated from sins and attain the auspicious abodes where the pious dwell.

 

yasya deve parā shraddha yathā deve tathā gurautasyaite kathitā hyarthāḥ prakāśhante mahātmanaḥ (6.23)[v38]– shvetashvatar upaniṣhad ( 5000 bc)

 

“the imports of all the vedic knowledge is revealed within the hearts of those who engage with unflinching shraddha  toward guru and god.”

 

buddhism has converted shraddha to saddha ( so what else is new )karma to kamma dharma to dhamma

 

hey, how about some humma thrown in for good measure ? you drippin’ cunts !

 

our ancient maharishis spake — accept conditions, accept others, accept yourself. this is the true acceptance, for all these things are what they are through the will of the higher self, except their deficiencies, which come through thwarting the will of the higher self, and can be conquered only through compliance with that will.

 

by the true acceptance, the disciple comes into oneness of spirit with the overruling soul; and, since the own nature of the soul is being, happiness, bliss, he comes thereby into happiness supreme.

 

the sorrow and darkness of life come of the erring personal will which sets itself against the will of the soul. the error of the personal will is inevitable, since each will must be free to choose, to try and fail, and so to find the path in sanatana dharma .

 

sorrow and darkness are inevitable, until the true path be found, and the personal will made once more one with the greater will, wherein it finds rest and power, without losing freedom.  in his will is our peace. and with that peace comes light. soul-vision is perfected through shraddha.

 

again, in sanatana dharma only shraddha ( faith emanating from conscience or soul voice ) is allowed..

 

in sanatana dharma bhakti ( religious dogma blind devotion to god ) is taboo.. religion and bhakti is belief in some conman messiahs personal experience..

 

shraddha and spirituality is based on own experience

 

shraddha is more than mere faith. it also implies self–reliance, an independent sense of right and wrong, reliance on conscience and the courage of one’s own conviction..

 

shraddha is not blind faith, but enlightened faith based on verification.

 

we never heard of any “bhakti movement ” heroes ( cooked up by jew rothschild and taught in ncert books ) till the white invader came to india..

 

adi shankaracharya who died 4000 years ago, was forward dated and converted into a bhakti movement hero..

 

rothschild made kerala namboodiri adi shankaracharya ( 2000 bc )  the first pontiff of the fake kanchi mutt he created.. nothing can be more ridiculous ..

 

 

shraddha ( not bhakti )  is the searchlight for finding brahman- capt ajit vadakayil

 

shraddha  keeps you in the moment –the essence of bhagwad gita

 

he who has no faith in himself can never have faith in god.  when we do namaste we honor the soul ( part of brahman ) in the other person..

 

shraddha  is a sanskrit/ malayalam  word which literally means anything or any act that is performed with all sincerity and absolute faith in it.

 

shraddha  refers to a process which is beyond worship or mental behavior or lifestyle. it is pure self belief and purely intuitional emanating from human conscience .

 

in shraddha– you are obsessed with no god but with just your own conscience based soul driven path,  and try to find it at any cost .  only sanatana dharma advocates shraddha

 

shraddha  is the whole hearted and sincere acceptance of a supreme spiritual principle giving a meaning and direction to life, combined with a readiness to put into practice what one has accepted with conviction after self verification .

 

shraddha is faith in a higher truth  developed through understanding

 

shraddha is not as much a spiritual-based faith as a faith in oneself—your soul driven conscience.   soul is a part of brahman albeit at a lower frequency

 

shraddha is the soul’s belief in the divine’s existence, wisdom, power, love and grace.

 

hindu tradition never demanded that their students should blindly believe or “swallow ” anything  — . “ if you don’t like it , lump it “   type dogma.

 

hindus are asked to apply their conscience .

 

shraddha is indispensable, because without it, knowledge of brahman  the field and soul  will forever be beyond ones grasp.

 

shraddha means faith, but in the sense of an  inner soul voice / conscience -based conviction, not just a mere unquestioning belief  to bullshit dogma .

 

shraddha is not belief.  the white man can never understand this ..   it is not what we think or have been told, but it is something that is drawn from direct experience and provides us the conscience rooted information ( derived from soul ) to help us continue toward a particular goal.

 

shraddha gives hope when all seems lost.. shraddha is seeing with light from your soul to guide your through darkness..  

 

shraddha should not be translated as a “simple” faith / trust, –it also conveys mental and intellectual firmness based on soul wisdom

 

the higher power brahman of which your soul is a part albeit at lower frequency knows what to do and how to do it. trust it

 

THE MOTTO OF VADAKAYIL KALKI ARMY IS —-SHRADDHA, STRENGTH, HONOR  — ALL THREE ARE FROM THE NATIONAL EMBLEM OF FOUR YAAZIS..   THE MISSING ONE IS SACRIFICE. WE MAKE TRAITORS SACRIFICE

 

 

conscience is the silent voice of the soul, which is unable to be heard by anyone else.

 

if someone that is very close to you places their ear against your head, they will not be able to hear it. however, when the voice is witness to a wrong act, it shouts, torments, does not let us sleep and makes our head weigh a ton.shraddha   is the preliminary ingredient to understand and love god

 

highly evolved souls have the power to differentiate between isolation and emancipation.  they are neither elated by their conquest of the elements, nor delighted at their ability to move unreservedly without their bodies.

 

shraddha should not be understood just as faith.  it also expresses mental and intellectual firmness.  (the next word, virya, stands for gallantry and power, in the sense of physical and nervine strength.)

 

interestingly, patanjali’s first use of the word shraddha is unambiguous, in order to encourage the sadhaka to step up his sadhana in order to reach the highest goal.

 

the natural trust of the aspirer is confirmed by revelation and transformed into the faith, which imbues the consciousness of practicians in any field of art, science and philosophy.  if trust is instinctive, faith is intuitional.

 

bhagawad gita is 6000 years old..   the gem of this priceless scripture in sanskrit, is a word by the name of shraddha ..

 

shraddha is indispensable, because without it, knowledge of brahman  the field and soul  will forever be beyond ones grasp.

 

sanatana dharma is based on the inner voice of the soul. 

 

shraddha gives hope when all seems lost.. shraddha is seeing with light from your soul to guide your through darkness.. 

 

shraddha should not be translated as a “simple” faith / trust, –it also conveys mental and intellectual firmness based on soul wisdom

 

the higher power brahman of which your soul is a part albeit at lower frequency knows what to do and how to do it. trust it

 

shraddha is powered by your own soul within, which is part of god.. a hindu does not accept dogma based on some conman messiahs experience..

 

shradda is rooted in conscience based verification and own experience

 

jew rothschild created the fake bhakti movement where he decimated the concept of conscience based shraddha based on own soul powered experience and introduced dogma bhakti devotion of some conman messiahs experience..

 

madhavacharya proposed duality — that soul and brahman are separate entities..

 

this was a marked deviation from vedas downloaded 400 centuries ago and penned down 70 centuries ago that soul and brahman are same ( advaita )..

 

self loathing confused hindus converted to christianity and some became commie atheists..

 

7800 years ago yāska, the ancient kerala maharishi wrote that atman is the soul within – the real innermost essential being.

 

in hymn 4.4.5, brihadaranyaka upanishad describes atman  ( soul ) as brahman ( field of consciouness ),

 

the upanishad asserts that this knowledge of “i am brahman”, and that there is no difference between “i” and “you”, or “i” and “him” is a source of liberation, and not even gods can prevail over such a liberated man ( jivan mukt ).

 

anything which lives and grows has a soul within..

 

svadhyaya clears doubts. it  strengthens the flickering faith, it induces aspiration or strong yearning for liberation. it fills the mind with sattva  or purity; it inspires and elevates the mind. it helps concentration and meditation.

 

it cuts new sattvic grooves and makes the mind run in these new grooves. to translate the precepts contained in the books of the sages and saints into action is to have your afflicted body soothed, to have your bruised soul healed, and to save yourself from all kinds of ills of life which are due to ignorance

 

shraddha is a grace that comes from beyond.  belief is a thing of the mind: shraddha , a stirring in the soul.

 

one submits to the crowd and its demands; that is belief. .belief is collective: shraddha is individual. .

 

states of natural bliss, ecstasy and existential awe are usually found within self-transcended people. .

 

through soul transcendence you gain altitude and awareness, and the ability to rise above situations and see them from a clearer perspective.

 

if you are too focussed on the goal  to achieve you will go on missing the present moment.

 

god can only be invited, not sought.  god is a presence that enters you when you are  in a state of welcome.

 

vedas reveal, “he is god,

 

shraddha is not belief. nobody can impose it upon you. only you can help it to grow in your being using your soul powered conscience .

 

it is not like a plastic flower that you can purchase from the marketplace. it is a real rose; it grows in your soil, in your psyche. it comes out of you, it is your flower.

 

wisdom requires no law or threat of punishment to ensure compliance. . concience based shraddha is rooted in wisdom..

 

wisdom is the soul powered and conscience driven synthesis of knowledge.. the soul has no agendas..

 

shraddha cannot be blind faith, it is enlightened faith— self verification is involved in every inch of your spriritual progress.

 

this is why hindus can never rush out of temples enmasse after friday noon prayers and start killing people of other religions enmasse.

 

only sanatana dharma affords this unbridled freedom.

 

mind is the fountain head of objective knowledge, soul is the fountain head of subjective wisdom  – capt ajit vadakayil

 

shraddha related to your soul.. bhakti related to your mind – capt ajit vadakayil

 

the ultimate goal of yoga is realization of the soul (individual soul) as a part of brahman, the mother field

 

the word bhakti ( devotion ) does not appear in the vedas , upanishads or bhagavad gita.

 

if at all you see the word bhakti, it as been poison injected by the white invader to degrade sanatana dharma and bring it to the low scum keechad level of other single holy book/ single messiah religions..

 

charlatan nityananda ( and osho too ) did not know that levitation is of soul .. not human carcass ( cadaver ).. oso did not know the basics of hindusim..

 

soma is mentioned in the rig veda in 117 verses

 

12 strand dna ( nil junk ) with king sized pineal gland maharishis did not need this elexir

 

but lesser rishis needed this for widening the 5 senses , expanding consciousness , soul teleporting and accessing akashic records.

 

soma is juice from a creeper grown on special himalayan soil , and was buried in a earthen pot till full moon for fermenting – it had iridium and rhodium inherent

 

soma is the elusive grail of christianity– not the shit dan brown wrote

 

soma is not available any more– it was organic. you cant make it by inorganic alchemy.

 

some selfish people convert their guru into a jivanmukt ( moksha ) and bury him.    this is the greatest disservice to that guru–for his soul is now trapped on earth.

 

https://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.com/2012/11/rip-impossible-with-burial-world-is.html

 

there were no lingayaths in india before the white invader came to india

 

the white invader fooled the lingayaths of karnataka.  it is up to the young generation of veera shaiva lingayaths to undo the damage done by rothschild.

 

there are selfish leaders and priests in lingayaths who want to grab power.

 

hardly any jangam ( guru ) of lingayats know of their own religion.when a jangams feet is washed with water the liquid is now kosher- named dhulodaka  –holy water.

 

any non brahmin or non lingayath who wants to be a lingayat must drink this feet wash water.

 

the branch of vadakayil kalki ashram at camp udupi rub by col es manian will bring lingayaths from darkness to light.  today ther are not hindus—mere vote banks

 

the upanishads are the outpourings of spiritual seekers, sages and maharishis of spiritual perfection – felt the presence everywhere of something that does not change. all things seem to be embedded with something that cannot change.

 

this is due to a logical conclusion to which we are led – namely, that the perception of change would not be possible if everything, including oneself, including even the perceiver of change, also changes. therefore, transitoriness implies a non-transitory background of things.

 

the reality of things is what we are after; unrealities do not attract us. that which perpetually changes and escapes the grasp of our comprehension cannot be considered as real because of the fact of its passing constantly into something else.

 

when we say that things are changing, we actually mean that one condition is passing into something else; one situation gives way to another situation

 

somebody asked me –

 

why is the ninth avatar of vishnu , lord ayyappa missing from kerala –why did jew rothschild try to lie and insert buddha a mere mortal who struggled for salvation instead?

 

all 108 idols ( murtis ) installed by lord parashurama , were made of pancha loha –of which meteroric iron and, irridium formed a small percentage.

 

the original panchaloha idol of lord ayyappa in sabarimala has been stolen by the white invader and so has all the original panchloha idols in 108 kerala temples .

 

only the idol of shakti ( devi ) at mridanga saileshwari temple muzhakkunnu kannur remains .

 

yet if you visit this temple you can see a 6000 year old stone statue of lord ayyappa.

 

the heavy panchaloha idol in mridanga saileshwari temple at muzhakkunnu kannur, kerala also was stolen several times—  but the thieves were unable to carry it very far.  before that they lost sense of direction and lost total control over urine and feces.

 

all 108 statues consecrated by lord parashurama were done over a period of 42 days , with mantras chanted from atharva veda.

 

these powerful verses were not written down , but remained on oral route with the kerala namboodiris

 

fake gurus who preach the fake ashtavakra gita cant handle wisdom– because their slimy minds are shallow.

 

unlike bhagawad gita ,  ashtavakra gita is like a zionist jew multinational company manual —

 

do this –dont do that .

 

doodh peena maagtha

 

mundi peh tel daalna maangtha

 

gaand mein ungli nahin dalna maagtha

 

the upanishads were collectively considered amongst the 100 most influential books ever written by eminent people like thoreau, kant, schopenhauer, schrodinger, werner heisenberg , tesla, einstein etc.

 

saala ye loh kidhar — choots sheldon pollock ( kaaniya murthy ka lap dog ) aur wendy doniger kidhar ?

 

quantum physics does not give us a clear vision of what we call the classical cause and effect truth. idiot isaac newtons “isolated systems ” are not found in nature.  he did not understand what he presented to the world as 99% of his work , was stolen from 7000 year old vedic era books.

 

the timeless principles of vedanta is expressed in the technical language of quantum mechanics and the philosophy of science, even today with little or no attenuation of meaning.

 

vedas are not about indra running around like a jack ass looking for lost cows and then doing a sacrifice so that he can get the strength to screw the asuras…

 

sheldon pollock his money bags ( rags to riches party ) who fund him— can all go and screw themselves !

 

danish physicist bohr said, “i go to the upanishad to ask questions”

 

this nobel prize winner converted to hinduism , and was cremated  as per his will .

 

the upanishads form the core of indian philosophy.

 

niels bohr once said, “we are both spectators and actors in the great drama of existence.”   hence the importance of developing of what is known as the “science of human possibilities.”

 

it was such a science that india sought and found in the upanishads in an attempt to unravel the mystery of human beings.

 

a strange yearning to know about the infinite and the eternal disturbs us. it is against this background of modern thought and aspirations that the contributions of the upanishads to the human cultural legacy become significant.

 

when i  wrote the line below–and it left all hindus stunned

 

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quote : dont ever think you can do endless puja , visit hundreds of temples, dip in ganges and obtain moksha : unquote

 

 

 

SOUL MATTERS, PART 26- Capt Ajit Vadakayil

THIS POST IS CONTINUED FROM PAT 25, BELOW–

 

ACCORDIING TO ANAL SEX RECEIVING PANSY JEW YUVAL NOAH HARARI’S FANS ( THIS INCLUDED KLAUS SCHWAB ) , HE IS THE SALT NAY BOUNTY OF THIS PLANET

 

BRAAAAAYYYYYYYYY

 

IMAGINE ANAL SEX RECEIVING JEW YUVAL NOAH HARARI WROTE A BULLSHIT BOOK NAMED “SAPIENS “ AND IT WAS CONVERTED TO A BEST SELLER AND A BOOK WRITTEN Y A SUPER GENIUS BY JEW ROTHSCHILD’S MEDIA

 

CUNT YUVAL NOAH HARARI , A SIDEKICK OF KLAUS SCHWAB , THE KINGPIN OF WEF DAVOS, DOES NOT BELIEVE IN THE SOUL.. FOR HIM DEATH IS MERELY AN UNSOLVED TECHNICAL PROBLEM.

 

QUOTE: LIFE SCIENCES DOUBT THE EXISTENCE OF SOUL NOT JUST DUE TO LACK OF EVIDENCE, BUT RATHER BECAUSE THE VERY IDEA OF SOUL CONTRADICTS THE MOST FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF EVOLUTION. UNQUOTE–  ― YUVAL NOAH HARARI, HOMO DEUS

 

QUOTE:  CAREFUL STUDIES AND PAINS TAKING EXAMINATIONS HAVE FAILED TO DISCOVER ANY TRACE OF SOUL IN PIGS , RATS OR RHESUS MONKEYS..   SCIENTISTS HAVE SUBJECTED HOMO SAPIENS TO TENS OF THOUSANDS OF BIZZARE EXPERIMENTS AND LOOKED INTO EVERY NOOK IN OUR HEARTS AND EVERY CRANNY IN OUR BRAINS..BUT THEY HAVE DISCOVERED SO FAR NO MAGICAL SPARK.. THERE IS ZERO SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE THAT IN CONTRAST TO PIGS SAPIENS HAVE SOULS UNQUOTE NOAH HARARI..

 

CUNT HARARI SAYS IN HOMO DEUS THAT THE LITERAL MEANING OF THE WORD “INDIVIDUAL” IS SOMETHING THAT CANNOT BE DIVIDED — ALTHOUGH WHY THIS PARTICULAR ETYMOLOGY SHOULD HAVE ANY BEARING ON WHATEVER A SOUL MIGHT BE IS AGAIN FAR FROM CLEAR.

 

THE CLOSEST THING HARARI COMES TO AN ACTUAL ARGUMENT ABOUT RELIGION IS HIS DISCUSSION ABOUT THE SOUL. SINCE HARAI FEELS THAT SCIENCE CANNOT DETECT A SOUL IN HUMANS OR ANY OTHER CREATURES IT AINT THERE AT ALL. CUNT HARAI DOES NOT KNOW THAT SOUL EXCITES THE HEART AND DRIVES IT INTO PERPETUAL MOTION USING BLOOD TRAVELLING IN A MOBIUS PATTERN

 

THERE IS ONLY ONE PATH TO SALVATION AND TRANSCENDENCE. “SCIENCE” HAS DISCOVERED THAT HUMAN BEHAVIOUR “IS DETERMINED BY HORMONES, GENES AND SYNAPSES, RATHER THAN BY FREE WILL, LET ALONE A SOUL.” THAT BEING SO, WE ARE ENDLESSLY AND COMPLETELY MANIPULABLE, BY MEANS OF “DRUGS, GENETIC ENGINEERING OR DIRECT BRAIN STIMULATION.” IT FOLLOWS FOR ANAL SEX RECEIVING JEW HARARI THAT, “IN ORDER TO RAISE GLOBAL HAPPINESS LEVELS WE NEED TO MANIPULATE HUMAN BIOCHEMISTRY.”

 

IMAGINE ANAL SEX RECEIVING JEW YUVAL NOAH HARARI WROTE A BULLSHIT BOOK NAMED “SAPIENS “ AND IT WAS CONVERTED TO A BEST SELLER AND A BOOK WRITTEN Y A SUPER GENIUS BY JEW ROTHSCHILD’S MEDIA

 

ANAL SEX RECEIVING JEW HARARI  WROTE SAPIENS, A SWEEPING, CROSS-DISCIPLINARY BULLSHIT ACCOUNT OF HUMAN HISTORY THAT LANDED ON THE BESTSELLER LIST AND REMAINS THERE FOUR YEARS LATER. HE IS AN AGENT OF WEF , GERMAN JEW KLAUS SCHWAB AND THE JEWISH DEEP STATE.

 

THE BOOK ALSO WON HIM A SLEW OF HIGH-PROFILE ADMIRERS, INCLUDING JEW BARACK OBAMA, CRYPTO JEW BILL GATES, AND JEW MARK ZUCKERBERG.

 

HEY HARARI—EVERY WHITE GENUS ON THE PLANET HAS BEEN MADE TO BIT THE DUST AND EAT CROW BY VADAKAYIL.

 

JEW TED KACZYNSKY’S IQ WAS RATED 7 NOTCHES ABOUT JEW ALBERT EINSTEIN, TILL VADAKAYIL DISMANTLED HIM

 

THE TENDENCY OF GAYS LIKE HARARI TO GET THEIR ASSHOLES  HAS A REASON BEHIND IT.. THEIR MOOLADHARA CHAKRAS ARE ON OVERDRIVE.. REST OF THE SIX CHAKRAS ARE DORMANT

 

MY POST ON WEF DAVOS, GERMAN JEW KLAUS SCHWAB AND HIS SHENANIGANS HAVE REACHED PART 27.. JUST 31% COMPLETE

 

 

 

 

Capt. Ajit VadakayilJune 8, 2022 at 4:57 PMEVIL JEWS KLAUS SCHWAB AND YUVAL NOAH HARARI ARE BEING DUMPED IN VADAKAYIL’S GARBAGE BUCKET TODAY

 

GARBAGE BUCKET LIST:

 

1) BERTRAND RUSSEL

2 NOAM CHOMSKY

3 SIGMUND FREUD

4) GEORG WILHELM HEGEL

5) AMARTYA SEN

6) FREIDRICH WILHELM NIETZSCHE

7) IMMANUEL KANT

8 ) BARUCH SPINOZA

9) ALBERT EINSTEIN

10) ISAAC NEWTON

11) GUGLEILMO MARCONI

12) CHARLES DARWIN

13) KARL MARX

14) MAX WEBER

15) THOMAS ALVA EDISON

16) FIBONACCI

17) EDWARD BERNAYS

18) JOHN DEWEY

19) GEORGE IVANOVICH GURDJEIFF

20 PETER D OUPENSKY

21) OPRAH WINFREY

22) RICHARD BANDLER AND JOHN GRINDER

23) CHRISTIANE AMANPOUR

24) STEPHEN HAWKING

25) SIDNEY HOOK

26) ALFRED KINSEY

27) BARACK OBAMA

28) AYN RAND

29) WILHELM WUNDT

30) RENE DESCARTES.

31) EMPRESS HELENA

32) RAYMOND IV

33) SAINT MOTHER TERESA

34) LENIN

35) ENGELS

38) ADAM SMITH

39) OSHO

40) WALTER CRONKITE

41) JOHN F KENNEDY

42) GEN WILLIAM T SHERMAN

43) CARL JUNG

44) KLAUS SCHWAB

45) YUVAL NOAH HARARI

 

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BBB ) HERE ARE PEOPLE WHO MADE A DENT IN THE UNIVERSE— THEY GET THE “VADAKAYIL PRIZE”. THIS IS NOT A VESTED “NOBEL PRIZE “

 

1) NIKOLA TESLA

2) DIMITRI MENDELEYEEV

3) IE IRODOV

4) ARYABHATTA ( 2700 BC)

5) SRINIVASAN RAMANUJAN

6) CHANAKYA ( 372 BC )

7) ADI SHANKARACHARYA ( 2000 BC )

8) APOLLONIUS OF TYANA ( KERALA SAGE WHOSE LEGACY WAS USURPED BY COOKED UP JESUS IN 325 AD)

9) “JOHN DOE”

10) JULIAN ASSANGE

11) SWAMI CHINMAYANANDA

12) GARY STEPHEN WEBB

13) GEORGE ORWELL.

13) CESAR MILLAN

14) HENRY FORD.

15) PANINI ( 5500 BC )

16) BHARTRHARI ( 7000 BC )

17) PATANJALI ( 5000 BC )

18) MANU (8300 BC)

19) YASKA ( 5800 BC )

20) JOHN CARMAC

21) QUEEN DIDO ( 1600 BC )

22) KANADA MUNI ( 6500 BC )

23) VARAHAMIHIRA ( 2660 BC )

24) VARARUCHI ( 2830 BC )

25) VIROCHANA ( 10, 650 BC )

26) MAHABALI ( 10,600 BC )

27) KALANAMI ( 10500 BC )

28) IMHOTEP / AYYAPPA ( 3900 BC )

29) PROF HYPATIA

30) SWARBANU ( 10,400 BC )

31) PUTIN

32) EDWARD SNOWDEN

33) LI WENLIANG

34) HO CHI MINH

35) MIKHAIL KALASHNIKOV

36) DR ALEXANDER SHULGIN

37) POL POT

38) CRAZY HORSE

39) KAPILA (11500 BC)

40) BAUDHAYANA (12,000 BC)

41) GANIT ( 10,000 BC )

42) E SREEDHARAN

43) “SPIRIT” OF ROMANI GYPSIES

44) CHARAKA ( 4200 BC )

45) SUSRUTA ( 4200 BC )

46) DONALD TRUMP

47) NICHOLAS SAND.

48) SATOSHI OMURA

49) FREDERICK BANTING

50) DR JUDY MIKOVITS

41) BRAVE PEOPLE OF VIETNAM AND AFGHANISTAN

42) NANCY HOLLANDER

43) DANIEL HALE

 

CCC) DOWN THE SHIT HOLE—-

 

1) SUHEL SETH

2) PRITISH NANDI

3) DILIP CHERIAN

4) PRANNOY JAMES ROY

5) AROON PURIE

6) VINEET JAIN

7) SHEKHAR GUPTA

8) SAGARIKA GHOSE AND HUSBAND RAJDEEP SARDESAI

9) SHOBHAA DE

10) SIDHARTH VARADARAJAN AND WIFE NANDINI SUNDAR

11) KAMALHAASAN

12) AUDREY TRUSCHKE

13) NOSTRODAMUS

14) MANI SHANKAR AIYAR

15) VERGHESE KURIEN

16) MS SWAMINATHAN

17) DEVDUTT PATTANAIK

18) SANJAY R HEGDE

19) MARK ZUCKERBERG

20) JACK DORSEY

21) THOMAS L FRIEDMAN

22) ROMILA THAPAR

23) IRFAN HABIB

24) RAMCHANDRA GUHA

25) SHELDON POLLOCK

26) WENDY DONIGER

27) BARKHA DUTT

28) ADMIRAL LN RAMDAS , WIFE LALITA AND DAUGHTER KAVITA.

29) SWARA BHASKAR

30) KARAN THAPAR

31) ADAM D ANGELO

32) SAINT CRYIL ARCHBISHOP OF ALEXANDRIA

33) N RAM

34) GRETA THUNBERG

35) MK GANDHI

36) SONIA GANDHI

37) TED KACZYNSKI

38) ZOYA HASAN

39) ASHOK SWAIN

40) KAVITA KRISHNAN

41) TEESTA SETALVAD

42) PRASHANT BHUSHAN

43) MAHESH BHATT.

44) VINEET JAIN

45) DR JOHN POTTS.

46) MADELEINE ALBRIGHT

47) DR SHIRO ISHII

48) SRI IYER OF PGURUS

49) GLADYS BEREJIKLIAN

50) VOLODYMYR ZELENSKYY

 

capt ajit vadakayil

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a criminal or homosexual has only one aura ( red in colour –riddled with black holes ).    he has not risen above his mooladhara chakra ( root –survival seat like animals )

 

jew rothschild introduced raja yoga as part of bhagawad gita using agent swami vivekananda..

 

raja yoga was poison injected and vivekananda equated raja yoga as same as yoga sutras of patanjali.

 

raja yoga is about kundalini climb.

 

sorry, kundalini will climb in only proportion to the weight of your karmic baggage which determines the frequency of your soul..

 

homosexual pedophile predators have worn saffron robes and pretended to have seen rothschilds fake creation babaji for instant kundalini climb and instant noodles type moksha ..

 

sorry kundalini will climb only when your soul frequency increases , only by lessening karmic baggage…

 

rogue gurus have claimed that they has sex with female devotees while in samadhi ( sic ) and hence they must not be charged for rape .

 

praying to sadguru jaggi vasudevs adi yogi shiva statue will not give you moksha.

 

zero negative karmic baggage is inexoriably linked with moksha . you cant raise your soul frequency if your karmic baggage is heavy

 

all fake gurus sri sri ravishankar and sadguru jaggi vasudev holding padma vibhushan awards  are fucked !

 

capt ajit vadakayil was born for this end !!

 

jew rothschild/ white invader knew that vedic srutis had divine math inherent.

 

what he did not know that this divine math can be cross verified —   capt ajit vadakayil knows how – he will keep this a secret as of now..  lest i give a match stick to  a white kosher monkey

 

vedic srutis have golden mean (1.618 ) , fibonacci series , pascals triangle, lucas numbers , sri yantra ( geometry of om ), ulam spiral, prime number magic embedded in it –. this is why we hindus insist that srutis were downloaded from akasha and it is not created by a mortal

 

so jew rothschild used his fake mutts and created fake verses to show that grammar and mater in vedic rutis mean nothing—and it is given importance only by fools

 

here is the fake cooked up story attached to the composition of this hymn bhaja govindam

 

adi shankaracharya was walking along a street in varanasi one day when he came across an aged scholar reciting the rules of sanskrit grammar repeatedly on the street.

 

so so so

 

adi shankara went hopperty hop to the scholar and advised him not to waste his time on grammar ( chandas ) at his age but to turn his mind to god in intense bhakti , which would only save him from this vicious cycle of life and death.

 

he composed the hymn extempore and sang out on this occasion.

 

balls !

 

total lies !

 

fake bhaja govindam is metrically highly irregular.   it does not follow the same chandas throughout.

 

not a single stanzas is the totaka meter.  adi shankaracharya’s disciple  totakacharya is supposed to have recorded bhajagovindam

 

an example of totaka meter is the totaka-ashtaka, in which each paada (quarter) is metrically equivalent to –

 

bhava shankara-deshika-me sharanam.

 

using 1 to represent ‘laghu’ and 2 to represent ‘guru’, the format is1 1 2 – 1 1 2 – 1 1 2 – 1 1 2

 

and totaka is not related to indravajra or upendravajra, both of which are types of trishtup.

 

a mixture of indravajra and upendravajra is called upajaati.

 

adi shankaracharya was shoved into the fake bhakti movement by jew rothschild

 

nobody expected a hardcore captain named capt ajit vadakayil to place a lie filter

 

this was my mission statement before i wrote my first blog , right ?

 

verse 1: ~~~~~~

 

bhaja govindam, bhaja govindamgovindam bhaja mudhamatesampraapte sannihite kalena hi na hi rakshati dukrinkarane

 

worship the spirit, worship the spirit, seek govinda , o ignoramus !  hark – when death finally arrives at your door , these useless rules of grammar / meter/ prosody ( atheist madhumati pursuits ) which you are now trying to cram and master , cannot salvage you at all..

 

verse 5: ~~~~~~yaavadvittopaarjana sakthahtaavannijaparivaaro rakthahpaschaajjeevati jarjaradehevaartham kopi na prichchathi gehe

 

as long as you are able to acquire wealth , your kith and kin will follow you . but no sooner your body is worn out ,  limbs become infirm and your earnings cease, none will care for you,  or so much as speak to you , not even your own home-folk.

 

verse 14: ~~~~~~~jatilo mundi lunchitakeshahkaashaayaambara bahukritaveshahpasyannapi cha na pasyati moodhohiudaranimitam bahukritaveshah

 

the ascetic with matted locks, the man with the shaven head or one with hair pulled out, or the man parading in the ochre robes — they all have eyes but yet do not see. all these are but mere deceptions for cheating the world, for filling their bellies.   .

 

i know jew rothschilds signature

 

i will not catch him with his pants and chrons bloodied langot down

 

adi shankaracharya lived in 2000 bc .    jew rothschild placed him at 820 ad.

 

only an absolute idiot will try to change adi shankarachrya’s verse meter style and his basic thinking pattern —this includes the main advaita philosophy taught by him as he cannot change his basic philosophy, which has become a part of his life itself

 

the main methods of evaluation  is perusing the  sanskrit verse prosody  ( chanda )  and this includes colophon, writing style, chanda, matra, meter, terminology, grammar, etc used

 

the chandas, as developed by the vedic schools, were notable for including both linear and non-linear systems.

 

the structure of meters in sanskrit prosody include those based on fixed number of syllables per verse, and those based on fixed number of morae per verse.

 

the definition of conscience is: an inner feeling or voice viewed as acting as a guide to the rightness or wrongness of one’s behavior. conscience is the silent voice of the soul, which is unable to be heard by anyone else.

 

if someone that is very close to you places their ear against your head, they will not be able to hear it. however, when the voice is witness to a wrong act, it shouts, torments, does not let us sleep and makes our head weigh a ton.

 

the ball of energy within you ( soul ) merges with brahman ( mother energy field ).  the soul was once part of it. it is real home coming .

 

it is not like the bullshit homecoming of a lost manipuri jew ( sic ) in israel. israel is trying their best to repair their warped dna , mixing blood  ( y chromosome ) by a kosher gotra system of deceit .

 

it wont work.

 

subconscious = only deduction ( no thinking , draws conclusions, does not care for right or wrong, gives the power to do the job ) right brain lobe ( for right handers ): insight, 3d forms , art, imagination, music, left hand control

 

subconscious mind never sleeps even in a coma- it derives energy from the soul. the soul also is the power source for endless movement of the heart

 

the subconscious mind acts on old beliefs stored over a lifetime. many of those beliefs you may have accepted without thinking. or you may have absorbed them when you were too young to exercise choice.  

 

beliefs instilled with the subconscious mind can sabotage one’s life and increase your karmic negative baggage

 

the quantum field or pure consciousness is influenced by intention.in sanatana dharma , we give our intentions to brahman ( god) via a prayer soaked in gratitude

 

this intention is emanating from a soul, which was part of brahman, the mother field– albeit at a lower frequency , because of karmic negative baggage

 

when your heart is pure–intentions via prayer work magic.

 

power of a prayer lies in intention.

 

in ayurveda no physician will treat you unless he utters a small prayer

 

the karmic body is a kind of subtle matter

 

aura is a magnetic energy and is a protective shield.`. all thoughts , emotions and feelings are contained in the aura and sent out to the universe. all 7 chakras have their own frequencies of resonant vibration. clairsentient people are sensitive to energy.

 

all have psychic power- but it remains repressed. the ordinary man ignores his intuition in favour of commonsense—and so in the course of time untuition stops manifesting clearly. the psychic is a supersensitive soul.

 

he can figure out the nuances of intuition. for him intuition works at his beck and call in a clear way.. he does not need to go into a trance or even meditate. he will answer all your questions effortlessly. a true psychic’s intuition can spot falsehood immediately.  his intuition encompasses space and time.

 

a reiki healer may lay his hands on a patient, or hold his hands at a slight distance from the body, within the aura. by doing this he can sense areas where energy is needed and the nature of the illness. next he directs energy to the patient.

 

this is what sabarimala and kumbh mela pilgrimages are based on .

 

ask the naked sadhus, at kumbh mela  they have not come to pray for themselves .   they pray for world peace and harmony.

 

 

life is the means by which brahman understands himself.      capt ajit vadakayil

 

the white invader lied –that ganesha used the broken tusk was used by him to write the epic, mahabharata.    my left ball— ganesha is a cosmic allegory..

 

a man who has raised his kundalini to sahasrara ( crown ) chakra , has 7 clear large vibgyor auras –enveloped in a golden sheath –his karmic baggage is zero,  ego is zero,  his  soul at highest frequency

 

the white invader gave bull that calling yourself a brahmachari by abstaining from sex with a woman will give you moksha..

 

as a result  filthy and evil homosexuals who engage in anal sex wore saffron robes and  called themselves seers in connivance with benami media and foreign funded ngos .

 

after death if cremation is done the right way, your soul gets one layer elevation. this cannot be to seventh layer.

 

a white man in the west whose soul is evolved and worthy of the seventh layer is born as an indigo child. indigo is same color of the sixth astral layer.

 

any human who intended that he would be cremated after death — (this includes hindus whose dead bodies were never found, say drowned at sea )

 

can be helped out by any close blood relative – man or woman –by breaking a coconut with intenstioon to create the soliton carrier wave

 

the human soul evolves — with difefrent births inside different humans it gets a chance to increases its frequency and wipe out past karmic baggage

 

when sushumna awakens, kundalini ascends straight to sahasrara and one becomes a jivanmukta, a liberated soul .

 

to imitate is to go against yourself. to imitate simply means you are denying yourself and you are imposing somebody else upon you. you have brahman within you ( soul )—why should you imitate ?

 

all of the universe is composed of the 5 mahabhuttas and the 4 non physicals: that is fluid, atomic elements, fields/force, energy, ether and space, time, mind and soul.

 

except ether, all of the physical elements are made of discreet and distinct paramanus or atoms

 

space-time is a frame in which the physical universe exists

 

there are seven categories of experience, which are substance, quality, activity, generality, particularity, inherence, and nonexistence.

 

energy and mass are equivalent.

 

kerala maharishi kashyapa is also known as kanada muni. he called the atom anu. he wrote that there are 108 such elements …

 

 

the basic vaisheshika concepts of matter, action, attribute, time and space are described. the 8500 year old nyaya-vaiseshika sutra of kanada muni consists of 373 sutras and is composed of 12 chapters.

 

it’s main postulates are:–

 

force is that which displaces, holds together or moves things apart.v.s 1.1.20

 

in the absence of a force, a particle of matter experiences no change. v.s 1.1.6

 

the forces to be considered are an external force, gravity, that with causes attraction of particles, that which causes repulsion of particles and the internal movements of them in matter.

 

v.s 1.1.13 action is opposed by an equivalent opposite reaction

 

v.s 5.1.1618 the diversities of the movement of an arrow are due to the consecutive changes in the components of the acting forces. the stored energy provides the propulsion to the arrow and this causes it move further to a high point. this component keeps reducing while that of gravity increases resulting in its fall.once the work against gravity ceases then the body reaches an energyless state falling under gravity.

 

v.s 1.1.27 the force on a body is the resultant of gravity and the work done against it.

 

v.s 5.1.13 in the absence of all other forces (samyogabindings) gravity exists.

 

v.s 5.1.7 the “guna” of forces (direction) prevents a magnitude from being obtained

 

v.s.1.1.20a the nature of physical changes in matter is the terms of work being done on the basic particles that constitute matter.

 

v.s 2.1.14 the particular nature of air is suggested by the mixing of gases that occurs on their collision. despite of being made of atoms and occupying space air fails show orderly movement so its form cannot be perceived

 

v.s 4.1.8 solids occupy space and assume form due to conglomeration of the constituent particles.

 

v.s 4.1.6 the (fluid’s) particles possess energy. this causes them to possess the property of fluidity. the heat bearing rays provide the particles with energy to form a gas and rise. the heated particles of air impact the vapor and with this energy it mixes with it. freezing and melting of a liquid as being a result of heat being taken up or given up by its particles.

 

v.s 5.2.9 some apparently solid substances like ghee, lac and wax are in reality liquids, as their particles are naturally “heat-conjoined” or disorganized as in water. other true solid substances such as tin, lead, iron, silver and gold need their atoms to be supplied with external heat to disorder them before they become a fluid.

 

v.s 2.1.67 any body’s mass needs to be wholly explained in terms of its constituent particles.

 

v.s 1.1.89 a substance can only emerge from another substance and not on its own eventhough its properties change from one to another.

 

v.s 9.1.9 any fundamental particular entity can be a constituent multiple substances.

 

v.s 1.1.22 any substance comprising of two or more primary particle types requires a chemical reaction to generate the conjoining and break up of preexisting molecules.

 

v.s 1.1.23 the “molecules” are stated as emerging from combinations between the fundamental entities.

 

v.s 1.1.25 forces are necessary to bring about combination and break up of molecules.

 

v.s 1.1.28 the combinations of particles to produce molecules result in substances with states very different from those of the original particles.

 

kanada muni’s laws:

 

in the production or increment of karma (i.e. motion), the root cause is force. in other words, there is incremental or decremental change in motion.

 

this law is a law of the measure of force. according to this, so long mechanical force works, there is change in motion i.e. there is momentum. to find its value, it is calculated how much work it produces in a unit time.

 

mathematically, the rate of change in momentum i.e. the increment in work in unit time is proportional to the force in action. also, this change is in the direction of the force. suppose that the mass of an object is ‘m’ and in time interval ‘t’, the velocity of the object changes from ‘u’ to ‘v’ due to the force acting on it.

 

then, initial momentum = m*u

 

final momentum = m*v

 

change in momentum = m(v*u)

 

therefore, the rate of change of momentum = m(v*u)/t

 

t = m*a (from kanada’s first law)

 

from kandas second law, force is proportional to the rate of change of momentum

 

or, p = k*m*a (where k is a constant)

 

if m=1 and a=1, then

 

1 = k*1*1 or k = 1

 

or, p = m*a

 

therefore, unit force is the one that produces unit acceleration in an object of unit mass. the vs then goes to say that force is a result of work and is not a physical quantity which is superior to newtons law that measures it as a physical quantity.

 

The spot where a devotee stands inside a Hindu temple is determined by Calculus—triangulation between flag post vahana on top, the middle eye gland of the black idol ( with iridium inherent ) and pineal gland of the devotee .. SHOCKED?

 

Isaac Newton stole his  Calculus from the ancient Kerala school of Math, India attached to Kodungallur University owned by the Calicut king, where all ancient Greek scholars were educated ..  Thief Isaac Newton stole his three laws of motion from Vaisheshika Sutra’s laws of motion and momentum of Kerala Maharishi Kashyapa ( Kanada Muni ) penned in 6500 BCE . Sage Kashyapa also wrote the planet’s first atomic theory stolen by John Dalton..

 

 

 

wikipedi wont give vadakayil a page

 

but they have a page for this below-  ncw may want indian school grils to watch the video daily

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2_girls_1_cup

 

every king of ancient india handed over the throne to his son and went into sanyas..what is the german jewess british queen doing?

 

from the bindu ( singularity ) the cosmos expands spiraling outwards

 

when the feed back loop to brahman from moksha souls stagnate — this ouward spiral becomes a stagnant closed circle

 

the laws of the universe states- “change is the only constant”

 

pralaya happens –brahma breathes in ! though a cosmic klein bottle.

 

happiness is free. it is about gratification of the soul. 

 

our planet earth is a school for brahman ( god ) —  he updates his knowledge by soul experiences on planet earth.   Capt Ajit Vadakayil

 

these souls were part of his own body  

 

the law of karma does not apply to insect, animal or plant life, where the soul’s promotion to higher life forms is automatic. 

 

let me ask single holy book  single messiah intellectuals — if everything ends with death, where is the meaning to life.

 

why is it that all are not born equal ( this has nothing to do with caste ). some are born blind, some without brains, some cripples .

 

this  cannot be considered the mere results of chance happening; for if such were the case, there would be no incentive for moral or material improvement.   the bullshit doctrine of eternal happiness in heaven, or eternal suffering in hell, falls phutttt here.

 

only a mad man will say evolution is restricted from monkey to man–with idiots still trying to find missing links,   and commie criminals producing fake missing links..( peking man,  piltdown man , lucy baby etc )

 

google provides a doodle for fake missing link lucy

 

170 horoscopes were matched from “yours truly” and around 500 horoscopes were matched for my elder son

 

the basic premise of astrology is karmic debt, otherwise any birth can be treated as an accident a human birth or an animal birth would be similar if it was just transfer of soul.

 

astrology gives us an insight into the various aspects of a humans  life by the study of the natal chart. the chart is prepared for the date, time and place of birth of the native and the circumstances in which birth takes place is also considered.

 

a child is born on that day and at that hour when the celestial rays are in mathematical harmony with one’s individual karma. his horoscope is a challenging portrait, revealing his unalterable past and it’s probable future results…

 

your entire birth chart, including your lagna ( horoscope ) is a blue print of your karmic debt.karma is a spiritual, philosophical and ethical fact.  it encourages virtue and allows people to make sense of life’s ups and downs.

 

hindus attempt to generate good karma so that they can be born into a better life.

 

because karma is its own law, based on quantum physics ,it requires no divine interference.

 

every good karma increaes soul vibration while every bad karma reduced soul vibration frequency.

 

bhakti yoga was cooked up by jew rothschild.

 

faster than light scalar waves generated in the body  provide an energetic communication system that connects all cells. this energy contains the power of the universe and has unlimited potential.

 

why have the indentured coolies strewn around the planet not converted to other religions?

 

it has to do with the human soul.

 

the soul knows what it needs to heal the vehicle it is in. 

 

sanatana dharma makes even the most insignificant person feel that he is not a drop in the ocean, but the ocean is a drop within him.

 

sanatana dharma steeped in spirituality gave abundant hope .

 

 

fear capitulates to hope every single time.

 

hindus are the happiest people on this planet and they need very little material comforts.  much more with much less – a paradox . .

 

hindus live in happy homes where mutual respect and trust is abundant.

 

this is what hope does.

 

the greatest disease afflicting he modern man is fear and jealousy.

 

hinduism liberates you from both.

 

no other religion offers hope the way sanatana dharma does.  hope beats the daylights out of fear every time .

 

every single thing you want is on the other side of fear.

 

fear is never real, it is just a creation of your own mind.  does a baby fear a king cobra ?

 

fear is inflicted by your upon self and it starves  your life .  hinduism feeds your hope so that you can starve your fear to death.  fear causes you to even stop trusting your well wishers .

 

this is the reason why the percentage (%) of divorces, and crime of least among hindus on this planet. sanatana dharma teaches us the value of gratitude. every sanskrit mantra and verse has gratitude woven into it.

 

hindus have never ever attacked any other nation in the past.  hinduism does not preach cowardice, as you can read in bhagawad gita. .

 

today when a hindu reacts to a grave assault he is called a terrorist by the judas media. sorry, hindus have woken up.

 

when china invades we will not give them love instead of bullets and we wont be caught ghumaoing the charkha any more..

 

a man who does not fear dies only once. freedom has to be re-defined the hindu way as the total absence of fear.

 

such a man is not afraid of his own shadows.  the brilliant light of hindusim makes sure there can be no shadows.

 

hope gives you the ability to face uncertainty of the future with aplomb.

 

hindusim uses fear to wake you up and not to shut you down. faith in the supreme creator is paramount .

 

no matter what our past deeds might have been like, the present moment is totally a new opportunity ..

 

hindusim gives all a fresh opportunity to  choose how we think or act.   karma is our own choice made entirely through our free will in the present moment regardless of our past.

 

a soul can lessen its karmic baggage only when inside a human body

 

after one’s death, when the soul is parked in one of the bottom six astral layers , it does not possess kriya shakti or the ability to act or perform kriyamana karma. this starts again at rebirth..the accumulated result of all actions from all our past lifetimes is called “sanchita karma

 

whatever we do  — it has class —  it has deep meaning — it touches the soul

 

when an indian minister went for the world trade centre ceremony– he gave a silver urn containing soil from the bed of every holy river in india–to be mixed the blood drenched ground zero soil

 

he was given three new york firemens caps in return —

 

he put one on his head — and tossed back the remaining two stating   “i have only one head “

 

this is the way you must behave with cunts !

 

an essential condition for attaining moksha or liberation is that the karmic debt be neutralized.karma is not punishment or retribution, but simply an extended expression or consequences, of natural acts. the effects experienced are also able to be mitigated by actions and are not necessarily fated.

 

if cocked eyed lookin’ London ssin’ Tokyo trisha shetty can understand patanajli’s yoga sutras , she will know that yoga is not about twisting your body into pretzel positions

 

subconscious mind has a memory of 100 trillion images, all our experiences, emotions and feelings are stored as an image or a sound in a digitized manner . data that cannot be recalled are retained in the subconscious. a person may be unconscious of ever having been locked in a closet as a child, yet under hypnosis he may recall the experience vividly.

 

make a decision. believe it with your heart and soul. then watch as quantum mechanics organizes events in your favor, this is science. the only limits are your beliefs.

 

your subconscious is listening. be clear about your intentions.

 

your mind sees beyond the five senses of sight, smell, hearing, taste, and touch. your mind is free to travel anywhere across time and space. time and space are just a construct of the human mind. we are all connected by our unconscious minds.

 

remember– we were all born with the stars –at the same split second.. you great great grandfather and you were born at the same instant.

 

who am i ?

 

if you understand this –and live in the moment –your karmic baggage will reduce –because you will not be a son of a bitch after that

 

death is a great leveller

 

the purpose of life is to be happy ( not by screwing somebody elses happiness ) -and being creative — and graceful.

 

these rascal fake gurus —   they claim , oooohh    — i saw rothschilds ( fake ) babaji in himalayas–

 

they claim to have raised their kundalini–( balls !)

 

people who will get moksha  ( zero karmic baggage/ soul at highest frequency/ zero karmic baggage/ zero ego  ) have huge auras…as ego reduces karmic baggage lightens and your soul frequency increases..

 

karmic baggage can be lessened only by good deeds and being creative –so that you prove that you made a difference to this planet for the better..

 

moksha can happen only when the soul frequency and frequency of the mother field brahman  ( morphogenetic consciousness field – seventh astral layer ) is the same..  moksha is purely karma based.

 

there is no short cut or jugaad possible– like rothschilds creation babaji ( or some rascal like sri sri ravishankar/ sadguru jaggi vasudev  ) giving you deeksha .

 

we have hundreds of conmen / charlatans who claimed to have seen babaji in the himalayas and thus became instant gurus raking in the moolah ..

 

http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.com/2017/08/rajnikanth-entry-into-politics-babaji.html

 

sri m – aka- mumtaz ali khan has a pashtun khan jewish dna which i have traced.

 

he does not have a raised kundalini nor has he seen mahavatar babaji in the himalayas as he claims—i will certify this.

 

sri m is married and heads the satsang foundation.

 

he has an agenda when he walks 7500 km all over india. this is jew rothschild’s method.

 

rothschild’s agent labour union leader vv giri’s grandson sainath palagummi also tried this.

 

there are many too many fake hindu gurus both indian and white men who claim to be initiated into sanyas by a 2000 year old ( sic ) mahavatar babaji.

 

this relieves them of the burden of lineage. .

 

what an idea sirjee !

 

paramahansa yogananda’s autobiography of a yogi, reveals babaji.

 

lahiri mahasaya claims to have received kriya yoga it from his guru, babaji.

 

paramahamsa yogananda wrote:– “the northern himalayan crags near badrinarayan are still blessed by the living presence of babaji, guru of lahiri mahasaya. the secluded master has retained his physical form for centuries, perhaps for millenniums. the deathless babaji is an avatara”

 

yogananda wrote : babaji gave yoga initiation to shankara, ancient founder of the swami order, and to kabirdas , famous medieval saint.

 

sorry, adi shankaracharya lived 4000 years ago.

 

kabirdas , never existed –like all other dasas ( kalidas / tulsidas/ ramdas/ ravidas/ haridas blah blah—all fake backdated creations of rothschild the jew owner of british east india company )

 

the propaganda of babaji living in shvetdeep / shamballa / shangrila was started by madame blavatsky .

 

james hilton had written about this place in his novel, lost horizon, about the lost kingdom of shangri-la,( shambala)

 

madame blavatsky , founder of the theosophical society cranked it up further . this is the place of mahatmas or spiritual adepts, in the himalayan mountains . they live on through centuries in various incarnations, perpetuating the knowledge of earlier, more spiritually advanced, civilizations like the egyptian and the greek, and teach it to worthy pupils, — an example is she herself .

 

she swears on her ample bosom that one of these adepts, koot hoomi (or kuthumi baba) was her guru and he was more than 500 years old. you see he has been etching his every birthday between a rock and a hard place.

 

rabindra nath tagore was in cahoots with all such leeches sucking on on hindusim like nikolai konstantinovich rerikh.

 

nikolai konstantinovich rerikh was sponsored by r stooges gandhi and nehru.

 

n.k. roerich died on december 13, 1947 in the valley of kulu.

 

a monument was erected on the place where his body was cremated. the monument has the following inscription: “the body of the great saint (maharishi) nicholas roerich, a great friend of india was burnt at this place on maghar 30, 2004 of the vikram era, which coincides with december 15, 1974. om ram”.

 

jew theosophist , the russian artist, philosopher and explorer, nikolai konstantinovich rerikh , claimed that lhasa, capital of tibet, was connected by a tunnel with shamballah, capital of the subterranean empire of agharta.

 

he claimed ( all bull ) that the entrance of this tunnel was guarded by lamas who were sworn to keep its actual whereabouts a secret from outsiders, by order of the dalai lama.

 

he had rothschild lady edwina mountbatten in cahoots. no wonder he is maharishi .

 

https://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.com/2012/12/madame-helena-petrovna-blavatsky-con.html

 

check out wikipedia —

 

quote:    sri m (born mumtaz ali khan) is a yogi and a disciple of sri maheshwarnath babaji, who was a disciple of mahavatar babaji . sri m, also known as sri madhukarnath ji, is an initiate of the nath sub-tradition of hinduism. he lives in madanapalle, andhra pradesh, india.[1] sri m received the padma bhushan, india’s third-highest civilian award, in 2020.[2] unquote

 

jewish deep state loves childless traitor modi- an enemy of sanatana dharma from within

 

fake rascals with long hair and beards , wearing robes to look like jesus   who milk sanatana dharma , who live in great opulence , who run down ramps like rock stars -waving at huge arranged crowds by rothschilds agents..

 

speaking at freemason international seminars and un — benami media and even gay bollywood directors use them as perception molders

 

they thrive under cameras — they will not give a donation unless covered by media, they want to come on tv with president and pm , they want their photos in newspapers , they publish new youtube videos regularly ,

 

they hunger for awards, they do fake environmentalism, they push homosexuality and anal sex between men–they patent fake yoga , they create own fake gods

 

some are murderers and criminals who have sought shelter behind the veil of hinduism–

 

they made a mistake– too many words in print and youtube videos–all nonsense –all bullshit — all lies–  i can dismantle them easily

 

if i want i can write a book each on our fake padma vibhushan gurus–who milk hinduism, they stay in 7 star hotels ( where hidden cams have caught them )– people will throw stones at them

 

i hope i will not be reduced to this

 

people who let their left brain lobe ( for right handers ) dominate their lives cannot increase their soul frequency .

 

most humans today are functioning in a narrowly focused, egocentric, objective reality characterized by left hemisphere dominance. ..

 

none of the famous spiritual leaders –the darlings of benami media and jnu commies — are jivan mukts

 

none of the media heroes ( like nirmala devi or ramana ) who got themselves buried are jivan mukts..

 

when you go to kumbh mela thousands of sadhus are jivan mukts–with high soul vibrations with golden auras

 

they dont like publicity — they dont milk sanatana dharma–

 

if you think that rothschild ( with his trillions ) is happier than a naked sadhu who lives in solitude in the himalayas –think againhappiness depends on what you think –it is an inside job…

 

JUST BY WEARING A SAFFRON ROBE LIKE THAT BASTARD COMMIE, SWAMI AGNIVESH MAKE YOU A SEER..

 

no guru can give deeksha for moksha

 

sanatana dharma does not allow itmoksha is based on the frequency of your soul vibration which is inexorably linked with the weight of your karmic baggage

 

in india fake gurus sprout like mushrooms because they make their followers feel that they can give them deeksha for moksha..

 

there is this crypto jew khan ( sri m ) from kerala who claimed he saw babaji and he raised his kundalini..

 

4000 years after adi shankaracharya –a blogger named capt ajit vadakayil has exhumed sanatana dharma and is resurrecting itif i dont do it–who can ?

 

this work , 13 years of blogging, 16 hours a day, i do for myself, my watan, my people, my planet

 

my soul voice has assigned this task to me.. not some kosher slave master.

 

my soul voice has assigned this task to me.. not some slave master.

 

i was a martinet at sea, made my crew toil hard.. they did it with joy.. it was a labor of love.. they loved me for making them join the victory lap.

 

a loving mother knows the joy of sacrifice when it comes to her child..

 

when you choose a career for yourself, you must be sure of enjoying the work coupled with self expression — work becomes play..

 

again, when the karmic baggage of the soul reduces , the soul frequency increases.. the moksha soul has the highest freqequency and when it reaches the frequency of brahman the field of the sevent astral layer, the moksha soul merges with the field – and this soul is now god, never to be re-inducted into an earthy womb again..

 

after the ancient vedic rishis, it is the flower children ( hippies ) of the sixties , who took on big brother and tried to expand it. these hippies who consumed cannabis gave us the internet..

 

pingala emerges on the right hand side of mooladhara, exactly opposite to ida. it spirals up the spinal column, crossing ida at the four major energy centres, and terminates at the root of the right nostril. pingala governs the whole right side of the body. to control pingala the breath in the right nostril is manipulated.

 

 the right hemisphere of brain  governs the left side of the body and the left hemisphere governs the right side of the body. ida is connected to the right hemisphere and pingala to the left.

 

the right hemisphere processes information in a diffuse and wholistic manner. it controls orientation in space and is particularly sensitive to the vibrational realm of existence and those experiences which are intangible to the external sense receptors.

 

thus it is responsible for psychic and extrasensory perception, and stimulates creative, artistic and musical abilities.

 

conversely, the left hemisphere in relation to pingala is responsible for rational, analytical andmathematical ability. in the left hemisphere, information is processed sequentially, linearly and logically .

 

in this way the hemispheres, in association with the nadis, control and motivate our responses in day to day life. the left hemisphere has been noted to create an aggressive response or the ‘fight’ reaction, whereas the right hemisphere causes a person to withdraw and become a passive participant or to ‘flee’.

 

the tantric concept of shiva/shakti, the twin forces existing within each individual, can be seen in the structure of the brain and pranic body in terms of ida and pingala. it certainly substantiates the idea of a person having two minds, one positive and the other negative, and even the theorythat there is a male and female side in everyone.

 

 in the central axis where the two adjoining sides meet, the positive and negative energies become equalized and create a neutral energy field running straight up and down through the centre. in yoga this important pathway is called sushumna nadi.

 

sushumna emerges from the base of the spine, the same as ida and pingala, but without diverging right or left, it travels directly up through the centre, piercing the main chakras and plexuses along the route. sushumna unites with ida and pingala at ajna chakra in the region of the medulla oblongata.

 

thus it is considered to correspond with the central or cerebrospinal nervous system (cns). the cns carries impulses to the whole system. it is one main system, running from the base of the spine to the brain, and sushumna is also located in the same position.

 

at man’s present stage of evolution sushumna lies dormant. we know that it has tremendous potential, but unless we can apply some particular method to activate it, at the rate we are evolving it will take thousands of years. therefore, through the manipulation of the swara yogis devised the means of awakening sushumna.

 

 under normal circumstances energy travels up either ida or pingala.

 

however, if both these energies can be brought together, a more powerful force, known as kundalini shakti, will awaken. kundalini is the spiritual force which operates at very high frequencies. in comparison to the energies of ida and pingala, this force is like a laser beam. however, before kundalini energy is generated, the sushumna passage must first be opened.

 

when sushumna is active, the breath flows through both nostrils simultaneously. every hour and thirty minutes after sunrise, the central nadi flows for a few moments. a when sushumna flows the whole brain operates.

 

in ida or pingala only half the brain is active, but in sushumna both the karmendriyas and jnanendriyas, that is the physical organs and the mental organs, function simultaneously and you become very powerful, whether in spiritual or in mundane life.

 

by the simultaneous flow of air through both nostrils. of course, it does not mean that kundalini has risen; it only implies that there is activation or opening of sushumna.

 

concentration on sushumna in combination with specifically designed yogic practices slowly builds up the charge in preparation for kundalini awakening.

 

while concentrating on sushumna, three other nadis which lie within the inner walls of sushumna are also brought into operation. the deeper you go, the more refined the nadis become. just inside the outer surface is vajra nadi, within this lies chitra or chitrini nadi, and deeper still is the subtlest brahma nadi.

 

the ancient indian kings in all their practical wisdom realized this and made all those hindu temples with stone statues amazing sexual content, to wean away a potential yogi who could have been a soldier or a farmer or a husband..

 

we are poised between life and death and our whole existence is a struggle to retain balance between these two dual forces.  vedic maharishis who were yogis realized the existence of these forces and understood their relationship. they said that man has three main flows of energy nadis– ida, pingala and sushumna, and which have been roughly translated as body, mind and spirit.

 

pingala can be deemed as the dynamic, active, masculine, positive, yang , tamas energy within our   personality.   it   has   a   physical   and   mental   side.   its   material   qualities   are   light,   heat, solar, energy accumulating, creative, organizing,  focused (centripetal) and contractive.

 

the positive, dynamic mental side within freud’s system is eros, the pleasure principle, and in jung’s system is the conscious personality, the rational, discriminating side. we can say that pingala is  psychosomatic energy, outwardly directed, mind acting on body to motivate the organs of action, the karmendriyas. it is the basic energy of life.

 

ida is the energy within the personality which is passive, receptive, feminine, negative, yin. at the physical level it is dark, cold, lunar, energy dissipating, disorganizing, entropic, expansive (centrifugal) and relaxing.

 

sushumna is a high tension power line and ida and pingala carry the domestic lines to power the basic necessities. few of us realise this third, spiritualized state and most of us oscillate from one state to another. every 90 minutes ida and pingala alternate their dominance and only for a few minutes does sushumna come into potential being.

 

born of this darkness, this psychic self-absorption, is the dogged conviction that the psychic, personal man has separate, exclusive interests, which he can follow for himself alone; and this conviction, when put into practice in our life, leads to contest with other personalities, and so to hate. a true yogi cannot hate

 

things seen, the total of the phenomenal, possess as their property, manifestation, action, inertia: the qualities of force and matter in combination. these, in their grosser form, make the material world

 

in their finer, more subjective form, they make the psychical world, the world of sense-impressions and mind-images. and through this totality of the phenomenal, the soul gains experience, and is prepared for liberation to give all snowballed experience to its mother field . the whole outer world exists for the purposes of the soul, and finds in this its true reason for being.

 

all life’s infinite variety is for the development of the soul. so passing through many lives, the soul learns the secrets of the world, and the august natural laws  yet all these laws are but reflections, but projections outward, of the laws of the soul; therefore in learning these, the soul learns to know itself. all life is but the mirror wherein the soul learns to know its own face.

 

before we can understand the laws of karma, we must free ourselves from karma– paradox . the conquest of covetousness brings this rich fruit, because the root of covetousness is the desire of the individual soul, the will toward manifested life.

 

and where the desire of the individual soul is overcome by the superb, still life of the universal soul welling up in the heart within, the great secret is discerned, the secret that the individual soul is not an isolated reality, but the ray, the manifest instrument of the life, which turns it this way and that until the great work is accomplished, the age-long lesson learned.

 

instead of the outer form and surroundings of our lives, we long for their inner and everlasting essence. we desire not so much outer converse and closeness to our friends, but rather that quiet communion with them in the inner chamber of the soul, where spirit speaks to spirit, and spirit answers; where alienation and separation never enter; where sickness and sorrow and death cannot come.

 

the   power   of   the   chakras   does   not   reside   in   the chakras themselves, but in sahasrara. the chakras are only transducers .  it is only when kundalini reaches ajna chakra that the transcendence begins.  all the potential lies in sahasrara. the literal meaning of the word sahasrara is ‘one thousand’. for this reason it is said to be a lotus with one thousand petals.

 

sahasrara is the culmination of yoga, the perfect union between shiva and shakti and the unfolding of enlightenment. 

 

when this union takes place, the moment of self-realization or samadhi begins. at this point the individual man dies.  i don’t mean that physical death occurs, it is death of the mundane awareness or individual awareness.  it is death of the experience of name and form. at this time you don’t   remember   the   ‘i’,   the   ‘you’   or   the   ‘they’.

 

the   experience,   the   experienced   and   the experiencer are one and the same. the seer, seeing and and seen are merged as a unified whole. in other words, there is no multiple or dual awareness.

 

there is only single awareness. when shiva and shakti unite, nothing remains, there is absolute silence. shakti does not remain shakti and shiva is no more shiva, both are mingled into one and they can no longer be identified as two different forces.

 

in due course the kundalini energy comes down, ideally taking residence in the heart anahata chakra,  balancing upper and lower chakras.  you live a normal life, associating with everybody and discharging your worldly obligations like other people do.

 

now you are in the midst of games of victory and defeat,  attachments and infatuations,  but you just play a game.  you know it; you do everything as an actor.  you are not involved in it life and soul .  people recognize you as a divine incarnation reality.

 

the heart fork is tuned to the om vibration  this tone promotes deep relaxation and sedation.  it is the frequency that influences the soul. it is relaxing, soothing, balancing and sedative. the sitar and tambura music are tuned to this keynote. it is the frequency of the soul

 

ancient master sitar and tanpura players would come for a concert only after intense mediation in the theta brain wave bordering 7.83 hertz ( om).

 

then they would stride up on stage , hold the sitar and strum –and automatically adjust the bass drone tone to 136.1 hertz.  the audience would watch mesmerized .

 

om frequency of  7.83 hertz cannot be heard by the human ear ( cannot hear  on either side of 20- 20000 hertz).

 

no indian music master ever used a korg / hartke tuner.

 

he used his own heart chakra which resonates to 136.1 hertz. the symbol is the six pointed star which the jews stole.

 

 a earth year is 365.242 days and an earth day is 86,400 seconds.

 

the calculation of 1/(365.24199 x 86400) = 0.000000031689 hz. this is, in its 32nd octave, the tone c# at 136.10 hz.

 

the cosmic harmonics of basic note om.

 

this is the real meaning of attunement .

 

sanatana dharma is based on longitudinal sound waves which are in harmonics to om ( 7.83 hertz ) which is also the heart beat of planet earth .  sanatana dharma is also based on  longitudinal scalar waves which travel faster than light.

 

ancient maharishis could convert planetary cycles into musical pitches.

 

sa corresponds to the sound of one earth year of the time it takes the earth to circle the sun.

 

to arrive at the frequency of 136.1 hz, an earth year is reduced to a second (frequencies are measured in cycles per second).

 

now do an experiment (  i wont give any match sticks to monkeys )  — this is all you get .

 

the tonic note is ‘sa’. is the key of ‘c’—tuned to the heart chakra sajda

 

strike a tuning fork of 136.10 hz (the frequency of the earth / om/ ) 1.5 inches below the bottom of your breastbone .

 

don’t do it for too long !

 

to activate the ‘third eye’ and perceive higher dimensions, the pineal ( soul ) and the pituitary ( body ) glands must vibrate in yin-yang unison, to create a field

 

to activate the third eye of shiva, or to perceive higher dimensions, the pineal gland ( soul ) and the pituitary glands ( body ) must vibrate in resonance to create a field.

 

this is represented by samudra manthan in hindu mythology, where mount meru is used to churn the oceans for amrit or ambrosia in a to and fro movement , representing vibrations..

 

the amrit of the ambrosia or soma is the holy grail. the pineal gland produces pinoline, ( 6-methoxy-tetra-dydro-beta carboline, or 6-meo-thbc ) .

 

pinoline also resonates with the very pulse of life 7.83 hertz, the pulse the dna uses to replicate, and which has been measured to be emitted from the brains and hands of all successful healers,

 

 

 

 

SOUL MATTERS , PART 27- Capt Ajit Vadakayil

THIS POST IS CONTINUED FROM PART 26 BELOW

 

people whose minds are wrecked go for a two week vipassana course to still their minds from chitta vrittis .. chitta vritti is “mind chatter,” or “monkey mind,”

 

vritti means vortex, eddy, or whirlpool. vrittis means cyclical movements of energy in the spine.

 

the goals of yoga is to take control of citta vritti by quieting the mind, thereby reducing stress and increasing self-awareness.

 

I WILL EXPOUND CHITTA VRITTIS IN PART 27 AND 28 . THIS WILL BE THE BEST EVER PANNED ON THIS PLANET—PAST/ PRESENT/ FUTURE

 

according to patanjali, there are five types of vritti:–

 

pramana (correct knowledge)

 

viparyaya (misconception)

 

vikalpa (conceptualization)

 

nidra (sleep)

 

smriti (memory)

 

the vritti can be painful (klishta) or non-painful (aklishta), but they always affect one’s ability to find truth. joyful thoughts can prevent the individual from reaching a true sense of self just as much as fearful thoughts can.

 

yogic training in concentration, attention, breathing exercises and meditation can quiet citta vritti to help the yoga practitioner reach a more peaceful awareness and truer sense of self.

 

 

vipashyana sadhana is part f vedas downloaded 400 centuries ago.

 

it has nothing to do with the fake pali seaking pig eating buddha

 

VIPASHAYA IS THE STILLNESS WHICH COMES AFTER THE YAAZHI’S INFRA SOUND ROAR..

 

the national emblem   of ashoka sarnath lions is in reality the seal of danava empire bloodline of kerala thiyya king mahabali who ruled 12,000 years ago ( kalanemi sr/ hiranyakashipu/ virochana / mahabali / kalanemi jr ). the animal is yaazhi ( kaduva ) with non-retractable claws..

 

the mighty vahana of goddess laxmi, / bharatmata not a wee lion.  the symbol of the vadakayil kalki army is a yaazhi a fierce creature thrice the size of a lion which has non-retractable claws

 

THE INFRASOUND ROAR OF A YAZHI CAUSES BIRDS TO FALL DOWN IN A TAIL SPIN AND ALL SNAKES LIVING IN DEEP HOLES TO COME OUT IN THE OPEN IN THE FOREST DAZED .

 

 

the real buddha, whose statues are found in ancient rock cut temples, was born in 1900 bce in india, kikita, gaya, bihar, to parents anjana/ hemajit-  he spoke sanskrit, was a vegetarian, and believed in the soul —

 

the fake buddha, cooked up by jew rothschild as the 9th avatar of vishnu, was touted to be born in 480 bce in nepal, lumbini, kapilavastu, to parents mayadevi/ shuddodhana – he spoke pali, ate pig and denied the existence of the soul.

 

this concept of atman and jiva have been personified and taken into the bible as adam and eve and the fall of man. jewess helena cooked up bible/ torah/ jesus/ adam/ eve/ and all its abrahamic heroes.

 

 

 

this is the effect of the twin disciplines of abhyasa and vairagya, through which the sadhaka turns wise and free, untarnished by the influence of chitta.  prasahkhyana, means ‘highest knowledge’, purusakhyati, means ‘perception of the soul’.

 

zero point field is an information field as it encodes everything that has left its traces in the form of scalar waves in this universe. this boils down to the recording of every little thought that was ever thought and every little move that was ever made. it is from this field that maharishis downloaded the vedas..

 

sanatana dharma is the only religion which is not man made.. consciousness creates our space time. since quantum stuff reacts to consciousness, the universe is constructed by consciousness. by adding the dimension of time to 3d space, our consciousness is given the ability to evolve..

 

without change there is no evolution, hence the vortex golden spiral. what appear to us as fundamental dimensions and attributes of the physical world—space, time, matter and energy—are but the fundamental dimensions and attributes of the forms appearing in consciousness. thus the smallest item would be a unit of perception, a unit of experience.

 

it would be a quantum of consciousness, a quantum of chitta. cells themselves have the ability to perfectly reprogram their own dna when the external environment demands it. how were the ancient maharishis able to record the distances between planets and their diameters? why is 108 a divine number in sanatana dharma?

 

http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.com/2016/12/108-numerical-equivalent-of-hindu-king.html

 

 the morphogenetic field or brahman , has a self organizing nature. this is a merged grand akashik field of several morphic fields of different nature by resonant coupling. this inductive field has consciousness and self initiating nature.

 

vedanta penned down 7000 years ago declares it is the conscious drashta (observing system ) that makes this srishti / drishya ( observed system ) to appear or exist.. when under conscious observation, electrons are being “forced” to behave like particles and not like waves..

 

in the microscopic world quantum physics rules. nothing is certain. in the quantum realm the conscious observer is king, as he creates reality. this is the principle of maya.. the act of observing, of measuring, a maya controlled quantum system has a profound effect on the system. . heisenberg’s uncertainty principle, is just another equation of maya..

 

it tells us that there is a fuzziness in nature, a fundamental limit to what we can know about the behavior of quantum particles and, therefore, the smallest scales of nature. werner heisenberg came to india to study sanskrit and vedanta ( upanishads ).. as described by heisenberg’s uncertainty principle, each individual particle exists in a superposition – a probabilistic state of being everywhere and nowhere at once. as with the earlier experiment, the act of measurement – the act of pinning down the exact location and speed of the particle seemed to ‘force’ it to pick a spot and lose that probabilistic wave-like behavior..

 

reality is a big question mark until something or someone interacts with it. matter, which is made up of quantum particles, can’t exist in a definite state unless the wave function is collapsed.. in the effort to suck up to jew rothschild’s communism — scientists were reticent to implicate consciousness. they could be excommunicated .

 

after all german jew rothschild controlled modern science.. material science is based on objective forces in our universe that obey strict laws of behavior. were consciousness proven to exist, it would imply a force unknown to science and it has shades of religiosity that scientists recoil in horror..

 

if consciousness were proven to affect matter at the most basic level all of materialist science would collapse.. it is well known in physics experiments that the observer can become entangled with the object that they are measuring, changing the measurement. it is written in the vedas that we are all entangled in some way, and there really is a connection between every living thing in the galaxy.

 

the effects of quantum entanglement tend to be very small for everyday objects. any observer must be conscious, and therefore the consciousness of the observer is critical to the outcome of any quantum experiment.  it is no great coincidence that almost all the great quantum scientists were proficient in vedanta.

 

the timeless principles of vedanta is expressed in the technical language of quantum mechanics and the philosophy of science, even today with little or no attenuation of meaning.  scalar electromagnetics is a unified field theory, of electromagnetics and gravitation, as per the sri yantra divine geometry.

 

what is in the macrocosm is in this microcosm.  as per vedanta we are essentially holographic energy beings existing in a state of resonance with the scalar field of the cosmos.   none of the quantum scientists have categorized vedanta as a religious work. they have perused and found that it is a subtle mathematical or scientific analysis.  .

 

vedanta and quantum mechanics describe the same subject—ultimate reality—from opposite points of view and perspective.  vedanta examines evidence, asserts hypotheses, quotes established authorities both pro and con its thesis, and closely reasons its way to a well-substantiated conclusion.

 

the space between the electrons , which gave free energy to the perpetual motion of the electrons , which prevent them from falling into the nucleus, is called akasha as per vedanta the electrons, protons and neutrons are only a small part of the atom.  it is the space between them that is, the “substance.”  .. the post below was penned 12 years ago.

 

 

that vedanta is available in the “soap is civilization” christian west primarily through religious interpreters in pagan saffron robes has prejudiced their evaluation of its relevance to scientific concerns.

 

vedanta has always spoken about the importance of the conscious observer.  the mystic and the physicist has now arrived at the same conclusion; one starting from the inner realm, the other from the outer world.

 

western science like vedanta  never devoted itself to who’s observing, and a science that does not take into account the observer, who is so fundamental to the observation, because without the observer there would be no observation – is an incomplete and mindless science.   we cannot call it a science; unless we include consciousness.  

 

the ancient seers said, that the universal laws are clear, your attitude about your life will shape it, that  matter, energy and consciousness are interchangeable.   modern science accepted consciousness only after it got shell shocked by the results of the quantum double slit experiment..

 

vedanta has always spoken about the importance of the conscious observer.  when creation occurs, the universe the essence of which was always within brahman evolves itself and issues out of the brahman with name and form, this is what is called creation. brahman creates the world just as a spider creates it’s webs out of itself.

 

vedas penned down in 5000 bc says that the only constant in the cosmos is change, everything is in a state of flux, nothing is static– everything is vibratory. this is what guarantees growth and evolution. it is a cosmic spiraling dance of separate opposing forces, which sustains this universe

 

sakshi witnesses all thoughts, words and deeds without interfering with them or being affected by them. sakshi ( observer ) or shiva / purusha , along with shakti (will /energy/motion), represents the brahman, the totality itself in its most fundamental state, the panentheistic concept of all mighty, revealed in ancient philosophical texts of hinduism.

 

the field of mind (chittakasha) involves the duality of the seer and the seen, the observer (drg) and the observed (drshya), which duality is overcome in the field of pure consciousness. drg-drshya-viveka ( 5000 bc ) tells us:– “when form is the object of observation or drshyam, then the eye is the observer or drk; when the eye is the object of observation, then the mind is the observer; when the pulsations of the mind are the objects of observation, then sakshi or the witnessing-self is the real observer; and it is always the observer, and, being self-luminous, can never be the object of observation.

 

when the notion and the attachment that one is the physical body is dissolved, and the supreme self is realized, wherever one goes, there one experiences samadhi. “.. the sankhya vedanta school was expounded by kapila, a kerala maharishi who lived 13500 years ago…

 

krishna says, because of lack of understanding, we do not recognize the one eternal divine everywhere and identify ourselves with the body and the mind and thereby feel that they alone are real. consequently, we come to the conclusion that sensuality, materialistic pursuits and selfish satisfactions are the only goals worth pursuing in life. yoga is control of the mind, restraint of the mind-stuff. patanjali says-yoga is chitta-vritti-nirodhah. as a word, vritti means literally vortex (of consciousness), or “circular activity with no beginning and no end”.

 

what the mind serves up are the images designed to entertain consciousness. the mind never sees ‘the thing in itself.’ mind is immaterial when compared with matter but it is a subtle material when compared with consciousness. since mind is an object for a subject (mind or thoughts can be known), it is considered non-intelligent or inert. mind is not self-revealing.

 

mind has its seat in the physical brain, during the waking state, mind gains experiences of the physical universe in and through the vibrations of the brain. it is mind’s function to act as a limiter to the vision of the self/consciousness so that the experience is experienced vividly. a mind without desire becomes calm and serene. a disturbed mind cannot execute any action with efficiency.

 

thus renunciation is the goal to be reached through abandoning the anxiety for the enjoyment of the fruits of actions. when a man performs his obligatory duties without the spirit of doership and selfishness, his mind is purified and becomes fit for self realization .

 

in vedantic parlance, there are four dimensions or categories to mind (thought) in its function. these dimensions of mind are known as ego (ahamkaara), reasoning and determining faculty, buddhi (self-consciousness, higher mind, working mind or impersonal mind), lower mind or intellect (manas) and memory (chittha or chittham).

 

when the soul identifies itself with the modes of nature, it forgets its own reality and uses the mind, life and body for the egoistic satisfaction. vedanta tells us that liberation comes to those who know brahman as that which is the origin and end of all things, the universal principle behind and at source of everything that exists, and the consciousness that pervades everything and everyone.

 

such realization comes from self-knowledge and self-discipline. moksha is self-discipline that is so perfect that it becomes unconscious, second nature, an unworldly understanding, and a state of bliss.

 

this liberation comes from a life lived with inner purity, alert mind, led by reason, intelligence, and realization of the supreme self who dwells in all beings .. spirituality is directly associated with soul.

 

it connects the soul to the supreme energy- the field of brahman. the soul and mind are in the quantized state which modulate the physiological and psychological processes on creativity and consciousness of mind in the function of human body. general anaesthetic, which switches off consciousness, does this through quantum means, measured by changes in electron spin. all biological systems are quantum mechanical, being composed of atoms and thus subject to the quantum theory of atomic structure.

 

cosmic consciousness takes place in sahasrara chakra. the human brain is still in an organic state of evolution toward higher levels of consciousness. with elevated consciousness you develop wisdom is discriminating between right and wrong..

 

the jiva enjoys the world of objects through sense organs and mind. consciousness never directly illumines any object but when reflected upon mind and intellect it becomes intelligence in which the sense objects become illumined. the jiva, using the mind along with sense organs, enjoys the sense objects such as sound, touch, taste, smell etc. true happiness of human beings lies not in the possession of outward things but in the fulfillment of the higher mind and spirit, in the development of what is most inward in us.

 

it may mean pain and restraint but it will lead us to joy and freedom. pursuing the path of creative action a seeker drops the bulk of the vasanas, desires. his mind becomes purified. his intellect becomes sharp. he rises to the path of knowledge and acquires spiritual values. work becomes worship, by aligning the mind through the performance of activity, to the consciousness of the self. this change of attitude towards work removes drudgery in work..

 

the quantum physicists know of the observer’s conscious awareness of the characteristics of the physical objects under experiment. the static collapse caused by minds affect the quantum-mechanical states of physical systems and the objective, observable properties of the cosmological world as well. the basic notion of the relationship between mind and matter is participation rather than interaction ..

 

the conscious man of high soul frequency has a body-soul duality that is an extension of the wave-particle duality of subatomic particles. both dualities participate in the element of subjectivism in explaining reality. this element of reality represents the philosophical aspect but has been neglected by contemporary cosmologists, who focus on the results of observation.

 

the metaphysics of this duality can be derived from the laws of nature. quantum computers have shown to have the ability to perform processes that conventional computers cannot, which reminds us of how our brains can achieve things that are far beyond artificial intelligence.

 

everything we know, perceive, and imagine, every color, sound, sensation, every thought and every feeling, is a form appearing in the mind. it is all an in-forming of consciousness—mind stuff- or chitta. .

 

what appear to us as fundamental dimensions and attributes of the physical world—space, time, matter and energy—are but the fundamental dimensions and attributes of the forms appearing in consciousness.

 

thus the smallest item would be a unit of perception, a unit of experience. it would be a quantum of consciousness, a quantum of chitta.

 

when the gita says “the universe produced phenomenally in me, is pervaded by me. . . from me the world is born, in me it exists, in me it dissolves.”  it can only be understood if we understand consciousness.

 

this is why the western readers who has no idea of consciousness , thought that the glorious vedas are bumpkin shepherds verses .  only consciousness can explain consciousness.

 

the fabric of the universe, the primal field, was created by consciousness and is held in existence by consciousness. the entire universe is the consciousness of the creator.

 

consciousness creates energy, it creates matter, and it creates the perspectives of space and time.

 

the taittiriya upanishad speaks of maharishi bhrigu, the son of varuna, approaching his father with the following prayer: ‘adhihi bhagavo brahmeti. sir, teach me brahman.’

 

varuna says, ‘yato va imani bhutani jayante; yena jatani jivanti; yatprayantyabhisamvishantiti; tadvijijnasasva; tadbrahmeti”.

 

know that from which all beings originate, emerge; that in which all beings rest; and that into which all beings finally merge – that is brahman.’ (3.1.1)

 

vedanta says that there’s an inner intelligence in your body, and that inner intelligence is consciousness, it’s the ultimate… it’s the ultimate in supreme genius, which mirrors the wisdom of the universe.

 

newton’s classical objective  science is devoted only to that which is observed.

 

soon psychology came along, to the process of observation.

 

but western science like vedanta  never devoted itself to who’s observing, and a science that does not take into account the observer, who is so fundamental to the observation, because without the observer there would be no observation – is an incomplete and mindless science.

 

we cannot call it a science; unless we include consciousness. the upanishads are not philosophy but are darshanas, “something seen” and therefore to be realized.

 

consciousness is the intelligent force that started the blueprint which ultimately manifested itself as a particular form.

 

the upanishads form the concluding portions of the veda and therefore called the “vedanta” or the end of the veda and contains the essence of vedic teachings.

 

the vedas in its unchanged unabridged format in sanskrit verses , have guided the indian’s religious direction for ages and will continue to do so till our sun goes supernova. .

 

the vedic metaphysician was a sort of super scientist, unlimited in his curiosity and gifted with a capacity for putting together other people’s findings with a skill and imagination that none of them individually commands.

 

the sanskrit word for philosophy is darshan or ‘seeing’, which implies that sanatana dharma is is grounded firmly on human consciousness and perception.

 

vedas introduced consciousness , the most valuable thing on this planet , to western philosophical thought.

 

the vedas are considered to be eternal, without beginning and end as they represent the divine truth itself as perceived through the elevated consciousness of great seers.

 

the ancient vedic rishis in all their wisdom said that our universe is not woven from matter but consciousness.

 

the vedic sages who discovered brahman  had depersonalized themselves in the search for truth. unlike modern western philosophers who lift vedic ideas without any understanding , and patent it in their names.

 

pure consciousness is our spiritual essence. being infinite and unbounded, it is also bliss

 

the mind is nothing but the stream of thoughts that passes over consciousness.  of all these thoughts, the first one is the thought “i am this body.”

 

because, in order to attend to a finite object you must first imagine yourself as a finite subject.  consciousness cannot know a finite object directly because consciousness is infinite.

 

mind can only access experience thought by thought, because it is not possible to have more than one thought at a time.  consciousness has no such limitation (it is dimensionless), several thoughts occur at the same time which is always ‘now.’

 

all things happen in consciousness at the selfsame instant; experienced simultaneously and sequentially–with each new experience ‘erasing’ the old.  and so it is as if the old never happened.

 

इन्द्रियाणि पराण्याहुरिन्द्रियेभ्य: परं मन: |

 

मनसस्तु परा बुद्धिर्यो बुद्धे: परतस्तु : || 42||

 

indriyani paranyahur indriyebhyah param manah

 

manasas tu para buddhir yo buddheh paratas tu sah

 

translation

 

bg 3.42: the senses are superior to the gross body, and superior to the senses is the mind. beyond the mind is the intellect, and even beyond the intellect is the soul.

 

निराशीर्यतचित्तात्मा त्यक्तसर्वपरिग्रह: |

 

शारीरं केवलं कर्म कुर्वन्नाप्नोति किल्बिषम् || 21||

 

nirashir yata-chittatma tyakta-sarva-parigrahah

 

shariram kevalam karma kurvan napnoti kilbisham

 

translation

 

bg 4.21: free from expectations and the sense of ownership, with the mind and intellect fully controlled, they incur no sin even though performing actions by their body.

 

when  an individual—

 

1. completely  renounces desire

 

2. brings his body  and mind under perfect control and

 

3. relinquishes all  possessions, his ego ends.

 

when  the ego has ended his actions do not leave any impressions on his mind and intellect  and hence they are not capable of bringing about any consequences.

 

such  a saint’s activities do not bind him since he is not the performer of actions  but the actions merely flow through him. he is not a doer of actions but only  an instrument for the lord’s will to express itself. the human soul becomes the  pure channel of divine power.

 

योगी युञ्जीत सततमात्मानं रहसि स्थित: |

 

एकाकी यतचित्तात्मा निराशीरपरिग्रह: || 10||

 

yogi yunjita satatam atmanam rahasi sthitah

 

ekaki yata-chittatma nirashir aparigrahah

 

translation

 

bg 6.10: those who seek the state of yog should reside in seclusion, constantly engaged in meditation with a controlled mind and body, getting rid of desires and possessions for enjoyment.

 

a  yogi should always try constantly to concentrate his mind (on the supreme self),  remaining in solitude, living alone with the mind and body controlled, free from  desires and possessions.

 

arjuna wanted to know the ways and means of achieving the  constant experience of inward equilibrium. krishna explains the methods of  self-development and the technique of self-perfection which can be attained by  all. the method taught by krishna requires the seekers to exert themselves by  constantly practicing concentration which is called meditation.

 

.  a purified mind is the one wherein there are no  agitations and when the mind becomes thus steady and pure, it discovers its own  real nature just like one understands himself by looking at his own image in a  mirror. the purification of the heart, chittasuddhi, is a matter of  discipline. it is a disciplined disinterestedness. blessed are the pure in  heart for they shall see god. wisdom is a condition in a being at rest.

 

यदा विनियतं चित्तमात्मन्येवावतिष्ठते |

 

नि:स्पृह: सर्वकामेभ्यो युक्त इत्युच्यते तदा || 18||

 

yada viniyatam chittam atmanyevavatishthate

 

nihsprihah sarva-kamebhyo yukta ityuchyate tada

 

translation

 

bg 6.18: with thorough discipline, they learn to withdraw the mind from selfish cravings and rivet it on the unsurpassable good of the soul. such persons are said to be in yog, and are free from all yearning of the senses.

 

when  the well-controlled mind rests in the soul alone, free from longing for objects  of desires, then one is said to have attained yoga.

 

when  the mind is completely under control it rests peacefully in the soul alone.  uncontrolled mind is the one which wanders in search of satisfaction among the  sense objects. to make the mind withdraw from its nomadic nature for  contemplating continuously on the soul, which is the substratum that illumines  all perceptions and experiences, one has to make it free from desires.

 

while  desires by themselves are not unhealthy, gita advises us to renounce our cravings  for all objects of desires seen or unseen, belonging to this world or the next.

 

when  the mind is withdrawn from sense objects, it becomes capable of contemplating  on the soul as it is free from agitations.   the finite and limited sense objects disturb the mind, while the  unlimited and infinite self brings peace and joy to it.

 

this condition of  replacing sense oriented thoughts with contemplation on thesoul is called  steadfastness.  the steadfast mind of a  yogi is described in the next verse.

 

यथा दीपो निवातस्थो नेङ्गते सोपमा स्मृता |

 

योगिनो यतचित्तस्य युञ्जतो योगमात्मन: || 19||

 

yatha dipo nivata-stho nengate sopama smrita

 

yogino yata-chittasya yunjato yogam atmanah

 

translation

 

bg 6.19: just as a lamp in a windless place does not flicker, so the disciplined mind of a yogi remains steady in meditation on the supreme.

 

like  a lamp kept in a windless place which does not flicker” – that is the figure for the disciplined mind of a yogi practicing concentration on the  soul.

 

mind  is as unstable as a flickering flame of a lamp. but when the same mind is made  to concentrate in the soul by the meditator its vacillations and wanderings are  stopped. it becomes brilliant just as a flickering lamp when placed in a  windless spot.

 

यत्रोपरमते चित्तं निरुद्धं योगसेवया |

 

यत्र चैवात्मनात्मानं पश्यन्नात्मनि तुष्यति || 20||

 

yatroparamate chittam niruddham yoga-sevaya

 

yatra chaivatmanatmanam pashyann atmani tushyati

 

translation

 

bg 6.20: when the mind, restrained from material activities, becomes still by the practice of yog, then the yogi is able to behold the soul through the purified mind, and he rejoices in the inner joy.

 

when  the mind, restrained by the practice of yoga, attains quietitude and when  seeing the self by the self, he is rejoiced in his own soul.

 

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अथ चित्तं समाधातुं शक्नोषि मयि स्थिरम् |

 

अभ्यासयोगेन ततो मामिच्छाप्तुं धनञ्जय || 9||

 

atha chittam samadhatum na shaknoshi mayi sthiram

 

abhyasa-yogena tato mam ichchhaptum dhananjaya

 

translation

 

bg 12.9: if you are unable to fix your mind steadily on me, o arjun, then practice remembering me with shraddha while constantly restraining the mind from worldly affairs.

 

krishna advises that by constant practice to steady the mind and fix it on one point one can achieve realisation. the practice of withdrawing the mind from all sorts of sensual objects and fixing it again and again on one particular ideal or a tangible symbol or the soul with the help of discriminative intellect which rules over and directs the mental energies is known as abhyasa. by such constant practice, divinity takes gradual possession of our nature.

 

सर्वद्वारेषु देहेऽस्मिन्प्रकाश उपजायते |

 

ज्ञानं यदा तदा विद्याद्विवृद्धं सत्त्वमित्युत || 11||

 

लोभ: प्रवृत्तिरारम्भ: कर्मणामशम: स्पृहा |

 

रजस्येतानि जायन्ते विवृद्धे भरतर्षभ || 12||

 

अप्रकाशोऽप्रवृत्तिश्च प्रमादो मोह एव |

 

तमस्येतानि जायन्ते विवृद्धे कुरुनन्दन || 13||

 

sarva-dvareshu dehe ’smin prakasha upajayate

 

jnanam yada tada vidyad vivriddham sattvam ity uta

 

lobhah pravrittir arambhah karmanam ashamah spriha

 

rajasy etani jayante vivriddhe bharatarshabha

 

aprakasho ’pravrittish cha pramado moha eva cha

 

tamasy etani jayante vivriddhe kuru-nandana

 

translation

 

bg 14.11-13: when all the gates of the body are illumined by knowledge, know it to be a manifestation of the mode of goodness. when the mode of passion predominates, o arjun, the symptoms of greed, exertion for worldly gain, restlessness, and craving develop. o arjun, nescience, inertia, negligence, and delusion—these are the dominant signs of the mode of ignorance.

 

the symptoms when tamas predominates are given. —

 

•darkness – a condition in which intellect is not capable of arriving at any decision.

 

•inertness – sense of incapacity to undertake any endeavor and lack of enthusiasm to achieve anything in the world.

 

•mis-comprehension – incapacity to respond to good or bad and miscalculation of one’s relationship with others around. delusion – when such a person fails to understand the outside world he is always deluded.

 

ऊर्ध्वं गच्छन्ति सत्त्वस्था मध्ये तिष्ठन्ति राजसा: |

 

जघन्यगुणवृत्तिस्था अधो गच्छन्ति तामसा: || 18||

 

urdhvam gachchhanti sattva-stha madhye tishthanti rajasah

 

jaghanya-guna-vritti-stha adho gachchhanti tamasah

 

translation

 

bg 14.18: those situated in the mode of goodness rise upward; those in the mode of passion stay in the middle; and those in the mode of ignorance go downward.

 

•go upwards: those who are living a pure life of discrimination, clear thinking, right judgment and self-discipline cultivate more and more sattva qualities in themselves. when the mind is thus quiet it evolves to a higher level.

 

•dwell in the middle: those of rajasic nature, with all their desires and agitations, ambitions and achievements again and again manifest as human beings till they acquire the required purity.

 

•go downwards: those of tamasic nature that are full of misconceptions and deluded in their own lust and passions devolve themselves into the lower natures.

 

this  verse repeats the ideas expressed in the verse which explained the continuity  of existence even after death. it is made clear that all the three gunas bind  man to attachment; including sattva which binds us to knowledge and happiness.  then when will man become free from the contacts of the pluralistic world to  attain godhood?

 

so  far we were told the nature of the gunas the symptoms from which the  predominant guna could be identified, their reactions on our life and how they  affect our future etc. it was also told that we get the predominant guna from our past which influences the present which in turn determines the future. all  these are the causes for the bondage arising out of the self in us getting identified  with the matter vestures surrounding it.

 

there  can be release from these bondages only when we transcend all the gunas. the  three gunas may be in different proportions present in each one of us but the  true release comes not only when all the gunas are transcended but also when we  are established in the spiritual experience. this process of escaping ourselves  from the subjective shackles on our psychological and intellectual nature is  called liberation or moksha.

 

in  the subsequent verses the path of liberation is described and the moksha gained  from the right judgment of the world outside is explained.

 

we can consciously observe the mind’s interior.   when we observe consciously, it immediately creates a separation..  awareness helps bridge the gap between what we are at this moment and our true capability.

 

as we create a separation between ourselves and the mind, thoughts, and functions of the body, we get closer to the deeper place from where awareness arises

 

it is possible just to be, to be “aware”, without identifying with anything, without being busy with thoughts, and without putting any label on yourself. this is pure awareness.

 

it is your and everyone’s natural state of existence. your nonstop thinking is the reason for not being aware of this pure awareness. controlling your thoughts and calming down the mind allow this awareness to emerge..

 

you ‘are’ what you ‘are’ right now, and it is very much as if you never were anything else.   time, space, separate-self, choice and causality we seem to experience in the phenomenal world are the reflections of the limitations of our mind, not what is really there!

 

all this is maya, mind is maya – not really real!

 

thinking mind is a conceptualizing mind, the “me.”    what is absent after enlightenment is the thinking mind, the “me” distinguishing itself from the other.

 

the conceptualizing thinking mind, the mind which draws upon memories and project fears, hopes and ambitions: that is absent.  the working mind is what remains.  working mind is merely concerned with what is happening, with what it’s doing.

 

the thinking mind is what creates problems.  the thinking mind works either in the past or the future.

 

the working mind is concerned with the present moment.  the working mind may draw memory for its present work but it doesn’t project anything into future.  it draws on the memory only to the extent of the job at hand.  that is the big difference.

 

thoughts don’t have their own life.  they are parasites; they live on your identifying with them.  when you say, “i am angry,” you are pouring life energy into anger, because you are getting identified with anger.

 

the point of watching the mind is not to watch the mind but to become aware of the watcher.

 

in these disappearing moments of thoughts you will have the first glimpses of no-mind, your true ‘i’.  you will then realize that the ego, thoughts, world and the creator never really existed as we thought and that they are only illusory.

 

mind causes all thoughts to arise which makes the real appear as something which it is not.  apart from thoughts, there is no such thing as mind.

 

thousands and thousands of thoughts continually give you the illusion of mind.  it is like the concept of ‘crowd’.  there is no such thing as crowd as a separate entity; crowd is simply made up of individuals.

 

 ‘mind’ is to, ‘thoughts’ what, ‘ocean’ is to, ‘water.’ mind has no existence other than the thought that thinks it!

 

manas in sanskrit / malayalam means the faculty of thinking. thoughts come and go.  they come from the outside (maya or causal plane).  thoughts are the guests and you are the host. thought/mind is the most amazing tool of imagination.

 

use this tool of imagination to remember the universal-self, not to get lost in the illusory world.  mind is a double-edged sword! never get identified with your thoughts.  .

 

training in yoga in the larger sense – namely, concentration, attention, and meditation – can help stop these fluctuations and quiet the chatter, so that you can get in touch with a truer sense of self, and a more peaceful, watchful sort of awareness.

 

in the context of hinduism and yoga, vrittis refer to different tendencies, or psycho-physical propensities, which give scope for the mind to express a variety of feelings and emotions.

 

yoga is getting out of the illusion of connecting and identifying with the thought patterns.  if you simply relax, witness the thoughts and don’t pay any attention to them, they will not disturb you.

 

it is in the nature of the mind to create a subject-object duality, where there is actually none.  in other words, mind separates the “one” being-knowing into “two”…being and knowing or object and subject.

 

it assumes that the object is out there independently existing in the world and the subject is in here inside the body.  this creates illusion as the ‘present’ of eternity is split into the ‘past’ and ‘future’ in time.  mind always jumps from past to future.

 

the more thoughts you have, the farther you are from your being.  that which separates you from reality is mind.  mind is an illusory container of illusory thoughts that stands between you and reality.

 

buddhi (knower/’pramaatha’), ahamkaara (doer/’kartha’) and manas (feeler/’bhoktha’) are called the three centers of anthahkarana and belong to the subtle body.

 

the three channels of experience corresponding to these three centers are: thought, perception and feeling.  chitta or memory resides in the causal body.

 

mind creates experience/feeling and safeguards the body from the environment.

 

manas interacts with the external world and takes in sensory impressions and data and processes the data.  manas questions and doubts; it is intellect.  intellect is the lower mind which builds up the logical chains.  it is a merry-go-round.  it is also the place for feelings or emotion

 

we can readily achieve success in life when the three, awareness, the body, and the mind are in a harmonious partnership.

 

aharasuddhau sattvasuddhih-purity of thought is a consequence of purity of diet. here, some people are of the opinion that it means that we must take pure food-sattvik diet. but other thinkers opine that if you think wrongly and see evil things, even if you eat good pure food as cow’s milk, fruits, etc., it is not going to help you.

 

4000 year ago adi sankaracharya exhorted us to receive pure things through every sense-organ including the mind.

 

we must see purity, hear purity, touch purity, think purity, and sense purity. and what is purity? purity is that which is compatible with the nature of the absolute. this alone is purity.

 

what is that which is compatible with the nature of the absolute and what is not? whenever we cognise a thing, perceive a thing, that thing should, from the point of view of our cognition or perception, be capable of being harmonised with the absolute.

 

we should not be incompatible with nature. that thing alone is purity, and when that purity arises in the mind, there will be that capacity of concentration of mind which retains the consciousness of the bhuma.

 

 that is the perpetual retention of memory, the smriti which this mantra mentions. we can never forget the being, the absolute in our own being.

 

then all granthis, the knots of the heart, get broken the knots of the heart are avidya, kama and karma-ignorance, desireful movement of the mind, and activity towards the fulfilment of desire. 

 

sometimes they are called brahma-granthi, vishnu-granthi and rudra-granthi, all meaning one and the same thing, viz., the ties of the mind, the psychological knots by which we are tethered to earthly experience. they break immediately, and we enter into the ocean of being.

 

nivritti marga is about turning away from sensory objects — towards the inner self (atman), in pursuit of jnana and moksha/mukti, while performing worldly duties in a “nishkama karma/actions without desires”.

 

nivritti marga is the path of turning within towards spiritual contemplation, and placing god at the centre of our existence after fulfilling our familial and professional duties.

 

when we turn our mind too much towards the outer world we lose contact with our inner world and to god. therefore the only way out of maya is through nivritti.   neither money nor possessions make us inwardly rich – rather, true wealth lies in a peaceful heart and contentment.

 

only in nivritti can the soul permanently quench its thirst for happiness and knowledge.  a sannyasi is also known as a nivritta

 

in grihasta stage only pravritti  marga is allowed.  unlike buddhism hindusim does not allow a young man to be a monk..

 

pravritti means to live amidst worldly duties and interests with the senses and actions directed primarily towards the external world.  you have to procreate and contrinute to society

 

only in nivritti marg can the seeds of ego be burnt to reduce karmic baggage and increase soul frequency.

 

having attained the immortality consisting of identity with the supreme, all those aspirants who strive for self-control, who have rigorously arrived at the conclusion taught by the vedanta through direct knowledge, and who have attained purity of mind through the practice of the disciplne of yoga and stead-fastness (sthitaprajnya) in the knowledge of brahman preceded by renunciation (nivritti marga) get themselves released into the region of brahman at the dissolution of their final body.

 

in the context of hinduism and yoga, vrittis refer to different tendencies, or psycho-physical propensities, which give scope for the mind to express a variety of feelings and emotions.

 

hindu texts describe samskaras to be a result of past actions and experiences that have left an imprint on the mind. the expression of samskaras gives rise to vrittis, which collectively represent the behaviour that makes each person unique: their desires and repulsions, their predispositions and complexes

 

patanjali advises the sadhaka to train the mind and encourage discrimination, so that objects and events are seen only for what they are, then they cannot gain power over one

 

a controlled mind can accomplish so many beneficial endeavours for one’s wellbeing. whereas an uncontrolled mind is one’s worst enemy performing base and degrading activities leading to destruction.

 

when the mind is freed from attachments one becomes lucid and clear and the mind is like one’s best benefactor. when the mind is disturbed by attachments it becomes distracted and distorted and the mind becomes one’s worst malefactor..

 

yoga, says patanjali, is the way to harmonise oneself at every level with the natural order of the universe, from the physical to the most subtle, to reach the total state of health which brings stability, to cultivate the mind with real understanding, and to reach out ultimately to undifferentiated infinity

 

.spiritual detachment is isolation from transient desires and discarding shackles binding our body and mind to the world. when we approach the divine, we escape the gravitational pull of worldly desires, and leap into an infinite dimension, free from material cravings and illusion of self-love.

 

he who would be serene and pure needs but one thing, detachment. with detachment comes freedom of the mind from the material world,

 

.discerning knowledge destroys our unwillingness to see the truth. it provides the courage to see the truth and gives us the strength and insight to see our deeply rooted habits (samskaras)

 

when the mind becomes pure it attains the state of steadiness and becomes one-pointed.

 

pratipaksha bhavana is the practice of cultivating a perspective that sees negative situations in the opposite way and in so doing will cultivate a positive and balanced mind. when the mind is caught up in undecided ideas and actions, right perception is hindered.

 

a healthy state of mind implies keeping one’s mind free from sadness, dejection, worry, and tension and negative sentiments such as anger, hate, greed, and pride. it also implies eliminating these negative impulses and replacing them with constructive ones.

 

substitute positive thoughts that are contrary to the negative thought that is disturbing your mind. try thinking exactly the opposite of what is going on in your mind. . if you become angry, try presenting before your mind a state of forbearance in which your anger is converted into compassion.

 

negative thoughts arise in the mind as a result of the past impressions, samskaras, that are deep rooted in the chitta.. positive overcomes negative. this is a grand effective law of nature. .

 

the mind of a person can be understood by knowing what he aspires to be-  not what he is or what he was.

 

swadhyaya / introspection is a process of witnessing our own consciousness. swadhyaya implies continually watching our actions and reactions in different situations, circumstances and events with more awareness.

 

we should try to know the reasons for our happiness and sorrow, anger, greed and attachment. as a result, we will gradually find out how our mind works and will become more aware of the things that disturb our mind.

 

with an understanding of our weaknesses in particular, we can chart out a multi-faceted program to weed them out, and thus prepare the ground for our gradual upliftment. thus this type of self-analysis is of great value in our life

 

every suryanamaskara asana pose has its own mantra.  mananat trayate iti mantrah is the definition of mantra. it means that as a result of regular and intensive mantra sadhana, the distractions, deviations, fluctuations, turbulence and disturbances of the mind slowly cease.

 

the mind is relatively harmonized, calm and quiet. such a mind is capable of focusing, looking within, and communing with the inner nature. .,

 

if an aspirant sees visions in meditation, he should let them come. they should not be suppressed as they will tell the aspirant a lot about the things that are embedded in the subconscious mind: memories, deep-rooted problems, etc.

 

many may be causing persistent problems without the aspirant’s knowledge. by conscious observation, the aspirant may easily face them and get rid of them

 

you may think you come to yoga to build fitness and build strength and flexibility; which of course is true; however, through these practices we are engaging in the act of swadhyaya.  we flow through postures using breath and movement, building concentration… we scan the body, we bring our awareness to our breath, we still the mind…all practices of self-reflection.

 

by doing this, we get to know ourselves more honestly and see ourselves for what we are, not who we think we are.  svadhyaya inspires and elevates the mind to high spiritual altitude. it clears doubts. it weeds out unholy ideas. it cuts new spiritual grooves for the mind to move on. it reduces wandering of the  mind or vikshepa. it helps concentration. .it serves pasture for the mind to graze upon. ..

 

svadhyaya . it fills the mind with sattva  or purity; it inspires and elevates the mind. . it cuts new sattvic grooves and makes the mind run in these new grooves. .

 

the mind of a liberated jivan mukt can transcend space time. he has extended his consciousness into the infinite.

 

rem sleep thus plays a huge role  in learning and memory. during rem sleep, your brain consolidates and processes the information you’ve learned during the day. rem has an unlearning and  memory-consolidating function .  some of these memories taken in by our senses may be rejected by the mind as useless, while others may be seen as valuable and retained

 

theta brain waves are associated with ” subconscious mind ” –while delta is connected with ” unconscious mind ” beginners of meditation can go only to alpha and theta.

 

the ancient vedic rishis (lesser ones ) took soma , a potent drug stronger than lsd to go into the delta range for terrific intuition . they could tap into ” universal knowledge” ( the mind beyond our own or the collective unconscious.

 

mind is an outgrowth of the basic laws of quantum physics together with the actions of the observer, which are the acts of consciousness. feelings and thoughts show the same type of duality as waves and particles.

 

consciousness is created by quantum mechanical phenomenon that takes place in brain cells. this is why a supercomputer cannot recognize a joke or tell the moral of a story like “ unity is strength” .

 

intuition is listening to the inner voice or heeding the promptings from within.  intuition is a ability to cut through the thickness of surface reality . intuition and confidence go hand in hand.

 

your sub-conscious which operates a dozen times faster than your conscious mind has picked up on signals that your conscious mind has not yet processed. . so what exactly is intuition?  it is the messages from your unconscious mind making contact with your consciousness. . the uncanny ability to detect patterns in the world around us, and to extrapolate larger truths . .

 

none of the pairs of opposites can exist for the sadhaka who is one with body, mind and soul. when body, mind and soul fuse in a perfect posture, the sadhaka is in a state of beatitude.

 

in such a sublime position, the mind, which is at the root of dualistic perception, loses its identity and ceases to disturb him. unity is achieved between body and mind and mind and soul

 

raising the kundalini  can be equated with the awakening of the silent areas of the brain .our present consciousness is not independent, as the mind depends on the information supplied by the senses. if you have no eyes, you can never see.

 

however, when the super consciousness emerges, experience becomes completely independent and knowledge also becomes completely independent, as you can access aakashik records.

 

your mind attains supreme awareness, enlightenment and thus self realization. unlike the rest around you, you have broken free from the confines of a mental prison in which the human race has been incarcerated for millennia.

 

in   society   our brains   are   structured   in   a   certain   way;   there   is   discipline   and   control   which  inhibit   us from expressing ourselves freely.

 

when the awakening of kundalini takes place, this conditioning is withdrawn and the lid is completely lifted from the mind. with awakened consciousness you can make accurate decisions and judgments because awakening of kundalini is a process of jumping out of the mind.

 

purusha and prakriti are in total union and only brahman of advaita exists you experience the bliss of non-dual experience . there is a great explosion which transports you into another plane of being .

 

you now have the ultimate experience of life. you experience yourself as the greatest height and depth of god’s being surrounded by an infinite eternal river of bliss. space and time lose their rigidity, and there is a mingling of the past, the present, and the future

 

the brain is the interface between the body and the mind.  all sensory information travels to the brain via the gyanendriyas ( the sense organs of knowledge ), and is then fed into the mind, and all decisions in the mind are then translated into the body via the karmendriyas,( the organs of action ) , in a continuous, seamless , synchronous, dynamic process.

 

to become enlightened you have to let go of attachment to all material aspects, which include body, mind and emotions . you are entering into unknown fields, yet there is a rock of stability and that is your ability to be aware .

 

the more you let go of attachment to physical aspects, the more you are guided and the more self-sovereign you become. the more you let go, the more aware you become. this is truly a journey that everyone must take alone, once you are prepared for the journey,

 

when ida and pingala get balanced and unite in the activated sushumna, pure consiousness arises.  it is only when prana moves into the sushumna that the latent spiritual power of  kundalini can be awakened.

 

kundalaini is the power of pure consciousness, the dynamic potential of the soul. it is the divine mother herself, visualized as a serpent coiled three and a half times, with its tail in its mouth.

 

one of the objects of activating the spiral fire and its progress up the spine to the head is to awaken the pineal gland, which results in the opening of the third eye and the consequent revelation of the subtler planes of life

 

when it reaches the brain, the yogi is perfectly detached from the body and mind; the soul finds itself free

 

as the liberated energy (kundalini) courses through the system, it actually sweeps away samskaras – karmic traces from the past that are still imprinted in the body and mind – like floodwaters clearing clogged debris from a river bed.

 

when shiva and shakti unite in sahasrara, one experiences samadhi, illumination occurs in the brain and the silent areas begin to function

 

just as a healthy body can resists toxins and pathogens, a healthy mind can ward off the negative sensory influences around it.

 

mind is non material , but it works in partnership with communicator molecules. with every thought mind moves atoms of hydrogen, carbon , oxygen and other particles in the brain .

 

knowing the connection between breath and consciousness, the ancient yogis devised pranayama to stabilise energy and consciousness. . when your mind is disturbed the fundamental energy prana leaks . pranayama just reverses the process.  yoga says that longevity depends on slow deep diaphragmic breathing. .

 

pranayama is not only an instrument to balance the mind, but also the gateway to concentration – dharana.  once the new light of knowledge has dawned through the practice of pranayama, the mind is fit and knowledgeable to move on towards the realisation of the soul. .

 

pranayama steadies the mind, and increases the power of concentration. fixing the mind on something is dharana or concentration of mind. dharana can be done only if you are free from the distractions of mind.

 

the vrittis that arise from the mind obscure your native state. they are like clouds that screen the sun. .when all the vrittis are controlled and when the mind is one-pointed, it is transparent like a crystal. the mind loses itself in the object concentrated upon.

 

the mind acquires the power of appearing in the shape of whatever is presented to it, be it the knower, the knowable or the knowledge. just as the crystal becomes coloured by the colour of the object placed before it and then shines according to the form of the object, so also this mind is coloured by the colour of the object presented to it, and then appears in the form of the object.

 

in ekagrata state, it is one-pointed and concentrated. you can enter into samadhi with the help of this mind. in nirudha state, all the vrittis are controlled. this is the state of vritti-sunya. but samskaras which are the seeds for vrittis are here.

 

vritti’ means literally a ‘whirlpool’.

 

it is a thought-wave in the lake of chitta. modification of the mind is known as ‘parinama.’ why do vrittis arise from the chitta? because of the samskaras or vasanas. if you annihilate all vasanas or desires, all vrittis will subside by themselves.

 

if all the vrittis subside, the mind becomes calm, serene and silent. then alone you will enjoy peace and bliss. therefore all happiness lies within. you will have to get it through control of mind and not by chopping off your own balls for semen retention.

 

manas is sankalpa-vikalpatmaka (willing and doubting).  it thinks: whether to go to a place or not; whether to do this or not; whether this is good or bad. the mind is of doubting nature. it is the buddhi or the light that determines one way or other. buddhi is nischayatmaka.

 

it is the determining faculty. the mind, intellect and egoism are various process in the mind-stuff. ahamkara is the self-asserting principle. it does the function of abhimana. it creates mamata or mineness.

 

ego is the root cause for all human sufferings. all vrittis hang on this one vritti, aham vritti.  it is the root cause for human ignorance. nirodha. it means restraint or suppression. by suppressing the modifications of the mind-stuff or restraining of the thought-waves, a man obtains yoga. chitta vritti nirodha is the path of raja yoga.

 

suppression of thought waves is easily said. but it is very difficult indeed to practice

 

nirodha parinama is an advanced stage in a yogi’s spiritual journey. in this stage, the mind is liberated and no longer influenced by thought-waves, or chitta vritti. the state of nirodha parinama is considered to be a transformational state because as the chitta vritti cease, the mind is freed to connect with the moment as it appears.

 

reaching a state of nirodha parinama  takes a lot of practice and concerted, continual effort. it requires the yogi to have the power to command and restrain their own mind. when they are in this state, the yogi can immediately recognize any samskaras that accumulate and be in control. the flow of nirodha parinama becomes steady through habit. the restraint of rising impressions brings about an undisturbed flow of tranquility. when this suppression of thought-waves becomes continuous, the mind’s flow is calm.

 

 by constant and uninterrupted practice the mind can remain in a state of attention for a long time. the steady flow of this state (nirodhah-parinamah) continues by the creation of deep impressions (samskaras) from doing the practice.

 

nirodha parinama brings about a free flow of peace, tranquility and spontaneous freeing of the mind, unencumbered by thought waves.  nirodha parinama is the first state of the three parinamas, or great transformations, which together bring the complete liberation of the mind

 

day and night cannot exist simultaneously. in the same way, restlessness and restfulness cannot co-exist in absolute juxtaposition. in between night and day there is dawn. likewise, there is space between the flow of restlessness, chittavritti or chittavahini, and restfulness, prasanta vritti or prasanta vahini. in between these two rivers of restlessness and restfulness, and underneath them, flows the concealed invisible secret river – the river of the soul. this is dawn, or the sudden arrival of enlightenment.

 

for a yogi, restlessness is the night and restfulness is the day. in between, there is a third state which is neither day nor night, but dawn. it is the dispersion of consciousness, in which the rivers of restlessness and restfulness unite in the seat of absolute consciousness.

 

when the water of a lake is tranquil, the reflection of the moon on its surface is crystal clear. similarly, when the lake of consciousness is serene, consciousness disperses itself. this is known as a glimpse, or a reflection of the soul.

 

vritti means literally spiral vortex (of consciousness)

 

chitta is the mind. vritti are the thought waves and they are prone to misconceptions.

 

EGO NEEDS VRITTIS FOR ITS EXISTENCE. –Capt Ajit Vadakayil

 

 

 

 

 

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according to adi sankaracharya, the vrittis are distinguished as ego and mind.  “manifest in the mind, consciousness shines being reflected.  mind is two-fold: one aspect is ahankara-ego, the other is antahkarana-mind” (drig-drishya viveka, verse 6).

 

vedanta repeatedly emphasizes the fact that ahankara is a vritti and not the real self.    it is a common mistake to consider ahankara as the real self.  if it is a vritti, it can be ignored as any other vritti.

 

ahankara or the i-vritti is a modification of consciousness in the form of ‘ i ‘.  like any other vritti, ahankara appears and disappears in the mind.  in deep sleep, ahankara disappears, and the body becomes insentient.  in dream, the ahankara is half-manifest.  in waking, it is fully manifest”, (drig-drishya viveka, verse 10).

 

this proves that ahankara is not permanently present.  for example when we deeply enjoy our favourite music, the ahankara disappears for a few seconds and in that moment consciousness illumines without any distraction. 

 

when we come out of that moment, ahankara appears again.  this proves that like any other vritti, ahankara appears and disappears in the mind, and it is not permanent.

 

our first need, is to neutralize those feelings: our emotional reactions; our likes and dislikes; our attractions and aversions; our attachments and repulsions. hence patanjali’s definition of yoga as chitta vritti nirodha — the neutralization of the vortices of feeling.

 

vritti, literally “whirlpool”, is a technical term in yoga meant to indicate that the contents of mental awareness are disturbances in the medium of consciousness. .

 

our subtlest and most intimate feelings, pertain directly to the ego itself, and act as constant ego-reminders: ego-boosters, ego-deflators. these tendencies must be completely eliminated before we can achieve liberation.

 

each vortex of feeling draws energy inward to its center in egoic awareness. the ego itself forms the supreme vortex.

 

chitta through the vrittis gives us experiences of varied types. it projects different images within its confines– in its own space, mental space, even though the projections appear to be in the outside real space.

 

for the sake of convenience several works divide functionally the chitta into manas (mind), buddhi (intellect), ahamkara(ego) and smriti/chitta(memory).

 

i receive information from the outside world through my senses, eyes, ears, etc., due to the vrittis of the indriyas.  then the manas or mind which is also known as the 11th indriya collates and coordinates and presents to another faculty of the chitta called buddhi. 

 

buddhi analyzes all the information and makes a judgment and then the ego or ahankara aspect of chitta comes into play.  if it likes the presentation, it is happy but if not it shows its unhappiness and produces various reactions.

 

when the buddhi or intellect is active then the chitta vritti is also known as buddhi vritti but when it is dominated by ahankara aspect of chitta the chitta vritti is  known as ahamkara vritti.

 

the chitta vritti is the totality of my experience at any given moment.  the one that experiences or observes all these successive chitta vritties is the real  “i”, the purusha, the drashta or observer or the non-changing and hence eternal pure consciousness.

 

patanjali says the chitta is capable of transcending all the vrittis and remaining oblivious to all the vrittis.   while ordinarily the chitta wallows in these vrittis, patanjali talks about a state in which the chitta  transcends all the vrittis mentioned above and remains in that state. that is the state of yoga.

 

it happens when the chitta uses all its faculties and yogic training to concentrate and knows for sure the true nature of the observing self/soul, the non-changing, hence eternal consciousness.

 

with that knowledge, with that direct experience, the chitta remains in a state of resolution, on realizing the nature of the  the self in its true form (svarupa).

 

when there is realization in the chitta that nothing, none of the vrittis changes the essential nature of the pure purusha, it becomes quiet– completely quiet. in that state the chitta does not have any of the vrittis mentioned above.

 

ahamkara or egoism is the self-arrogating principle in man. it is a vritti or modification that arises in the mind. patanjali  calls this by the name ‘asmita’. the same mind assumes the form of egoism when man self-arrogates himself.

 

Ahamkara ( ego )  is a veritable disease. pride, lust, anger, delusion, greed, jealousy, love and hatred are the attendants of ahamkara. ahamkara destroys our virtues and peace of mind. it spreads the snare of affection to entrap us.

 

he who is free from egoism is very happy and peaceful. desires multiply and expand on account of egoism. our inveterate enemy, egoism, has spread about us the enchantments of our wives, friends, children, etc., whose spells it is hard to break. there is no enemy greater than egoism.

 



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