THIS POST IS CONTINUED FROM PART 88, BELOW--
SOUL is the source of consciousness.. The soul is that part of us that enables us to be aware of ourselves. All life has soul within
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
Agami Karma: Approaching or Future Karma: This is the Karma or the actions that are now going to be done which will give their results later in the future. Some of Agami Karmas bear fruit in the current life; others are stored for future births in the form of Sanchita Karma.
Kriyamana Karma: This is Karma that we create in our daily life because of our thoughts, will and actions. It refers to the decisions before us to act upon. These karma consequences add to our Future Sanchita Karma as we perform the current karma. But, not all of this karma goes to the Sanchita balance and some of them can fructify in the current life
When it comes to Karma, it is useful to show gratitude toward the universe and to develop an attitude of service. By being thankful and always seeking to serve the greater good, you will naturally place yourself within the flow of cooperation and congeniality within the universe.
When you act as an agent of universal good, good things happen.
In this way, you attract good Karma through your SHRADDHA to the laws of the universe
Lack of ego, greed and jealousy ( austerity ) brings fruits at once. That is why the delivery of karma is faster for those who do meditation or spiritual practices.
A yogi (enlightened one) is not affected by his karmas because he has no attachment. He is absolutely desireless. Karmas cannot bind him
Yogi does his karmas without ego or the feeling of "I am the doer". Since he is not the "doer" karma can not bind him. He works without expectation of any fruits for his actions.
Since he is "not the doer" he does not have to enjoy the fruits of his actions. He has reached state of perfection. He works for the upliftment of humanity
TILL THE WHITE INVADER CAME TO INDIA, NO WRITTEN BOOK HAD THE AUTHORS NAME AFFIXED ON IT.
THIS WAS WHY IT WAS EASY FOR ANCIENT GREEKS TO COME TO INDIA, STUDY AT KODUNGALLUR UNIVERSITY, STEAL KNOWLEDGE AND PATENT IT IN THEIR NAMES ..
AFTER KODUNGALLUR UNIVERSITY BLACKBALLED THE THIEVING GREEKS , THEIR FOUNTAIN HEAD OF KNOWLEDGE DRIED UP—IT IS SO RIDICULOUS ..
THEN THE WHITE MAN STARTED USING ARABS AS MIDDLEMEN WITH TRANSLATED ( INTO ARABIC ) KNOWLEDGE BOUGHT FOR GOLD.
THESE ARABS WERE STUPID AND DID NOT EVEN KNOW WHAT KNOWLEDGE THEY BOUGHT FOR GOLD AND PATENTED IN THEIR OWN NAMES , BEFORE PASSING IT ON TO WHITE MEN FOR A PITTANCE
We have been given the indriyas, and the power of viveka, CONSCIOUS discrimination, to help us know what is good and what is bad.
Do not mistake the power of viveka with the mind because the mind is nothing but a bundle of thoughts. If you follow the mind and not your viveka, you will end up making mistakes.
Mind has the power to grasp but not discriminate. That is why Hindu tradition emphasises the need to control both our mind and our sense organs because they impact our karma.
When the universe was created, the law of karma came into play. No one can escape it. Therefore the intention to do good karma has to come from within; only then can you set in motion the process of overcoming bad karma.
If we use viveka to ensure that the five indriyas follow the path of righteousness, our accumulated ‘bad’ karma can be reduced to some extent. When a person dies, his karmas are not burnt or buried with his lifeless body. Karma stays and gets carried forward to the next birth.
Karmic baggage is carried by you alone . No pharaoh can employ a porter to carry his karmic baggage on your behalf nor can he transfer his karmic baggage to someone else.
Karma is solely the result of self-action based on the action-reaction philosophy embedded in Quantum physics.
Karma is the result of your actions and INTENDS—there is good karma and bad karma .
Forgiveness is very important to living a life of positive Karma.
You may have undesirable experiences due to past Karma. This cosmic debt can only be paid once the lessons are learned and experiences have been fully processed.
Your attachment to the decision-making process and identification with the vulnerable ego is what opens the door for undesired Karma. Detachment from this, and developing true trust in your Self and the Universe, will always lead you to the “right” path.
Giving is important when paying attention to Karma, You can create better Karma for yourself moving forward by being a blessing and force for good in other’s lives. From today onwards—on every birthday of yours give something to the needy .
As an evolving individual, you’re here on earth to learn. Many of life’s problems can be solved by simply stopping to appreciate the lesson in them. Since this is a core factor of Karma, you can create better experiences for yourself by truly appreciating the wisdom you gain from them.
When something bad happens in your life, sometimes a simple shift in attention is all it takes to transform that happening into something better.
Allow yourself to grieve for a moment, but place more attention on what you’ve gained from the experience. Even when it comes to something as grim as death, try to place more attention on the blessings of the person and the happier emotions of the past. This will undoubtedly allow you to feel better,
The universe is here to serve your inner being in growth, love, and health. Even the bad stuff is truly meant to teach or help you with something.
Try seeing things from this perspective by asking yourself: “What is there for me to gain?” or “What have I learned through this pain ?” Sometimes this is enough to transform even the hardest experiences into Karmic blessings.
WISDOM: Corporations are not people. Corporations exist to maximize profits – pure and simple. Their actions and decisions will consistently be in alignment only with that purpose. Corporations live in a world of survival of the fittest.
Corporations are stuck in Maslow’s deficiency needs.
They don’t have that inner sense of awareness that humans do that allows them to evolve to higher needs. They can never internally realize that they have “enough” which allows them to then answer that inner calling to do and be something greater.
IT IS THE DUTY OF HUMANS TO KICK CORPORATIONS ON THEIR BALLS , WHEN THEY TRY TO DOMINATE SOCIETY
INNER BILDERBERG CLUB WILL SOON GET A KICK ON ITS BALLS
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 Self, in the core of our being.
Samyama has happened via the backdoor.
Ego laden SONS OF BITCHES have come back from a bloody war liberated from negativity — CROSSING THE PAIN BARRIER gave them Samyama.
Sometimes SURVIVAL AGAINST ALL ODDS give you Samyama via the backdoor.
In the TV series BREAKING BAD Walt Heinsenberg achieves Samyama in the past hour of his life— ALL STORMS WEATHERED , LIFEs SEAS CROSSED .
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.
The last three rungs of Yoga: Dharana (concentration), dhyana (meditation), and samadhi are the final three rungs of Yoga.
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)
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.
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 SO
A 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 .
Ramkrishna Paramahamsa has given a very vivid description in his own words of who Swami Vivekanand was : ‘One day in samadhi I saw that my mind, going up a luminous path, went beyond the gross world studded with the sun, moon, and stars; and entered first into the subtle world of ideas. The more it ascended to higher and higher strata of that realm, the more did I see beautiful ideal forms of gods and goddesses existing on both sides of the path. I came gradually to the end of that region. I saw that a fence made of light separated the realm of the divisible from that of the indivisible. Leaping over that fence, the mind entered by degrees the realm of the indivisible. No person or thing having a form existed there. As if afraid to enter there, even the gods/goddesses possessing heavenly bodies only exercised their authority over realms far below. But the very next moment I saw seven Rishis having bodies consisting of divine light only, seated there in samadhi. I felt that in virtue and knowledge, love and renunciation, they had excelled the gods and goddesses, not to speak of human beings. Astonished, I was pondering over their greatness when I saw before me that a part of the homogeneous mass of Light in this abode of the indivisible, devoid of the slightest tinge of difference, became solidified and converted into the form of a divine Child. Coming to one of those Sages, and throwing its soft delicate arms around his neck, it embraced him, and then calling him with a voice sweeter than the music of the vina, made great efforts to wake him from samadhi. The sage did wake up, and with half-shut eyes beheld the Child. I, seeing his bright expression full of delight, thought that the Child must be the treasure of his heart – that their familiarity was of eternity. The extraordinary divine Child then expressed great joy and said to the sage, “I am going to earth you must come with me.” The sage did not reply, but his loving eyes expressed his assent. Looking on the Child with eyes of love for some time, he entered again into samadhi. I was astonished to see that a part of the mind and body of that Rishi, converted into the form of a bright light, came down to earth along the luminous path. Hardly had I seen Narendra (Swami Vivekanand) when I knew that he was that Rishi.’ Ref. 81, pg. 83-84.
MY LEFT BALL
VIVEKANANDA DID NOT EVEN KNOW THAT ALL HINDU GODS ARE COSMIC ALLEGORIES ( EXCEPT VISHNU AVATARS )
HE DID NOT KNOW THAT JEW ROTHSCHILD CREATED AND BACKDATES FAKE HEROES AND GODS
HE DID NOT KNOW THAT THERE IS NO HEAVEN AND HELL IN HINDUISM
I CAN CONTINUE AND MAKE THIS LIST CROSS HUNDRED
I HAVE READ HIS WORKS- I KNOW WHAT HE IS WORTH
SOMEBODY ASKED ME-
WHY HAVE YOU REJECTED ASHTAVAKRA GITA AND SANT GYANESHWARSs BHAGAWAD GITA ( MARATHI) ?
BECAUSE THESE FAKE ROTHSCHILDs WORKS DON’T CONTAIN AN IOTA OF WISDOM
VEDAS USED BANYAN TREE REFLECTION IN WATER TO EXPLAIN MAYA ( ILLUSION ) AND CONSCIOUSNESS
EVERY KORAN HAS 786 ON ITS COVER
DRAW OM SYMBOL ON A PIECE OF PAPER AND SHOW IT TO THE MIRROR AND READ 786 FROM RIGHT TO LEFT
JUST SHOWS MUDDLED THINKING IN ISLAM
IT DOES NOT ADDRESS CONSCIOUSNESS- AND THE FLIP AXIS
SANATANA DHARMA USED THE BANYAN TREE REFECTION IN WATER TO EXPLAIN MAYA
The mirror does not reverse images from left to right, it reverses them from front to back relative to the front of the mirror. ... You and your mirror image are pointing in the same direction. Point to the front. Your mirror image is pointing in the opposite direction to you.
The mirror doesn't "know" anything about your position; it simply reflects the light that hits it, doing so as objectively as any inanimate object knows how.
Mirror does not reverse images left-to-right or top-to-bottom, but from front-to-back. In other words, your mirror image hasn't been swapped, but inverted along a third dimension, like a glove being turned inside out.
The term MAYA is mentioned 72 times in Rigveda written down in Sanskrit in 5000 BC. Maya is mentioned 29 times in the Atharva Veda. The Supreme God is not bound by Maya just as magicians do not believe the illusions of their own magic.
If you see the reflection of a banyan tree in water, it will have its branches down and roots up. Similarly this material world is a perverted reflection of the spiritual world and this reflection is situated on the desire of the living entity to enjoy independently of the Supreme
Just as the reflection of a tree can be situated in the water of a river, the spiritual world reflected on the “water” of self-centered desire becomes the illusory ...
MAYA is interpreted as delusion (a false belief about the world). I suffer a delusion when I believe the images in my mind are the external world. I deceive myself when I think that the tree I see is the tree itself.
The world we actually know, is the world that takes form in our mind. And this world is not made of matterstuff, but mindstuff.
Everything we know, perceive, and imagine, every color, sound, sensation, thought, and feeling, is a form that consciousness has taken on. As far as this world is concerned, everything is structured in consciousness.
The human mind is so constituted that it is forced to construct its experience within the framework of space and time. Space and time are not, however, fundamental dimensions of the underlying reality. They are fundamental dimensions of consciousness.
The goal of spiritual enlightenment is to perceive BrahmAn and Maya and distinguish between them. Conversely Maya gets destroyed for a person when they perceive Brahman with transcendental knowledge.
The banyan tree is both aśvatthaḿ and avyayam – it is both temporary and eternal. In other words it appears to be eternal, but it is eternally changing form and shape, and the form that it is in today will be gone tomorrow.
Vedas are meant for clearly knowing what the banyan tree is. The microcosmic world of human affairs is but a reflection of the macrocosmic world of brahman..
If one can understand this indestructible tree of MAYA (illusion) , then one can get out of it.
People see the blue sky and they tell that the color they see is blue. Cells in the human brain, however, can be modified so that the sky looks green or red. When you have LSD the banyan tree leafs look blue and the tree talks to you
Below: SOMEONE WANTED TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THE GOLDEN SPIRAL MIRROR
BELOW IS DNA CURVE MIRROR
WELL THE METAL GOLDEN SPIRAL MIRROR ( WITH IRIDIUM INFUSED ) CAN BE WEAPONISED TO BRING THE WHOLE WORLD TO ITS KNEES--
NO MISSILES BUTTONS FOR MONKEYS
HERE ARE SOME WEE TOYS --
Below: 6000 years ago, Arjuna looked downwards into a pool of water ,( used it as a mirror ) and nailed the ruby eye of a fish rotating above unsteadily
--this was a supreme test of CONSCIOUSNESS --not SKILL
Kozyrev`s mirror was represented by a clockwise-rolled polished aluminum sheet, inside which the person under test was placed.
Kozyrev did NOT roll it in an exact golden spiral.
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 !
MY REVELATIONS NOW JUMP TO 53.32 %
Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
January 18, 2018 at 6:26 AM
SOMEBODY ASKED ME ABOUT KOZYREVs MIRROR AFFECTING HUMAN CONSCIOUSNESS
Kozyrev`s mirror was represented by a clockwise-rolled polished aluminum sheet, inside which the person under test was placed ( CONCAVE CYLINDICAL CHAMBER ).
Kozyrev did NOT roll it in an exact golden spiral.
He died ( was killed ) before he finished what he started .
ARANMULA CONCAVE MIRRORS OF KERALA WERE MIND EXPANDING MIRRORS..THIS TECHNOLOGY WAS STOLEN BY THE WHITE INVADER
KERALA ARANMULA MIRRORS WERE FOUND IN CRETE --ALONG WITH RUDRAKSHA MALAS
Initially when I wrote that ancient Karala sailors traded withh Crete--all were most sarcastic..
Today all have fallen silent ( and i have not even revealed 1% )
THERE IS A PHOTO AT THE BOTTOM OF THE POST BELOW--
ARANMAULA MIRRORS ARE KEPT IN PUJA ROOMS
IN MY HOME-- VISHNU KANI --IS SEEN BY LOOKING AT THE ARANMULA MIRROR --WHICH REFLECTS VISHNUs FACE AND THE LAMP IN FRONT
LAST VISHNU --I SAW MY WIFE BRINGING MY YOUNGER SON ( HUGE 23 YEAR OLD 124 KG GUY ) STRAIGHT FROM THE BED THROUGH THE DARK AT 4 AM -- SHIELDING HIS EYES --REMOVING HER HAND ONLY WHEN HE IS AT THE CORRECT SPOT --DIRECT LINE OF VISION INTO THE ARANMULA MIRROR
WELL WELL--WHAT DO YOU KNOW !
OUR FESTIVALS ( OF SAVAGES ) HAS MEANING
WHAT ARE WESTERN FESTIVALS AND CARNIVALS ?-- SHOWING TWATS AND BALLS IN A CROWDED STEET ? PUKING WHILE PISSING ? SEARCHING FOR FUCKIN' EGGS ? CUTTING THE THROATS OF ANIMALS WHILE SMALL BABIES WATCH ?
SO WE INDIANS ARE SUPERSTITIOUS BROWN COOLIES , RIGHT?
YET THE QUANTUM PHYSICISTS ALL STUDIED SANSKRIT -WHY SHOULD YOU STUDY A LANGUAGE OF SAVAGES ?
capt ajit vadakayil
Below: Modi presenting Aranmula mirror to UK PM David Cameron.
In Kerala-- you give such a present only to SOUL friends--it is highly symbolic
Sruti means the smallest interval of pitch that the human ear can detect and a singer or musical instrument can produce.
The musical sruti concept is found in ancient and medieval Sanskrit texts such as the Natya Shastra, the Dattilam, the Brihaddeshi, and the Sangita Ratnakara. Chandogya Upanishad speaks of the division of the octave in 22 parts
Verse 28.21 of Natya Shastra introduced the musical scale as follows,( stolen and patented by the white man -- Do, Re, Mi, Fa, So, La, Ti--)
तत्र स्वराः –
षड्जश्च ऋषभश्चैव गान्धारो मध्यमस्तथा ।
पञ्चमो धैवतश्चैव सप्तमोऽथ निषादवान् ॥ २१॥
— Natya Shastra, 28.21- 5000 BC
The music theory in the Natyashastra, centers around three themes – sound, rhythm and prosody applied to musical texts. The text asserts that the octave has 22 srutis or microintervals of musical tones or 1200 cents.
The greeks stole all this while studing at Kodungallur University in Kerala and patented it in their own names..
Each sruti computes to 54.5 cents, while the THIEVING Greek enharmonic quartertone system computes to 55 cents
In music, 22 equal temperament, called 22-tet, 22-edo, or 22-et, is the tempered scale derived by dividing the octave into 22 equal steps (equal frequency ratios). Each step represents a frequency ratio of 22√2, or 54.55 cents
The text discusses gramas (scales) and murchanas (modes), mentioning three scales of seven modes (21 total), some of which are the same as the Greek modes..
For Natya Shastra , read all 4 parts of the post below--
The 30,000 years old paleolithic and neolithic cave paintings at the UNESCO world heritage site at Bhimbetka rock shelters in Madhya Pradesh shows music instruments and dance
The basic concepts of Indian classical music includes shruti (microtones), swaras (notes), alankar (ornamentations), raga (melodies improvised from basic grammars), and tala (rhythmic patterns used in percussion). Its tonal system divides the octave into 22 segments called Shrutis
There are about 7.3 million ragas (or scales) in Carnatic Music, with around 310 still in use today.
In music theory, harmonic limit is a way of characterizing the harmony found in a piece or genre of music, or the harmonies that can be made using a particular scale.
The term limit is to give an upper bound on the complexity of harmony.
The larger the limit number, the more harmonically complex and potentially dissonant will the intervals of the tuning be perceived "A scale belonging to a particular prime limit has a distinctive hue that makes it aurally distinguishable from scales with other limits
Shruti or śruti, is a Sanskrit / Malayalam word, found in the Vedic texts of Hinduism where it means musical intonation and what is heard in general. It is also an important concept in Indian music, where it means the smallest interval of pitch that the ear can detect.
The musical sruti concept is found in ancient and medieval Sanskrit texts such as the Natya Shastra, Dattilam, Brihaddesi, the swara differs from sruti concept in Indian music.
A sruti is the smallest gradation of pitch representing the quality of frequency, while a swara is the selected pitches from which the musician constructs the scales, melodies, the Natya Shastra identifies and discusses twenty two sruti and seven swara per octave.
Of the twenty two sruti, veena scholars identified the 4th sruti to be sa solfege, 7th to be ri, 9th as ga, 13th as ma, 17th as pa, 20th to be dha and 22nd as ni suddha svara. Theoretically, a number of sruti are possible, and later music scholars of India increased the number of sruti in their studies.
It has been used in several contexts throughout the history of Indian music, recent research has more precisely defined the term Shruti, its difference from Nada and Swara, and pinpointed positions on a string to play 22 shrutis.
The meaning of shruti varies in different systems, Bharata Muni uses shruti to mean the interval between two notes such that the difference between them is perceptible. He formulates jatis, which are classes of melodic structures and these can be further grouped into two gramas—shadja-grama and madhyama-grama. The notes are separated by intervals, as measured in shrutis.
The shadja-grama is given by the division, Sa of four shrutis. Abhinavagupta describes an experiment to obtain the correct configuration of shruti in shadja grama. The madhyama-grama is the same, but the panchama has to be diminished by one shruti and that is, the panchama of madhyama-grama is lower than that of shadja-grama by one shruti, according to Bharata.
Shruti is only mentioned as a measure in the music of Bharatas time. In both the gramas, Ri is three shrutis away from Sa – there are three perceptible intervals between Sa and Ri, the third of these is called trishruti rishabha.
Likewise, the interval is called dvishruti rishabha, and the first ekashruti rishabha. Notes 9 and 13 shrutis from each other occur at a ratio of 100,133.33 and 100,150 respectively and are mutually samvādi, the notes that are at the distance of two and 20 shrutis are mutually vivādi.
The remaining ones are called anuvādi, the shruti table below shows the mathematical ratios considered to correspond to the system described by Bharata and Dattilam, along with the comparable notes in common Western 12-TET tuning
There are 12 universally identifiable musical notes (pitch classes of Chromatic scale or Swara-prakara) in a Saptak (Octave).They indicate 'a musical note or scale degree, but Shruti is a more subtle division of the octave'.
The recent research has shown that 10 out of 12 of these notes (Swaraprakaras) have a 'spread' or a 'region' on a string (Swara-kshetra in Sanskrit) in which, 'any' frequency leads to the perception of the 'same' note by the human ear, and the perception 'changes' at both the ends. The remaining 2 notes, namely the Fundamental frequency (Shadja) and the perfect 5th (Panchama) have a 'single point' on which they are placed on the string by nature.
Thus, the 10 notes give 20 Shrutis, and along with the 2 points of Fundamental frequency (Shadja) and the Perfect 5th (Panchama), a natural system of 22 Shrutis can be observed and played on any string.
These 22 Shrutis are not theoretical postulates, but solid musical facts that provide the foundation of Indian music, and have been used for centuries
Shruti is intimately linked to the fundamental aspects of Swara.
Dhwani (Sanskrit) means sound of any kind. Out of all the Dhwanis created in the world, sounds that are 'musical'—give an experience or perception of a 'musical' sound—are called Nadas. The sound of a 'clap' is a dhwani, but that of a bell is a nada. The commonest example of nada is a musical sound made on a stretched string under constant tension. There are innumerable 'Nadas' in a Saptak (Octave).
Chaturdandi Prakashika (Sanskrit) by Venkatamakhin in Shloka 3, Chapter 2, stated that,
ShrutirnÂma BhavennÂda Visheshah SwarakÂranam Nanu NÂsti Swarashrutyorbhedo NÂdaikrupayoho
The swara differs from the sruti concept in Indian music. A sruti is the smallest gradation of pitch available, while a swara is the selected pitches from which the musician constructs the scales, melodies and ragas.
The Natya Shastra identifies and discusses twenty two sruti and seven swara per octave.Of the twenty two sruti, veena scholars identified the 4th sruti to be sa solfege, 7th to be ri, 9th as ga, 13th as ma, 17th as pa, 20th to be dha and 22nd as ni suddha svara. Theoretically, an infinite number of sruti are possible, and later music scholars of India increased the number of sruti in their studies
It has been used in several contexts throughout the history of Indian music. Recent research has more precisely defined the term shruti, its difference from nada and swara, and pinpointed positions on a string to play 22 shrutis.
Bharata Muni uses shruti to mean the interval between two notes such that the difference between them is perceptible. He formulates jatis, which are classes of melodic structures. These can be further grouped into two gramas—shadja-grama and madhyama-grama. The notes (svaras) are separated by intervals, as measured in shrutis.
The shadja-grama is given by the following division: Sa of four shrutis, Ri of three shrutis, Ga of two shrutis, Ma of four shrutis, Pa of four shrutis, Da of three shrutis and Ni of two shrutis. Abhinavagupta describes an experiment to obtain the correct physical configuration of shruti in shadja grama, Sarana Chatushtai.
VEDIC SRUTI THEORY CAME FROM FRACTAL MINDS OF 12 STRAND DNA MAHARISHIS
INDIAN CLASSICAL PROSODY WAS PENNED DOWN WHEN THE WHITE MAN WAS RUNNING AROUND NAKED (BALLS FLAPPING/ TWATS WHISTLING IN THE WIND ), GRUNT GRUNT FOR LANGUAGE
THEY STOLE OUR MUSIC AND DARED TO CALL US SAVAGES
NOT ANY MORE !
January 20, 2018 at 1:37 PM
With yours and lord blessings I have completed my sabrimala pilgrimage. I dont even know that I have got PURE AWARENESS awareness or not Because that period was like something which i have not noticed before, no thinking was invloved.
with lot of difficulties I finished the jungle walk and most difficult was track of kariMalai Hills. After travelling 10 km from erumely, i got swollen feet and being adamant I keep on walking and got pus in my right feet and feet got baterial infection.
Thank God !! in sabrimala hospital is there and by betadine dressing, infection also went away and i felt comfortable.
But still i have two doubts which only you can solve :
1. VAAVAR masjid in dharamshasta and saanidhanam.
2. wOMEN WOH WANTED TO marry lord ayyappa but Ayyappa refused.
ye chakar kya hai ????
HARI OM __/\__
Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
January 20, 2018 at 2:15 PM
SABARIMALA PILGRIMAGE IS A GREAT LEVELER
AYYAPPA EXISTED MORE THAN 4 MILLINIUMS BEFORE ISLAM WAS BORN
AYYAPPA DISAPPEARED FROM KERALA AT A YOUNG AGE--LANDED UP IN EGYPT AS IMHOTEP
VAMANA WAS IN PERU AND CENTRAL AMERICA
capt ajit vadakayil
Below: Check out the GARGANTUAN paunch of the FAKE yoga guru -- who patents yoga and dyes his beard. Modi gave him Padma Vibhushan award .
He made sour vinegar using rotten vegetables/ fruits -called it enzyme and dumped it in Yamuna river-- and got fined heavily by NGT
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CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL