Saturday, June 15, 2019



1018-- is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says--  expounding question 936--  a jivanmukt is in turiya state .. becaue his soul frequency is same as brahman the field, he is not affected by maya.. he can see beyond the quantum veil of maya..  in the symbol of om turiya is repesented by the dot.

1019-  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says--   the jivan mukht does not need to think .. his brain does sphota—which is consciousness minus thinking . he has transcended worldy matters and has attained cosmic consciousness... this is the meaning of liberation..  he is now a sage , a witness sitting at the bindu and looking outwards ..

1020 -- is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says--     vishnu avatars were enlightened . pali speaking pig eating fake buddha strugled for nirvana , and as such he can never be a vishnu avatar.. only an indian sage can do topological thinking in the state of turiya, which is the ultimate stage in the evolution of human consciousness –the divine intelligence of our complex oscillating biological biominds living matrix.   the western phiilopher is a charlatan pretender.  

1021--  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says--        the indian sage can go beyond words and convey message to dna by mudra, the topological sign language of mind on mind telepatics.  kathakali poses used mudra.. western people go wow without understand jack shit. jewess leela samson killed kathakali..

1022-- is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says--          in turiya there is the absolute awareness..  it is the experience of ultimate reality and truth. in turiya, the self does not think, feel, or do, but rather observes thought, emotion, and action capable of truly understanding the totality of the universe.

1023-- uriya has no limits and no endpoint. it is infinitely transcendent, which means its potential is forever expanding. you are now a unique individual and you are a vital part of a larger universal life force that transcends everything on earth..

1024-- is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says--             reality and truth become more clearly defined, allowing you to perceive that which lies above, below, and beyond the human experience. this utterly quiet, peaceful and blissful state is the ultimate aim of all spiritual activity this highest state is not affected by maya the waker, the dreamer, the deep sleeper and the observer. you experience detachment and joy .

1025-- is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says--                turiya consciousness is the ultimate goal of spirituality for here you know what freedom is all about.  turiya is regarded as synonymous with videhamukti, liberation without a body a saint is a very ordinary guy.. a sage is the extraordinary being. a sage does not dream, because he has no polarity. he’s just a witness.

1026 -- is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says--           the jivanmukt does not feel the necessity for abiding by what brings pleasure to the physical body. the palm of the hand is his bowl, the earth is his bed, the sky is his clothing.  he has reached the climax of perfection and the whole universe is a part of his body. the forces of the universe are his friends, not his enemies . the sage does not care for public criticism

1027--  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says--                  in the symbol of om, maya is the semicircle .. the semi-circle is open at the top and does not touch the dot. this means that this highest state of turiya is not affected by maya. om is not savage superstition.. it is the most profound symbol on earth.   maya only affects the manifested phenomenon. in turiya thoughts subside and one becomes increasingly more awake; the mind settles down and consciousness itself becomes primary. this is pure consciousness or unbounded awareness.

1028 -- is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says--                  we ordinary people lack contact with our fourth state of consciousness, and so we fail to live up to our potential as human beings. this utterly quiet, peaceful and blissful state is the ultimate aim of all spiritual activity.. turiya is freedom from the limitation of the other states .  you experience detachment and joy . turiya consciousness is the ultimate goal of spirituality for here you know what freedom is all about. the pig eating pali speaking buddha never went into this state..

1029 -- is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says--                   sage markeneya was given an astral soul travel experience of pralaya ( cosmic dissolution ) through the klein bottle ( mobius ) ..   in modern science a mobius coil is a topological modification of a toroid coil which is folded back on itself, thereby allowing current to flow in opposite directions.   the topology of möbius strips make it a rare euclidean representation of the infinite, and mathematicians have expanded on this and generalized it in the form of klein bottles ( the inhalation and exhaation of brahma ). markendeya explained , the qualities that we admire in a divine being are within us. when we worship the images that personify such attributes, we awaken those divine aspects latent in us. when we are filled by that grace, there is no space left for base desires and pain; we have become that deity.

1030 -- is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says--          the srivatsa is the symbol of the hindu rohingyas of the rakhine state of myanmar. kalki will have it on his chest. maharishis had topological fractal minds  .. topological fractal thinking shifts seamlessly from left to right brainlobes ( ram cloud memory ) and back  a mad jew named sigmund freud tried to show — apun bhi topological thinker— balls ! 

1031) the real buddha born in 1900 bc spoke sanskrit, was a vegan , who believed in soul, was born in india kikita, gaya , bihar - to parents anjana / hemajit , existed ..... true

1032) the buddha ( created by jew rothschild for making the hindu self loathing ) born in 563 bc spoke pali, ate pig, who did not beleieve in soul, was born in lumbini kapilavastu nepal- to parents mayadevi/ shuddhodana , did not exist ... true

1033) the real buddha born in india in 1900 bc , did not know pali, a obscure dialect of burrma , whose script was created by jew rothschild in sri lanka .. true

1034) when the white invader first came to india there was not a single buddhist in india.. .. true

1035) when the white invader first came to india, there was not a single jain outside india..--- true

1036) the real mahavira , the 24th thirthankara , was born in 4500 bc and not in 540 bc --- true

1037) real buddha and real mahavira ( born to are not contemporaries -- true

1038) fake buddha and fake mahavira ( born to trishala / siddharta ) created by jew rothschild are contemporaries-- true

1039) hindu emperor rishaba ( adinath ) the father of hindu emperor bharata is the founder of jainism in 8190 bc and is the first thirthankara. mahavira born in 4500 bc is the 24th thirthanka -- true

1040) all ancient rock cut temples having large idols of buddha in india and abroad belong to real sanskrit speaking buddha born in 1900 bc -- true

1041 ) jew rothschild cooked up emperor ashoka ( to make the hindu slef loathing ) who killed all his brothers and converted from baaaad hindusim to goooood buddhism out of disgust never existed -- true

1042) when jew rothschild left india in 1947 jains became rich and privileged in comparison to buddhists who remained poor and down trodden . .. true

1043) pali and buddhist scriptures were never taught in ancient universities nalanda nd taxila , only sanskrit and hindu vedas / upanishads were taught... true

1044) emperor ashoka ( who never existed ) did not have a son named mahinda who went to sri lanka and converted hindu king devanampiya tissa from baaaad hinduism to gooood buddhism.. true

1045) chinese traveller xuanzang who visited the capital of emperor harsha vardhana at kannauj was cooked up by jew rothschild ... true

1046) emperor harsha vardhana born in 590 ad who converted from baaaad hinduism to gooood buddhism never existed -- true

1047) chinese traveller xuanzang ( cooked up by jew rothschild ) did not visit lumbini , kapilavastu the birthplace of fake pali speaking, cooked up buddha in nepal.. neither did he collect several relics in pali. .. true

1048) chinese traveler xuanzang ( who never existed ) did not visit kanchi mutt created centuries later by jew rothschild for making the hindu self loathing.. true

1049) chinese traveller xuanzang ( who never existed ) did not visit the ancient buddhist hallowed spot of amaravathi ( cooked up by jew rothschild ).. true

1050) chinese traveller xuanzang ( who never existed ) did not stay at amaravathi and study holy book abhidhamma pitakam ( cooked up by jew rothschild ) which buddhist professors like rupert makk lovell gethin taught in western univeristies -- true

1051) jew rothschild who created the fake pali script and fake buddhism churned out fake buddhist documents in pali from sri lanka using his agents like jew thomas william rhys david .. true

1052) rothschilds agent german jew max muller used jew thomas william rhys david to create the “pali text society “ in sri lanka to create fake buddhist scriptures which would be later imported into india with the connivance of br ambedkar .. true

1053) asi ( archaeological survey of india ) was created in india by jew rothschild to exhume fake ( planted in advance ) buddhist rock relics for rothschild to create fake buddhism to divide and rule , using his agent jew alexander cunningham -... true

1054) first isi chief jew alexander cunningham tutored by rothchilds agent jew james princep , used brahmi script and planted fake rock edicts and relics all over india.. the travel accounts of buddhist chinese travelers ( who never existed ) were cooked up by alexander cunningham. for this lying effort he was knighted. … true

1055) the great buddist stupa , the maha chaitanya , at ancient town amaravati , dharanikota ( which cm of andhra cb naidu wants to convert to mecca of buddhists ) founded by fake emperor ashoka never existed -- true

1056) conman dalai lama spake – quote : the source of all buddhist knowledge has come from nalanda university : unquote – and this lie is seconded by amartya sen with a rothschild wife .. kerala namboodiri aryabhatta was a visiting professor in nalanda univeristy in 2700 bc .. nalanda never had anything to do with buddha or buddhism…. true

1057) buddhist chinese traveller faxian / fa hien ( who never existed ) did not come via khyber pass to india to make a pilgrimage to lumbini the birthplace in nepal of the fake pali speaking buddha … true

1058) buddhist chinese traveller ( who never existed ) yijing did not stay at nalanda univeristy for eleven long years and translate hajaaar buddhist books from pali to chinese.. .. true

1059) during the rule of emperor bimbisara , prince siddharta ( cooked up be jew rothschild ) became buddha. bimbisara of haryanka dynasty the contemporary of both buddha and mahavira never existed --true

1060) fake hindu emperor bimbisara did not allow the women in his harem ( hindu kings has no harem) to visit buddha in his monastery in the evenings- and these horny women wanted a hair from buddha’s lower body everytime, which buddha found painful and hence refused. fake buddha did not give one hair to fake bimbisara .. true

1061) fake hindu king bimbisara who converted from baaaad hindusim to gooood buddhism did not offer his kingdom to fake buddha ( there are so many paintings of this offering kingdom scene ) , which pissed off his son ajata shatru -- true

1062) greek histrian megasthenes who died in 290 bc never mentioned a single word about fake buddha or his contemporary fake mahavira in his volumious books .. the reason is at that time both buddhism and jainism were insignificant sub-sects of hinduism later given great importance a great religions by jew rothschild for divide and rule -- true

1063) bindusara existed unlike bimbisara ( cooked up by jew rothschild ) who never existed -- true

1064) greek historian megasthenes who wrote a voluminous book of a single emperor the real chandra gupta maurya ( who converted from baaaad hindusm to goooood jainism ) after handing over his kingdom to fake son bimbisara did not mention a word mahavira or jain or jainsm in his book .. true

1065) it is a lie that king bimbisara of magadha kingdom met buddha who personally converted him from baaaad hinduism to gooood buddhism—true

1066) it is a lie buddhist bimbisaras son hindu ajata shatru killed his own father .. sorry, hindu princes never killed their king fathers -- true

1067) hindu emperor chandragupta mauryas son , real hindu emeror bindusara extended the rule of the mauryan empire towards southern india. he also had a greek ambassador at his court, named deimachus strabo, who recorded several events —true

1068) rothschild historians wrote that emperor chandra gupta maurya centralized prostitution and gambling. sorry there was no prostitution those days in a dharmic hindu nation-- true

1069) as a prime minister chanakya mentored emperors chandra gupta maurya and bindusara... true

1070) emperor bindusara traded regularly with greeks, syrians, and egyptians. a lot of foreign rulers send their ambassadors to his maurya court and there are written greek records . there are absolutely no ancient greek records of someone named bimbisara .. true

1071) chanakya the kerala namboodiri professor of taxila university delivered the son of queen durdhara and emperor chandragupta maurya , prince bindusara by a caesarian operation -- true

1072) prime minister chanakya was concerned that chandragupta might be poisoned by his enemies, started introducing small amounts of poison into the emperor’s food in order to build up a tolerance. chandragupta was unaware of this plan, and shared some of his food with his wife durdhara when she was very pregnant with their first son. durdhara died, but chanakya the professor of surgery at taxila university rushed in and performed an emergency operation to remove the full-term baby. the infant bindusara survived, but a bit of his mother’s poisoned blood touched his forehead, leaving a blue bindu spot that inspired his name bindusara ”. i wonder why we attribute caesarian births to a roman king —for he came more than 2 centuries later … true

1073) bimbisara —according to chinese traveler hiuen tsang ( who was cooked by jew jew rothschild ) —built the city of rajgir (rajagriha), famous in buddhist writings fake binbisara he was not succeeded on the throne by son ajatashatru. ajatashatra was bindusaras son…. true

1074) fake emperor bimbisara who ascended the throne at the age of 15 in 543 ad , did not lay the foundations of city of pataliputra , which is thousands of years older .. true

1075) emperor bindusara , the son of emperor chandra gupta maurya was not the father of the cooked up ashoka.. this means ajatashatru and ashoka are not brothers.. ridiculous is not the word here —true

1076) hindu emperor ajatashatru , the son of emperor bindusara did not visit buddha in 491 bc as is sritten in samannaphala sutta ( sutra became sutta .. tee heee ) .. ajatashatru ( he was not kunika ) was not born to a buddhist mother fake kosala devi . . .true

1077) it is a foul lie that hindu kings imprisoned their buddhist fathers like real ajatashatru / fake bimbisara .. true

1078) it is a foul lie that hindu king ashoka , son of fake buddhist king killed all his brothers to usurp the kingdom—true

1079) it is a foul lie that hindu king bindusara killed his hindu mother durdhara, the wife of hindu king chandragupta maurya . durdhara died even before bindusara was deliered by prof chanakya with a c-section emergency surgery operation.. true

1080) rothschild historians have written that when fake bimbisara was imprisoned by his son real ajatashatru, his wife hid the royal treasures on his orders indie son bhandar cave of rajgir in bihar . this is a foul lie.. true

1081) modern global diplomacy revolves around the chanakya’s principle of “saam, daam, dand, bhed” = “persuade, purchase, punish, exploit the weakness’ , to screw his defaulters… true

1082 ) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  mount kailash is the pineal gland of this planet.. the peak has iridium inherent in it..

1083 )  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  an original shiva lingam is very heavy--heavier than steel, because it has iridium inherent.. 
1084 ) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  ancient kerala thiyya navigators went  all the way up niger river in west africa, taking along  namboodiri sages with them..

1085) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says    -  the sages went to mauritania and mali to sit and meditate on enormous black meteorite stones , with high level of iridium inherent..  their kundalinis shot up to the sahasrara chakra..  these sages would take astral flights.. their souls left their body and their souls flew faster than light al over the planet and other planets too. and then the souls joined back the cadaver..  the kings of mali knew the calicut king, as the ruler of the richest part of the planet ( malabar/ punt/ ophir / sheba ).

1086) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says    -    the  father of boy king tutankhamun , king akhenaten was the real moses ..   akhenatens dagger was found in the tomb of tutankhamun , made of heavy shiva lingam metal , with iridium inherent..

1087) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says    -      people of mali and mauritania have covered up their priceless huge meteorite stones with sand , to prevent white men form stealing it.. they mislead foreigners who come with magnetometers and  ground penetrating portable ex-ray equipment...

1088) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says    -      jew emperor jehangir ( son of jew emperor akbar ) had a metal shiva lingam dagger..  last 80% of moghul emperors were jews.. jews infiltrated the royal bloodline by jewess whore honeypots trained in elite manners ..

1089) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says    -        explorer robert e peary was funded by jew rothschild to look for shiva lingams in arctic..   thief peary baby found three meteorite stones at cape york of greenland ( saviksoah island )which he named ahnighito ( 34 tonnes ) / woman ( 3 tons ) / dog ( 1 ton) .. a part of them are on now display at american museum new york.

1090) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says    -           rothschild build the first railways in greenland to steal and transport it ..some one should tell this to idiot suhel seth..

1091) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says    -   the ancient hindu shiva temple at pessinus turkey had a giant meteorite.   the hindu emperor of rome transported it and build the temple of cybele ( magna mater ) over it.    this temple on palantine hill was a place for hindu pilgrimage .. for 500 years this stone was god for romans..

1092) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says    -      hindu emperor marcus aurelius , in whose rule rome was most stable ( 161 ad to 180 ad )  , worshiped this stone almost daily..   the italian waitress and her half breed children must know this..

1093) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says    -        jesus christ and bible was cooked up by jewess helena in 325 ad..  persecution of hindus started in full swing after death of roman emperor constantine the great ..  in 394 ad, christian roman emperor theodosius i destroyed the hindu temple containing the shiva lingam .. this stone was buried under the foundation of a christian cathedral..

1094) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says    -    a hindu emperor of rome named elagabal ( rule 218 ad to 222 ad ) was sexually denigrated by pope just like hindu emperors nero and caligula..  he was a kerala thiyya from syria who was a priest at the shiva temple of emesa ( syria ).. this shiva lingam stone was installed by kerala thiyya queen queen dido..  read question 473 in the link below--about kerala thiyya queen dido--known as the wandering queen --who kick started major civilizations.

1095) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says    -       the elagabalium was a hindu shiva temple built by roman emperor elagabalus located on the ne corner of the palantine hill. this stone was called the black stone of emesa..   hindu emperor elagabalus allowed hindu thiyya women to be senators of rome.. his mother julia soaemias used to ride a chariot all over rome on hindu festival days displaying the black shiva lingam with her young emperor son running backwards before the horses..  gold coins have been struck for these events..

1096) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says    -         there is a shiva lingam weighing 742 kilos at rothschilds yale university.. been there since 1825 ad..

1097) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says    -     ashoka chakra on our national flag is lifted from the vedic dharma chakra .. Emperor ashoka never existed.. We never ehard of ashoka till the white invader came to india..

1098) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     jew rothchild cooked up the 24 spoke ashoka chakra ( dhamma chakka ) to involve material nonsense like money, success , maintenance, bhakti ( replacing shraddha ) , suppression , production, sweetness, defence , penance, service etc..    The 24 spokes is associated with 24 female sakyadhitas ( womens empowerment ) which is nonsense..

1099) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --       the vedic dharma chakra has 24 spokes and is based on 24 maharishis who mastered the 24 mudras of gayatri mantra..
The real 24 spokes of dharma chakra are—
Anurāga (Love)
Parākrama (Courage)
Dhairya (Patience)
Śānti (Peace)
Mahānubhāvatva (Magnanimity)
Praśastatva (Goodness)
Śraddāna ( Shraddha )
Apīḍana (Gentleness)
Niḥsaṃga (Selflessness)
Ātmniyantranā (Self-Control)
Ātmāhavana (Self Sacrifice)
Satyavāditā (Truthfulness)
Dhārmikatva (Righteousness)
Nyāyā (Justice)
Ānṛśaṃsya (Mercy)
Chāya (Gracefulness)
Amānitā (Humility)
Prabhubhakti (Loyalty)
Karuṇāveditā (Sympathy)
Ādhyātmikajñāna (Spiritual Knowledge)
Mahopekṣā (Forgiveness)
Akalkatā (Honesty)
Anāditva (Eternity)
Apekṣā (Hope)

each spoke ( seed ) has a colour and sound which is found only in the land of BHA-RA-TA.

Gayatri consists of 24 Syllables as follows:--
1st Line: Ta, sa, vi, tu, va, re, ny, ya - 8
2nd Line: Bha, go, De, va, ya, dhee, ma, hi - 8
3rd Line: Dhi, yo, yo, nah, ra, cho, da, ya - 8
TOTAL-- 24

gayatri mantra addresses quasar ( savitur ) – the primordial light , of brilliance more than a trillion suns  .


 1100)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    to create fake buddhism of pali speaking, pig eating, soul non-believing buddha’s  new religion jew rothschild converted chakra to chakka, dharma to dhamma, karma to  kamma, sutra to sutta , satva to satta , putra to putta , vastu to vattu etc.. so maaaan , let us all dance to humma ( haram ).

1101)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   it is a big kosher lie that when pali speaking , pig eating, soul non-believing gautama buddha achieved enlightenment at bodh gaya, he came to sarnath, on the outskirts of varanasi. there, he found his five disciples assaji, mahānāma, kondañña, bhaddiya and vappa ( who never existed ) , who had earlier abandoned him. he introduced his first teachings to them, thereby establishing the dhammachakkra. this is the motif taken up by ashoka ( who never existed ) and portrayed on top of his pillars.

1102)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  -- it is a big kosher lie that sir john hubert marshall the director general of asi ( an agent of jew rothschild ) excavated buddhist centres of sanchi and sarnath and found buddhist relics.. . he just planted them in secret in advance and excavated them in front of rothschild’s media and gaping indians  ..  sarnath , 9 km from varanasi was chosen to prove that hindus fed up of baaaad hinduism readily converted to gooood buddhism.

1103)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  it is a kosher lie that the deer park in sarnath ( isipatana ) is where gautama buddha , who never existed , first taught the dharma, and where the buddhist sangha came into existence .  it was cooked by the white invader that isipatana, is one of the four places of buddhist pilgrimage.  it is a lie that  dhammacakkappavattana sutta ( cooked up four noble truths ) , was buddha’s  first teaching after attaining enlightenment.

1104)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  the site of sanchi was discovered ( sic ) in the year 1818 by general taylor and an archaeological museum was established in 1919 by sir john marshall. the great stupa (also called stupa no. 1) was originally built in the 3rd century bce by the mauryan emperor ashoka ( who never existed ) .  it is a kosher lie that sanchi stupa  houses the ashes of the pali speaking , pig eating , sou non-beleiving  buddha who never existed .

1105)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  it is a foul kosher lie that the great stupa at sanchi commissioned by emperor ashoka ( who never existed )  is one of the oldest stone structures in india..  the sanchi stupa was built by the white invader , in secrecy.. it is a white lie that  the original construction work of this stupa was overseen by ashoka, whose wife devi ( who never existed ) was the daughter of a merchant of nearby vidisha. it is a lie that sanchi was also her birthplace as well as the venue of her and ashoka's wedding

1106)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  it is a foul kosher lie that mahapajapati gotami  ( buddha’s mother’s sister who never existed ) was the first woman to seek ordination for women, which she did from gautama buddha directly, and she became the first bhikkhuni (buddhist nun) and died at the age of 120..

1107)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   we never heard of tripiṭaka the pali canon till the white invader came to india..

1108)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    the pali speaking, pig eating, soul unbelieving buddha did not believe in a creator god..  in china most of the commies are buddhists.

1109)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    all pali works relating to the pig eating soul unbelieving buddha born in nepal are cooked up from sanskrit tests attributed to sanskrit speaking vegan buddha born in indian in 1900bc 

1110)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    it is a foul lie that that ancient  bhavishya purana mentions buddha as the ninth avatar of vishnu..  the bhavishya purana poisn injected by jew rothschild posits:  “at this time, reminded of the kali age, the god vishnu became born as gautama, the shakyamuni, and taught the buddhist dharma for ten years. then shuddodana ruled for twenty years, and shakyasimha for twenty. at the first stage of the kali age, the path of the vedas was destroyed and all men became buddhists. those who sought refuge with vishnu were deluded.”  .. every mention of the word buddha in our puranas are poison injected.. all puranas in sanskrit were written before the birth of krishna 

1111)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    we never heard of buddhaghosa till the white invader came to india..  buddhaghosa is tom tommed by rothschild’s historians as a 5th-century indian theravada buddhist commentator, translator and philosopher.

1112)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    commentator buddhaghosa ( who never existed ) explains that each saying recorded in the collection was made on a different occasion in response to a unique situation that had arisen in the life of the pali speaking, pig eating , soul unbelieving, buddha and his monastic community.

1113)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --       fake buddhaghosa’s  commentary, the cooked up dhammapada atthakatha, presents the details of these events and is a source of legend for the life and times of the buddha. the dhammapada is a collection of sayings of the buddha in verse form and one of the most widely read and best known buddhist scriptures. the original version of the dhammapada is in the cooked up khuddaka nikaya, a division of the pali canon of theravada buddhism created by jew rothschild...

1114)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  the cooked up  khuddaka nikāya (‘minor collection’) is the last of the five nikayas, or collections, in the sutta pitaka, which is one of the "three baskets" that compose the pali tipitaka, the scriptures of theravada buddhism.  kṣudraka āgama is  the mahayana equivalent of fake khuddaka nikaya. 

1115)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  jew rothschild attempted to have a mahavira type fake thirthankara system  for his fake pali speaking pig eating soul nonbelieving gautama buddha he cooked up. he tried to make gautama as the 25th thirthankara.. the fake buddhavaṃsa (also known as the chronicle of buddhas) is a hagiographical buddhist text which describes the life of gautama buddha and of the twenty-four buddhas who preceded him and prophesied his attainment of buddhahood. 

1116)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   in the fourteenth book of the khuddaka nikaya in it gautama buddha relates the lives of the 24 buddhas ( never existed ) who preceded him, and his former actions in relation to those buddhas .   his name as a former bodhisatta under each buddha is also given.

1117)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   the false propaganda is  that the fake  buddhavaṃsa was preached, at disciple sariputta’s ( who never existed )  request, after the pali speaking pig eating soul unbelieving buddha had performed the miracle of the ratanacaṇkama (jewelled walk) and the introductory chapter of this work is called the ratanacaṇkamana-khandha. the last chapter deals with the distribution of gautama's relics. the commentary on the fake buddhavaṃsa is known as the madhuratthavilasini.

1118)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   we never heard of the book apadaa till the white invader came to india..  the cooked up apadāna with 600 poems is a collection of biographical stories of 25 thirthankara buddhas , senior buddhist monks and nuns found in the khuddaka nikaya of the pāli canon, the scriptures of theravada buddhism.   it is a a buddhist vitae sanctorum' of buddhist monks and nuns who lived during the lifetime of the buddha.. the apadana is a parallel to the jataka commentary, in which the pali speaking, pig eating, soul non-believing buddha recounts his previous lives when he spoke sanskrit ...

1119)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    we never heard of the text  cariyapitaka before the white invader came to india.. the cooked up   cariyapitaka ( basket of good conduct ) is a short verse work that includes thirty-five accounts of the buddha's former lives (similar to jataka tales) when he as a bodhisattva exhibited behaviors known as "perfections," prerequisites to buddhahood .. in the first story , the pali speaking pig eating , soul unbelieving gautama buddha ( who never existed ) says he will illustrate his practice of the perfections  by stories of his past lives in this current age. the text contains 35 such stories, spanning 370 verses.

1120)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    we never heard of the buddhist text dipavamsa till the white invader came to india.  the fake dipavamsa ( chronicle of the island ), is the oldest historical record of sri lanka.  the chronicle is believed to be compiled from fake atthakatha and other sources. the major commentary were authored by five hundred senior monks at the first buddhist council.. the cooked up first buddhist council was a gathering of senior monks of the buddhist order convened just after gautama buddha's death in ca. 400 bce.. the meeting ( which never took placee ) was led by mahakasyapa under the patronage of the king ajatashatru the son of emperor bimbisara ( who never existed )..

1121)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    we never heard of the text mahavamsa till the white invader came to india..  the cooked up  mahavamsa, it is the source of many accounts of ancient history of sri lanka and india. the mahavamsa (great chroniclea) is an epic poem written in the pali language which is a dialect of burma .] it relates the history of sri lanka from its legendary beginnings up to the reign of mahasena of anuradhapura 302 ad ( who ever existed )  covering the period between the arrival of prince vijaya from india in 543 bce to his reign (277–304 ce). it was composed by a buddhist monk at the mahavihara temple ( which never existed ) in anuradhapura about the fifth century ad.

1122)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   the anuradhapura maha viharaya was a large buddhist monastery in sri lanka. it was founded by king devanampiya tissa ( who never existed )of anuradhapura (247–207 bce) in his capital city of anuradhapura.  it is in this monastery where buddhist monks  monks such as buddhaghosa and dhammapala ( both never existed ) wrote commentaries on the tipitaka and texts such as the visuddhimagga .. the cooked up visuddhimagga in pali language( the path of purification), is the 'great treatise'  written by buddhaghosa

1123)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   we never heard of the great buddhist international university in lanka named mahavihara till the white invader came to india.. jew rothschild converted nalanda university in india to a buddhist university mahavihara .. sorry nalanda university where kerala namboodiri aryabhatta ( 2700 bc ) was a professor never had to anything with pali ( burmese dialect ) of pig eating buddha or buddhism ..never mind what amartya sen or romila thapar says..

1124)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   the cooked up anuradhapura maha viharaya founded by king devanampiya tissa ( who never existed ) of anuradhapura (247–207 bce) in his capital city of anuradhapura.   the monks living at the mahavihara were referred to as mahaviharavasins.  the chinese traveler of 7th century ad xuanzang  never existed ..

1125)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  -- we never heard of abhayagiri vihara which contains the venerable tooth of the pali speaking , pig eating, soul unbelieving buddha till the white invader came to india.  chinese traveler faxian ( who never existed ) went to srilanka in 414 ad and wrote about this monastery which housed 3000 monks.  cooked up abhayagiri dagaba was established by king valagamba ( who never existed ) in 85ad

1126)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  koṇagamana buddha, known as kanakamuni in sanskrit is one of the ancient buddhas whose biography is chronicled in chapter 23 of the buddhavamsa, one of the books of the pali canon. this fellow never existed.

1127)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  -- it is bullshit that pali speaking, pig eating , soul unbelieving buddha went to lanka not once but hold your breath , drive away yakkas ( ghosts ) and nagas ( snakes ) .

1128)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  there is one jetavana monastery in rajgir, up, india and another in lanka.. both never existed.. the monastery was given to buddha by his chief male lay disciple, anathapindika ( who never existed )..

1129)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   there are hajaaar relics ( tooth/ hair / bones / ashes ) of pali speaking, pig eating, soul unbelieving, buddha all around the world thanks to jew rothschild .. all this can be proced as fraud by a simple dna, carbon dating test.. each relic had a stupa ( cooked up )  built on top like shiva lingam temple.. ashoka ( who never existed ) divided the relics and built 84,000 stupas ( figments of rothschild’s imagination ) all around the planet. but hey, chinese travelers (fa-hien and hiuen tsang)  cooked up by jew rothschild can vouch baye gaaad for these stupas..  read the mindless bullshit in the post below— it is not worth writing about.

1130)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   pali speaking, pig eating, soul unbelieving, buddha died in 543 bc, his body was cremated in a sandalwood pyre at kushinagar and his left canine tooth was retrieved from the funeral pyre by his female disciple, khema ( who never existed ).. women are not allowed in cremation grounds. the sutta nipata mention her to be the wife of bimbisara ( who never existed ) , king of magadha

1131)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    whoever possessed the tooth relic of pali speaking, pig eating buddha( who never existed )  had a divine right to rule that land.  the daṭhavaṃsa ( cooked up by jew rothschild )  recounts the tale of a war fought over the relic 800 years later between guhasiva of the republic of kalinga and a king named pandu.  this war between two cooked up fellows  never took place..

1132)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    the cooked up  dāṭhavaṃsa is a pali historical chronicle attributed to dhammakitti thero.  it is titled in english as "the history of the tooth relic" and contains histories and popular traditions associated with the relic of the tooth of the buddha.  this fake relic is currently enshrined at the temple of the tooth in kandy, sri lanka.

1133)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    buddhists have even usurped kalki avatar ( maitreya ).. rothschild cooked up dīpankara ( lamp bearer) is one of the buddhas of the hoary past. he is said to have lived on earth one hundred thousand aeons ago. according to some buddhist traditions, dīpankara was a buddha who reached enlightenment eons prior to gautama buddha, the historical buddha. the real dipankara is the adi-buddha born in 1900 bc, who spoke sanskrit, was a vegan , who believed in soul, who was a veda expert.. adi-buddha’s statues exist in all rock cut temples around the planet co-existing with hindu gods ( like in elephanta caves )..

1135)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    sakyadhita holds an international conference every two years ( sponsored by the deep state ) , bringing together buddhists from around the world. the organization was founded in 1987 in bodhgaya, india. sakyadhita is an alliance of women and men founded at the conclusion of the first international conference on buddhist women, held in bodh gaya, where the 14th dalai lama ( sponsored by the deep state ) was the keynote speaker. the term sakyadhita means "daughters of the buddha" and was first used at the conference.

1136)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  -- currently, sakyadhita has almost 2000 members in 45 countries around the world. the main aim is to convert hindus to buddhism and propagate pali in india.. vesak is a festival that commemorates the birth, enlightenment (buddhahood), and death (parinirvāna) of gautama buddha who never existed.

1137)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  to all those who are amazed how easily jews cooked up torah/ bible/ koran with cooked up ( by jewess helena ) characters  jesus/ moses/ abraham/ adam/ gabriel— they must know jew rothschild created the sikh holybook guru granth sahib with verses of cooked up bhakti movement dasa character, and the entire fake hindu holy book ashtavakra gita, which conmen like sri sri ravishankar propagates...

1138)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  -- jew rothschild got caught with his kosher pants down with his fake objective ashtavakra gita, because he did not have the cerebral wherewithal understand the basic difference between subjective spirituality of sanatana dharma and other religions steeped in objective dogma..

1139)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  the reason morality is subjective is because there is no common moral law that all people agree on.  if objective moral codes existed like "murder is bad" than there would be no murderers. but there are murderers. the reason most societies outlaw murder is because it is for the logical salvation of the society.  objective morality is the idea that a certain system of ethics or set of moral judgments is not just true according to a person's subjective opinion, but factually true.  proponents of this theory would argue that a statement like "murder is wrong" can be as objectively true as "1 + 1 = 2."  most of the objective morals promoted today are grounded in abrahamic religions . 

1140)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   among christians, it follows from the ideas of inherent human sinfulness and original sin that one's subjective moral instincts must be categorically classed as evil.  in claustrophobic abrahamic religions , there is a pervasive message that whatever we're searching for is completely and utterly separate from us.

1141)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    as per sanatana dharma morality has been ingrained within us.   somewhere deep down, embedded in our dna, is the coding for morality. somehow people know at a very young age that stealing is wrong.  for some, morality is something that is either taught, learned, or gained through familial contact or social interaction. et there are people who didn't have good parents, or who had no parents at all, or who grew up without much social interaction or exposure to accessible information but who still know the basic "rules" for morality.  for others, morality seems to be something that we have to achieve or earn via some middle man in robes… 

1142)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     morality isn't a rule. it isn't a plumb line. morality cannot exists without context. bhagawad gita was the ultimate lesson in morality within the perimeter of context .  morality aint no tool to determine who is in and who is out. it is something that is part of each person. we don't earn morality; it earns us.   morality is a gene -- not one that we can see or study, but one that evolves progressively over time. unlike other genes, it is affected and altered by the decisions we make and don't make. it is transformed by compassion and deformed by the lack of it. .

1143)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    morality is in us. we are all moral unless you have criminal dna and the programming is corrupt.   its how we choose to use that knowledge that will determine how we nurture the growth of morality within us.  so, the origins of morality lie in each human being but are grown through the everyday process of making choices.  laws of karma and dharma has guided the hindu since time immemorial . there was never any dogma lumped down the hindu’s throat.

1144)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     morals are encouraged by living in a moral society or community. but they are birthed in each person, each individual. they are also spurred on by what we choose to expose our minds to.   moral subjectivity is not the enemy to the progress of any society; moral homogeneity is.   moral homogeneity says that everyone needs to see everything the same way, to fit into neat little boxes, and it is used to marginalize those who don't.

1145)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     moral subjectivity leads a society to embrace diversity by seeing that a particular worldview isn't the only right one.   a subjective morality is one rooted in human feelings and conscience .   natural justice is inherent. these are the things that are most important to us, indeed the only things important to us!
1146 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     single messiah,  dogma ridden single holy book religions are objective .  doodh peena maangtha..  mundi peh tel daalna maanghta type.. objective moral values are moral values that are true independent of the conscience of human beings.   natural justice is scuttled ..  on the other hands subjective spirituality like sanatana dharma is rooted in dharma and conscience..  enforce the messiah’s law to hell with fairness based on human conscience does not work here.. nobody carries the subjective bhagawad gita around the way muslims carry around their objective koran threatendendending blasphemy  .. 

1147 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  we hindus do not need a messiah to tell us what is right and what is wrong.  like this blogsite hinduism tells all to use their conscience. objective morality breeds false excuses..  tangible law is the objective form of morality. objective is independent of peoples opinions.   objective morals for christians emanate from the ten commandments.  objective morality ignored context . christian / islam morality is objective, the single messiah and single holy book dictates dogma.

1148 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    atheist communists ( mao’s little red book ) and single messiah / holy book religions are objective with morality. they have failed .  religion is doing what you are told regardless of what is right.   rules don’t make us moral.   sanatana dharma is subjective.   subjective is strictly within humans beings –it derives from our intangible conscience alone.

1149 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     in subjective morality perception within perimeter of context is paramount.   subjective is dependent on peoples opinions.   sanatana dharmais based on conscious human conscience. no man can manipulate or silence his conscience. we are not the source of our own conscience.   bhagawad gita is our guide not ashtavakra gita cooked up by jew rothschild with dos and donts.

1150 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     enemies of hinduism uses fake gurus like sri sri ravishankar to convert sanatana dharma to an objective religion. sorry, it wont work. spiritually soaked hindus are subjective with morality. only this works .. morality is doing what is right, regardless of what your are told.  subjective morality has no scope for excuses. love , compassion and fairness make us moral.

1151 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  hinduism was developed along spiritual lines, not religious lines—the reason why 800 years of slavery could not stamp out this amazing way of life..   hinduism is not a religion, it is the practice of spirituality by elevating human consciousness in the personal quest for truth.

1152 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --      there can be no inquisitions in sanatana dharma.. hindus will never run out of temples after friday prayers to kill people of other religions enmasse. hindus don’t find the need to convert people of other religions..hindus can never be racists like the jews who follow the talmud..  ahimsa ( non-violence ), vegetarianism , rerating visitore like gods, are characteristics of hinduism— due to which vile foreign invaders took advantage..

1153 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    hinduism is based on reason and not faith -- unless the faith is an extension of reason.   hinduism is a relentless pursuit of truth, flexible to suit all situations.   at the heart of hinduism remains mans' essential quest for union with the absolute supreme the brahman. in addition to tradition and moral order, it also signifies the path of knowledge and correct action ( dharma ).

1154 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     what the italian and her half breed children waitress calls saffron terror -- is just the hindus making a free choice not to be cowards anymore and giving back as good as they got.   today when a patient and tolerant hindu gets outraged and decides to retaliate,  ignoring rothschild’s agent gandhi’s teachings,  by being in the moment as required by bhagawad gita  , rivers of blood flows on the streets .

1155 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     hinduism can never dream of all this for openness and inclusivity is the essence of hinduism.  hinduism is a spiritual code. know thyself is the quintessence.   hinduism has a total lack of compulsions. you cannot get ex-communicated for not toeing the line.  the diversity, the range, and the lofty metaphysical aspirations of vedanta are mind boggling.

1156 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  loaded truth is delivered or revealed from a divine source and enters the world through a single agent: for example, abraham in judaism, jesus christ in christianity, and muhammad in islam.   these truths are then recorded in scriptures that serve as a source of knowledge of divine wisdom: the hebrew bible, the new testament of the christian bible, and the koran. in the hindu tradition, by utter contrast, there is no single revelation.

1157 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  the hindu spirituality tradition , unlike other religions -- has always concerned itself with the “human” situation rather than the “our religion “ situation.   under the doctrine of karma, the ability to make choices remains with the individual-and not what is being told as gospel in a holy book .  ask the jews—they will say india is the only place where they never got persecuted over thousands of years—they always ran here for refuge.   the reason ?   this country had denizens steeped in spirituality — not religious bigots.  hebrew religion and hinduism co-existed.

1158 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    hinduism has been invaded by the nwo . we have conmen like sadguru jaggi vasudev chairing international freemason seminars .  ashtavakra is a character in the of the sanskrit play uttara-ramacaritam composed by the fake backdated rotshchild creation bhavabhuti — which talks about lord rama’s later life after he ill treated his pregnant wife sita ( sic ). sorry, the original ramayana ends with rama and a non-pregnant sita returning to ayodhya to a tumultuous welcome .. in sanatana dharma there can be no offspring of vishnu avatars left alive after the avatar dies..

1159 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     the immoral white invader writes that maharishi ashtavakra is mentioned in mahabharata.  my left ball !  sorry, no such ashtavakra exists.   nobody in india heard of cripple— nay— physically challenged sage ashtavakra ( with 8 deformities ) till the white invader came to india .

1160)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    wanna know the ridiculous story of how this fake sage ashtavakra cooked up by jew rothschild  got crippled?  pucker up your gullible assholes and twats..  ashtavakra’s mother sujata was in the family way, with a healthy chenga non-ashtavakra inside her womb.  but alas !  sujata was in the habit of sitting near her father and husband while they were teaching the vedas . her unborn child attained mastery over the vedas by listening to his grandfather expound them. kahoda was not equally skilled as his guru, however, and made a number of mistakes while reciting the scriptures. unable to bear these errors, the child in the womb got really pissed off and started correcting them from his mother’s womb!  humiliated before his disciples, kahoda cursed his own son, saying, “as you insulted your father, may you be born with eight bends in your body!”. accordingly, the child was born with his body crooked in eight places, and was named ashtavakra (one with eight deformations). teee heeee !  so so, sita’s father king janaka in due course of time became the disciple of our cripple—nay—physically challenged—nay man with special abilities-- ashtravakra.  so so—like how lord krishna gave a spiritual discourse to arjuna ( bhagawat gita )—our cripple—nay—specially abled man invented by the white invader, gave a discourse to king janaka the father in law of lord rama of the ramayana. braaaayyyyyy.

1161)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    ashtavakra gita with 20 poison injected chapters challenged the beliefs of hindusim with bizarre poison injected stuff.  this is rothschild communist stuff .  t is being touted as advaita vedanta—   the white historian has written “ ramakrishna paramahamsa persuaded his disciple swami vivekananda to study ‘ashtavakra gita’ ( sic ).   the white invader has even thrown ramana maharshi into the works for good measure. the fake mutts created by the white invader propagated the fake ashtavakra gita...

1162)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    there are no other statements anywhere in ashtavakra gita brimming with transcendental wisdom like the bhagawad gita coming out of a superior being of dna exceeding 13 strands --  this is why nobody will ever talk about a mundane ashtavakra's gita, which offers a common man no solace — you have to change yourself like these johnny come lately single messiah single holy book religions . these are suitable for the western mind—not the indian mind.

1163)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    the whole world goes ga ga about the great  wisdom in bhagawad gita.   bhagwat gita is not like a zionist jew multinational company manual – like these single messiah, single holy books.  ashtavakra gita is like a potted plant --no room for expansion—while bhagawad gita is vast like the cosmos which has space for you , and offers you immense solace .

1164)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  the difference between bhagwad gita and a single holy book of newly sprouted religions ( ashtavakra gita ) included—  is that these single holy books do not allow you to add or take anything from it, like modern zionist multinational company manuals.   this is the difference between a book uttered by a vishnu avatar and a book uttered by a mortal .

1165)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  yoga stretches the muscles and ligaments . poses held for a minute can be stressful.  but the practitioner remains calm during this uncomfortable period.   it is this deliberate and cheerful calm during discomfort or even pain that create yoga's greatest neurobiological benefit. 

1166)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  -- under any real stressful circumstance you can attempt the same calming techniques: breathing deeply and slowly, relaxing your facial muscles, clearing your head of anxious thoughts, focusing on the moment.  applying these techniques to real life is what yoga is all about.  yoga pays attention to the present moment and calms the mind.  over time you will start to retrain your automatic stress reaction, and replace it with one more conducive to overall well-being.

1167)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  yoga cuts out emotional eating. you stomach is bloated like a balloon yet you want to raid the fridge.  stress causes binge eating. people eat when frustrated, lonely or bored.    food not only meets the basic physical need but also social, emotional and psychological needs . emotional eating is when you eat for reasons other than for hunger.  over time, compulsive overeating usually leads to obesity. obesity, in turn, causes numerous medical complications.

1168)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   you will never find a fat yoga master with a big paunch.. if you see the size of sri sri ravishankar’s gargantuan paunch you can be 100% sure that he is a conman pretending to be a yoga guru. accumulation of visceral fat correlates with insulin resistance, whereas subcutaneous fat deposition correlates with circulating leptin levels . leptin tells your body it's full and ghrelin stimulates appetite..

1169)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  -- yoga gives you good REM sleep at night. When you don't sleep,  your leptin levels decrease and your ghrelin levels increase.  This is why fatsos must have good sleep. The fatso eats  unconsciously – he loves to raid the fridge even when his stomach is bursting full  .

1170)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   diet and yoga are your top allies when it comes to improving insulin/leptin sensitivity  ..  ghrelin and leptin act on the brain via the hypothalamus . leptin is secreted primarily in fat cells, as well as the stomach, heart, placenta, and skeletal muscle.  leptin decreases hunger.  leptin tells the hypothalamus that we have enough fat in the kitty , so we can eat less or stop eating.   for weight loss — the more leptin the better. both insulin and leptin resistance are associated with obesity, and impairment of their ability to transfer the information to receptors is the true foundational core of most all chronic degenerative diseases.

1171)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  yoga and suryanamaskar gives good sleep at night..  the brain chemical hypocretin (also known as orexin),  regulates sleep. orexins (also called hypocretins) are chemicals that are naturally produced by an area of the brain called the hypothalamus. orexins are involved in wakefulness and arousal-- people with narcolepsy (a sleep disorder that causes chronic sleepiness and involuntarily sleep)have a loss of orexin-producing neurons in that area of the brain.

1172)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   yoga can help you kick big-time stress . yoga gets you to quiet the mind, and it also gives your body an outlet to release energy blocks that may have you stressing out even more . peace of mind is a state of mental and emotional calmness, with no worries, fears or stress, and yoga helps you to achieve this state.

1173)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --       when you start practicing yoga you’ll be releasing pent up energy that could prevent you from falling asleep, and sleeping soundly once you do get to sleep.  yoga helps relax your nervous system, which is the part of your body responsible for restful sleep or a night of tossing and turning. 

1174)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  regular yoga has shown to be associated with making better food choices. it creates an awareness of the emotional sensations associated with hunger and eating, which is attributed to the mind-body connection gained from practicing yoga.  with its ability to lower blood pressure and heart rate as well as improve respiration, yoga provides you with the means to deal with and resolve anxiety and depression without resorting to expensive medications.

1175)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   yoga boosts memory and improves concentration. it is the perfect way to clear your mind and calm your senses. you are able to remember things, concentrate, and perceive much better. .  yogis have better moods, better anger control, and enhanced mindfulness.  yoga's mental aspect brings a whole new meaning to the phrase “blissing out.”

1176 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    yoga reduces the effects of traumatic experiences. many jew soldiers from israel come to india during vacations to use spirituality and  surgically remove negativity inherited from post traumatic stress disorder (ptsd) . patients who suffer from this mental illness frequently experience nightmares ( sleep paralysis ) and flashbacks, to name a few of the symptoms. they are unable to have proper rem sleep.  

1177 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    modern medicine has no effect on the underlying factors of ptsd. most are immune to the mindless approaches of modern medicine.  when in danger, it’s natural to feel afraid. this fear triggers many split-second changes in the body to prepare to defend against the danger or to avoid it.   this “fight-or-flight” response is a healthy reaction meant to protect a person from harm. but in post-traumatic stress disorder (ptsd), this reaction is changed or damaged.

1178 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    women are twice as likely as men to have ptsd or  posttraumatic stress disorder . people with ptsd have intense, disturbing thoughts and feelings related to their experience that last long after the traumatic event has ended.   flashbacks may be so vivid that people feel they are re-living the traumatic experience or seeing it before their eyes. people with ptsd may avoid situations or people that remind them of the traumatic event, and they may have strong negative reactions to something as ordinary as a loud noise or an accidental touch. many commit suicide unable to cope up ..
1179 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    most western nations now tell their war veterans suffering from ptsd to do yoga.. yoga has been shown to be completely effective in reducing or eliminating ptsd symptoms, according to the american psychological association. the amygdala kicks into effect here. people who have ptsd may feel stressed or frightened even when they’re no longer in danger.   ptsd was first brought to public attention in relation to war veterans, but it can result from a variety of traumatic incidents, such as mugging, rape, torture, being kidnapped or held captive, child abuse, car accidents, train wrecks, plane crashes, bombings, or natural disasters such as floods or earthquakes.

1180 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    yoga is the only  counterattack against the ravages of ptsd.   do not ley evil pharma misguide you into taking harmful drugs with side effects.. it is a multi-billion usd business for them. ptsd (post-traumatic stress disorder) sufferers have reduced insular cortex volume.  participants who had gained long-term yoga practice have greater cortex volume than control participants who had not practiced yoga. this has been recorded scientifically.

1181 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    health is not a mere absence of disease. it is a dynamic expression of life – in terms of how joyful, loving and enthusiastic you are. yoga is the only way to calm a mind plagued and ravaged by guilt, jealousy, fear , greed , anxiety , revenge etc.   our system is a seamless blend of the body, mind and spirit and this is ubndertoo by yoga .   an irregularity in the body affects the mind and similarly unpleasantness or restlessness in the mind can manifest as an ailment in the body.

1182 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    the mind is constantly involved in activity – swinging from the past to the future – but never staying in the present.  some are addicted to staring into the rear view mirror.  the present is food on the table. the past is shit in the sewage tank. the future is unknown.  by simply being aware of this tendency of the mind, we can actually save ourselves from getting stressed in a falthu manner.  yoga and pranayama helps bring the mind back to the present moment, where it can stay happy and focused..

1183)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    yoga can help improve your relationship with your spouse, parents, friends or loved ones, which has been damaged by ego and mind games ! a mind that is relaxed, happy and contented is better able to deal with sensitive relationship matters.  yoga and meditation work on keeping the mind happy and peaceful.   there is a hidden benefit for a strange bonding with the yoga students who attend classes with you.  this bonding coming out of sub-conscious acceptance lasts a lifetime. this is far better than having a beer club buddy.

1184)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --      people who are plagued by guilt do not have good rem sleep.  why is rem sleep so important? a beggar sleeping under a tree , if he has better sleep than you, it richer than you. you have a general idea that you spend 38 % of your life on this planet sleeping , right ?   when you do not sleep well, sinister apparitions disturb your sleep. you cook up your own ghosts.   do you really think that hit men and butchers who take life, sleep well ?  yoga and meditation have the power to improve your intuitive ability and gut feeling. this you have to experience yourself.  don’t take my word for it .  when you strengthen your body / mind/ spirit connection , magic happens- you deal with your own emotions .

1185)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    stress is usually thought of as an innocuous condition that can be ignored, but it does wreak havoc on your body. apart from releasing harmful free radicals, it also damages the body’s immunity and leaves you tired , irritable and snappy.  here’s where yoga comes in like the knight in silver armour. not only does yoga help calm the mind but also helps beat the ill effects of free radicals and helps build your immunity.  there is nothing on this planet better than yoga for stress management.   a lot of it has to do with deep long diaphragmatic breathing

1186)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    yoga increases gaba levels in the brain.  low gaba levels are associated with depression.  low gaba levels are associated with alzheimer’s disease. gaba is  a get-calm chemical .  gaba is a neurotransmitter that blocks impulses between nerve cells in the brain.

1187)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    people who did regular yoga had significantly more gaba, and had increased mood and decreased anxiety, than those who didn't do the practice and walked instead.  more than 40% of the synapses in the human brain work with gaba and therefore have gaba receptors.  gaba is classified as an inhibitory neurotransmitter, as opposed to excitatory neurotransmitters.   gaba slows down neuron firing.   other neurotransmitters – adrenaline, nor-adrenaline, dopamine, serotonin, glutamate – have an excitatory function, i.e. they stimulate neuron firing.

1188)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    most of the substances used to relieve anxiety – alcohol, cannabis, tranquilisers – get their effect through boosting gaba in your brain.   the evil pharma sells gaba supplements for anxiety and insomnia .  it does not work.   when gaba is taken orally, gaba levels in the brain do not increase,  because the substance itself cannot pass the blood-brain barrier and enter the central nervous system...

1189)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --      in humans, gaba is directly responsible for the regulation of muscle tone.  helps you relax and handle stressful situations more easily. teaches you how to quiet the mind so you can focus your energy where you want it to go , and be in the moment.   yoga asanas and deep diaphragmatic  breathing practices exert their effects through stimulation of vagal nerves (parasympathetic system) with associated brain gaba increases.

1190)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --      yoga means to be in perfect tune.   your body, mind and spirit work in harmony.   when you fine-tune yourself to such a point where everything functions so beautifully within you, the best of your abilities will just flow out of you.  when you are happy you have unbound energy.  

1191)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --      happiness is about equilibrium or dynamic balance between your  body, mind and spirit. - for life is a combination of spiritual, intellectual and physical aspects.  people who do yoga do not sweat the small stuff.  using a magnetic resonance imaging (mri) machine, it has been proved that meditation changes the physical structure of the brain..

1192)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --      prayer is not meditation. the former is a petition to  god, and the other is a detached observation of one's own mind, and its processes. meditation  abstracts the self from conscious thought, and frees the mind from feelings that cause stress and suffering.   it fosters creative intelligence, raise consciousness, and enables fuller use to be made of mental potential.  the increased gray matter in the meditators’ brains should make them better at controlling their attention, managing their emotions, and making mindful choices. the brain you have today is, in part, a reflection of the demands you have placed on it. people learning to juggle, for example, develop more connections in areas of the brain that anticipate moving objects.

1193)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --      medical students undergoing periods of intense learning show similar changes in the hippocampus, an area of the brain important for memory.  and mathematicians have more gray matter in regions important for arithmetic and spatial reasoning.   the spiritual aims are peace of mind, wisdom, and, ultimately, a state of enlightenment or self-realization.  meditation and yoga  is a  form of natural healing, and helps people cope with  anxiety, depression, and drug dependence.

1194)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --      if you practice focusing attention on your breath or a mantra, the brain will restructure itself to make concentration easier.   if you practice calm acceptance during meditation, you will develop a brain that is more resilient to stress.    and if you meditate while cultivating feelings of love and compassion, your brain will develop in such a way that you spontaneously feel more connected to others.

1195)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  -- alpha meditation is a part of yoga.. it is a very powerful to reprogram your subconscious mind.. alpha meditation is a yoga meditation method  that unleashes and then harnesses the power of the subconscious mind.  7.83 hz or the alpha frequency  is the gateway that leads into deeper states of consciousness. most people are in an alpha state during the short time immediately before they fall asleep and when the conscious nervous system switches over to the subconscious.

1195 b)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  -- the "alpha state" is where meditation starts and you begin to access the wealth of creativity that lies just below our conscious awareness . alpha is also the home of the window frequency known as the schumann resonance, which is the resonant frequency of the earth's electromagnetic field.  when we intentionally generate alpha waves and go into resonance with that earthy frequency, we naturally feel better, refreshed, in tune, in synch. it is, in fact, environmental synchronization.

1196 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  simply by sitting erect , balancing the spirit levels of your innner ear cochlea ,  closing your eyes, and being in a grateful disposition , your brain starts to generate  alpha brain waves. as more and more neurons are requited to this frequency, alpha waves cycle globally across the whole cortex.  this induces of deep relaxation, but not quite meditation .

1197 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   the "alpha state" is where meditation starts and you begin to access the wealth of creativity that lies just below our conscious awareness.. alpha waves produce the inspiration from your subconscious, where creativity and sudden insights comes from. alpha meditation can be used to unlock solutions for issues that you will not find in your conscious state. meditation is an exercise of the mind. what physical exercise is to the body, meditation is to the mind. silencing the body is easy, but silencing the mind is difficult in this modern age. silencing is about grace, harmony and tranquility. exhaustion is not tranquility.

1198 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   alpha meditation is about holding your mind to the present. in the modern age people get stressed, and they need to still the mind--the chattering monkey, which remains entangled in the past and the imagined future, but never in the present. a person stops thinking either when he is dead or when he has realised. when your ego powered mind is chattering like a monkey or the angry sea, you miss the truth. truth can be communicated only in silence. for this deep silence you need to have harmony between the mind, body and soul. the aim of every form of meditation is to still the mind, or you cant purify it and get rid of deep rooted negativities , which affect your health and even give you severe migraines.

1199 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    alpha meditation is a surgical operation of your subconscious mind to remove and discard negativity / ego and improve tolerance, grace and kindness. the meditator sees the cosmos as nothing but the tiniest packet of quantum energy. it makes you a watcher and a witness. such a person cannot be an egoist. the art of observing is to help you feel separate from all that you are clinging to. the meditator just witnesses , he does not react. his mind does not control him, rather he controls his mind. simply be mindful of in-and-out breathing. it is the process of watching which is the meditation, not what you are watching.

1200 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    while meditating , when you become distracted, gently refocus your attention on your slow deep diaphragmatic breathing.. keep watching. just breathe... as the abdomen rises, observe the motion from beginning to end with your mind. when the abdomen falls, do the same. that's it. just keep watching the rising-falling movements. you don't have to do anything to them. just know the movements without judging or describing them.  restrict your attention to what is occurring in the immediate present moment. don't think about the past or future— don't think about anything at all. let go of worries, concerns, and memories. empty your mind of everything except the movements occurring right now. but don't think about the motions; just know them.

1201 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    in insight meditation the aim is not to think, but only to know.  don't try to control the breath in any way. a mental note identifies the object in general but not in detail. for example, when a sound pulls your attention away, label it "hearing" instead of car horn," "voices" or "barking dog."  if an unpleasant sensation arises, note "pain " or "feeling" instead of "knee pain" or "my back pain." then return your attention to the primary object. when aware of a fragrance, say the mental note "smelling" for a moment or two. you don't have to identify the scent.  the motto is: "focus and forget it," or "know and let go."

1202 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    healing is not a physical process, rather it is mental. mind can wipe mistakes off the dna blueprint and destroy any disease that has disturbed the design. dna's ability to repair itself is affected adversely when a person is in depression. meditation experiences silence, and is devoid of drives, wishes, fears , thoughts and emotions. afterwards when the mind returns to its usual level of consciousness, it has acquired some freedom to move.. grace and peace are the hallmarks of a healthy non-delusional mind in a healthy body.. the happiness is stable. Alpha meditators do not commit suicide..

1203 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    the purpose of meditation in modern times is to destress, to stop the destructive mind chatter, for some time in a day,--  to still the mind.  when you still your mind,  no chemicals are produced. the brain must not be allowed to pump in destructive f&f ( fight & flight ) chemicals into your body, which will shorten your life.

1204 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    the reason why people remain mired in negativity is because of the beliefs they have inherited over time. beliefs are subconscious .  we can use our conscious mind to observe ,to introspect and dip into the subconscious where our beliefs are embedded , in order to eliminate it. you can meditate, to rewrite these negative programmes that cause you misery.

1205 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     during meditation thinking is separated from perceiving, so that the individual can stand apart from the emotional self. indians use meditation to purify the mind and gain insight. there is self observation and introspection ( which animals cannot do ) .having the advantage that it can be practised at any time in any place, it is usually practised in a comfortable position with eyes closed, with complete relaxation of all muscle groups.

1206 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     in the modern world, meditation is used as a spiritual technique for relaxation and stress reduction. the spiritual aims are peace of mind, wisdom, and, ultimately, a state of enlightenment or self-realization. chanting mantras are ok , if you find that the thoughts are too intrusive and disturbing, and you are unable to banish them.  the idea is to stop hyperventilating, and slow down your breathing.  there is an easier way to still your mind—just put the tip of your tongue on the upper palate and tickle it.  later you don’t need to tickle it at all.

1207 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     a true swara yogi rides higher in the plane of yoga and meditation..  the secrets swara yoga was not penned down in 5000 bc as it could be misused and it could harm the body and mind if not done the right way under a swara yoga guru.. there were no bounds to the magical powers that can be attained by great hindu ascetics and yogis who went past the fourth  stage ,  teaching the suppression of all activity of mind, body, and will in order that the self may realize its distinction from them and attain liberation.  he would not know if a king cobra is dancing on his head or snow is falling around him..

1208 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     a yogi who has abandons normal living,  and goes into solitude on the Himalayas , does a different type of meditation. the change, from “here” to “there,”  is not an uneventful process at all.  there come dry periods, deviations, violent alterations, and temptations.   if there are raptures and azure heavens, there are anaconda agonies and absolute abandonments, howling hot deserts and “dark cold nights of the soul” to go through.  streaming tears of joy, horripilation (bristling of the hair), stigmata (bodily marks or pains), and parapsychological phenomena have been known to develop.  kalari expert bodhi dharma who taught the chinese kungfu ,  cut off both his eye lids when he fell asleep during meditation..

1209 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  the first stage of meditation  achieves detachment from sensual desires and impure states of mind through analysis and reflection and thereby attains an emotional state of satisfaction and joy.  in the second stage, intellectual activities are abated to a complete inner serenity; the mind is in a state of “one-pointedness” or concentration, joy, and pleasantness.  in the third stage, every emotion, including joy, has disappeared, leaving the meditator indifferent to everything while remaining completely conscious.   the fourth stage is the abandoning of any sense of satisfaction, pain, or serenity because any inclination to a good or bad state of mind has disappeared. the meditator thus enters a state of supreme purity, indifference to everything, and pure consciousness.

1210 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   the ancient vedic rishi is the guy who can enter the 4th state at his own sweet will by touching two fingers ( mudra )--the state of supreme inner silence,  vast expansion , nil emotions and profound knowingness--  beyond the veil of maya .  he offered certain molecules to his brain receptor sites--  more satisfying than lsd or soma.  his dna remembers all the things that has ever happened to human beings.  maya is the illusion of boundaries--the creation of a mind that has lost its cosmic perspective. people caught in the web maya have lot of knowledge but little wisdom. they can see everything, but will miss the most important .

1211 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    prayer is not meditation. the former is a petition to  god, and the other is a detached observation of one's own mind, and its processes.  in the modern world, meditation is used as a non-religious technique for relaxation and stress reduction for long-term psychological improvements. meditation is done to purify the mind and gain insight.  it abstracts the self from conscious thought, and frees the mind from feelings that cause stress and suffering.   it fosters creative intelligence, raise consciousness, and enables fuller use to be made of mental potential.

1212 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    the spiritual aims are peace of mind, wisdom, and, ultimately, a state of enlightenment or self-realization.  it is a  form of natural healing, and helps people cope with  anxiety, depression, and drug dependence.  the attention is focused on monitoring the breath, and noting thoughts crossing the mind, without any judgement or attempt at control, but as a silent and detached witness.  if the mind throws up distractions, the meditator returns to simply observing the breath each time the distraction happens.  a relaxed and unhurried attitude is important, since slowing down and observing the mind to see how it works is central to the philosophy behind meditation.

1213 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --      using the mantra technique, the meditator concentrates on a mantra  to banish intrusive thoughts and thus achieve progressively quieter levels of thinking until thought itself is transcended. the subtle vitalizing frequencies of mantras activate psychic energies and awaken our intuitive faculties.  sonic frequencies interact with our cellular vibration levels and assist in maintaining a healthy resonant frequency in our bodies. mantras still the activity of thought and helps you find a deeper level of consciousness. you will believe in mantras only if you see a video of the mind boggling perfect geometric patterns,  sand will form on a tonoscope ( cymatics )

1214 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --      meditation brings peace and allows us to raise our vibrational level.  digestion grounds us. hence eat only after  the meditation session.  eating engages the body’s digestive system , thus returning the body’s vibrational level back to normal.  during meditation thinking is separated from perceiving, so that the individual can stand apart from the emotional self.  the reason why people remain mired in negativity is because of the beliefs they have inherited over time. beliefs are subconscious.

1215 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   we act in the way we do because we are not aware of our beliefs and the feelings that these beliefs generate.   that is why it is important to observe yourself and look within. we can do it. that is why we are different from animals.  we can use our  conscious mind to observe ,to introspect and dip into the  subconscious where our beliefs are embedded , in order to eliminate it.  you can meditate to rewrite these negative programmes  that cause you misery.

1216)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    to be a mystic or a seer is not the same thing as being a spectator on the fence.  mysticism provides an escape from a life of uninspired existence. it magnifies man and gives him a hope and destiny to fulfill.  in the modern era the road to holiness necessarily passes through the world of action.   a mystic who is not of supreme service to the society -- aint no mystic at all,  says capt ajit vadakayil

1216)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  yoga is 100% enmeshed with hinduism.  christian and muslim religious leaders have claimed that the practice of yoga violates the core tenets of christianity and islam owing to its unmistakably hindu content.   if so lay fuck off  – end of story...  it is impossible to divorce yoga  from hindu spirituality if you have to  extract the benefits.  

1217)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   hinduism is all about spirituality .  rest are all religions. judaism, christianity and islam organised violence first.  indian societies knew no violence despite having more than 3000 languages and hundreds of gods. India was invaded by Muslims in 1192 AD and by Christians in 1498 AD --  and peaceful Hindus became slaves, till 1947..   the deep state and their media whores today try to coin the word “hindu terror” or “hindu rapist “.. it wont work..

1218)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   modern lateral thinking taught in management schools is lifted from the ancient yogic method of pratipaksha bhavanam .  there is no knee jerk reaction like an idiot - only willful choice of a sage .  every action is pro-active and grounded in the moment  . this is the message of bhagawad gita.

1219)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   a yogi is trained to recognize negative thoughts, feelings and habits , and refocus energy onto positive thoughts, emotions and  activities . a yogi keeps away from self pity for it will interfere with mature positive action. he can make peace with his past by conscious contemplation so that he does not mar his present . 

1220)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   a yogi does not jump into conclusions . nobody can make him jump into the bandwagon. he does not bow to precedent.  he will not get pre-occupied with stuff over which he has zilch control.  he does proactive change by seeking out reasons for change rather than waiting for them to arise. he can deal with change as a matter of heart as well as the head. 

1221)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   change demands energy. hours of worry will drain your energy. the path through change is rarely smooth or predictable. the first need is to recognise the need for change and let go of old ways.  a yogi  can build inner  awareness of the need and impact of change.  he drops his ego.  he admits to himself if he has made mistakes in the past. his new way is not to be judged as better/ worse or right/ wrong. they are simply new and need to be learned practiced and judged on their merits.

1222)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --      yoga has given him a sense of autonomy and self direction. he forges the hinges of destiny on his own terms. he rarely seeks the comfort zone. he seeks new balance and direction.  he can  establish new attitudes and beliefs . the yogi uses his free choice and does not sweat the small stuff.  he will not short sell himself . he knows how to let go at the right time.

1223)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --      happiness is a victory lap of positive forces over negative forces in your life.  a yogi can weed out negative thought.  freedom from want is his greatest liberator. the gambler who waits for one more throw of the dice or a drunkard who  begs for one last tot for the road ,  is not exactly liberated.   a yogi is free from worry, compulsive thinking , negativity and pathetic clinging .

1224)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --      a yogi can put himself in another person’s shoes to view from another perspective-laterally.  he does not engage in tunnel vision . his is not stuck in microscope mode— he can pull back his lens at will and go to telescope mode.  of course he is not a dim-wit. he can use pain for feedback.  he uses  pain as a message from the universal forces. he can follow his  emotions but he know when to control them.  he knows that an easy and calm mind can only be attained when emotions are allowed a safe expression. 

1225)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   a yogi  can separate his  pride from the situation in hand.  he does not take things personally and get hajaar hypersensitive.. he does not swell on nasty remarks . he is able to ignore run down battery torches who endlessly challenges the sun.   he has the innate ability to move on after grieving.  he does not get mired in self pity . he is not the crying type.  he sees possibilities in every problem.

1226)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  -- a yogi is not a naunsak tattu.   he can enjoy even a uncomfortable moment and then give a moonh todh full blooded shot. the gita teaches us to give full blooded shots.  the yogi has grace under pressure. he does not expect too much .he does not concentrate on what he does not have. he can count his blessings.  he does not break his own word to himself consistently.

1227)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  -- a yogi  is not addicted to emotional drama, hysteria and cynicism. . he does not seek happiness at the expense of anothers deep unhappiness – even if it were his enemy..  the yogi can take another lateral view, and reframe his perspective on the situation. he is flexible . pratipaksha bhavanam is a method that helps us catch these destructive and distracting thoughts, and redirect our minds back toward the yogic path. this is done by actively cultivating thoughts of the opposite nature when a destructive thought arises. 

1228)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  the human brain has 2 lobes—left and right. the left side is used by all and sundry in short the bhartical--nay- vertical thinkers– the right lobe by yogis who are capable of lateral thinking.  lateral thinking recognises that the approach to a problem is never as important as its solution. it cares two hoots for logical thinking . the tool of insight is a creative gift called yogic lateral thinking. the good part is that lateral thinking can be learnt—you need not be born with it.

1229)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  vertical thinking using the left lobe of the brain is all about being right and logical at every sequential step—it blocks all illogical pathways. lateral thinking is more concerned with the wealth of thoughts .  a lateral thinker is never satisfied with the adequate beaten track. he does not drill his tunnel though logical steps to his goal—rather he will leap frog—opening new pathways. his last few steps is the one which will make his venture a success.

1230)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  our chutney marys and pickle johns of our main stream media and bhartic-- nay- vertical thinkers . they think in tunnel mode. their minds can never ever soar like a condor.  pratipaksha bhavana opens doors .by creating the opposite thought and reflecting on the possible consequences of our thoughts, words, and deeds… we are instantly given more options for thinking, feeling, and behaving.

1231)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     the much touted and admired eq of this century is about being right at every step. they can never understand the concept of a back swing.  the misunderstood and much maligned iq + hq with its tinge of madness is all about being right only at the end.   sometimes the genius will move to an untenable position to find a tenable solution. we used pratipaksha bhavana when sent our rocket to mars.  the rocket went the opposite way first.  the satellite went the reverse way and catapulted around another planet to achieve the escape velocity.

1232)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     ancient maharishis recognized the wisdom that the need to be right all the fu#kin’ time completely shuts out creativity and progress.  pratipaksha bhavana does not allow you to stare at the rear view mirror of life. you can at the most give a darting glance.  no self delusions , no distorted interpretations,  no selective perceptions.  no keeping one leg in the past and one in the future , to piss on the present.  slow down maaan , give it a second thought—introspect is the message.

1233)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     pratipaksha means opposite and bhavana means contemplation .   by cultivating an opposite or positive thought when we are in the throes of emotional turbulence, we pave the way for self-healing.   7000 year ago, patanjali  simply asked us to replace anger with compassion, violent thoughts with peaceful ones, hate with love, feelings of tension and stress with a sense of relaxation and contentment.

1234)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     pratipaksha bhavana assists us with spiritual transformation and self-realization. the emotions of love, peace, contentment and compassion are the natural state of our souls.  when we centre and align ourselves , we move to deeper levels of consciousness and grace.  with yogic deep diaphragmatic breathing , we take in the good and eject out the bad.  release any negative emotions or inner turbulence with every exhalation, as you continue contemplating the sacred joy and beauty of every inhalation. 

1235)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     as you practice the substitution process of pratipaksha bhavana, the negative will gradually dissipate and lose its force and momentum. the positive will begin to assert itself—it is just a matter of time and patience.   with sustained practice, as you go on developing the positive within yourself, the negative becomes sublimated and, to your surprise, soon vanishes.  when you attend old alumni meets , you can notice how little some people have changed. the bullies still remain bullies.  they subconsciously try to bully the same people whom they bullied 40 years ago.  they still have all the negative traits and characteristics that they had when they were teenagers.  the same fears, attachments, ego and assumptions continue; they are only veiled.

1236)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     the practice of pratipaksha bhavana can help one to activate the ida nadi parasympathetic nervous system (relaxation response) promoting homeostasis and healing.  the parasympathetic system of nerves is concerned with nourishing, healing and regeneration of the body.  the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems are antagonistic.  the sympathetic nervous system ( pingala nadi ) may be roughly likened to the gas pedal of a car.  the parasympathetic is more like the brake. 

1237)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --         pratipaksha bhavana helps you to slow down. the sympathetic system, however, always takes precedence, because it is concerned with one’s survival.  to promote balance and healing, the goal is to keep the sympathetic system turned off as much as possible.  this allows the maximum healing to occur.  simple ways to do this are to rest, relax and think happy thoughts.  as soon as you think fearful or angry thoughts, or become too physically active, the body shifts into a sympathetic stance.  

1238)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --            pratipaksha bhavana is a simple and direct way of keeping our minds calm and our hearts open - meditation achieves this. instead of indulging in the misery of our thoughts we can change the channel and connect to something positive.   if the negative thought is a withdrawal from our innate peace of mind, then the positive response is an instant deposit.  pratipaksha bhavana adequately deals with the negative triggers as they emerge. this can deal effectively with pedophile psychopathic tendencies of homosexuality..    when presented with disquieting thoughts or feelings, cultivate an opposite, elevated grateful attitude.  this is pratipaksha bhavana.

1239)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --       due to stress at work people get back pain and sciatica pain.. a yogi will never ever suffer from this..   Yoga nourishes the intervertebral discs and the menisci discs of the knee..  only yoga can move the synovial fluids around and nourish it.  synovial fluid is the slippery liquid in joint systems that along with hyaline cartilage, allows smooth, painless movement of the bones. synovial fluid is found in joints like the knees, hips, and elbows where more free movement of the bones is allowed.

1240)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  the few joints that do not have synovial fluid are the discs between your vertebrae in your back and both sacroiliac joints in the back of your pelvis. consequently, movement of these joints is more limited than the others. synovial fluid is also essential for delivering nutrients and oxygen to the hyaline cartilage which don’t have any sort of blood supply.  the various poses in yoga allow this fluid to flow to different part of your body and with regular practice can increase the smooth flow of synovial fluid to your joints and make you move around more smoothly.

1241)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   the isometric poses of yoga train the smaller muscles surrounding our joints to endure more pressure and make us work them harder in order to stabilize ourselves ..  our joints are built to support us as we carry extra loads now and then but excess fat  to the point of obesity has been proven to cause earlier and more serious joint problems in individuals throughout their lives. yoga along with a healthy diet can help you shed excess weight that is putting more pressure on your joints and inhibiting your movements.

1242)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   no other form of exercise can isolate and concentrate on the muscles surrounding joints like yoga can while promoting healthy flow of blood and synovial fluid throughout the body. even if joint problems are already getting the better of you there are still many poses that can be done on the floor that allow you to increase fluidity and loosen up the joints.

1243)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   yoga improves balance for stroke survivors.   one fall and the aged hip bone breaks , due to useless modern foods.  studies have proved that yoga practice of as little as twice a week had improved balance as well as less fear of falling.  

1244)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    yoga has no barriers. it does not matter how old or young you are. it does not matter of you are a supreme endurance athlete or a fat couch potato.   the body uses its own weight.  the idea is to explore your limits,  not strive for some pretzel-like perfection.   “no pain, no gain" is not the yoga way.   if it hurts, stop !.  every ancient yoga teacher was a kalari expert and a ayurvedic physician too—who knew the 108 marmas..

1244)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   patanjali in the yoga sutras is only referred to as a compiler, not as an inventor of the yoga teachings. he himself states, “thus is the teaching of yoga” (yoga sutras i.1) .  patanjali lived 7000 years ago and not 2200 years ago as written by the white invader.

1245)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    patanjali's yoga sutra, is composed of a total of 195 sutras or aphorisms ( wisdom packed words ) .

these sutras are structured around four padas or chapters:--
samadhi pada,..
sadhana pada,..
vibhuti pada and..
kaivalya pada…

the yoga sutras are not a philosophy but a step by step method to become aware of one own being.  each sutra is compact and needs a great deal explanation as it's nature and depth of psychological content.

1246)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     patanjalis yoga is concerned with liberation through meditation.  the first chapter is "samadhi pada" a state of evenness where one is total and centered in one self without distractions. in this chapter the yoga, the modifications of the mind, "samadhi" and the concept of "isvarah" god are explained.  the second chapter "sadhana pada"  is the practice of a yogi.  the chapter starts with a the base conditions to start yoga " tapah svahdyaya ishvarpranidhanani kriyayogah" austerity, selfstudy and surrender of the ego is yoga of action.  patanjalis definition of yoga of action is kriya yoga.   the third chapter, "vibhuti pada" is concerned with yogic powers.   the fourth chapter " kaivalya pada" is the last in the yoga sutras . the difference between the mind, consciousness and witnessing and the soul are explained.

1247)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  patanjali yoga is even known as raja yoga, the yoga of understanding and transcending the mind, consciousness is raja or the king.  "ashtanga yoga" eight limbs of yoga is the heart of patanjalis yoga system.  there are five major afflictions of the mind of which "avidya" ignorance of ones own being is the root cause of all afflictions.  these are explained in the second chapter "samadhi pada".

ashtanga yoga
yama (personal discipline)
niyama (social discipline)
asana (discipline of body posture)
pranayama ( rhythmic breathing exercises)
pratyahara (inward withdrawal of the senses)
dharana (concentration)
dhyana (meditation)
samadhi (total awareness and evenness"sama" of ones true self without conflicts)

1248)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  yoga is the path to kaivalya ..  the yogi, who has attained kaivalya, as an entity who has gained independence from all bondages and achieved the absolute true consciousness or ritambhara prajna .  kaivalya is freedom from the mind and modifications of the mind..

1249)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    kaivalya ( liberation) comes when the gunas (qualities), devoid of motive, become latent.   or the power of consciousness gets established in its own nature.   when the soul realises that it is absolutely independent and it does not depend on anything else in this world, this highest knowledge, kaivalya  comes in.     the soul feels that it is ever free, unchanging, immortal, beginningless, endless, infinite, beyond time, space and causation, full of bliss, peace and knowledge.  by attaining kaivalya, the yogi attains everything and nothing more remains.

1250)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    


1.02 yogashchittavrittinirodhah..
yoga restrains the mind-stuff (chitta) from taking various forms (vrttis).

yoga is the art and science of mental discipline , to make the mind cultured and mature. chitta is the subtlest form of cosmic intelligence ( mahat ) . the organs (indriyas), together with the mind (manas), the determinative faculty (buddhi) and egoism (ahamkara), form the group called the antahkarana (the internal instrument). they are but various processes in the mind-stuff, called chitta (consciousness) .  the waves of thought in the chitta ( mindstuff )  are called vrtti ( the whirlpool).. it is the greatest manifestation of power to be calm. it is easy to be active.  activity is the  manifestation of the lower strength, calmness of the superior strength. to restrain it, and to check this outward tendency is the first step in yoga, because only in this way can the chitta get into its proper course.  the sadhaka’s aim is to bring consciousness to a state of purity and transclusence. antakharana ( conscience ) unifies ahamkara ( ego ) and antaratma ( soul ) by a common thread. yoga stops mind chatter ( fluctuating thought ). stillness is dharana ( concentration ) and silence is dhyana ( meditation ) .. restraining the fluctuations of the mind is the goal ( samadhi ). yoga is both the means and the end.

1251)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    
1.03 tada drashtuh svaroope avasthanam   .
Then the seer dwells in his own true unmodified splendour.
As soon as the waves have stopped, and the lake has become quiet, we see the ground below the lake. So with the mind; when it is calm, we see what our own nature is. When the waves of consciousness are stilled , they can longer distort the true expressions of the soul. Revealed in his own nature , the radiant seer abides in his own grandeur. In this state wisdom dawns clear. The vision of the soul radiates without any activity on the part of chitta . Once realized , the soul abides in its own seat.

1252)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   
1.04 - vritti saroopyam itaratra

At other times the seer is identified with the fluctuating thoughtstreams .

When someone blames you , you go into a state of sorrow.  This is a modification, Vrtti, and you identify yourself with it - the result is misery.  No one should be able to make you feel guilty without your own consent.   No human cries ( sheds tears ) unless out of selfishness – the person identifies himself with the sorrow. When the soul does not radiate its own glory it is a sign that the thinking faculty has manifested itself in place of the soul. Chitta becomes murky and causes changes in behavior and mood as it identifies itself with objects seen.  We are aware of the internal facet of chitta only when it speaks with the voice of conscience. Yoga aims at restraining the senses of ensnarement , cleansing the fogged lens of chitta , until it transmits only the light of the soul.

1253)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
 1.05- vrittayah pangchatayyah klishta aklishtah
The thought-streams are five-fold,  cognizable or non-cognizable , painful or not painful.

Pain may be hidden in the non-painful state and vice versa. When consciousness take the lead the seeds of change is not in the seer. Cognizable pains are annihilated by yoga.  Incognizable pains are prevented from rising to the state of cognition by freedom from vasanas ( desires ), non attachment ( vairagya ) and of course by yogic sadhana.  

1254)     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
1.06-  pramannaviparyayavikalpanidrasmritayah
They are caused by correct knowledge , illusion , delusion, sleep and memory

Consciousness has five qualitative types of intelligence.- mudha ( stupid ), ksipta ( distracted ), viksipta ( agitated ), ekagra ( focused ) and niruddha ( restrained ). Hence fluctuations are also classified in five categories. Wrong perception (viparyaya ) are gathered by the senses of perception and they influence the mind—like the six blind men and the elephant . Fancyful knowledge ( vikalpya )causes the mind to live in an imaginary state . Memory helps one recollect the right experiences at right time for right understanding. Consciousness is empty in sleep . In sleep we experience a quiet state of mind (manolaya ).   Correct knowledge is direct knowledge from the core of the being. It is intuitive , hence pure and beyond the field of intellect.  Direct knowledge leads man to a state of consciousness called amanaskatva (liberation ).

1255     is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
1.07-  pratyakshanumanagamah pramanani
Direct perception, inference, and competent evidence, are proofs.

Correct knowledge is based on three kinds of evidence - direct perception, correct inference or deduction, and testimony from authoritative sacred SRUTI scriptures or men of great ethos SMRITI.   The real guru is the pure intellect within. The purified and aspiring mind is the disciple. The quality of intelligence is inherent but inactive, so one's primary step must be to awaken it. The practice of asana brings intelligence to the surface of the cellular body through stretching and to the physiological body by holding the pose . Once aroused, intelligence can unwrap its vibrant aspect, its ability to tell apart.   When discrimination has been cultivated and intelligence is full and dazzling, ego retreats  .  But spiritual intelligence, which stands for true wisdom, gets through only when discrimination ends.. We are all of us struggling towards knowledge, but you and I have to struggle hard, and come to knowledge through a long tedious process of reasoning, but the Yogi, the pure one, has gone beyond all this.  Any new discovery of truth does not contradict the past truth, but fits into it.   No one who patents and sells his spiritual knowledge ( like Sudarshan Kriya of conman Sri Sri Ravishankar ) is an Apta.  An apta ( realized yogi ) is  pure, and that he has no selfish motive; that he has no thirst for gain or fame.  Yo Vai Bhuma Tat Sukham; Na Alpe Sukham Asti-  Chandogya Upanishad 7.23.1 5000 BC (The Infinite is the satisfying happiness. In the finite no happiness). 

1256 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
1.08-  viparyayo mithyajnanam atadroopapratishtham
Illusory or flawed knowledge is based on non-fact or the non-real.
Illusory knowledge is based on the misrepresentation of reality. Incorrect understanding and mistaken conceptions contaminates the consciousness. This blocks the sadhaka in his efforts to go through the seer, and may give rise to a dual or split personality.

1257 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
1.09-  shabdajnaananupati vastushoonyo vikalpah
Verbal knowledge devoid of substance or reality is fancy or imagination.

There is another class of Vrttis called Vikalpa.  A word is uttered, and we do not wait to consider its meaning; we jump to a faalthu conclusion immediately. It is the sign of weakness of the Chitta.   The weaker the man the less he has of restraint. .Vikalpa, a vague and uncertain knowledge have no substantial basis, and which does not correspond to reality.  If vikalpa is brought down to the level of factual knowledge by examination, trial, error, and discrimination, it can arouse a craving for correct or true knowledge, and delusion can be transformed into vision and discovery..

1258 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
1.10- abhavapratyayalambana vrittirnidra

Deep sleep is the modification of the mind which has for its substratum nothingness.

The next class of Vrttis is called sleep and dream. When you meditate your brain goes from Beta 25 Hz to Alpha 12 Hz and then to Theta 7 Hz.  Delta is the slowest of all 5 brain frequencies- others being , alpha, beta, theta and gamma . Your brain goes into the delta range of 1 to 3 Hz range during deep non REM dreamless sleep. You also go to this range when you are knocked unconscious in a boxing bout, or if you are given anesthesia in the hospital. Masters of meditation and the ancient Indian rishis could go into this range easily ( Samadhi ) and still be conscious and aware . During this delta range the brain is at the lowest frequency but at the highest amplitude.  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 lesser ancient Vedic rishis took Soma , a potent drug stronger than LSD ( iridium nano colloids which breached the blood brain  barrier ) to go into the delta range for terrific intuition .  Maharishis with 12 strand DNA and a king sized pineal gland did NOT need soma. They could tap into " universal knowledge " of akasha ( the mind beyond our own or the collective unconscious )

1259 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
1.11- -anubhootavishayasanpramoshah smritih

Memory is not allowing mental impressions to escape.
Memory is a modification of consciousness allowing one to recapitulate past experiences. Memory is the collection of the modulations and impressions of accurate knowledge, perverse knowledge, illusory knowledge and sleep. As perception changes, memory too may vary, but when correctly used, it enables one to recall experiences in their true, unspoiled state. This ability is the groundwork of the practice of discrimination.  The five properties of consciousness can be equated with the five fluctuations of consciousness - dullness with nidra, negligence with viparyaya, agitation with vikalpa, one-pointed ness with smrti and self-discipline or control with pramana.   Dream is a form of ripple which in the waking state is called memory.

1260 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
1.12 - -abhyasavairagyabhyan tannirodhah

Practice and detachment are the means to still the movements of consciousness.   

When a large number of samskaras (  impressions ) are left on the mind they coalesce, and become a habit.  Everything that we are, is the result of habit.   Our soul has impressions of the past life too, which present itself as phobias .  Character is repeated habits, and repeated habits alone can reform character. Mental strength must be garnered, to achieve detachment and freedom from desires. Abhyasa expresses the sense of mechanical repetition, while anusthana connotes devotion, dedication and a spiritual  attitude. Repeated effort made with an in-depth understanding of the art and philosophy of yoga and with perfect communion of body, mind and soul is not a mechanical practice, but a  spiritual one.  Practice is the path of evolution - detachment and renunciation the path of involution. Practice is demanded in all the eight limbs of yoga. Evolutionary practice is the forward march towards discovery of the Self, necessitating yama, niyama, asana and pranayama. 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. This is abhyasa. The casting away of ideas and actions which obstruct progress in sadhana is named vairagya.. Vairagya is a practice through which the sadhaka learns to be liberated from desires and passions and to encourage non-attachment to things, which holds back his pursuit of union with the soul.

1261 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
1.13 - -tatra sthitau yatno abhyasah

Practice is the unfaltering effort to still these fluctuations.

In order to free the mind from fluctuations and vacillations and to reach a state of stability, the sadhaka is advised to intensely practise all the yogic principles, from yama to dhyana. These encompass every discipline - moral, ethical, physical, mental, intellectual and spiritual. Being in the zone is a state of mind—where you are free of thinking and negative emotions. Such people are beyond the boundaries of human ego, and feel that they are part of something larger, where the laws of the physical world cease to exist, transcending the condition of being human. All trust their instincts and intuition to do the right thing at the right time, without reasoning or analysing. The game comes to you and not you going to the game. Arjun saw only the eye of the fish, at Draupadi swayamvar —at that time the activity in the neocortex ceases and there is no thinking. The cerebellum takes over at that point. When the frontal lobe is activated you have focus, clarity, decisiveness, concentration, pro activeness and individuality.

1262 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
1.14 - -sa tu dirghakalanairantaryasatkarasevito dridha-bhoomih

Long, uninterrupted, alert practice is the firm establishment for restraining the fluctuations.

Restraint does not come in one day, but by long continued practice. Insightful wisdom is acquired through unfaltering, dedicated, attentive practice, and non-attachment through applied restraint.  Use your  own discrimination, so that humility replaces pride and spiritual wisdom dawns. Knowing how to be in the flow, gives athletes the winning edge. Sports psychology is all about knowing how to trigger this state. You know what has to be done, and you are doing it. You are engaged by the challenge , but NOT overwhelmed. You find a good match between the demands of the situation and your own innate ability.

1263 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

1.15 - - drishtanushravikavishayavitrishnnasy vashikara samjna vairagyam

Desirelessness towards the seen and the unseen gives the consciousness of mastery.

The elimination of attachment eradicates the unnecessary wanderings of the mind. The things that used to afford you delight before give you displeasure now. That is a sign of Vairagya. As soon as Vairagya arises in the mind, it opens the gate of Divine Wisdom. No true and lasting satisfaction comes from the enjoyment of worldly pleasures.  Vairagya does not mean abandoning social duties and responsibilities of life. It does not mean detachment from the world. It does not mean a life in  solitary caves. That man who has perfect mental detachment while remaining in the world is a hero indeed.  A dispassionate man   stands adamantine as a peak amid a turbulent storm, as a spectator of this wonderful world show. He is not a bit affected by these pleasant and painful experiences. He learns several valuable lessons from them. He has,  no attraction for pleasant objects and repulsion for painful ones. He stands convinced that pain is the best teacher in the world. If you develop keen Vairagya, if you subdue your senses, and shun all enjoyments and pleasures of this worthless world, mixed as they are with pain, sin, fear, craving, miseries, disease, old age and death then nothing can really tempt you in this world. You will have eternal peace, and infinite joy. You have no use for lust. Abhyasa means practice, or a concerted and persistent effort to change an old habit or develop a new one.  The term vairāgya appears three times in the Bhagavad Gita (6.35, 13.8, 18.52) where it is recommended as a key means for bringing control to the restless mind.

1264 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
1.16--tatparan purushakhyatergunnavaitrishnyam

The ultimate renunciation is when one transcends the qualities of nature and perceives the soul.

The whole of nature consists of three qualities; one is called Tamas, another Rajas and the third Sattva. These three qualities ( gunas )  manifest themselves in the physical world as attraction / creation, repulsion / destruction , and control/ mediation ( done by Brahma/ Vishnu/ Shiva ) . Everything that is in nature, all these manifestations, are combinations and recombinations of these three forces. This is the bedrock of Dvaita Vedanta—dance of opposites controlled by a mediator ( preserver ) . If through abhyasa one can activate and purify one's energy, through vairagya one can disinvolve oneself from involvement in even the subtlest manifestations of the phenomenal world.  When that mental desire has faded away, years later, the body cells may spontaneously rekindle attachment. This sutra relates to the ultimate freedom achieved through paravairagya - here phenomenal nature ceases to exist, as the gunas are transcended, drawn back into their noumenal root. By transcending the gunas, one unlocks that which binds one to nature. When this is achieved in all the involvements, the soul is fully perceived. The consciousness has now, by the power of wisdom, gained everything that had to be acquired, and tossed away everything that had to be discarded. The sadhaka is liberated from all bondage and kaivalya is accomplished. 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 citta.  Prasahkhyana, means 'highest knowledge', purusakhyati, means 'perception of the soul'.

1265)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

1.17—vitarkavicharanandasmitaroopanugamat Sanprajnatah

Cognitive meditation is accompanied by reasoning, discrimination, bliss and the sense of 'I am.'

Four types of awareness develop through practice and detachment.  Absorption of the consciousness, achieved through engrossment in conjecture, inference and analytical study; synthesis, consideration and discrimination; bliss ; and a state of pure being, make up samprajnata Samadhi.  Vitarka is root cause analysis . Swadhyaya or contemplation by the self of the self helps shed ego.   Samadhi is super conscious state - an eighth limb of Asthanga Yoga system of epistemology as the final destination.    In Raja Yoga, nirvikalpa samadhi is a synonym for Asamprajnata Samadhi, the highest stage of samadhi.   Nirvikalpa samādhi, absorption without self-consciousness, is a mergence of the mental activity (cittavṛtti) in the Self, to such a degree, or in such a way, that the distinction (vikalpa) of knower, act of knowing, and object known becomes dissolved — as waves vanish in water, and as foam vanishes into the sea.    Without seeds or Samskaras -all the seeds or impressions are burnt by the fire of knowledge--all the Samskaras and Vasanas which bring on rebirths are totally freed up. All Vrittis or mental modifications that arise from the mind-lake come under restraint. The five afflictions, viz., Avidya (ignorance), Asmita (egoism), Raga-dvesha (love and hatred) and Abhinivesha (clinging to life) are destroyed and the bonds of Karma are annihilated . . When you are in nirvikalpa samadhi, you see the universe as a tiny dot inside your vast heart.  In nirvikalpa samadhi there is infinite bliss.  Nirvikalpa Samadhi is the culmination of all practices that are Spiritual and is the perfect flowering of a Human Being .   

1266)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
1.18-- viramapratyayabhyasapoorvah sanskarashesho anyah

There is another meditation which is attained by the practice of alert mental suspension until only subtle impressions remain.

Patanjali suggests another state of Samadhi experienced with the termination of all functions of the brain, leaving behind only the residual merits, or samskaras, of good practices. In this state one is liberated from passions, wants and appetites. The word used for this state is 'virama pratyaya'.  In it, the sadhaka rests in a highly evolved state .. The moment one loses the feeling of 'I', one is in this state of virama pratyaya.. It is a state of suspended animation in the consciousness.  Patanjali refers to this state as a different type of samadhi (anyah). It is not deliberate but natural. In deliberate or samprajnata samadhi, the intelligence dissolves, but the sense of self stays on. The samskaras of good practices remain and all other fluctuations terminate. This state becomes a plateau, from which the aspirer may climb further up the spiritual ladder. As it is only a passing state, one must take care that stagnation does not set in - it should not be taken as the ultimate. . Virama pratyaya is a perilous state. It may bind the sadhaka forever, or it may uplift him. Patanjali advises in that those who have reached virama pratyaya should not stop there, but should escalate their efforts with faith and courage, memory and contemplative awareness. This is the perfect superconscious Asamprajnata Samadhi, the state which gives us freedom. . Its method is to hold the mind as the object, and whenever through comes, to strike it down, allowing no thought to come into the mind, thus making it an entire vacuum. When we can really do this, in that moment we shall attain liberation. . When this state, Asamprajnata, super-consciousness, is reached, the Samadhi becomes seedless  .Asamprajnata Samadhi brings Kaivalya (liberation )- the mind is  perfectly steady.  All Samskaras are fried up. There is perfect awareness. .  There is Prajna or pure consciousness.  This is the state like ocean without waves. .  In Samprajnata Samadhi there is only a partial inhibition of mental functions. Asamprajnata Samadhi destroys the impressions of all antecedent mental functions, and even goes so far as to tide over even Prarabdha. A Yogi has no Prarabdha at all. The mind having no object to grasp, becomes as it were, non-existent. .

1267)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
1.19— bhavapratyayo videhaprakritilayanam

In this state, one may experience bodilessness, or become merged in unitive consciousness

In this samadhi, which is balanced between labija and nirbija samadhi, the sadhaka is liberated from all fluctuations, but subliminal impressions, samskaras, bounce to life the moment he comes out of that state.  Some evolved entities become absorbed in the elements of nature. Caught in the mesh of bodiless feeling, or unifying in nature, they forget to climb to the topmost rung of the spiritual ladder, and fail to reach nirbija samadhi. The sadhaka, having reached a state of isolation but not emancipation, must come out of it if he does not wish to lose the path of kaivalya. One whose soul moves without a body is a videhin.. Levitation is NOT about the human body floating up, but an out of body flight experience. This experience is the conquering of the principles or tattvas of nature - prakrtijaya. When an individual soul establishes permanent and constant union with Supreme Being, we say that he is enjoying the Turiya consciousness. Here the seeker reaches the absolute height of evolution. The soul now has the highest frequency of brahmAn, the mother field.  Sleep is a natural condition of consciousness; samadhi is a super-conscious state. In deep sleep one is dead to world but Samadhi one has added dimension of being awakened to Brahman while being metaphorically dead to world. If deep sleep is undifferentiated darkness then Samadhi is undifferentiated illumination. In sleep, everything is inert, tamasic; in samadhi everything is luminous, untainted by the gunas.

1268)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
1.20—shraddhaviryasmritisamadhiprajnapoorvaka itaresham

For others, clarity is preceded by shraddha (faith), energy, memory and discrimination of the real..

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.  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.   If trust is instinctive, faith is intuitional.

1269)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—.. 

1.27 - - Tasya vacakah pranavah

He is represented by the sacred syllable aum, called pranava.

BrahmAn is represented in OM.   OM is a sanctified King mantra- called pranava, which signifies eulogising the divine and accomplishment of divinity. The sign of OM is the sign of Hinduism.   OM is the first and foremost of all mantras.  Mantra is the sound body of consciousness.  OM is considered as the sound of Cosmic Energy and contains all the sounds in itself.  As per the Vedas OM is the sound of light.  . . OM surcharges the innermost being of man with vibrations of the highest reality. The human ear can discern only a very narrow band between 20 Hz to 20000 Hz. The rest in inaudible. This is why NO cosmic sound can be heard by the human ear. These cosmic sounds were heard by rishis in their spiritual trances which broadened their sense spectrums. However our brain can register the vibrations. .  The earth vibrates at 7.83 Hz and so does OM.   The primordal vibrations of atoms and molecules is thus represented by OM .Chanting OM produces a sonorous vibration like the buzz of a mighty transformer. The vibrations produce scalar waves which calms the mind. The MMMM humming boosts the production of magic molecule Nitric oxide in the body. Chanting OM stimulated your Vagus nerve which releases anti-ageing neuro-trasnsmitters.. It helps regenerate your organs and cells by activating stem cells.  This was known to Indians and documented 7000 years ago. Every mantra starts and ends with OM. OM opens up quantum tunneling, where the wormholes do NOT have a restriction of speed of light. Chanting OM raises your vibration to a higher consciousness, and it clears the channel for intuition. Resonances of earth, ie, 7.83, 14, 20, 26, 33, 39 and 45 Hertz of earth. 7.83 hz being the strongest of all, OM or Schumann frequency.

1270)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
1.28 - - tajjapastadarthabhavanam

The mantra aum is to be repeated constantly, with feeling, realising its full significance.

Constant, venerating repetition of the pranava aum, with reflection on its meaning and the feeling it arouses, helps the seer to reach the highest state in yoga.  Sri Yantra is the pictoral representation of OM. ,  ."OM is this imperishable Word.   OM is the universe, and this is the exposition OM.  The past, present and the future, all that was, all that is, all that will be is OM.  Likewise all else that may exist  beyond the bounds of time, that, too, is OM."  ( Verse 1- Mandulya Upanishad 5000 BC ). .. Shabda Brahman ( sound ) is a great morphogenetic organizing force without which no matter can be formed.  When a Shiva’s damaru is vibrated, it produces dissimilar sounds which are fused together by resonance to create one sound.  Modern science calls this BINAURAL beats. The sound thus produced symbolizes Nada, the cosmic sound of AUM of 7.83 hertz  which can be heard during deep meditation.   According to Hindu scriptures, Nada is the source of creation. .  7.83 Hz  is Schumann’s resonance frequency or earth’s heart beat or frequency of Hindu king mantra OM frequency - a sound which cannot be heard by the ears( unless it is a harmonic ) but can be heard by the heart. OM is the primordial throb of the universe.  It is the sound form of Atma (Consciousness). - Maitri Upanishad 5000 BC. OM surcharges the innermost being of man with vibrations of the highest reality. The earth vibrates at 7.83 Hz and so does OM. The primordal vibrations of atoms and molecules is thus represented by OM.   Since life began, the Earth has been surrounding and protecting all living things with a natural frequency pulsation of 7.83 HZ—the ancient Indian 12 starnd maharishis called OM.   .. The frequency of the living Earth, the “Schumann Resonance” of 7.83 HZ is the lowest common denominator of psychic activity repeatedly observed by EEG and EKG observations. I am the syllable OM...I am the sacred monosyllable...Among words, I am the monosyllable Om—Bhagawat Gita –Lord Krishna 4000 BC. ".. OM is the first mantra and is the sound body of consciousness.  OM contains all the sounds in itself. . .The Taithiriya Upanishad says that "with OM, Brahma begins creation."   It means the whole creation comes out of sound.  Unheard cosmic sounds, the symphony of Shabda-Brahman, was heard by the 12 stranded Vedic Maharishis in their spiritual trances and is enshrined in the Upanishads as the syllable.  OM is the quintessence, the seed-syllable of the universe.  Mantra is the sound-body of consciousness.   Our 7000 year old Vedas say that matter is created from vibrations. If every sound on this cosmos and planet earth were simultaneously recorded, there would be only one single sound OM. .  OM is the quintessence, the seed-syllable (bija mantra) of the universe, the universal force of the all-embracing consciousness.

1271)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
1.30—vyadhistyanasanshayapramadalasyaviratibhrantidar shanalabdhabhoomikatvanavasthitatvani chittavikshepastentarayah

Disease, inertia, doubt, lack of enthusiasm, laziness, sensuality, mind-wandering, missing the point.  falling away from the state when obtained  - these distractions of the mind are the obstacles… 

This sutra delineates the nine obstacles or deterrents, which hinders progress and deflects the aspirer's consciousness.  Unhealthy persons cannot be Yogis.  Mental laziness makes us lose all lively interest in the subject, without which there will neither be the will nor the energy to practice.  Doubts will arise in the mind about the truth of the science, however strong one’s intellectual conviction may be, until certain peculiar psychic experiences come, as hearing, or seeing, at a distance, etc.  These glimpses strengthen the mind and make the student persevere. About falling away when attained.  Within weeks of practising the mind will be calm and easily concentrated, and you will find yourself progressing fast.  All of a sudden the progress will stop one day, and you will find yourself, as it were, stranded. Persevere. All progress proceeds by rise and fall.

1272)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

1.31— duhkhadaurmanasyanggamejayatvashvasaprashvaa  vikshepasahabhuvah
Sorrow, despair, unsteadiness of the body and irregular breathing further distracts the citta.

There are four more causes of distraction - sorrow, despair or evil disposition, tremble of the body and irregular or laboured breathing (  hyperventilation taught by fake gurus like sri sri ravishankar ).  These cause further distractions which excites the mind and consciousness. These hindrances are of three kinds - self-inflicted (adhyatmika), imbalances of elements in the body (adhibhautika) and problems arising from fate, e.g. genetic defects (adhidaivika). They need to be fought and curbed through yogic disciplines. Concentration will bring perfect repose to mind and body every time it is practised. When the practice has been misdirected, or not enough controlled, these disturbances come. Repetition of OM and shraddha ( not bhakti )  to god will strengthen the mind, and bring fresh energy. The nervous shakings will come to almost everyone. Do not mind them at all, but keep on practising. Practice will cure them, and make the seat firm.

1273)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

1.32— tatpratishedhartham ekatattvabhyasah
Adherence to single-minded effort prevents these impediments

To remove the thirteen obstructions and thwart their reappearance, several specific methods have been distinguished.  Meditation helps to minimise the mental agitations of such people. But in order to conquer all the obstacles to Self-Realisation, all the eight stages of yoga must be followed. In brief the eight limbs, or steps to yoga, are as follows: Yama :  Universal morality, Niyama :  Personal observances, Asanas :  Body postures, Pranayama :  Breathing exercises, and control of prana, Pratyahara :  Control of the senses, Dharana :  Concentration and cultivating inner perceptual awareness, Dhyana :  Shraddha, Meditation on the Divine, Samadhi :  Union with the Divine. These eight steps of yoga indicate a logical pathway that leads to the attainment of physical, ethical, emotional, and psycho-spiritual health. Yoga does not seek to change the individual; rather, it allows the natural state of total health and integration in each of us to become a reality.

1274)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

1.33— maitreekarunamuditopekshanan sukhaduhkhapunyapunyavishayanan bhavanatashchittaprasadanam

By cultivating friendliness towards happiness and compassion towards misery, gladness towards virtue and indifference towards vice, the mind becomes pure.

Citta viksepa is a current of distressed thoughts running like a river. In citta prasadana, graceful diffusion, the turbulent flow is dammed up and consciousness imbues serenely like a lake.  If the citta is caught in the mesh of the senses,  the sadhaka fails to cultivate friendliness, compassion, delight and equanimity, sorrow and unhappiness develops within his heart. This sutra asks one to be rejoiced with the happiness, to be empathetic to the sorrowful, friendly to the virtuous, and unsympathetic to those who continue to live in vice, despite all endeavours to change them. This mental adjustment ramps up social as well as individual health. In addition to cultivating these qualities, one should follow the social virtues of yama  for the well-being of society as a whole. Five yamas of yoga are Ahimsa (non-harming or non-violence in thought, word and deed), Satya (truthfulness) , Asteya (non-stealing) , Brahmacharya ( 'right use of energy –this has nothing to do with withholding semen like what conmen Gandhi/ Vivekananda taught ),  Aparigraha (non-greed or non-hoarding)..    This approach to life keeps the mind of the sadhaka tranquil and pure. These attitudes of the mind towards the different subjects that come before it will make the mind peaceful. .

1275)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—. 

1.34— prachchhardanavidharanabhyan va prannasya 
Optionally, mental equanimity may be gained by the even expulsion and retention of energy. 

 Prana is not exactly breath.  It is the name for the energy that is in the universe.  A Yogi tries his level best to make the Prana run in the Sushumna.. . A person who practices this Yoga of swara is called a Swara Yogi and he can control the Prana through Pingala and mind through Ida. The solar and lunar forces that work at a macrocosmic level are reflected at a microcosmic level in man as his Pingala nadi and Ida nadi. This principle of equivalence of the microcosm and macrocosm is a very important principle in yoga ..Ida is the channel of the mental energy force and pingala is the channel for the vital energy force, sushumna on the other hand is the channel for spiritual energy force. Sushumna is a neutral energy and when it is active, the breath flows through both nostrils simultaneously. Then the flow of both ida and pingala are harmonised, and this occurrence is known to influence the activities of the higher dormant brain centres.  In the physical body, these three nadis correspond to the parasympathetic (ida), sympathetic (pingala) and autonomic (sushumna) nervous systems. However, throughout the life of most people, sushumna remains dormant. Until sushumna is awakened through the practices of tantra, yoga or other spiritual practices, an individual is entirely under the control of chitta  ..Swara breathing is a process, which can be manipulated and controlled whenever you want to. It helps us to understand how to maximize our potential, control moods, heal ailments and be attuned to the cosmic rhythm…The predominant nostril changes every 90 minutes.  If either swara predominates for too long it is a sign of warning that one of the branches of the autonomic nervous system is being over stressed and only one of the brain hemispheres is being fully utilized. The co-ordination of three Naddis ( Ida/ Pingala / Sushumna ) gives health, strength, mental peace and long life - and clear the way for the spiritual growth. Once this understanding takes place, the breathing pattern can be altered at will to make the life harmonious and balanced..When Ida is flowing, the breath will be more in the left nostril. It indicates that the mental energy is dominant. The mind is passive, cool, introverted and any kind of mental work can be undertaken. It is like nectar and gives strength and nourishment to the soul and the body. When Pingala is flowing, the breath will be more in the right nostril. It indicates that the vital energy is dominant. The mind is active, extroverted, and any kind of physical work can be undertaken. It is responsible for the growth of the body. When Ida and Pingala Naddis flow together then the main channel the Third Swara or Shoonya Swara is stimulated.. Sushumna unites both Ida and Pingala at the eyebrow centre in the region of medulla oblongata.   When both nostrils flow together, both hemispheres operate in unison. The physical organs and mental organs function simultaneously and  it indicates that the mind is blissful, calm, pure, balanced and the spiritual energy is in power and time is good for concentration, meditation, and worship..In subtle body terms the Sushumna Nadi is the path to enlightenment.  This cant happen unless the Karmic baggage is light and the soul frequency is high. We have rogue messiah gurus – liars— men without character— rock star gurus  who dance and run down wooden ramps into the crowd  -- who milk Sanatana Dharma saying that they have raised Kundalini— MY LEFT BALL !..The vitality of the breath is the Prana. By this process of breathing we can control all the various motions in the body, and the various nerve currents that are running through the body. Pranayama— where you exhale twice as long as inhale— it is more about dumping old experiences rather than mere oxygenation of blood and producing Nitric oxide by MMMMMM. Breathe in the new , breathe out the old. Pranayama—inhale and exhale with awareness— long exhales with the sound of mmmm. Humming boosts level of nitric oxide—this in turn ups the oxygen intake by 98%, the biggest secret . Ordinary breath is a mere 4%. It is amazing Nitric oxide was discovered by Indian yogis 11000 years ago.  For re-inventing this a Nobel prize was given 2 decades ago. Nitric oxide is necessary for- 1. Destruction of viruses, parasitic organisms, and malignant cells in the airways and lungs by inactivating their respiratory chain enzymes. 2. Regulation of binding - release of O2 to hemoglobin. 3. Vasodilation of arteries and arterioles (regulation of blood flow or perfusion of tissues). 4. Inhibitory effects of inflammation in blood vessels. 5. Hormonal effects. Nitric oxide influences secretion of hormones from several glands (adrenaline, pancreatic enzymes, and gonadotropin-releasing hormone) 6. Neurotransmission. Memory, sleeping, learning, feeling pain, and many other processes are possible only with NO present (for transmission of neuronal signals). Obviously, during mouth breathing it is not possible to utilize one's own nitric oxide which is produced in the sinuses.  When there is lack of oxygen in your blood , you living to a small percentage of your potential. The power of breathing lies in its relationship with your energy source. The mind is intimately connected to your breathing. Deep breathing triggers the lymph, your body’s sewage system which will give your cells more efficiency. It keeps the blood fully oxygenated. Breathe in the ration 1/4/2. The physical aspect of lack of oxygen in the body is not as important as the mental and spiritual aspect. Stress, fear and anxiety causes muscles to contract and blood vessels to constrict. When blood cannot be transported freely through the body to provide oxygen, and antibodies and to carry away and dispose toxic wastes, illness sets in. 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. All that vibrates in this universe is the cosmic personality and prime mover Prana, potent in all living beings and non-living beings --- heat, light, gravity, magnetism, vigor , power , vitality, life, spirit. When a man is contented and happy , he has more Prana inside him. Anxiety vanishes entirely when you are one with the rest of the universe. 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. Fluctuations of mind are controlled and hence Pranayama prepares you for meditation.

1276)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

1.35— vishayavati va pravrittirutpanna manasah sthitinibandhini
Or activity of the higher senses causes mental steadiness.

One may equally attain an exhilarated state of consciousness by becoming entirely engulfed, with dedication and shraddha , in an object of interest.  The deity in a temple is just a tool. There is no bhakti to god in Sanatana Dharma like other religions.. The practice of contemplating upon an object is the basis of mental stability. Total absorption in the object brings about direct perception of its essence. This sutra demonstrates how to develop awareness and sensitivity in intelligence.  If a man whose mind is disturbed wants to take up Dharana  practices of Yoga, yet doubts the truth of them, he will have his doubts set at rest, when, after a little practice, these things come to him.  Dharaṇa may be translated as "holding steady", "concentration" or "single focus". The prior limb Pratyahara involves withdrawing the senses from external phenomena. Dharaṇa builds further upon this by refining it further to ekagrata or ekagra chitta, that is single-pointed concentration and focus, which is in this context cognate with Samatha.  Dharaṇa is the initial step of deep concentrative meditation, where the object being focused upon is held in the mind without consciousness wavering from it. As the seer becomes more advanced, dwelling in the subsequent stage of Dhyana, consciousness of the act of meditation disappears, and only the consciousness of being/existing and the object of concentration register (in the mind). In the final stage of Samadhi, the ego-mind also dissolves, and the seer becomes one with the object. Generally, the object of concentration is God, or the Self, which is seen as an expression of God. Having controlled the Prana through Pranayama and the Indriyas through Pratyahara, you should try to fix the mind on something. In both Buddhism and Jainism , the statue of Buddha and Mahavira is not to pray to them as a god ( as Jew Rothschild wanted ) but as a tool to fix your mind..   In Dharana you will have only one Vritti or wave in the mind-lake. The mind assumes the form of only one object. All other operations of the mind are suspended or stopped. Dharana can be done only if you are free from the distractions of mind. Concentration without purity is of no use. There are some occultists who have concentration. But they do not have good character. This is the reason why they do not make any progress in the spiritual path. Some of them commit suicide.. Ethical perfection is of paramount importance. The mind can be fixed easily on any pleasing object- the reason why we have a choice of ishta devata in Sanatana Dharma.

1277)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—.

1.37- - vitaragavishayan va chittam
Or the mind taking as an object of concentration those sages who are freed of compulsion.

If the sadhaka ponders on the serene, pure state of such divine souls (sages ) and follows their practices, he earns confidence, achieves firmness and develops a desireless state of mind. Similarly, one can also contemplate each stage of an asana or each movement of breath in order to bring the citta to a state of desirelessness. If consciousness is kept free from desire, it becomes chaste. Mere withdrawal from the world does not in itself achieve this aim. The body of the sage / realized man  or Jivan Mukt  like Adi Shankaracharya continues to exist until his karmas and prarabdhas ( greater responsibility ) has worked itself out,  and then his mortal coil falls away on his own free will , and he attains Moksha.   A Jivanmukt saint who has burnt his  EGO is not cremated in Hinduism. He is buried in a sitting meditative pose above the ground in a dolmen . You cannot be deemed a Jivanmukta unless you have the noble qualities for it. Such people have sterling virtues like conscience, lack of ego,  gratitude , lack of desires- selfishness- greed- jealousy- anger- and fear, unlimited compassion,  respect for universal laws,  raised consciousness and humility.  His soul is at the highest frequency, same as brahman the mother field… . “He who is the same in honour and disgrace and the same to friends and foes, who has given up all undertakings, he is said to having gone beyond all modes.”  (Bhagavat Gita 14, 22-25.). …A Jivanmukta has reached the imperishable Turiya state.  It means  “consciousness minus thinking” . It represents supreme consciousness free from material influence . . In Turiya there is the absolute awareness. It is the experience of ultimate reality and truth.  In Turiya, the self does not think, feel, or do, but rather observes thought, emotion, and action capable of truly understanding the totality of the universe. Turiya has no limits and no endpoint. It is infinitely transcendent, which means its potential is forever expanding.  You are now a unique individual and you are a vital part of a larger universal life force that transcends everything on earth.. Reality and truth become more clearly defined, allowing you to perceive that which lies above, below, and beyond the human experience. This utterly quiet, peaceful and blissful state is the ultimate aim of all spiritual activity ..  . You experience detachment and joy . A saint is a very ordinary guy.. A sage is the extraordinary being ..  A Jivanmukta is a sage who is liberated from bondage even while living with a body.  . He has delight in the Self, he sports in the Self, he has company with the Self, he has bliss in the Self.  He is autonomous. He has unlimited freedom. The Jivanmukta does not feel the necessity for abiding by what brings pleasure to the physical body. The palm of the hand is his bowl, the earth is his bed, the sky is his clothing.  He has reached the climax of perfection and the whole universe is a part of his body. The forces of the universe are his friends, not his enemies . The sage does not care for public criticism or praise. .He had no need to run down wooden ramps behaving like a rock star nay cunt —like conmen Sri Sri Ranishankar and Sadguru Jagii Vasudev—rogues who milk Sanatana Dharma.

1278)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

1.39- - yathabhimatadhyanad va

Or, by meditating on any desired object conducive to steadiness of consciousness.

The purpose of meditation in modern times is to destress, to stop the destructive mind chatter, for some time in a day,--  to STILL the mind.  The brain must not be allowed to pump in destructive F&F ( fight & flight ) chemicals into your body, which will shorten your life. The reason why people remain mired in negativity is because of the beliefs they have inherited over time. Beliefs are subconscious . We can use our conscious mind to observe ,to introspect and dip into the subconscious where our beliefs are embedded , in order to eliminate it. You can do swadhyaya and meditate, to rewrite these negative programmes that cause you misery. During meditation thinking is separated from perceiving, so that the individual can stand apart from the emotional self. Indians use meditation to purify the mind and gain insight. There is self observation and introspection or swadhyaya  ( which animals cannot do ). This does not mean any wicked subject, but anything good that you like, any place that you like best, any scenery that you like best, any idea that you like best, anything that will concentrate the mind and put you in a frma eof gratitude . The ultimate method is to choose an object beneficial to meditation, not one which is externally pleasing, but auspicious and spiritually enriching. By practising this simple method of one-pointed attention, the sadhaka gradually develops the act of contemplation.. Patanjali advises followers to trace the seed of that core, the living spirit that interpenetrates everything from the most infinitesimal particle to the infinitely greatest. This is the most difficult subject to meditate upon.

1279)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
1.40- - paramanu paramamahattvantosya vashikarah

The mastery of one in Union extends from the finest atomic particle to the greatest infinity.

The level of consciousness in you depends on the amount of energy it is capable of storing. By projecting your intention and changing your brain vibration > 40 Hz Gamma through altering the state of your consciousness , you can develop psychic powers. When you use psychic power you tap into the level of the universe, where individuality does not exist. At this level each of us is a part of a universal and cosmic consciousness where we are connected as though held together by invisible threads. This interconnectedness means that everything we do or think affects everything and everyone else. All atoms in the entire universe are capable of mind reading and communicating with other atoms. There is a consciousness in every molecule of matter. Most people never raise their consciousness much above that of the animal and the spark of divinity within them remains dormant the whole of their lives. Animals express consciousness through instinct. Self awareness or reflective thought is the difference between animals and humans. Our consciousness is expressed energetically through coherence and interactions of electromagnetic fields. Consciousness is a form of electromagnetic energy which with focused thought and intent can achieve extraordinary things.  The sadhaka is not only liberated from all disturbances of the mind; he has also mastered his passions. His consciousness reaches a height of transparency in which it develops the power of interpenetrating objects from the minutest atoms to the impressive cosmos. This sutra describes how the ordinary mind is metamorphosed into a super-mind, is able to imbue the limitless regions of space, and the deepest regions within. The mind, by this practice, easily contemplates the most minute thing, as well as the biggest thing.

1280)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
1.41— ksheennavritterabhijatasyev manergrahitrigrahannagrahyeshu tatsthatadangjanatasamapattih

When the agitations of the mind are under control, the mind becomes like a transparent crystal and has the power of becoming whatever form is presented- knower, act of knowing, or what is known.

Whenever a yogi meditates he can keep out all other thought; he becomes identified with that on which he mediates; when he meditates he is like a piece of crystal; before flowers the crystal becomes almost identified with flowers. If the flower is red, the crystal looks red, or if the  flower is blue , the crystal looks blue. With refinement, the consciousness becomes exceedingly sensitive, choiceless, untainted and chaste. The perceiver, the instrument of perception and the Perceived object, evidently reflected, are nothing but the seer. Like an object reflected immaculately on a clean mirror, the perceiver, the perceived and the instrument are reflected as one. This transparent reflecting quality of consciousness is termed samapatti, which means assumption of the original form of the seer. Patanjali's description of samapatti emphasises the subtle distinction between yoga, samadhi and samapatti. Yoga is the utilisation of the means to attain samadhi. Samadhi is profound meditation and total absorption. Samapatti is the equilibrised state of mind of the seer who, having attained samadhi, radiates his own pure state. Yoga and samadhi, in other words, can be looked upon as practices; samapatti stands for the state towards which they lead. When all the fluctuations of mind's sattvic, rajasic and tamasic nature reaches a culmination, mind quits to gather and convey information, and chitta is like the placid, clear water of a calm lake. It transforms itself to the level of the seer, and reflects its transparency without refraction. Like a transparent jewel, it becomes at once the knower, the instrument of knowing and the object known. Thus the sadhaka experiences the true state of the soul. Samapatti is enshrined in abhijatamani, which means faultless jewel. Chitta ( consciousness  ) is now a faultless jewel. By yogic discipline and contemplation, the sadhaka develops these intuitive qualities of transparency and honesty and realises the faultless quality of consciousness. Through it, he becomes the seer and emanates rays of wisdom through his words, thoughts and actions.

1281)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

1.42— tatra shabdarthajnanavikalpaih sankeerna savitarka samapattih

At this stage, called savitarka samapatti, the word, meaning and content are blended, and become special knowledge.

Sampathi is similar to Samadhi .  Samapatti stands for correct (samyag) acquisition (apatti) of Truth.   It is a form of alaukika-pratyakṣa (extraordinary perception) forming thus a legitimate part of the perceptual (pratyakṣa) instruments of adequate knowledge (pramaṇa).  In the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, samapatti is discussed as the universal form of the Yoga called samprajnata-samadhi, or savikalpa samadhi, followed by asamprajnatata-samadhi, or nirvikalpa samadhi.   It has as its prerequisite the annihilation of all (non-sattvic) modifications (vṛtti) of consciousness (citta). Savitarka meditation relates to concentration on a gross object while still accompanied with other activities of the mind. It involves the co-mingling of three things: the object itself, the word or name we give to the object, and knowledge related to the object. There are many different gross objects on which one might meditate at the Savitarka level. In the refined state of consciousness, words and their meanings are simultaneously and tunefully coalesced with understanding, so that consciousness becomes enwrapped in a new kind of knowledge. This is savitarka samapatti.   When you contemplate the whole universe as if it is in space and time, it is the lowest samadhi – savitarka. When you are struggling to obviate the interference of space and time and attack the universe as it is in itself, without any kind of association of space and time, that is nirvitarka samadhi, a higher state. Sound here means vibration; meaning, the nerve currents which conduct it; and knowledge, reaction. All the various meditations we have had so far, Patanjali calls Savitarka (meditations with reasoning). Later on he will give us higher and higher Dhyanas. In these that are called “with reasoning,” we keep the duality of subject and object, which results from the mixture of word, meaning, and knowledge. There is first the external vibration, the word; this, carried inward by the sense currents, is the meaning. After that there comes a reactionary wave in the Chitta ( consciousness ), which is knowledge, but the mixture of these three makeup what we call knowledge. In all the meditations up to this we get this mixture as object of meditation. The next Samadhi is higher.

1282)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

1.43— smritiparishuddhau svaroopashoonyevarthamatranirbhasa nirvitarka

In nirvitarka samapatti, the difference between memory and intellectual illumination is disclosed; memory is cleansed and consciousness shines without reflection.

Nirvitarka is concentration on a gross object in which there are no longer any extraneous gross level activities in the mind because of the memory having been purified.  Notice that with Savitarka, there was not only meditation on the object, but also there were the other thought streams in the mind, though these were not distracting due to vairagya (non-attachment). Here, in Nirvitarka, these thought patterns have subsided.  When memory is completely purged and purified, mind too is purified. Both discontinue to function as distinct entities; a no-mind state is experienced, and consciousness alone expresses itself, shining untarnished without reflection of external objects.  Memory is the recapitulation of past thoughts and experiences. It is the storehouse of past impressions. Its knowledge is reflected knowledge. The sadhaka should be aware that memory has incredible impact on intelligence. By tenacity in yoga practices and persistent self-discipline, new experiences come to light. These new experiences, liberated from the memories of the past, are fresh, direct and subjective; they wipe out what is remembered. Then memory ceases to function as a separate entity. It either unites with consciousness or takes a secondary position, giving prevalence to new experiences and bringing precision in intelligence. For an average person memory is a past mind. For the enlightened man, memory is a present mind. As memory is purged, intelligence becomes illuminative and moves closer to the seer, losing its identity. Awareness, with discrimination and memory, breaks down bad habits, which are reiterated actions based on incorrect perception, and replaces them with their opposite. In this process the brain must be ingenious, not mechanical. The mechanical brain questions only the external occurrences, bringing objective knowledge. The creative brain questions the inner and outer, bringing subjective and spiritual knowledge. When awareness is associated with intelligence, honesty comes into being; when brain and body proceed in harmony, integrity prevails. In all this lengthy process of tapas, memory supports the building-up process. When memory works perfectly, it becomes one with the intelligence. When the sound comes, the senses vibrate, and the wave rises in reaction; they follow so closely upon one another that there is no discerning one from the other; when this meditation has been practiced for a long time, memory, the receptacle of all impressions, becomes purified, and we are able clearly to distinguish them from one another. This is called “Nirvitarka,” concentration without reasoning.

1283)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
1.44— etayaiva savichara nirvichara cha sookshmavishaya vyakhyata

The contemplation of subtle aspects is similarly explained as deliberate (savicara samapatti) or non-deliberate (nirvicara samapatti).

Beyond both Savitarka and Nirvitarka is Savichara. With Savichara, the gross thoughts (Vitarkas) have subsided, but there are still subtle thought patterns, which are called Vichara. Savitarka Samapatti and Savichara Samapatti are similar processes, though one is on gross thoughts, while the other relates to subtle thoughts. Nirvichara is concentration in which there are no longer any extraneous gross or subtle activities in the mind. This purity of mind comes through the processes of meditation and non-attachment. In Nirvichara Samapatti, the engrossed mind completely takes on the coloring of the subtle object of meditation, much like a pure crystal will take on the coloring of whatever color it is near. With increasing mastery of Nirvichara, the eternal Self begins to shine for the aspirant.  Transformation of the consciousness by contemplation on subtle objects like the ego (ahamkara), intelligence (buddhi) or the equivalent of the elements (sound, touch, sight, taste and smell), or the qualities of luminosity, vibrancy and dormancy of nature, conditioned by space, time and causation, is savicara samapatti. Without these reflections it becomes nirvicara samapatti.  In nirvicara samapatti, the sadhaka experiences a state without verbal deliberation. All the subtle objects reflected in savicara are eliminated. He is free from memory, free from past experiences, devoid of all past impressions. This new state of contemplation is without cause and effect, place or time. The inexpressible states of pure bliss (ananda) and pure self (sasmita) rise to the surface and are experienced by the sadhaka.

1284)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

1.45— sookshmavishayatvan chalinggaparyavasanam

The subtlest level of nature (prakrti) is consciousness. When consciousness dissolves in nature, it loses all marks and becomes pure.

The gross objects are only the elements, and everything manufactured out of them. The fine objects begin with the Tanmatras or fine particles. The organs, the mind, egoism, the mind-stuff (the cause of all manifestion) the equilibrium state of Sattva, Rajas and Tamas materials—called Pradhana (chief), Prakrti (nature), or Avyakta (unmanifest), are all included within the category of fine objects. The Purusha (the  Soul) alone is excepted from this definition. By exploring the understated particles of nature, the consciousness attains its destination. It is a state of complete termination of the fluctuations of the mind. That is the subtle, infinitesimal intelligence (mahat) of nature (prakrti). Prakrti and pradhana original or natural form of anything, nature; alihga, un-manifested form . . .. .Prakrti Pradhana primary or original matter, the first evolved source of the material world, that which is placed or set before, chief or principal thing (these are all liable to change, while the soul (purusa) is changeless) .   The subtlest of the infinitesimal principles of nature is the cosmic intelligence (mahat), which in an individual is transformed as the 'I' in a forceful, minute form, called asmita or the small self. Though the Self does not change, the small self brings about changes in a human being due to the influence of nature's qualities. The body is made up of the particles oi prakrti - from its outermost sheath, the body, to its innermost core, the deep Self. When the individual self, the 'I' is quieted down by yogic practices, prakrti has reached its end and unites with the Self. This is subjective experience, or subjective knowledge.  The sadhaka attains purity in buddhi and ahamkara, the infinitesimal source or summit of nature, mula-prakrti. Here, the sadhaka has reached the juncture of Self-Realisation.

1285)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

1.46— ta eva sabijah samadhih

These constitute seeded contemplations.

The states of samadhi described in the previous sutras are dependent on a support or seed, and are termed sabija.   The savitarka, nirvitarka, savicara, nirvicara, sananda and sasmita satnadhis are known as sabija (seeded or with seed) satnadhis.   Beyond both Savitarka and Nirvitarka is Savichara. With Savichara, the gross thoughts (Vitarkas) have subsided, but there are still subtle thought patterns, which are called Vichara. Savitarka Samapatti and Savichara Samapatti are similar processes, though one is on gross thoughts, while the other relates to subtle thoughts. Nirvichara is concentration in which there are no longer any extraneous gross or subtle activities in the mind. This purity of mind comes through the processes of meditation and non-attachment. In Nirvichara Samapatti, the engrossed mind completely takes on the coloring of the subtle object of meditation, much like a pure crystal will take on the coloring of whatever color it is near. With increasing mastery of Nirvichara, the eternal Self begins to shine for the aspirant. All the states of samapatti described in 1.17-19 and 1.42-45 are seeded samadhis.  All these satnadhis are dependent on an object which includes the intelligence (buddhi) and the I principle (asmita). Their seed is the nucleus of the being, the only seedless seat in individuals. Asmita is a very fine level of individuality or ego, meaning the way thought impressions become colored by I-am-ness, so as to mistakenly think that this thought pattern or memory is related to me. Meditation on Asmita gradually reveals the individuality, standing alone, underneath all of the attractions, aversions, and fears. It is remarkable to note that the six samapattis mentioned so far belong to the functions of the brain. The source of analysis (savitarka) or absence of analysis (nirvitarka) is the frontal brain. For investigation and examination (savicara) or absence of them (nirvicara), the source is the back brain. The source of joy (ananda) is the base of the brain, and of individuality (asmita), the top of the brain.  Through the disciplines of yoga, the sadhaka transforms his attention from the gross to the subtle. When he reaches the summit of nature, the brain being a part of nature, he attains precision in controlling the modes of consciousness. He is able to stop all functions of the brain, deliberate and non-deliberate, at will. That is why it is termed samadhi with seed.  Whatever is dependent on nature for contemplation is seeded samapatti. The contemplation of the seer, who is the source of all seeds, is without support. Though both seer and nature are eternal, nature is changeable while the seer remains the same, irreversible, not dependent upon any support except his own self. That is why contemplation of the seer is seedless or supportless (mrbija) samadhi.  Similar to the petals of a lotus, which blossom forth as the sun rises, and closes as it sets, the petals of the brain retreat from the fringe to its source, its stem, or bud, and all its functions stop. This is commonly called asamprajnata samadhi. It is the threshold between sabija and nirbija samadhi. If the sadhaka remains on the threshold, he barely subdues the elements. If he falls back, he is caught in pleasures and pains. If he crosses over, he achieves freedom and beatitude. Patanjalis Yoga is concerned with liberation through meditation.   Samapatti in yoga,  is a state of equilibrium or stillness of the mind where the mind no longer colors the perception of objects.

1286)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

1.47— nirvicharavaisharadye adhyatmaprasadah

From proficiency in nirvicara samapatti comes transparency. Sattva or luminosity flows undisturbed, kindling the spiritual light of the self.

In the state of nirvichara where deliberate argumentation, analysis, etc. cease, the logical function of the mind comes to an end and there is no deduction or induction process any longer – there is only direct visualisation.  Here, the peace of the Self manifests itself.  Where does it manifest itself?  In the luminous condition attained through the meditation known as nirvichara. Prasadah is peace, serenity, tranquillity – complete self-absorption free from all distractions and rajasic agitation. The concentration “without reasoning” being purified, the Chitta becomes firmly fixed. When intelligence and consciousness, the substance of man, remains non-reflective, profound and unconditioned, the vehicles of the soul - the anatomical body, the organs of action, the senses of perception, the mind, intelligence and consciousness - are illuminated. Knowledge and understanding of the real state of the soul manifest in luminosity. Present is the reality. The past is finished, and the future doesn’t exist. When the Kundalini rises she elongates those thoughts and establishes in the center where there is complete thoughtless awareness. And spiritually you grow in that thoughtless awareness which  we call as Nirvichara Samadhi.

1287)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

1.49— shrutanumanaprajnabhyam anyavishayaa vishesharthatvat

The wisdom obtained in the higher states of consciousness is different from that obtained by inference and testimony as it refers to particulars.

Truth-bearing knowledge is first-hand, intuitive knowledge.  This wisdom is acquired by the means of insight. It is an exceptional, direct knowledge arising from the soul, not from the perception of the senses or from the ordinary understanding. Hence, it has an unusual property of its own. The knowledge that springs from one's inner self is intuitive knowledge. It is also known as 'listening to the inner voice'.  The sadhaka may be judged to be of a mature and cultured mind; his perceptions have an independent soundness requiring no verification from other sources. An ordinary man possesses free will in the sense that he experiences choice and must find his way by discrimination. The enlightened sadhaka, having left duality behind him, experiences only his own will, which surpasses the vacillations of choice.. We can read all the Vedas, and yet will not realise anything, but when we practise their teachings, then we attain to that state which realises what the Scriptures say, which penetrates where reason cannot go, and where the testimony of others cannot avail. This is what is meant by this aphorism, that realization is real religion, and all the rest is only preparation—hearing lectures, or reading books, or reasoning, is merely preparing the ground; it is not spirituality.    Intellectual assent, and intellectual dissent are not spirituality.. The truths of spirituality, as God and Soul, cannot be perceived by the external senses.. The whole scope of realisation, is beyond Newtonic sense perception. The Yogis say that man can go beyond his direct sense perception, and beyond his reason also. Man has in him the faculty, the power, of transcending his intellect even, and that power is in every being, every creature. By the practice of Yoga that power is aroused, and then man transcends the ordinary limits of reason, and directly perceives things which are beyond all reason. In Indian yoga, intuition is the single greatest tool .Intuition is soul guidance or the inner voice. Intuition helps you stay in the present, like what is advocated in the Bhagavat Gita. It has little to do with predicting the future. All the human senses are channels for intuition and every cell can be an antenna to receive information. Intuition is a gift of crisis--- It tells you the right thing to do when you don't have time to figure it all out. Intuits are able to see possibilities and alternatives that aren’t immediately apparent. Your inner knowing comes from first your instincts, second your intellect, and third from your intuition. Intuition is not pseudo-science . It is an essential psychological function like thinking, feeling and sensing. The divining power of intuition comes from our inner self. It arises from very rapid processing of bits of information that are stored in our subconscious. Intuition thinks in terms of metaphor, feelings, pictures, and the spatial whole and doesn't fit neatly into the cause-and-effect model. Your intuition will not force you to do things that are truly wrong for yourself or other people in contradiction with the laws of the universe. 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.  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. We function through partial information, and intuition gives us an overview, a whole sense of things. The divining power of intuition comes from our inner self-- very rapid processing of bits of information that are stored in our subconscious. We cannot command our gut feeling to use it at will. It just surfaces spontaneously when certain circumstances are present. Intuitive insights suddenly appear as ideas or feelings. Intuitive decisions are NOT guesswork . Intuition has an important role to play in decision making . Intuition is not limited to opinions but can encompass the ability to know valid solutions to problems. Intuition usually shows up in the areas where you have passion and talent. By logic that we prove, by intuition we discover. Intuition is a sudden and inexplicable knowing. It lies at the roots of spontaneity, humor, creativity, inspiration, and even genius. Intuition has its own unique language for communicating with you through touch, sight, taste, sound, and smell. As you pay attention to your senses, you’ll begin to understand the “vocabulary” of your intuition. Mental static and EGO can get in the way of tapping into intuition. Intuition bubbles up from within and can be overwhelmed by old mental or emotional "tapes" . Intuition gone wild becomes “jumping to conclusions”. By going too far out on a limb , you risk misinterpreting the situation and start harming others. Intuition should not be overused. 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 . Use it always, never ignore it. By listening to what our heart and soul tells us to do - and then doing it - we can take ourselves anywhere we have ever dreamed of going. Your consciousness only uses a tiny proportion of your brainpower and your intuition accesses the residual power and communicates to your consciousness the bank of wisdom and knowledge it has available. This is done subtly through thoughts, feelings, sensations, images, sounds or any combination of them. Just as animals have a natural survival instinct so humans are born with the natural ability to be intuitive; your human instinct. Intuitive insights motivate us to grow closer to the creative source, thereby igniting our own creative spark and expression, which is the essence of our true self. When you feel excited about something, that's a hint about what to pursue. Decisions are made in the mind—choices are made in the gut.  Choices come from your essence and attunement to your higher self.

1288)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
1.50— tajjah sanskaro nyasanskarapratibandhi

A new life begins with this truth-bearing light. Previous impressions are left behind and new ones are prevented.

When the power of the intellect springs from passionate insight, that insight neutralises all previous residues of action, movement and impression. Vritti (whirlpool, thought-wave) arises in the mind-ocean. It operates for sometime. Then it sinks below the threshold of normal consciousness. From the surface of the conscious mind wherein it was uppermost for some time, it sinks down deep into the region of the subconscious mind (Chitta). There, it continues to be a subliminal action and becomes a Samskara (impression). A conscious action-whether cognitive, affective or conative-assumes a potential and hidden (Sukshma and Avyakta) form just below the threshold of consciousness. This is termed a Samskara. The Samskaras (impressions) are embedded in the subconscious mind or Chitta. The past is preserved even to the minutest detail. Even a bit is never lost. When the fine Samskaras come up to the surface of the conscious mind back again as a big wave, when the past Vritti comes back to the surface of the conscious mind again by recollection, it is called memory or Smriti. No memory is possible without the help of Samskara. A Samskara of an experience is formed or developed in the Chitta at the very moment that the mind is experiencing something. 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. New samskaras may continue to come forth due to the vacillations of the mind, and this may obstruct real knowledge. These mental impressions must be supervened upon by the power of discrimination, and then all doubts fade away. When doubts are cleared, the sadhaka has to dispose off even this discriminative knowledge. The new illuminating wisdom is free from doubts and discriminations; it blazes forth, a shimmering beacon of knowledge. The only way of attaining to that super-consciousness is by concentration, and we have also seen that what hinder the mind from concentration are the past Samskaras, impressions.. Brain cannot distinguish between an image of experience and one of vivid imagination. Intentions  are positive signals which we give to our subconscious mind as something acceptable and true.  This is one of the secrets of breaking coconut with intention..The subconscious mind cannot tell the difference between a real experience and one that you vividly imagine. You can fool it or condition it. The subconscious mind does not think—it is only a store house of our experience. It has no sense of time. It cannot differentiate between positive and negative input. It cannot tell the difference between real and imagines experience. The conscious mind can be engaged 100% in talking or deep thinking while the subconscious keeps the car on the road. The conscious and subconscious minds are connected through a filter. So we cant read the contents of our subconscious mind.. The conscious mind has limited memory. The subconscious mind has unlimited memory. Subconscious mind never sleeps even in a coma. The Subconscious has a tendency to accept what it imagines as real.  . Thinking is not an action of the mind , but an action of our entire body. Tell your subconscious what you want repeatedly and it will produce it. You can call this visualization or intention.  The subconscious has a perfect memory. Every thing you have experienced using your 5 senses is part of the permanent memory of the subconscious mind, which never sleeps 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. Negative suggestions with growing children gets rooted in their subconscious mind and is reflected later in their behavior.  During hypnosis –our conscious mind goes into a trance and suggestions are given directly to the subconscious mind, which cannot argue but accepts the suggestion at its face value. We do self hypnosis unknowingly several times an a day while doing our day to day activities. This is how our body learns to relax otherwise we would die of stress at a very early age..  There are samskaras of past life on the soul which causes phobias in current life.  They can be dissolved by meditation . A child is born with his Samskaras. A child is born with his past experiences transmuted into mental and moral tendencies and powers. By experiences, pleasant and painful, man gathers materials and builds them into mental and moral faculties. The aim of a Sadhaka is to fry out or burn or obliterate all these Samskaras through Nirbija Samadhi. Sadhana consists in wiping out the Samskaras. Jnani is without Samskaras. They are fried out by Jnana. No doubt, the force of the Samskaras remains in the Antahkarana. But they are harmless. They will not bind the Jnani. 
Samskara is the Malayalam / Sanskrit word for an indelible impression, from a current or past life, stored in the subconscious mind which cannot be easily recalled to the conscious mind and generates a predetermined thought pattern, behavior or influence that can negatively affect one’s current life. 
By erasing the influence of the Samskara, a person can become free of its effect in order to lead a more conscious, productive, happy, and fulfilled life. Psychotherapy only approaches specific Samskaras from our current life, such as child hood issues. However, many Samskaras from a previous life or lives can still have an influence in and upon our current life. Samskaras which have left a very deep impression on our personality.  Samskara has nothing to do with our intellect or buddhi. We should not look at things only from the intellectual standpoint but from the aspect of the total personality. This is what meditation teaches.

1289)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

1.51— tasyapi nirodhe sarvanirodhannirbijah samadhih

When that new light of wisdom is also relinquished, seedless samadhi dawns.

The sadhaka must learn to hold back even this new impression of truth-bearing light.  When both old and new impressions are dissolved, a state of seedless enlightenment arises, in which all illusions and delusions cease. This is nirbija samadhi - the state of absolute identity with the seer. Even this distinctive knowledge of insight (1.50) has to be checked, curbed and moderated. Then, as  rivers cease to have their individual existence on uniting with the sea, all volitions and impressions of the unconscious, subconscious, conscious and super-conscious mind cease to exist. All these rivers of consciousness unify with the ocean of the seer. Nirbija samadhi is the conquering of the citta where the root mind is one with the seer. As all invading thoughts are brought to an end by practice and detachment, the soul is freed from the pinions of earthly vehicles - the body, senses, mind, intelligence and consciousness. The seer is in the amanaskatva state. When citta is dependent on an object, idea or symbol, the state is called sabija samadhi. In nirbija samadhi, citta dissolves and no deposit of impressions remain. All residual impressions, the thinking faculty and the feelings of 'T' are extinguished without trace and become universal. The soul alone manifests and rages without form, in immaculate clarity. You remember that our goal is to perceive the Soul iself. We cannot perceive the Soul because it has got mingled up with nature, with the mind, with the body. The most ignorant man thinks his body is the Soul. Samskaras cover the Soul. The real nature of the Soul is not perceived until all the waves have subsided; so, first, Patanjali teaches us the meaning of these waves; secondly, the best way to repress them; and thirdly, how to make one wave so strong as to suppress all other waves, fire eating fire as it were. Red Adiar put out large oil rig fires by using the same medium ( not water , it wont work ) --- he produced a second HUGE fire which he could control by remote, it just ate up the smaller oil rig fire-- and then he put it off by remote.   The truths of life are congruent till a laxman rekha--  after that the reverse happens-- When only one wave remains, it will be easy to suppress that also, and when that is gone, this Samadhi of concentration is called seedless; it leaves nothing, and the Soul is manifested just as It is, in Its own glory. Soul cannot be born, It cannot die, It is immortal, indestructible, the Ever-living Essence of intelligence. It is a part of the mother field of brahmAn.

1290)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
2.01---  tapahsvadhyayeshvarapranidhanani kriyayogah

The practice of yoga is the 'yoga of action', kriyayoga', comprising tapas, self-discipline, svadhyaya, self-study and Isvara pranidhana, shraddha to God.

Tapas is the blinding desire to burn away the impurities of body, senses and mind.  Svadhyaya refers to any activity wherein we quietly study ourselves and reflect upon our actions, thoughts, emotions, motivations, aspirations, desires and needs in pursuit of a deeper experience of our lives and our own selves. Swadhyaya is the practice of self-study and self-analysis.  ..  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 clears inner doubts. It  strengthens the flickering faith.. It helps concentration and meditation. Indians use meditation to purify the mind and gain insight.  There is self observation and introspection ( which animals cannot do ) . Isvara prani-dhana is surrendering of one's body, mind and soul to God through shraddha  for Him. The disciplines of cleansing man's three constituents - body, speech and mind constitute kriyayoga - the path to perfection. Human bodies are purified by self-discipline (tapas), words by Self-study (svadhyaya) and minds by shraddha and surrendering to Him (Isvara pranidhana). This sutra symbolises the three great paths - karma, jnana and shraddha. The path of action (karma-marga) is the discipline (tapas) of body, senses and mind. The path of knowledge (jnana-marga) is the study of the self (svadhyaya) from the skin to the core and back again. The path of love of God ( shraddha-marga) is surrendering (pranidhana) of everything to God. Sadhana pada distinguishes the source of all these paths. The first symbolises life, the second wisdom. The third, through the surrender of ego, brings the humbleness that leads to the effulgent, sorrowless light of Isvara, God.

1291)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

2.02-- samadhibhavanarthah kleshatanookaranarthashch

This discipline is practised for the purpose of acquiring fixity of mind on the Lord, free from all impurities and agitations, or on One's Own Reality, and for attenuating the afflictions.

Most of us make our minds like spoiled children, allowing them to do whatever they want. Therefore it is necessary that there should be constant practice of the previous mortifications, in order to gain control of the mind, and bring it into subjection. The obstructions to Yoga arise from lack of this control, and cause us pain. They can only be removed by denying the mind, and holding it in check, through these various means. Deep peace is the side effects of this experience of “no-thing” or “no-thought.”  It is the realization that you are more than your thoughts.  Something is there beyond your mind.  Negative thoughts  create negative feelings and hence stress and illness.  Our inner voice evaluates, judges, compares and worries.   Most people live with such a tormentor in their head draining them of energy. It is an awful burden not to be able to stop thinking.  Up to 90 % of most people’s thoughts are meaningless playbacks of old broken “records”. Silencing the body is easy, but silencing the mind is difficult in this modern age.  Silencing is about grace, harmony and tranquility. Exhaustion or being drugged out of your mind is NOT tranquility. In the modern age people get stressed, and they need to still the mind--the chattering monkey, which remains entangled in the past and the imagined future, but never in the present.  A person stops thinking either when he is dead or when he has realised.  When your ego powered mind is chattering like a monkey or the angry sea, you miss the truth.  Truth can be communicated only in silence. For this deep silence you need to have harmony between the mind, body and spirit via meditation.

1292)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
2.03-- avidyasmitaragadveshabhiniveshah kleshaah

The five afflictions (  kleshas ) which disturb the equilibrium of consciousness are - ignorance / lack of wisdom ( avidya ) ,  ego/ pride of the ego / the sense of 'I' ( asmita ) ,  attachment to pleasure ( raga ) , aversion to pain, fear of death ( dvesha )  / clinging to life ( abhinivesa ) .

Ignorance ( avidya ) is the field or source for the other four Klesas, viz., Asmita, Raga, Dvesha and Abhinivesa.   All these five disorders ruffle the mind like physical malady. Therefore they are great impediments to meditation. They raise Vrittis ( whirpools disturbing  consciousness )  and bring about fructification of Karmas by coming to depend upon one another for mutual support.  If ignorance is destroyed by getting knowledge of Purusha through Samadhi, the other four Klesas will die by themselves. The Karmas are supported by afflictions and the afflictions are supported by Karmas. This is mutual support. This is a Chakrika or cycle like the analogy of the seed and the tree (Bija-Vriksha Nyaya). These Klesas develop the Mahat Tattva, egoism and Tanmatras. These are the five ties that bind a man to the wheel of birth and death – the impediment to moksha. The most important knot is ignorance (Hridaya Granthi). This is the fundamental cause. The other four Klesas are the effects of ignorance.  Afflictions are of three levels - intellectual, emotional and intuitive. Avidya and asmita belong to the arena of intelligence; here lack of spiritual knowledge combined with pride or arrogance billows the ego, inducing arrogance and the loss of one's sense of balance. Raga and dvesa belong to emotions and feelings. Succumbing to exuberant desires and attachments or allowing oneself to be carried away by expressions of hatred, creates dissonance between body and mind, which may lead to psychosomatic disorders. Abhinivesa is intuitive - the desire to prolong one's life, and concern for one's own survival. Abhinivesa  makes one apprehensive in dealings with others, and causes one to become selfish and self-centred. The root causes of these five afflictions are the behavioural functions and thoughts of the various spheres of brain. Avidya and asmita are connected with the conscious frontal brain, and the top brain is considered the seat of the 'T' consciousness. Raga and dvesa are connected with the base of the brain, the hypothalamus. Abhinivesa is connected with the 'old' brain or back brain which is also known as the unconscious brain, because it retains past subliminal impressions, samskaras. The sadhaka must learn to locate the sources of afflictions, in order to be able to clip them in the bud through his yogic principles and disciplines. Discrimination remains shaky as long as false knowledge has not been completely removed.   Egoism is the root cause for Raga (attachment to pleasures ). Asmita happens when you identify with the parts of yourself that change—everything from your mind to your body, appearance, or job title—instead of with the quiet place within you that does not change.   Road rage has to do with reptilian instincts ,the amygdala is involved. The amygdala can mistakenly misfire messages of danger creating a chronic state of anxiety and panic. The amygdalae react to negative events in many ways, including activation of your sympathetic nervous system. The results cause you gut wrenching turmoil. Because the amygdala helped the ancient cave man survive, it remained as the brain grew and evolved. Today, it’s rare that we face an extreme emergency that requires the amygdale to spring into action, but it does so nevertheless.  It is the classic “fight or flight response.” A feeling of revenge and retribution , “to teach a lesson”  to a guy who has “cut you off “ is always involved in road rage .  Some delusional ones even feel that they have been chosen to “bell this bad cat”. Road-rage incidents stem from the stimulation of the reptilian mind -- a driver experiencing road rage feels threatened and responds aggressively to ensure his “survival”.   The reptilian brain is inflexible, compulsive, ritualistic and incapable of learning from previous screw-ups. Territoriality - like many animals, human beings react negatively when we feel our space is threatened by someone else. A mature man does not engage in self-destructive behavior. Maturity is the ability to bear an injustice without wanting to get even and act within the framework of dignity.   When you are consumed by rage you hyperventilate , there is an increase in your heart rate, BP and a rush of adrenaline, cortisol and other stress-induced hormones. Breathing deeply from your diaphragm is essential to calming and relaxing you. There is nothing mystical about the power that breathing has to prevent panic. As you control the rate of your breathing, it sends a subconscious message to the amygdala that there is no need to be stressed.  Just breathe deep and slow until you feel any butterflies start to settle down. Yoga has NOTHING to do with hyperventilation (  patented  SO HUM  ) taught by conman Sri Sri Ravishankar. There are many low IQ drivers on the road—remember this.  He is NOT busting your balls.  He is just trying to reach his destinations using his limited cerebral faculty. You do NOT get angry with stationary trees which have  popped up on your path, right? Rage is a complete blackout of the thoughts.  Rage only sees its own "rightness".  Rage does not care if it hurts others, in fact it aches to hurt somebody.  Rage feels justified in hurting others. Rage detracts from the quality of your life, driving away the people who love you and can help you. According to yoga philosophy, this unchanging part of you is known as the “seer”—the cit, drasta (drg), or purusa—that which experiences or “sees” the world through the lens of the mind. As Patanjali explains in the Yoga Sutra, the mind—which includes your thoughts, emotions, and even the sensory input you receive from your body—is the instrument of perception through which the seer engages with the world around you. Asmita, or false identification, is common to everyone because our external qualities inevitably influence how we see ourselves. The nature of the Soul is eternal bliss. What can make it sorrowful except ignorance, hallucination, delusion;  all this pain of the soul is simply delusion.  For destroying the following evil Vrittis, raise the opposite good Vrittis 

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2.04- - avidya kshetram uttareshan prasuptatanuvichchhinnodaranam

Lack of true knowledge is the source of all pains and sorrows - whether dormant, attenuated, interrupted or fully active.

Patanjali explains avidya as the fostering-ground of all affliction, whatever its nature. To fully dismantle avidya is the deep goal of yoga, and it demands a radical shift of consciousness. In the Bhagavad Gita it is noted that all sufferings and limitations imposed by the ego come from avidya; consequently man has to seek knowledge, with which hatred, injury and greed are incompatible. Avidya is not lack of information,  but a "more deep seated misperception of reality". Avidya means more than ignorance—it is lack of wisdom The term includes not only ignorance out of darkness, but also obscuration, misconceptions, mistaking illusion to be reality or impermanent to be permanent or suffering to be bliss or non-self to be self (delusions).    Avidya includes confusing the mundane reality to be the only reality, and it as a permanent though it is ever changing.   Avidya is a deep habit of consciousness, but it’s a habit that we can shift—with intention, practice, and a lot of help from the universe.  Avidya - spiritual ignorance, is the source of all the other obstacles - arrogance, desire , aversion etc.. These afflictions, whether dormant, weakened or alternating between hidden and fully active, are obstacles to self-enlightenment. Ignorance causes Vipareetha Bhavana (perverted understanding), and the man is rendered blind by passion and various sorts of Raga. He is under intoxication. Ignorance clouds understanding. An ignorant man is a dead man while living.   He is a living buried soul, despite his wealth, possession and university knowledge. To take a thing for what is not, is ignorance. It is not a privation of knowledge. It is a Bhava Vastu. It does not mean absence of knowledge. You mistake this perishable body of five elements and various impurities as the pure Self. You think that you are the body only and you have forgotten the real nature of Purusha. This is delusion. The effect of avidya is to suppress the real nature of things and present something else in its place. In effect it is not different from Maya  or illusion. Avidya relates to the individual Self (atman), while Maya is an adjunct of the cosmic Self (Brahman).    Adi Shankaracharya says in his Introduction to his commentary on the Brahma Sutras, "Owing to an absence of discrimination, there continues a natural human behaviour in the form of 'I am this' or 'This is mine'; this is avidya. It is a superimposition of the attributes of one thing on another. The ascertainment of the nature of the real entity by separating the superimposed thing from it is vidya (knowledge, illumination)". In  Adi Shankaracharya’s philosophy avidya cannot be categorized either as 'absolutely existent' or as 'absolutely non-existent'.  Avidya is a fundamental blindness about reality.  The core ignorance we call avidya isn’t a lack of information, but the inability to experience your deep connection to others, to the source of being, and to your true Self. Avidya in action is in the habit of thinking that you need someone’s approval to feel good about yourself.   Patanjali’s sutra on avidya is not just a description of the problem of ignorance. It’s also the key to the solution.  When you pull back and question the things you think are eternal and permanent, you begin to recognize the wondrous flux that is your life. When you ask, “What’s the real source of happiness?” you extend your focus beyond the external trigger to the feeling of happiness itself.  And when you seek to know the difference between the false self and the true one, that’s when the veil might come off altogether and show you that you’re not just who you take yourself to be, but something much brighter, much vaster, and much more free. Avidya is to mistake the impermanent for the eternal, the impure for the pure, sorrow for happiness, and the not-Self for the true Self.  Just as the mirror is rendered dim by a layer of dirt attaching to it, so also Knowledge is veiled by Avidya. Dismantling avidya is a multilayered process, which is why one breakthrough is usually not enough. Since different types of practice unpick different aspects of avidya, there are different types of yoga for each one— shraddha practice for the ignorance of the heart, selfless action for the tendency to attach to outcomes, meditation for a wandering mind. The good news is that any level you choose to work with is going to make a difference. On a day-to-day, moment-to-moment level, you burn off a few layers of avidya every time you turn your awareness inward and reflect on the subtle meaning of a feeling or a physical reaction. Avidya, in all its subtle forms, works within us constantly to root us in our habitual ways and make improvement difficult or impossible. The more we indulge Avidya, the stronger it becomes. Eventually, we feel that we are no longer the doer of these things; they simply happen to us. For most of us, Avidya will remain to some extent throughout our lives. However, the more we can live from the true spirit within, the Purusha, the more authentically we live our lives. We relate to others better, make better decisions, and the hold of ignorance upon our lives gradually diminishes. We become the best person we can possibly be and thereby benefit the world.  Avidya  is the antithesis of Vidya, or true knowledge.

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2.05— anityashuchiduhkhanatmasu  nityashuchisukhatmakhyatiravidya
Ignorance is taking the non-eternal for the eternal, the impure for the pure, evil for good and non-self as self.

Vidya is not mere intellectual knowledge, for the Vedas demand understanding. Its root is Vid which means - to reason upon, knower, finding, knowing, acquiring or understanding. In Hindu philosophy, Vidya refers to the knowledge of the soul or spiritual knowledge. It is NOT mundane “Capital of Iran is Teheran “ –type knowledge which an idiot like brown sahib Derek O Brien has perfected.. It is but ordinary that one will make mistakes. But when, through want of understanding, one fails to reappraise or reflect, error turns a habit. As the processes of thought and action have existed from the beginning of civilization, so has trial and error been used in the quest for knowledge. But when all doubts have been settled in the pursuit of sadhana, the discriminative power of intelligence comes to an end and pure wisdom alone resides, where perception and action are concurrent. Experimental and experiential knowledge correspond. Objective knowledge and subjective knowledge become one. This is pure vidya- the highest knowledge.. All of us think that “I am the body,” and not the Self, the pure, the effulgent, the ever blissful, and that is ignorance. We think ofman, and see man as body. This is the great delusion. The word, Vidya, in the Brahmana portions of the Yajurveda and in the Upanishads. In Hinduism, , leaving aside Vishnu avatars , gods  are cosmic forces , personifications of the deepest level of power and energy. The concept of Shakti, in its most abstract terms, relates to the energetic principle of Ultimate Reality, the dynamic aspect of the divine.. Sankara accepted perception, inference, scriptural testimony, comparison, presumption and non-apprehension as the six sources of knowledge and concluded that the knowledge which corresponds with the real nature of its object is valid. “The Atman is the reality in the empirical self as the ever present foundational subject-objectless universal consciousness which sustains the empirical self. All forms of contemplation have only one aim: to lead to the Supreme Knowledge and hence they are termed as vidyas; through vidya, which is amrta, one attains immortality” (Shvetashvatara Upanishad Verse V.1). In ancient India , we had gurukuls where students stayed with the Guru ( mentor ) .  The students were clay,  to be moulded by the Guru. The ancient Indian Guru as a mentor retains a magic control over the pupil even after he walks out of the ashram after his studies.  The usual modern teacher  treats the mind as a vessel to be filled up, while the Guru ignited the mind in peaceful environments , next to a water body or a waterfall supercharges with negative ions . If the environment is not OK , the dialogue between minds cannot happen.   The Guru does NOT bid the shishya to enter the glorious house of his own wisdom  -- rather he leads him gently into the threshold of his own mind.  The Guru is a prober and never an interrogator. He does NOT play the power game.  Nididhyasana happens in a gurukul--  the practice of atma-vichara, self-enquiry, self-investigation, self-scrutiny or self-attentiveness.  

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2.06— drigdarshanashaktyorekatmatevasmita

Egoism is the identification of the seer with the instrumental power of seeing.

One of the five Kleshas or hindrances in Yogic philosophy is Asmita, or egoism. Asmita is the “I” maker.  We need our ego to organize our mind and navigate through life, but to over identify with and cling to these labels ultimately brings suffering.   Asmita differs from our traditional conception of egoism in a few important ways.  When we think of ego, we generally think of conceit or holding a high opinion of oneself, but this is only a small part in the Yogic view.   Patanjali defines asmita ( egoism) as mistaking the transient aspects of ourselves – the physical, emotional, and mental – for the true self, which according to the Yogis is the unchanging, ever-peaceful observer behind those characteristics. Distinguishing the instruments of cognition - the senses of perception, intelligence and ego or the sense of the individual self - with the pure seer is egoism, or the conception of individuality. When we start to think of ourselves in terms of the incomplete view provided by limited aspects of our being, we begin a process of alienation from both ourselves and the world.  This alienation becomes more striking when we realize those partial elements are also transient. Though the body and the eternal Self are dissimilar entities, lack of knowledge makes one believe that they are one.. Though there is a dissimilarity between the seer (atma) and the seen, during the act of perceiving the seen (the mind itself) looks as if it is the pure seer. This appearance of merging or 'oneness' is because of asmita. One must be aware of the difference between the seer (atma) and the instrument that sees (buddhi). If they coalesce and work together, that experience is reality. But if the mind and senses - the seer's agents, take it upon themselves to identify with the true seer, as though the seer were manifest or apparent, then polarities are created and seer and seen become separated or split. Asmita is the identification of consciousness with the vehicle through which the power of cognition is being expressed. Asmita literally means I-am-ness or awareness of Self-existence. Thoughts, opinions, prejudices etc are much harder to deal with from the point of view of ‘asmita’. Ego is to consider the nature of the seer and the nature of the instrumental power of seeing to be the same thing. Asmita, is the misidentification of buddhi, the instrumental power of ‘darshana’, with the soul (purusha). Asmita, in this sense, is also known as ‘ego’ that is responsible for imagining the body and mind, which are mere instruments, to be the self.  Ego is at the root of all suffering.   Ego drags us into the past or the future as it doesn’t feel comfortable in the present moment. We can only feel peaceful and stress-free when we are in the present moment. The moment we step into the past or the future and try to dwell there, stress and unhappiness creeps in. Placing your ego on the back burner is the first step in realizing one's potential, having a happy family life and living in harmony with society. It is a wise thing to drop your ego once you get married. What ego calls love is actually possessiveness that can turn into hate within a second. Human love is limited because ego is contained in it.. Human ego demands personal recognition and wastes energy in resentment if it does not get enough. The underlying emotion for the ego is fear, the fear of being a nobody. There is always a sense of insecurity around the ego even if on the outside it appears confident , perfumed and powdered. Ego strengthens itself by diminishing others.. The chatter of the ego continuously disrupts the natural state of well being. Ego creates suffering without recognising it.   Ego causes bosses to recruit yes-men ( to give ego massage hour after hour ) instead of capable men.  Ego becomes the grit in the system that gets in the way of authentic meaningful communication.   Self-talk is the mouthpiece of ego—check out the tweets of a conman halwai doctor..  Ego makes a donkey think that he is THE champion race horse. Ego tries to enlarge and strengthen by forming gangs and posses. Here the ego has simply shifted from the personal to the collective. Every ego is a master of selective perception and distorted interpretation. Ego likes to judge and be right. You have a problem if you allow your ego to supersede your common sense. To the ego the present moment NOW , as required in Bhagawad Gita, hardly exists and is always concerned with keeping the past alive. Ego looks at the present with jaundiced eyes of the past.   Ego thrives on reactivity. The ego burns up considerable amounts of energy. The PARADOX is that suffering caused by the ego eventually destroys the ego. When ego disappears , bliss enters. Yuddhishtra could not enter Vaikunta, because unburnt seeds of ego were within him.

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2.07— sukhanushayi raagah

Attachment is that magnetic pattern which clusters in pleasure and pulls one towards such experience.

Raga is attachment /affinity for something, implying a desire for that.   This can be emotional (instinctual) or intellectual. It may range from simple liking or preference to intense desire and attraction.  Raga is the attraction towards any person or object. Affinity for booze or drugs is a raga. Attraction in this manner happens because the soul in bondage, having lost its inner source of bliss (ananda), gropes for happiness in the external world.   Any object that provides such an experience becomes dear to it. Raga is  that modification which follows remembrance of pleasure.  An experience of pleasure results in a latent impression which subsequently can lead to desire or craving for the same experience. In attachment, desire and senses are drawn involuntarily towards objects. When desire deepens into greed, the sense of right and wrong becomes neglected.  This is what happens to homosexuals and pedophiles.  There is nothing to be proud about this as tom tommed  by media baron midget Vineet Jain... The self gets linked up with the senses. The detached self, in this case, appears to be bound with the latent impressions of pleasure.  Raga is craving for pleasure by one who remembers past experience of pleasure. Ego is the root of attachment just as ignorance is the root of ego. Ignorance and ego cause the deluded mind to associate the self with the latent impressions of past experience of pleasure. Residing on pleasurable experiences inflames desire and a sense of attraction, which induces attachment. Pleasurable experiences spawns greed and lust, which strengthen attachment and provokes a greater passion, as one always wants more and more. One becomes absorbed by the pursuit of pleasure, and addicted to satiation of the senses. When deinied withdrawal symptons engulf.  The aspirer may thus forget his chosen path and allow himself to be caught up in sorrow and sickness.  When Consciousness appears to be an individual, which happens after the veils of avidya and asmita are added, it can look at the rest of the apparent manifestation and start to like parts of it. When a sensory impression comes into the mind and ahamkara colors it with like, with attraction, it means the another veil is added, namely that of raga. This adds another false identity to “me”, because it is the appearance of “I” who likes, so anything colored with raga is immediately related to me.   These are the things we want to do, keep, have, feel, experience.  In modern terms, it’s much like the pleasure principle – there’s a strong attraction to what brings instant pleasure and gratification. Sometimes, we want these pleasurable things so much that we cling to them when we have them.  Raga causes us to endlessly chase after our desires.   Raga keeps us unsatisfied even when what we want is in our lap, either by trying to retain it or by the impulse to want more.  We cling like a barnacle to the things that we’re comfortable with and make us feel good when Raga asserts itself.  Raga can cause restlessness, despair, and havoc in the mind. Raga and Dvesha are two sides of the same coin

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2.08— duhkhanushayi dveshah

That repulsion which accompanies pain is Dvesa

Pain, sorrow and misery spark off a chain of hate or loathing. Recalling lost pleasures, excruciated by desires unfulfilled, man is driven towards sorrow. In utmost anguish he comes to hate himself, his family, neighbours and surroundings, and feels a sense of worthlessness. Dvesha is repulsion felt towards a person or object which is a source of unhappiness. Raga and dvesha go together – they are like the opposite sides of the same coin.  Raga and dvesha which bind us to external objects condition our life in such a way that we begin to think, feel and act according to these biases. Raga and dvesha bind us down to the lower levels of consciousness where consciousness functions under the greatest limitations. Dvesha binds us the same way as raga. We are tied to the person we hate even more than the person  (like my detractors addicted to my farts ) we love since it is more difficult to transmute the force of hatred.  Every morning detractors of my blogsite dwell on each word I write and corrode in their own juices. But, moving amidst (unavoidable) sense objects with sense organs which are under control and which are free from likes (raga) and dislikes (dvesha), a man of self-control enjoys tranquility.However, it becomes a ‘raga’ (attachment) only when that desire becomes a craving (addiction  like porn ) and results in suffering if not fulfilled.  If we can develop an attitude of indifference to the outcome of a desire, then having a desire is not bad. All the emotions come under the category of Raga-Dvesha. These two currents are the Dharma (characteristics) of the mind and not of the spirit. Pleasure and pain, Harsha and Soka, exhilaration and depression are due to Raga-Dvesha. If Raga and Dvesha vanish from the mind, Harsha-Soka also will disappear. Fear is hidden in Raga. Raga-Dvesha has four Avasthas, viz., Dagdha (burnt up), Tanu (attenuated or thinned out), Vicchinna (concealed) and Udara (fully expanded). The first two states pertain to a Yogin; the last two to worldlings. In a fully developed Yogin, the Vrittis of Raga-Dvesha are burnt up by Nirvikalpa Samadhi. They are Dagdha (like burnt-up seeds).. When there is a desire, Raga and Dvesha exist side by side in the mind. Desire is a motive force. Emotions and impulses co-exist with desire. Even if a Jnanin or Yogin sometimes exhibits traces of anger, it is Abhasamatra (mere appearance). Just as the impression made in water with a stick passes away soon, as also the anger will disappear in the twinkling of an eye, even though it manifests in a Jnanin. This can hardly be understood by worldly people. He who has no Raga but possesses Titiksha (power of endurance) can do anything.. It is Raga and luxury that have enfeebled the householders who must keep up with the Joneses and must get an invite for a page 3 party. Destroy the true modifications of the mind, Raga-Dvesha, by Vichara and Brahma-Chintana (right thinking and meditation). Go beyond the Dvandvas (pairs of opposites). You will get eternal, infinite bliss and peace. Amongst the several Vrittis in the mind, FAALTHU  Raga-Dvesha and Moha are very deep-rooted. They demand strenuous and persistent efforts for their eradication.  Remember the opposing forces which forces you into bad karma.

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2.09— svarasavahi vidushopi tatharoodho bhiniveshah

Self-preservation or attachment to life is the subtlest of all afflictions. It is found even in wise men.

Abhinivesha is a layer of fear that is added on top of an attraction (raga) or an aversion (dvesha).     Abhinivesa is an intuitive defect which can be transformed into intuitive knowledge and insight by practising yoga. While practising asana, pranayama or dhyana, the sadhaka penetrates deep within himself. He experiences unity in the flow of intelligence, and the current of self-energy. In this state, he perceives that there is no difference between life and death, that they are simply two sides of the same coin. He understands that the current of self, the life-force, active while he is alive, unites with the universe when it leaves his body at death. Through this understanding, he loses his fixation for life and conquers the fear of death. This liberates him from afflictions and sorrows and leads him towards kaivalya. If avidya is the root cause of afflictions, so abhinivesa results in pain. In realising the oneness of life and death there is an end to ignorance in the aspirer, and he lives forever in the flow of tranquillity.A person becomes wise only when all the five kleshas have been completely eradicated. The second point in the sutra is that this desire for life is ‘swarasavahi’ which means it is sustained by its own inherent force. Abhinivesha is merely the final manifestation of all the kleshas.  Abhinivesha is a result of the past memory of death.  Even animals fear death.   Since death happened in a past life, this sutra establishes previous lives. Even a new-born animal  is afraid of death. This can only be explained by a latent impression (samskara) of a previous experience of death.. The literal meaning of the word  abhinivesha  is ‘strong desire to hold on to something’.   In the context of this sutra it represents a strong desire to cling to life with the extended meaning of ‘fear of death’.  Essentially the word may mean any kind of fearTo control our passions we have to control them at their very roots; then alone shall we be able to burn out their very seed. As fried seeds thrown into the ground will never come up, so these passions will never arise.

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2.10 — te pratiprasavaheyah sookshmah

Subtle afflictions are to be minimised and eradicated by a process of involution

Afflictions may be gross or subtle; both must be neutralised and eliminated, quietened at their very roots. The Upanishads penned down 7000 years ago, mention past-life regression.   Patanjali discussed the idea of the soul becoming burdened with an accumulation of samskaras ( impressions)  as part of the karma from previous lives.  Patañjali called the process of past-life regression prati-prasav  (literally "reverse birthing"), and saw it as addressing current problems through memories of past lives.   The five adversities - ignorance, egoism, lust, malice and attachment to life appear gross (sthula) on the surface, but their subtle nature may be either latent or highly lively, or may alternate between the two . Meditation helps to exterminate them. The subtle afflictions start with attachment to life, travel in the reverse order, contrary to spiritual evolution and end with the gross affliction, ignorance. Subtle afflictions need to be overcome before they lead to trouble.  If a seed becomes seared, it cannot sprout; so one must render an affliction infertile by tracing it back to its source. The mother of subtle afflictions is the mind, whose movements should be directed towards the seer by the yogic process of involution (prati prasava). In this manner, subtle afflictions are crushed and an un-polarised state of pure knowledge is chanced upon. These, the subtle ones, can be reduced by resolving them backward into their origin.The kleshas can exist in one of two states, active and potential. A person in a fit of anger is expressing the klesha of dvesha in an active state. Through the practice of yoga a person may acquire the ability to remain calm in difficult situations. Even at that time the kleshas remain in a dormant or potential state where, given the right trigger, the kleshas can again become active. Essentially there are three stages of dealing with the kleshas – attenuation (tanukarana), converting to inactive (prasupta) state, and finally burnt seeds. Pratiprasava literally means to go back to the original cause.   In the case of kleshas, avidya (ignorance) is the root cause of the subsequent kleshas. To eliminate the lowest level of klesha, abhinivesha (fear of death), we need to go to the cause which are raga (likes) and dvesha (dislikes). From there we need to trace the cause back to ego and then back to avidya. In order to uproot kleshas altogether we need to eliminate avidya and reach the state of kaivalya. As long as the seed remains, even though it may be in a potential (sushupta) state, it can still fructify given favorable triggers. To destroy the seeds completely, one needs to go through the various stages of samadhi and attain the state of "kaivalya". The word "pratiprasava",  which is the opposite of "prasava", means resolving into the cause.  These kleshas are subtle; they are destroyed when (the mind) dissolves back into its original matrix. When the mind has fulfilled its purpose of attaining "nirbija samadhi", then it dissolves back into prakriti. The mind at this point becomes redundant. The kleshas too dissolve along with the mind. Like burnt seeds, kleshas do not disappear as long as the mind is still active.Three stages of dealing with the kleshas:Attenuation (tanu-karana), Burning the seeds (dagdha bija),--by Prati Prasava we can  accessing the deep hidden negative memories of the past this and previous lifetimes.  These memories remain hidden deep in the subconscious mind though ‘forgotten’ by the conscious mind that are the root causes of our negative reactions, habits, and actions that cause more karmic, thus falling into the endless loop of cause and effect.   In Prati Prasav sadhna all these deep-rooted emotions and psychic impressions are accessed and surfaced to be released and healed. Our present is nothing but the reflection of what we did in the past due to soul samkaras picked up in past lives. This explains phobias.  The purpose of our birth is to resolve the issues that remained unresolved from our past lives. The circumstances and the problems one is facing is due the stored baggage of psychic impressions that one has collected in various lives with every action, word and thought. The psychic impressions are not just from past lives but also received and absorbed even in the infant and fetus stage in the mother’s womb. Obstacles in life indicates unresolved issues and more the obstacles and issues in life, the more are the unresolved issues, which need to be resolved so that one does not get stuck in similar circumstances again and again repeatedly, birth after birth. This unresolved issue is what is called as samskars or sanchit karmas or psychic impressions. In order to release the suffering, pain or disease of present life or to attain the higher level of spirituality and experience the ultimate truth one has to release the sanchit karma or samskaras or psychic impressions. Prati Prasav Sadhna teaches how to shed this heavy load and bring out the inner light in the form of health happiness and prosperity. By releasing these impressions which are the reasons behind the cause of our present sufferings, one is able to weed out the root cause of sufferings and blockages in one’s life. By Prati Prasav Sadhna we can dissolve fears, phobias, sufferings, limitations and awakening of your consciousness towards infinite dimension. In order to release the suffering, pain or disease of present life or to attain the higher level of spirituality and experience the ultimate truth one has to release the sanchit karma or samskaras or psychic impressions.  . Our cellular memory can store the memory of physical trauma like accidents, wounds, surgeries, abuse,trauma , fear etc that manifests in low self-esteem, stress etc. When trauma is suppressed into the cellular memory, that energy can get stuckAll these modern psychiatrists talk about past life regression.  This means they are Hindus or they have stolen from our ancient texts. For only in Hinduism we have endless re-births till a person obtains Moksha , as a result of NIL Karmic baggage .  Past life regression a Vedic technique of Charaka is recommended for people who are willing and decided to change, to secure relief from vices, negativity, repetitive illnesses, phobias, separations and conflicts, inability to love,trust, learn. etc.  Upon completion of the past life regression therapy, subjects are able to “reverse and resolve” phobias, negativity and vices  which, they were unable to solve through any other modern treatment or therapy.  Each cell in our body stores memories from early life, intra-uterine life, our parents and ancestors as well as, many past generations.  A bio computer essentially acts like a file which when triggered causes us to act in a repetitive manner..  Erasing stored traumatic experiences from our cellular memory is akin to deleting a virus from a computer.    All Vedic healers were psychiatrists . How many of modern psychiatrists are healers ?  If each cell contains all of the information for the whole organism, then our experiences, good or bad, are also recorded on a cellular level.  Those experiences that we perceive as life threatening will continue to resonate within the memory banks of the body’s crystalline cellular and molecular matrix because we were not able to resolve the conflict or dissipate its energy. Every cell in our body has the ability to remember. Cells retain the information of all life experiences that has been absorbed from genetic heritage, nothing ever experienced whether positive or negative escapes being programmed...Without past life regression therapy it can be almost impossible to heal, as the memories are suppressed and we are not aware of holding onto them.  The healer  helps the subject access the specific internal negative file and then reprograms or formats it.   If you magnify your cells down to your atoms, you would see that you are made up of subtle bundles of "info-energy."  Release stored emotions from your subconscious mind and cellular memory and find peace with your past, by past life regression.   Cellular Memory is the term often used to describe subconscious body imprints. In the form of regression therapy  it is essential to relive the past life as fully as possible during the session.. Trauma causes freezing and dissociation.  One needs to uncover the depth of the past life characters experience to actually heal it.   Reliving the past life helps in the ‘unfreezing process.’ In essence, unfreezing wakes up that soul fragment that may still be stuck or split off from the whole psyche.    A dissociated memory is not an accurate account because, that part of the psyche split off as soon as things got difficult. Every past life we have had ended in death. Each death is a decisive transition stage for the soul. In therapy, this is where the most crucial part of the healing begins—finishing the unfinished business.    Samskara is the Malayalam / Sanskrit word for an indelible impression, from a current or past life, stored in the subconscious mind which cannot be easily recalled to the conscious mind and generates a predetermined thought pattern, behavior or influence that can negatively affect one’s current life.   By erasing the influence of the Samskara, a person can become free of its effect in order to lead a more conscious, productive, happy, and fulfilled life.  Modern pychotherapy only approaches specific Samskaras from our current life, such as child hood issues. However, many Samskaras from a previous life or lives can still have an influence in and upon our current life.   Some of the strongest impressions are from a traumatic death which then shows up as fears and phobias.  Past life regression cannot erase past Karmas but helps in performing Karmas better by removing some of the impediments.   Vasanas affect our ability to live fully in the present moment and curtail our true nature.  The conscious mind can access the conscious mind, memories and intellect, but not the subconscious.   Without making peace with the past we will not progress.. Karma is not punishment system. Karma is a feed back system through that we learn our lessons from the past and evolve.   Past-Life-Regression helps individuals to understand the karmic patterns involved and the resultant energy blockages. It is these energy blockages that manifest as diseases, which are sometimes chronic. The understanding that flows clears the energy blockages and thereby the disease is healed. Past-Life-Regression helps us to explore our past lives and through this exploration we realize that we are eternal beings. We understand that death is a mere transition from one state to another and that the essence of our being continues into eternity as we have lived before and are going to live again after ‘death’. Samskaras which have left a very deep impression on our personality.  Samskara has nothing to do with our intellect or buddhi.

1300)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

2.11 — dhyanaheyastadvrittayah

The fluctuations of consciousness created by gross and subtle afflictions are to be silenced through meditation.

Patanjali offers meditation as another method to calm the mind.  By these means, the mind's whims are reduced to their subtlest point and it is constrained to rest silently in its source, the soul. Afflictions are of three intensities - gross (sthula), subtle (suksma), and the subtlest of the subtle (suksmatama). Tapas, svadhyaya and ishavara pranidhana exterminate the gross, the subtle and the subtlest afflictions respectively.  Isvara Pranishana is less of a devotional dedication or a surrendering, and more of an ‘opening up to what is’, and instead of fighting against life’s twists and turns, remaining open to experiencing life as it unfolds.  Dhyana can help suppress the modifications produced by kleshas even further. In order to achieve that result, one must practice the three elements of kriya yoga with intense concentration of the mind. The kleshas must be reduced to a latent, passive state where even with a strong trigger, the kleshas will not come to the surface. Moreover, each klesha can assume multiple forms of expression and each one of these expressions must be tackled in order to eliminate the klesha. Gross manifestations of kleshas, based on asmita etc, are attenuated by kriya yoga. They are further reduced to an unproductive state by meditative insight on discriminative knowledge and then totally annihilated by dissolution of the mind.  Vrittis produced by the kleshas are eliminated (turned into burned seeds). In the final stage, even the subtlest form of the kleshas are completely dissolved by dissolving the mind back into its origin .

1301)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
2.12 — kleshamoolah karmashayo drishtadrishtajanmavedaniyah

The accumulated imprints of past lives, rooted in afflictions, will be experienced in present and future lives

Every past life we have had ended in death.  Each death is a decisive transition stage for the soul. In therapy, this is where the most crucial part of the healing begins—finishing the unfinished business.  Samskara is the Malayalam / Sanskrit word for an indelible impression, from a current or past life, stored in the subconscious mind which cannot be easily recalled to the conscious mind and generates a predetermined thought pattern, behavior or influence that can negatively affect one’s current life.  By erasing the influence of the Samskara, a person can become free of its effect in order to lead a more conscious, productive, happy, and fulfilled life.  Samskaras from a previous life or lives can still have an influence in and upon our current life. Some of the strongest impressions are from a traumatic death which then shows up as fears and phobias.  Past life regression cannot erase past Karmas but helps in performing Karmas better by removing some of the impediments. Vasanas affect our ability to live fully in the present moment and curtail our true nature.  The conscious mind can access the conscious mind, memories and intellect, but not the subconscious.   The subconscious mind, the causal body, that stores these impressions can be tackled through subconscious states.   Through deep meditation we can access these deeper layers of our existence and memories from previous lives. By exploring our own past lives we become aware of these repetitive, unconscious patterns and we erase our past by resolving those patterns.  Only then, are we free from our past and the whole past is dropped. Without making peace with the past we will not progress.. Karma is not punishment system. Karma is a feed back system through that we learn our lessons from the past and evolve.   Past-Life-Regression helps individuals to understand the karmic patterns involved and the resultant energy blockages. It is these energy blockages that manifest as diseases, which are sometimes chronic. The understanding that flows clears the energy blockages and thereby the disease is healed. For example a person who had this fear of closed spaces (claustrophobia) had experienced a past life where he was buried alive in an earthquake. Once he relives this trauma, he was able to overcome his claustrophobia immediately. Past-Life-Regression helps us to explore our past lives and through this exploration we realize that we are eternal beings. We understand that death is a mere transition from one state to another and that the essence of our being continues into eternity as we have lived before and are going to live again after ‘death’. Samskaras which have left a very deep impression on our personality.  Samskara has nothing to do with our intellect or buddhi. We should not look at things only from the intellectual standpoint but from the aspect of the total personality. This is what meditation teaches. Just as a healthy body can resists toxins and pathogens, a healthy mind can ward off the negative sensory influences around it   Karma or the actions that you do in the present life is passed on to the next life.  Fate ( vidhi ) is the outcome of our past karmic baggage – and god has decided in advance this is what you deserve. You cant avoid fate..  Karmic negative baggage has to be lived and worked out. You can forge the hinges of your destiny on your own terms.. Humans are the result of their deeper mind and its store of countless impressions from the past. Sankalpa is a resolution for self transformation out of free will.  When divinity is added to the Sankalpa; it gains strength and gets proper direction. . Yoga Nidra provides the tools to ‘weed out’ these unconscious negative patterns and in their stead plant positive seeds deep in the subconscious mind, gradually allowing expression from the highest aspect of the self.   Past actions are the seeds of adversity, which in turn brings about other actions, necessitating further lives, or reincarnation. This is known as karma, or the universal law of cause and effect. Afflictions and actions intermix and interact, and the cycles of birth and death roll on. Actions rooted in desire, greed, anger, lust, pride and malevolence invite adversity, just as those which are free from the spokes of the wheel of desire lead towards the state of ecstasy. The effects of both types of action may be visible or invisible, manifest or latent; they may surface in this life or in future lives. Whatever work we do, the mind is thrown into a wave, and, after the work is finished, we think the wave is gone. No. It has only become fine, but it is still there. When we try to remember the thing, it comes up again and becomes a wave. So it was there; if it had not been there, there would not have been memory. So, every action, every thought, good or bad, just goes down and becomes fine, and is there stored up. They are called pain-bearing obstructions, both happy and unhappy thoughts, because according to the Yogis, both, in the long run, bring pain. All  happiness which comes from the senses will, eventually, bring pain.. There is no limit to man’s desires; he goes on desiring, and when he comes to a point where desire cannot be fulfilled, the result is pain. Therefore the Yogis regard the sum-total of the impressions, good or evil, as pain-bearing obstructions; they obstruct the way to freedom of the Soul. It is the same with the Samskaras, the fine roots of all our works: they are the causes which will again bring effects, either in this life, or in the lives to come.

1302)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

2.13 — sati moole tadvipako jatyayurbhogah

When the root exists, its fruition is birth, life and experience.

Life itself springs from the admixture of good and bad actions, favourable and unfavourable impressions. These form one's birth,  type of human life, span of life and the kind of experiences one has to go through. According to the law of karma, every condition in the nature of human birth and life stem from one's past actions, and are responsible for the experiences, pleasant or otherwise, which one meets in life. The fruits of the actions gathered in this  past lives  are called soul samskaras, which become residual imprints or impressions.   Soul samskaras are impressions remaining unconsciously in the mind from past good or bad actions, giving rise to pleasure or pain.   Samskaras become the cause of future actions. Every action leaves a deep trace in the citta as printing or impression ( samskara ). All the impressions accumulated in the citta and which is the fruit of action is what we mean by karmashaya.   Karmashayas are of two kinds – those that must mature (niyata vipaka)and those that may not mature (aniyata vipaka). Aniyata Vipaka karmashayas may take one of these three courses: Karma may get nullified by a stronger karma of the opposite kind ..  A dominant karma may subdue a minor karma and may not fructify in the next life. The unfructified minor karma my bear fruit in  a future birth.  This is not superstition but advanced quantum physics.. Karma can bear fruit only when the kleshas exist. Grains of rice can germinate only when they are not burnt and the husk is not removed. At the time of death, the karmashaya will determine the three fruits: type of birth, life span and life experience – pain or pleasure. Karmashaya contains impressions of deeds – samskaras – from countless previous lives. At the time of death, the subtle body, which contains the karmashaya, is transferred to the new body. Only the gross body is destroyed on death. Most of the karmas will fructify in the next life. In each re-birth on earth , we acquire some bad karma and some good karma.  Only conscious humans have bad karma baggage . Animals do NOT have karma as they have never risen beyond their mooladhara chakra. In each incarnation we suffer the consequences of some of our previous bad karma –and every human soul has a  resultant karmic baggage plus some picked up samskaras , which affect current life on the planet , like phobias , deep rooted vices etc . Though weighed down by past life samskaras , the soul ( ball of energy ) within you is a part of the mother field of brahmAn ( god ) .   Yoga empowers you to take charge of your destiny , though it cant alter your fate. The purpose of life on this planet is to be happy while pursuing the goal of lessening your karmic baggage as much as possible .The universe is  not inanimate but conscious; it records our actions and provides feedback to us for our psychic growth through the mechanism of karma. This karma gets recorded in the form of inchoate formations in the higher mental worlds.  These formations get fleshed out as they descend through the various planes of consciousness until they materialize at the appropriate time as events in the physical world. The Law of Karma is infallible and everyone  is subjected to it.. As per the law of karma, every positive deed which we do, generates  positive marks, while every sin ( laws of universe ignored ) results in negative marks , which subsequently we need to repay by enduring happiness or unhappiness in this life of the next .  During our day-to-day interactions, we are either increasing or reducing the karmic baggage weight.  If the karmic baggage weights you will have another re-birth and another chance to lighten it.   We are not consciously aware of the give-and-take karmic accounts generated in our previous births.   In our subsequent births, we may or may not be equipped to settle our destiny and the paradox is that at the same time we are creating new karmic accounts.   Thus, this loop of karma and destiny binds us and we remain entangled in it. The only way through which we can nullify our give and take account and destiny is through sustained and regular spiritual practice.  In Sanatana Dharma the true purpose of life is to overcome karma (destiny) and attain moksha where you become god. 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 . 

1303)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

2.14 — te hladaparitapafalah punyapunyahetutvat

According to one's good, bad or mixed actions, the quality of life, its span, and the nature of birth are experienced as being pleasant or painful

There is NO escape from laws of Karma . Organised religion applies severe retribution method at the hour of judgement – Sanatana Dharma applies Karma. Willfully and knowingly transgressing the laws of the universe generates a lot more negative karma than unintentional or ignorant transgressions. Whenever you act with intention you create Karma. Actions are considered to be thoughts, emotions, words and deeds, and the motive, desire and intent behind each. Although many of the major events in your life are astrologically predestined,  god has given you consciousness and free will to mitigate the impact of the event, or to transcend it entirely. Beliefs can be changed when you recognize those that are not working for you, and begin programming what will create success and harmony in your life.  You are NOT an animal—you are a conscious human with free will and the power to choose.   The unlimited creative power of your mind, through dedication, awareness and training, can be the wisdom to rise above your Karma.    Sanatana Dharma guides you in this aspect. There are no accidents in the way the cosmos works.  Your energy, translated into thoughts, words, emotions, and deeds, causes all your experiences. This assures that you always have the learning opportunities you require to resolve your Karma, and, as with you, the collective thoughts, words, emotions, and deeds of mankind create the environment for us all. The purpose of karma is to attain harmony and balance. The universe is perfectly balanced. When you are in harmony you are in balance. Until you have resolved your Karma and fulfilled your Dharma, you will continue to reincarnate into sequential lifetimes upon the earth.  You decide what lessons you need to learn for each life experience. Whenever you act with intention (actions being your thoughts, emotions, words and deeds and the motive, intent and desire) you create karma.   Dis-harmonious acts, are rooted in fear-based emotions, must be eventually balanced and resolved. When you can live a life of perfect harmony, liberation will follow. Karma can be experienced in pain and suffering, or it can be experienced in grace. The choice is yours. If you give love , fairness with grace , you will receive the same in return.   Karma is simply an opportunity to make good by CHANGE –  it neither punishes nor rewards; it simply guides.  Karma is a matter of basic cause-and-effect without the need of a deity to mediate the effects.   The law of karma is not the cause of suffering,  it is merely the change agent.   Karma is self-balancing divine justice; it is 100% fair and absolutely infallible.  It doesn't matter if a criminal seems to GET AWAY WITH IT – see evil Jew Rothschild has got away with it. There is no getting away with it – karma will eventually catch up with him  -if not in this life then the next life. After doing sins no dip in Ganges, no puja, no pilgrimage , no endless prayers to god can lessen the weight of your karmic baggage.  It can be reduced only by good karma. Karma is not some mysterious metaphysical, or supernatural, force or power that somehow comes back to haunt you.   Again, karma is simply what we do in a conscious manner . Karma is a Sanskrit/ Malayalam  word meaning "action".  Karmic baggage is a resultant – and is negative bad karma. The hindu knows that karma is in his own hands .. This is why a hindu is the same outside doors and within doors .  Karma catches up with what is in your mind..  Moksha is purely karma based. there is no short cut or jugaad possible.. Crime is least  in hinduism .   In sanatana dharma even vishnu avatars were not spared of laws of karma. The weight of karmic baggage is simply what we do in a conscious manner . if you do something wrong inadvertently it does not count as karma..  this is why small children without ego are not cremated.. .   In each incarnation we suffer the consequences of some of our previous bad karma –and every human soul has a  resultant karmic baggage plus some picked up samskaras , which affect current life on the planet , like phobias , deep rooted vices etc . -  Karma operates as a self-sustaining mechanism as natural universal law, without any need of an external entity to manage them. This is advanced quantum physics..

1304)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

2.15 — parinamatapasanskaraduhkhairgunnavritti - virodhaccha duhkham eva sarvan vivekinah

The wise man knows that owing to fluctuations, the qualities of nature, and subliminal impressions even pleasant experiences are tinged with sorrow, and he keeps aloof from them.

The wise man knowing that all instant addictive gratification and hedonistic pleasure leads to pain. Pure inner peace can be reached by winning the right knowledge that will weed out the roots of pain and petty pleasures.  As per this sutra, all experiences are actively or potentially full of misery to the "viveki", a wise person whose spiritual perception has awakened. In the previous sutra we learned that virtue and vice will bring out pleasurable and painful experiences respectively. Parinama means change or transformation. Everything in the universe is in a state of constant flux and change is happening every moment whether or not we are aware of it. It is the effect of Maya that we are unaware of the constant change happening all around us. We become aware of this change only after we attain the state of viveka (discriminatory wisdom). At that time, we develop a sense of fear and loneliness as everything seems to move so rapidly. It is only when we follow the practice of yoga intently that we begin to realize that there is something Eternal deep inside us despite all the change happening. With that comes the realization that little pleasures and ambitions in life are only transitory. Tapa means anxiety.  We are constantly in fear of losing those objects which give us instant pleasure. Whether it is love or money or any other possession, we always have a sense of anxiety that we will lose it one day. Happiness is not pleasure.   Happiness is free . It is about filling up the space deep inside, or gratification of the soul. It is about equilibrium or dynamic balance -life is a combination of spiritual, intellectual and physical aspects. It is achieved by deserving. One of the great secrets to happiness is to be immersed in an activity that is complex, where you have the skills to match that activity.  Samskara means impressions . Every experience creates an impression in our mind. Repeated similar impressions create habits. Surroundings and circumstances in life are constantly changing. There is a conflict between the ‘status quo’ expected due to habits and the change that is always happening, threatening the very habits that we develop. This conflict is a cause of misery and unhappiness. The wise man knows that any instant pleasure in life is only transitory and will ultimately result in pain and suffering.  Experience of happiness is due to attachment to objects and that of suffering is caused by hatred or dislike for an object. The karmashaya (storehouse of karma) is a result of these experiences. When the senses are accustomed to short experience of happiness, they are not inclined for renunciation since their attachment is increased. For a Yogin, even these pleasant experiences are source of ultimate misery and he shuns attachment to these objects.  Greed and infatuation are the cause of aversion which brings misery as one pursues to overcome the source of aversion..  Even when an addictive desire is fulfilled, it never is fully satisfied as it grows even stronger for the same or similar objects – like fire that flares up with the oblation of ghee. The main idea in the sutra is to understand that pleasure and pain are all associated with material objects which are transitory. Hedonists, strive to maximise their total pleasure (the net of any pleasure less any pain or suffering). They believe that pleasure is the only good in life, and pain is the only evil, and our life's goal should be to maximize pleasure and minimize pain.  7000 years ago Patanjali wrote about the PARADOX of hedonism.  When one aims solely towards pleasure itself, one's aim is frustrated.   Pleasure and happiness are strange phenomena that do not obey normal principles, in that they cannot be acquired directly, only indirectly and we often fail to attain pleasures if we deliberately seek them.   Pleasure cannot be the standard or guide to action, as that would result in intellectual and philosophical abdication.

1305)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

2.16 —  heyan duhkham anagatam

The grief which has not yet come may be avoided.

Past pain is over.  The pain being  experienced in the present cannot be avoided, but can be minimised to some extent by yogic practice and discriminative knowledge. Unknown future pains can be forestalled by cohering to yogic discipline,  now.  Man is the only living creature who can control or change his life. He is not a slave to his surroundings or at the mercy of nature. There is nothing that wastes the body and mind like worry. Worries are more about yesterday and tomorrow. Don’t take tomorrow to bed with you.  There is a difference between planning and worrying. Planning is constructive, worry is destructive. The best time to solve a problem is as soon at it happens. Man has 3 sides to his nature –body, mind and spirit . A proper balance between the 3 is desired. If any of the 3 is undeveloped he will suffer in life. Without spiritual development , man is without love or positive emotions ( affection, care, respect, sympathy ) .  Without positive emotions man cant be happy. A wise man can live in peace with things he cannot change. Never try to do things you cant. What is the point in teaching a donkey to sing. It is a sheer waste of time and effort. Nature follows the law, use it or lose it. Make most of the best and least of the worst. Man alone is the architect of his destiny.  Inaction is worse than no action at all.  Patanjali says that yoga is a preventive healing art, science and philosophy, by which one builds up robust healthy conditions in body and mind and constructs a protective strength with which to ward off or counteract afflictions that are as yet unperceived afflictions. Moreover, strong health and a stable mind will facilitate one to face the wonder of wonders - the spiritual bliss - if and when, thanks to the good actions in former lives, the spiritual gate is set open. According to the yogis, death doesn’t solve your problem any more than night fall solves your financial problems. Yogis claim that knowledge, bliss and Enlightenment can be attained here and now while still in this physical body.  This is attained by following a definite scientific approach which has been verified by the experience of innumerable yogis and sages through the ages. Future suffering has its seeds in the present and the past. It is only through liberation that future suffering can be fully eliminated.   Avidya (ignorance) which is at the root of all the kleshas that cause suffering. So, our objective in eliminating future suffering would be to uproot Avidya.  Faith and trust are the seeds which bring the sweet fruits of success. Faith is about “ can do”  think “ it is possible”  it gives you new energy. Will power is the decision to carry on the fight. Self esteem is required to make a person mentally healthy.  Faith is the bird which sings when the dawn is still dark. A mentally healthy person learns to evaluate himself , his own performance and behaviour. To be successful you must be excited about life. Life is a festival only to those who live with enthusiasm.   If you want peace you must be prepared for war—NOT sit like an idiot ( with an enema kit ) and spin the charkha .  Only a moron will  start digging a well, when he gets thirsty. It is not enough to aim, you must hit. Failure to hit the bulls eye is never the fault of the target. You have to choose your own goal, at the same time follow social norms. Belief in predetermined destiny is the only refuge of weak minds. Take responsibility for your failures. Laughter is the cheapest luxury, it electrifies the nerves and cleanses the system. Prayer renews our internal strength during rough weather. A prayer is to the soul what air is to the lungs. Yoga helps you to  forget useless things and eliminate mind chatter . To remember everything is to make your mind a dustbin.  There is NO medicine for jealousy on this planet except yoga. Jealousy is poison for the soul.    Yoga teached you that the greatest wealth is contentment with little. It consists in simple wants. Too much glamour is like too much spices. It harms. The blatant display of status symbols  is the result of low self esteem. The self confident person can afford to project a modest image. The purpose of life is not only to be happy, but also to be creative , productive and useful—to make a difference that you lived at all on this planet.  There is no experience better for the heart than to reach down and lift people. Only people with inferiority complex wants to impress others. Do not go around copying others signatures .There is no need to keep up with the Joneses. . All imitations are plastic. There is great joy in being ordinary.  Yoga helps you to eliminate the needless wants of life. As you can see yoga is NOT a physical exercise. You have succeeded in life when all you really want is only what you really need.  Never fall into the same hole twice. The first fall can be deemed as experience. Only what you experience is yours. If you have to look into the rear view mirror of life, just make it a darting glance. Do NOT dwell on it.  Yoga teaches that truth blossoms only in individual freedom. It can never happen to a crowd. If you surrender your freedom and individuality big brother and the society will give you great posts and respectability. Dare to be who you are. No order is higher than your own intelligence. You must allow life its freedom. All perfectionism is a deep ego trip. Most of your pain is self chosen. Creating guilt in you is the oldest trick of all religions.  Sanatana Dharma offers hope, not guilt— unlike the single holy book , single messiah dogma religions..

1306)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

2.17 —  drashtridrishyayoh sanyogo heyahetuh

The cause of pain is the association or identification of the seer (atman -purusha ) with the seen (prakrti) and the remedy lies in their dissociation.

A prudent person notices that inner harmony is interrupted when the mind lets itself be lured into indiscriminately sampling the world of phenomena.  He tries to remain free by avoiding material attachment, in which objects attract the intelligence like a magnet and the self is tempted into an illusory relationship with the external, seen world, provoking pleasures and pains. The intelligence is the vehicle closest to the soul, which must be cautious of its influence if the seer is to stay free. Or else, intelligence entangles the seer into a painful relationship with external objects. As long as intelligence is indiscriminating, there is suffering. The moment it develops discriminative power, it realises its source, and unites with the seer. Then there is transparency between the seer and seen, allowing free, uncontaminated passage between them. The seat of the ego or small self is the seat of the brain, and the seat of the great Self is within the spiritual heart. Though intelligence links the head and the heart, it vacillates between the two. This vacillation stops through right knowledge and understanding. Intelligence is then transformed - free from polarity, pure and unbiased. This is true meditation, in which ego dissolves, allowing the great Self (purusa) to glimmer in its own glory. To uproot anything, we must get down to the root cause and eliminate that cause. This problem is linked to the origin of the universe wherein the consciousness, male purusha got entangled with elements of female Prakriti. This problem cannot be understood or analyzed by our limited intellect. It can and will be solved only through the transcendent knowledge that can be gained through enlightenment.  The key concept to remember is that the yoking of Purusha with Prakriti has taken place giving rise to bondage. Now we need to reach the state of liberation before fully eliminating all bondage, thus eradicating all suffering. The seer is Purusha who is the reflector of buddhi (the pure I-sense). The objects that are experienced by the buddhi are the knowable. The buddhi and the knowable, due to their proximity to Purusha, become an attribute of Purusha.  Buddhi becoming the object of experience is revealed as the Purusha itself. This beginningless alliance between Purusha and the object of awareness (Prakriti represented by buddhi) is the cause of suffering which is avoidable.. The contact between the two is a peculiar union which cannot be distinguished by the senses. The union seems to occur only due to the I-sense (ahamkara) and can only be the result of ignorance since in reality these two are separate. The object or the knowable remains unmanifest unless seen by the observer. But it goes on mutating due to its inherent nature. As it is seen by the seer, it becomes the seer’s object and is thus dependent on the seer. Similarly to remove suffering we need to remove Purusha from its association with Prakriti. This sutra and several of the subsequent sutras constitute the essence of the Samkhya philosophy. Bhagawad Gita dwells in Sankhya philosophy..  These sutras clearly tell us that Samkhya and Yoga are essentially dualistic philosophies where Purusha and Prakriti are projected as two independent entities. The union between Purusha (soul) and Prakriti (mind-body complex) is indeed the cause of suffering and the cycle of birth and re-birth. It is only through un-uniting the two, that is, understanding the separation between Purusha (the seer) and Prakriti (the seen) that one can attain liberation. …The REAL wisdom of Bhagawad Gita can be understood only by the super-intelligent. Understand Samkhya Vedanta , creation of cosmos, on a macro scale  below. This is the third template of Sanatana Dharma. In Hindusim we call the MALE- purusha and FEMALE- pragati. Sometimes for purposes of the Kundalini raise MALE is SHIVA and FEMALE is Shakti ( Parvati ).  Tanta is NOT perverse sex. In the Tantric cosmology, the whole universe is perceived as being created, penetrated and sustained by two fundamental forces, which are permanently in a perfect, indestructible UNION. These forces or universal aspects are called Shiva and Shakti. Tantric art has captured the images of the Purusha and his consort, Pragati, in ecstatic union.  This is NOT perverted sex. Purusha and Pragati is expressed as Shiva and Shakti in the same body 50:50 – this is NOT a she boy or a transgender .  It is a mindboggling,  intelligent concept. In Hinduism we have placed the female on a pedestal . No man can do a yagam if he is a bachelor or a widower. Purusha is the embodiment of pure consciousness, and Pragati as the embodiment of pure energy.  Through uniting with Purusha , Pragati gave form to his spirit and created the universe.(we are talking about CREATION OF THE COSMOS here- not street side sex  as figured out by small minds).When the insentient Prakriti comes in contact with the sentient Purusha , the universe evolves. Purusha symbolizes consciousness, the masculine principle. Pragati symbolizes the feminine principle, the activating energy.  The cosmos in all its manifestations, as an act of love.  The relationship between say- Shakti and Shiva is the dance of consciousness and energy experienced within each of us, regardless of gender. Shiva resides in the highest Sahasrāra Chakra and Shakti in the lowest Muladhara Chakra. When Prakriti and Purusha unite in the Sahasrāra Chakra ( raising of Kundalini ) , knowledge, knower and the object of knowledge become one.  Sankhya thus is a theory of evolution and understanding the universe. Prakriti cannot be perceived, not because of its non-existence, but because of its subtlety. It is perceived in its effects. The eternal and indestructible union between Shiva and Shakti gives birth to the whole Macrocosm, in its stable, static aspect as well as in its dynamic one. Not only is Shakti responsible for creation, it is also the agent of all change. Shakti is manifested by Shiva only during creation and is withdrawn into himself at the end of creation. This is for the perceptive.  Shallow western minds have never understood this  amazing truth.  Modern science repeats from our Vedas that matter and energy are interchangeable.  So does consciousness and energy .  In the highest planes they are interchangeable, which is why we see a great incongruence between our spiritual experiences and the external reality. In the higher metaphysical realms and subtle planes of our consciousness the physical laws of our universe lose their validity.  Samkhya as you can see was a masterpiece of modeling the ways of the inner universe.  ADAM and EVE story is just lifted from our sanskrit upanishads -  this story is the basis of the Abrahamic religions Judaism/ Christianity / Islam. Adam was cooked up by Jewess Helena, the mother of Roman Emperor Constantine the Great in 325 AD.. All three religions draw upon this STOLEN story from MUNDAKA upanishad III, 1, 1-3 ( Genesis of the Old Testament ).. This story and speaks of the tree of knowledge and God's commandment that its fruit shall not be eaten. Adam at first did not eat it but Eve did.  After that Adam too ate the forbidden fruit. The upanishad ORIGINAL story is about two birds sitting on a peepal tree.   The birds are PURUSHA (atman )and PRAKRITI ( jiva )-- with purusha being the witness. HEY PRESTO--ATMAN becomes ADAM.  JIVA becomes EVE ( j is silent in most areas ) --people call me AIT ( ayit ) instead of AJIT. The FIG which eve ate is the fruit of the peepal tree ( FICUS ) -- the true botanical name today is FICUS RELIGIOSA.  The old testament NEVER spoke of apple ( from a fig tree ) !

1307)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

2.18 -- prakashakriyasthitishilan bhootendriyatmakan bhogapavargarthan drishyam

Nature, its three qualities - sattva, rajas and tamas, and its evolutes, the elements, mind, senses of perception and organs of action, exist eternally to serve the seer, for enjoyment or emancipation.

The visible objective world consists of elements of nature and senses of perception comprising three qualities or attributes (gunas), which are illumination, motion or action, and inertia or dormancy. All these exist perpetually to serve the seer (the subject) for the purpose of experiencing the pleasures and infatuations (objects) of the world, or for emancipation. This sutra delineates the characteristics, actions and uses of nature (prakrti). The three attributes of nature are sattva, rajas and tamas.. According to Patanjali, sattva, rajas and tamas represent prakasa, kriya and sthiti. The purpose of the whole of Nature is for purusha to gain experience.  At the beginning of evolution, Purusha comes in contact with Prakriti which disturbs the equilibrium state of the three gunas. The objective of yoga is to harmonize rajas and tamas back into sattva which needs to dominate before Purusha can realize it own true nature. This is self-realization. When self-realization is attained through a dominant sattva, the other two gunas are not ‘dead’. They are just not active; however, they can be called upon into action if the sattva so desires. So, for a realized person, the gunas are under the control of sattva and come into play when the consciousness is projected outward. In DVAITA Vedanta ( second template ) Rajas and Tamas are two opposite poles mediated by Sattwa ( TRINITY ) . Tamas and Rajas are opposing fields like positive and negative while Sattva is neutral. In Dvaita Hinduism opposite poles Tamas and Rajas are conscious of each other. Tamas creates Rajas, and Rajas activates/ excites Tamas. 7000 year old Vedas say 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. No life is possible on earth without this subtle tension . What has a front has a back-- what has a beginning has an end. Brahma / Vishnu / Shiva work in tandem and perfect harmony—amazing cosmic allegories personalized as Hindu Gods.   One cannot exist without the other and they are dependant .  No phenomenon in this universe is completely devoid of its opposite.  They consume each other yet support each other. Whatever is in excess gets reduces, whatever is deficient gets replenished. You must ponder over each waxing-waning cycle to appreciate the absolute truth . They keep each other in check, yet provide fuel to feed off each other. It is a perfect tango of dynamic balance where one polar opposite changes into another smoothly and constantly .  If the restraining balance or equilibrium is lost by the mediator ( Vishnu ) , the universe will spiral out of control and end. This is why Lord Vishnu is called the PRESERVER god.  As for the opposing forces TAMAS/ RAJAS ( Brahma/ Shiva ) it really does NOT matter as who is who, like in AC electricity-where you can plug into the socket both ways. This principle of Dvaita Hinduism -- Tamas Rajas , which are rooted together , is present in every phenomenon on earth.  Vedanta has recorded  7000 years ago, that energy transforms from one to another—it can neither be created or destroyed. These two opposing forces are natural and transform each other , in perfect harmony.  Harmony can never be stagnant .  Lessening of Tamas always results in increase of Rajas and vice versa. Balance can never be permanent— Tamas and Rajas continiously devour each other – and life flows on. Tamas influences Rajas not only from inside but also from outside.. they are rooted together.  Tamas and Rajas are connected through consciousness.  It is about the quantum possibility wave vibration between two poles.  Ancient Vedic Indian rishis  firmly believed that the invisible below the quantum screen gives rise to the visible.  So either Tamas or Rajas is visible – never both. Together the TRINITY  - THE SECOND TEMPLATE express the supreme BRAHMAN  - THE BASE TEMPLATE at absolute peace with itself. This universe cannot exist without vibrations between two polesThe purpose of the phenomenal world is to provide an experience which helps in the growth and perfection of the individual centers of consciousness. The final role of the phenomenal world is to provide liberation for the Purusha. It is only through the experiences provided by the bhutas and indriyas that the evolution of consciousness can unfold until final liberation happens. All internal and external worlds are made up of the three gunas – sattva, rajas and tamas. A knowable or an object is that which needs association with Purusha for being revealed. The elements (bhutas) and the organs (indriyas) constitute the entirety of the world of objects. For the Seer (Purusha), the seen (drishya) has two purposes – that of providing experience of pleasure and pain, and of liberation. Liberation implies that the seer realizes that it is not an object or knowable but is separate from all knowables (drishya or Prakriti). Everything, internal or external, is an aggregate of the three gunas. Pleasure and pain are characteristics of buddhi (intellect). Happiness etc are the objects of experience by the Purusha. Pleasure and pain are a result of the reflected consciousness of Purusha. Giving up both pleasure and pain leads to final liberation. Witnessing of and identification with the experience is called bondage whereas witnessing the buddhi in liberation is called freedom (kaivalya). Yoga enumerates these basic functions of the inner instruments which are the result of the joint action of the mind and the senses: reception, retention, recollection, elimination, conception, and determination. These six are present in all states of a fluctuating mind. When the fluctuations of the mind stop, these six also come to a stop. As long as the world is manifest, the three gunas are always in flux. They assert themselves in various proportions, giving rise to ever-changing world of manifest forms. The purpose of the gunas is to provide either experience of liberation for the purusha. Experience consists in pursuing pleasure and avoiding pain while liberation entails realization by purusha of its own true nature. Bondage is the false identification of purusha with the buddhi. Liberation is the uncoupling of purusha from the buddhi. When the buddhi is impure due to the dust of rajas and darkness of tamas, it does not discriminate between the seer and the seen. When the buddhi is purified, the natural illumination of sattva shines through and the distinction between purusha and buddhi becomes clear. Apavarga means a state in which the empowerment of gunas can be abandoned and transmigration into cycles of birth and rebirth etc can be terminated. Hence the word apavarga has been used for ‘liberation’. Both bhoga (experience) and apavarga (liberation) are happening in the buddhi (intellect) since Purusha, in the true sense, is simply a witness. As mentioned above, they are attributed to Purusha only because the buddhi functions based on reflected consciousness from the Purusha. Apavarga implies that all identification between the Purusha and what is happening in the buddhi is severed and Purusha remains as a pure witness.

Tamas is the quality of :--
fear of change 
false beliefs
self centredness
drive for short term pleasure
prone to accidents
excessive belief in fate
low living
low thinking
loss of power of discrimination
emotional clinging
splitting hairs faalthu mein
sweating the small stuff
loss of self control
inability to adapt to change
inability to move outside comfort zone
surrender in the face of hostile forces

RAJAS is the quality of :--

pursuit of sensory enjoyment
chattering mind
activity traps
inability to relax
lack of discrimination
faalthu perfectionism
biting off more than capability to chew
extreme mood swings
whirlpool of emotions
inability to focus
sourness of utterance
excessive pride
extrovert energy
thirst for popularity medals

SATTVA  is the quality of :--

Stillness of mind
Awareness of duty
Clarity of perception
Purity of inner psyche
Good health
Bhartue ---nay-- Virtue
Inner peace
Self control
Self esteem

1308)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

2.19 -- visheshavisheshalinggamatralinggani gunnaparvani

The gunas generate their characteristic divisions and energies in the seer. Their stages are distinguishable and non-distinguishable, differentiable and non-differentiable.

This sutra analyses nature (prakrti) by distinguishing the progressive layers of its manifestation, from the most specific and definable, up through the non-specific and non-distinguished and back to the undifferentiated or universal. The individual counterpart of cosmic intelligence (mahat) is consciousness, or citta. Citta consists of mind (manas), which reviews sensory and vibrational stimuli, intelligence (buddhi), which is the discriminative faculty and ego or small self (ahamkara) which is the individual 'I'. In addition, hidden deep within man's nature is a powerful hidden spiritual weapon - 'conscience' (antahkarana or dharmendriya) which personifies ethical and moral principles. Antahkarana observes right and wrong in one's conduct and motives, helps to cultivate citta and directs it to perform only the righteous actions. The principles (tativas) of distinguishable elements (visesa) give rise to changes which may be pleasant, unpleasant or dazed (a state of suspended or deadened sensibility). The unspecified principles (avisesa tattvas) are un-evolved matter, and when such matter is transformed into a specified state, creation takes place. This is called pravrttimarga. The reverse process, mvnti marga, is the unifying of the specified in the unspecified, of the non-specified in and of nature into the universal spirit (purusa). The fusing of nature into spirit is a heavenly marriage, which becomes possible through the work of yoga.  Human mind is a part of that cosmic intelligence. Tanmatras, cannot be sensed by ordinary men. If you practice Yoga, however, says Patanjali, after a while your perception will become so fine that you will actually see the Tanmatras.  Tanmatra means – rudimentary or subtle element, merely that, mere essence, potential or only a trifle. There are five sense perceptions – hearing, touch, sight, taste and smell, and there are the five tanmatras corresponding to the five sense perceptions and five sense-organs. The tanmatras combine and re-combine in different ways to produce the gross elements – earth, water, fire, air and ether, which make up the gross universe perceived by the senses. The senses play their part by coming into contact with the objects, and carry impressions of them to the manas which receives and arranges them into a precept. The five substantial elements of the physical world are – ether (Akasha), air (Vayu), fire (Agni or Taijasa), water (Ap) and earth (Prithvi) in the order of their development, these are the five Bhutas from whose unlimited combination everything results including the living bodies which are material forms living in space and time. According to the Vedic theory of creation, the tanmatras are the basis of all corporeal existences because from them evolve the Bhutas, the building blocks of the perceptible universe.. The collocations and regroupings of the three Gunas (attribute or property) induce more differentiated evolutes; they constitute the changes leading to evolutions i.e. from cause to effect, which process is based on Satkaryavada, the doctrine the effect is existent in the cause even before the causal process has started to produce the effect operating in accordance with the two laws of conservation of matter and energy. According to Satkaryavada  theory the effect is existent in the cause; the original cause of everything that is perceived is Prakriti. Satkaryavada is a hypothesis according to which the effect pre-exists in a potential state. The causal process involves a modification of a stable underlying reality. The effect is not produced as a reality that is distinct from its underlying cause. It is a specific rearrangement of that causal substrate. The Samkhya system is based on the principle of Satkaryavada. The effect pre-exists in the cause here. Cause and effect are seen as temporal aspects of the same thing. It is considered as theory of existent causes. The effect lies latent in the cause which in turn seeds the next effect. It maintains that effect is real. Before its manifestation it is present cause in a potential form. According to Satkaryavada principle the cause is hidden inside the effect.   All objects are the product of the three Gunas (sattva, rajas and tamas). Gunas are always present in Prakriti. The unmanifest state is one of equilibrium of the three gunas. At the time of dissolution, when the objects merge back into Prakriti, there is no dissolution for the gunas; they just merge back into Prakriti. There is no sign to discern prakriti until there is disturbance in the balance of the gunas which results in the first evolute ‘mahat’. Prakriti is eternal whereas all its evolutes are temporary manifestations of prakriti. Everything that one experiences in manifest reality, including the subtlest level of viveka (discrimination) is taking place in the buddhi. In the alinga state, the gunas are balanced and cannot fulfill the objectives of Purusha – namely, experience and liberation (sutra 2.18). In that sense they may seem "non-existent". However, the gunas are capable of producing effects (evolutes) and hence can be termed "existent". Comparing these Samkhya concepts with those of the Vedanta school, we notice that in Vedanta, prakriti, the gunas and the entire manifest world are all mental constructs and mere superimpositions of templates on the only real existent, Brahman. On the other hand, as per Samkhya and Yoga, prakriti is existent, real and eternal.   When there is no creation, these three Gunas remain in tranquility. However, when Purusha interacts with Prakriti, there is a vibration in Prakriti. This vibration results in the three Gunas intermingling, and mixing in different proportions.   Thus, according to Samkhya philosophy, the coming together of Purusha and Prakriti is responsible for the creation of both tangible materil along with the intangible elements such as the mind, intellect and ego.   Each guna rises by dominating the other two gunas. The stages of Gunas, qualities, are the defined, undefined, indicated and non-indicated. The Sanskrit / Malayalam word “guna” literally means quality, attribute, or characteristic.  This universe is constituted of three Gunas. The combination of the three Gunas has produced this universe. It is subject to modifications.   A disturbance in the equilibrium of the three Gunas has projected this universe. When one guna in an object reaches a predominant state that the other two gunas cannot affect it, we have creation.  The relation between Purusha and Prakriti may be compared to that between a magnet and a piece of iron. Purusha itself does not come into contact with Prakriti. But it influences Prakriti by induction .  Thus, the Prakriti is prompted to produce. As the gunas undergo more and more changes, Prakriti goes on differentiating into numerous, various world-objects. Thus it becomes more and more determinate. This is what is termed as evolution.   All the levels of manifestation of the human (gross and subtle) are Prakriti, but have life due to the infusion of Purusha.. It is the primordial state of matter, even prior to matter as we know it in the physical sense. Prakriti manifests as the three gunas and the other evolutes. To attain spiritual liberation, a spiritual aspirant has to transcend these three gunas.. The man who identifies himself more with his Jeevaatman, instead of his physical body, is victorious in shaking the shackles of the three Gunas and comes to be called, the Gunaateeta. His attitude of mind is perfectly balanced. He is completely unmoved by whatever changes that take place around him or even to his own body. He becomes so much one with his Self and the Supreme Spirit (Paramaatman) that he looks at his body and the rest of the world with complete detachment..Power of maya robs one’s discretion. Maya consists of the three gunas: sattva, rajas and tamas.  The three gunas are the main qualities of Maya that all the forms of creation manifest through.  So, the Hindus see all of nature as being made of the three gunas. One of the 6000 year old Bhagawad Gita’s prime contributions to understanding the human condition is its explication of the three gunas, or what we call the modalities of nature..Understanding the gunas by SVADHYAYA helps you see things more clearly. It helps you understand the quality of your thoughts, actions, and the things with which you engage.

1309)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

2.20 -- drashta drishimatrah shuddhopi pratyayanupashyah

The seer is pure consciousness. He witnesses nature without being reliant on it.

The seer ( unlike a schizophrenic ) has a clear boundary between the real physical world and the invisible world.. This sutra moves on from nature to soul, the Supreme Seer, the absolute knower. It is the pure essence of consciousness beyond words. Though the soul is pure, it is liable to see through its agent, the intelligence (buddhi) and being carried away by the manipulation of nature, it loses its identity. The previous sutra dealt with nature (prakrti) and discernible objects. Here, the nature of the seer, the soul (purusa) is described. Atma, drasta and drsimatrah are terms which illustrates the innate nature of the seer. Intelligence obscures consciousness in such a way that it comes to identify itself as the true seer and forgets the soul. But if intelligence can keep its power of discernment, consciousness too will remain uncoloured. If consciousness is clear, the seer is un-obscured. Intelligence, belonging as it does to manifest nature, is constantly in the process of change, sometimes conscious and often unconscious. It is subject to sattva, rajas and tamas, while the seer, purusa, is beyond all these, immutable and ever-conscious. When you use psychic power you tap into the level of the universe, where individuality does not exist. At this level each of us is a part of a universal and cosmic consciousness where we are connected as though held together by invisible threads. By learning to project your will and change your vibration through altering the state of your consciousness , you will begin to develop psychic powers. The expanded abilities of self awareness is abstract reasoning, free will, creativity, foresight etc.   Our culture is oriented towards reducing one’s self awareness rather than expanding it. Most people never raise their consciousness much above that of the beast and the spark of divinity within them remains dormant the whole of their lives . Perception occurs in the gap of alert attention. This is the inner space. When you visit new places , the experiencing and sense perception takes up more of their consciousness than thinking . You can create a gap in the mind stream simply by directing the focus of your attention into the NOW.  Consciousness enables us to think and at the same time observe our thinking process. The brain without consciousness is inert and lifeless.  Consciousness is a form of matter just as matter is a form of consciousness. All atoms in the entire universe are capable of mind reading and communicating with other atoms. Our consciousness is a cosmic DVD player. India there is the ancient tradition of the enlightened sage, the one who breaks free of ordinary human conditioning and attains a state called "awakening”…By various means such as deep meditation or by pure devotion, or by the control and understanding of the mind these historical figures broke through into universal consciousness itself, and beyond that even, into the pure awareness of the absolute. They experienced a quantum leap and a arrived a state that cannot be defined and described. People simply called them the enlightened ones. Cosmic Consciousness lies in a mystic state above and beyond Self-consciousness, which is an acute sense of self-awareness.

1310)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     in our puranas vishnu takes his second avatar as kurma ( tortoise ) to do the samudra manthan ( churning of cosmic ocean ).. in this episode vishnu cuts of the heads of two asuras rahu and ketu bfore they could drink the amrit ( ambrosia ).. this episode has been the subject of ridicule by the white man , who called our gods killers and hinduism as a savage, superstitious  religion.  a conman guru whom modi gave padma vibhushan award named sri sri ravishankar ( with a girlie voice and fingers ) even said shiva and vishnu had homosexual anal sex and produced ayyappa..  this idiot does not know that rahu/ ketu/ vishnu/ shiva are all cosmic allegories while ayyappa , the ninth avatar of vishnu is a mortal..

1311)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   rahu and ketu has been describe in our scriptures penned down 7000 years ago, in scientific terms .. during this time the white man was running around nakes , doing grunt grunt for language..   vedas and upanishads were for the intelligensia, while purana lore personalising cosmic allegories was for the common layman and children .. even today the white man with his shallow mind cannot understand the amazing science behind rahu and ketu..

1312)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  in indian astrology rahu and ketu are cosmic allegories who substitute planets uranus, neptune and pluto ( along with moon ) in kerala astrology , as these planets are too far away and remain in one single rashi for too long.. it has been established beyond doubt by astrology that lunar nodes rahu and ketu influence an individual’s life, at times more than other planets…   the planets first computer antikythera mechanism was retrieved from the meditternean sea off crete in 1901.. this computer had perpetual motion.. like in kerala astrology planets uranus  ( shweta ) , neptune ( shyama ) and pluto  ( teevra ) were ignored.  instead rahu, ketu and moon were used..

1313)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    in hindu astronomy, the nodes are considered with the seven planets among the nine navagrahas; the ascending node is called rahu and the descending node is called ketu..    sage varahamihira in brihat samhita ( 2660 bc ) devoted one chapter to rahu and ketu and considered them not any celestial physical body like other planets but as the nodes of the moon, ie, points of intersection of orbits of the moon and the earth.   in surya siddhanta written 5500 years ago, they are considered as nodal points which are now known as chaya griha ( shadowy planets).

1314)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   the moon’s orbit around the earth intersects the ecliptic ( sun’s path ) at two points. these two points are the nodes of the moon. the north node of the moon (rahu) is where the moon crosses from south to north, called the ascending node. this symbolizes the birth into the material manifestation. the south node (ketu) is where the moon crosses from north to south, called the descending node. this symbolizes our leaving the material plane for the spiritual realm.

1315)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   rahu and ketu are the north and south lunar nodes causing the sun and moon eclipses. a lunar eclipse happens when the earth, sun and moon align in space, with earth in between the sun and moon. at such times, earth’s shadow falls on the full moon, causing a lunar eclipse.  the moon's orbit is inclined about 5.14° to the ecliptic; hence, the moon can be up to about 5° north or south of the ecliptic. the ecliptic is inclined about 23.44° to the celestial equator, whose plane is perpendicular to the rotational axis of earth.  a solar eclipse happens at the opposite phase of the moon – new moon – when the moon passes between the sun and earth. the ascending node is referred to as rahu its symbol is u+260a.svg. the descending node is called ketu and its symbol is the inversion of that of the ascending node: u+260b.svg.

1316)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   the ascending (or north) node ( rahu ) is where the moon moves into the northern ecliptic hemisphere, while the descending (or south) node ( ketu ) is where the moon enters the southern ecliptic hemisphere.  eclipses involving the moon occur only near the lunar nodes. a solar eclipse occurs when the passage of the moon through a node coincides with the new moon, while a lunar eclipse occurs when the passage coincides with the full moon.

1317) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—        the moon takes about a month to orbit around the earth. if the moon orbited in the same plane as the ecliptic – earth’s orbital plane – we would have two eclipses every month. there’d be an eclipse of the moon at every full moon. and, two weeks later, there’d be an eclipse of the sun at new moon for a total of at least 24 eclipses every year.  but the moon’s orbit is inclined to earth’s orbit by about 5 degrees. twice a month the moon intersects the ecliptic – earth’s orbital plane – at points called nodes. if the moon is going from south to north in its orbit, it’s called an ascending node.  if the moon is going from north to south, it’s a descending node. if the full moon or new moon is appreciably close to one of these nodes, then an eclipse is not only possible – but inevitable.  a lunar eclipse can occur only when the full moon is near (within 11° 38' ecliptic longitude) either lunar node, while a solar eclipse can occur only when the new moon is near (within 17° 25') either lunar node.

1318)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     again, the lunar nodes are the orbital nodes of the moon, that is, the points where the orbit of the moon crosses the ecliptic. the ascending or north node is where the moon crosses from south of the ecliptic to north of the ecliptic. the descending or south node is where it crosses from north of the ecliptic to south of the ecliptic.   eclipses occur only near the lunar nodes: solar eclipses occur when the passage of the moon through a node coincides with the new moon; lunar eclipses occur when passage coincides with the full moon. a lunar eclipse may occur if there is a full moon within 11° 38' (celestial longitude), of a node, and a solar eclipse may occur if there is a new moon within 17° 25' of a node.

1319)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—      the lunar orbit is inclined by about 5.1 degrees to the ecliptic: hence the moon can be up to about 5 degrees north or south of the ecliptic. the ecliptic is inclined by about 23.4° to the celestial equator, the plane that is perpendicular to the rotational axis of the earth.   as a consequence, once during the 18.6-year nodal period, when the ascending node of the moon's orbit coincides with the vernal equinox, then the moon reaches extreme northern and southern declinations. then it also has its extreme northern and southern azimuth points of rising and setting on the horizon; its extreme lowest and highest altitude when crossing the meridian; and potentially extreme late first sightings of the new moon.

1320)is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—      since the orbital plane of the moon precesses in space, the lunar nodes also precess around the ecliptic, completing one revolution (r nodal period) in 19 years .   once during the 19 year nodal period (when the ascending node of the moon's orbit coincides with the vernal equinox), the moon's declination reaches a maximum and minimum (northern and southern extremes): about 28.6° from the celestial equator..  the precession of the lunar nodes has a small effect on earth's tides.   the u.s. national oceanic and atmospheric administration (noaa) determines mean lower low water (mllw) at a location by averaging the height of the lowest tide recorded at that location each day during a 19-year recording period, known as the national tidal datum epoch..

1321) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     the planetary periods of vedic astrology provide an easy and comprehensive system for judging the effects of planets throughout out our lives. the planetary periods are the most accurate system of how the planets distribute their effects through time and different stages of our lives. the major seven planets plus two lunar nodes are assigned periods ranging from 6 to 20 years.  with the help of this dasha (major period system) a vedic astrologer can predict future events very accurately. however, western and other astrological systems do not have predictive capabilities as vedic astrology.

1322)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     the precession of the lunar nodes has an  effect on earth's tides.  precession is the change in orientation of a rotational axis with respect to a reference plane. the orbit of the moon undergoes two important types of precessional motion: apsidal and nodal. the axis of the moon also experiences precession.

1323) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     the first type of lunar precession is that of the plane of the moon's orbit. the period of the lunar nodal precession is defined as the time it takes the ascending node to move through 360° relative to the vernal equinox. it is about 18.6 years and the direction of motion is westward, i.e. in the direction opposite to the earth's orbit around the sun if seen from the celestial north. this is the reason that a draconic month or nodal period (the period the moon takes to return to the same node in its orbit) is shorter than the sidereal month. after one nodal precession period, the number of draconic months exceeds the number of sidereal months by exactly one. this period is about 6,793 days (18.60 years).   as a result of this nodal precession, the time for the sun to return to the same lunar node, the eclipse year, is about 18.6377 days shorter than a sidereal year. the number of solar orbits (years) during one lunar nodal precession period equals the period of orbit (one year) divided by this difference, minus one: 365.2422/18.6377 − 1.

1324) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    the second kind of precession of the moon's orbit is that of the major axis of the moon's elliptic orbit (the line of the apsides from perigee to apogee), which precesses eastward by 360° in approximately 8.85 years. this is the reason that an anomalistic month (the period the moon moves from the perigee to the apogee and to the perigee again) is longer than the sidereal month (the period the moon takes to complete one orbit with respect to the fixed stars). this apsidal precession completes one rotation in the same time as the number of sidereal months exceeds the number of anomalistic months by exactly one, after about 3,233 days (8.85 years).   the rotational axis of the moon also undergoes precession. since the moon's axial tilt is only 1.5° with respect to the ecliptic (the plane of earth's orbit around the sun), this effect is small. once every 18.6 years, the lunar north pole describes a small circle around a point in the constellation draco, while correspondingly, the lunar south pole describes a small circle around a point in the constellation dorado.

1325)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    the nodes pass through each zodical sign in just under 19 months.. rahu is linked to the lunar perigee, or the point in the lunar orbit when the moon is closest to the earth, ketu is related to the lunar apogee when the moon is farthest away from the earth.  when the moon is near the perigee it is more than one tenth times as large in the sky as it is when it is at the apogee point. eclipses occur when the sun or moon pass over the nodal axis. at those time, the sun and moon line up in relation to the earth, increasing the gravitational pull which historically has been associated with tidal and geoseizmic events.  additionally, the full moon is often linked to emotional imbalances. the human body is  70% water it is also influenced by the extremes of gravitational forces, affecting also the mind..

1326)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    my wife and almost all ancient families in kerala consult the rahu kalam chart before we do something critical.  the benami media and their rationalist stooges were ridiculing our isro chairman from kerala for pressing a button taking care of rahu kalam and for praying at a temple- before sending our rocket to mars .  if the us president prays in a church, wwwooooh it is a damn good thing right ?  when the white man was running around naked doing grunt grunt, we already had our astronomical almanacs for several millenniums.

1327)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    in hindu astrology we leave out uranus (shweta), neptune (shyama) and pluto (teevra) as they are too far away to exert any major influence on humans and are also in one single rashi for too long.  instead we use the sun, the moon, rahu and ketu. there can be hindu horoscope without rahu and ketu.. in indian astrology the lunar nodes, known as rahu and ketu, have special powers in a rashi chart. often referred to as our karmic destiny, they indicate our greatest gifts and our darkest issues. your ketu is who you were in your past life while your rahu is who you were meant to become in this life

1328) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   there is a fundamental difference between rahu and ketu and the other planets. the other planets are bodies of physical mass having form, shape, color, gravity, atmosphere, motion etc.  rahu and ketu are two imaginary points in the heavens without mass, shape or form. they are the points of intersection of the apparent path of the sun with the path of moon, and are called chaya grahas or shadow planets..  as per purana lore since then, rahu and ketu were deprived of the amrit by sun and moon sneaking , they developed bitter enmity against the sun and the moon.

 1329) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    the nodal points of the moon what we call rahu and ketu are, clubs of magnetic and gravitational forces of two celestial bodies, the moon and the earth and hence are very influential on the life of mankind.  our bodies are full of water and are affected like the earths tides . these points affect our central nervous system as well as sympathetic and para-sympathetic nervous systems which work on the principles of electro-magnetic systems.   they have direct impacts on the generation of signals of informations in neurons and neuro-transmitters and their movement from brain to various parts of our body and back to the brain.  the nodal points (rahu and ketu) are psycho-somatic which govern not only the stress level of our mind but also the activities of hormones, blood circulation and function of the heart.

1330) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   north node rahu is like gravity- pulling us toward something whether we really want to or not, whether we have agency over this desire or not. the south node ketu is like anti-matter in a natal chart.  the ascending point is called "rahu" and descending point - "ketu". these have retrograde motion in the zodiac at the rate of 19°20' per year. rahu takes us into the physical world and ketu takes us out of it.   we ( souls ) are all the inhabitants of the shadow planet where  rahu and ketu are north and south poles .   it represents the earth on the rashi chart .

1331)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  when the lunar nodes are combined with another planet they take on the quality of that planet. each combination will produce very different results. the north node of the moon (rahu) is where the moon crosses from south to north, called the ascending node. this symbolizes the birth into the material manifestation.   the south node (ketu) is where the moon crosses from north to south, called the descending node. this symbolizes our leaving the material plane for the spiritual realm.

1332)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   since rahu and ketu are in exact opposition to each other, their effect should be considered simultaneously.  rahu has the properties of shani (saturn) whereas ketu has the influence of mangala (mars).   they indicate the precise point of the harmony with the three most important influences in our life- the sun, the earth and the moon. this relationship plays an important part in the enfolding of individual consciousness.  their role as karmic indicators of our life is connected with their power to cause eclipses.  the eclipses occur in the vicinity of rahu ketu during the full moon and the new moon. (during new moon when it is +/- 18 degrees from rahu ketu, the solar eclipse takes place. at the full moon +/- 11 degrees 15' from the nodal position, the lunar eclipse takes place.)

1333)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    as  rahu and ketu symbolically eclipse the sun (consciousness) and the moon (the mind), they have a great part to play in darkening our perspective in order to bring in new light. they deal with the concept of death and re-birth, transformation and regeneration.  rahu and ketu have been given the status of planets to emphasise their significance and the importance placed on eclipses.   they have no substance and are physically non-existent. yet their influence is full of potency and spiritual significance.

1334)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   rahu and ketu work in unison 180 degrees apart, two opposite points in the zodiac with a mission to churn our lives in order to externalize hidden potential and wisdom. in keeping with their shadowy nature, they work on a psychological level.   it is always difficult to gauge their effect because their main concern is with our emotional makeup. they effect us internally. we are unaware of what exactly is happening to us at the time.. ketu deals with the past karma and rahu with the future.

1335)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   the five instincts that keep us attached to the materialistic purpose of life are kaam (desire, passions) krodh (anger) madh (intoxicants- drugs, alcohol etc) moh (attachment) lobh(greed) and matsaya(jealousy).  we need to control our instincts rather than allowing ourselves to be controlled by them. both rahu and ketu have the ability to keep our mind focused on these instincts- rahu by exaggerating and ketu by obscuring or blocking.

1336)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   we are tied down to the cycle of unhappiness and dissatisfaction as we cannot break away from our lower selves. we are born again and again to experience the pleasures and pains of the earthly life until we recognise them to be the illusions that they are.  rahu ketu deals with the inner fight within us, the moral and the social choices we have to constantly make and the inner dilemmas.  rahu takes people off their dharmic past path to tempt them on the road of self destruction. ketu is considered the keeper of the book of our life- past and present karmas. ketu deals with the past karma and rahu with the future.

1337) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    these nodal points rahu and ketu affect our central nervous system as well as sympathetic and para-sympathetic nervous systems which work on the principles of electro-magnetic systems.  the nodal points are psycho-somatic which govern not only the stress level of our mind but also the activities of hormones, blood circulation and function of the heart.    they have direct impacts on the generation of signals of informations in neurons and neuro-transmitters and their movement from brain to various parts of our body and back to the brain.

1338)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   rahu takes us under its spell with the illusions of this world, the promise of happiness, leaving us with a sense of wanting: “if i could only have more of the things that give me pleasure”. but of course, this only leads to insatiable desires. we can never have enough. this is the venomous bite of rahu.  conversely ketu strips us of the objects of our desires, revealing that nothing in this world gives us security and permanence. it is essentially the process of enlightenment, when we come to realize that ultimately, it is all an illusion. nothing of this material world lasts, therefore; it is all an illusion or maya.   ketu is the bringer of enlightenment through the realization of this truth. ketu is the release of this world.   the strength of rahu and ketu when compared to other planets is very high by thousands of times or more.

1339)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  we ( souls ) are all the inhabitants of the shadow planet where  rahu and ketu are north and south poles .   it represents the earth on the rashi chart .   rahu and ketu are the indicators of destiny and fate, symbolizing our entrapment in this physical plane.  the true node, also known as the north node, is your karmic direction in this lifetime. like a lighthouse, it points the way towards your destiny. rahu is personified as a diplomat and a shadowy planet and a legendary deceptor when disposed beneficially. rahu is related to crisis due to manipulation. ketu is dry and fiery in nature. ketu can bring about sudden, explosive events. in mundane astrology, it is related to spiritual people and people that become isolated from others, for a number of reasons. this last element seems to resonate with ketu being linked to the apogee and thus being associated with the moon when it is furthest from the earth. rahu and ketu of a birth chart, also known as the "nodes of fate," are actually lunar nodes and can be thought of as helpful astrological pointers that usher us directly toward our most fulfilling spiritual life path. they also tell us what skins we must shed in order to get there.

1340)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   nodal points (rahu and ketu) are psychosomatic, which govern not only stress level of our mind, but also the activities of hormones, blood circulation and function of the heart.   rahu is the immature child with in us, he want everything which he like. he is our deepest subconscious material desire. rahu is obsession over the things that we need to learn a soul lesson in this life, so that eventually we are free of them, but usually through many painful mistakes and subconscious imagined fears, hypnotic attachments.  ketu is the inner parents who knows everything. ketu  is our past life experience which we already know. this is why ketu brings doubt and sharp criticism to the areas of life where he sitting in the birth chart. he is eternally unsatisfied, he only observe what missing.   both nodes are the illusion of what we don't know and what we know. it is the push and  pull of rahu obsession and ketu doubt teaches us the lesson of life so that we can liberate from this world and be one/merge with universes.

1341)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  if rahu is well-placed in a horoscope, it will bring power and material success. if it is not well-disposed, it can cause a lot of problems. one may expect professional setbacks, loss of work and friends, and the possible break-up of a marriage during its major and sub-periods. rahu is said to give similar effects as saturn.  if ketu well-placed, it will works towards providing knowledge and moksha, the final liberation from cycle of birth and death. a poorly disposed ketu can also create total chaos. there may be monetary setbacks,personal unhappiness  or a feeling of alienation, which can even result in withdrawal from materialistic life. it is said to produce the same effects as mars.

1342)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   the heavenly bodies called planets or grahas move, generally from west to  east, in the foreground of the fixed rasis and nakṣatras.  the name graha  ( sanskrit / malayalam ‘to grasp’) derives from the fact that while moving against  the background of the nakṣatras, they appear to get control of one  nakṣatra after the other. vedic astrology recognizes nine grahas: sun,  moon, mars, mercury, jupiter, venus, saturn, rahu and ketu.   of course,  the sun is a star, the moon is a satellite of the earth, and rahu and ketu are  mathematical points on the zodiac, but vedic astronomy and astrology  refer to all of them as grahas. the grahas (appear to) revolve around the  earth along the path of the zodiac.  in vaastu sw ( kanni moola ) is so important , as it is  ruled by rahu which  governs luck, finance, health and stability.   ketu deals with the past karma and rahu with the future..

1343) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  rahu and ketu are  the only two “shadow planets” that is not worshipped as a god in indian mythology. they do not own any signs, but they do own nakshatras. when all the planets are hemmed between rahu and ketu (i.e., the moon's north node and the moon's south node), kaalsarpa yogam ( not dosham ) is formed.  kalasarpa yogam is a karmic dosha that may run across the generations—bad luck galore .   people go for kalsarpa shanti pooja to trimbakeshwar temple at nasik  or mannarshala snake grove in kerala or kukke subraanya temple karnataka....

1344) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   in medieval arabic texts, the nodes are referred to as ras wa dhanav al-tinnin .  it is a lift from astrology of the danava cililization centered in kerala..the ascending node is referred to as the dragon's head ( rahu  - caput draconis )  with the astronomical or astrological symbol of and the descending node is known as the dragon's tail ( ketu -  cauda draconis)  with the symbol . the north and south nodes are an axis, always in perfect opposition to each other, so the signs are affected in pairs (aries/libra; pisces/virgo; aquarius/leo etc). all the planets have nodes except the sun and the earth, but the moon's nodes are by far the most significant, in terms of human destiny. their capacity to swallow the sun and the moon make them the most powerful influences in the zodiac. the energy dragon represents cosmic law—which everyone, even the sun and the moon, have to obey.

1345)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  many of the most serious and traumatic catastrophes involving fire, bad weather and loss of life occur in association with eclipses, when the sun and moon are conjunct the moon's nodes, especially when other unfortunate planetary aspects coincide.

1346) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  rahu represents your karmic objectives in this lifetime. it points the way towards soul growth and evolution. the sign holding your rahu reveals the flavour of your karma in this lifetime, while its house placement shows the area of life in which you need to develop, or become conscious of this karma. aspects to rahu concern or affect relationships to prevailing trends, attitudes and opportunities. rahu marks sets of circumstances that are in some way new or unfamiliar, an exploratory course that leads to the realisation of the desires and past-life commitments expressed by the placement of ketu.

1347) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   positive aspects to rahu are generally favourable from the benefics (venus and jupiter), sun, moon and mercury, whilst sextile or trine from mars, uranus, saturn, neptune and pluto also have beneficial effects. square and opposition from the benefics and conjunction, square and opposition from the malefics (mars and saturn; uranus) are unfortunate, according to the matters signified by the house and planet concerned.

1348) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    past life hangovers are represented by the position and aspects of ketu. this in a sense is a "comfort zone" but the growth patterns expressed through rhu find their origins in a longing, or an urge for fulfilment in areas marked by ketu’ position in the chart. this is a very important position and often provides great insight into the urges that drive our lives.

1349) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  aspects to ketu display the results of innate unconscious tendencies and karmic patterns as they emerge in life. they tend to be separative and destructive. any aspect to the ketu from any planet is unfortunate for matters to do with the house and planet activated thereby.

1350)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  the position of  ketu is generally indicative of past life connections or commitments in a relationship analysis. relationships that seem somehow fated or inevitable usually have a strong ketu connection. aspects thereto are also most interesting (especially if a pre-natal eclipse falls there), whether natally or in conjunction with a progression or major transit.

1351)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  ketu marks relationships with a genuinely karmic quality, often signifying the emergence (and sometimes finalising) of commitments from the deep past. rahu is more concerned with activating or energising personal ambitions, aims and developing purposes. the moon's nodes move back by transit to their birth position once every 18.6 years or so, when the transiting nodes form a conjunction with the natal nodes. this means that in our 19th year, we have what astrologers call a nodal return.

1352) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  code 19 incorporated in the koran if part of mount meru mysticism, it represents the 19 year metonic cycle , where the sun , moon and earth line up in the same relative positions once every 19 years . the metonic cycle is the moon's 19 year cycle where the moon returns to exactly the same place (at the same longitude and against the same constellation) in the sky with the same phase.

1353) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   metonic cycle, in chronology, a period of 19 years in which there are 235 lunations, or synodic months, after which the moon's phases recur on the same days of the solar year, or year of the seasons. it takes 33 years for the cycle of lunar years to get back to the original position.. islamic rosary has 33 beads ..  a saros cycle is approximately 6585.3211 days, or 18 years, 11 days, 8 hours in length. one saros period after an eclipse, the sun, earth, and moon return to approximately the same relative geometry, a near straight line, and a nearly identical eclipse will occur.

1354)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   in indian astrology, rahu dasha is 18 years.. rahu was  the demon or disembodied head who caused eclipses. he devours and never  digests, so that the appetite is insatiable. in the birth chart, rahu is said to have the  qualities of saturn. they are both material, disciplined and calculating.

1355 ) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    one complete cycle of the lunar nodes is 18.6 years. the mean node is the daily average of the 18.6-year retrograde cycle through the zodiac, which is about 3 minutes of arc per day. the mean node has a harmonic that makes it easy to remember its movement through the zodiac:

•          the cycle of the nodes through the zodiac takes approximately 18–19 years.
•          the transit of the nodes through one sign takes approximately 18–19 months.
•          the nodes traveling one zodiacal degree takes approximately 18–19 days.

1356)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   in one year, the mean node will transit just over 19 degrees of the zodiac. the 19-year cycle of the lunar nodes marks important transitions when spirit intersects the mundane. hence, at these pivotal points in the life cycle, we either face the dragon of our complacency or are called to our vocation. these are moments of destiny when it is possible to feel the spirit stir in the world.

1357)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   rahu and ketu are divine and exist on the same plane as the planetary gods, just as the lunar nodes exist on the ecliptic like the planets. the two nodes are pseudo-planets, since they are seen on the ecliptic. when the sun is near rahu or ketu, the eclipse season comes into being, and solar and lunar eclipses occur as the luminaries conjoin or oppose each other. there will always be at least two solar eclipses per year — one near rahu and one near ketu — which celestially reenact the mythic enmity between rahu and the sun.

1358) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    rahu and ketu are the points where the great planes of spirit and matter intersect, or where spirit passes through matter, implying that both nodes are vessels of the spiritual life. this is perhaps why they easily become identified with reincarnation and the eternality of soul.

1359)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   the solar eclipses occur when the sun and the moon conjoin together at the axis of the lunar nodes. the lunar nodes are the intersecting points of the solar and lunar orbits in the northern and southern side of the ecliptic. the northern intersection is called the north node or trahu, whilst the southern intersection is known as the south node or ketu. the lunar nodes always move opposite to each other, and in the direction reverse to the motion of luminaries (sun and moon) in the sky which is why their movement is called the retrograde motion.

1360)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   the luminaries always exhibit the direct motion, while the lunar nodes always the retrograde motion, but the five planets beside them that include mercury, venus, mars, jupiter, and saturn exhibit a combination of direct and retrograde motions according to their relative positions to the earth. meaning that the five planets individually have movements at times similar to the luminaries, and at other times the lunar nodes. the luminaries are the symbols of power in astrology, whilst the lunar nodes are the symbols of purpose. the luminaries represent the awareness that ushers humanity into the future with a better design and architecture to inhabit the earth, while the nodes make them discover the original intent in their creation by the knowledge of their historical experiences from the most ancient times.

1361) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    the awareness of the future gives power, and the awareness of the past brings in purpose, and together they give an objective value to the human existence because their works acquire a sacred and noble nature. the movements towards the awareness of future and past, towards power and purpose is consistent with the direct and retrograde motion of the luminaries and the lunar nodes. when the luminaries that represent power come in contact with one of the lunar nodes that represents purpose, they produce the solar eclipse. therefore, the solar eclipses are essentially the trials for human integrity.

1362) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  sun and moon are the luminaries of day and night respectively. sun represents the power of six day signs of the zodiac from aries to virgo, and moon represents the power of six night signs of the zodiac from libra to pisces. in a similar fashion, rahu represents the purpose of the six day signs, and ketu represents the purpose of the six night signs. thus, the power of the sun connects to the purpose of the rahu, and the power of the moon connects to the purpose of ketu.   the rest of the planets when in direct motion in the day signs connect to the power of the sun, and in retrograde motion connect to the purpose of rahu; while in the night signs in direct motion they connect to the power of the moon, and in retrograde motion they connect to the purpose of ketu.

1363) is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  rahu’s house position directs us to consciously participate in that area of life where both the inner and outer worlds collude in an encounter with our destiny. it is a sphere of life that beckons and invites us into its experiences. since rahu is often the place where we may momentarily experience the transcendent and spiritual aspect of the self, its house position maps the place where these experiences might happen.  rahu does not have a cumulative effect; in other words, experiences at this place are not sequential, but more arbitrary, and may seem to happen out of the blue. the random nature of rahu has to do with its subjective nature and entanglement with the paradoxical world of spirit. hence, the house position of rahu could suggest the setting where the encounter with the spiritual self occurs.

1364)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says— ketu in the opposite house may describe a familiar place, an area of safety, and a comfort zone which supplies an anchor. however, it is also a place where we can become fixed, caught in the safety zone of our complacency. therefore, it suggests an area we must leave in order to develop and explore our pathway. so, another metaphor we could use to define the nodal axis is that it is similar to a tram line: rahu is the destination, the station where the tram is headed, while ketu is like the departure point, the station where we embark. the nodal axis is like a track with its well-worn grooves near ketu.

1365)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  this southern pole of the axis is homeostatic; we instinctually return to stability at ketu. it is the counterweight that prevents us from capsizing, the ballast on our life journey. therefore, the nodal axis can feel like a game of snakes and ladders; once we have experienced the enlightenment of rahu we slide back to the familiarity of ketu..

1366)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   the white invader bastard gave bull using his fake mutts  that the soil where their asura blood mixed with divine amrit touched the ground , garlic and onion grew – and hence hindus should not eat garlic and onion –we will burn in hell ( when there is no heaven of hell in sanatana dharma )..  sanatana dharma does not ban onion and garlic.. these fake stories was cooked up by the white invader to make tattus our of hindu men..  6200 year old ayurveda texts of charaka and susruta do not prohibit garlic and onion..  rather they encourage it..   the only negative condition of garlic and onion is thatthey cannot be  offered  to god in temples or puja rooms..

1367)  is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   the fake garlic/ onion avoiding mahavira was cooked up by jew rothschild ..the real mahavira ( 24th thirthankara ) was a hindu born in 4500 bc not the fake mahavira born in 599 bc..when jew rothschild left india in 1947 , jains were filthy rich while buddhists were poor .. all this when there was not a single jain outside india or a single buddhist inside india when the white invader first came to india.. rothschild injected jew blood in jains ( kathiawari/ marwari/ palanpuri ) and used these jains in the higher echelons of his opium/ diamond business ..  gandhi who sustained opium cultivation in india was a kathiwari jain jew..   antwerp diamond trader nirav modi is a palanpuri jain jew..

1368)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     there is some bullshit story ( poison injected by fake kanchi mutt ) kamba ramaya about a maharishi catching his pregnant wife stealing and eating beef from a sacrificed cow -- which was meant to be used for the yagna ..  this beef was taken from her mouth and thrown away-- where bones became garlic and meat became onions.. this story is repeated in every literary fest..  the whole idea was to deprive the hindu blood of his hot kshatriya blood lacking testosterone  and mardaangi …

1368)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says —   The word yoga finds its roots in Sanskrit, which means “to yoke” the body, mind and spirit  together into one by intertwining breathing practices and exercises.. Sanskrit ( Malayalam ) root  YOJ  meaning "to yoke or join together."

1369)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says —    Hatha yoga and Raja yoga are two forms of yoga.  . Hatha yoga deals with the well-being of the physical body and includes all the asanas for body and mind benefits.    . Pranayama comes under Hatha yoga.   Ha means "sun" and tha means "moon." –this addresses Ida and Pingala.  Raja yoga deals with spirit and mind . It helps to get inner peace, meditation or dhyan, relief from stress which is the biggest problems in today’s life.

1370)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says —  yoga effects –
Improves lung capacity
Improved immune function
Improved sexual performance
Prevents premature ejaculation.
No need for body perfume, you smell good naturally, due to profuse perspiration
Improves flexibility and joint mobility.
Increases blood circulation.
Enhances digestion.
Eliminates toxins.
Improves REM sleep.
Increased flexibility
Increased muscle strength and tone
Improved respiration, energy and vitality
The maintenance of a balanced metabolism
Weight reduction
Cardio and circulatory health
Improved athletic performance
Protection from injury
Gets body to proper alignment
Revives atrophied tissues and tendons
Improves metabolism and reduces obesity
Chronic pain disappears when entire body is toned.
Increases lean muscle.
Increases lung capacity
Reduces migraines
Boosts energy levels.
Boosts strength.
Lowers cholesterol and triglyceride levels.
Stabilises the endothelium - lining of the blood vessels
Relief from lower back pain.
Gives glowing skin
Strengthens muscles
Gradually your breathing slows down
Chest breathing becomes belly breathing
Reduces atrial fibrillation (irregular heartbeat)
Improves body posture and hence prevents back pain.
Stretches, tones and strengthens remote body muscles.
Burns visceral fat leading to weight loss.
Boosts immunity at cellular level.
Alleviates menstrual problems and cramping.
Reduces sports muscle, tendon, ligament injuries.
More powerful sexual orgasms.
Increases body awareness
Releases lactic acid buildup.
Increases range of motion in the joints.
Increases endurance
Helps develop motor skills for kids.
Improves balance.
Improves coordination.
Improves respiration
Improves circulation of blood.
Helps to prevent loss of bone density (osteoporosis).
Improves lymphatic functioning.
Helps prevent hardening of the arteries.
Improves digestion and elimination processes
Helps to detoxify the body.
Improves endocrine functioning
Improves agility.
Improves reaction time.
Improves symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome
Makes female labor shorter and easier.

1371)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says —  yoga effects –
Reduced food cravings
Calms the nervous system for the whole day
Makes you more relaxed
Keeps you in the present .
Gives greater through control.
Increases mental clarity.
Improves concentration and focus.
Improves self-discipline.
Expands imagination and creativity.
Elevates mood and feelings of contentment.
Increases self-awareness.
Increases self-confidence.
Increases optimism.
Stress buster
Improves balance
Increases mental strength, or willpower.
Improves symptoms of neuropsychiatric disorders
Reduces symptoms of anxiety and depression.
Improves learning efficiency.
Improvements in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD).
Reduces symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Fosters a healthier body-image.
Improves emotional control
Improves self-control for better choices .
Prevents knee jerk inappropriate reactions
Increases  positive emotions.
Decreases  negative emotions. (Fear, frustration, jealousy , worries.)
Improves the mind-body connection.
Improves relationships with others.
Decreases feelings of loneliness (senior citizens  whose children have deserted them )
Increases sense of emotional healing and well-being.
Increases ability to handle disappointment and adversity.
Increases open-mindedness.
Improves intuitive abilities.
Increases sense of community. (When yoga is practiced in a group setting.)
Makes you more conscious of your breathing.

1372)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says —  yoga effects –
Encourages self learning.
Stimulates the energy centers of the body.
Increases ability to manifest positive experiences in daily life.
Discovers sense of purpose or meaning in life.
Creates a sense of being more in-tune with one’s inner consciousness.
Leads to a greater sense of connectedness to others and the world.
Develops a sense of connection to a greater cosmic force
Fosters a sense of gratitude .
Leads to a sense of fulfillment.
After a while you no longer just practice yoga - you live it.
Lowers levels of adrenaline, cortisol, and catecholamines (all responses to stress.)
Improves sleep and decreases symptoms and occurrence of insomnia
Elevates brain gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) levels.
Improves memory
Improves speed
Keeps away anxiety
Develops intuitive powers.
Keeps you in the zone.

1373)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says —  it is better to be a vegetarian when you do yoga, and better to have an empty stomach . ancient ayurveda says that 85%  ‘disease begins in the gut.’  some people who consume a lot of rare beef steaks struggle with a constipated colon .  they should not do any inversions for this reason, because the putrefied blood will rush to the higher organs and it will disturb the mind. 

1374)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says —  there can be women who look slim but whose abdominal cavity is densely padded with unhealthy visceral fat.   fat cells that accumulate around the organs in the abdomen are much more active than the ones found in subcutaneous fat. they secrete molecules that cause inflammation. there is a correlation between systemic inflammation and heart disease, diabetes and atherosclerosis, which means that more visceral fat increases our risk to develop these diseases. - 30 minutes of daily yoga routine, visceral fat disappears twice as fast as subcutaneous fat.

1375)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says —  body heat to burn fat is achieved by drawing the chin towards the chest in forward bends, thereby lengthening the femoral nerve and the spinal nerves as in surya namaskar.  this heat burns up and purifies visceral (deep) fat and subcutaneous (superficial) fat.  this sun salutation has been devised by seers-- not pea brained modern gym coaches who have muscle between their ears . these  dumbo coaches need to look inside their tiffin box to check out if they are coming or going.

1376)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says —  If the body is too acidic (low pH), then the body will attempt to protect itself from the acid by storing fat and using it as a buffer.   This is extremely dangerous because the visceral fat (the kind inside the organs and blood vesicles) accumulates within the veins and arteries, narrowing the passage available for the blood and gradually obstructs the activity of the blood vessels.  As a result, the heart is forced to overwork just to maintain the blood circulation.  If this continues to happen then the heart gets exhausted and a heart attack occurs.  This is known as arteriosclerosis. So the pH balance of the body is extremely important. The ideal pH balance is about 7.35. And most people struggling with their weight are too acidic.

1377)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says —   people in modern offices stare at computer screens for long hours.  some of these offices do not even have windows to allow natural light in ( flouting the laws of the land ) .they often feel rushed to meet deadlines and busy schedules. they breathe stale, central air-conditioned air instead of fresh, clean, oxygen-rich air.  if the nervous system is under stress then it will set of a chain reaction in the rest of the body. the body needs to be relaxed and soothed. this requires  finding the right balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system, which only yoga can deliver .

1378)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says —   people at the age of 60 know that their body is not flexible anymore. this would have never ever happened if they had done yoga at least twice every week in their past .  health is wealth. all the money in your bank is no use unless your health is good.  it is not too late—for yoga admits people of all ages, with various conditions . even if you struggle with conditions such as arthritis, osteoporosis, multiple sclerosis (ms), or chronic back pain that limits your mobility, there are exercises that can help. 

1379)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says —    yoga is a mortal enemy of inactivity which causes certain muscles and tendons to  become weaker , thus causing pain and stiffness.  the yoga teacher can guide them to a good start.  within a few weeks you can expect to gain flexibility in your hamstrings, back, shoulders, and hips.  as we age, flexibility naturally decreases, which leads to pain and immobility. yoga can ameliorate this irreversible process.   yoga teachers offer routines specifically designed for certain conditions, such as arthritis or back pain, so you can look for a program that fits your specific needs. this why a good guru is a must. he has the experience to know your condition.

1380)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says —  yoga  introduces you to meditation techniques, while sitting in front of your office computer , such as watching the breath and how to disengage from your thoughts.  yoga teaches you not to piss on the present – because you are addicted to staring at the rear view mirror of life. yoga allows you only darting glances at this rear view mirror , only to draw lessons. you will always leave a yoga class feeling less stressed than when you started.

1381)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says —   evil pharma is sabotaging yoga by selling insulated yoga rubber mats.  modi is demonstrating yoga on rubber mat , this shows how pathetic his basics are .. yoga requires you to be grounded to mother earth.   earth's electrons are the ultimate antioxidants, acting as powerful anti-inflammatories.  ideally you should be in  direct contact with the earth, rather than separated from it by a rubber mat.   if this is impossible walk on wet green grass immediately after the session.

1382)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says —   your body is capable of generating electricity. electricity allows your nervous system to send signals to your brain.   these signals are actually electrical charges that are delivered from cell to cell, allowing for nearly instantaneous communication.  the messages conducted via electrical signals in your body are responsible for controlling the rhythm of your heartbeat, the movement of blood around your body, and much more.  

1383)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says —   your biological clock even uses electrical activity in order to help keep your circadian rhythms in order.  you are, quite simply, an electrical being.   if electrical activity stops in your body, you cannot survive.  your cells generate electrical charges via electrolytes like sodium and potassium using a mechanism known as the "sodium-potassium gate."  when your body needs to send a message from one point to another, it opens the gate. when the membrane gate opens, sodium and potassium ions move freely into and out of the cell.

1384)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says —   grounding while doing yoga ( not meditation )  helps thin your blood by improving its zeta potential, which means it improves the energy between your red blood cells.   it takes about 75 minutes for the free electrons from the earth to reach your bloodstream and transform your blood.  hypercoagulable (thick, slow-moving) blood contributes to chronic inflammation, because when your blood does not flow well, oxygen can’t get to your tissues.  grounding’s effect on blood thinning is clear and real.

1385)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says —   colloids are held in suspension via a very slight negative electrical charge on the surface of each particle. like charges repel each other.  this charge is called zeta potential.  blood is a colloidal solution, and all blood cells have a slight negative charge.  zeta potential is a measure of the electrical force that exists between atoms, molecules, particles, and cells in a fluid.  zeta potential's strength determines the amount of material (nutrients, wastes) that fluids such as your blood and lymph can carry.    increasing the electrical force in the solution allows the fluid to dissolve and hold more material.   in this way, more nutrients can be carried throughout your body and accumulated deposits of waste can be removed.

1386)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says —  when the zeta potential is too low, blood begins to coagulate. this is a condition known as intravascular coagulation.  blood becomes a sludge that is increasingly difficult for the heart to pump, and decreasingly effective at performing the usual functions of blood.  "blood sludge" is widespread in the population (more than half the population will die from heart problems). blood is in constant motion at constant temperature and the ph of blood is fixed at 7.35 to 7.4, but its concentration of electrolytes is not fixed, and the electrolytes directly affect the zeta potential. suryanamaskar must be done in bare feet on bare ground with bare chest . the soles of most modern nike type shoes are made from synthetic materials that can isolate your feet and body from the earth.  evil pharma wants you to wear these modern shoes.

1387)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says —   when you walk barefoot on the earth, there's a transfer of free electrons from the earth into your body that spread throughout your tissues. the effect is sufficient to maintain your body at the same negatively-charged electrical potential as the earth. this simple process is called 'grounding.'   the earth carries an enormous negative charge. it’s always electron-rich and can serve as a powerful and abundant supply of antioxidant and free-radical-busting electrons.   your body is finely tuned to “work” with the earth in the sense that there’s a constant flow of energy between your body and the earth.  

1388)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says —      when you put your feet on the ground while doing yoga , you absorb large amounts of negative electrons through the soles of your feet.    the effect is sufficient to maintain your body at the same negatively charged electrical potential as the earth.   this simple process is called “grounding” or “earthing,” and its effect is one of the most potent antioxidants we know of.  grounding relieves pain, reduce inflammation, improve sleep, enhance wellbeing, and much, much more.   when you wear rubber- or plastic-soled shoes, or sitting on rubber mat while doing yoga, however, you are effectively shielding yourself from this beneficial influx of electrons from the earth.

1389 )   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says —       grounding your body is good for rem sleep.. an earthing mat can be used under your arms or feet while on a computer to reduce the amount of emfs you are exposed to. as long as the zeta potential (zp) of the system remains constant, the fluidity (viscosity) of the system will also remain constant.   but if the zp of the system is progressively lowered by the introduction of cationic electrolytes or polyelectrolytes, then the stability of the system will undergo progressive changes - from simple agglomeration to fluid gel formation - and finally to a rigid gel.   the minerals must be taken with the water in order to be effective, because intravascular coagulation is also related to insufficient water intake. potassium works better than sodium to reduce intravascular coagulation, in fact too much sodium in the diet is part of the problem.  to increase your zeta potential you must avoid aluminum. aluminum is used in water treatment plants to cause materials to settle out of solution. it does this by reducing the zeta potential.

1390 )   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says —     in your body aluminum does the same thing, causing coagulation of your blood, and deposits and plaques in your arteries, brain and throughout your body. aluminum is found in municipally treated water, cooking utensils, vaccinations, non-clumping  salt and baking powder, antiperspirants, antacids, drugs (read the label carefully), soft drinks and other canned goods where the plastic liner has cracked during sealing, and in other unexpected places.  better to have your beer from bottles . aluminum is a known neurotoxin that has been linked to alzheimer’s disease in many studies.   hilly billy yanks did not have the alzheimer’s  epidemic before the advent of soft drink  aluminum cans. aluminum  induces neurochemical changes.   abnormal accumulation of aluminum has been found in at least four sites in the ad-affected brain.   aluminum leached into food and accumulates in the body, it can lead to osteoporosis .

1391 )   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says —      one of the most common signs of excessive aluminum accumulation is hypercalcemia or high calcium levels in the blood.   calcium plays an important role in contracting muscles, releasing hormones and ensuring that your nerves and brain function properly.  high calcium levels, however, can interfere with these processes.  people who have kidney disease store a lot of aluminum in their bodies.  the kidney disease causes less aluminum to be removed from the body in the urine.   aluminium foil is only for cold foods--not for grilling etc --as leached aluminium will make food toxic.   foil can be used to retain heat of cooked food.
1392 )   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says —      when the human body is electrically grounded to the earth, random static charges and foreign electromagnetic fields immediately bleed off into the earth.  below: free radicals are unbalanced molecules that are missing an electron—these molecules wrench away electrons from the outer orbits of other stable molecules- causing a cascade effect. . the effects from free radicals can be explained in terms of rapid and violent reactions occurring as electrical charges are redistributed amongst the reacting molecules.  when grounded to the earth, there is a transfer of free electrons into your body from the earth itself.

1393 )   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   the earth's surface has a negative electrical charge which becomes a constant source of free electrons for our body.  these free electrons neutralize the positively charged free radicals that are largely responsible for the present epidemic of inflammation and inflammatory diseases.  now you get the drift why evil pharma is aggressively marketing insulated yoga mats.  the negative electrical charge that the body attains when electrically grounded to the earth is exactly what is needed to raise zeta potential to its optimal level.

1394 )   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --  in a modern study by cardiologists/  electrophysiologists found that 40 minutes of earthing raised zeta potential of the blood by 270%, restoring the zeta potential to its natural level..   hypercoagulable (thick, slow-moving) blood contributes to chronic inflammation, because when your blood does not flow well, oxygen can't get to your tissues.   walking barefoot can help ameliorate the constant assault of electromagnetic fields and other types of radiation from cell phones, computers, and wi-fi.  grounding facilitates the formation of structured water in your body.  grounding also calms your sympathetic nervous system, which supports your heart rate variability- this in turn promotes homeostasis, or balance, in your autonomic nervous system. wearing leather-soled shoes will allow you to stay grounded with the earth, as will walking barefoot.

1395 )   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  -- 
the following surfaces will not ground you:--
rubber and plastic
tar or tarmac

earthing is the best practice, and that consuming antioxidants is “definitely a drop in the bucket compared to what earthing by mother earth can do.    the free radicals that we build up throughout the day are positively charged, and the surface of the earth is negatively charged.   

1396 )   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     we get our vitamin d from the sun and our oxygen from the trees, and our  healing negative electrons from the ground .
other health benefits behind earthing:---
reduces inflammation.
improves rem sleep.
lowers stress by reducing stress hormones
normalizes biological rhythms including circadian rhythm
improves blood pressure and blood flow
relieves muscle tension and headache
lessens menstrual and female hormone symptoms
speeds healing of bed sores
can eliminate jet lag
shortens recovery time from athletic injury
weight loss

1396 )   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     modern science scoffed at ancient yoga .  then one fine day they invented eeg and were surprised to see that 7000 year old ancient indian scriptures on ida/ pingala alternate nostril breathing were 100% right.  eeg activity is produced by a neural reflex mechanism in the superior nasal meatus. your conscious attention watches the swinging gate of breath and selects the cohering rhythm to align your bio-system.   the nasal cycle is regulated by the sympathetic and parasympathetic branches of the ans. unilateral sympathetic dominance produces vasoconstriction and decongestion in one nare, while a simultaneous parasympathetic dominance exists in the other, producing a vasodilation and congestion of that nare, thereby reducing airflow.   hypothalamus directly influences the sympathetic innervation of the nasal mucosa. a lateralized vasoconstriction on one side of the brain and the relative dilation of blood vessels on the other causes the central mechanism to regulate the alternating dominance of the cerebral hemispheres.

1397)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     schizophrenia is associated with greater left cerebral hemisphere dysfunction and depression and other affective disorders are associated with greater right hemisphere dysfunction.    greater eeg amplitudes of one brain hemisphere correspond to predominant airflow in the opposite nostril. the nasal cycle is known to be regulated by the sympathetic and parasympathetic branches of the autonomic nervous system (ans).   forced nostril breathing in one nostril produces a relative increase in the eeg amplitude in the opposite hemisphere.

1398)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    eeg experiments have provided fool proof evidence for rhythms of alternating cerebral cortical activity during sleep, which are coupled to the phases of rem (rapid eye movement) and non rem sleep cycles.  this rhythm of the central nervous system (cns) demonstrates a tight coupling of the brain to the nasal cycle, where greater eeg amplitudes correspond to enhanced airflow in the opposite nostril.  this is why people who breathe through the mouth do not have rem sleep and are not so bright.

1399)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    7000 year old yogic literature describes alternating breathing rhythm ( ida/ pingala ) with suggested period alignment with the external planetary and cosmic cycles.  enhanced cognitive performance was correlated with forced breathing through the opposite nostril, and forced nostril breathing exercises produce a shift in the dominance of the eeg amplitudes in the two hemispheres. forced nostril breathing can alter  cerebral activity. increased eeg amplitudes proved  enhanced mental activity.

1400)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    yoga does isometric exercise - without need of any equipment- by using body weight alone .   isometric exercise gives brute strength -- yoga was the first to introduce isometric exercise to this planet  . yoga includes isotonic exercise also so that contractile proteins are addressed.. isometric and isotonic exercises both build muscle.  the difference is that isotonic exercises involve contracting muscles while moving the joints around.  isometric exercises involve contracting the muscles while keeping the joints still.  you can find examples of both in yoga..

1401)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     each of the yoga poses is built to reinforce the muscles around the spine,  which is the core from which everything else operates. when the core is working properly, posture is improved, thus alleviating back, shoulder and neck pain. yoga asanas stretch and hold-  it causes  muscles to lengthen,  which gives the body a longer, leaner look.  muscles are challenged as the mind and body have to work together simultaneously to hold a position or continue a succession without giving up.  breathing, posing, moving and increasing flexibility happen all together at one time, which solicits a new level of discipline in your mind and body.

1402)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     Isometric exercises are one of the best ways to build core strength.  Isometric, stemming from the words “same” and “length,” simply translates to holding one position without moving.  Power yoga uses isometric exercises along with other postures that are designed to make the core and back stronger. Flexibility and balance stem from your core, so it is very important to train this area of the body.

1403)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --      an isometric exercise involves static contraction of a muscle without any visible movement in the angle of the joint.  the length of the muscle and the angle of the joint do not change, though contraction strength may be varied.  isometric exercise or isometrics are a type of strength training in which the joint angle and muscle length do not change during contraction .   isometrics are done in static positions, rather than being dynamic through a range of motion. 

1404)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     in an overcoming isometric, the joint and muscle work against an immovable object. in contrast, in a yielding isometric, the joint and muscle are held in a static position while opposed by resistance.  this is in contrast to isotonic contractions, in which the contraction strength does not change, though the muscle length and joint angle do.  an isotonic contraction is one in which the muscle maintains the same tension as it shortens.   suryanamaskar is isotonic .

1405)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     Isotonic contractions come in two varieties: concentric and eccentric. In a concentric contraction, the muscle shortens when its tension is greater than the force opposing it, such as your biceps does when performing an arm curl.  In an eccentric contraction, the force is greater than the muscle tension, causing the muscle to elongate; this happens when going down stairs or sitting down in a chair, as the effects of gravity add to the opposing force.

1406)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   isometric exercise can be done anywhere using your own body weight.  nasa has researched the use of yoga ( stationary isometrics plus moving isotonics ) in preventing muscle atrophy experienced by astronauts as a result of living in a zero gravity environment. contractile proteins are what cause muscles to contract and give them their physical strength .  two types of protein in your muscles, actin and myosin, contribute to the basic mechanisms of isotonic contraction.   during this type of contraction, thick strands of myosin and thin strands of actin slide over each other, producing shortening in each individual muscle cell and the muscle as a whole.

1407)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    during isometric contraction, your muscles keep their normal length rather than shortening or lengthening.   an example of this kind of contraction occurs when you hold a weight in front of your body in a fixed position. without your resistance, the weight would drive your arms and hands downward.  each posture, or asana, is held for a period of time and synchronised with the breath. generally, a yoga session begins with gentle asanas and works up to the more vigorous or challenging postures. a full yoga session should exercise every part of the body and should include pranayama (breath control practices), relaxation and meditation

1408)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    osteoporosis – a condition characterized by weak, thinning bones that can lead to serious fractures. by practising just 10 minutes of yoga daily, participants with osteopenia (the precursor to osteoporosis) built their bone density back up into the normal range, while several participants with osteoporosis improved enough to be re-classified as having the milder osteopenia. yoga helps every which way. when all is lost yoga is the answer. from helping cancer patients recover from chemotherapy, to helping arthritis sufferers regain mobility in their joints, it can provide symptom relief when nothing else seems to work.

1409)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --    suryanamaskar was designed to maintain  calcium balance and strengthen your bones.  suryanamaskar is done in early morning sun . the uv rays falling on your skin at this time are  beneficial in building vitamin d. calcium is required for making healthy bones.  calcium cannot be made by the body. the body gets the calcium it needs through the food you eat. if you do not get enough calcium in your diet or if your body does not absorb enough, your bones can get weak or not grow properly. vitamin d helps your body absorb calcium endogenously , when ultraviolet rays from sunlight strike the skin and trigger vitamin d synthesis. vitamin d promotes calcium absorption in the gut and maintains adequate serum calcium and phosphate concentrations to enable normal mineralization of bone .  without sufficient vitamin d, bones can become thin, brittle, or misshapen. 

1410)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --       in addition to its well-known involvement in calcium balance and bone metabolism, vitamin d has a number of other physiological roles, including maintaining muscle strength, modulating immune function, and regulating blood pressure.  vitamin d functions to help regulate cellular differentiation, the biological process by which cells become specialized for a specific function.  due to these physiological functions, vitamin d has been implicated in protection against muscle pain and weakness, certain autoimmune diseases, hypertension, and even some forms of cancer.  remember, your skin makes vitamin d from the ultra-violet light (uvb rays) in sunlight.  your body is able to store the vitamin and use it later.  

1411)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --       yoga poses are meant to train the body to be healthy and supple. consistent practice and application will result in improved posture, and an increased sense of balance, with head, shoulders and pelvis in proper alignment. additionally, unlike many other forms of exercise, yoga helps stretch and strengthens both sides of the body equally. proper body alignment and good posture, which helps maintain the natural curvature of the spine, is an important part of reducing or avoiding lower back pain

1412)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --       awareness of the body through yoga increases with practice. in theory, specific positioning and repositioning not only limbers the body, but also trains people to understand the limitations of their body. an increased awareness acts as a preventative measure, in that the individual will know what types of motions should and should not be avoided. back pain is associated with the way our bones, muscles and ligaments in our backs work together.

1412)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --       awareness of the body through yoga increases with practice. in theory, specific positioning and repositioning not only limbers the body, but also trains people to understand the limitations of their body. an increased awareness acts as a preventative measure, in that the individual will know what types of motions should and should not be avoided. back pain is associated with the way our bones, muscles and ligaments in our backs work together.

1413)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     susruta samhita ( 6200 bc )  writes about the mesentery as a full organ, which is stimulated by swara yogis.. modern science does not know about mesentery and what it does..  the mesentery is a fold of membrane that attaches the intestine to the abdominal wall and holds it in place-- a broad, fan-shaped fold that lines the guts..   the role of the mesentery, both on a structural and neurological level, has been understood by swara yogis.. yogis never get ibs or chrons diseas monopolized by jews.

1414)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --     yogis can control levels of serotonin in the intestine, which in turn regulates bowel motility.. serotonin is the major hormone regulating bowel sensory and motor function. it is secreted by enterochromaffin cells (ecs) of the bowel when enteric nerves are stimulated.  not only does serotonin have a direct effect on the bowel, it also influences the function of the mesentery as serotonergic neurons constitute 2% of mesenteric neurons . the bowel is a two metres long tube of muscle and functions at the motor level by peristalsis. it is suspended within the abdominal cavity by the mesentery . without this attachment, it is postulated the bowel would fold on itself and disrupt transit of bowel contents. structural changes in mesentery leads to ibs. 

1414)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  -- the mesenteric arteries take blood from the aorta and distribute it to a large portion of the gastrointestinal tract. both the superior and inferior mesenteric arteries arise from the abdominal aorta. each of these arteries travel through the mesentery, within which they branch several times before reaching the gut..  the term mesenteric artery is also used to describe smaller branches of these vessels.. these branches have a dense innervation by sympathetic nerves, allowing the brain to control their diameter and hence the resistance to blood flow to the gut.  this is of particular importance when blood flow is required elsewhere, such as in exercise or shock, where a large proportion of the blood is required to supply the needs of skeletal muscle; by constricting the smaller mesenteric vessels, the resistance of blood flow to the gut increases, and hence blood flows more readily to other organs..

 1415)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --   the superior mesenteric artery provides blood to the small intestine, cecum, and colon. the inferior mesenteric vein drains blood from the rectum, sigmoid colon, descending colon and splenic flexure.  the mesentery is a contiguous set of tissues that attaches the intestines to the posterior abdominal wall in humans and is formed by the double fold of peritoneum. it helps in storing fat and allowing blood vessels, lymphatics, and nerves to supply the intestines, among other functions.  the mesentery is a double fold of peritoneal tissue that suspends the small intestine and large intestine from the posterior abdominal wall.  the phrenic is the motor and sensory nerve of the diaphragm. the vagus provides the parasympathetic supply for all the organs of the thorax and abdomen. the courses of these two nerves are similar: they both start in the neck, run downward in the mediastinum, and pass through the diaphragm.

1416)   is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says  --       the phrenic plexus accompanies the inferior phrenic artery to the diaphragm.. it receives one or two branches from the phrenic nerve. the diaphragm is a dome shaped muscle that looks somewhat like an opened parachute. when the diaphragm is stimulated by the phrenic nerve it drops downwards from its domed shape, causing an enlargement of the lung capactiy and volume.   this causes a pressure imbalance; pressure outside the body is then greater than the pressure inside the lungs, so air is drawn into the body in a vacuum like effect. this is the action we experience as an inhalation..  yogis do not get mesenteric lymphadenitis which is an inflammation of lymph nodes.

1417)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

2.21 -- tadarth eva drishyasyatma

The very existence of the seen is for the sake of the seer.

Nature and intelligence exist solely to serve the seer's true purpose - emancipation.  Intelligence exists to serve as the seer's agent, to liberate the consciousness from avidya. If the sadhaka slackens in his sadhana and becomes inattentive, the senses agitate the seer and he is again hitched within the pleasures of the senses. This study of mind and investigation through intelligence is the innermost pursuit - antaratma sadhana. This sutra conveys that consciousness, the essence of nature, which is cognisable, exists for the sake of the seer who sees for the sake of seeing.  As a dancer,  after having performed for the observer , stops dancing, so does Prakṛti cease to perform for an individual Puruṣha when her task is accomplished—a corner stone of Samkhya Vedanta . The dancing girl dances as long as the male observer is there. The moment the observer ceases to look at her and understands the dance perfectly, she fails to amuse him anymore. Purusha, or supreme consciousness ( BrahmAn ) , is the impassive observer of all phenomena. She moves from transcendence to immanence and undergoes a series of transformations through which the multiform world comes into being.  Purusha, was never really in bondage, or enmeshed with Prakriti.  Prakriti cannot be perceived, not because of its non-existence, but because of its subtlety. It is perceived in its effects. Sankhya  accepts the principle of satkarya-vada, i.e. the effect exists in cause.

The ignorant differentiate between Sankhya and Yoga; not the wise. He who considers the two as integrated has the right insight – Bhagawat Gita (5.4) 4000 BC

I have said before that two paths are available in this world - Yoga of knowledge as followed by the Samkhyas and Yoga of action as practiced by the Yogins .– Bhagawat Gita (3.3)- 4000 BC

The root cause (Brahman) is to be apprehended by Samkhya-yoga - Svetasvatara Upanisad (6.13) -5000 BC

There is no wisdom like Samkhya – Mahabharata 4000 BC

In Sankhya, direct perception is the most important and fundamental source of all knowledge. When senses cannot directly perceive due to their limitations, inference is needed such as in philosophical disputations. The very existence of Purusa ( BrahmAn – morphogenetic consciousness ) is possible only through inference. Patanjali drew heavily upon Sankhya philosophy in the development of his Yoga Sutras, and many of the practical methods and techniques of yoga rest on Sankhya's philosophical foundations. . Yoga is  a complete exercise program for body,  mind and spirit. Sankhya as you can see was a masterpiece of modeling the ways of the inner universe. Maharishi Kapila said that the universe arose through the union of nature (prakriti) and consciousness (purusha).

Of all trees I am the banyan tree, and of the sages among the demigods I am Narada. Of the Gandharvas I am Citraratha, and among perfected beings I am the sage Kapila.-   Bhagawat Gita (10.26)

Sankhya unified the two concepts of science and religion by demonstrating its equivalence through axiomatic laws. The Sankhya system is based on Sat-kārya-vāda or the theory of causation. According to Satkaryavada, the effect is pre-existent in the cause. Philosophical texts from this era such as the Katha Upanishad, Shvetashvatara Upanishad and Bhagavad Gita have clear references to Sankhyan terminology and concepts. The Sankhya system is an evolutionary theory of matter beginning with primordial matter. In evolution, Prakriti is transformed and differentiated into multiplicity of objects. Evolution is followed by dissolution. In dissolution the physical existence, all the worldly objects mingle back into Prakriti, which now remains as the undifferentiated, primordial substance.  Tantric system borrows the abstract dualism of Sankhya and modifies it into a personified male–female dualism. The white invader converted Tantra into debauched sex. As we evolve, the spirit will control the mind and body to determine our thoughts, words and actions. At the apex of evolution, the mind takes its cues from the spirit and the body from the mind.

1418)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
2.22— kritarthan prati nashtam apyanashtan tadanyasadharannatvat

The relationship with nature ceases for emancipated beings, its purpose having been satiated, but its processes continue to affect others

As soon as the vehicles of nature which act as agents of the seer fulfill their task of freeing him from his mental and sensory prison, they are stilled, having reached their purpose. The bond between the seer and nature comes to a culmination. Nature ceases to exist for him. He is able to perceive his own form (svarupa). However, the vehicles of nature, elements, their subtle qualities, cosmic intelligence, individual self, ego, intelligence, senses of perception and organs of action are common to all, so for others, who remain caught up in the world's commotions, the bondage lives on. In the thirteenth chapter of the Bhagavad Gita, the one who sees the field (prakriti) as distinct from the knower of the field (purusha) is called wise.  Krishna advises Arjuna that "He who sees himself not to be the doer, he sees indeed (Bhagawad Gita  XIII:29).. The point of yoga is to have direct access to the intended world without the interference of impure residues. Mind is that which thinks in an indeterminate manner; the intellect is that which thinks in a determinate manner; the ego is that which asserts the individuality of one's own self. Yoga is control of the mind, restraint of the mind-stuff. Yoga is Chitta-vritti-nirodhah. As a word, vritti means literally vortex (of consciousness), or "circular activity with no beginning and no end". 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. 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. Purusha is the Witness. Prakriti produces effects for his enjoyment. Purusha is ‘solitary, neutral, a spectator, and non-agent’ (Samkhya Karika). Purusha is solitary because even though as consciousness he is the Witness to the effects produced by Prakriti and her three gunas, Purusha remains pure and untouched. The three gunas are born of Prakriti. It is their imbalance that causes the wheels-within-wheels to turn and produce the hologram. After a cyclical Dissolution of the world the gunas return to and remain in a state of perfect balance until next time of Creation.    Purusha abides in Prakriti (prakritsthas) as Witness to the effects of her gunas ( Bhagawad Gita .XIII.21).    Even though Purusha as Witness remains untouched by the gyrations and effects of Prakriti’s gunas, Purusha temporarily mistakes these ‘transformations’ as his own.  Purusha wrongly assumes that he is the ‘agent’ of Prakriti’s manifestations.   The Samkhya Karika states that it is his proximity with Prakriti that causes this false impression. In the process of his enjoyment of the world, Purusha begins to consider the polarities of pleasure-and-pain (sukha-duhkha), etc. as his own. This confusion, caused by attachment, eventually makes Purusha realize that he has become bound in the webs of Maya that are produced by Prakriti's gunas. Therefore after experiencing pain, Purusha realizes that he has become attached (guna-sangas) to those polarities which are the cause of the endless cycles of birth and death in both good and evil wombs (sad-asad-yoni-janmasu). The Atman enters into human bodies and becomes Purusha, which is Consciousness. Krishna tells Arjuna that the one who Knows from direct experience (vetti) this temporal and actually nonexistent ‘correlation’ between Purusha the real Self as Atman and the unreal Prakriti who produces the illusory, is not born again!  Knowledge of the Real brings release from endless transmigration ( Bhagawad Gita XIII.23).   Purusha is the Witness and experiencer. Prakriti works through the three gunas and the five senses to produce what Purusha experiences. Purusha would not develop this Discriminative Wisdom without Prakriti providing the experiences of pleasure (sukha) and pain (duhkha), etc.Purusha becomes indifferent ...The game is over once Purusha realizes the mechanics of their ‘correlation’ through his newly acquired Discriminative Wisdom. He recognizes that she is distinct from him. He comes to know her. The text says literally that she is ‘seen’ by him (maya drsta) and therefore he becomes indifferent (iti upeksha-kah). The one (Purusha) thinks: ‘she has been seen by me’ and therefore loses all interest; the other (Prakriti) thinks ‘I have been seen’ and ceases to act further. The writer of the Samkhya Karika compares Prakriti to a maiden who is modest in the sense of being extremely delicate with an acute sensitivity and ‘who cannot bear exposure to the prying glance of a stranger ... Having been seen (recognized)  once by the Purusha through discrimination, will in no case expose herself again. .  The gunas will cease their allure and stop the show-- destroyed like a burnt up seed ... We are told that perfect Knowledge is attained by this ‘recognition’ and afterwards Purusha ‘continues to live for a while invested with the body, just like a potter’s wheel continuing to revolve, even when the potter ceases in his efforts at revolving the wheel due to the momentum of the past impulse’ (Samkhya Karika 67).,, The attainment of ‘direct knowledge’ causes the ‘entire stock of subliminal impressions of deeds,’ which are the fuel of repeated births, to get ‘destroyed like a burnt up seed, and no more produces any fruit in the form of experiences of rebirth, life, etc.’‘ ... is not born again’.

1419)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
2.23— svasvamishaktyoh svaroopopalabdhihetuh sanyogah

The conjunction of the seer with the seen is for the seer to discover his own nature.

The powers of purusa and prakrti are designated for Self-Realisation. The purpose of their contact is the blossoming of their innate powers, and the seer's discovery of his own essential nature.  This sutra makes clear that a desire for synthesis or a close association or assimilation between the owner, the 'owning' and the owned has existed since the beginning of civilization. By the light of pure knowledge, the owner, the seer, perceives and cognises whatever is to be perceived or cognised through his association with nature. If this association is fed by ignorance, it leads the master towards enjoyment, desire, and complaints, and ties him down. But if non-attachment is garnered, it leads to detachment or renunciation - vairagya. If the master maintains constant vigilant awareness of his consciousness, associates with nature without attachment and stays a witness, nature (prakrti) leads its owner, the soul, to freedom – moksa. The cause of our pain or pleasure is always our joining ourselves with the body. The union of Owner (Purusha) and owned (Prakiti) causes the recognition of the nature and powers of them both. Union is necessary for the Purusha to realize himself with the help of Prakriti. When apart, they don’t express themselves. Through the Prakriti we realize that we are the Purusha. Perceiving the worldly objects is experience and perception of the real nature of the seer is liberation. True knowledge is not the real cause of liberation, but technically it is the absence of ignorance that results in liberation. Full liberation is a step beyond discriminative intelligence and involves complete separation between purusha and buddhi.   In sutra 2.17 Patanjali states that "union between purusha and prakriti is the cause of the suffering that can and should be avoided".  Now in sutra 2.23 we note that "this union between purusha and prakriti is REQUIRED to understand the true nature of the powers of both purusha and prakriti".  So, it seems as if this union is both good and bad depending upon how we look at it. 

1420)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—
2.24— tasya heturavidya

Lack of spiritual understanding (avidya ) is the cause of the false identification of the seer with the seen.

Avidya and maya are the same, but avidya is individual and maya is cosmic.   Maya is only an instrument that Brahman uses to project the universe.  Through maya Brahman projects Himself as many.  Amalgamating of prakrti with purusa can either lead to emancipation or block one's progress by enmeshing one within desires and emotions.  Avidya, ignorance or lack of awareness, is at the root of the confusion that fetches suffering to one as well as pleasure. Vidya (discriminative knowledge) destructs ignorance, because a fire will burn only as long as fuel lasts.  When discernment relegates doubt, pure understanding begins the process of disownment and detachment which releases one from the pinions of possessing and being possessed. Avidya appears in four stages: 1) dormant or inactive, 2) attenuated or weakened, 3) interrupted or separated from temporarily, or 4) active and producing thoughts or actions to varying degrees. Avidya means without Truth or without knowledge. It is the first form of forgetting the spiritual Reality. Ignorance is something that is removed, like removing a veil that obstruct the view. Then, with the ignorance removed, we see knowledge or Vidya clearly. Prakriti is known as Maya; when impure (being mixed up with rajas and tamas) it is called Avidya.  Once the basic principles of Avidya (Veiling, Ignorance) are understood, as well has how they progressively move awareness outward through Adhyasa (Projecting, Superimposition), it is easier to see the way in which these two are systematically reversed so as to attain the highest goals of traditional Yoga. With the rise of Vidya or realization, the entire effects of Avidya, even though beginningless, are destroyed together with their root – like dreams on waking up from sleep. The knowledge of the identity of the Jiva and Brahman entirely consumes the impenetrable forest of Avidya or Nescience. For one who has realized the state of Oneness, there is no seed left for future transmigration—seeds are fried. Nescience or Avidya has two functions: Avarana or the power to conceal and Viksepa or the power to project. You don’t see the universe as it really is because your perception of the universe is individual. You see things only partial through a little window of your eyes. This partial knowledge ( narrow window bandwidth / squelched senses ) has nothing to do with the totality of experience ( six blind men and the elephant ) and thus cannot be considered to be truth. The knot of ignorance and the knot of karma ( past soul samskaras /impressions ) compose the nature of avidya. Jiva ( soul ) is endowed with all the same qualities as Brahman ( mother field ), but jiva, through its association with avidya, thinks itself to be limited.  . When the jiva, the individual soul, learns to be free from the strong clutches of avidya, he realizes his true Self and becomes one with Brahman ( moksha ). You can remain in the bondage of avidya or you can release yourself. It is your choice. You are the way you are because you wanted to be this way. No one else has described for you or made any plans for you. This is your own planning. Each individual creates avidya. Thus it is your own ignorance and superimpositions that are responsible for your suffering. Without eliminating attachment and passions, spiritual knowledge does not arise. The joys of the sensory gratification that one delights in are short-lived, and when the fruits of these actions are exhausted, one again falls back into the cruel clutches of avidya or ignorance. Maya can be described as apparent reality—that which does not exist though it appears to exist. Ma means “no”, ya means “that”. An example of maya is a mirage in the desert. Even though you think you see it, it doesn’t exist. Maya can cause you to have an accident, but it cannot enlighten you. Maya is the reason you see the one absolute truth as many. Often our ability to see something, to appreciate its true nature, is skewed or hidden by the judgement we give it, the pigeon-hole we have prepared for it. .Old ingrained habits that do not serve us take time to break and some may never be broken. Behind the fears live the memories that gave rise to them . The cat who fell in hot water is circumspect with cold water too. We cannot disprove our past or invalidate our memories. We go back and work gently with what happened, see the memories afresh and hopefully find the strength necessary to free ourselves from their power with active help from yoga. It is painful to unlearn those deep, hidden and sometimes painful patterns that mask and influence the way we do things. Added to this are soul samskaras ( phobias )  picked up from past lives.. To say that we live in ignorance doesn’t mean that we are dumb or stupid, it is merely a realization that we are ignoring our true Self (that we live unconsciously while our true nature is pure Consciousness) and that this avidya needs to be removed.

“When all things that have a beginning are ruled out, what remains is the truth – which is the cessation of avidya or ignorance. You may regard it as something or as no-thing: that is to be sought which is when ignorance has been dispelled. The sweetness one tastes is not experienced by another: listening to someone’s description of the cessation of avidya does not give you enlightenment. In short, avidya is the belief that there exists a reality which is not Brahman or cosmic consciousness. When there is the certain knowledge ‘This is indeed Brahman’, avidya ceases.” Yoga Vashista

1421)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

2.25—tadabhavat sanyogabhavo hanan taddrisheh kaivalyam

The destruction of ignorance through right knowledge breaks the link binding the seer to the seen. This is kaivalya or emancipation.

By the removal of ignorance, conjunction is removed. This is the absolute freedom of the seer.  This sutra explains the effect of breaking down the link that binds the knower to the known. At this point, the seen loses its hold and influence on the seer, miseries terminate and the soul is heightened to experience perfect freedom. Yoga is specifically designed to help one avert the sort of slips and errors in one's conduct which store up future sorrows, and it builds up one's strength, vitality and valour to deal with the inevitable problems of life. 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. This is exceedingly difficult, but an understanding of nature will help. Humans are matter (temporarily) and live surrounded by matter. Interaction with matter or nature is the condition of one's life. Without discrimination one cannot break free, but with understanding and practice one can use this interaction to reach highest peace and bliss. One should exercise discrimination and thereby realise that attachment to sense objects which give instant gratification is the cause of bondage and non-attachment to sense objects leads to liberation. So it is mandatory that infatuation with sense objects is renounced. One should not debase oneself clinging to the lower nature like the animals. Attachment to worldly pleasures and hedonist values locks one to samsara or the endless cycle of birth and death while contrarily detachment from the infatuation of worldly pleasures frees one from samsara. 6000 years ago, in the middle of the battle field of Kurukshetra , Lord Krishna reveals the method of escaping perpetual incarceration in the material existence. 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. The seer is an absolute knower - awareness personified. Though pure, it becomes entangled in the illusions of the mind, which are part of nature. Yet the vehicles of nature are all there to help the seer to experience serene, pristine, divine purity. Then, the elements of nature and their counterparts ebb and unite in the root of nature, mula-prakrti.Perfection is attained when the intellect becomes as pure as the Atman itself. When the soul realises that it is absolutely independent and it does not depend on anything else in this world, this highest knowledge, Kaivalya, Purusha ( soul ) is ever pure and eternally free. He is always the silent witness of the play of Prakriti. Disconnect yourself from the Prakriti and become a Mukta Purusha. This is the essential teaching of Raja Yoga.  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, but at the same time, attachment to the Divine becomes even more essential. This is not the FAKE Bhakti Yoga thingy where singers keep wandering around singing praises of god and doing nothing else. Laws of Karma rule, they is no moksha without making the karmic baggage zero.

1422)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says— 

2.26— vivekakhyatiraviplava hanopayah

The ceaseless flow of discriminative knowledge in thought, word and deed destroys ignorance, the source of pain.

One must continually separate truth from untruth.   The means to liberation is uninterrupted discriminative discernment.   The steady flow of deep, discriminating awareness unravels the avidya (illusion) and leads to the liberation of purusa. The root word viveka means discrimination, meaning this deeper, discriminating awareness (vivekakhyatih) is the kind of knowledge that is beyond the senses. This knowledge is also beyond our intellect, and even our highest perception. Once we lift the veil of maya, our knowledge becomes even clearer, and we experience kaivalya, or liberation. The seeds of false knowledge need to be burnt up through unremitting yogic practices to maintain an unbroken flow of discriminative intelligence. Viveka is uninterrupted discrimination.  Viveka is the discrimination between the real and the unreal, the permanent and the non-permanent, Atman and Anatma.  .

1422)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

2.27—  tasya saptadhaa prantabhoomih prajna

Through this unbroken flow of discriminative awareness, one gains perfect knowledge which is composed of seven spheres.

According to Patanjali, the seven states of conscious awareness are - emerging consciousness (vyutthana citta), restraining consciousness (nirodha cittta), sprouted or individualised consciousness (nirmana cittta), tranquil consciousness (prasanta citta), attentive consciousness (ekagrata citta), fissured or rent consciousness (chidra citta) and ripe or pure consciousness (paripakva or divya citta). Samyama means  integration.  Dharana, dhyana (the seventh limb), and samadhi (the eighth limb) taken together compose samyama. By the practice of Samyama, the Yogi gets knowledge and powers. Patanjali says that samadhi appears when we are able to let go of our mental machinations, samskaras (past psychic imprints), klesha (afflictive emotions), karma (programming), vasana (habitual tendencies), and similar habitual impositions of conditioning and conditioned belief systems, which support the citta-vrtti (spinning or slant/tilt of the mindfield).   Since samadhi is essentially nirvikalpa (beyond concepts), and since concepts are built upon words, then obviously the words have to be let go. Dhyana (meditation) brings forth the dawning of an extraordinary transpersonal (more rarefied than the most subtle) consciousness which can not be brought about without the complete stilling (nirodha) of the ordinary mind which is constantly being modified, colored, and disturbed (yogash citta-vrtti-nirodah). The yogi’s true insight has seven ultimate stages. 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.

1423)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

2.28—  yogangganushthanad ashuddhikshaye jnanadiptira vivekakhyateh

By dedicated practice of the various aspects of yoga, impurities are destroyed - the vision of wisdom radiates in glory.

Patanjali summarises the effects of yoga in this one sutra. He says that by habitual and dedicated practice, impurities of the sadhaka's body and mind are consumed, the causes of adversaries removed and the crown of wisdom is acquired. This wisdom and accomplishment keeps the sadhaka guiltless and free of conceit. Here, instead of the usual word abhyasa (repeated practice), anusthana is used. It is a venerable and noble word with a spiritual significance, implying practice with dedication or religious commitment. The former brings stability; the latter develops maturity of intelligence. Yoga can cure or diminish one's physical, mental, moral and spiritual woes. Perfection and success are certain only if one practises with love and whole-hearted dedication. Upon the destruction of impurities as a result of the practice of yoga, the lamp of knowledge arises. This culminates in discriminative discernment. By the practice of yoga, impurities are destroyed. These impurities,  are nothing but the five kleshas – avidya (ignorance), asmita (egoism), raga (likes), dvesha (dislikes), and abhinivesha (fear of death) – discussed earlier. When impurities are removed, the light of full knowledge (jnana-dipti) shines through. Starting with this sutra, Patanjali shifts the focus from the highly theoretical discussion to a practical approach for the attainment of the goals and objectives of yoga. Because of the wide acceptance of these eight limbs of yoga, Patanjali’s yoga is often referred to as "Ashtanga Yoga" or the "eight limbs of yoga".  In Sutra 2.26 Patanjali stated that the state of "viveka khyati" (discriminative wisdom) is the cause for the elimination of ignorance which leads to the apparent union between Purusha and Prakriti. In the current sutra, he lays out the means to get to that state of viveka khyati.    Patanjali uses the term khyati  to mean  expound, so clearly that no ambiguity remains.   Khyati refers to the aspect of knowledge that clearly describes the defining characteristics of its object. By using this term, Patanjali is telling us that avidya-driven union comes to an end when our knowledge regarding the union of purusha and prakriti is crystal clear. Merely knowing that prakriti is the material cause of the universe and purusha is pure consciousness does not free us from misery. Such knowledge is purely intellectual, vague, and devoid of any practical substance. Khyati is totally different. It sheds such a powerful light on both purusha and prakriti that we realize instantly what we are. In the light of khyati, we know ourselves. We also know precisely what purusha and prakriti are, what caused them to embrace each other blindly and seemingly aimlessly, and what holds them together. At the dawn of this knowledge (khyati), we regain our faith and trust in ourselves. This gives us the strength to distinguish the real from the unreal, lasting happiness from short-lived pleasure, and true freedom from mere escape.This strength is called viveka shakti, the power of discrimination. This extraordinary knowledge (khyati), accompanied by the power of discrimination (viveka), here is termed viveka-khyati, the purest means of bringing this avidya-driven union to an end. Patanjali reminds us that this discerning knowledge (viveka-khyati) has to be strong and mature enough to withstand the test of time. We attain discerning knowledge with the help of meditation, self-examination, self-inquiry, and divine grace. After attaining this knowledge, we must make it firm with practice. We must not become careless. We must never forget how deceptive and powerful the veils of maya are; how undetectable her ways are of influencing our mind; and how important it is to safeguard and further nourish our newly discovered discerning knowledge.. Practice of these eight limbs of yoga serves as the cause in two categories – elimination of impurities and attainment of discriminative wisdom. Nine types of causes that are mentioned in the scriptures are:--Utpatti: production, Sthiti: maintenance, Abhivyakti: manifestation, expression, Vikāra: transmutation, modification, Pratyaya: cognition, Āpti: attainment, Viyoga: separation, Anyatva: otherness, differentiation, Dhṛti : sustenance ..Practice of the limbs of yoga is applicable as a cause for viyoga (separation of impurities) and apti (attainment of discriminative wisdom). Viveka-khyati is the complete opposite of avidya and is even more active.  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) and replace them with the samskaras of selfrealization (purusha-khyati/ atma-khyati). Discerning knowledge metamorphoses into an intense and irresistible desire (tiara samvega) to see and experience the absolute independence of consciousness (kaivalyam). The samskara created by this desire blocks all other desires. It grants us complete mastery over the mind and the subtle impressions deposited in the mind—as well as the binding and releasing forces of the mind that cause us to live in the world either miserably or happily. In other words, this knowledge contains an unprecedented level of revelation. When it dawns fully, the whole range of truth is available in its purity and perfection

1424)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says— 

2.29— yamaniyamasanapranayamapratyaharadharanadhy anasamadhayo-a-shtava anggani

Moral injunctions (yama), fixed observances (niyama), posture (asana), regulation of breath (pranayama), internalisation of the senses towards their source (pratyahara), concentration (dharana), meditation (dhyana) and absorption of consciousness in the self (samadhi), are the eight constituents of yoga.

This sutra sets out the eightfold path of yoga (astahgayoga), which Patanjali continues to describe in detail in the remaining sutras of sadhana pada. Restraints and observances that are bound by tradition and lineage follow uninterruptedly in the practice of yoga. Although asana, pranayama and pratyahara are separate entities, they depend on one another for expressing the hidden aspects of yoga. These stages, which enable the seeker to heighten in the art of yoga, are called progressive sadhana. Through them one achieves a higher and even more higher state. The first five aspects of yoga are individual efforts for the evolution of the consciousness, while dharana, dhyana and samadhi are the universal manifestation or the natural states of yoga (yoga svaritpa). The practice of yoga is an art and science dedicated to creating union between body, mind and spirit. Its objective is to assist the practitioner in using the breath and body to foster an awareness of ourselves as individualized beings intimately connected to the unified whole of creation. In short it is about making balance and creating equanimity so as to live in peace, good health and harmony with the greater whole. It is important to perform all the eight limbs successfully to attain the objective of yoga.

1425)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—

2.30— ahinsasatyasteyabrahmacharyaparigraha yamah

Non-violence, truth, abstention from stealing, continence, and absence of greed for possessions beyond one's need are the five pillars of yama.

The principle of yama involves wishing no harm in word, thought or deed; being sincere, truthful and honest; not stealing or misappropriating another's wealth or possessions; celibacy; and not accepting gifts or possessing only what one needs, without being avaricious. These rules and restraints are laid down clearly for one to live in society while remaining a yoga practitioner. The Yamas are nonviolence, truthfulness, refrainment from stealing, celibacy, and renunciation of ( unnecessary and superfluous )  possessions. The first two limbs that Patanjali describes are the fundamental ethical precepts called yamas, and the niyamas.   These can also be looked at as universal morality and personal observances. Yamas and niyamas are the suggestions given on how we should deal with people around us and our attitude toward ourselves. The attitude we have toward things and people outside ourselves is yama, how we relate to ourselves inwardly is niyama. Both are mostly concerned with how we use our energy in relationship to others and to ourselves. The yamas are broken down into five "wise characteristics." Rather than a list of dos and don’ts,  they tell us that our fundamental nature is compassionate, generous, honest and peaceful. Being the first limb of yoga, the five yamas are the foundation of spiritual life on which the super-structure of samadhi is built. Following the yamas means sticking to ideals and principles. It is about development of positive traits that will transform the human nature into a divine nature and annihilate cravings and negative qualities. When the yamas are truly practised, the heart is filled with cosmic love, goodness and light. There is a deliberate order in the five yamas. Ahimsa (non-violence) comes first because one must remove one’s brutal nature first. One must become non-violent and develop cosmic love. Only then does one become fit for the practice of yoga. 

Yamas ( universal morality)  are as follows:-- 

1. AHIMSA– Compassion for all living things. Ahimsa means you also do NOT approve of a evil man’s cruel actions of himsa and watch injustice as a coward and a impotent man—this is part of  ahimsa in its purest form. Ahimsa was the main theme of Gandhi’s non-cooperation movement in bringing freedom to India from the British. And he made sure that Jew Rotshchild robbed Bharatmata blind, while we ghumaaoed the charkha like napunksaks . Ahimsa as not injuring any living creature anywhere at any time within the perimeters of  dharma.  One must continue to perform one’s dharma even though it might mean killing , harmful enemies. Yogis should abstain from eating meat which involves nourishing one’s body by eating the flesh of other living beings. Being a vegetarian is an absolute requirement for an aspiring yogi. Ahimsa also encompasses giving up thoughts of malice and hatred as these produce tendency to hurt others through words or actions. Ahimsa is, more than just lack of violence as adapted in yoga. It means kindness, friendliness, and thoughtful consideration of other people and things. It also has to do with our duties and responsibilities too. Ahimsa implies that in every situation we should adopt a considerate attitude . On the spiritual path, the first step is to eliminate the beastly nature. The predominant trait in beasts is cruelty; therefore, the wise sages prescribed ahimsa as the first yama. Harsh words to vulnerable people and  inferiors is himsa (cruelty).. To approve of another’s harsh actions is also against ahimsa. So practise ahimsa in its purest form.

2. SATYA – Commitment to truthfulness . Speech should not be deceitful, misleading or devoid of value. It should benefit  and not harm anybody. Thought must agree with word and word with action. This is truthfulness. There is no room for hypocrisy. By telling lies you pollute your conscience and infect your subconscious mind. Truth means the strength to abide by positive principles. Speak the truth, but let it not be unpleasant and speak not any pleasing falsehood – this is eternal religion.

3. ASTEYA is not taking things belonging to others and not even having a desire to do so. Having a desire may ultimately lead one to stealing. Even if you find a treasure trove of jewels it should not be taken as it doesn’t belong to you. This also means that if we are in a situation where someone entrusts something to us or confides in us, we do not take advantage of him or her. Non-stealing includes not only taking what belongs to another without permission, but also using something for a different purpose to that intended, or beyond the time permitted by its owner.   Asteya is another form of self-restraint. Why does a person steal? He wants something. When he cannot get it by legitimate means, he steals it. Desire, thirst or trishna is the root cause of stealingEven a sensitive mind becomes blunt by continuous stealing. Even a little dirt, a little theft affects the mind of a yogic student seriously. He will have to be very careful. Then alone will he have success in yoga. 

4. BRAHMACHARYA is sense control and sexual responsibility . It has nothing to do with abstaining from sex or a ridiculous withholding discharge of semen even when sexually aroused  ( like what Gandhi did , sleeping under the same blanket with naked underage girls).  Brahmacharya does not necessarily imply celibacy as marital fidelity and dispassion from hedonism comes under brahmacharya .  Rather, it means responsible behavior with respect to our goal of moving toward the truth.  Brahmacharya is celibacy in thought, word and deed.  Brahmacharya is divine conduct.  Don't waste the sacred force by promiscuity in thought, word or deed. Be restrained with the opposite sex. Seek company of elevated souls. Dress and speak modestly. Shun pornography and crass sexual humor.   Swami Vivekananda gave us Jew Rothschild’s  bullshit — that power comes to him who observes unbroken Brahmacharya for a period of twelve years.  And he claimed he was one of those .  He wrote that complete sexual continence gives great intellectual and spiritual power and we can transform the sexual energy into spiritual energy- which  is pure bullshit.  Vivekananda attributed his phenomenal mental powers to a lifelong observance of brahmacharya (an extreme stage of irreversible sexual celibacy).   Sorry, this nonsense is not Sanatana Dharma. In his Raja Yoga, the Swami Vikananda gives bull - that through brahmacharya sex energy is converted into a higher form of psychic energy called ‘ojas.’ Ojas, literally meaning the ‘illuminating’ or ‘bright’ is the highest form of energy in the human body. In the spiritual aspirant who constantly practises continence and purity, other forms of energy are transmuted into ojas and stored in the brain, expressing as spiritual and intellectual power. Swami Vivekananda who claimed to be a brahmachari wrote “ A man who wants to be a perfect Yogi must give up the sex idea. The Soul has no sex; why should it degrade itself with sex ideas? –this is unadulterated bullshit which is not supported by Sananata Dharma. The white invader gave bull –that according to Ayurveda semen is the last Dhatu that is formed out of Majja or marrow. From food chyle (Rasa) is manufactured. Out of chyle comes blood (Rakta); out of blood comes flesh; out of flesh comes fat: out of fat comes marrow; out of marrow comes semen. These are the seven Dhatus.   Sorry, this bullshit is NOT Kerala Ayurveda. The most foul thing done was to encourage married men in Grihasta stage to practice Brahmacharya by sexual continence.   Gandhi used this lame lie , to discard his wife from his bedroom and take in a homosexual jew with an enema kit  .Later this German Jew was discarded to take in teenaged naked girls who would sleep with him under the same blanket and give Gandhi enema twice a day and vice versa. Brahmacharya is about restraint ( avoiding looking down a plunging neckline ) and not suppression of sexual desire. In restraint no sexual thought will arise in the mind. What is wanted is restraint and not suppression of sexual desire. In restraint no sexual thought will arise in the mind. There is perfect sublimation of sexual energy. JEW ROTHSCHILD TRIED TO CREATE A SYSTEM WHERE HOMOSEXUALS WILL HIJACK HINDUISM, BY USING VIVEKANANDA TO PROPAGATE SEXUAL CELIBACY..EXACTLY THE WAY CATHOLIC CLERGY ARE BANNED FROM MARRYING. IT WONT WORK. ALL OUR MAHARISHIS WERE MARRIED. But in suppression the aspirant is not safe. When favourable opportunities occur, the repressed desire manifests with redoubled force and there is danger of a miserable downfall. What is wanted is deep inner life. Open yourself to higher spiritual consciousness. Feel the divine presence and divine guidance in your life.. Do not hide your thoughts. Pray for light, purity, strength, peace and knowledge. You will be established in brahmacharya. Kama refers to all the desires in man for the enjoyment and satisfaction and sensual gratification of the five human senses. Kama could be music or being creative or team spirit in sport or travelling to places of natural beauty or sitting with family at the beach or riding a fast horse or participating in a arrow shooting contest  - anything which brings delight to human life and spirit . It has absolutely nothing to do with lust and sexual orgasm.   Kama would refer to the totality of the innate desires and drives of man-  motivations of man. Kama refers to the instinctive and emotional life of man, and provides for the satisfaction of his aesthetic urges. Bhagavadgita rightly points out, "The objects of the senses turn away from the abstinent man leaving the longing behind, but this longing also turns away after he attains Self-realization".This has nothing to do with sex and semen alone. Anything in excess is bad.  Even too much drinking of water or too much oxygen or too much can kill a human being.   In a broad sense, passion means any strong desire. In some children , there is an extra strong passion for video computer games . Passion done not mean a strong sexual appetite alone. This is a physical craving for instant gratification. Passion is a very strong desire.  A mild desire becomes a strong passion by frequent repetition or frequent enjoyment which leads to addiction. In old men and women, sexual passion gets suppressed naturally as long as the food is proper. It cannot do any havoc. It is only in young men and women who have reached adolescence that this passion becomes troublesome. This is why Sanatana Dharma has set a age for Vanaprasta ( 50 ) and Sanyasa stage ( 75 ) .In the vast majority of persons, the sexual craving is very intense.. In some, the sexual desire occasionally comes, but passes off quickly. There is mere agitation only, of a simple nature in the mind. By the proper method of spiritual Sadhana, this also can be completely eradicated. The whole idea of yoga is to harness such strong passions . Not marrying in grihasta stage or cutting off your balls to become a eunuch is not the solution. When you say , we must avoid car accidents while going to work, does not mean you stop working and stay at home. Only IDIOTS do this. You are expected to drive carefully in a sober manner  . 

I do not consider Swami Vivekananda competent to speak about love . Brahmacharya is restraining from perverse lust and unnatural sex.  A brahmachari can make love to his wife whom he loves . A lot of fake gurus are homosexuals and claim to be brahmacharis just because in their passport there is no wife’s name. Homosexuals are notoriously unstable and unreliable.  Marriage and family  is the natural path for humans by will of god.   Today if you marry a chutney Mary , she has nothing left to exchange for love but sex. Lust is just temporary commitment  that last only long enough to fulfill the base desire.  Lust is only interested is self pleasure as it is basically sexual greed. Lust is physical chemistry over a short period of time.  It is filled with desire, passion, acquisitiveness and intense animal emotions-everything which yoga tells to shun. Lust is what a man feels when he goes to a whore. Lust produces NO deep emotional bonding, what you feel when you love a person. Lust is an infatuation, while love keeps people together long after the infatuation has faded. . Love is an intense feeling of affection and care towards another person. If your partner is the first person that you think about when you want to share your innermost thoughts, then you may be in love. There is a great willingness to make sacrifices for another and working at settling differences. Love creates commitment to another and intentions are genuine intentions.  You don’t make an ass out of a person you love. Love fosters security, peace, inner happiness and a stable , solid partnership which can provide the ideal atmosphere to raise confident, content and secure children. Love is unconditional and the real deal. Love sees a bright future together . There is this feeling that your life would be totally empty without her. You want to introduce her to your family  . It becomes suddenly important to you that your parents like her, and that she gets along with everyone close to you.  You include her in all your plans . She challenges and motivates you.  She makes you happy, and you'd do anything to make her happy. If you’re truly hoping to find love, remember that love has to be nurtured like a plant. Lust is like a fart-breaking wind. Real love brings out the best in people. You know that it is LOVE when you do NOT need to get physical to feel connected to the other person. You feel complete and happy just holding her hand or talking to her. If at all you have sex with such a person you love, it is mind blowing literally an explosion of divine passion. Love accepts things as it is . The woman does NOT see the need to wear make up or put plastic in her tits to hold on to her man. In India no woman puts plastic in her tits ( or upper lip )  to hold on to her husband . The difference between love and lust is the attitude of your heart. If you’re in love, the attitude of your heart is one of selflessness, with the other person as your focus, whereas if you are in lust the attitude of your heart will be one of selfishness, with yourself as the focus. True love is driven by a divine desire to provide for, nurture and care for the other persons needs.  Love is when you want to do all you can for someone not expecting anything in return at all. We had Sri Sri Ravishankar ( with girly voice ) promoting homosexuality recently. What does this unmarried man know of love. He calls himself a brahmachari, just because he is NOT married. Love is the foundation of stable societies—only. Yoga sustained stable societies. Lust is amazingly self serving, love is unlimited and unselfish,  and although love doesn't exclude lust, it's handy to know the difference between the two.   Sanatana Dharma has never promoted sexual repression.  No man could do a yagna unless he was married with a living wife. 

Vivekananda gave enough bull about Veerya and Ojas.

Veerya iterally means "state of a strong man" or "manliness.

Veerya is PSYCHOLOGIAL SPERM –not the drops of white gooey liquid which came out of Vivekananda's  prick. 

Mind, Prana and Veerya are under the one Sambandha or connection or circuit. If the mind is controlled, Prana and Veerya are controlled automatically. He who suspends or restrains Prana restrains also the working of the mind and the movement of the Veerya.  Again, if the Veerya is controlled, and if it is made to flow upwards into the brain by pure thoughts and the practice of Viparita Karani Mudras such as Sarvangasana and Sirshasana and Pranayama, the mind and the Prana are automatically controlled. 
The simplest way to increase veerya is by Pranayama . It has a direct effect on our sex energy by freeing it from excitement and increasing its psychic potency. 
According to Ayurveda, Ojas is the subtle essence that is responsible for life, radiant health, strong immunity, vigor, longevity and overall well being of an individual.  The subtle essence called ojas that is extracted from the proper digestion and efficient metabolism of food nourishes the bodily tissues of blood, plasma and lymph, muscle, fat, bones, bone marrow, semen and ojas.  Ojas also forms the basic material of the five sense organs, ligaments and lubricating fluids . 
The bull given by Vivekananda that by not ejaculating you preserve Ojas remains bull.   Vivekananda died at a very early age , and he had 31 major ailments in 38 years of his life--obviously I cant congratulate him.  If he says that he got HAJAAAAAR Ojas , by not ejaculating for 12 years , he must think again.

He must know what is REAL Ojas as per 6200 year old Ayurveda.

Signs of healthy Ojas:

A person with healthy ojas possesses:---

Clear radiant complexion
Strong immunity against infectious disease      (seldom falls sick)
Cheerfulness, energy and enthusiasm,
High threshold for stress,
Mental clarity
Signs of weakened Ojas:

Signs of a person with weak ojas :---

Depressed and       always worried
Lacks luster/poor complexion
Poor appetite
Feel sluggish/fatigued
Suffers from disorders of the sense organs.-

Ojas is diminished by under eating, overeating, eating when previous food has not yet been digested, consumption of poor quality food that results in the blocking of the channels, consumption of stale foods, canned foods, fermented foods like cheese, meat, irregular diet, excessive exercise, fasting, negative emotional stressors such as anxiety, anger, sadness, grief, hatred, jealousy, long held resentment, fear, grief, consumption of alcohol, smoking,  lack of sleep, excessive discharge of mucus, blood, semen and other excreta, with age and injury by other organisms, undue exposure to wind and sun, excessive sexual activity. Since Ojas is the result of the quality of food we eat, its proper digestion and efficient metabolism and the sensory impressions we imbibe in our daily life, in order to protect ojas it is vital to protect the mind and heart from emotional strain and stress and to adopt a healthy balanced diet.

Nourish your physical health by eating meals in a pleasant environment in the company of people that you enjoy.
Eat at a moderate pace. Don’t eat in a hurry, while walking or driving.
Don’t eat when you are emotional, angry, upset etc.
Don’t eat if the previous meal still hasn’t been digested as that will lead to the production of ama/toxins. The accumulation      of ama in the bodily tissues leads to disease.
Eat a balance meal.  In Ayurveda, a balanced meal consists of      all the 6 major tastes in moderation: sweet, salty, sour, bitter,      astringent, and pungent.  People of      pitta constitutions should minimize or avoid hot, pungent, spicy foods as      that will further aggravate the pitta (internal fire) which could further      burn out the ojas.
Nourish your mind through regular meditation
Positive thinking

What is Tejas?

Tejas is responsible for inner radiance, glow or aura, luster in one’s eyes, clarity, fearlessness, courage, intelligence, and understanding and comprehension at the cellular level.  It is the subtle and positive essence or counterpart of pitta or fire element in the body and is responsible for the digestion and metabolism of everything we take in. Tejas can be compared to hormones and amino acids that regulate cellular metabolism.

Hence tejas is needed for metabolism.  If tejas in a person is too high it burns out the ojas (just as fire evaporates water), as in the case with multiple sclerosis.  The myelin sheaths which are composed of ojas (water element) are burned by high tejas (fire element).

Negative thinking damages ojas, tejas, prana, immune system, the spleen, the function of the lymphatic system.  The thymus gland is located very close to the heart which is the seat of emotions.  Hence any negative emotional disturbance will affect the thymus. Gently tapping the sternum stimulates the thymus gland which in turn stimulates the immune system.

Tejas gets diminished by:---

Excessive talking
Psychological /emotional imbalances
Negative thinking
For a healthy balance of tejas one should:

Enforce positive thinking.  Positive thinking strengthens ojas, tejas and prana and the thymus gland, which is responsible for a healthy  immune system and good health.
Chant mantras
Try sitting in the meditation position, in a lotus pose as that helps open up the heart chakra, calms the breath and balances ojas, tejas and prana.
Practice awareness in thought, words and action 
Avoid gossip, excessive talking, negative talk etc.

The prostate is a small gland located between a man's penis and his bladder. Its main function is to produce a thick white fluid that is mixed with the sperm produced by the testicles, to create semen.
 A healthy young man's body is still going to produce semen. And this semen needs to be regularly flushed from his body. If a man has a sick gland, it undoubtedly benefit from increased blood flow.
The gland itself requires some muscular contraction and/or massage to keep the blood flowing properly through it and flush out toxins . This is how it gets cleaned. It is because it is such a fine filter for the liquid that becomes semen that it collects so many toxins and becomes so susceptible to cancers. If sperm is regularly cleaned out to allow new cells to develop, it helps stop the build-up of old cells that might be more likely to turn cancerous.  There are yogic asanas which can do this job without ejaculation  or else you increase your risk of prostate cancer ( which Vivekananda had- so balls to his veerya and ojas )..

Kama has nothing to do with lust or sex.. Kama purushartha is not lust but desirable action.. Kamasutra was a cultural document and had no sexual debauchery in it..

5. APARIGRAHA is renunciation of unnecessary possessions.Aparigraha is the ability to see the problems caused by acquisition, preservation, and destruction of things, since these provoke attachment and injury. Possessions produce samskaras which activate in the future to cause distress if we can’t acquire items desired by us or losing the items that we possess. Yogis are advised to acquire only what is required for basic maintenance and give up all else. Parigraha is covetousness or greed. Aparigraha is a mental state in which the sensual craving is dead. Parigraha leads to anxiety to preserve, fear of loss, hatred, anger, untruthfulness, stealing, etc. Aparigraha puts an end to all these and bestows peace and contentment. It removes at one stroke fear, attachment, disappointment, anxiety, jealousy, anger, lust and depression. Aparigraha is indeed an aid to the practice of ahimsa, satya and asteya. When the craving is not satisfied you become angry, you hate the person who stands in your way of attaining things. You harm him in different ways, speak untruth and begin to steal things. Aparigraha removes all these. It is the foundation of all yogas, just as dhyana or meditation is the meeting point of all yogas. Neutralizing the desire to acquire and hoard wealth . The yamas are the moral virtues which, if attended to, purify human nature and contribute to health and happiness of society. Yoga is rooted in the notion of developing a positive personality. Therefore ethical discipline or the practice of correct conduct is necessary for success in yoga. This is the basis of yama and niyama, the two moral backbones of yoga. They define the attributes to be practised in everyday life by a spiritual aspirant. Yama is the first limb of Patanjali’s ashtanga yoga and means ‘taking a vow’ while niyama is the second limb and means ‘rule of conduct’. Yama and niyama are inter-dependent. Niyama strengthens and safeguards yama. For example, if one is contented, one will not steal, hurt others or tell lies and will find it easy to practise non-covetousness.  When one is sufficiently advanced in the practices of yamas and niyamas, one can face every temptation by calling in the aid of pure and restraining thoughts. When the mind becomes pure it attains the state of steadiness and becomes one-pointed. If these positive qualities are not cultivated, the mind cannot be led to steadiness. One needs to be well established in yama-niyama to attain perfection in yoga. When one is perfectly established in them, samadhi will come by itself.

1426)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   shiva lingam was ridiculed as the phallus of lord shiva , and hindus were ridiculed for worshipping a prick.. the joke is on them.. for shiva lingam is indeed shivas penis which provided the semen ( dna ) to impregnate planet earth with life and humans.. shiva is not a mortal , but a cosmic allegory.  shiva is a cosmic allegory..  shiva cannot eat corpses in graveyards or rape wives of other gods  .

1427)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   65 million years ago god shiva stuck his divine prick into bombay high area ( western india ) and seeded the planet , causing man to be born on planet earth and dinosaur extinction paving the way for human life on the planet .. dinosaurs required 35% oxygen and 64 % nitrogen , .. humans require 20.9 % oxygen and 78.1 % nitrogen for prana ..

1428)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   earth did not have any iridium element.  whatever we have came from outer space in the form of meteors .. incoming meteorite stones ( shiva lingam ) took life as well as brought new forms of life( dna ) on planet earth .. the finding of iridium in earth’s crust marked the first hard evidence for a killer-asteroid impact. iridium is a very rare element in the earth's crust, but is found in anomalously high concentrations (around 100 times greater than normal) in a thin worldwide layer of clay marking the boundary between the cretaceous and paleogene periods, 65 million years ago

1429)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   it is a kosher lie that extinction of dinosaurs happened due to a meteorite impact at chicxulub crater of yucatan peninsula mexico causing a wee crater 8 km wide.. this wee impact happened 66 million years ago—a million years before the shiva lingam impact   there are no volcanic eruptions near the yucatan meteor crash..

1430)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   the biggest and first hit was off the west coast of maharashtra causing the largest crater on this planet 600 km x 400  km wide...   the shiva crater is yet to be recorded on the earth impact database. despite being the  largest crater on earth.  bastards ! india has plenty of iridium.. this hit was followed by massive volcanic eruptions ( continued for 30,000 years )causing the deccan traps and western ghats ..   the deccan traps were formed when the indian tectonic plate was above a hotspot volcano called the reunion hotspot. as a result, the traps are large basalt deposits and the whole region forms a large igneous province(lip) within the deccan plateau.

1431)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   the shiva lingams in narmada river caused the first human to be born 65 million years ago.. narmada river shiva lingams ( banalingam ) which caused humans to be born on earth are not shaped by mans hand..  it is very hard on the mohs scale and heavy ..  our puranas penned down 7000 years ago,  ramayana and mahabharata refer to it.. vatican has hidden away a large one in the vaults of st peters cathedral.. every ancient cathedral / mosque/ synagogue  on this planet has a stolen shiva lingam buried under its foundation

1432)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   india gets offshore oil from bombay high/ panna oil fields --were the shiva lingam formed a massive crater 65 million years ago.. the shiva lingam impact crater is rectangular  600 km x 400 km --the largest crater on planet earth..   in contrast the wee circular chicxulub crater of mexico  is 118 km in  diameter..

1433)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   the shiva lingam hit first off shore bombay ( as india was drifting up ) , and then massive fissures caused volcanic eruptions which formed the deccan traps 65 million years ago.   the deccan plume is still active; its hot spot now lies under the volcanic island of réunion in the indian ocean .  the hotspot has been active for  65 million years. the deccan traps eruption was immediately after the impact of the giant shiva lingam which caused the cretaceous–paleogene extinction of the dinosaurs .  both the meteorite impact and the deccan trap volcanic eruption ( gruesome twosome )  did the dinosaur extinction job.  deccan traps are  the largest volcanic features on earth.

1434)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   piton de la fournaise is a shield volcano on the eastern side of réunion island in the indian ocean. it is currently one of the most active volcanoes in the world .   lavas with high concentrations of iridium are routinely ejected through these vents. the volcano last erupted in feb 2019.

1435)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says— a huge eruption of this hotspot 65 million years ago laid down the deccan traps, a vast bed of basalt lava that covers part of central india, and opened a rift which separated india from the seychelles plateau.  as the indian plate drifted north, the hotspot continued to punch through the plate, creating a string of volcanic islands and undersea plateaux. the laccadive islands, the maldives, and the chagos archipelago are atolls resting on former volcanoes created 60–45 million years ago that subsequently submerged below sea level.  about 45 million years ago the mid-ocean rift crossed over the hotspot, and the hotspot passed under the african plate.  the hotspot appears to have been relatively quiet 45–10 million years ago, when activity resumed, creating the mascarene islands, which include mauritius, réunion, and rodrigues. mauritius and rodrigues ridge were created 8–10 million years ago, and rodrigues and réunion islands in the last two million years.

1436)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  the area of  impact of the shiva lingam is where india extracts oil and gas at bombay high and panna oil fields.  the lava flood that formed the deccan trap is direct evidence.   at the time of the cretaceous–paleogene extinction, india was located over the réunion hotspot of the indian ocean. hot material rising from the mantle flooded portions of india with a vast amount of lava, creating a plateau known as the deccan traps. the crater is the reason for the high level of oil and natural gas reserves in the region. 

1437)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   high iridium concentration of alkaline rocks of deccan and implications to k/t boundary..  the deccan traps are a large igneous province located on the deccan plateau of west-central india (17°–24°n, 73°–74°e). they are one of the largest volcanic features on earth.   they consist of multiple layers of solidified flood basalt that together are more than 2,000 m  thick, cover an area of c. 500,000 km2  and have a volume of c. 1,000,000 km3 originally, the deccan traps may have covered c. 1,500,000 km2  with a correspondingly larger original volume.  the term "trap" has been used in geology since 1785–1795 for such rock formations. the deccan traps began forming 65 million years ago  at the end of the cretaceous period. the bulk of the volcanic eruption occurred at the western ghats some 65 million years ago.  the original area covered by the lava flows is estimated to have been as large as 1.5 million km2 . approximately half the size of modern india. the deccan traps region was reduced to its current size by erosion and plate tectonics; the present area of directly observable lava flows is around 500,000 km2

1438)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   because of its magnitude, it is easy to figure out how the  gases that was released during the formation of the deccan traps played a major role in the cretaceous–paleogene (k–pg) extinction event (also known as the cretaceous–tertiary or k–t extinction).  this is not even a smoking gun.. it is a direct shot— period..  sudden cooling due to sulfurous volcanic gases released by the formation of the deccan traps and toxic gas emissions contributed significantly to the k–pg, as well as other, mass extinctions.

1439)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    the deccan volcanic eruptions would spew massive dust cloud which would block sunlight and prevent photosynthesis for a 30,000 years, an event called an impact winter.   this would account for the extinction of plants and phytoplankton and of all organisms dependent on them (including predatory animals as well as herbivores).  

1440)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says--   global firestorms would start as incendiary fragments from the blast fell back to earth.   analyses of fluid inclusions in ancient amber suggest that the oxygen content of the atmosphere was very high ( 35%) during the late cretaceous . this high level of oxygen was required for dinosaurs..  this high o2 level would have supported intense combustion. the level of atmospheric o2 plummeted in the early paleogene period.   if widespread fires occurred, they would have increased the co2 content of the atmosphere and caused a temporary greenhouse effect once the dust cloud settled, and this would have exterminated the most vulnerable survivors of the "long winter".

1441)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says--   The first 'proto' dinosaurs appeared about 250 million years ago breathed more oxygen than we do.   just look at the wings of the flying dinosaurs .. such small wings cannot propel such a huge body into the air.   the greater oxygen in the mix would have enabled them to get and maintain purchase more easily in the air.  this high oxygen content is the reason why the planet was in flames 65 million years ago.

1442)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says--   the synchronicity of the deccan traps with the kt boundary, their geographic proximity with the crater, and the occurrence of a thick shocked quartz ( directly related to meteorite impact ) layer below the lowermost lava flow established the fact  that the deccan volcanism has been triggered by the shiva lingam impact ( unless you are a dimwit ) .   like iridium shocked quartz is an indicator of meteorite impact  .  shocked quartz is  found inside craters created by meteor impact.  the presence of shocked quartz supports that such craters were formed by impact, because a volcanic eruption would not generate the required pressure.  ice core samples show that the atmosphere has changed over time.

1443)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says--     vedic srutis are downloaded from akasha.. they don’t have an author.  vedas say that shiva lingam provided the seed ( dna tvatsa ) .  meteorites that show signs of having once been exposed to water also host a feast of organic matter. this is why life started in narmada river.   life’s genetic code is blueprinted in the twisted strands of dna and rna which are made up of nucleobases. on the early earth, nucleobases paired together to first form the simpler rna, which then began the process of near-perfect replication. it was an evolutionary path that would one day lead to a human.  nucleobases come in five flavours: guanine (g), adenine (a), cytosine (c), thymine (t) and uracil (u) ..  thymine and uracil are missing in meteorite but they form complementary pairs with guanine pairing with cytosine (g-c) and adenine pairing with thymine (a-t) in dna.

1444)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says--     building blocks of life in meteorites, such as the amino acids make up proteins.   shiva lingam meteorite rocks have been a vital source of the organic compounds that gave rise to life on earth.  meteorites  contain cyanide, bound in a stable configuration with iron and carbon monoxide. these same sorts of structures are found in enzymes called hydrogenases in modern bacteria and archaea, which shows that early life either borrowed from meteorites…nucleobases found in meteorites , like guanine or adenine, are among the building blocks of dna. the chemistry of the nucleobases and their parent asteroids depended on cyanide as a reactant,  as cyanide is extremely reactive..  a combination of water and ultraviolet light releases cyanide from shiva lingam  meteorites .   meteorites  boosted the available cyanide for chemical reactions that led, eventually, to living cells…   meteorite's bundles of carbon monoxide, iron and cyanide and parts of the enzymes of some of the oldest groups of life, archaea and bacteria.    . all bacteria and archaea have enzymes called hydrogenases. and the active site of those enzymes, where the bonding happens, is the same as the cyanide structures seen in the meteorites.

1445)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says--     fundamental building blocks of life are prevalent in space.. a rain of shiva lingam meteorites have brought significant quantities of such complex organic molecules to earth.. shiva lingams have delivered billions of tonnes  of organic prebiotic elements to earth. 

1445)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says--    the 2 lakh year old narmada mans skull  is not a fake like the peking man , piltdown man or lucy ..  to prove that free mason charles darwin is right that god did not create man, false evidence had to be created , exported , imported and manufactured about human evolution( sic!).    it was necessary to find darwin’s missing link between ape and man— and baffle the spiritual world..

1446)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says--     a large number of dinosaurs eggs have been discovered at balasinor, 100 km from ahmedabad, and fossils have been found near river narmada banks too.

1447)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  i predict india has the best reserves of rare earths in the deccan traps -- far more than what north korea has..

1448)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   gases and dust from volcanic eruptions from deccan traps enveloped the whole planet.. the whole planet was in flames as the oxygen content was 35% . sun shine was obliterated .   thanks to this event 65 million years ago, the oxygen content reduced to the current 20.9% enabling humans to be born ( from dna deposited in narmada river ) and sustained till today..   the reunion island plume is a sure shot evidence— it is not a smoking gun ..  as india moved northward the reunion hotspot created the the chagos-laccadive island chain, nazarene bank, mauritius, and reunion island.   hot spots are formed were a plume of magma erupts from deep within the earth. like a volcanic "fire-hose" a tremendous amount of lava is erupted above this "hot spot"..

1449)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    the reunion volcano which erupted when shiva lingam crashed off bombay high is still active..   reunion islands piton de la fournaise volcano was beneath india more than 65 million years ago.    piton des neiges is the highest point on réunion and is the highest point in the indian ocean.   piton de la fournaise is currently one of the most active volcanoes in the world..   the most recent eruption began on 18 february 2019. the volcano is located within réunion national park, a world heritage site.

1450)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says— we never heard the words kayastha and chitragupta, till the white invader came to india..

1451)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  the words kayastha and chitragupta were cooked up and back dated by jew rothschild who ruled india.

1452)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—      kayasthas are hindu vaishya varna banias who knew accounting/ book keeing.  they  learnt persian / turkish / arabic during muslim invader rule  .  these opportunists got themselves circumcised and converted to islam to reap the fruit of deceit.  rothschild would slowly bleed the mighty mughal empire  with double book keeping ( fake accounting ) done by his slave convert muslim kayastha babu army,  who thrived as treasurers in dusty godforsaken villages . after moghuls were decimated by the british , these opportunist muslim kayasthas re-converted back to hinduism and now worked as traitor agents for the white invader.

1453)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  kayasthas were touted by german  jew rothschild  as the descendants of god chitragupta.  this makes them the only humans on this planet who are direct descendants of almighty god ..   german jew rothschild  was a shipowner who ruled india..   he used the british queen as a benami front..  britannia never ruled the waves .. jew rothschild ruled the waves..  even today rothschild , the richest man on the planet ( stole kerala temple gold using jew tipu sultan ) has the clout to force the british queen to do murga position naked on the table of the british parliament ..

1454)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  after rothschild decimated the mighty mughal empire , by corroding its innards ) he got these muslim kayasthas converted back to hinduism as hindu kayasthas and kulin / bhadralok brahmins ( who ate beef )  ..  rothschild then cooked up ancient hindu scriptures to include the words “kayastha” and “chitragupta” and used his fake mutts to propagate it.    

ancient vedas and puranas were poison injected with the fake god chitragupta and his blood line descendants – kayasthas.. till 1947 rothschild used traitor kayasthas to inflict a thousand cuts on bharatmata every day..

1455)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  jew rothschild infiltrated the mughal royal lineage .. he injected jew blood into mughal kings after humayun.   the last 80% of mughal emperors were crypto jews.  this is not surprising.  the last 70% of the mighty ottoman muslim empire sultans were crypto jews..  injecting jewish blood into turkey started when jewess helena drugged her own son roman emperor constantine the great , and forced him to shift his throne and senators from rome to constantinople ( istanbul) .

1456)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   attractive jewess whores were injected into the mughal courts , by jew rothschild as honey traps.    these  whores were trained in elite manners , how to pretend to be royalty where they came from ,  how to blush and pretend to be virgins,  nuskes of ze good life , seducing by private belly dances, how to administer  emperors and crown princes with mind blowing  orgasms using sex techniques / opium laced wine etc ..   example:   jewess anarkali two timed both emperor akbar and his son prince jehangir , whom she converted into an opium addict .

1457)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     we all know how italians invaded india ,  right ? .. an italian  jewish ( maino ) waitress became indian empress via nac..   her coterie locked sitaram kesari in the toilet to make her congress president.  a worm like pm , without a spine , inducted via rajya sabha backdoor was a slave to her ..  she put a sarpanch type woman on the presidents chair..  even an outsider like uncle quattrocchi could walk ino any ministry and fire a babu who did not stand up.   his wife maria baby kicked a uniformed jawan with her gucci pointy shoe ( or was it pucci? ) who dared to run a metal detector over her.  who says jews cannot infiltrate and hijack mighty empires?

1458)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—       jew rothschild used kayastha swami vivekananda to strike at the roots of sanatana dharma.  vivenananda did not understand the basics of sanatana dharma.  kayastha vivekananda promoted his clan  by his recorded statement below..  “i’m the descendant of that great man at whose feet every brahmin lays flowers and chants the words yamaay dharmraajaay chitraguptaay vai namah and whose descendants are the purest of kshatriyas!   if you believe in your paurânika scriptures, let these so-called reformers know that my caste, apart from other services in the past, ruled half of india for centuries.  if my caste is left out of consideration, what will there be left of the present-day civilization of india?” so so so –  kayastha are gods—they are descendants of god chitagupta.. while rest of the people on the planet are mere mortals, right? ..  sorry, there is no scope for a fifth varna between brahmins and kshatriyas in sanatana dharma..

1459)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—       kayastha vivekananda was a freemason, and a rothschild agent..  rothschild converted vivekananda ( who did not know the basics of sanatana dharma ) into the greatest expert of sanatana dharma  .  rothschild arranged for vivekananda to go to chicago and deliver the famous address at the parliament of religions as a reward for shoring up all his fake creations of the bhakti movement , especially chaitanya mahaprabhu ..   jew rothschild arranged for the cheering party who clapped in great frenzy , as soon as vivekananda started his speech with “ my dear sisters and brothers of america”.

1460)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—      rothschild arranged for vivekananda to visit several doctor specialists for his 33 major  ailments ,  including prostate gland cancer which he converted to a great virtue called  “semen retention”  brahmacharya   . vivekanandas ancestors were pir ali muslims who opportunistically converted from hindusim to islam to avoid jizya tax and milk the fruits of being powerful govt babu court muslims in a muslim kingdom..  star kid vivekanandas father was a vishwanath datta — a stooge of rothschild and a freemason —  kayastha vishwanath datta was an expert in persian, arabic and urdu languages.    he was attorney to sir barnes peacock..   he was the first chief justice of the calcutta high court in india.    peacock crushed the 1857 mutiny as a rothschild agent..

1461)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—      rothschilds agent and freemason swami vivekananda ( pir ali muslim datta ) who propagated "heaven and hell theory of chitragupta" was a self proclaimed kayastha..   sorry there is no heaven and hell in sanatana dharma like in other religions .. conman vivekananda  never failed to remind all that he is a blood descendant of a god mentioned in our vedas .

1462)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—      vivekananda never understood the basics of sanatana dharma..   vivekananda did not know—  sanatana dharma allows only shraddha , never bhakti like other religions.  all bhakti movement heroes are cooked up creations of jew rothschild.  there is no heaven of hell concept in sanatana dharma. soul are reborn again and again till it gets moksha .  all hindu gods are cosmic allegories except vishnu avatars rama/ krihna/ ayyappa.   there was no caste system  ( we had only varnas )   till the white invader came to india . there was no sati till the white invader came to india.  there was no animal sacrifice  till the white invader came to india.. there was no animal sacrifice  till the white invader came to india..  ashwamdega sacrifice is a bloodless , vote of confidence.. radha , the mistress of krishna and 16000 gopikas used for sex by krishna never existed.  rama never kicked sita into the forest.. ramayana ends when ram comes back to ayodha with sita from lanka , to  a tumultous welcome  .. there was no devadasi temple whores   till the white invader came to india .. there was no corpse eating aghoris  till the white invader came to india .. hinduism does not allow brahmacharya ..a yagna can never be done by an unmarried man .. brahmacharya has nothing to do with semen retention as falsely claimed by Vivekananda who had prostate gland cancer .. kamasutra has nothing to do with sex .. 

1463)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   chitragupta takes away karmas duties..   current pali speaking buddha is cooked up by jew Rothschild.   current mahavira is cooked up by jew Rothschild .. emperor ashoka/ harsha vardhana who converted from baaaad hindusim to gooood buddhism never existed .  manu was a nobe maharishi and the first law giver of this planet.  the white invader kicked forward in time hindu stalwarts like aryabhatta ( 2700 bc), adi shankaracharya ( 2000 bc ),  panini ( 5500 bc ) ,  bhartrhari ( 7000 bc ) ,  patanjali ( 5000 bc ) ,  manu (8300 bc) ,  yaska ( 5800 bc ) ,  kanada muni ( 6500 bc ) ,   varahamihira ( 2660 bc )  , vararuchi ( 2830 bc )

1464)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   every vestige of knowledge of the white man till he came to india was stolen from kodungallur university . that all ancient greeks studied in india .. that all arab scholar celebrities bought translated knowledge for gold..  that there were only 4 original mutts and rest of more than 1000 mutts are fake, including hi guru ramakrishnas mutt.  islamic conversions of ancient hindu monuments like qutab minar/ babri / taj mahal etc.   aryans never invaded india and to give us sanskrit and vedas .. there is zero superstition in sanatana dharma, which is advanced quantum physics

1465)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   vivekandnada did not know dwaita ( he praised fake madhavachrya )  , advaita or sankhya Vedanta .. said that monkey hanuman was on the chariot flag of krishna ( instead of vishnus vahana garuda ) ..  did not know that kali is a mighty black hole or saraswati is the brilliant  quasar..  praised fake astavakra gita.. praised fake yajnavalkhya, who is linked to chitragupta ..  praised the fake shukla yajurveda..  lied that his guru ramakrshna paramahamsa ( spnsored by jw rothschild )  is an avatar of chaitanya mahaprabhu.  lied that chaitanya mahaprabhu ( cooked up by jew rothschild ) is the most powerful avatar of Vishnu ..

1466)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    vivekananda was part of the brahmo samaj  ( founded by rothschilds opium drug running agents pir ai muslims  dwaraknath tagore / raja ram mohan roy )  which—  rejected the vedas,   rejected vishnu avatars krishna and rama,  rejected temple worship of shiva, vishnu  and devi,  rejected karma , be-birth and moksha theory.

1467)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    brahmo samaj was called "neo-vedanta" by christian commentators.  rothschild’s agent keshub chandra sen, a christian convert controlled his nephew vivekananda and had him enrolled in his nava vidhan ( nobobidhan ).   keshab chandra sen and vivekananda incorporated christian theology within the framework of hindu thought.  keshab chandra sen was secretary to the goodwill fraternity, masonic lodge associated with the unitarian rev.charles dall and a christian missionary rev. james long .  with them sen establish a traitor "british indian association" filled with bhadraloks , pir ali “brahmins” , white people and anglo indians ( rape products of white man and their maid servants ) ..  in 1866 sen delivered an address on jesus christ, europe and asia, in which he proclaimed that "india would be for christ alone who already stalks the land". 

1468)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     rothschild gave narendra datta  his new name swami vivekananda just before he boarded his ship in may 1893 to chicago.   rothschilds media propped up vivekananda like how they propped up mother teresa.   vivekananda had very little prana within and suffered from 33 major illnesses.   so balls to his bullshit brahmacharya / ojas theory..   vivekananda used to give bull to all and sundry that he preserved his semen for 12 years --and that is why he is so brainy and healthy..   he went to vivekanda rock ( kanya kumari ) not to meditate for world peace--   he was sent there by kottakkal arya vaidya sala in kerala to increase his prana by taking in negative ions ( salt sea spray ).     this rock is midsea off rameshawaram.   an ayurveda doctor from kottakkal accompanied him-- to show him the correct way to do surya namaskar for increasing prana..

1469)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     after muslim kayasthas did a good job in bleeding and wrecking the mughal empire ,  jew rothchild when he took over india as ruler , reconverted  his traitor gang back  to hinduism and made them  brahmins ( kulin / bhadralok bongs who ate beef) and hindu kayasthas  , a brand new varna between brahmins and kshatriyas...

1470)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     some muslim kayathas preferred to remain  muslims they looked down on their original religion.. most of them  migrated to pakistan after partition in 1947, where they continued to remain traitor agents of jew rothschild..

1471)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     these kulin brahmins ( bhadralok ) and new varna hindu kayasthas with god chitragupta as their ancestor were the “chosen people” who got plum jobs and judges/ administrators/ treasury officials/ land registrars – they were traitors to bharatmata..  their master was a german jew.   our first president rajendra prasad was a kayastha..  lal bahadur shastri was a kayastha..

1472)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     conman vivekananda used to keep singing the praises of nachiketa ( cooked up by jew rothschild ) . the poison injected is that yama , the lord of hell, gave moksha to nachiketa ..   sorry, yama cannot give moksha . only you on basis of your karma can give yourself moksha . . this is the charm of sanatana dharma.   in sanatana dharma yama is lokpala ( guardian ) of south direction. this has nothing to do with hell.  kubera is the opposite direction -guardian of north for vaastu purposes.  yama does not hold the "final judgement" like in christianity. this goes against the laws of karma.    the opium drug running partners of jew rothschild/ sassoon ( calcutta ) gambled on dhanteras , first day of diwali to please yama.  

1473)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     karma is quantum physics  — it needs no handler god..  with karma , there is no pearly fuckin’ gates -- no purgatory --  no day of judgement-- no chitragupta ( of kayastha shit ) .

1474)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says— the muslim kayastha qanungoh ( registrars ), and patwaris ( accountants ) were the employees of the court and judicial systems in the moghul empire ..  the title qanungoh literally referring to an "expounder of law" or the qanun.  these included judges; qazi who were styled sahib or sahibzada, lawyers and a wide variety of other legal functionaries, who would form the principal officers in district or regional courts of investigation, in criminal matters and in offences of a "spiritual nature".   on a state level qanungoh shaikhs were hereditary, government agents and “permanent repositories of information concerning the revenue receipts, area statistics, local revenue rates and  practice and customs” of local areas and municipalities, across the various empires that existed in the subcontinent.   the qanungo was entitled to half of the collections made under the head of sad-doi of the patwari or two percent of commission paid to the patwari.   later on, the system was changed and was made a fixed salaried post.  the payment was not made in cash, but lands yielding an estimated income equal to their salaries were assigned to them. later  the practice of assigning lands to the qanungo was abandoned and they were paid in the form of commission collected from the raiyats.   the qanungo was entitled to collect 2% from the share of the raiyats and this commission was known as rusum.  the muslim kayasthas found this incentive too less. this is why they started double book keeping as tax collectors .  the payment was not made in cash, but lands yielding an estimated income equal to their salaries were assigned to them. .

1475)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  during british rule kayastha was almost like a sir knighthood , if hindus toed the rothschid line.   there are many famous kayasthas who were stooges of the white invader.   sir herbert hope risley under orders from rothschild tried to get the recoverted back to hinduism kayasthas to bury their dead like the veera shaiva lingayaths . the kayasthas resisted..    kayasthas wrote and spoke excellent urdu.   muslim kayasthas can take the credit of indenting urdu.. sorry muslim pakistanis..  the kayasth effortlessly became a brown sahibs during british  rule..   rothschild’s east india company, in its agrarian revenue settlements in north india, utilized this extant mughal revenue culture to push through savage revenue demands.  these kayastha pensmen thus furnished the ‘young’ company with the slimy skills, physical records, and legitimacy to garner the agrarian wealth which would fund britain's indian empire.   these more regular patterns of paper-oriented administration engendered a process of ‘bureaucratization’ and the emergence of the modern colonial state.  thanks to the proximity of the community to muslim mobility, the preference for red meat became as much a part of hindu kayasth daily lifestyle and home-cooking as in muslim homes. .

1476)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    once india came under british rule , jew rothschild sponsored the the kayastha community who helped him to corrode the innards of the mighty mughals. he made them rich landowners .  rothschild appointed british english teachers and gave free classes for select kayasthas. he has big plans for this stooge sect..  rothschild send their children to british universities like oxford and cambridge  and law schools which he owned.  when these youngsters came back , they became judges, lawyers , civil servants, tax officers, administrators, teachers,  and rose to the highest positions accessible to natives in british india. their loyalties were not to the queen but to a german jew .   even today jew rothschild  give scholarships ( columbia etc ) to ministry babus who spy for him.. we know the traitors.

1477)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    the kayasth who remained muslims sometime use siddiqui and farooqi as their surnames, and consider themselves belonging to the shaikh community. the muslim kayastha follow sunni hanafi fiqh.  they also visit shrines of sufi saints, such as that of the famous sufi saint, khawaja moinuddin chisti.  during the british colonial rule they were among the first muslims to join crypto jew sir syed ahmad khan for reformation,   the muslim kayasth have traditionally been a landless community living as patwaris and qanungohs (land record keepers). the only exception being the large taluqdar families, who were substantial landowners. .   the shaikh are a muslim community found in the state of uttar pradesh in india. muslim kayasths have intermarried with the other muslim communities over the centuries and have lost their community consciousness and consider themselves to be part of the urdu speaking muslims of pakistan and northern india. they live in the state of uttar pradesh in india, the provinces of sindh and punjab in pakistan.  in modern times, kayasthas sponsored by kosher deep state have attained success in politics. jyoti basu, lal bahadur shastri, netaji bose , rajendra prasad etc were kayasthas .  the muslim kayastha community  adapted to changes, such as the advent of the british raj. they learned english, the more affluent ones sent their children to the united kingdom, they became civil servants, tax officers, junior administrators, teachers, legal helpers and barristers, and rose to the highest positions accessible to natives in british india.  some of these powerful men were crypto jews who occupied the muslim seats of indian national congress.

1478)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     today a lot of kayashta are conmen — their dna programming has been corrupted . this is what happens when a father teaches his son how to be an opportunist.  subhash chandra bose was a meat eating kayastha.  netaji bose was a star kid whose ancestors were sponsred byjew rothschild. his father janakinath bose was a rao bahadur -- a title given by rothschild to his best slaves..   netaji subhash cnadra bose was one of his 14 children..yes— the figure is right, netaji boses mother bore 14 children..  kayastha clans are bose/basu, ghosh, mitra, guha, and datta, the first four of whom became kulin ( superior ) kayasthas.. bengal freemasonloges were packed with kulin kayasthas and kulin brahmins.   most were traitors to bharatmata.  rotshchild sponsored kulin brahmins ( meat eating bannerjees/ mukherjees / chatterjees chakrabortys / gangulis etc ) love to cry “we are the best”,  capt ajit vadakayil says “ my left ball “.    first they must find out of their pir ali ancestors were circumcised and ate meat..   ishwar chandra vidyasagar , dwaraknath tagore, rabindranath tagore , were  rothschild’s kulin stooges.   urdu was created by muslim kayasthas in mughal courts who worked in the payroll of jew Rothschild..

1479)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    much  before muslim league laid a claim on urdu language, urdu was considered as language of kayasthas as it was mix of their professional languages (like arabic and persian) and mother tongue like awadhi and hindi.  the divide between urdu and hindi was created by jew rothschild to drive a wedge.  lot of muslim kayasthas migrated to pakistan in 1947.  in pakistan, urdu is the official language used in instruction at government schools, at the district level administration, and in the mass media. literally, the word urdu (originally turkish) means camp, or the royal camp. it also stood for the city of delhi which was the seat of the mughals for centuries.

1480)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    jew rothschild created the chandraseniya kayastha prabha sect .   the ckp claim descent from chandrasen, an ancient kshatriya king of ayodhya and of the haihaya family of the lunar kshatriya dynasty.   this fellow chandrasen never existed.   ckps arepart of the prabhu clan created by jew rothschild --they include chandraseniya kayastha prabhu, pathare prabhu, kanchole prabhus, bhatt prabhus and the danved prabhu.   most of the ckp today are chitpavan jews in disguise. the ckps eat meat. most of them pray to shirdi sai baba , a god created by jew rothschild—a muslim who died a century ago.   during british rule the reconverted from islam , meat eating bengali kayasthas and kulin brahmins ( bhadraloks ) dominated public service and had a monopoly on appointments to government positions..

1481)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    during the british raj,  kayasthas  ( re-converted opportunistic traitor race ) continued to proliferate in public administration, qualifying for the highest executive and judicial offices open to indians— and formed a collegium system. a lot of them were freemasons.   after the mighty mughals’s lost power , rothschild using british queen as a front took over india. rothschild has a list of the turn coat traitor opportunistic kayasthas  .  he made sure all business contracts with the british rulers went to them..   bengal produced so many traitors that in a census in 1911, bengali kayasthas and bengali brahmins ( kulin/ bhadralok ) owned 45% of all the lucrative indian-owned mills, mines and factories in bengal.   ever wondered why in kerala namboodiris are still 100% vegan while in bengal the brahmins are 98% meat eaters ?   the level of traitor bengali blood can be guaged from this simple truth.

1482)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   

1 April 1526 – 26 December 1530
4 years 8 months

26 December 1530;– 17 May 1540
9 years 4 months


27 January 1556 – 27 October 1605
49 years 9 months

15 October 1605 – 8 October 1627
21 years 11 months

8 November 1627 – 2 August 1658
30 years 8 months

Alamgir I
31 July 1658 – 3 March 1707
48 years 7 months

Bahadur Shah
19 June 1708 – 27 February 1712
(3 years, 253 days)

Jahandar Shah
27 February 1712 – 11 February 1713
(0 years, 350 days)

11 January 1713 – 28 February 1719
(6 years, 48 days)

Rafi ud-Darajat
28 February – 6 June 1719
(0 years, 98 days)

Shah Jahan II
6 June 1719 – 19 September 1719
(0 years, 105 days)

Muhammad Shah
27 September 1719 – 26 April 1748
(28 years, 212 days)

Ahmad Shah Bahadur
26 April 1748 – 2 June 1754

Alamgir II
2 June 1754 – 29 November 1759
(5 years, 180 days)

Shah Jahan III
10 December 1759 – 10 October 1760

Shah Alam II
24 December 1759 – 19 November 1806
(46 years, 330 days)

Akbar Shah II
19 November 1806 – 28 September 1837
Figue head under Rothschild

Bahadur Shah II
28 September 1837 – 23 September 1857
(19 years, 360 days)

by 1858 ad almost all kayashtas re-converted back to hinduism from islam

rothschild knew that these opportunist kayasthas had no moral fibre and used them as traitors for governance,  which involved stealing indias wealth and carting it away to england/  europe

towards the end of the mughal empire kayasthas worked as a mafia clan , totally subservient to jew rothschild.    they reaped personal benefits

1483)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   check out the effect of kosher DNA .. akbar’s son humayun ( 1530-1556 ) had his own brother kamran mirza blinded which would end any claim to the throne. he killed his other brother hindal mirza. he sent another brother to haj and got him killed enroute.   akbar ( 1556 -1605 ) just jailed his son jehangir who was getting too greedy to usurp the throne before akbar died.   jehangir (1605-1627) killed his uncle mahdi khwaja who was eyeing the throne. he also blinded his own eldest son khusrau who was eyeing his throne. can you believe this -- guru arjan singh was blamed by jehangir of giving moral support to khusrau , tortured severely and then drowned in the river ravi.  shah jahan.(1628-1658 ) killed his younger brother sheharyar so that he will not lay claim to the throne.  aurangezeb ( 1658-1707 ) the third son of shah jehan killed his 3 brothers. he also put his father in jail for 8 years till he died. for choosing his capable eldest son dara shikoh as heir aurangzeb punished him by presenting dara’s head in a platter to his father .  can you believe this-- guru har rai got into the good books of emperor shah jehan by saving his favourite son dara shikoh from tiger's whiskers poisoning using laxative herbs ( poisoned by his brother aurangazeb) --and in the bargain he pissed of aurangazeb.   nobody names his son after aurangazeb or babur even today, though there are plenty of akbars.. pakistanis name their missiles babur. they don’t realize that when babur came to india their forefathers were all hindus and their women ancestors were raped.   aurangzeb's son bahadur shah i (muazzam ) killed his brothers muhammad azam and muhammad kam bhaksh to capture the throne. can you believe this? guru gobind singh sent his army under the command of bhai dharam singh, to help muazzam.   muazzam's forces defeated his brother azam’s forces in the battle of jajau on 12 june 1707. both sides numbered some 100,000 combatants, but bahādur shah had more artillery. both muhammad aẓam and his son bidar bakht were killed in the battle.   bahadur shah i died in 1712, and his successor jahandar shah was killed on the orders of the sayyid brothers.   bahadur shah's death followed a war of succession among his four sons, jahandar shah, azim-us-shah, jahan shah and rafi-is-shah. jalandar shah killed his 3 brothers to ascend the throne .  azim-us-shah's son farrukhsiyar killed his uncle and ascended the throne.  in 1719, the brothers blinded, deposed and murdered farrukhsiyar..  sayyid brothers were soon killed by muhammad shah.   ahmad shah, son of muhammad shah, was blinded in 1754 by the wazir ghazi-ud-din imad-ul-mulk.. alamgir ii (1754 - 1759) was killed by ghazi-ud-din imad-ul-mulk's orders.   shah alam ii (1759 - 1806) blinded by the afghan chief gulam qadir.   bahadur shah-ii was falsely accused by the british of treason and rebellion and exiled to burma. his descendants were beheaded and heads presented to him on a platter –  -- and the glorious mughal empire was swept away once and for all.

1484)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     the ultra rich bhadralok marwaris in calcutta ( example-- birla ) are all ex-opium drug runners of jew rothschild..    maithil brahmins ( kayastha re-converts ) were made kings by jew rothschild.   how can maithil brahmins ( brahmin varna ) be kings ( kshatriya clan ) ?.   well did not rothschild make chitpavan brahmins , ( peshwas ) kings ?  .   example:-- maithil brahmin sir lakshmeshwar singh bahadur, maharaja of darbhanga was an opium drug running partner of rothschild.    rothchild made lakshmeshwar singh bahadur deputy chief of the royal commission on opium of 1895.   as a business partner of rothschild sir lakshmeshwar singh bahadur owned several mills and factories in kanpur ( including muslim tanneries ) all over north india.   maharaja sir lakshmeshwar singh bahadur, maharaja of darbhanga was one of the founders of rothschild’s indian national congress.   for the services rendered rothschild got maharaja sir lakshmeshwar singh bahadur’s statue installed at dalhousie square in kolkata.    in the first round table conference (november 1930 – january 1931) held in london maithil brahmin sir lakshmeshwar singh bahadur attended .

1485)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     bhadralok literally means a non savage hindu – a 'gentleman', / 'a classy person'.    bhadralok freemasons benefited from the commie land grab -- they became rich landowning classes .  they were rothschild's commies ..   bhadralok freemason  jyoti basu family belonged to rothschild created and backdated meat eating kayasta clan — the missing link between brahmins and kshatrityas .   the cluster of fine white coloured buildings at 19 park steer calcutta between park hotel and karnani mansion  are bengal freemasons lodges.   during kayastha jyoti basu’s tenure as chief minister, the buildings had been declared as heritage structures.   commie jyoti basu was one of the king pins of the tebhaga land grabbing movement controlled by rothschild in 1946.

1486)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     kayasthas got circumcised and converted to islam , to become qadis and muftis who wielded enormous power . after death they were buried to maintain their secrecy ..  a qadi  is the magistrate or judge of the sharia court, who also exercises extrajudicial functions, such as mediation, guardianship over orphans and minors, and supervision and auditing of public works.  the word "qadi" comes from a verb meaning to "judge" or to "decide". the term "qadi" was in use from the time of muhammad and remained the term used for judges throughout islamic history and the period of the caliphates.   while the muftis and fuqaha played the role in elucidation of the principles of jurisprudence and the laws, the qadi remained the key person ensuring the establishment of justice on the basis of these very laws and rules.  thus, the qadi was chosen from amongst those who had mastered the sciences of jurisprudence and law. in constructing their legal doctrine, these legal scholars took as their point of departure the precedents already established by the qadis.   similar to a qadi, a mufti is also an interpreting power of shari'a law. muftis are jurists that give authoritative legal opinions, or fatwas, and historically have been known to rank above qadis.   the jews living in the ottoman empire sometimes used crypto jew run qadi courts to settle disputes.

1487)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     hardly anybody knows that moghul emerors after humayun ( baburs son ) were all jews..   humayuns wife was a jewess..  humayun’s wife and akbar’s mother was hamida banu begum..  jew mirza zul quarnain, was an adopted son of akbar and his armenian jewess wife. he was well versed in malayalam and portuguese..   emperor jahangir conferred on him the title of amir. mirza baby was a conduit for jesuit jews in goa. mirza was also a poet, singer and playwright, and he composed verses in urdu and persian…    jew sir thomas roe was planted in jehangir’s court from 1615 to 1618,  as british ambassador to  jahangir.   at the mughal court, roe got jehangir addicted to laudanum ( opium / alcohol/ codein mix )—and extracted all his secrets during  their daily night drinking sessions.    he sweet talked him into employing fake crypto jew sayyids as clerics and poets.   british jewess frances steele webbe  was a secret mistress of emperor jehangir.    he gave kosher company to jahangirs  mother  jewess dona maria mendes  ( mariam uz zamani )  , wife of akbar..  when shah jahan  knew he was dying, he praised jew sayyid sayyid muhammad qanauji for his faithful service and asked if there was any way he could reward him. sayyid asked him to forgive his son aurangzeb (1618–1707), and the emperor reluctantly agreed.

1488)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     iskon is a bhakti movement of kayastha srila prabhupada.   it is now hijacked by white men.   in their discourses -- there is more prominence to a fellow named chaitanya mahaprabhu --who never existed ..  chaitanya baby is inspired by radha --who never existed .   rothschild selected mayapur to spread chaitanya mahaprabhu funda --for political reasons-- he had his opium factory here ..  rothschilds agent -- a fellow named bhaktivinoda thakur was used to spread fake gaudiya radha stuff and madhavacharya who never existed.   the fake udipi mutt does propaganda for madhavacharya -- we never heard of madhavacharya or chaitanya mahaprabhu till the white invader came to india.   the bullshit "hare krishna hare rama mantra" has nothing to do with sri ram.   this ram is included to fool hindus  . it is about radha ramana.. ramana means lover -- you see radha was a lover of krishna--his mistress who never existed in any purana ..   telugu man gopala bhatta goswami is a fake and backdated creation-- the disciple of chaitanya mahaprabhu. you see chaitanya baby revealed to goswami baby that he is an avatar of krishna ( balls !)..  goswami baby created the radha raman temple--which was actually an old vishnu temple retro installed -- with a shaligram deity of krishna alongside radharani.  hare rama of the chant by iskon -- has nothing to do with sri ram.   chanting this bullshit mantra of hare rama ( radha ) hare krisha does you no good.   radha-vallabha is another fake sect--where krishna is called the consort of radha. here radha is the deity-- krishna is just a side-kick ..  shri radhavallabhlal temple at vrindavan was a vishnu temple converted to radha and krishna idol - a 2 in 1 ..   in sankhya jew rothschild has used his agents like prabhupada to substitute shiva / shakti -------with krishna ( a mere avatar of vishnu ) and a fake mistress radha .

1489)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—       rothschild sent children of traitor kayasthas to england, they later became civil servants, tax officers, junior administrators, teachers, legal helpers and barristers. they rose to the highest positions accessible to natives in british india.  a collegium system was formed in indian judiciary using descendants of these traitors families ..  kayastha jp was a cia agent..  i got this information from a us cia agent..  . he packed his jp movement with traitor bihari kayasthas..     rothschild enrolled him in commie berkeley university..  later rothschild gave him the magsaysay award..   vajpayee made jp bharat ratna,  because he was instrumental in bringing down indira gandhi with kosher deep state help..  law minister ravi shankar prasad ( blue eyed boy of jp ) who sustains our illegal collegium judiciary is a kayastha.. 

1490)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—       jp’s wife was daughter of rothschild agent kayastha brajkishore Prasad.   brajkishore prasad was with gandhi,  kayastha  rajendra prasad ( indias  first president ) and kayastha anugrah narayan sinha  at champaran  .  kayastha banias are called compadores by british historians  . one of the biggest traitors of india is kayastha nabakrishna deb, an agent of robert clive , who was an employee of rothschild.    nabakrishna debs descendants were all opium drug running agents of jew rothschild.   kayastha netaji subhash chandra bose was seen in the same tashkent hotel one hour after the murder of kayastha lal bahadur shastri..

1491)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   jew rothschild created fake samajs using kayasthas.  one samaj will say temples are good but vedas aint no good.   another samaj will say vedas are all balls and shiva is good.    another samaj will say that idol worship is no good but vedas are good.    another will say that vishnu is good but shiva aint no good.   another will say --that vishnu worshipers who sing vernacular hymns are good and the ones chanting sanskrit mantras aint no good.   example: what did the renaissance movement , brahmo samaj say?     brahmo samaj was started at calcutta on 20 august 1828 by raja ram mohan roy and debendranath tagore..  brahmo samajists have no faith in any scripture as an authority.-- so screw the vedas and the mutts .   brahmo samajists have no faith in avatars.--so there goes ram and Krishna..   brahmo samajists denounce polytheism and idol-worship.-- so screw them temples..  brahmo samajists are against caste restrictions-- illiterate shudras can be priests ( almost like nurses can be brain surgeons ).    brahmo samajists make faith in the doctrines of karma and rebirth optional--concept of karma/ moksha is thrown into the dustbin.

1492)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     kayasthas have a unique distinction of having a script - kaithi - associated with their name.   jew rothschild created the kaithi script to maintain secrecy for double book keeping during the mughal rule..    this is how the mughal emperors were bled of resources and revenue..    the kayastha muslims converts  were employed by mughal rulers them to write and maintain records of revenue transactions, legal documents, and title deeds; general correspondence; and proceedings of the royal courts and related bodies..     during the british colonial period the use of kaithi was discouraged, except in bihar, where it was made the official script of government offices and courts. as a result it is also known as the bihar script..

1493)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—      the kayasthas who reconverted back to hindusim were y boycotted by other hindu castes considering their opportunism and lack of character..  this forced them to function as a caste and intermarry among its ranks.    kayasthas practiced family exogamy and caste endogamy , and were forced  to marry within specific sub-castes.   one effect of this interbreeding is that some kayasthas are worse than cunts. some are exceedingly shrewd and slimy lacking honour.

1494)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  the powerful lutyens delhi clique after independence was a kayastha gang. even now there is  a cabal of ngos, journalists, bureaucrats, retired armed forces officers and middlemen who work against india's interests.    some are paid by foreign intelligence agencies to both collect information and spread disinformation. others are embedded into the lutyens' ecosystem where self-interest often supersedes national interest.      in no other nation has  powerful cliques in politics, judiciary , journalism, bureaucracy and the armed forces conspired to protect kosher deep state  interests at the expense of their own country..    so deep-set is the rot that important arms of the government too are compromised. the corporate espionage case unfolding across union ministries in delhi is a symptom of the larger disease: indians betraying india.   it is crucial to break the corrupt nexus that lies at the heart of lutyens' delhi along with its febrile cast of characters: judges, lawyers, journalists, politicians, bureaucrats and fixers disguised as activists. india has a notorious history of kayastha enemies within. they collaborated during the waves of islamic invasions of india..

1495)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  the term guru mentioned in vedas and upanishads is essentially a jivanmukt.

1496)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  guru saakshat para brahma -- applied only --repeat--only to a jivan mukt .

1497)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   mahasamadhi (the great and final samadhi) is the act of a jivanmukt consciously and intentionally leaving his mortal coil on his own time table , as soon has he has completed his self assigned prarabdhas ( responsibilities )  - an example is adi shankaracharya 4000 years ago who distributed the 4 vedas to the 4 corners of india in four mutts he set up...   

1498)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   a realized and enlightened (jivanmukta), yogi (male) who has attained the state of nirvikalpa samadhi, will, at an appropriate time, consciously exit from their body and attains paramukti.  this is known as maha samadhi. this is not the same as the physical death that occurs for an unenlightened person.

1499)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  a jivanmukt is a living liberated soul at highest frequency —an example of which is adi shankaracharya , who mastered the vedas at the age of six.   liberation, while living on planet earth , is called jivanmukti and those who have attained it are called jivanmuktas.

1500)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  the soul of a liberated sage ( jivanmukt ) , is of highest frequency same as the field of brahman.. his karmic baggage is zero.. he has zero ego.. he is  the prince of ascetics  and has transcendental love.  a jivan mukt is in turiya state , and hence is not affected by maya.. he can see beyond the quantum veil of maya..  in the symbol of om turiya is represented by the dot.

1501)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  the jivanmukht does not need to think .. his brain does sphota— which is consciousness minus thinking .  he has transcended worldy matters and has attained cosmic consciousness... this is the meaning of liberation..  he is now a sage , a witness sitting at the bindu and looking outwards .. 

1502)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  the jivan muktas soul has merged with brahman while alive on planet earth..  he does not need to be cremated for his soul to shoot up to the seventh astral layer.. he is literally god ( para brahman ) on earth..

1503)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   the jivanmukt is the guru referred to in the vedas . he has reached the climax of perfection and the whole universe is a part of his body.  the forces of the universe are his friends, not his enemies . this liberated sage does not care for public criticism..  a jivanmukt has sterling virtues like conscience, lack of ego,  gratitude , lack of desires- selfishness- greed- jealousy- anger- and fear, unlimited compassion,  respect for universal laws,  raised consciousness and humility.   he can access akashik records .. every ancient maharishi was a jivan mukt..    they downloaded the veda srutis from akasha ..

1504)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   a jivan mukt is buried in sitting meditative pose above the ground - in a signature dolmen ( muniyara ). he is not cremated as his soul does not need to be shot up to the seventh astral layer..

1505)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  a jivanmukta has reached the imperishable turiya state.  it means  “consciousness minus thinking” . it represents supreme consciousness free from material influence . . in turiya there is the absolute awareness. it is the experience of ultimate reality and truth.   in turiya, the self does not think, feel, or do, but rather observes thought, emotion, and action capable of truly understanding the totality of the universe.   turiya has no limits and no endpoint. it is infinitely transcendent, which means its potential is forever expanding.  you are now a unique individual and you are a vital part of a larger universal life force that transcends everything on earth..   reality and truth become more clearly defined, allowing you to perceive that which lies above, below, and beyond the human experience.  this utterly quiet, peaceful and blissful state is the ultimate aim of all spiritual activity ..  . you experience detachment and joy .

1506)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   a saint is a very ordinary guy.. a sage is the extraordinary being ..   a jivanmukta is a sage who is liberated from bondage even while living with a body.  .  a jivanmukta who has attained the state of nirvikalpa samadhi, will, at an appropriate time, consciously exit from their body and attains paramukti. this act of consciously and intentionally leaving one's body is called as mahasamadhi.   when a rishi (seer sage) becomes a jivanmukta then that rishi is called as brahmarishi or maharishi..

1507)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   a jivan mukt has 12 strand dna, a king sized pineal gland and an aura with vibgour colors encased in a golden sheath.. his kundalini is raised to sahasrara chakra..

1508)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   a guru is  one's spiritual guide, who helps one to discover the same potentialities that the guru has already realized.   at an individual level in hinduism, the guru who heads a gurukul is many things, including being a teacher of skills, a counselor, one who helps in the birth of mind and realization of one's soul, who instills values and experiential knowledge, an exemplar, an inspiration and who helps guide a student's (shiṣya) spiritual development..   at a social and religious level, the guru helps continue the religion and hindu way of life.  guru thus has a historic, reverential and an important role in the hindu culture.

1509)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  guru is not just a person but it is considered as the divine guiding energy which helps humanity to realize its true nature. this energy works through an able person who is pure enough to hold it. this is the reason in hinduism guru is considered as god himself..

1510)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   final liberation is beyond knowing god; it is merging into god. the soul merges into the mother field of brahman of once it was a part..  the true guru is one who knows god and has the power to help others to know god.  the ultimate liberation, in the form of moksha and inner perfection is considered achievable in the hindu belief by two means: with the help of guru ( jivanmukt ) who instills  karma reducing values  , and with soul evolution through the process of karma including rebirth..

1511)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   the jivanmukta does not feel the necessity for abiding by what brings pleasure to the physical body. he has no need for publicity or limelight via youtube videos.. the palm of the hand is his bowl, the earth is his bed, the sky is his clothing.  he has reached the climax of perfection and the whole universe is a part of his body. the forces of the universe are his friends, not his enemies .  a guru’s  actions are cosmic movements and not the instincts of the sense of egoism.

1512)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   when a jivan mukt teaches students who are already at the sixth astral layer by qualities,  he can convey the rest of his teachings in absolute silence provided they sit within his aura field .

1513)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   a guru  had no need to run down wooden ramps behaving like a rock star nay cunt — like homosexuality supporting conmen sri sri ravishankar and sadguru jaggi vasudev —   ---   rogues who milk sanatana dharma , though they dont know the basics --  who belong to jail.  rogues who were born in poverty and are now worth hundreds of crores..

1514)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   fake gurus are the bane of sanatana dharma..   a fake guru will make you part with your money .. he would be born in poverty but will be rolling in hudreds of crores..  a fake guru craves for the limelight — he wants to be on tv and youtube videos..   a fake guru confers on himself grandiose titles like “sadguru” or “sri sri”..   he will dress in fancy robes..   a fake guru will hide his past.   a fake guru like to be seen with powerful people and celebrities.   a fake guru will show partiality to rich and powerful devotees..   a  fake guru does not practise what he preaches..  after reading my blogs on sanatana dharma these conmen are stealthily withdrawing their youtube videos, where they give mindless bullshit..

1515)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  whatever invention/ discovery/ achievement of man which has occurred till today and will occur in future already exists in akashik bank.   man is just a channel.. when nikola tesla invented ac electricity he told about it..   the purpose of man getting moksha and his soul merging with the mother field of brahman is for a closed feedback loop .. this is quantum physics.   his feedback must be dynamic.. the moment it is stagnant there will be pralaya/ cosmic dissolution..

1516)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    the atharva veda was larger than all the other 3 vedas combined together..   ater 330 centuries on oral route all vedas were penned down 70 centuries ago.. a large section of athatva veda was not penned down.. it continued on oral route to prevent misuse.. or terrible damage is not uttered the right way.. elixir would become poison ..   in ancient ayurveda no medication could be given or surgery performed without reciting a relevant atharva veda number..   today if you take the encyclopedia of western drugs ( which are now found in indian medical stores ) , there are thousands of medicines.. each and ever medicine has a corresponding atharva veda mantra ..

1517)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     jew rothschild stole parts 2 ( brahmanas ) and part 3 ( aranyakas ) --which are technical sections of the vedas.. leaving part 1 ( srutis ) and part 4 ( vedanta ) behind..   srutis are sanskrit verses.. the power is in the sound not the meaning, which is only to induce a sense of gratitude..   vedic srutis are geometrically ( divine )congruent..   any poison injection ( ghee converted to beef ) can be detected immediately..   the veda sruti verses in sanskrit had its own divine math multiplex verifiers .. vedic srutis have golden mean (1.618 ) , fibonacci series , pascals triangle, lucas numbers , sri yantra ( geometry of om ), ulam spiral, prime number verifier , isotope magic embedded in it ..

1518)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     vedas on paper is no use.. this is why adi shankaracharya ordained 4000 years ago--that a written veda is useless without a kerala namboodiri proficient in oral route transmission, sitting next to it..   after jew rothschild took over india, he removed the kerala namboodris from the 4 original mutts and installed crypto jew anal sex receiving gays ( who did not know sanskrit ) as pontiffs..

1519)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—      before adi shankaracharya died, he established four mutts to propagate vedanta and the advaita form of hindusim at sringeri, dwarka, puri and badrinath…    each mutt was assigned one veda. 4 vedas and 108 upanishads were in the custody of kerala namboodiris from 4000 bc to 2000 bc..  the mutts are—

jyothir mutt ( badrikashrama ) at badrinath in northern india himalayas with atharva veda under sri totakacharya ;

sarada mutt at sringeri in southern india with yajur veda under sri sureshwaracharya ;

govardhan mutt at jaganath puri in eastern india with rig veda under sri hastamalakacharya


kalika mutt at dwarka in western india with sama veda, under sri padmapadacharya .

1520)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     ancient hindus make a pilgrimage trip to nemi lake in italy to watch the moon reflection on the water.   the female pilgrims went to watch the moon reelection on water inside the deep crater , at lunar standstill which happens every 18.6 years.. this could be called a mega karva chauth..  in modern times hindu women do a karva chauth annually..

1521)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    ancient hindu women pilgrims went to watch the lunar standstill, reflected on water ..  an example is in the italian island of sardinia at the  sacred well of santa cristina..  kerala malayali thiyya queen dido set it up 3600 years ago..   this ancient holy well has perfect geometrical lines, with sharp angles and pristine stone-work everywhere. the keystone-shaped entry way is staggeringly precise. at the base of the stairs is a perfectly circular well with no mortar and a base below the water level.  the most spectacular aspect of the well is that once every 18.6 years (i.e. the lunar cycle), there is a lunar standstill, where the moon reaches a high point in the night sky and appears to stop.  the moon at that exact point aligns with the angle of the stairs that display the well, similarly, the sunlight aligns with the same angle during equinox.. the well is oriented so that sunlight shines upon the water on the equinoxes, and moonlight shines upon the water at the maximum declination of the moon, which occurs every 18.6 years

1522)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   a lunar standstill is the gradually varying range between the northern and the southern limits of the moon's declination, or the lunistices, over the course of one-half a sidereal month (about two weeks), or 13.66 days. (declination is a celestial coordinate measured as the angle from the celestial equator, analogous to latitude.)..    one major, or one minor, lunar standstill occurs every 18.6 years due to the precessional cycle of the lunar nodes at that rate.

1523)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    a major lunar standstill occurs when the moon's declination reaches a maximum monthly limit, stopping at 28.725° north or south.     technical lunar standstill – the point at which the moon seems to reverse course from north to south and vice versa – occurs twice a lunation..  the approximately five degree tilt of the moon’s path around the earth with respect to the path of the earth around the sun assures that the moon can actually appear anywhere from 23.5 degrees (the tilt of the earth’s axis with respect to the ecliptic) plus five degrees above or below the celestial equator, or 28.5 degrees declination north to south.   such a ‘hilly year’ happens once every 18.6 years, and last occurred in 2006, and won’t take place again until 2025. this orbital phenomenon also results in what’s known as a ‘long nights moon’ when the full moon nearest the winter solstice rides high in the sky near the spot the summer.. 

1524)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—      every 18.6 years, there is one day in the equinox of spring, when the moon is at the highest distance towards north from the eastern cardinal point.   every 18.6 years, the full moon sacred well of santa cristina reflects through the hole on to the water. it is a magical karva chauth moment.    the bastard pope has hijacked a hindu pilgrimage .. catholic pilgrims get together for a week of novenas. santa cristina church was built in 1200 ad.

1525)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—      it takes about 360/19.355 = 18.6 years (6793.4 days) for the nodes rahu and ketu to complete one full revolution along the ecliptic.   the lunar nodes are the orbital nodes of the moon, that is, the points where the orbit of the moon crosses the ecliptic. the ascending or north node ( rahu ) is where the moon crosses from south of the ecliptic to north of the ecliptic. the descending or south node ( ketu ) is where it crosses from north of the ecliptic to south of the ecliptic.

1526)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—       eclipses occur only near the lunar nodes: solar eclipses occur when the passage of the moon through a node coincides with the new moon; lunar eclipses occur when passage coincides with the full moon.   a lunar eclipse may occur if there is a full moon within 11° 38' (celestial longitude), of a node, and a solar eclipse may occur if there is a new moon within 17° 25' of a node.   the plane of the lunar orbit precesses in space and hence the lunar nodes precess around the ecliptic, completing a revolution (called a draconic or nodal period) in 6798.3835 days or 18.612958 years ..    such an event happens once every 18.6 years, and last occurred in 2006, and won’t take place again until 2025.   read questions to quora from 1310 to 1365.. all those who ridiculed rahu and ketu as savage hindu superstition will get own shit on face..

1527)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—      

sardinia is full of dolmens ( muniyaras ) at least 800 of them .. the one eyed giants of sardinian lore are really maharishis with third eye open..   sardinia is replete with megalithic structures, a very rare pyramid ( vimana refueling / landing platform ) , and some other ancient structures..   there are structures all over sardinia which when seen from overhead by a hovering helicopter is congruent to the pleiades constellation..   the 7 stars are the wives of the sapt rishis..

#### Sapt rishi husband – Great Bear constellation star / Sapt rishi wife - Pleiades constellation star #####
Krathu - Dubhe / Santhati - Merope
Atri - Megrez / Anasuya -Electra
Vasishta - Mizar / Arundhathi - Taygeta
Angiras - Alioth / Shraddha - Calaeno
Pulaha - Merak / Havubhuh - Alcyone
Pulastya -Phecda /Gathih - Maia
Bhrigu - Alkaid / Puloma – Asterope

the sapt rishis of great bear constellation and their wives are in quantum entanglement..  the sapt rishis wives were important for kerala sailors in the times of queen dido.. as it delimits the sailing season in the mediterranean sea..( read question 473 ) ..

1528)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—       the moon’s maximum and minimum declination also varies because the plane of the moon’s orbit around the earth is inclined by about 5.14° to the ecliptic (the plane of the earth’s orbit around the sun), and the direction of lunar orbit inclination gradually changes over an 18.6-year cycle, alternately adding to or subtracting from the 23.5° tilt of the earth’s axis.   as a consequence, the maximum declination of the moon varies from roughly (23.5° − 5°) = 18.5° to (23.5° + 5°) = 28.5°.   as a result, at minor lunar standstill, the moon will change its declination during the nodal period from +18.5° to −18.5°, which is a total movement of 37°. then, 9.3 years later, during the major lunar standstill, the moon will change its declination during the nodal period from +28.5° to −28.5°, which is a total movement of 57°, which is enough to take its culmination from high in the sky to low on the horizon in just two weeks (half an orbit).

1529)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—      during the june solstice the ecliptic reaches the highest declination in the southern hemisphere, −70′-130′ when at the same time the ascending node has a 90° angle with the sun in the southern hemisphere, the declination of the full moon in the sky reaches a maximum at −23°29′ – 5°9′ or −28°36′. this is called the major standstill or lunistice in the southern hemisphere. nine and a half years later, when the descending node has a 90° angle with the december solstice the declination of the full moon in the sky reaches a maximum at 23°29′ + 5°9′ or 28°36′.  the other major standstill or lunistice, this time in the northern hemisphere.

1530)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—      the nodes ( rahu/ ketu ) are points at which the moon's orbit crosses the ecliptic. the moon crosses the same node every 27.2122 days, an interval called the draconic month. the line of nodes, the intersection between the two respective planes, has a retrograde motion: for an observer on earth, it rotates westward along the ecliptic with a period of 18.60 years or 19.3549° per year. when viewed from the celestial north, the nodes move clockwise around earth, opposite to earth's own spin and its revolution around the sun.  

1531)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—      every 18.6 years, the angle between the moon's orbit and earth's equator reaches a maximum of 28°36′, the sum of earth's equatorial tilt (23°27′) and the moon's orbital inclination (5°09′) to the ecliptic. this is called major lunar standstill. around this time, the moon's declination will vary from −28°36′ to +28°36′. conversely, 9.3 years later, the angle between the moon's orbit and earth's equator reaches its minimum of 18°20′. this is called a minor lunar standstill.  when viewed from the north celestial pole (i.e., from the approximate direction of the star polaris) the moon orbits earth anticlockwise and earth orbits the sun anticlockwise, and the moon and earth rotate on their own axes anticlockwise.

1532)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   ancient indians were the first to keep a record of lunar movements , nodes ( rahu/ ketu ) and lunar standstills ..  for astrology and to determine  days for autophagy by fasting..

1533)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—    when jew rothschild injected poison into our vedas , people like vivekananda should have stopped them.

1534)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   there are several methods to verify a verse ... as all verses are metered.. the verses were uttered reverse to double check .. this is how veda srutis went on oral route for 330 centuries before we penned them 70 centuries ago..

1535)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     i give atharva veda mantra isotope numbers.. there is a number for every medicine ever made on earth.. one wrong number , the medicine wont have effect or may aggravate the situation..  there is a number for 100 different types of pain or infection.. unlike todays broad band spectrum chemical medicines with severe after effects..   veda srutis were conveyed over 33 millenniums by the danava civilization without losing a single tone or tenor..leave alone alphabets..

1536)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     rothschild deleted the danava civilization --like how he deleted nikola tesla..  the white invader stole technical sections of vedas part 2 brahmanas and part 3 aranyakas..   they left behind part 1 srutis-- but after injecting it with poison.. and part 4 vedanta which was mostly philosophy--which they stole and patented with half baked understanding..   the white invader did not know that it is impossible to inject poison when a kerala namboodiris proficient in oral transmission of vedas gets the verse..   this is why adi shankaracharya said 4000 year ago-- writing down the vedas in a book is useless , unless you have a kerala namboodiri attached to the book.. he is part of the book ( as a live conscious audio cd --without search function ) , not a mere custodian..

1537)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     the power of veda srutis is in the sound it produces.--not the word meaning.. veda srutis were downloaded from akasha..there is no human author.   most of the time the sruti meaning was obscure, just to create a sense of gratitude..   but the verses must be read between the lines.. for example -- a cow on one leg is kali yuga..   no ayurveda surgery was done in ancient times , without uttering the relevant atharva veda verse.. if the verse is chanted the right way there is no need for surgery at all..   this is why kerala namboodiris were in great demand in ancient times , by kings of foreign nations..

1538)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—     are ancient indians idiots to convey millions of verses for 400 centuries by oral route?  paagal tha kya ? enemies of sanatana dharma could ot kill it.. there was no head to cut off. like other religions with single messiah/ single holy book..  if a man proficient in veda oral transmission holds a dowsing stick it will twirl and go crazy if any poison injection is encountered --this is a dna function..

1539)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   ramanuja ( born 1017 ad ) who was cooked up and backdated by jew rothschild for divide and rule .. he never existed.

1540 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—  ramanuja was never a priest in varadharaja perumal temple, kanchipuram,  as written by the white historian—as he never existed.. we never heard of ramanuja till the white invader came to india..

1541 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   lot of tamils  go skippety skip to sri rangam temple to worship the mummy of ramanuja..   since ramanuja never existed, this is a fake body..  the finger nails can be seen clearly .. dna tests can be done .. hindus are banned from worshipping dead bodies..

1542 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says—   rothschild created ramanuja to throw shit on works of adi shankaracharya...

1543 )    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says-

fake ramanujas guru is the fake yamunacharya who tom tommed the fake 12 alwars ..   lot of bullshit stories about ramanuja are cooked up by the white invader and his indian stooges.
ramanuja travelled to srirangam to meet yamunacharya.

but alas -- yamunacharya had died prior to ramanuja's arrival.    however the dead cadaver had 3 fingers tightly curled.

so our man ramanuja took upon himself to uncurl them bad fingers.

he took 3 solemn oath and one by one—hey presto, the fingers uncurled.

1. i shall make all people know about our sampradayam and spread vaishnavism-by composing a commentary on tiruvaymozhi of nammalvar the most prolific thambi among the alvars.
2. i shall write 'the shri bashya' which will give the entire world the knowledge of reality.
3. i shall name a deserving child after parasara batta.



1544)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says-  rothschild then cooked up and back dated ramanuja and the 12 alwars to strike at the roots of sanatana dharma.    here sanskrit was banned and people were asked to worship fake cooked up alwar human mortals .. their only god would be vishnu .. iyers revolted and said we will not obey this foul diktat of abandoning shiva from the fake kanchi mutt and udipi mutt—and the foul requirement of worshiping a mortal names ramanuja and the  12 alwars..  so rothschild created the iyengar tamil brahmin clan..  there were huge financial incentives..  a portion of the iyengar clan revolted—they said we don’t want to be part of a system where sanskrit of vedas is banned .. so they became the vadakalai sect ..  the balance opportunists became thenkalai vaishnava sect .  rothschild took care of them financially.

1545)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says-   iyengars follow the sri vaishnava tradition - a more stringent form of hinduism where the worship primarily centers around the vishnu pantheon. all iyengars are the followers of ramanuja. the tamil pride party are thenkalai iyengars.  iyengars follow the visishtadvaita philosophy propounded by the fake  ramanuja ( who never existed ) they are divided into two sub-sects 'vadakalai' (northern branch) and thenkalai (southern branch).  as jew rothschild wanted some sold out iyengars have place their acharya ( alawar ) above vishnu..  dark skinned blunt faced iyengars are invariably  thenkalai iyengars..  non-brahmins / dalits were admitted into the sect by ramanuja and his rothschild created lineage.  iyengar follow the tenents laid down by sri ramanuja who advocated the philosophy of visishtadvaita.  iyengars are more bhakti based. this is what jew rothschild wanted ..  when  staunch iyengars visit far away badrinath mutt, they come back without visiting kedarnath temple ( shiva )..

1546)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says-    why did jew rothschild cook up ramanuja and backdate him? . he wanted to eradicate sanskrit mantras from hindu temples..  sanskrit mantras have enormous power.. the power is in the sound not the meaning of the word, which is only to put you in a frame of gratitude.  ridiculous tamil slokas and bhajans have zero power..  you cannot get moksha by bhakti to vishnu ( only shraddha is allowed in sanatana dharma )  or the alwars.  

1547)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says-     six principles of vishishtadvaita : lord of kanchi (sri varadaraja perumal) told these six statements to sri ramanuja ( who never existed ) through thambi sri thirukachi nambi.   1. sriman narayana is the supreme self; unparalleled and unsurpassed - ahameva param tatvam. ( vishnu cannot exist without shiva and brahma—they are one trinity ) …  2. the lord has all the insentient and sentient as his body, and he is the soul of everything - darsanam bhedam eve cha. ( nonsense , individual souls are part of brahman the mother field )…    3. the way to get salvation is surrendering to the feet of the lord - upayeshu prapatisyaat ( bhakti ). …    4. there is no need to adopt contemplation on the lord during our final breath - anthima smruthi varjanam. ( oh yeah ?)  …  5. after the soul departs from the material body, it gets salvation if he/she adopted the means of surrender (saranagathi) - dehaavasaane mukthisyaat. ( sorry , you don’t get moksha unless your karmic baggage is zero )…   6. one should approach a fully qualified vaishnava acharya and get enlightened - (poorna)achaaryam samaasraya.  ( nonsense )  .. sanatana dharma does not place much impotrance on any acharya..  he cannot give you moksha ..  no praying to some mortal poet tamil alawar ( even if his fellow is not cooked up ) will benefit you.

1548)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says-     thenkalai sect of iyengars follow the methods told by preceptor pillai loka charyan.. fake ramanuja's words were always final..  tenkalai view ( vishu’s / alwar’s  grace is spontaneous. they can grant moksha to anyone he likes.  balls …   there is a thenkalai monastry at sriperumbudur in kanchipuram district ..  ramanuja enunciated the principles of vishishtadwaita (meaning modified advaita). this is bullshit with a capital b.  .. srirangam promoted the prabhandam (tamil bhakti poems) and became a centre of thenkalai iyengars and fake ramanuja worship...

1549)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says-      jew rothschild ensured that thenkalai iyengars adopted the cooked up philosophy of ramanuja ( who never existed )..   they have to accept several theological and philosophical dogmas which go against even the basics of sanatana dharma and vedas.   80% of iyengar stock is thenkalai (  dalits ) who had been converted into vaishnavism by ramanuja and the rest is vadakalai.   the vadakalais also have darker counterparts due to intermarriage with thenkalais.   bother tamil vadakalai and thenkalai iyengars follow ramanuja. thenkalai consists of both brahmins and non-brahmins. there also many brahmins with dark complexion. thenkalai iyengars follow vedas dhivyaprabandhams.   there also sannidhi for azhwars and ramanuja in many vadakalai temples

1550)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says –   agama rooted in bhakti ( 12 alwars , 63 nayanars ) of the fake rothschild created tamil mutts introduced lengthy, ponderous , meaningless rituals , giving monopoly to stooge brahmins --harassing the ordinary poor hindus, making him self loathing..

1551)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says –    agama system using tamil language and bhakti ( not shraddha ) was created by kanchi mutt to wedge away tamils from sanatana dharma.  12 alwars vaishnavite poet saints and 63 nayanars shaivite  poet saints of the tamil agama tradition rooted in bhakti ( not shraddha ) were cooked up by the white invader.. their massive tamil literature was cooked up by the fake kanchi mutt.   the trinity of brahma /vishnu/ shiva ( cosmic allegories ) work in tandem in harmony.. they are part of dvaita vedanta..  one god cannot be more equal than the other two .  one cannot exist  without the other two..  while in the kanchi temple varadaraja perumal ( ridiculous agama version of vishnu ) was created by brahma ..

1552)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says –    before the white invader came to india , we never heard the names of jayadeva or radha or nappinnai or nammalwar ( the greatest alwar saint ) ..  nappinnai ( radha, mistress of Krishna who never existed ) enjoys an exalted position in tamil agama religious literature.. there is no bhakti in any of the vedas.. only shradda based gratitude..

1553)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says –   the verses of alwars are compiled as nalayira divya prabandham and the 108 temples revered are classified as divya desam. nammalwar is considered the fifth in the line of the twelve alwars.    nammalwar is considered the greatest among the twelve alwars and his contributions amount to 1352 among the 4000 stanzas in the nalayira divya prabandam.   the verses of nammalwar are recited as a part of daily prayers in agama tamil temples.  vishnu avatar hayagriva is a fake creation of jew rothschild..   you find this horse headed creature in agama tamil temples ( fake kanchi mutt ) and karnataka ( fake udupi mutt ).   the hayagriva upanishad is cooked by jew rothschild..  every year--the tamil language world conference -- is called by white christians who keep the agama system alive -- where they keep doing hajaaar propaganda that tamil is older than sanskrit  .. now there is an army of tamil hasbaras ( tamil pride party ) on internet converted everything of importance in india to tamil origin

1554)    is capt ajit vadakayil right when he says –   iskcon is a part of the brahma madhava gaudiya sampradaya, but it is unique among the four sampradayas because of the appearance of the vishnu himself as sri chaitanya mahaprabhu who propagated the chanting of the holy name  ..  chaitanya mahaprabhu of the fake bhakti movement never existed.. he was cooked up by jew rothschild





















    capt ajit vadakayil



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