Friday, 11 January 2013

excerpts fm Gita Antararth--the inner meaning---Kriyayoga interpretation

 I am going to give some excerpts of Gita Antararth written with the guidance given by Mahavatar Babaji during my Dhyana. I shall give the Hindi & Telugu versions also in future.
Mahabharat means Great Effulgence. The Sadhak shall fix his gaze in Kootastha, the centre between the eye brows,  while doing Meditation.  Then he will find Great(Maha) Effulgence(Bharat). His life is useless if who does not get this Great Effulgence at least once in his life time.
Enemies are two types, Internal and External. To defeat external enemies physical eyes are required. To defeat internal enemies internal  eye is required.  That internal eye is called
‘Third Eye’.
Every man consists of several traits. They are:  Dhritarashtra, Blind Mind impregnated with love and affection on his children whether  they are good or bad. 
Sanjaya, the conqueror of himself, embodiment of Pure Thinking. 
Bheeshma, Ego. 
Drona, Habits(Good or Bad) 
Vikarna, Raga and Dwesha, Attachment and detatchment.
Duryodhana, Kama or King of Desires.
Dussaasana, Krodha or Anger. 
Karna, Lobha or Greed. 
Sakuni,Moha or Delusion. 
Salya,  Madam or Pride.  
Kritaverma, Maatsarya or Jealousy. 
These are the symbolic representation of Kauravas, qualities of vice, Rakshasa prakriti or Demonic Nature, in Man. 
Pandavas represent qualities of virtue, Daivee Prakriti, Godly Nature, in Man. 
Each and every man contains both Pandavas and Kauravas in him.   
A man can not be 100% cruel. He may be having 1% Good quality or thinking. That 1% Goodness shall lead him to think ‘ Who am I, where from I have come?, what is my destination?, what I am doing is right or wrong? ’’ That leads him to do Kurukhetra war. Then with his Will Power he will try to overcome his Karma. That endeavour is called  Sadhana. To reach his Home, Paramatman, is the meaning of his Sadhana.
Pure Mind, Pure Intellect and Pure Self are one and the same.
Moolaadhara(Coccygeal), Swaadhisthana(Sacral) and Manipura(Lumbar) plexus are Kurukshetra.
Manipura, Anahata(Dorsal) and Visuddha(Cervical) Chakras are Kurukshetra – Dharmakshetra.
Visuddha, Agna and Sahasrara are Dharmakshetra.
The outgoing force of life energy at the base of the spine in Moolaadhara(Coccygeal) is called Kundalinee. The Kundalinee serpent force runs down through a circular passage coiled 31/2  turns like a snake into the nerves. Only by super Psycho-Physical methods like Kriya Yoga Practice, this Kundalinee can be awakened.
The Kundalinee passage is the Gate Way of the out going Life Force at the base of the spine. This gateway is responsible for flooding the life current from the soul region of the different senses of sight, touch, smell, taste, and hearing, including the earth bound, physical, creative force of sex. When this  is ego oriented then it is called sleeping Kundalinee. When it is God oriented due to Kriya sadhana, it called awakened Kundalinee.
If the battery is not charged in regular intervals In a Mobile cell Phone  whenever required, it will be dead. Man will bring his Prarabdha karma out of his accumulated Sanchita Karma. The main thing the man brings alongwith his Prarabdha karma is Hansas. One Hansa=one breath-in and one breath-out. To have a healthy and energetic life at least, one has to awaken the Kundalinee life force by doing Kriyayoga Sadhana 30 minutes in the morning and evening.   This Kundalinee force is called Draupadi in Mahabharata.   
Arta jana=  the one who is required of help from Sadguru, embodiment of pure wisdom. 
The war between Positive and negative forces during Sadhana to a Arta Jana, Arjuna or the Sadhak, is expatiated through Bhagavan Shree Krishna, Pure Intellect or Intuition. That Auspicious Sacred song is called Shreemad Bhagavadgita.       
Mat= Mind, 
Bhagavat= Parabrahman, 
Gita = Song.
Bha= Bhakti or Dedication,
Ga= Gnana or Pure wisdom,
va=Vairagya (detatchment/impassion)
ta= tatwagnaan or That is You only wisdom.   
The sacred song  that is heard by a Sadhak through Pure mind or Parabrahman is Shreemad BhagavadGita.  


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