KRIYA

Sunday, 26 July 2015

Ramayana, Mahabharata, Bhagavatam , Kundalinee Kriyayoga


DEVI, DEVATA, DEVIL or GOBLIN

GAJENDRA MOKSHAM

SRIKALAHASTI

Siva And Arthanaareeswara

SANKHYAM

BRANCHES OF SWAMY / SWAMY SAAKHAAS

RAVANA VADHA

SRITI AND SMRITI

SATYAM.  
ARTHANAARESWARA
APUTRASYA GATIRNAASTI
PANCHAAMRITA SNAANAM 

BIG  FISH – SMALL  FISH 

MAHA BHARATAM / GREAT EFFULGENCE

PARA, PASYANTI, MADHYAMA & VAIKHARI

AAPASTAMBHA SUTRAM

Some SPIRITUAL Inner Meanings

DANCE MACABRE / DRAMA of SPIRIT AND NATURE

MAHA BHARATAM 

YOGAAYANAM

Sri Rama Padukaa Pattabhishekam/Sri Rama Pattabhishekam

Jaya Vijaya

Killing of Hiranyakasipu/Hiranyaaksha, Ravana, Kumbhakarna and Sisupaala/Dantaawaktra
Hanuman
Gayatri Mantra  
Aapasthambha sutra  
The great acts of Srikrishna
PATAANJALI ASHTAANGAYOGA
KRIYAYOGA
Idol worship
Seven yoginee Devatas .
Omkaram 
Incarnations(Avataras)

Meaning of some words or symbals of Mythology
Gomansabhakshana – Pranaayama
Seven types of matter
Nine Incarnations of Devi
Saptagnaanadeepikas
Birth of Gita
The main theme of Gita
Man, three bodies
The characters in Mahabharata
Things that help the Meditator or Sadhak for uninterrupted Sadhana
Some of the qualities of Karavas, The Evil forces, are given below
Apparent meaning of Mahabharata and Gita
Eight types of Ahimsa, Non-violence
Yagna
Tyaagam, Sanyasam
Penance(Tapas)
Configuration  of Gita

PADMAVYUHAM – ABHIMANYU

ONAM 
There are 72,000 subtle nadis exist in human body. 
Kapidhwaja
Gateway
Three Bodies and five sheaths   
Castes
Eight types of marriages
Three bodies
KARMA  THIRD EYE.
Four Vedas. 
Abhishekam Panchaamrita Snaanam
Kriya yoga
Hiranyakasipuvadha
Hiranyaakshavadha
Ravana Kumbhakarna Vadha
Sisupala and Dantavaktra Vadha
Kundalini 
Four types of disciplines
Kundalinee
Sri Krishna ––16000 Gopikas  
Vayus –– utility
Karma
Chakorapakshi (Greek partridge)
Jaatakapakshi:(Jataka Bird)
Diiferent Yogas 
Doshas or faults
Avasthas (States)
Srividya
Deluse or Pralaya 
The qualities of yugas
Covering the mistake
Mahattatwam
Manus are fourteen. They are
MAHESWARASOOTRAANI
Kriyayoga
Food and Mind
Saktipaatam
Chakradhyaana
Aasanas (Postures)

MUDRAAS

Ramayanam in brief
Gautama—Ahalya
Adhyaatma Ramayanam
Paarvati

VASUKI – KUNDALINI – KAALIYA MARDANAM

Deepavali
Vinayaka






 

What is DEVI, DEVATA, DEVIL or GOBLIN?


The one that is not having Physical body (Sthoola sareera) is called DEVI, DEVATA, DEVA or DEVIL. That is the reason the one that is not seen by our naked eye is called by us as DEVI, DEVATA, DEVA, DEVIL or GOBLIN. If it is bad, we call it as DEVIL. If it is good, we call it as Devi, Devata or Deva. The sky, air, fire, water, earth, mind, intellect, Chittam (feeling) etc. everything is Devi, Devata or Deva (Angel) for us. So for our misery, pain or pleasure, opulence etc. our Karma is responsible. ‘Twameva Aham’. What you are now is due to Karma only.

Gajendra Moksham
There is a mythological story in Hindu Bhagavata. One elephant enters  a river. Its legs were caught by a crocodile. It prays Lord Vishnu for Help. Hearing its prayers Vishnu sends his weapon Sudarshan Chakra to kill the Crocodile and gets the elephant freed from the clutches of Crocodile.

Its inner meaning is given below:
Gaja=Elephant.  Ga alphabet in Sanskrit represents Pure wisdom. Ja= Intelligence. So Gaja means the one with Pure intelligence. Gaja+Indriya=Gajendriya= the most superior amongst the senses i.e., Mind. So Mind is the most superior amongst the senses. Moksham=liberation.  Crocodile represents mundane existence. Sudarshan Charam= thousand petalled Sahasrarachakra.

Manaeva Manushyaanaam Bandha Moksha Kaaranam.

The liberation of Mind from mundane existence with Kriyayoga Sadhana is Gajendramoksham.  Then the sadhak beholds the Sahasrarachakra which will annihilate all bondages.


SRIKALAHASTI


Sri means Spider. Spider builds its nest with its own saliva. Then it resides in it itself. Likewise every Jeevi or living being builds its own nest / living place. This is called spider’s nest. KALA means snake. The snakes are like Indriyaas (senses). To control senses is akin to control snakes. HASTI means Elephant. Elephant is having powerful Gaze/sight. Kannadu is the innocent hunter. Siva Lingam means Sahasrara chakram.

Srikalahasti is a holy place near Tirupathi. In Srikalahasthi charitra, Kannadu, the hunter, plucks both his eyes and paste them on the Siva Lingam as the eyes of the Siva Lingam were bleeding. Elephant daily puts water on the Siva Lingam and cleans it daily. This means cleaning of your body & mind. Have a proper sight (understanding). Controlling senses is the meaning behind snake putting its hood on the Lingam. With control of senses & mind, one should come out of this spider nest like Jagat Sansar. Put / Concentrate your Gaze on the Sahasrara (Siva Lingam). Gaze fixation means both eyes should be on Sahasrara. This is the meaning of plucking one’s eyes. Control the senses & mind. Fix the gaze on the Sahasraara and mediate. Then one shall get liberated.


Siva And Arthanaareeswara


Siva wearing snake round his neck is the indication to sadhaka to control the senses. The senses are like snakes. Ganga (water) means to come out of Nature. Ash indicates this Jagat Sansar is unreal. Trisulam indicates to come out of three gunaas. Third eye in kutastham indicates one should develop fixed Gaze (eeka drishti). Siva means MANGAL SWAROOP.

So chanting OM and doing pranaayama, meditate on Kutastha. Control the senses.  COMe out of the senses; go beyond Nature (Maya). Have fixed Gaze. Visualize the unreality of Jagat. Merge with Paramatma and become Mangal Swaroopa.


Pure wisdom is EESWARA. This Universe is inert and made of stones & sand etc. So the insentient and inert matter cannot be the cause for pure wisdom. So it is not justified to make EESWARA, the cause of inert matter. Pure wisdom is Purusha.

BRANCHES OF SWAMY / SWAMY SAAKHAAS


TEERTHA AASRAMA VANA ARANYAM GIRI PARVATA SAAGARAM SARASWATI BHARATEECHA PURI NAAMANI VY DASAH ||

(1) SAAGAR  (2) PURI (3) ARANYAM (4) GIRI (5) BHARATI
(6) SARASWATI (7) TEERTHA (8) AASRAM (9) VANA
(10) PARVATA

Every Swamy uses a tag “AANANDA” in general. AANANDA means to aspire liberation through a divine peculiarity or divine excellence.

YOGANANDA, the one who excels in yoga meditation.


RAVANA VADHA


The Kundalini power in Mooladhara chakra is Sita Devi. It is custOMary to Christine the sakti as female one in Hindu philosophy. Sri Rama, Paramatma, exists in Sahasrara chakra in Brahma Randhram. For a normal non-meditating human being the required life force is drawn from Sahasrara to Mooladhara. Sahasrara is the reservoir of Cosmic Energy. From Sahasrara life force (distorted form of Cosmic Energy) is supplied to Kundalini in Mooladhara. As long as the life force from Sahasrara is uninterruptedly supplied then the normal human being does not suffer. He will be happy. But the opposite negative forces in Manipura chakra like fear, greediness, hate & moods etc. shall oppose / interrupt the inflow of life force from Sahasrara to reach Kundalini in Mooladhara. Deceases takes place proportional to this opposition from Manipura negative forces. This leads to spoiling / damage of organs (lever, heart, and kidney) one after another. Then the immunization capacity declines.  The opposite force(s) in Manipura chakra is the cause of this interruption of life force from Sahasraara chakra.
      
The Manipura chakra is of red colour with 10 rays. So this is also called RAVANA CHAKRA. Then the human being cries for help calling “RAMA” loudly. Then Rama i.e. Paramatma in the Sahasrara understands the trouble through Annahata chakra. This chakra is also called VAYU CHAKRA since it is the place of air element. Anjaneya is the son of Vayu. A gland viz., Thymus gland is responsible for immunization (roga nirodhaka sakti). Through this gland “RAM” in Sahasrara understands the obstruction in Manipura chakra with the help of Anjaneya. This whole procedure is done through VAGUS nerve. This is known as CHOODAAMANI. This is the reason that one should do pranayaama, if wanted to be healthy. By doing pranayaama the obstructive force at Manipura (behind navel) is destroyed to pave the way for free flow of life force from Sahasrara. Man gains his health. This is what is called SRIRAMA destroying / cauterizing / drying the amritabhandam in the stOMach of Ravana. Amrita (Nectar) Bhandam (Utensil).  Obstructive forces are eternal like nectar to a normal man.


SRITI AND SMRITI


The thing of truth that always exists or eternal is called sriti. The truth appropriate to that period of time is called smriti. In Sanskrit truth is called SATYAM. This is the reason truth is of 3 types.

(1) Vyavaharika Satyam
(2) Praatibhasika Satyam
(3) Paramaarthika Satyam

1. VYAVAHARIKA SATYAM:

Example: (a) During the period of 2 or 3 hours whatever is happening in that cinema is Vyavahaarika Satyam. In fact nobody is beaten / dying as displayed in that cinema.

(b) Sun rises in the east is Vyavahaarika Satyam. Because sun does not move. Due to the revolution of earth around sun it appears as though the sun is moving.

2. PRATIBHASIKA SATYAM:

It did not exist before. But the present existence is superimposed on the thing that did not exist before. In light darkness, a rope may appear like a snake from the distance. This is called RAJJU SARPA BHRANTI in Saastraas. This is called Pratibhasika Satyam.

3. PARAMAARTHIKA SATYAM:

The thing that is all times truth is Paramaarthika Satyam.

Example: The cinema screen is always white only. It was white before cinema, during cinema and after cinema.

There are 44 types of Smritis. They are moral rules books introduced by sages appropriate to that period for the well being of the people. MANU Smriti, YAAGNA VALKYA Smriti, PARAASARA Smriti etc. are such Smritis.

In Kaliyuga Paraasara Smriti is followed.

In Manu Smriti

“Na stree swaatantraya marhati”

The lady cannot have freedOM is the meaning. In childhood parents have to protect her. After marriage, her husband has to protect her. During old age, her son should protect her. Normally ladies are biologically weak. This Smriti vaakya (principle) is applicable when a lady cannot stand on her own legs due to lack of education & cannot earn herself. Even children & old people also have to depend on their parents & children respectively. So the real meaning is ladies, children & old people are to be given a helping hand. Not that a lady should be confined to the hOMe only always. So the Smriti vaakyaas are to be understood properly.


Arthanaareswara means half male & half female. God Siva is said to be Arthanaareswara as per Hindu philosophy. Every human being whether male or female contains X-chrOMosomes and Y-chrOMosomes. As such everybody is half male and half female and hence everybody is arthanaareswara only.


APUTRASYA GATIRNAASTI:

“APUTRASYA GATIRNAASTHI” means the one who does not have a male offspring shall have to exit through a bad way or undesirable way at the time of death and after death. As per science male is responsible for the birth of male and female child since the donor of seed is male one. But the female is tortured for not giving a male child.

Great Souls like Adisankara, Sri Vivekananda or Paramahansa Sri Yogananda were not at all married and maintained strict celibacy and do not have any children, male or female. But they are considerd to be Gods.

Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa is married, but did not have any offspring. His marriage is not consummated. He maintained very strict celibacy. But Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa and Param Pujaneeya Sri Sarada Devi are worshipped throughout the world in spite of their exit long ago.

Offspring is / cannot (be) the yardstick for one’s greatness. Aatmagnana Sunyata (No knowledge of Soul science) is the main reason behind this.


PANCHAAMRITA SNAANAM:    PANCHA = Five, AMRITA = Eternal.

When we respect God, we prostrate before him saying “Namaskaram to you God, up & down, left & right, north & south, east & west etc.” Pancha Maha Bhootaas or five vibratory elements viz., Ether (Aakaasa), Air (Vaayu), Fire (Agni), Water (Jalam) & Earth (Prithvi) are five eternal elements or Panchaamritaas. They are the root cause of Creation. So we are respecting God by saying / doing ablutions of God with these five eternal vibratory elements. The five elements viz., cow milk; curd, ghee, honey and sugar are the symbols of the five vibratory elements.

BIG  FISH – SMALL  FISH


Energy can neither be created nor can be destroyed. One form of Energy can be converted to another form of Energy. The mechanism that converts one form of Energy into another form of Energy is called Transducing and the instrument is called Transducer. Loudspeaker, ceiling fan and turbines etc. are such transducers.

Small energies merge with big energies. That is why the saying “big fish eating small fish” means big Energy absorbing small Energy. Everything is Energy only. At last even the carbon or crude oil etc. are once living beings. The carbon or crude oil etc. are called fossil fuel as such.

MAHA BHARATAM / GREAT EFFULGENCE


Maha Bharatam means great effulgence. For steady meditation so many forces within and without will be obstructing. By going to places of mountains, forests and solitude one cannot get/do good meditations.  The thoughts will be hunting the saadhaka even in those places. The restless prana should get steady. The steady (sthira praana) prana leads to steady mind. Steady mind leads to Jeevanmukti (liberation). So everyone should become Hanuman. Hanu means killing, man means mind. So to make the restless mind into steady mind is Hanumaan. So all the arishadwargaas, ego, fear and sanskaaraas must be totally eradicated. The roles / actors of Mahabharata are the replica / sobriquet of internal enemies. Arjuna is the aspiring Yogi. The Yogi should get rid of Bhishma (fear) within him.

“Na chaita dwidhaha katranno gareeyo”
                                                           - - - - Geeta 2-6.

“In this Maha Bharata war who will become victorious cannot be known” says Arjuna. Arjuna had expressed fear (Bhishma). Krishna (Buddhi) advised to kill Fear (Bhishma) first.

A student should courageously pursue his studies not bothering about employment opportunities. A laborious player will not fear to attack opponents in sports and athletics.

The next thing a saadhaka should kill in him is the sanskaaraas (unfulfilled desires that is Drona). The sanskaaraas may be good or bad. But both are undesirable. Good sanskaaraas are like golden shackles. Bad sanskaaraas are like iron shackles. So both will bind the man to the Jagat sansaar. Both will obstruct the liberation.

Lastly the saadkaka should kill attachment (raaga) and repulsion / hatred (dwesha) represented by karna. If someone dies in somebody’s house we will not bother much, where as if this incident happens in our own house we bother much. So the cause for grief is not the death but the attachment. Likewise we are very much jelous about someone else’s opulence and we start hating him where as if our own son or daughter is happy we will not feel jealously and hence will not hate him / her. So the cause for hatred is repulsion. The raga and dwesha are represented by karna.

So the saadhaka should kill (1) Fear (Bhisma) (2) Sanskaaraas (Drona) and then (3)  Attachment and repulsion (Karna) In him.

After this the restlessness of mind is removed and saadhaka’s mind becomes steady. With steady mind the saadhaka shall be able to see the Atmajyothi. Light is faster than sound. So the saadhaka shall realize and gets liberated if he merges / absorbs with the light.

“Dharma kshetre kurukshetre”
                                                   Geeta 1-1.
So in each and every chakra (kshetra) meditate.


PARA, PASYANTI, MADHYAMA & VAIKHARI


Para Pasyanti Priya Vaikhari
Sasikala Sri Manula Madhyama  |
Karuna Kataaksha Lahari Kaatyaayani Bhaarati
Sri Durgamba Navakoti Sahita Maampahi Maaheswari  ||

Paraavak Mola Chakra Staha Pasyanti Naabhi Samsthitha  |
Hridistaa Madhyamaagneyaa Vaikhari Kantha Desagaa ||

PARA word is located in Mooladhara,
PASYANTI is located in Manipura,
MADHYAMA (Priya) is located in Annahata and
VAIKHARI word is located in Visuddha chakra.


AAPASTAMBHA SUTRAM


“Asango Sabdo Sareero Sparsascha Mahaan Suchihi”  ||
He is limbless, He is attributeless, He is the Subtlest amongst Subtlests, He is beyond logic.

Bhaga means opulence, strength (potentiality), fame, wealth wisdom, dispassionation are the six qualities superimposed on God. Hence he is called Bhagavan.


1. ASWATTHAMA: ASWA = Horse, THAAMA = Abode. The slave of senses

2.VAIKUNTHA: The one that is potential enough to commingle all five vibratory elements.

3. MOOSHIKA VAAHANA: MOOSHIKA = Rat, VAAHANA = Steed. Put pressure on your dark (taamasa guna) qualities and remove them from within.

4. Vyaaghra VAAHANA: Vyaaghra = Tiger, VAAHANA = Steed. Supress EGO (Tiger) within and give it up.

5. NANDI VAAHANA: Symbol for wisdom (Gnaana).

6. HANSA: As a Swan differentiates milk and water, give up bad and imbue good. Life force is also called Hansa.

7. GARUDA: Be an embodiment of pure wisdom.

8. BHAGAVATAM:  BHA = Bhakti, GA = Pure wisdom, VA = Dispassion, TA = Tatwagnana (I am the God Aham Brahmaasmi), M….MMM… = When one is adorned with the above then one gets liberation.

9. LION: Lion mates once in three years. So control lust.

10. ELEPHANT: Powerful sight in spite of small eyes at a height. Pure vegetarian animal.

11.NAARADA: NAARAM GNAANAM DADAATI ITI NAARADAHA. The one who provides infinite pure wisdom.

 

DANCE MACABRE / DRAMA of SPIRIT AND NATURE


In an eye, black and white are a must. If the whole eye is black one cannot see. If the whole eye is white, then also one cannot see. Likewise in Jagat Sansaar Black (Pain) & White (Pleasure) both are required. This drama will go on as long as there is black and white.


“Yogena Naabhim Drishtwa”  = Surya looks at the navel
- - - - Maha Bharatam

In Maha Bharata sage Durvasa (in spite of being a sage, he was obsessed with an evil quality of anger) preaches a mantra to Kunti, dispassion personified.

Kunti wanted to test the verasity of this mantra. By this, her dispassion is distorted and hence passion emerged. So Surya (Cosmic Energy) comes down and puts his gaze on Kunti’s navel (Manipura chakra). Then the self-control in Manipura chakra got disturbed with the passion of Saadhaka. This resulted in the birth of Karna i.e. Raaga and Dwesha (attraction and repulsion) when passion with disturbed self control combines under the catalyst of Cosmic Energy, then the result is Raaga and Dwesha. Saadhaka should be aware of this.

 

 

YOGAAYANAM


Sri Ram (Universal Consciousness) is at far, even Adiseshu i.e.,Lakshmana representing  moolaadhara Sakti  is also at far,   Jataayu comes to the rescue of kundalinee sakti (Seeta Devi).  The situation is some thing like when big denOMination currency is exhausted man will depend on lower and lower denOMination currency.  Jataayu represents ojaha sakti distorted form of Cosmic Consciousness.  Jata means hair and aayu means sakti or life force (in head) in  Sanskrit.    When that   Ojaha sakti is also exhausted, kundalinee sakti (Seeta Devi) will be under the control of Ahamkaara.  Ahamkaara is  represented  here by Raavana.  Losing all hopes of rescuing, kundalinee sakti (Seeta Devi) will depend and wait for Sri Ram (Universal Consciousness) to rescue her. This is the Seeta Apaharan katha in Ramaayana.  Apaharan means kidnapping.

Mandhara means man dhara i.e., the saadhaka who is under the control of wavering mind.  kaikeyi means embodiment of desires.  Sumitra means good friend.  Kausalya means good counseling.   Because of  Sumitra and Kausalya so far kaikeyi is contented.  But when kaikeyi comes under the spell of Mandhara (wavering mind) she does not care Dasaratha.  Dasaratha means the leader of 10 senses or imdriyaas i.e.,Buddhi (determination). So Buddhi (determination) dies.  So kaikeyi (embodiment of desires ) wants power for Bharata (saadhaka) who is not yet ripe for getting power of Darsan of Sri Ram (Universal Consciousness).  As per yuga dharma Sri Ram (Universal Consciousness) goes away saying Bharata (saadhaka) has to wait for 14 years for his darsan. This is story of Sri Rama aranyawaasa.

Maya (Nature/SeetaDevi) for ordinary man does not die.   Continuous prolonged &intensive Yoga sadhana is required for janmaraahitya. Then only Nature dies for saadhaka.    To show that Nature does not die the Seeta Agni pravesa story is intended. Agni pravesa means to burn oneself in fire.  Fire brings out Seetaa (Prakriti/ maya )   unscathed.  Seeta is Ayonija.  Ayonija means Seetha is not born out of ordinary yoni (vagina).   Seetha i.e., Maayaa is fully subservient & under the control of ParamAatma. Only under the control of ParamAatma only Maaya works.

Sri Rama Padukaa Pattabhishekam/Sri Rama Pattabhishekam

Paaduka means foot wear made with wood. This Paaduka represents Moolaadharachakra. This chakra represents Prithveetatwa (Earth—smell). To dedicate this Prithveetatwa to God as a beginning of starting Sadhana by Bharata, brother of Rama, here Sadhaka, is Sri Rama Paduka Pattabhishekam.  Here Patta means Merudanda, Spinal Cord. Abhishekam means Dedication.

Sri means sacred, and Rama means beholding Great Effulgence, SriRama means beholding sacred Great Effulgence.
Dedicating all the five electricities in the Merudanda, Spinal Cord, to God for the above ultimate goal, is SriRamaPattabhishekam.


Jaya Vijaya


Jaya & vijaya are the  Dwaara paalakaaas (sentries) of Sri Maha Vishnu.  This is considered to be the highest status in Spiritual field.  Because of their ego even at that stage, the sages who come for the Darsan of  Sri Maha Vishnu get annoyed and fall from the the grace of Sri Maha Vishnu. This story shows the Saadhakaa (meditator) should be extra cautious of the ego that persists till the end of uniting with ParamAatma.  They reunite with ParamAatma after crossing all the three granthis as explained below in three incarnations i.e. Hiranyakasipu/Hiranyaaksha,Raavana/Kumbhakarna, and Sisupaala/ Dantaawaktra.

 

 


When saadhaka (Meditator) is burning with ego (self pride/ ahamkaara) then “you are not man, be a lion, and with a lion effort come out of the grip of this ego” is the message behind the Killing of Hiranyakasipu/Hiranyaaksha. i.e., the shedding of Physical body/ Brahma granthi. Saadhaka is completely submerged in water (samsaar). He (saadhaka) has to be brought out of this prithivee tatwa (mooladhara chakra)which is initial stage of meditation. So with the teeth of wisdom, the saadhaka is to be helped for his initial efforts to come out of this water (samsaar). Va (varishta or great) raaha (road to divinity) & Hiranyaaksha means eye on Sansaara. This is the idea behind Narasimha & varaaha Avataara

Ravana is the personification of lust & ego.  Kumbhakarna is is the personification of   over eating& over sleeping.  Killing of Raavana & Kumbhakarna represents shedding of Subtle body/ rudra granthi  and make the meditator to go ahead for the ultimate of entering the kingdom of God. This is the idea behind Rama Avataara.

The left over or residual child-like doshaas (faults) are removed by shedding of Idea body/ shedding of Subtle body/Vishnu granthi. This the idea behind Killing of Sisupaala/Dantaawaktra.  Sisu means child.  Danta means milk teeth.  So both sisu & danta represents the residual innocence of saadhaka t.e. obstrucyting him to achieve the kingdom of God. This is the idea behind Krishna Avataara.


Hanuman

Be Hanuman. Hanu means killing and man means mind.  That means fix your mind. The lips of Hanuman are red.  That is Hanuman is personified with Cosmic Consciousness.  Like-wise fix your mind and meditate on God till you are personified with Cosmic Consciousness.

Saadhaka or meditating Yogi should discard Ego, steady his restless mind, get rid of all the dross of Jeeva, so as to climb the ladder and reach Paramatma and merge with him. This is the essence of Maanava Janma. This is the meaning of birth as a human being.

Gayatri Mantra

Gaayantam traayate iti gaayatri.
The more one chants Gayatri the more one gets protection.
Na maataa paradaivam na Gaayatree paramantram.
There is no substitute for mother. Likewise no other Mantra is a substitute for Gayatri Mantra.
Ohm Bhoorbhuvassuvaha
Tat savitarvarenyam
Bhargodevasya dheemahi
Dheeyoyonah prachodayaat.
Ohm = Brahma,                 Bhooh = embodiment of Pranava,
Bhuvaha = eradicates sorrow,  Swaha = embodiment of Happiness,   tat = (with) that ,    savituhu = effulgence,  Devasya = of God,    Varenyam =  the best & greatest,  Bhargaha = that effulgence which is the destroyer of our sins,  Dheemahi =  we pray,    yaha = which, naha = our(s), dhiyaha = intellect, prachodayaat = provoke. 
Oh Brahma, you are the embodiment of Pranava, You are the eradicator of sorrow, you are the embodiment of happines, we pray  that  effulgence of God, the best & greatest, which is the destroyer of our sins, so as to enhance our intellect for doing good deeds.

Aapasthambha sutra   
Varnashramaashcha .swakarmanishthaaha
Pretya karmaphalam anubhooyatataha
Seshena visishta desajatikularoopaayuhusruti vrutta
vitta sukhamedhaso janma pratipadyante

The Brahmins who are well versed in vedakarmas and Brahmacharees who maintain celibacy, shall reborn with remaining sanchita or residual karma, after finishing most of their karma in subtle lokas or sukshmalokas, with good education, beauty /handsomeness, longevity, wealth, good intellect, caste and happiness.

The great acts of Srikrishna

Srikrishna, the incarnation of God, started showing his prowess right from the beginning of his birth. He cherishes cow milk, butter and curd. These are the symbols of purity that are required by Yogi. Fed up with his acts. one day Yasoda ties Sri krishna to a big stone grinder that was used in those times for grinding paddy. Whenever she wanted to put a knot the rope becomes shorter by two inches. Seing his mother tired of tying the knot, Sri krishna obliges and gets tied to the stone. This is to show the surrendering of God to his devotee. He rolls down the grinding stone by crawling through two big trees. The trees fell down with their roots. Two divine people come out of the felled trees. Their names are Nalakoobara and Manigreeva. They are the arrogant sons of Kubera, the money God. Cursed by Narada, the great wandering saint, they became trees. He kills the demon who comes in the form of whirlwind. Mind is like a whirlwind. Likewise he kills a demon called Bakaasura and also Aghaasura who comes in the form of a python in Gokulam. These killings indicate that the devotee should be beyond Gunas and have a fixed mind. Once in Gokulam the herds of cows and all the cow herds were missing in Gokulam. Gokulam is a place near the banks of Yamuna of Brindavan. Then Sri krishna himself takes all the forms of cows and cowherds for full one year so as to remove the sorrow as well as doubts in the minds of their parents and masters of the cows. This is the indication of Sri krishna’s all pervasiveness. He also kills a poisonous snake called Kaaleeya in the lake of Kalindi. This symbolizes the removal of desire, anger, greed, attachment, pride and envy so as to become divine. Gopi means thought(s). The consciousness between the thoughts is called Krishna consciousness. Srikrishna steals the attires of the Gopikas, the belles of Gokulam. This symbolizes bare all before God. The thoughts of sadhaka should be totally on God and all other things shall be secondary to him. He sends his friends to the Brahmins who were doing yagna for food. The Brahmins ridicule the Gopalas, the friends of sri krishna. Then the wives of those Brahmins bring food for Srikrishna and his friends with utmost devotion. This indicates that the sadhaka must do his act with concentration on God only but not on the methodical procedures or rituals. Srikrishna lifts up Govardhan mountain with his little finger and holds it on his little finger for seven days to protect his friends and cows from heavy rains ordered by Lord Indra. Here Indra symbolizes mind and rain(s) indicates thoughts. The sadhaka must get rid ohis thoughts on materialistic deeds and develops his bondage with Brahman more and more. Sri krishna kills a demon Kesi in Brindavan sent by Kansa. Kesi means hair. Hair represents tamoguna or negative quality.

Kansa, the king of Bhoja, sends his minister Akroora to Vraja to pick up Krishna and Balarama. On the way to Bhoja kingdom Sri krishna kills Chanoora and Balarama kills Mushtika. Both are the wrestlers sent by Kansa. At that time the age of both Srikrishna and Balarama was five years. Later Sri krishna kills an elephant called Kuvalayapeeda. This indicates the mighty strength of God. Kubja, the servant maid of Kansa besmears Sri krishna with Sandalwood powder and adores him with a garland with utmost reverence and dedication, He not only removes her hump back and ugliness but also marries her clearly indicates the affection of God towards his devotees. Sage saandeepa is the master of Sri krishna and Balarama. The son of Sandeepa was swept away by sea. Both Sri krishna and Balaram goes into the sea of Prabhasa and brings back the son and presents him to Saandeepa. This symbolizes the importance of Sadguru.. Sri krishna kills Kansa. Kansa’s wives Astiand Prapti go to their father Jarasandha, the king of Magadha. Jarasandha invades Mathura seventeen times to kill Sri krishna. Evrytime he gets defeated and flees back to Magadha. Sri krishna leaves him everytime with kindness and pity on him. Srikrishna builts a town underneath the sea and keeps his folk there. He keeps Balaram in Mathra. Kaalayavana is a very strong man. He was a friend of Jarasandha. Kaalayavana runs after Sri krishna to kill him. Muchikunda was the son of Maandhaata. After several years of penance he was resting in a cave. with Yoganidra. Srikrishna enters this cage running and hides in a crner behind Muchikund. The raging Kalayavana enters the cave and kicks Muchikund thinking that he was Srikrishna. The disturbed Muchikund opens his yogic eyes. The rays of radiance from his eyes electrocutes Kalayavana killing him instatntly. This indicates not only the dexterity of Srikrishna but also the power of Yoga. Bhishmaka was the king of Vidarbha. Rukmi was his son and Rukmini was his daughter. Rukmini loves Sri krishna. He marries Rukmini forcibly taking her out from the clutches of her brother Rukmi. He marries Jambavati, the daughter of Jambavant, Satyabhama, the daughter of Satrajit, mitravinda, the sister of Avanti king, Satya, the daughter of Kosala king, Bhadra, the sister of Kekaya king santardanaad, Lakshmana, the daughter of Mudra king. All these show the universal love of God.

Sri krishna gets Jarasandha killed by Bhima, one of the five Pandavas, shows the dexterity of God. .Later on Srikrishna kills Sisupaala and Dantavaktra and liberate them. Sisu means child-like innocence of body attachment. Danta means teething stage which also indicate child-like innocence of body attachment. One should get rid of this attachment for liberation.

PATAANJALI ASHTAANGAYOGA

1) YAMA - non-violence, truth, non-stealing, celibacy, not expecting anything from others,
2) NIYAMA - cleanliness of body &mind, contentment, Readingreligious books, total surrender to God,
3) AASANA - firm sitting posture,
4) PRAANAAYAAMA - control over breath,
5) PRATYAAHAARA - withdrawal of business of senses,
6) DHAARANA - concentration on one thing,
7) DHYAANA - incessant concentration on GOD only,
8) SAMADHI - giving up all forms of GOD, merging with GOD the FATHER.
Dhaarana, Dhyaana, and Samaadhi together are called Samyak Samaadhi.

MEDITATION will start with seed and ultimately it becomes seed less. That means you first meditate on God, merge with Him and become God yourself. Suppose there is a fire accident in Delhi. Fire is having same burning quality everywhere. But nothing happened here as there is no fire accident in Hyderabad. Likewise my Sadguru Sri Yoganada Swami was burning with God consciousness fire so he has become an illuminated sage. That fire is not within me I am an ordinary mortal. Na tasya rogo na zaraa na mrityu praaptasya yogaagnimayam sareeram. Shedding mortality, ageing and disease, the person doing meditation shall be burning with Yoga fire. Beatitude is obtained by people who do meditation and turn his mind inwards not outwards.

KRIYAYOGA

Tapaha swadhyaayeswara pranidhaanaani kriyayogaha. 
                                                                    Patanjali                                                                                                                     While worshipping the GOD with folded hands Patanjali was born to his father. That is the Sanskrit meaning of Patanjali. The combination of Severe Penance, reading& understanding of scriptures, and total surrender to GOD is called Kriyayoga. Patanjali was born to his parents like this. Surrendering all the results of Karma to God is called Eeswara pranidhaanam. Patanjali is a replica of reunion of Atman and Brahman. Physical exercises, self control and meditating on OM are the constituents of Kriya yoga. Kriyayoga is a metaphysical procedure. The blood is decarbonized and will invigorate with life force. The living cells in the head are having positive polarity. The cells in the remaining body are having negative polarity. The blood invigorated with life force shall reduce the cell decay. The heart gets relief. Stopping the breath is given much importance in Rajayoga. In KRIYAYOGA, life force is controlled, spinal cord is magnetized, life force is directed to Sahasraara chakra on the top centre of the head, so that the nerves in the head get relief and ability. Breath is having energy only but not awareness. Life force is having both energy and awareness.
If you do Om chanting in Chakras with dedication, then the subtle forces in those chakras shall aid the Kriyayoga Sadhana.
With the practice of KriyaYoga Sadhana, the outgoing life force from the Indriyas will not be wasted. All those outgoing forces will be directed back to Cerebrum through the Spinal Cord. Then the body of the Sadhak and the atoms in the cerebrum shall become filled with electro magnetic  Energy and then the atoms will be transformed into Spiritual Elixir.

Even for a small development of the Atoms in the cerebrum,  12 years of Healthy life is required.  For complete transformation 10 lakhs years of Healthy life is required.  Kriyayoga will make it easy for us. 

Idol worship

Brahman is omnipresent. He exists in every animated and inanimated world. He is formless and without any quality. So formless God does not have any idol. Respect your parents who are living Gods. Give food and Alms to the poverty sticken and needy fellow human beings. Service to man is service to God. Maintain mutual respect with your spouse. Construct charity hospitals, schools for poor children and choultries. Love thy neighbour as you love thyself as told by Jesus Christ. Not a single rupee come alongwith you when you depart from this body. The idol worship was started after Mahabharat War i.e., about 5000 or more years ago. The money, Gold and jewels etc offered to the Idols shall attract some evil minded and bad unsocial people to loot this property. This is exactly happened centuries ago. Foreign invaders looted several jewels and Gold etc some centuries ago. They have looted the temples like Somnath etc in India. After their departure local unsocial activity people are looting and will loot in future also. They will bracingly occupy the lands given to the temples.

Rigveda contains 21 chapters. Yajurveda contains 101 chapters. Samaveda contains 1000 chapters. Atharvaveda contains 9 chapters. All these totaling to 1131 chapters.

Karma kanda was given importance in Jaimini’s Mimamsa. In patanjali’s yogasastra meditation was given importance. Wisdom or gnaana was given importance in Sri Vyasa’s Brahmasutras. All these were written in accordance with the Vedas. But in all these treatises idol worship was not at all mentioned. This should be observed.

Seven yoginee Devatas

Maata means measuring, maanam means measure, and meyam means the one which is to be measured. All these three together is called KULAM. This trinity is called Sridevi or Kaaleeswari.

1) Daakinee - Aakasa tatwam. 16 rays, Visuddha Chakra, Ham is the root word. White elephant is the steed. Sarvonmaadinee posture. Vasitwa siddhi. Result is Medha or wisdom. Sanskrit alphabets from aa to aaha. It has traits of beeja, nyaasa and mantra.
2) Raakinee - Vayu tatwa. 12 rays. Anaahata chakra. Yam is the root word. Fawn is the steed. Sarvavasankaree posture. Eesatwa siddhi. Result is pragna. Alphabets from ka to tha.
3) Laakinee - Agni tatwa, 10 rays. Manipura chakra, root word ram. Steed is goat. Sarvaakarshinee posture. Alphabets from da to pa.
4) Kaakinee - Jalatatwam. 6 rays. Swadhisthaana chakra. Root word vam. Steed is crocodile. Sarvaakarshinee posture. Alphabets from ba to la. Result is smriti or memory. Laghima siddhi.
5) Saakinee - Prithivee tatwam. 4 rays. Mooladhara chakra. Root word lam. Sarvasankshobhinee posture. Steed is Airaavatam or white elephant. Alphabets from va to sa. Result Mati or mind. Anima siddhi.
6) Saakinee---tatwam manassu. 2 rays. Agnaa chakra. Root word OM. Steed is Omkar. Sarvaankusa posture. Alphabets ha & ksha. Result buddhi.
7) Yaakinee - Sahasraara in Brahmarandhra. To unite with Brahman is the result.
Skin, blood, flesh, mind and bone are sources of energy. The remaining bone marrow, sperm, life force and Jeeva belongs /or relates to Siva. Apart from these nine elements it is said that the tenth element is PARASAKTI. It comprises all these nine elements.

Omkaram

Whole Cosmos is emerged out of Sphotam, Sound, only. This is called Manifested Brahma, Vyaktabrahma.  It encompasses all the sounds in It.
Soul is subtler than Atom, and greater than Cosmos. The meditator hears the sound of OM in his Kriyayoga sadhana. This called Nadabrahma. This will make the sadhak unite with Parabrahma.  The goal of all Vedas is OM only.

Viswa, Tejasa, Pragna, Pratyagaatma, Viraat, Hiranyagarbha, Avyaakruta, and Paramaatma are eight limbs of OM,
Akaara, Ukaara, Makaara, and Arthamatra (Half point) are four feet of OM,
Jaagrata (Waking state), Swapna (sleeping), and Sushupti
(super conscious) are three states of OM, and
Brahma, Vishnu, Rudra, Sadaasiva, and Maheswara are the five deities of OM.
The one who does not know OM or hear that sound cannot attain Brahman.

Omkaaram bindusamyuktam nityam gaayanti yoginah
Kaamadam mokshadamchaiva Omkaaraaya namonamah

The syllable combination of Akaara (Physical), ukaara (subtle), and makaara (Idea) is Omkaar. This cosmos consisting of Physical, subtle, and  Idea worlds is the replica of Omkaar which is nothing but Parabrahman only.

Om sabda vaachyam cha sabda prateekam cha.
Adi Sankaracharya.
Om is not a word or phonics. It is more than that. Om is the word. Its contour and meaning is also Om only.
Vaagarthaamiva sanpruptau says Mahakavi Kaidas.
Word and its meaning are unbreakable. There are no sun rays without Sun. Both are compliment to each other. The conglomeration or combination of different gestures into a compatable or coherent form is language. Mathematics or any other subject is formed like this only. Om is the combination AKAARA, UKAARA and MAKAARA phonics. It is having Universal concept. The whole Universe has come out of sphotam or sabdam or sound. The universe that came out of this sound is manifested Brahman or Vyakta Brahman. The description or Vaachakam of this Universe is the word OM. This Om can digest all phonics/syllables in its womb.
A Maatra or syllable is depicted as point in OM. This syllable is representing generator or working Brahma. VA Maatra or syllable is representing operator or Vishnu in Om. Immm is representing destructor or Maheswara in Om.

An article or a thing can be big or small. It cannot be both at the same time. When you compare that thing with different things it may appear as big or small. Photon is as big as the whole world and as small as the whole of a needle. That is what the scientists say. But soul is subtler than Atom and bigger than universe. There is no doubt about it. The first word or sound is nothing but OM only. It will take the meditator nearer to the God and ultimately make this meditator to merge with God is this OM only which is called Nadabrahma.

Om tatbrahma om tatvaaytuhu om tatvishnuhu
                                                           Swetaswetaparopanishad

Brahma (working generator), Vishnu (operator) and Maheswara (destructor) came out of OM only.

Sarva vedaa yat padam aamananti
                                                                   katha Upanishad

Lord Yama (the death God) told Nachiketa that the ideal or goal for all Vedas is OM only.

Ashtaangam chatushpaadam tristhaanam pancha daivatam
Omkaaram yonajaanaati braahmano na braahmanaha.

Viswa, taijasa, praagna, pratyagaatma, viraat, hiranyagarbha, avyaakruta and paramaatma are the eight limbs of OM. Akaara, Ukaara, Makaara and Arthamathra are four legs of OM. Jaagrata (conscious state), swapna (subconscious state) and sushupti (superconscious state) are three states of OM. Brahma, Vishnu, Rudra, Sadaasiva and Maheswara are five wings of OM. If these things are not known then one cannot get liberation.

Hrasvodahati paapaani deergho mokshapradaayikah
Adhyaayanah plutovaapi trividhochchaaranena tuh

You can pronounce OM as hraswam i.e., shorter, as plutam i.e., little longer, or deerghaam i.e., more longer. Hraswam i.e., shorter OM will remove our sins. Plutam i.e., little longer OM will make our just desires fulfilled. Deerghaam i.e., more longer OM will liberate us. If you utter OM loudly so that it is heard then it is called Vaachikam. If it is uttered in the gullet without opening the mouth then it is called Upaansu. If it is uttered mentally without any sound coming out then it is called Maanasikam. Omkaaram comprises Naadam, Bindu and Kala. The concerned body shall get merged in the next body and gives the result immediately depending upon the places it is memorized.
Nada, Bindu and Kala are the replicas of
a) satwa, rajas & tamas qualities,
b) Conscious, Sub conscious and super conscious states, and
c) Akaara, Ukaara & Makaara.

Pranavanaadam japatwaam tadaa mukto bhavishyanti.

There is a gender difference between all other Mantras. There is no gender difference OM chanting. So get liberated by chanting OM.

 Liberation has got so many synonyms. They are:
Raajayogam, Samadhi, unmanee, manonmanee, amaratwam, laya,
tatwam, soonyaasoonyam, parampadam, amanaskam, adwaitam,
niraalambam, niranjanam, jeevanmukti, sahaja and tureeyam.

Uttamaa tatwa chintaiva madhyamaa saastra chintanam
athamaa mantra chintamcha teerthabhratyaaha athamaathamaa.

Chintanam means to think and memorise.
Brahmachintanam is considered to be First category.
Remembering or thinking (chintanam) about Sastras (Scriptures) is considered to be Second category .
Mantrachintanam is considered to be third category.
And Teertha chintanam (pilgrimage) is considered to be Fourth and lowest category.

Incarnations (Avataras)

As per Hindu mythology, Lord Vishnu had eight incarnations. They are:

1) Matsya: Grasp pure wisdom from the sea of doubts.

2)Koorma: Lead the life with dispassion(Vairagya).  Give up attachment.

3)Varaaha: With the help of two wisdom teeth, Dedication and Discipline, execute your assigned righteous duties in this life.  VA= The most superior, RAHA= Path. Varaha means the Superior Path i.e., get united with Spirit through Kriyayoga Sadhana while performing your assigned righteous duties in this Samsaar(Family).

4) Narasimha: You are a lion in the form of Man. Lion mates once in three years. Likewise, shed your ego, control your lust for sex, and get united with Parabrahman through Kriyayoga Sadhana.

5)Vaamana: VA=The most superior,       MANA= Mind. With the most superior Mind, i.e., with steady mind, overcome the difficulties/ obstacles  of Physical (Adibhautika), Subtle (Adi davika), and Idea (Adhyatmika) bodies, get united with Parabrhman through Kriyayoga Sadhana.

6)Parasurama: Destroy Ignorance with WisdomAxe(Gnaana Parasu), follow the righteous path of Kriya Yoga, and get united with Parabrahman.

7) SriRama: What you encounter in life is your Karma.  Overcome that with Kriyayoga Sadhana with indomitable will power, the faculty provided by God with magnanimity to man kind, and get united with Paramatma.

8) SriKrishna: Follow the path of Kriyayoga to satisfy Parabrahman and do incessant and intense Sadhana.
In kaliyuga Kalki, the Avataar of Vishnu will be born to Vishnu vyas in village Sambhala is what is written in Srimadbhagavat.

Meaning of some words or symbals of Mythology

Chakra (a weapon of Vishnu/Sri Krishna) is symbol for mentality. Likewise gada (truncheon) for intellect or Buddhi, Bow (Dhanush) for ego, Ojas for Kriyasakti, Tejas for Ichhasakti, dyuti for Gnaana sakti, blue colour for infinitude, Aadisheshu (the srpent bed of Sri Mahavishnu) or Paancha Janyam (counch of Sri Krishna) for mind, Vaijayantimaala (a garland that adores Sri Maha Vishnu) and pillar for body are the symbols.
Astibhaati priyam roopam naamachetasya panchakam Adyatrayam Brahmaroopam jagadroopam tatodwayam.

Asti means Sattu or omnipotent, bhaati means chittu or omnipresent and priyam means aanandam or omniscient are eternal. Naamam means names and roopam means configuration are not permanent. That is Brahman with first three attributes is eternal. The Jagat with next two attributes is temporary. 

Gomansabhakshana - Pranaayama
Gomaansam bhojaye nnityam pibed amaravaaruneem
tamahankuleenam anye itare kulaghaatukaaha
 gosabdenaaditaajihwaata taprasohitaaluni gomaansa
 bhakshana tantu mahaapaataka naasanam.
Hatha yoga pradeepika 3.47—48

The one who eats cow meat on daily basis and the one who drinks the nectar that oozes out of Moon are the highest class people. Rest are all lowest class people. Go sabda (cow) means tongue. To insert the folded tongue back into the gullet (khecharee mudra or posture) is called go maansabhakshanam i.e., eating cow meat. There will be feeling of sweetness in the throat while doing meditation in KHECHAREE MUDRA. This sweetness is called the nectar that oozes out of moon.

Seven types of matter

Dravya, guna, karma, saamaanya, vishesha, samavaaya and Abhaava are the seven types of matter. This Dravya is of nine types. They are earth, water, fire, air, ether, time, sides, self and mind. Amongst these nine, the first viz., earth, water, fire, air and ether are called Panchabhootas or five vibratory elements. Guna means gnaana, desire, misery, pleasure and color etc., Karma means work. Saamaanya means species like mankind, animals and birds etc. visesha means difference(s) amongst the species like high yield cows and low yield cows etc. Samavaaya means both coexist. One is a compliment of other. Ex: sun and sun rays cannot be separated. Abhaava means expressionless state.

Nine Incarnations of Devi

1. Skandamata: She is fire Goddess. Four arms and three eyes. She rides a lion.
2. Kusumanda: Magnanimous presence possessing eight arma and seated on a lion. Solar region is her abode.
3. Shaliaputri: She is embodiment of triumvirate Brahma, Vishnu and Maheswara. She rides a bull. Carries a trident and a lotus in her two hands.
4. Kaalaraatri : she rides on ass. She has four arms. She removes darkness,,fear and adversity from her devotees.
5. Brahmachaarini: Full of bliss. She paves the way for liberation to her devotees.
6. Mahagauri: She is like an eight year old girl. Intelligent, peacefull, possesses three eyes and four arms. Bull is her steed.
7. Katyayani: Golden form. Four arms and three eyes. Lion is her steed.
8. Chandraghanta: she the apostle of bravery. Lion is her steed. Ten arms, and drives away all evil doers.
9. Siddhidatri: The bestower of accomplishments. Seated on lotus. She has four arms. She is worshipped as one blessed with glory.

Saptagnaanadeepikas

The following are the seven requirements of sadhaka for liberation:

1) Subhechha: Sevice oriented desire.
2) Anveshana: Knowledge of implementing a good desire.
3) Tanumanasi: Ossification of mind.
4) Satyapatti: To be able to see the light or Jyoti darsan or opening of third eye.
5) Asamsakti: Stae of physical consciousness merging with subtle consciousness.
6) Padaartha bhaavana: The consciousness of the meditator spreading all around beyond Physical and subtle consciousnesses.
7) Tureeya: Meditator illuminates with self effulgence.

Birth of Gita

Gita was born at the end of Dwapara Yuga, 38 years before the advent of Kali Yuga on Margasira Suddha Ekaadasi.

At the time of preaching Gita Shri Krishna was 87 years old.
The total life span of Shri Krishna was 125 years 7months and 30 ghadiyaas. 
   

Har
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SAT

TAT 

OM
              
For our understading, let us call ‘‘Sat’’ in the above diagram as an effulgent lamp shedding its rays. ‘‘Sat’’ means the only Potential one.

Some rays of  the lamp ‘‘Sat’’ only are passing through the transparent glass prism, Maya. The rays in the prism are called ‘‘Tat’’ or Shri Krishna Consciousness. Some rays of ‘‘Sat’’ shall pass through ‘Tat’, the glass prism. Some will not pass through.  So, ‘Sat’ is in the glass prism as well as beyond this. The existance of ‘Sat’ is independent where as the existance of ‘Tat’ is dependant on ‘Sat’. ‘Sat’ can exist with or without ‘Tat’ but ‘Tat’ cannot exist without ‘Sat’.
The rays that are refracted from the prism come out with a sound
‘OM’ and does the Creation which is not eternal. Due this reason one has to say ‘Hari’  ‘OM’ ‘Tat’ ‘Sat’’ before the start of any good work.     
All living, inert and non living beings are the part and parcel of this Creation. In fact only one exists which is eternal. That is ‘Sat’.  ‘Sat’ is Omnipotent, Omnipresent and Omniscient. It is ‘Sat’ ‘chit’ ‘Anand’. ‘Sat’ is Truth Goodness and beauty. If Name and configuration is added then ‘Sat’ will be called Creation. 
 
Maya is the root cause of Creation. Ma means not, Ya means truth. Maya is untruth.

The dream of Parabrahman is Maya. By opening his eyes man can  get rid of nightmarish dream. Maya, The dream of  ParaBrahman, God the Father, can be understood only through practice of essential KriyaYogaSadhana.

Jantoonaam narajanma dulabham.
To be born as a man is most difficult one amongst all living beings. It is the best.

One has to get into the OM from this incarnation, from OM into Krishna Consciousness/‘Tat’, finally from ‘Tat’ into the permanent abode, Parabrahman/‘Sat’/God the father. 

The main theme of Gita

Hey man, awake from this ignorance. ‘Sat’ means the absolute/eternal Truth, Nyaasi means the Quest. Sanyasi means the quest for absolute/eternal Truth.  With the practice of KriyaYoga get Samadhi.  Sama(equal or merge with) Adhi (Parabrahman, God the father),  Merge with God.

Man, three bodies

Man is having three bodies.  The outer body that is with flesh and blood is called the inert Physical body. This is called Sthoola Sareera.
 In side that exists an energetic Subtle body. This is called Sookshma Sareera.

In side that exists an Idea  body. This is called Karana Sareera.
For the existace of these three Physical, Subtle and Idea bodies, man will have individual Soul or Vyashtaatma.

The physical, health and social principles are applicable to the visible Physical body/Sthoola Sareera.

Morals, Meta physical things, traits of past karma, desires, thoughts, etc are applicable to the invisible Subtle body/Sookshma Sareera. 

Spiritual, divine and principles pertaining to merger with Parabrahman/God the father are applicable to the invisible Idea body/Karana Sareera.

Idea body/Karana Sareera is very very nearer to Parabrahman, the remaing Subtle and Physical bodies will get the required energy for their existance from Ideabody. The sequence is from Idea to Subtle, and from Subtle to Physical body. For merger with God Man has to prepare his Physical, Subtle and then Idea bodies sequentially.

 God has given Will power to Man. Misery, Pleasure, Happiness of Sense/Action organs are finally enjoyed by Physical bodt at last.
Man will not get any punishment until he does not utilise his Physical body for any crime. There is a provision for a change/realization till the last moment and can escape from the crime.

The characters in Mahabharata       

Akshouhinee =   21870 elephants  
                        21870 chariots
                        65610 horses 
                        109350 infantry Soldiers

These are the internal friends and foes of  the Sadhak or the one who does meditation.
Kurukshetram—Moolaadhara, Swaadhistaana and Manipura Chakras,

Kurukshetra-Dharmakshetram—Manipura, Anahata and  Visuddha Chakras, and
             
Dharmakshetram—Visuddha, Aagna and Sahasraara Chakras.

Ratham(Chariot)—Body
Saarathi(Charioteer)—ShreeKrishna, Suddhabuddhi(Clean Heart), Sahaja Aatmaavabodha(knowledge that comes through intuition), Sadguru(Master). 
Arjuna—Rathika(Saadhaka or the one who does meditation)
Horses—Indriyas(Sense Organs)
Reins—Mind
Kauravas—Bad qualities like kaama(Desires), krodha (Anger), lobha (Grediness), moha(illusion), mada(Pride) and Maatsarya (Jealousy)   
Pandavas—mooladhara, swadhistaana, manipura, anahata, and  visuddha Chakras. 
Draupadi—Kundalinee Shakti.

First six chapters—karma Shatkam(Sravanam)
2nd six chapters—Bhakti Shatkam(Mananam)
3rd  six chapters—Gnaana Shatkam(Nidhidhyaasanam).

Santana—Auspicious Body— Parabrahman  
Ganga (first wife) — Initial Consciousness  of Nature
‘Sat’yavati(2nd wife) —Initial matter of Nature
Sri Krishna Consciousness — Kootastha Chaitanya ——The God in Creation.
Sri Krishna Consciousness has devided itself into seven types of Consciousness.
  They are Macro Idea and  Micro Idea, Macro Subtle and Micro Subtle, Macro Physical and Micro Physical. These six and of course Sri Krishna Consciousness are not visible to the naked eye.

Only the last and final one Aabhaasa Chaitanya or Reflected Consciousness only is visible to the naked eye. It is called Universal ego or Bhishma. These are the eight children of Ganga and Santanu.

Sage Vyaasa, Chitraangada and Vichitraveerya are the three children of Satyavati.
Sage Vyaasa — the discriminating Intellect.
Chitraangada —Chitta or Mahat Tatwa. This provides the required 24 elements for Physical Nature. The seed for Duality is rooted here.

Vichitraveerya — The Idea Body related ego. The differentiation between Parabrahma and individual soul exists  due to this.

Vichitraveerya is  having two wives. They are Ambica and Ambalika.
Amba is the Sister of Ambica and Ambalika. Amba is spinstress. Amba became Sikhandi later. Sikhandi is a transgender.
The for and against forces in Sadhaka.

Ambica — First wife of Vichitraveerya — Positive Doubt
Ambalika— 2nd  wife of Vichitraveerya — Negative Doubt
Sikhandi— Neutrality
Bheeshma, great warrior can not fight with a transgender.
Bheeshma represents ego in the characters of Maha Bharata. To disown everything is neutrality. Spiritually, Ego cannot have any effect on the Sadhak who maintains Neutrality.

Ambica is having onle one off spring viz., Dhritarashtra
Dhritarashtra— Blind mind because of slavery to sense pleasures.  .
Ambalica is having onle one off spring viz., Pandu.
Pandu.— Discriminating pure Intellect
Dhritarashtra had two wives, Gandhari and Vaishya.
Gandhari— The force that gives fillips to desires
Vaishya— Adherence to desires
Pandu is having two wives, Kunti and Madri.
Kunti — power of detachment 
Madri— Adherence to detachment
Vaishya is having is having one off spring, Yuyutsu.
Yuyutsu — Desire to fight mentally.

Yuyutsu fought on the side of Pandavas in Kurukshetra War. He fought with Kauravas, the internal bad qualities of  Sadhak.

Gandhari is having 100 children. They are:

1) Duryodhana, 2)Dussaasana, 3) Dussaaha, 4) Dussaala,   5) Jalagandha, 6)Sama, 7)Saha, 8) Vindha, 9) Anuvindha,   10) Durdarsana,11)subaahu,12)Dushpradarsana,13)Durmarshana14)Durmukha, 15)Dushkarna, 16)Vikarna, 17) saala,  18)  19)Sulochana,  20)Chitra,  21)upachitra, 22)Chitraaksha,  23)Chaaruchitra, 24)Saraasana, 25)Durmada,  26)Durvi gaaha,  27)vivilsu,  28)Vikatananda,  29)Oornanaabha,  30)Sunaabha,  31)Nanda,  32)Upananda,  33)Chitrabaanu,  34) Chitravarma, 35)Suvarma,  36)Durvimocha  37)Ayo baahu,  38)Mahaabaahu,  39)Chitraanga,  40)Chitrakundala,  41)Bheemavega,  42)Bheemabala,  43)Vaalaki,  44)Bala vardhana,  45)Ugraayudha,  46)Sushena,  47)Kundaadhara,  48)Mahodara,  49)Chitraayudha,  50)Nisangi,  51)Paasi,  52)Brundaaraka, 53)Drudhavarma, 54)Drudhakshatra, 55)Somakeerti,  56)Andhudara,  57)Drudhasandha, 58)Jaraa sandha, 59)’Sat’yasandha,  60)Sadaasuvaakku, 61)Ugrasava,  62)Ugrasena, 63)Senaani,64)Dushparaayana, 65)Aparaajita,  66)Kundasaayi, 67)Visaalaaksha,  68)Duraadhara, 69)Drudhahasta, 70)Suhasta, 71)Vaatavega, 72)Suvarcha,   73)Aadityaketu  74)Bahuvaasi, 75)Naagadatta, 76)Ugra saayi,  77)Kavachi, 78)Chakradhana, 79)Kundhi, 80)Bheema vikra,  81)Dhanurdhaara, 82)Veerabaahu, 83)AAlolupu, 84)Abhaya, 85)Drudhakarmaavu,  86)Drudharathaasraya,  87)Anaadrushya,  88)Kundabhedi, 89)Vairavi, 90)Chitra kundala, 91)Pramaadha,  92)Amapramaadi, 93)Deergha roma,  94)Suveeryavanta,  95)Deerghabaahu, 96)Sujaata,  97) Kaanchanadhwaja, 98)Kundhaasi, 99) Viraajas, and  100) Yuyutsu. Yuyutsu only remained in War.

Kunti had three sons. They are Yudhistira, Bheema and Arjuna.

Madri had two sons. They are Nakula and Sahadeva.

Yudhistira — AAkaasa Tatwa(Vibratory Ether element)
Bheema — Vaayu Tatwa(Vibratory Air element)
Arjuna — Agni Tatwa(Vibratory Fire element)


Nakula — Varuna Tatwa(Vibratory Water element)
Sahadeva — Pruthvi  Tatwa(Vibratory Earth element).

Draupadi is the wife of all these Five Pandavas.
Draupadi— Kula Kundalinee Shakti.(Individualized Maya, the delusion). This is the out going 3½ turns coiled life force lying underneath the anus in sleeping State.
The awakened Kundalinee shall energise the Chakras (plexus) of the meditating Sadhak.

 It requires 12 years for the establishment of the bad habits or past samskaaras and  to weaken the will power. Again to get the will power strengthened and for the establishment of the good habits or past samskaaras 12 years’ time period of ardent Kriya Yoga is required. This is the time spent by pandavas in Jungles. 13th year is required for giving up worldly desires and do Kriyayoga Sadhana with fervour in solitude. This will lead the Meditator or Sadhak to get into Nirvikalpa Samadhi.   

Things that help the Meditator or Sadhak for uninterrupted Sadhana:

Good Habits or Samskaaraas.
Spiritual desire––Army.
Sahadeva––Moolaadhara Chakra, Coccygeal, devine resistance to negative forces that interrupt the Meditation.
Nakula––Swaadhistaana Chakra, Sacral, ––Devine attachment to Meditation.
Arjuna––Manipura Chakra, Lumbar––Devine self resistance.
Bheema––Anaahata Chakra, Dorsal,Divine life force control–– and
Yudhistir––Visuddha Chakra, Cervical, ––Divine peace and tranquility.
Shri Krishna—Agnaa chakra, Medulla Centre, This lies between the eye brows, It is called Kutastha, Sahajaatmavabodha, Sadguru, Divine Power of Intution
Paramaatma––Sahasraara Chakra, ––All witnessing God, the Father, Saaksheebhoota.
Mahabharata—The effulgence of  Cosmic consciousness.

The evil forces, Karavas, shall always be troubling the meditator during his sadhana and deviate him from Meditation.
To weaken these evil forces and regain  the kingdom of God is Mahabharata. The internal war with these evil forces by the Meditator is kriyayogasadhana. 
   
Sadguru Srikrishna in Agna Chakra shall help the Meditator with intuition during Sadhana to become triumphant that is to merge with Para Brahma.

To awaken the Kundalinee, the outgoing life force, with Kriya Yoga Sadhana, lying underneath the Moolaadhara Chakra, and to direct it to reach Sahasrara Chakra is known as obtaining the kingdom of God.
1) Prativindya, Son of Yudhistira, 2) Srutasoma, Son of Bheema, 3) Srutakeerti, Son of Arjuna, 4) ‘Sat’aaneeka, Son of Nakula, and 5) Srutasena,  Son of Sahadeva.  They are Upa Pandavas, The off spring of Pandavas.  ---- The  centres of Mooladhara, Swadhistaana, manipura, Anahata and Visuddha Chakras.
  
Some of the qualities of Kauravas, The Evil forces, are given below:   
 Physical Sense desires, Anger, Greed, Greediness, Revenge, Jealousy, Evil Intellect, Evil Desire, lust, rebuke, untruthful, Stooping too low, Cruelty, evil thinking, to make others unhappy, to destoy others, desire to destoy others, unkindness, Cruelty in word and deed, not having patience, hypocrisy,selfishness, pride, deceitful nature, pride due to caste or social status, pride of creed, feeling of Iam respectable, More proudy, restlessness, quarrelling nature even for small matters, peevish mentality, not having soft nature, revengeful nature, to feel for even trivial things, physical laziness, lack of motivation, mental laziness, spiritual complacency, timidity, lack of spirituality, physical, mental and spiritual impurity, ungrateful to God, unfaithful to God, not having foresight, stupidity, fear pshycosis of diseases, narrow mentality, whimsical nature, sense attachment, unsteady thoughts, unintelligent vision, physical, mental and spiritual dullness, speaking, listening, tasting, seeing, smelling, touching, thinking, remembering, doing, experiencing and liking evil, fearing disease and death, worrying, gluttony, superstitiousness, obstinacy, swearing bad oaths, too much sleeping, slothfulness, hypocrisy, always hypothetical, partiality, suspicion, always moody, moroseness, bitterness, postponing meditation or kriyayoga sadhana, always unhappy and discontentment, pessimism, not believing God, and always talking harsh etc.

Apparent meaning of Mahabharata and Gita:

Dhritarashtra and king Pandu are brothers. Dhritarashtra is blind by birth. Blind man is not entitled to rule. So Pandu got the kingdom to rule.
Pandu had two wives, Kunti and Madri. Their offsprings are called Pandavas.  The offsprings of Dhritarashtra are called Kauravas.

The worm jealousy entered the mind of Duryodhana. He defeated the Pandavas deceitedly with the help of cunning Sakuni in ‘the game of dice’, gambling. As per the conditions of this game, the Pandavas has to give kingdom to Duryodhana and they were to spend their life in  forest for 12 years, and one year in disguise.

Pandavas, after fulfilling the two conditions, return to ask Duryodhana to give back their kingdom.  Pandavas sent Srikrishna  as an ambassador to Kauravas for negotiations but of no use. Duryodhana will not agree to give even a space of needle. Kurukshetra war became inevitable.

Kurukshetra is Dharmakshetra, place of virtue. The armies of both sides, Pandavas and Kauravas, were lined up on either side face to face. Shree Krishna will install the chariot in between the armies at a vantage point as per the desire of  Arjuna who wanted to see the warriors of both sides. Seeing the close relatives like fathers, fathers-in-law, Maternal and paternal grand fathers, uncles, Teachers, brothers etc., Arjuna started wailing and asks Shree Krishna as to how can he kill these close relations for the sake of  material kingdom. He feels that it is a great sin. So he asks Krishna to preach him the Kartavyam, the duty. The result is Gita.


Eight types of Ahimsa, Non-violence

Ahimsaa prathamo pushpah  pushpamindriyanigrah
Sarvabhoota dayaa  pushpam  kshamaa pushpam viseshatah
Shaantipushpam tapah pushpam dhyaanapushpam tathaivacha
Satyamashtavidham pushpam vishnoh preetikaram bhavet.
 
Non-violence, control of senses, kindness on all living beings, patience, peace, penance, meditation and truthfulness are liked by God.
Man(Mind), Buddhi(Intellect), Chitta(feeling) and Ahamkaara(Ego or Iness) together constitutes Anthah karana.

Satwa(Positive), Rajo(Neutral) and Thamo(Negative) are the three qualities.

If the Anthah karana is filled with the mixure of Rajo and Thamo Guna then it is hardened. With this quality any amount of so called worships(Pooja), eulogizings(Stotra), religious vows(Vratham), meditation  are done just for the sake of them without complete dedication and surrendering  then that  will not lead to liberty.  Sarvabhoota Daya i.e., kindness on all living beings is quite essential. This is the Practical Vedanta or Anushtaana Vedanta.

Yagna

To do Yagna several things like helping people, Good amount of money, performers like Hotha, Udgaata, Ritwiks, Learned Pandits, People having knowledge of  Sastras,  are required. 

The result of Yagnas (Sacrifices) is trivial. Eternal liberty will not be the result of such Yagnas.

Tyaagam, Sanyasam

To do Karma and dedicate it to God is Tyaagam.
To do fire sacrifice or not doing any work is not Sanyas.
‘Sat’ means Truth, Nyasam means the quest. So the Quest for ‘Sat’ i.e., God is Sanyasa. Without expecting do Karma. This will lead to attain the Truth.

Penance (Tapas)

To worship Devas(Deities), Brahmanistas(Those who follow and step into the qualities of Brahma, the God), Masters, Mahatmas (Great Souls), and acquiring virtues like Saucham(Purity), Rujutwa (Honesty), Brahmacharyam (Celibacy), and Ahimsa (Non ,violence) are Saareerak Tapas (Bodily Penance). In fact to roam in Brahma is Brahmacharya.
Satyam brooyaat Priyam  brooyaat
Priyam cha naanrutam  brooyaat 
Na  brooyaat Satyamapriyam
Etat dharma sanaatanah

Always speak Truth but speak sweetly.
Sweetly speak but do not speak untruth.
But Truth should not be spoken harshly.
This is our ancient Dharma.

Purity of mind, Silence, Self control, Purity in thoughts are called Manasika Tapas(Mental Penance).

Configuration  of Gita

Vedas are devided into Sahmitas(Karma Kanda or Action Chapters), Brahmanas(Upasana kanda or Practcals) and Upanishads(Gnaana kanda or Wisdom/essence/moral chapters).

Gita contains 18 chapters in total.

Like Vedas, the first 6 chapters of Gita are called Karma shatkam(Action chapters), Second 6 chapters are called Bhakti shatkam(Dedication chapters), and last 6 chapters are called Gnaana shatkam(Wisdom chapters).

karma Shatkam is a mixture of Bhakti(devotion) and Gnaana(Wisdom) yogas. Bhakti Shatkam is a mixture of Karma and Gnaana(Wisdom) yogas. Gnana  is a mixture of Karma and Bhakti(devotion) yogas.

Gita consists of 18 chapters. These can be devided into Four parts, Karma, Bhakti, Dhyana and Gnaana yogaas. These four Yogas are not dependant. They are inter dependant. By doing Karma one will get dedication. The continuous dedication shall lead to Dhyana, one pointedness. The intense Dhyana shall give the Sadhaka Gnana, Pure wisdom.
  
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 de’Tat’chment.
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 3½  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 along with 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.  
     
Shree=Sacred
Mat= Mind, 
Bhagavat= Parabrahman, 
Gita = Song.
Bha= Bhakti or Dedication,
Ga= Gnana or Pure wisdom,
va=Vairagya (de’Tat’chment/impassion)
ta= ‘Tat’wagnaan or That is You only wisdom.   
The sacred song  that is heard by a Sadhak through Pure mind or Parabrahman is Shreemad BhagavadGita.  
  
       
              

Moolaadhara, Swadhistaana, Manipura, Anahata and Visuddha  CHAKRAS exist in Merudanda, Spinal cord.

Draupadi in Mahabharata represents Kundalinee lying underneath the anus in the vicinity of Moolaadhara Chakra, Sadeva Chakra. Kundalinee is individualized Maya. 

2½ Knuckles above the Moolaadhara Chakra in the Spinal Cord is the Swaadhistaanachakra, Nakula Chakra.. 2½ Knuckles of one’s own index finger is the measurement.
 
Manipurachakra, Arjunachakra, exists behind navel.
Anahatachakra, Bheemachakra, exists behind Heart.
Visuddhachakra, Yudhistira, exists in Gullet.
Agnaachakra, SriKrishnaChakra, exists in Kootastha. Kootastha is the space between the eye brows in the fore head.
In the centre of the top surface of skull, above the Cerebrum, exists Brahmarandhra.
Underneath the Brahmarandhra exists Sahasraarachakra, Paramatmachakra.

Drupada— Bhautika vishayavaanchaarahita, Dispassion for material enjoyment due to deep spiritual fervour.

Dushtadyumna—Antargata Atmagnana prakasam, internal effulgence burning with the fire of Soul wisdom.

Adibhautika sangharshana:  The Physical pains of Physical body. 
Adi Daivika Sangharshana: The mind related problems like thoughts, thoughts emanating from the previous thought(s), etc. These come due to unsteady mind. The Mind make the Sadhak attracted to Physical wants, where as the Pure Buddhi, intellect, shall draw the Sadhak attracted to Soul due to interiorization.  These are the pains of Mind.

Adhyatmika Sangharshana: The Sadhak shall be in and out of Samadhi several number of times. That is he will be coming to Physical Body Consciousness from Spiritual Consciousness due to the influence of  Sanchita KARMA. After several incessant and dedicated attempts his Karma will be burnt, Ego becomes eradicated, the Sadhak shall be liberated from his three conflicts, Body, mind and Soul.

After complete liberation, Paripurna Samadhi, the Yogi can come or leave this Physical world at his will. This is called ICCHHA MRITYU. Even if incarnated, he will be anchored to Parabrahman, God the Father, always.

PADMAVYUHAM – ABHIMANYU


Mahabharat means the great effulgence. The Cosmic Consciousness is a great  effulgence. In order to gain this Cosmic consciousness the  Sadhak has to fight the forces within and without, the forces of virtue and vice, the forces  of positive and negative, is MAHABHARAT.

Abhimanyu—The one who can control oneself in all ways
Abhimanyu means the one who is triumphant over self or the one who conquered himself, the liberated one.
Abhimanyu was entangled in a Delusion like cob’s web called Padmavyooha, a strategic war plan. He was surrounded by evil forces like Duryodhana (Kama, desires), Dussaasan (Krodha, Anger), Karna(Lobha, Greediness), Sakuni(Moha, Delusion), Salya(Mada, Pride), Kritaverma(Maatsarya, Jealousy), Drona(Samskaara, Habits, good or bad) and Jayadradha(Abhinivesa, determination of some purpose, good or bad). The Sadhak, Abhimanyu, with great fortitude of self control could grow beyond the consciousness of Physical, Subtle and Idea body. Then he attained Samyak Samadhi. Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi together is called Samyak Samadhi. Samyak Samadhi is a Spiritual pinnacle, greatest Spiritual achievement. After attaining Samyak Samadhi the Sadhak cannot live in this mundane world.  He will merge with Parabrahman. It is called MAHA SAMADHI. Merging with Parabrahman is called the exit of Abhimanyu. 

Dharana—to make the restless mind steady,
Dhyana—to concentrate on God only,
Samadhi—Ecstatic union with God.  

ONAM

Sri Mahavishnu comes in the guise of a dwarf, Vamana Avatar, and requests Emperor of Demons, Bali, to donate three feet/steps of land.  In spite of denial by Shukracharya, the Guru preceptor  of Rakshasas, the Demons, Bali donates three feet of land as promised.

The Vamana, Shree Mahavishnu, magically grows his foot /step infinitely. He keeps first foot/step of infinite measurement covering the whole earth, second foot/step covering the whole Space. HE asks Bali as to where to keep His third foot /step. As desired by Bali Shree Mahavishnu keeps His third foot /step on MahaBali, the Great emperor, and pushes him to Patala, the abiss. Patala is the region underneath the earth. 

VA  means Varishta, the great or steady, MANA means Mind.  Vamana means the steady Mind. For steady mind three feet/steps are required.

Sadhak, the Meditator or kriyayoga sadhak confronts three steps during his Sadhana. They are 1)Adibhautika, Physical, 2) Adidaivika, Subtle, and 3) Adhyatmika, Spiritual.

1)Adibhautika, Physical: —Bodily pains etc.,
2) Adidaivika, Subtle: — Mind related problems like thoughts, sub thoughts etc.,
3) Adhyatmika, Spiritual: — Sadhana related problems like Sleep, lazyness etc.

These are called Mala, Aavarana and Vikshepana Doshas, faults.  Sadhak, Kriyayogi, seeing unity with Parabrahman, shall be cautious about these things. To make mind steady one has to annihilate these three faulty steps. One should pray God to make his Sadhana a success by keeping these three falts away from him.   Everything is God and so everything is under His control.  God is tangible and also intangible. So He Himself will come in some Avatar, form, and helps the ardent Meditator or kriyayoga sadhak in his Sadhana by asking him to part with these three faults. 

Sadhak shall find his own replica in a miniature form measuring upto his thumb in Kootastha, the space between the eye brows on the forehead during the intensity of Sadhana. This miniature form is Vamana. 

Bali means to do away the wants with dispassion. 
Chakra means thought Circles. Varti means business/ profession. Chakravarti means the mind professed with wants and thought circles. Bali Chakravarti means to do away the mind professed by wants and thought circle with dispassion. 
Sukracharya means the follower of Ego. It is the source of  Kama, Krodha, Lobha, Moha, Mada and Matsarya. Sacrificing these is BALI. The Sadhak has to grow beyond these vices in him. To keep them within ourselves without following them is pushing them into the Abiss, Patala. Patala is not anywhere else. It is in us only.  To grow beyond these sense wants with dispassion is what is required.    
The Army of Duryodhana consists of:
Drona—habits, good or habits, Asmita,   Bheeshma—ego, Asmita,  Karna—attachment,Raaga, Kripaachaarya—Ignorance, Avidya, Vikarna—Dwesha, repulsion, Jayadratha—body bound inclination, Abhinivesa,   Saumadatta or Bhurisrava, Son of Somadatta, —good, bad, and mixture of Good and Bad material actions,  Karma,   Aahwatthama—hidden desires, Aasaya,
Duryodhana—king of desires, Kama,  Dussaasana—Anger, Krodha,  Karna and Vikarna —Greediness, Lobha,  Sakuni—Delusion, Moha,  Salya—Pride, Mada,  and Kritaverma—Jealousy, Maatsarya. 

Four things will play a great part in Sadhana.  They are:
Mind, Breath, Sperm, and Life force. 
 
There are 72,000 subtle nadis exist in human body.




Amongst them three subtle nadis, Ida, Pingala and Sushumna are very important.

Ida subtle nadi exists on the left side of Spinal cord, Pingala on the right side of Spinal cord and in the middle of Spinal cord Sushumna subtle nadi exists. These three nadis travel upto Kootastha, the space between the two eye brows, together from Moolaadhara chakra underneath the anus. Ida and Pingala halt at Kootastha. Sushumna proceeds further upto Sahasrara chakra underneath the Brahmarandhra in the middle top of the head.

The Kundalinee, illusion, the individualized Maya,  delusion, is called Draupadi. Kundalinee, the outgoing life force, is like a snake. Its tail is in the upper chakras and hood is near the Mooladhara chakra. When man does not do any kriyayoga sadhana then it is in sleepinf state and hence called Sleeping Kundalinee. It is awakened with the Sadhana. The Tamed or awakened Kundalinee is sent through middle Sushumna subtle nadi. This is then travel through Mooladhara, Swadhistaana, Manipura, Anahata, Visuddha, Agna negative and Posite  and then reach Brahmarandhra through Sahasrara.
        
Mooladhara, Swadhistaana and Manipura Chakras are called Mundane Chakras. This field is called Kurukshetra. Man confined to this field does not do any good, spitual Sadhana and always self centered. This field is also called Brahma Granthi, a knot.

Manipura, Anahata and Visuddha, Chakras are called Mundane—Spiritual Chakras. This field is called Kurukshetra—Dharmakshetra. Man confined to this field does have mixed mundane and  spiritual feelings. Even though  self centered he does think about spiritual Sadhana.  This field is also called Rudra Granthi, a second  knot.

Visuddha, Agna negative and Posite  and  Sahasrara.Chakras are called Spiritual or Devine Chakras. This field is called Dharma kshetra. Man confined to this field does only good, Spiritual Sadhana and always God centered. This field is also called Vishnu Granthi, a third and last  knot.
The conflicts of subtle  positive and negative forces in regard to Sadhana is called the Great war of Mahabharat.

The crossing of  Mooladhara, Swadhistaana, Manipura, Anahata and  Visuddha by Kundalinee force, is called marrying five husbands by Draupadi.
For Subtle Creation, there will be reigning deities. To understand them the following table is given: 
                               Parabrahman


          Srikrishna Consciousness (God in Parabrahman)
                                 Ignorance (Avidya)          
Satwa(Positive)           
Rajo(Neutral)
Tamo(Negative) 
                                              
                   Karana Srishti(Idea Creation)
Akaas
(Space)
 Sound   
(Sabda)
     Vayu
     (Air)
   Touch
 (Sparsha)
        Agni
        (Fire)
(Configuration)
     ( Roopa)
      
 Varuna
 (Water)
  Taste      (Ruchi)
  Prithvi
  (Earth)
    Smell  (Gandha)

Ignorance(Avidya) with its three qualities, Satwa, Rajo and Tamo, and Akasa, Vayu, Agni, Varuna, and Prithvi, together is called Karana Srishti, Idea Creation.

Kapidhwaja:
The Flag emblem of Arjun is Monkey, Hanuman.
Kapi means Mind, Manas, in Sanskrit. Mind exists in the Head. So Dhwajam, Flag, is the replica of Merudanda, the Spinal cord. Mind dwells on the top of Spinal cord. The Sadhak should steady the mind which lies on the top of the flag.    
The sadhak should apply monkey face that means he should apply Khechari Mudra as instructed by Guru and then shall do Kriyayogadhyana. While doing Kriya the Sadhak shall rotate the life force from Mooladhara to Agna Positive Chakra in Kootastha, the place between the Eye brows through the Spinal Cord, the Merudanda, So doing he will magetize the Spinal cord. This is the meaning of Kapidhwaja. 

Gateway:

The Kundalini passage is called the Gate way of the life force at the base of the spine.  The Kundalini 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. 
The sleeping Kundalini:
The life force flowing down from the Medulla oblongata through the spinal centres and especially through the coiled Kundalini gateway at the Mooladhara is called ‘sleeping Kundalini because it serves as the medium to establish communication with and to draw the attention of the ego to the body senses, sex, and the material world.
The Kundalini awakening:the life current while retiring or relaxing from the muscles, heart and sensory motor nerves through the passage in the Mooladhara region and produces a remarkable spiritual and physical sensation  which is called Kundalini awakening.
The sleeping kundalini is to be awakened and shoukd be made to return to Sahasrara Chakra through Kriyayoga Sadhana.
Crossing of Mooladhara(Sahadeva), Swadhisthana (Nakula), Manipura(Arjuna), Anahata (Bheema) and Visuddha(Yudhisthira) by the awakened Kundalini is called Draupadi marrying five husbands. 
This Draupadi is nature. Five Pandavas are Pancha Mahabhutas viz., Akasa, Vayu, Agni, Water and Prithvi.
The Upapandavas, Five sons of Five Pandavas,are the devine powers emanated when the awakened kundalini crosses the Chakras viz., Mooladhara, Swadhishtana, Manipura, Anahata and Visuddha respectively.

The negative powers are related to the Ida Subtle nadi on the left side of Sushumna in the Spinal Cord, and The Positive powers are related to the Pingala Subtle nadi on the right side of Sushumna in the Spinal Cord. The negative powers are Kauravas and Positive powers are Pandavas and their respective armies.
Habits are the Gurus or teachers, that show the path. Habits or Samskaras may be good or bad.

Good and bad are the offsprings of Habits. Good and Bad are the well wishers and bad wishers. The sons and Grandsons are good and Bad habits are only again.
Om kar is like an arrow. The chanting of OM is like the arrow of Srirama called RAMBAAN. This Raambaan is unparallel and the most powerful one. It will not go waste without kill.  Likewise the chanted Om will not be futile. That will definitely kill the negative forces in this universe.

To utlize Swasa, the Breath, as a weapon is called SWASTRA. In usage the Swastra has become gradually came to be known as Sastra.

With the investment of Swasa, Breath, and to get the kingdom of God  is  Vairagya. When Sadhak is not getting progress the Sadhak will be worrying. The above narration is his predicament during this state.

Three Bodies and five sheaths

1) Physical Body (sthoola sareeram):
It consists of Annamaya kosh or sheath. It is studied in Anatomy.
2) Subtle Body (sookshma sareer):
It consists of three sheaths. They are praanamaya, manomaya and vignaanamaya sheaths. The individuality of man and reincarnation or rebirth after death is included in this body. This body is studied in Nervous systems, tatwa sastra and psychology.
3) Idea body (Kaarana sareera):
This consists of the last sheath i.e., Anandamaya kosh. This body is studied in Nyaya, Mimamsa ans manstatwa sastra.

Yadidam kincha jagatsarvam praanaejati nissrutaha.
Rigveda
Whole jagat is manifested due the vibrations of Praana. Thing is one only. Due to naama (names) and roopa (configurations) it becomes inert Jagat or Cosmos. With cosmic consciousness that Jagat transforms into Mind. Avyaktam means unmanifested and is called Bija sakti or root power. Its first sibling is MAHAT.

 

Annamayakosam:

The manifestation of 24 Tatwas from tainted Panchamahabhutaasas lead to Sthoola Shareera or Physical body. This is called the Annamayakosa.  Five Sense organs (Gnaanen driyas), five organs of Action (Karmendriyas), Five Pranas, Pancha Tanmatras and AntahKarana are together constitute Physical Body.


Tanmatra means Power. Akaasha has Shabda (Sound), Vayu or Air has Sparsha (Touch), Agni or Fire has Roopa (configuration), Jal or water has Rasa (taste) and Prithvi or Earth has Gandha (Smell).

Praanamaya Kosa

The untainted five Pranas in Subtle body and five Karmendriyas together constitute PranamayaKosa.




Soul 

Annamayakosam


Physical body


 Pranamaya, Manomaya & Vignanamaya kosams



Subtle body

Causal body

Anandamaya  kosam






















 

 

 

Manomaya kosa 

Five sense organs in the Subtle body, manas(mind) and Chittam together constitute Manomayakosa.

Vignaanamayakosa:

Five sense organs in the Subtle body, Ahamkar(Ego) and determining Buddhi together constitute Vignaanamayakosa.

Pranamaya, manomaya and Vignanamayakosas or sheaths together are called Sookshma Shareera.
Anandamayakosa:
Untainted Panchamaha bhootas and Three Gunas, Satwa, Rajas and Tamo, are called Avidya or Ignorance.and this is called Karana Shareera.  This is called Anandamayakosa.

Avasthas or States:
Jagratavastha:
Cosmic Consciousness or Brahmachetana enters Karanashareera, from Karana to Sookshma, and from Sookshma to Sthoola shareera and then making all these three Shareeras Conscious is called Jagratavastha or waking state  
Swapnavastha:
Cosmic Consciousness or Brahmachetana enters Karanashareera, from Karana to Sookshma, and then making these two Shareeras Conscious is called Swapnavastha or Avachetanavastha. The Jagratavastha remains unconscious.
  
Sushupti avastha:
Cosmic Consciousness or Brahmachetana enters Karanashareera, making it Conscious is called Sushuptiavastha, Thureeyavastha, Adhichetanavastha or Superconscious state.  The remaining Sookshma and Sthoola remain unconscious.
  
The God in Creation is called Krishna Consciousness or Shuddha Satwa Maya.

The Consciousness in Creation, three consciousnesses, karana, sookshma and Sthoola in Macro, and three consciousnesses,  karana, sookshma and Sthoola in Micro, are manifested as seven consciousnesses. These are not visible to the physical and ordinary eye. 

Due to the influence of Tamoguna Karanashareera will have Mala and Avarana Doshas, and because of Rajoguna vikshepana Dosha.

When a Lantern chimney is painted by Black smoke then the burning wick cannot be visible. Likewise due to Maladosha the Paramatma within us becomes invisible.

We will mistake the rope as Snake due to superimposition of  darkness. So Avarana dosha or fault occurs due to Tamoguna ignorance of unsteady mind. 

Love and hatred, selfishness, love, affection, kindness, Happiness, Contentment, dissatisfaction, Kama, krodha, Lobha, Moha, Mada and Matsarya etc are the vikshepana doshas. This is due to ego.

Due to Mala, Avarana and Vikshepana doshas the Karana shareera will have 1) body attachment i.e., kartritwadoshas, 2) attachment towards Finance, Offspring, and spouse, fame mongerism, 3) interest in Sastras, and 4) worldly attachment.  Because of this man will have Asmita, Ragadwesha and Abhinivesa.

Asmita means Ego, Ragadwesaha means attraction and repulsion, Abhinivesha means attachment to his body. 
 
Our ancestors means Jeevaatma comprising of Antahkarana i.e., Manas, Buddhi, Chittam and Ahamkar.   
 
Senses are its Offsprings.

Wants or desires are the offsprings of the senses. 

The individual works that are being done by the respective senses is what we do for the satisfaction of Antahkarana, the so called Tarpanas or oblations.
Sadhak in Samadhi i.e., in the unision of soul with Spirit, shall put a full stop to these oblations.  This is how the aspiring sadhak shall think of wrongly.
In fact during Samadhi the out going life force through the senses is made to take a return path to the Cosmos through Sushumna in the spinal Cord and through Chakras.

In this process we concentrate all these outgoing life forces in Kootastha by making them inward. There in Kootastha the Sadhak will see Jyoti, the effulgent third eye. These are the real Tarpanams or Oblations we offer to Soul. 

One breath-in and one breath-out together constitutes one HAMSA.

Ordinarily a healthy man will make 21,600 Hamsas in a day.  This amounts to 15 Hamsas per minute.

If a man does 15 Hamsas per minute he is called Bhogi.

If he does more than 15 Hamsas per minute he is called Rogi.

If he does less  than 15 Hamsas per minute he is called Yogi. 

Tortoise does less than 15 Hamsas per day. If no body kills it will live more than 1000Years.

Yogi increases his life span with the control of life force. So controlling life force, yogi will be healthy and will unite with Parabrahman.

Castes
The chakras in the Spinal cords are like Junction Boxes.

The Cosmic Consciousness enters Sahasrara through Medulla oblongata.  From there it will be directed to Agna Positive, Agna negative, Visuddha, Anahata, Manipura, Swadhisthana and Moolaadhara Chakras, the junction Boxes. From there the Cosmic Consciousness enters into Nerve Centres, Nerves, and then to pertinent organs.

Visuddha, Anahata, Manipura, Swadhisthana and Moolaadhara Chakras are called Castes.

Sadhak awakens the Kundalini Force lying underneath the Mooladhara Chakra with his Kriya Yoga Sadhana. The Chakra upto which his awakened Kundalini reaches shall decide his caste.

The one who does not do yoga sadhana at all is called Sudra. His kundalini is in a sleeping state.he is said to be in Kaliyuga. His heart is considered to be Black.  He is in completely ignorant state.

When the man starts Kriyayoga Sadhana, then his sleeping Kundalini gradually awakens. If the awakened Kundalini reaches and touches  Mooladhara Chakra, he is considered to be a Kshatriya, Warrior group. He will resist the forces that oppose his Meditation or kriyayoga sadhana. He continues to be in Kaliyuga. His heart is considered to be Vibrant.

When the awakened Kundalini touches Swadhistaana Chakra then he is considered to be Dwija which means he has taken another birth. He is considered to be in Dwaparayuga. His heart is considered to be devouted.

When the awakened Kundalini touches Manipura Chakra then he is considered to be Vipra which means he is ready to study Veda. Veda means to hear. So he is ready to hear OMKAR. He is considered to be in Tretayuga.  His heart is considered to be steady.

When the awakened Kundalini touches Anahata Chakra then he is considered to be Brahmin which means he starts hearing  OMKAR.. He is considered to be in Kritayuga or Satyayuga.  His heart is considered to be Clean.

In this way the castes viz., Sudra, Dwija, Vipra and Brahmin are formed. They are gradually came to known as Sudra,Kshatriya ,Vaishya, and Brahmin castes. The castes are formed as per the progressd achieved in Yoga Sadhana. 

Gradually the castes are determined by biological birth instead of progress in Yoga Sadhana. By and by several subcastes have been carved out of the main castes. This way several castes have come into existence. This has resulted in causing danger to the Unity, integration and safety of the country.


Eight types of marriages
1) Braahmamu: The marriage that is solemnized with the mutual consent of bride and bridegroom witnessed by elders of both sides.

2) Daivam: The marriage that is solemnized with the mutual consent of  elders from both sides.

3)Aarshamu: Marriage that is solemnized by taking dowry from the bride.

4) Praajaapatyamu: Wife is essential to do Sacrices(yagna). Marriage that is solemnized to meet this requirement.

5) Aasuramu: For the benefit and safety of king, Marriage that is solemnized by giving financial assistance both bride and bridegroom.

6) Gaandharvamu: Marriage that is solemnized due to mutual love amongst both bride and bridegroom with or without the consent of elders of both sides and without following any customs, conditions and timings.

7) Raakshasam: Marriage that is solemnized by forcibly taking away the bride.

8) Paishachikam: Marriage that is solemnized by administering intoxicants to the bride and marrying her while she is insane.


Arjuna—self control,  bow—Spinal cord,  arrows—Pranayama techniques,  chariot—body,  simply sat—without any posture.
Posture or Asana—Vajrasan, Padmasan or Sukhasan.


We have to understand the matter in two ways.
1) ANULOMAPADDHATI.:-- To see the matter as Energy of unchangeable Parabrahman.  This is the correct way.  We should go within to draw back the outgoing energy and get it united with Parabrahman at the end.

 2)VILOMAPADDHATI:-- To see God as always changeable Creation.  This is not the correct way. In this, we percept the  Energy from God through Senses and express it out  through Senses. This will lead us to be absorbed in ignorance by and by.
TAT  TWAM GNAANAM :-- That (Parabrahman) is You only. This  Wisdom  is called Tatwagnaanam.

Three bodies

Man has three bodies.
Karana sareera (Idea body)
Anandamaya kosa (Blissful sheath) is Karanasareera. It comprises three Gunas, Satwa, Rajas, and Tamas, the primordial ignorance, form of delusion.  It is an armour of ignorance.  This is the origin of Subtle five Electricities, Aakaasa (Space), Vayu (Air), Agni (Fire), Jal (Water), and Prithvi (Earth).  This is root cause of Creation.

Sookshmasareera (Subtle body)

Vignaanamaya, (wisdom sheath), Manomaya(mind sheath), and Pranamaya (Life force sheath), together comprises Sookshma sareera. 

Untainted Panchamahabhootas (Five electricities),  Pancha karmendriyas (Five Action organs), Pancha Gnanendriyas (powers of hearing, touch,seeing, taste, and smell), Five Pranas, and Antahkarana (Mind, Intellect, Feelings, and Ego). 

Sthoola sareera (Physical body)

The physical body is made of tainted negative traits (Tamo Guna).  It comprises five physical Panchamahabhootaas, Pancha Gnaanendriyas (Sense organs) made of these physical Pancha mahabhootaas, Pancha Karmendriyas (Action organs),  Pancha Praanaas (Five Airs) and Antahkarana.

Physical (Sthoola), Subtle (Sookshma), and Idea (Karana) bodies.
Idea body has 51 initial feelings.
8 amongst them pertain to Idea body.  They are five Pancha mahabhootas, and three Gunas viz., Satwa, Rajas, and Tamo.

19 amongst them pertain to Subtle body.  They are untreated Five Karmendriyas (Action organs), Five Gnanendriyas (Sense organs), Five Pranas (Airs), and Mano (Wavering mind), Buddhi (discriminating Intellect), Chitta (Sphere of thinking) and Ahamkaar (Ego), called Antahkarana.

24 ideas pertain to Physical (Sthoola) body. They are:--
Treated Five Gnanendriyas (Sense organs), Five Pranas (Airs), Five Tanmatras (Forces) and Mano (Wavering mind), Buddhi (discriminating Intellect), Chitta (Sphere of thinking) and Ahamkaar (Ego), called Antahkarana.
 .  

                Physical Body

      Subtle Body

Idea Body

             
If water is frozen then it becomes Ice.  Likewise Physical Body is nothing but solidified vibrating force only.

 The vibrations of energy and mind is subtle body. The pure vibratory Cosmic Energy is Idea Body.

Physical Body is Food depandant,
Subtle body is dependant on Cosmic Energy, will power and Thinking magnitudes, and
Idea body is dependant on Pure wisdom and beatitude.

When a product comes out of a factory, it produces sound initially. Likewise when Creation is manifested out of Maya, Cosmic Sound i.e., OM is produced.

This OM is the combination of  Akaar, Ukaar and Makaar.

The macro Physical, Subtle and Idea worlds constitutes this Universe which is replica of OMKAR only. 

KARMA

KARMA is of three types. They are: Sanchita, Prarabdha and Agaami.
Sanchita Karma: As one cannot spendthe whole harvest in a day. He keeps his Harvest in a granary which will be utilized later. Likewise the deeds/acts we do invite Good or Bad Karma. They will go on accumulating birth after birth that has/have to be experiencd later. Such accumulated Karma is called Sanchita Karma,
Prarabdha Karma:  we bring some Karma from the accumulated Sanchita for spending for the present. This is called Prarabdha Karma. The amount mentioned in the Bank cheque given to somebody cannot be altered by anybody except the giver that too before making it into cash. Likewise this Prarabdha Karma can be altered as good or bad by the experiencer only.
Aagaami Karma:  The karma we do in the present, good or bad,  will be accumulated to be in use for future.
In the syllogism of God, one has to experience Good and Bad karmas respectively.

One has to completely finish his these three Karmas, till then he will be rotated through the cycle of Birth and Death. One has to cross Physical, Subtle, amd Idea bodies thro Kriya Yoga Sadhana. Till then he has to undergo pleasure and displeasure.
One to become many is Creation. Cause and effect culmination is Creation.

See the following examples:

Potter has made the Pot with Soil or clay by using a machine. 

Potter— Efficient Cause (nimitta Karan).
Soil or clay—Material cause (Dravya or upaadaana kaaran).
Machine— Instrumental Cause (yantra or Sadhanaa Karan).

Paramatma has made this Creation through Maya in HIM.
Paramatma— Efficient Cause (nimitta Karan).
In HIM—Material cause (Dravya or upaadaana kaaran).
Maya — Instrumental Cause (yantra or Sadhanaa Karan).

Here, all causes, Efficient, Material, and Instrumental,  are Parabrahman only. His dream is this Creation.

Suppose a man had dreamt as though he killed four tigers with a sword.
Man— Efficient Cause (nimitta Karan).
Tigers & Sword—Material cause (Dravya or upaadaana kaaran).
Sword — Instrumental Cause (yantra or Sadhanaa Karan).
Here, all causes, Efficient, Material, and Instrumental,  are Man only. His dream is this  dream Creation.

As the dream of a Man is not real, the dream of Parabrahman is also not real.

The description of third eye in Kootastha, the place between the eye brows in the centre of fore head,  is given below:

 
     

God in Creation(Blue)
SriKrishnaChaitanya
  (Tat)

5 Pointed Silver star
God beyond Creation
    (Sat)

Ohm Generator
Yellow color


In deep and intensive Meditation yogi will experience Soul or self in Kootastha as a great effulgence, pure Wisdom, and Ohm sound.  This is called THIRD EYE. However amount of  spiritual discouses one may hear and may read, he cannot get a vivid experience. Only through Kriya yoga Dhyana one will gain real experience.

Vedas

Saam=Complete,  khya=Wisdom,  Saankhya means complete wisdom.
Rigveda is the first amongst Four Vedas. The other three Vedas, Yajurveda, Saamaveda, and Atharvaveda, came out of this. 

Three things are very important in Vedas.  They are:

1)Samhita: it is like a tree.  Consists of hymns (Mantras).

2)Braahmanas: it is like a flower. Yagna (Sacrifice)  with hymns. To perform Yagna in accordance with Hymns.

3)Aranyakas: it is like fruit. It narrates about how to cross the barrier between Para (Cosmic Consciousness) and Apara (Human consciousness). 

4)Upanishad: Essence of  that Veda. Go within and get united with Parabrahman. This is what the Upanishad states.
 
Vedas teach us to start with worshipping the Nature and its physical forces, and ends with unision with God, the almighty. This is taught in degrees. The physical, mental , and spiritual evolution of Man into God is taught gradually by Vedas.

Vedas are devided into Karmakanda and gnaanakanda.

Karmakanda: What the Man has to do on the physical plane is expatiated. This is called Poorva Meemaamsa.

Gnanakanda: How to recognize God and get united with HIM with pure wisdom is explained. This is called Uttara Meemamsa.

Ordinary people will simply follow only Karmakanda and make efforts to obtain Physical pleasures which are small in nature.

Men of wisdom will make huge efforts to get united with Parabrahman which is considered to be the noblest and several times greater than small Physical pleasure.
 
Karma, Bhakti, Dhyaana, and Gnaana are not independent yogas. They are interdependent. The knowledge gained from books has to be experienced, then only that knowledge is meaningful and will be fruitified. To gain that experience, war of Meditation is to be practiced.

Cosmic Consciousness—thoughts—effulgence—Life force —Electrons, Protons—Molecules—Nature—Earth—Man. 
This is the Chain.

Abhishekam Panchaamrita Snaanam

Water means Nature.  To dedicate this water i.e., Nature back to the almighty God i.e., ParamAatma is called Abhishekam in Sanskrit. That means the gifts of the giver is not greater.  To express this with humility Hindus perform this Abhishekam ceremony in the temples.

Unless one becomes a man of wisdom through yoga sadhana, the things of Nature of the giver i.e, Ether, air, fire, water and earth are five nectars only.  That means these five vibratory elements shall not die for an ordinary man. We bow to the God saying ‘salute to you left and right, upper and below, around you and every where’ . This is the way of showing our respects to the giver of givers.  So we express this by dedicating these five vibratory elements to him.  The cow milk, ghee, curd, sugar and honey are the replicas of these five vibratory elements.


Earth, water, Fire, Air, and space/Ether are the Panchabhootaas (Five Electricities). This Creation is made up of with these five.  Human body is also made up of with these five electricities.

As long as these Creation exists these Panchabhootas shall exist. So they are five nectars, Pancha Amritas. Oh God, YOU have  provided this Creation consisting of these five electricities. They are not above YOU. We dedicate these to YOU. To express this conception we dedicate water to him. Water represents one of the Pancha Amritas and it is easy to dedicate.

Namaskar is a symbol of respect in which both the palms  are joined. By joining both the palms there will not be any space left between them. This is to say, ‘nothing is mine, everything is yours.’.  We pay our respects to God by doing Namaskar and sprinkle water on left, right, above and below, back and front, of our body.  This is called Panchamrita Snanam, a Hindu way of showing respect to God.

The food

The food will take seven changes to become semen ultimately.

1)Food, 2)Blood, 3)Flesh), 4)Nerves, 5)Bones, 6)Bone marrow, and 7)Semen. 

Food takes 15 (Fortnight) days to transform into Blood.

The Blood will take 27(Asterics or stars) days to become useful blood.

This blood takes 41(Mantrasiddhi) days to transform into flesh.
Flesh takes 52 (Sanskrit Alphabets) days to transform into nerves.

Nerves take 64 (Types of Arts) days to transform into Bones. Bones take 84 (Types of living veings 84 lakhs) days to transform into Bone marrow.

Bone marrow take 96 (This body is made of 96 elements or ideas as per SankhyaSastra) days to transform into Semen.

Semen takes 108 (Hindu Ashtottara satanaamaavali) days to transform into Ojahsakti.

Kriya yoga 

 With Kriyayoga Sadhana the human consciousness will be united with Cosmic Consciousness through Spinal cord. The wheel of Creation will thus be moving or manifesting through spinal cord. 

The consciousness of worldy man normally confined to Moolaadhara, Swadhistaana, and Manipura chakras and works as a slave to senses and their objects.

The consciousness of Poets will be working through Anahata Chakra.

The consciousness of Yogi who is having peace, tranquility, and steady mind shall be working through Visuddha Chakra.

The yogi who has obtained a state of ATMASAKSHATKAR (self realization) or Savikalpa Samadhi shall see himself as a Vamana (Dwarf) in Kootastha. That means his Consciousness will be working through AgnaChakra.

The consciousness of Yogi who has obtained Nirvikalpa Samadhi shall be working through Sahasrarachakra.

Karma means Kriyayoga Sadhana.  

Sadhak who does sadhana to unite with Parabrahman has got nothing to do with these three worlds.

Sookshma (Subtle world) Jagat gets its energy fro Karana (Idea world). Sthoola (Physical) Jagat will get its energy from subtle world.

The main source of Energy for Matter is Cosmic Consciousness only. Consciousness means Mind.

Electron +Intelligence=Consciousness.

Mind, Energy, and Matter are three facets of Parabrahman.
  

Sound travels at a speed of  344 meters per second at 220. 

Light travels at a speed of   3x108  meters per second.

The first manifestation of Parabrahman is His effulgence i.e., Cosmic Consciousness. This is Omnipotent. This is called Soorya, Sun. This 3rd eye appears in Kootastha when the Sadhak concentrates his human consciousness and dual electricities in his two eyes with intense meditation.  This is called Vyashtaatma (individual Soul) or Atma Soorya, Sun. The omnipotent Cosmic Consciousness also he will behold as a siver 5pointed star in 3rd eye. 

From this 3rd eye only, the omnipotent Cosmic Consciousness shall enter into nerve centres and nerves through Chakras,  from there to body, and transforms into Human consciousness.
This human consciousness will be entangled with Chitta (feelings), Ahamkar (Ego), Man (wavering mind), and Buddhi (discriminating intelligence).

 The human consciousness will perform its function in four different ways:

1)  performing the work within the frame work of Senses, 2) performing the functions with determination, integrating with Buddhi(Intellect), 3) manifesting desire with the association of senses, and 4) to give up or move away from Parabrahman with the wrong conception of Maya, delusion, as real.

The limited human consciousness in the Physical Antahkarana cannot grasp unlimited Cosmic Consciousness. It is possible with the practice of Kriyayoga sadhana only.

Mind is manifested from Atmasurya, Vyashtaatma. Hence the son of Atma Surya (Soul son) is Karana chetana or Idea mind. So Idea mind is the sun of vaivaswata (Sun).  Vaivaswata Manu is Idea mind.

Cosmic Consciousness (Sun or Vaivaswata) is the source of Life force. Through mind only this life force is manifested in the subtle body. Mind and Life force are interdependent or complimentary to each other in the human body. Hence if mind is stabilized, then Life force becomes stabilized and vice versa. 

3rd eye in Kootastha is the Gate way to transform the Cosmic Consciousness into human consciousness and life force.

3rd eye is the source for the manifestation of both the Idea (Karana) and Subtle (sookshma) bodies. 

The 3rd eye of Idea body is the source for 3rd eye of Subtle body.

Ideabody will have its own Idea spinal cord, and Subtle body will have its own subtle spinalcord.

Sushumna subtle nadi pertains to subtle body spinal cord.

Vajra in Sushumna, chitri in Vajra, and Brahmanadi in Chitri pertain to Idea spinal cord.

The Cosmic Consciousness and Cosmic energy, both will initially enter into 3rd eye of Idea body, and from there into Idea spinal cord as Idea Consciousness and Idea life force.  From Idea spinal cord they will enter into subtle body 3rd eye and from there into Subtle Spinal cord. Here they will transform into subtle consciousness and subtle life foce.

This subtle body 3rd is called ‘Ikshwaaku.’  Iksh means eye.

Manu means Ikshwaaku, the son of Idea consciousness.

Senses of Physical body is not the source of ego for Ikshwaaku state. The ego in Ikshwaku state from Soul. This comes from Soul as such it is called Sahajaavabodhana or Intuition.

The Cosmic Consciousness and Cosmic energy, both will enter into spinal cord of Physical body through the spinal cord of subtle body as Human Consciousness and life force. From there they will enter into Physical senses having sense objects which work in coordination/conjunction with Karmendriyas, organs of Action. This state of Physical and karmendriyas is called Rajarshi state. In that Rajarshi state, man will forget Yoga Sadhana and does not do sadhana. 

RA=not  Haasyam=humourous.

In Sanskrit Rahasyam means Kriyayoga is a serious business but not humorous one.  People should not imagine that the Kriyayogi is simply sitting by closing his eyes without doing any work.  Kriyayoga is the medium by which the individual soul gets united with Spirit. It is eternal and truthful Rajayoga. This Rajayoga is Kriyayoga. 

Hiranyakasipuvadha:
There is another mythological story in Hindu Srimadbhagavat. In this story Vishnu takes into a form of Half man and half lion called Narasimhaavatara, and kills a ferocious demon called Hiranyakasipu with HIS paws. 

Oh, man, you are not man, in reality you are a courageous lion, man of divinity. Man, like a courageous lion, should make lion’s effort to do the practice of Kriyayoga sadhana so as to come out of his egoistic nature is the essence of this story.

Hiranyaakshavadha:
Hiranyakshu throws the Earth into water.

In this Vishnu takes into a form of Pig called Varaahaavatara, lifts the earth with his two wisdom teeth, kills another ferocious demon called Hiranyaakshu with his nails.

Man is the replica of Earth. Water represents Family. Man will have two wisdom teeth representing wisdom.

He man, don’t submerge into water i.e., Samasar, Family. Get united with Parabrahman with Kriyayoga Sadhana. Don’t submerge in family. Come out of it with wisdom. 
The annihilation of Brahmagrandi that pertains to Physical body  is the concept of killing Hiranyakasipu and Hiranyaaksha demons. Killing of ego is very important in Sadhana.

Ravana Kumbhakarna Vadha:
In Ramayana, the sacred Hindu epic, two most coveted enemies viz., ego and desire are killed. These enemies of Sadhak are Ravana and KumbhaKarna, the most ferocious demons.

Ravana brings forcibly the wife of Rama due to lust.  His younger brother Kumbhakarna agrees to help him in this sinful deed.  Vishnu takes the Avatar of Sri Rama and kills both the demons. 

The annihilation of Rudragrandi that pertains to subtle body  is the concept of killing Ravana and KumbhaKarna demons, the epitomes of ego and lust.

Sisupala and Dantavaktra Vadha:
In Srimadbhagavat, Vishnu in the form of Srikrishna kills two more demons, Sisupala and Dantavaktra.

These two demons represents the residual childish ego in the Sadhak.

Sisu = Child,  Danta = dentition time for small children.

The annihilation of Vishnugrandi that pertains to Idea body is the concept of killing Sisupala and Dantavaktra demons, the epitomes of the residual childish ego in the Sadhak.

Kundalini

Kundalini force is like a snake. Snake in Sanskrit is known as Sesha. As this chakra is nearer to the hood of Kundalini power, this chakra is called SHESHADRI.  In Tirupati Balaji Charitra, the first Hill is named after this as Sheshadri.. Tirupati is a famous temple town in South India.

The same Mooladharachakra is called Sahadevachakra in Mahabharat. This removes negative forces that obstruct Kriyayoga Sadhana. Here the Sadhak gets Savitarka Sampragnaata Samadhi. Sampragnata means doubtful. 

Kundalini force is called Sita in Ramayana, Draupadi in Mahabharata, and SriPadmavati in Tirupati Balaji Charitra.

Swadhistaan chakra has 6 rays, white color, light bitter taste,  and flute sound. In Sanskrit Veda means to hear. In Tirupati Balaji Charitra, the second Hill is named after this Chakra as Vedadri.

The same Swadhistaan chakra is called Nakula chakra in Mahabharat.  Here the Sadhak gets Savichara Sampragnaata Samadhi or Saameepya Samadhi.

This Swadhistaan chakra is called Mahatala in Micro level, and Bhuvar loka in Macro level. That means Mahatala loka is our Swadhistaan chakra only. In Macro level it is called Bhuvarloka. Brahma is the reigning deity here. Here in Swadhistaan chakra 6000 Hamsas will be done throughout a day in 144 minutes. Here Action power (kriyasakti) gets improved. 

Here in Swadhistanchakra one should meditate with Varuna Mudra. This will remove Skin diseases and make the skin to shine. Blood impurification, Bloodlessness, Acnes, frequent urinations, Kidney problems will be ameliorated.

 In Mahabharat Swadhistan chakra is called Nakulachakra. This chakradhyan will help the sadhak by making him adhesive to spiritualization.

Manipura chakra has 10 rays, Red color,   bitter taste,  and Veena sound. Here the Sadhak will become Gnaana(GA) roodha. He will obtain wisdom power i.e., Gnaanasakti.  In Tirupati Balaji Charitra, the Third Hill is named after this Chakra as Garudadri.

The same Manipura chakra is called Arjun chakra in Mahabharat. This improves self control. Here the Sadhak gets Saananda Sampragnaata Samadhi or Saayujya Samadhi. Meditating here with Agnimudra will cause amelioration in the diseases of Obesity, Body tension, removal of excessive fats, Diabitis and lever diseases
This Manipura chakra is called Talatala in Micro level, and Swar loka in Macro level. That means Talatala loka is our Manipura chakra only. Vishnu is the reigning deity here. Here in Manipura chakra 6000 Hamsas will be done throughout a day in 240 minutes. Here Action power (kriyasakti) gets improved.

Anahata chakra has 12 rays, Blue color, Sour taste, and Temple Bell sound. Here the body of the Sadhak will become Light and gets a feeling of Levitation. He will obtain Root power i.e., Beejaasakti. Vayu deva, Air God, has two sons viz., Bheem and Anjaneya. In Tirupati Balaji Charitra, the Fourth Hill is named after Anjaneya as Anjanadri.

The same Anahata chakra is called Bheema chakra in Mahabharat. This improves Life force control. Here the Sadhak gets Sasmita Sampragnaata Samadhi or Saalokya Samadhi. Meditating here with Vayumudra will cause amelioration in the diseases of Obesity, gastric problems, Heart problems, Body tension, removal of excessive fats, Diabitis and lever diseases.

This Anahata chakra is called Rasatala in Micro level, and Mahar loka in Macro level. That means Rasatala loka is our Anahata chakra only. Rudra is the reigning deity here. Here in Anahata chakra 6000 Hamsas will be done throughout a day in 288 minutes.  

Anahata chakra has 12 rays, Blue color, Sour taste,  and Temple Bell sound. Here the body of the Sadhak will become Light and gets a feeling of Levitation. He will obtain Root power i.e., Beejaasakti. Vayu deva, Air God, has two sons viz., Bheem and Anjaneya. In Tirupati Balaji Charitra, the Fourth Hill is named after Anjaneya as Anjanadri.

The same Anahata chakra is called Bheema chakra in Mahabharat. This improves Life force control. Here the Sadhak gets Sasmita Sampragnaata Samadhi or Saalokya Samadhi. Meditating here with Vayumudra will cause amelioration in the diseases of Obesity, gastric problems, Heart problems, Body tension, removal of excessive fats, Diabitis and lever diseases.
This Anahata chakra is called Rasatala in Micro level, and Mahar loka in Macro level. That means Rasatala loka is our Anahata chakra only. Rudra is the reigning deity here. Here in Anahata chakra 6000 Hamsas will be done throughout a day in 288 minutes.  

Visuddha chakra has 16 rays, milky white colour, very very bitter taste, and water stream sound. Here the body of the Sadhak will become Light and gets a feeling of levitation. He will obtain primary power i.e., Adi sakti.  A bull is a free animal It will not be utilized for any agricultural work like oxen. Like a bull he will be freed from all the difficulties in the family(Samsar) in this chakra and he will be running towards getting united with Prabrahman leaving behind all worldly problems. Bull is called Vrishabham in Sanskrit.   In Tirupati Balaji Charitra, the Fifth Hill is named after Vrishabham as Vrishabhadri.

The same Visuddha chakra is called Yudhistira chakra in Mahabharat. The Sadhak will obtain peace and tranquility here. Sadhak gets Asampragnaata Samadhi or Saaroopya Samadhi. Asampragnaata means doubtless Samadhi. In Visuddha, Agna, and Sahasrara, the Sadhak gets Doubtless samadhis. Meditating here with Akasa or Sunya mudra will cause amelioration in the diseases of nose, ear, throat, thyroid problems, Parkisons disease and strengthen the gums.

This Visuddha chakra is called Sutala in Micro level, and Jana loka in Macro level. That means Sutala loka is our Visuddha chakra only. Self is the reigning deity here. Here in Visuddha chakra 1000 Hamsas will be done throughout a day in 384 minutes.    
Agna chakra has two rays. Meditating here with Gnaana mudra, the Sadhak will obtain Parasakti, the devine power. Sadhak will get Limitless Ananda, beatitude. He is one step behind and hence In Balaji Charitra it is aptly called as Venkatadri.

In Micro level, it is called Vitala loka, and Tapoloka in Macro level. It is Vitala loka in us. Here in 48 minutes.

1000Hamsas are done throughout a day.

Meditating here improves Memory power, helps to understand the scriptures in proper perspective, improves pure wisdom, helps to continue the Yogasadhana, removes sleeplessness, removes headaches and heaviness in the head, removes anger, and strengthen the nerves in the head.

In Mahabharata Agnachakra is called SrikrishnaChakra. Here the poisons viz., Kam, Krodha, Lobha, Moha, Mada, and Matsarva are removed. Hence the Sadhak will witness a great effulgence called Ksheerasagaram, Milky ocean. This is called Churning of Milky ocean or Ksheerasagara mathanam. This is also called Vaitarini.

Here the sadhak will get Savikalpa or Srashta Samadhi. The reigning Deity is Eeswara. .
Sahasrarachakra has 1000 petals or rays. Here the Sadhak will be uniting with Parabrahman and will attain the Greatest spiritual state called KEVALASAKSHEEBHOOTA STHITI, only witnessing everthing state or Universal consciousness.

In Balaji charitra this is called Narayanadri. Narayana means Universal consciousness. 

This Sahasra is called Atala in Micro level, and Satya loka in Macro level.  It is Atala loka in us. A=Ananta, infinite.  Tala=Head. Atala means Infinite head.
In Sahasrara, 1000Hamsas are done in 240minutes throughout the day.

Meditating here with Lingamudra will bestows the required heat to the body, amelioration in cough, cold, and catarah, Asthama, Low Blood Pressure. Here the reigning duty is Sadguru. In my case Paramahamsa Yogananda.
 

1) Flowers: They represent Skin, Sparsanasakti, touch
2) Colours : They represent eyes, Seing power, Drisyasakti, Results. 
3) Cow Ghee (clarified butter): It represents Tongue, Taste power, Ruchisakti.
4) Fragrant things: Incense sticks represent Nose, smelling power.
5) Conch shell: It represents Ear, hearing power, sabda sakti.

Four types of disciplines

There are four types of disciplines. They are:
1)Brahmacharyam (Cellibacy): Vidhyarthi dasa (Student life),

2)Grihastha : Vivaahadasa: (Married life).

3)Vaanaprastham:Sadhanadasa (secluded life), and

4) Sanyaasam:Sat means  the only Truth. Nyaasam means the 
     Search for truth.

Kundalinee

Praana= life force,  Yaama= controlling.

The controlling of life force is called Pranayama.  Control of breath is not Pranayama. The whole universe is filled with Life force.

We stepdown the 24000volts electricity into 240v with cascaded step down transformers so as to be useful for us.

River water is brought to us through huge water pipes. Then it will be made to pass through small pipes so that they will be useful to us.   Likewise the distorted Cosmic Consciousness is transformed into Life Force so that it will be useful for us in Micro level and the same life force is spread in the whole universe in Macro level.  This life force only is making this universe existent. This life force is called Paraprakriti.

This life force only is manifested in different ways in this universe as creatures, plants, birds, animals, and mankind. The mechanical power that make the lungs, Heart, liver, and kidneys etc., to function is this life force only.

The Soul in the body is the master, and life force is its servant. The commands of self are executed by life force through the medium of Ego.  Life force is intelligent but will not have any spiritual consciousness.  Pure soul can survive without life force but the life force cannot survive without Soul.
Paramatma is one.  HE became many. To become many is his dream. The movement of Dream is done in the head of man while the rest of the body is not having any movement.

The matter for all the things in the dream is supplied by the dreamer himself.  Likewise the supplier of matter for the dream of Paramatma is Himself only.

If the physical eye is opened then the dream of man will melt away. But the dream of Paramatma will vanish if the third in the kootastha is opened with Kriyayoga Meditation by man.

The life force is supplied to all the living beings in a required manner. The life force that is supplied to the man in arequired manner and magnitude is called Chief life force or Mukhya Pranasakti.

This Mukhya Pranasakti enters the embriyo alonwith Jeevatma or self. It will remain with that being till death pertinent to his Karma.

Food will depend upon life force. Apart from this,  this chief life force enters from the Universe as a cosmic consciousness into Cerebrum through Medulla oblongata. From there it will be distributed to the remaining Chakras proportionately.

Oxygen will have energy only. The life force will have both Consciousness and Energy. Life force will be available throughout the body. It will be doing different works in different organs/parts of the body and hence it will have different names pertinent to its function. 

In the name of Pranavayu, it does Crystallization. Crystallization means manifestation of several functions.

In the name of Apanavayu, it does Elimination. Elimination of all waste products.

In the name of Samanavayu, it does Assimilation. Assimilation means digesting the food and then distributing the proteins required by different organs and helps in production of new cells in place of dead cells.

In the name of Udaanavayu, it does Metabolizing. Hair growth, flesh, and skin requires different cells for nourishment and different equations will be happening for this. This is called Metabolizing.

Praana and Apaana are two important electricities in our body.
Apaana currents will travel from kootastha to to Anus through Agna, Visuddha, Anahata, Manipura, Swadhistaana, and Moolaadhara via spinal cord and from there it goes out. Through the anus. This is not steady and hence make the man slave to senses and sense objects.

The Pranavayu travels from Anus to Kootastha via Mooladhara, Swadhistaana, Manipura, Anahata, Visuddha, and Agna chakras upto Kootastha. This is peaceful.  It will unite self with Paramatma during sleep and Yogadhyana.

Apana pulls the consciousness of man to worldly things, and Prana pulls it towards Parabrahman.  So one current pulls without and another pulls within. For Sadhana, going within is very essential. This is called making the sadhak Antarmukh.  This makes the unision with Parabrahman becomes easier.   Making the consciouness inwards to get united with God is called Kriyayoga. 

When Mukhyaprana in the guise of Apanavayu goes out of anus, enrgy will be spent for cells, tandons, tandons, for transmiting the messages to the brain and from the brain to the reqired organ through the sensor and motor nerves,  and for mental thinkings etc. In this process several waste products will be left in the blood.  Carbon dioxide (CO2) is one such waste product.  That impure blood has to be cleansed immediately failing which the physical death occurs.  To restore the spent energy and rejuvenation,   Mukhyaprana is required with the pulls of Praana and Apaana, quite opposite in nature, in Spinal cord, the breathing process exists.

When the life force goes up, it will carry life force consisting of Pranavayu into the lungs and there the Carbon dioxide is removed. This is called breathing.  To purify the liquid and solid things in the stomach, more time is required. That cleansed/purified energy is pumped into the cells  is this life force only.  This purified life energy will be reinvigorating the chakras in spinal cord, kootastha, and Cerebrum.  The residual energy from the Breath is carried to all parts of the body by the blood.  Then Panchapranas (Five airs) shall be utilizing that life energy in a required fashion.

The physical body consists of Physical spinal cord, Physical brain, and Physical places for chakras.

Subtle body has subtle spinal cord, subtle brain, subtle locations for chakras,and subtle nervous system.

Subtle nerves are called sookshmanadis. Nerve is a physical term which is tangible, and subtle i.e., sookshmanadis are not tangible. 

The energy needed for Panchakarmendriyas, and Pancha Gnanendriyas of the physical body is supplied by Subtle body. Subtle body supplies the required energy to Panchapranas through subtle nadis. The sushumna’s outer effulgence coverage of lifetrons, seven chakras, the lifetrons of subtlenadis of panchabhootas, are controlled by subtle body.
  
Sushumna subtle nadi spreads from mooladharachakra to Sahasraarachakra adjacent to Brahmarandhra of Cerebrum.

The four rows of sympatathetic nervous system existing on either side of Physical spinal cord resembles subtle spinal cord.  Ida, pingala, and the Sushumna subtle nadis constitutes one row. Vajra in side Sushumna is second row. Chitri in Vajra nadi is third row of subtle nerves. The outer cover of Brahmanadi in side chitri is the fourth row.

This Brahmanadi is the spinal cord of Karanasareer, Idea body.

33 beeds are there in the physical spinal cord. They are for the protection of four rows of sympatahatic nervous system.

The outermost nerves consist of Dura matter membrane filled with lymph. In side this nerves Arachnoid membrane exists that protects the liquid that comes out from brain. In side this Pia matter exists consisting of white & gray matter which itself is surrounded by Vascular membrane. This consists of Afferent & efferent nerves. This is the media by which Cerebrum, membranes, sense organs, action organs and other important organs are connected. There will be subtle canal in white & grey matter.

The physical eye consists of white, Iris, and pupil.

Behind that in the subtle wisdom natured 3rd eye, there will be Golden ring in place of Physical white.

There will be Blue ring inside Golden ring. This Blue ring represents Iris.
There will be 5pointed Silver star inside Blue ring. This 5pointed Silver star represents Pupil.

The extended hands to the sides, head, and two feet in standing position of a man, represents the star. Head represents Akaas, the extended hands representVayu and Agni, two feet represent  Jal and Prithvi.

Eating unpolished rice is better than wheat for diseases like Blood pressure, arthiritis, and Allergy.

There are 72,000 subtle nadis existing in our body. Ida on left, Pingala on Right, and Sushumna subtle nadi in their centre are very important. 

Effulgence is the outer cover of Sushumna subtle nadi. This will control the physical works of subtle lifetrons of the subtle body. Ida and Pingala will organize the sypathatic nervous system in Physical body.

Sushumna extends upto Sahasrara from Moolaadhara.

The Vajra in Sookshmanadi extends upto Sahasrara from Swadhistaana. This will supply energy for Contractions and rarefactions of Subtle body and for all the movements.
Chitri nadi in vajra extends upto Sahasrara from Manipura.  This will coordinates the spiritual or consciousness related works of subtle body.  

The works of Sushumna, Vajra, and chitri nadis are chiefly controlled by Sahasrara. 

Sahasraara is the brain of Subtle body. The effulgent rays of this Sahasrara are supplying the energy required for Sahasrara and other six chakras. Physical Brain, the Physical locations of chakras, nerve centres, from there to nerves for their respective Physical works get energy from Sahasrara only. 

Physical body is made of flesh and blood.

Subtle body is made of lifetrons or pure Gnana effulgence.

Idea body or Karanasareera is filled with only Consciousness or thouhtrons. 

Karanasareera is the source for the existence of Human consciousness. Karanasareera has brain of pure wisdom, and a spinal cord viz., Spiritual Brahmanadi. This will be enveloped in Chitri subtle nadi. Chitri is of only Consciousness personified.

Sthoolasareera, Physical body, has physical Chakra locations. Likewise Subtlebody, has Subtle Chakra locations. Likewise Ideabody, has Idea Chakra locations. They are all mutually juxtaposed.

Ideabody has seven Idea chakras.

Physical Chakra locations, Physical Brain, Subtle Chakras, Subtle brain, Idea Chakras, and Idea brain work together. 

In nutshell, all Physical, Subtle, and Idea bodies work together as a whole unit.

Physical, and Subtle bodies both are like tools and will  cooperate with Ideabody in respect of recognition, desire, and experience.

The brain of Ideabody is reservoir of Cosmic consciousness that is filled with eternal energy, eternal consciousness, and eternal Happiness. 

The manifestation of Spirit or Paramatama is Vyashtaatma, individual soul. When Cosmic consciousness is entering into Idea body Chakras, then it will express itself as pure wisdom in the Idea cerebrum, intuition in Medulla, Peace and tranquility in Idea Visuddha chakra, as controller of Life force in Idea Anahata, self-controller in Idea Manipura, as fortitude in Idea Swadhistana, and as power of resistance as well as epicenter of incessant thoughts in Idea Mooladhara chakra.

Sri Krishna ––16000 Gopikas

Gopyam and Rahasyam are very important words in Sanskrit.

Gopyam = the concealed.  Rahasyam= ra+hasyam= rahita haasyam= not to be laughed of.

Sadhana is not to be laughed of, it is a very serious business.

Thoughts are not visible outwardly, they are invisible and concealed. Savam (dead body) will not have any thoughts. Sivam (living one) is auspicious one. Sivam has thoughts. Thoughts are the rays of consciousness.

Kavita (Poetry) comes out of Kavi (Poet).  Likewise Gopika has come out of Guptam. So all Gopikas are different thoughts. So each thought, good or bad, is an embodiment of consciousness.
Sarvam khalu idam Brahma. The Consciousness exists everywhere. It is all penetrating/all pervasive. Sun and sunrays are not two different things. Likewise Srikrishnaparamatma and Srikrishna Consciousness are not two different things.

Srikrishnaparamatma or Srikrishna Consciousness are not limited and tangible things.

Yogi will have only one Thought i.e., Paramatma thought.

Ordinary man will have several thoughts, say 16,000 thoughts. No body can count the unlimited thoughts that are emanated out of the mind. Just for the sake of it, it was mentioned as 16,000 thoughts. In a huge gathering, one cannot count the number of people attended. They give the approximate numbers. Here is the same case in respect of 16,000 thoughts mentioned.  16,000 Gopikas are in fact 16,000 thoughts. So there is Cosmic consciousness (Srikrishnaparamatma) behind each and every thought/Gopika. This is inner meaning of Srikrishna is having 16,000 Gopikas.

Vayus –– utility

Pranavayu protects decay of body.

Vyanavayu protects the body from anaemia, and low and high blood pressures.

Samanavayu protects the body from weak digestion.

The organs, muscles, tandons, and membrenes  etc. should not grow more than required. Udaanavayu protects this.

Apanavayu protects the body from the growth of toxins, Gastric problems, tumors, the growth of Cancer cells and piles problems. 

When the Cosmic consciousness enters Idea body, it is transformed into Idea Consciousness. When this Idea Consciousness enters into Subtle body it is transformed into Subtle Consciousness. When this Subtle Consciousness enters into Physical body, then this Subtle Consciousness is transformed into Physical Consciousness. The spirituality of Cosmic Consciousness will be getting distorted due to these transformations. The Physical Consciousness is the lowest amongst all the consciounesses, Physical, Subtle, and Idea.

The pure wisdom is manifested as discriminating intelligence (Buddhi).  That Buddhi is manifested as Blind mind, the slave of senses.  Lastly that mind is manifested as inert physical body. 


 The sadhak may worship Sadguru in three ways with affection.

1) he can submit himself or surrender himself totally to Sadguru.

2) he can remove his doubts by questioning the Sadguru with meaningful questions.

3)  by serving Guru with dedication he may please sadguru.

Karma

Four types of Karma and its results:--
1)Purushaakaara: The karmas that are done in the present time influenced by will power. They are not done as per the influence of past karmas. These are independent of past karmas.

2)Prarabdha: The karmas that are done in the present time influenced by past karmas. These are dependent of past karmas. They are done without utilizing the will power provided by God especially to the mankind.  They are impediments to the growth of man, physically and mentally.  The karmas will give the results right from the onset of birth, now and then. Sometimes they will wait for the right time to yield the results.

3) Pararabdha: The past karmas that are not yet given the results in the present time. They will wait for the time to yield the results  in this birth or the next birth. Every new karma is formed as per the design of the past karmas. This way, the karmas will be getting repeated and will reflect as new or bad samskaras, habits, in our lives.  Our past, present, and future lives are in a way dependent on the good and bad results of the karmas we do.  Under the influence of Maya, delusion, man does not know about his past and future.  This Maya is also manifested in a righteous way by Parabrahman. This righteous Maya is christened as Karma Bandham, bondage. So man should get of this bondage with Sadhana.

4) Prahadara: Yogi with his Kriyayoga sadhana can burn these above three karmas, Purushaakaara, Prarabdha, and Pararabdha.

Chakorapakshi (Greek partridge)

The fortnight from Amavasya (New Moon) to Paurnami (Full Moon) is called Suklapaksha or Lunar growing period as per Hindu Almanac.

There is a Religious vow, a course of conduct or living which one resolves to adhere to. The Sadhak will start with one cudgel of food on the first day of Sukla paksha. Then the Sadhak will gradually increases his food in take at the rate of one per day. Ex: First day one cudgel, second day two cudgels, like this on 15th day i.e., Paurnami (Full moon day) 15 cudgels.
   
The fortnight from Paurnami (Full Moon) to Amavasya (New Moon)  is called Krishnapaksha or waning period of lunar as per Hindu Almanac. The sadhak in this period gradually deceases his food in take at the rate of one per day. Ex: First day 15 cudgels, second day 14 cudgels, like this on 15th day i.e., Amavasya (New moon day) Zero cudgels.  This is called Krichra Chandraayanavrat, a religious observance.

The Chakorapakshi follows this principle. It appears as though this bird is following this religious observance. That is the reason this bird is having a special significance in religious parlance.  In spirituality, the sadhaks take this bird as an ideal to follow certain food restrictions while doing Sadhana in order to get unision with God, the Parabrahman.

Jaatakapakshi:(Jataka Bird)

 The mother bird will leave the egg while flying in the sky. Befoe the egg strikes the earth, the egg becomes a young bird and again flies in the sky. The young bird will have a hole in its neck. The mother bird takes the young one and flies up above towards the rain side in such a way that the drops of rain water enters the hole of the young one’s neck.

Such are the principles of the above birds in respect of getting food.  Beholding the systematizm of the above birds in respect of getting foods, the sadhak should scrupulously follow the principles in respect of control of food, senses etc., zealously in order to get united with God, the Prabrahman. The sadhak should have a intense longing for the rain waters of grace of Parabrahman. 

Kriyayoga can be practiced by anybody, no caste, no religion, and no race.

Diiferent Yogas

 1) Hathayoga: To discipline the body certain bodily postures are illustrated.

2) Layayoga: To hear the auspicious sound of OM and immersed in that sound.

3) Karmayoga: To do Karma without expecting any result.

4) Mantra yoga:  To do Root word (Beejakshar) chanting, and OM chanting, in Chakras, Om chanting in Sahasrara Chakra, and tokar Kriya etc.

5)Rajayoga: Pranayama Techniques i.e., to control Life force as per the Ashtaangayoga of Patanjali. 

Darbhasan: This Kusha grass is available in almost all places of the world. This will insulate body to the earth, and will not allow the moisture to make contact with the skin. It gives a cushioning effect. In this present day world cushion pillow can be used.

Deer or Tiger skin:  This will create the heat by which the Kundalini awakening will be quickened. One should not kill the tiger or deer for this. The skins of the dead animals should be utilized.  A woolen rug covered with a silken cloth can be used in the present day world.

Doshas or faults

Maladosha: The glass in a lanthern will be darkened with smoke emitted by the wick in that and will not allow the light rays to come out of it. If it is cleaned with scrubbing powder, then it will burn again with effulgence.  Maladosha is akin to it. God in us is  covered with ignorance.

Aavarana Dosha: It will obscure the reality of SAT and make IT to appear differently. In darkness we mistake the rope as a snake.

Both Mala, and Avarana Doshas  are caused by Tamo Guna.

Vikshepana Dosha: The dualities, attraction and repulsion, misery and happiness, selfishness, Love and hatred, contentment and discontentment, and Arishadvargaas, are called Vikshepana Dosha. They occur due to Rajo Guna influence.

 Karana Sareera is influenced in this way by Mala and Avarana Doshas due to the influence of Tamo Guna, and Vikshepana Dosha due to the influence of Rajo Guna.

Avasthas (States)

They are of three types, Jagrata, Swapna, and Sushupti.

Jagrataavastha (Waking State)

The Cosmic consciousness initially enters into Kaarana (Idea body) sareera, then to sookshma (Subtle body) sareera, and from there it enters into Sthoola (Physical) sareera, by which all the three bodies become active and conscious.

Swapnavastha, Avachetanaavastha or Nidravastha (Sleeping state):

Karana (Idea body) sareera and Sookshma (Subtle body) sareera, and Sthoola (Physical) sareera, both the  bodies become active and conscious. Physical body will be inactive and sleepy.

Sushupti or Adhichetanaavastha (Super conscious level):
In deep sleep and deep meditation both subtle and physical bodies will be inactive. The senseless ignorant form of Karanasareera is merged with Cosmic consciousness and the rest subtle and Physical will be inactive. 

Srividya

Kundalinee saadhana is called Srividya. In this five important things are to be followed scrupulously.  They are:

Aahaaraniyamam (Food conditions): To eat saatwik food.

Aatmaniyamam (Self conditions): To control the senses.

Nivaasa niyamam (Dwelling conditions): Not to stay in unwanted places.

Pravartana niyamam (Character pattern): Not to use undesirable means to earn money.

Samsarga niyamam (friendship conditions): Not to do unwanted friendship.

After following Yama, Niyama, AAsana, and Pratyaahaara, if the sadhak does 12 good Praanaayaamaas, then he will go within. This is called Pratyaahaar or Antarmukhatwam. 

If the he cannot go within with this, then the sadhak should go on adding multiples 12 Pranayaamas till he goes within.

If the sadhak does 144 good Praanaayaamaas, then he will get Dhaarana i.e., concentration of mind.
If the sadhak cannot get Dhaarana with this, then he should go on adding multiples 12 Pranayaamas till he gets concentration of mind.

If the sadhak does good Praanaayaamaas of 1728 or more, then his meditation will be stabilized.

In one sitting, in one posture, if the sadhak does 20736 good Praanaayaamaas, then he will get Samaadhi, the ecstatic union with God, at that time of that day.

This body is Rath, Chariot. 
Soul/self is Rathika, the charioteer.
Intellect is the Driver.
Mind is the reins.
Senses are Horses.


Deluse or Pralaya

Every night these Physical, subtle, and  Idea worlds become inactive and merge into Cosmos. This is called eternal deluse or dissolution, Nitya Pralaya.

Kaliyuga = 4,32,000 years.

Dwaaparayuga =8,64,000 years.

Tretayuga =12,96,000 years.

Krita or Satya yuga =17,28,000 years. 

Kaliyuga+Dwaaparayuga+Tretayuga+Krita or Satya yuga =one Mahayuga.

71x4= 284 yugas = one life time of Manu.

Life time of 14Manus = 14x71=994 yugas =43,20,000 years.

One night of Brahma = 1000yugas
One day of Brahma = 1000yugas.

 This Brahma is called Karya Brahma, Action Brahma.

One day of Karya Brahma = 2000yugas.

The deluse or dissolution between one yuga and another yuga is called Avaantara Pralay.

In any deluse or dissolution, the Idea body remains. but the physical and subtle bodies are destroyed. 

In deluse or dissolution, the physical body/earth dissolves in Physical Water, that into Physical Agni (Fire), Fire into Physical Air, Physical Air into Physical Ether.

This Physical Ether dissolves in subtle Earth (the macro ego), subtle earth into subtle Water (macro feelings), that into subtle Agni (macro intellect), Fire into subtle Air (Macro mind). This macro mind is called MAHAT TATWA.

The present Yuga is ascending Dwapara yuga and it started at  year 1700 as stated by my Parama Guru Gnaanavataar, the incarnation of wisdom, Sri Yukteswar Giri Swamiji. This has been narrated by him in his Great book ‘Kaivalya Darsan’ with illustrations.

Earth has got its own satellite, moon, revolving around it. The other planets like Venus, Mercury, Saturn, Mars etc have got their respective satellites revoving around them in their respective orbits. Every planet has got its own orbit.  They not only revolve around themselves but also revolve around Sun in their own orbits in elliptical order. 

Likewise Sun also revolves around himself and also revolves elliptically around a star as its centre of orbit. This is called Vishnunabhi, the Universal grand centre.

On the Vishnunabhi it is shown in Hindu mythological pictures as Brahma sitting on a lotus.

Brahma is the centre of wisdom. Lotus inspite of being in water will not get rotten. So inspite of being in this water like sansar (mundane world), one will not lose balance and remain anchored to God and should continue his Kriyayoga sadhana without forgetting HIM.  That is real wisdom.


To make one resolution around Vishnunabhi, Sun will make 24000 years. 12000 years is half ripple.  The full circle consists of two half ripples, ascending and descending. 

The Vernal Equinox(Mesha Sankranti) falls on 21March of every year.

The Autumnal Equinox(Tula sankranti) falls on 23 September of every year. On that day,  day and night will be equal.

When Sun enters into Makara Rasi then it called Makara Samkraanti. This is the start of Summer Solstice or Uttaraayanam.  Around 21st June every year, Sun travels away from Equator  23 ½ towards north.  That is why winter starts.

 When Sun enters into Karkataka Rasi then it called Karkataka Samkraanti. This is the start of winter  Solstice or Dakshinaayanam.  Around 21st December every year, Sun travels towards Equator  23 ½ towards South.  That is why Summer starts.
In the 24000 years of travel course of Sun around Vishnunabhi, the first 12000 years ascending ripple contains Kali, Dwaapara, Treta, and Satya Yugas. They are called ascending yugas. The next 12000 years discending ripple contains Satya, Treta, Dwaapara, and Kali Yugas.

Every yuga contains mutation period at the rate of 100 years for every 1000 years in the beginning and in the end. 

This way
Kaliyuga = 100+1000+100=1200 years.
Dwaaparayuga = 200+2000+200=2400 years.
Tretayuga = 300+3000+300=3600 years,
Satyayuga = 400+4000+400=4800 years
Total                         = 12000 years.

1700 A.D. is the start of  Ascending Dwapara yuga. If the initial 200 years mutation is added then then 1900A.D. is the start of real Ascending Dwaapara yuga. 116 years real  Dwapara yuga elapsed till this year i.e., 2016. In the year 4100A.D. the Ascending Treta yuga starts.

Pandavas handed over the kingdom to Raja Parikshit and they went together with learned people to Himalayas for penance. At the time of Raja Parikshit, the discending 2400 years already completed and descending Kali yuga already started. But nobody dared to tell this fact to the King as the start of Kaliyuga is deemed to be bad thing. Due to the dearth of learned people,  the existing timid people told Parikshit that the Dwaparayuga is continuing by erroneously extending it. That way  2401 discending Dwapara yuga existed.

Vernal equinox (Mesha sankraanti) is at a distance of  200 54’  36’’ feom fixed star Revati of Mesha Rasi first Paada(Part).  That has elapsed 1394 years and presently it is 194 years Ascending Dwapara yuga. This is what Swami Sri Yukteswara Giriji said in 1894A.D. Presently it is 114th year of Ascending Dwapara yuga after deducting the initial mutation period of 200 years.

The qualities of yugas:


Kaliyuga:
When Sun is revoving around Vishnu nabhi, the first ascending 1200 years is ascending Kaliyuga in the first half of 12000years ripple. At this time of ascending Kaliyuga, Dharma (righteousness) will be on one paada, 25%.  In ascending order it gradually increases.

Intellect will give preference to the physical things but   moves towards Parabrahman from where it has come.  In descending Kaliyuga man give preference only to physical things only and moves away from Parabrahman. 

Dwaparayuga:
When Sun is revoving around Vishnu nabhi, the first ascending 2400 years is ascending Dwapara yuga in the first half of 12000years ripple. At this time of ascending Dwaparayuga, Dharma (righteousness) will be on two paadas, 50%.  In ascending order it gradually increases.

Intellect will give preference to the mental things but   moves towards Parabrahman from where it has come.  In descending Kaliyuga man give preference only to mental things only and moves away from Parabrahman. 

From the year 1700 A.D. man has made many Scientific inventions and innovations, and it is  due to the ascending mental faculties. 


Tretayuga:
 When Sun is revoving around Vishnu nabhi, the first ascending 3600 years is ascending Treta yuga in the first half of 12000years ripple. At this time of ascending Tretayuga, Dharma (righteousness) will be on three paadas, 75%.  In ascending order it gradually increases.

In ascending Treta yuga Intellect will give preference to the Ideas but   moves towards Parabrahman from where it has come.  In descending Kaliyuga man gives preference only to Ideas only and moves gradually away from Parabrahman.

Satyayuga:
 When Sun is revoving around Vishnu nabhi, the first ascending 4800 years is ascending Satya yuga in the first half of 12000years ripple. At this time of ascending Satyayuga, Dharma(righteousness) will be on Four paadas, 100%.  In ascending order it gradually increases.

In ascending Satya yuga Intellect will give preference to the Ideas but   moves towards Parabrahman from where it has come.  In descending Satya yuga the man moving gradually away from Parabrahman begins.

Covering the mistake:
In descending Dwaparayuga the gradually moves away from Ideas. 

The so called learned in Raja Parikshit’s time, made this 2400years’ descending Dwaparayuga by multiplying it with 360.  This comes to 8,64,000years. By this 2400 years is extended by wrongly calculating it.  They cleverly covered it by saying that our 360 days are equal to one day of Brahma.  1200, 2400, 3600, and 4800 years of original years of yugas are described as Years of Brahma. So see the following calculations of yugas made by these so called learned people of Raja Parikshit.

Kaliyuga= 1200Brahma yearsx360days= 4,32,000years on Earth,
Dwaparayuga= 2400Brahma yearsx360days= 8,64,000years on Earth,
Tretayuga= 3600Brahma yearsx360days= 12,96,000years on Earth,
Satyayuga= 4800Brahma yearsx360days= 17,28,000years on Earth.

Purushah saparah paartha bhaktyaa labhyastwa nanyayaa
Yasyaantah sthaani bhootaani yena sarvamidam tatam     22

He Arjun, in whom all these beings are taking shelter, with Whom the whole Cosmos is reached. That Parabrahman can be attained by incessant dedication only and nothing else.

Mahattatwam:
When the primordial nature, or Ignorance, or Kaaranasareera  remains, it is called dissolution., Pralaya. With the grace of SadGuru, and Kriya yoga sadhana, the sadhak will get pure wisdom. His karanasareera also gets destroyed and then the sadhak will be united with Parabrahman. This is called Janmaraahitya or birthless state.

As long as Karanasareera exists, One has to take rebirth. Matter is indestructible, the particles in the matter takes displacements.  Matter takes metamorphosis and in subtle form merges into Parabrahman between  one Kalpam and another Kalpam and exists in unmanifested form.  Kalpam consists of several yugas. When the Cosmos is manifested again it will appear in different forms which is not different from Parabrahman. But to appear the manifested one is different from Parabrahman is called Creation.

The whole creation is getting filled with Brahman is called Brahma vaivartam, the diversity of Brahman. This Parabrahman only is existing in all movable and immovable things of the Cosmos. IT is called “Self’’ in living beings.

This Physical body, the outer cover, is formed to experience the results of actions (Karma), and physical desires.

The Cosmic consciousness required for physical body provided through subtle body. The Cosmic consciousness enters from Antahkarana of Subtle body into Physical Antahkarana  and then into Physical body.  This is how this inert physical body of flesh and blood functions with the aid of Cosmic consciousness.
The results of actions pertain to several births has to be experienced by the subtle body for which this physical body is the media.

The Cosmic consciousness enters from organ less Karanasareera (Idea body) or Brahmanadi. Into subtle body. From there it enters into Subtle Antahkarana and from there into the subtle body to activate it. Kartritwa(actions) and Bhoktritwa (experiencing) traits are the Dharma of Subtle Antahkarana.  This only experiences happiness or unhappiness.

The inert body is Vyashti Shrishti, micro Creation. The inert Cosmos is Samishti Shrishti, macro Creation. This is called Maaya which is an integral part of Parabrahman. If Paramaatma is having four legs, then one leg is this Maaya. This Maaya is manifested as Creation. The rest of three legs of Parabrahman is beyond this Maaya. The Cosmic conscious of the remaining three legs enters into this micro/macro Creation and activates that inert one.

The micro Creation is called Vyashtaatma or Pratyagaatma, individual Soul. Dream comes in the head of a man. The rest of the three parts of the body are beyond the dream.

It is ignorance to trust dream as real. Ignorance is subjugated to three Gunas. Because of this ignorance the real Brahman appears to be unreal.

The Krishna paksha leads to rebirth.

Agni means Kundalinee life force. Sadhak has to achieve the control of life force. The sadhak who achieved this control of life force, his course of travel will be light or Cosmic consciousness t.e., he will travel towards Sahasrarachakra. This way or path is called Sukla (white) Yaanam (travel).  Here day means the third eye the sadhak beholds in his Kootastha. Six  months Uttaraayan means the six chakras, Moolaadhaara, Swadhistaana, Manipura, Anaahata, Visuddha, and Agna Chakras. North (Uttara) is Sahasraara chakra. In these the sadhak will experience six different types of experiences. 

This way, the life force and consciousness of Sadhak will travel towards North. It will cross three spinal cords, Sushumna, Vajra, and Chitri. Finally it will cross the most subtle spinal cord, Brahmanadi in Karanasareera, gets united with God, the Parabrahman. He will get rid of circuit of mundane existence.

In ordinary people, the life and consciousness will travel downwards i.e., dark path, Krishnaayaana maarg.

Smoke means Ignorance, night means the state of ignorance, six months Dakshinaayanam means the life force and consciousness travels down from Aagnaa, Visuddha, Anaahata, Manipura, Swaadhistaana, and Moolaadhaara chakraas. So travelling the cosmic consciousness degraded into utter human consciousness and entangles in this circuit of mundane existence firmly without any moor.   Moolaadhaara chakra is South.

When jeeva transmigrates from one body into another body, he will carry his subtle body alongwith Ignorant Kaaranasareera (Ideabody), desires, actions (Karma), and pancha mahatatwas (Five electricities). 

The Ideabody will have top secret invisible chip called Chitragupta chittaa. It contains all data about the Jeeva.

 Jeeva means the impure soul containing the above said traits.
Jeeva will travel through ether, Air, smoke, the rainy clouds. Then through grains he becomes food and enters the man who consumes that food. That form is called Annaswaroopa.

From that body of man who has taken the food, he will enter into vagina of lady with whom this man has cohabited as Shukla, sperm.  There he will combine with Sonitam, ovum, of Lady. 

The subtle body, the subtle portions of tainted panchabhootatatwaas, the results of good and bad actions, desires in the form traits, Jeeva with three Gunaas are cotravellers till one gets liberated.

There are eleven outlets in our body.
Brahmarandhra—1, nostril outlets—2, eye outlets/holes—2, ear holes—2, Mouth—one hole, Phallus—one hole, anus—one hole, navel—one hole.


Sanaka = the first and foremost
Sananda = the one with happiness
Sanaatana = eternal
Sanatkumaara = ever youthful.

Manus are fourteen. They are:

Swayambhuva, Swaarochisha, Aouttami, Tamasa, Raivata, Chakshusa, Vaivaswata, Saavarni, Daksha saavarni, Brahma Saavarni, Dharma Saavarni, Rudra Saavarni, Rauchya or Deva saavarni, Bhautya or Indra saavarni.

Presently the Vaivaswanta Manvantaram, the time period of seventh Manu Vaivaswata is running.

Vaivaswata = effulgence, Manu = mind. 

MAHESWARASOOTRAANI:
Ayiun riluk e oy ai och hayavaraat lan nyamannanam jabhagadadas khaphacha tta dav kapay

With these sounds vowels (Achchus) and consonants (Hallus) and compounds of vowels and consonants are formed.

  
Rudras eleven in number. They are:
Hara, Bahuroopa, Trayambaka, Aparaajita, Vrishaakapi, Sambhu, Kaparthi, Raivata, Mrigavyaadha, Soorya, and Kapaali. 
Mind, five sense organs, and five Karmendriyas together are called Ekaadasa Rudras.   Sankara is nothing but mind, the king of senses.

Ashtavasus are eight in number.  They are:
1) Dhara, (2)Dhruva, (3) Soma, (4) Ahu, (5) Anila, (6) Anala, (7) Pratyoosha, and (8) Prabhaasa. 

Kriyayoga:

Physical body will have 24 tatwas
Mano (wavering mind),  Buddhi (determined intellect), Chitta (feelings), and Ahamkaar (ego)—4, 
Five pranas, five sense organs, and pancha karmendriyas, total 19 tatwas, together constitutes subtle body. 

Subtle body, sookshma sareera, consists of 24 tatwas.
Karanasareera , Idea body, consists of 24+19 = 43 Tatwas.

Death will not give salvation to impure soul, Jeevaatma. After death, the jeeva with subtle and idea bodies will travel in astral field. With the practice of Kriya yoga, both subtle and Idea bodies also will be liberated. For this some time is required.

40,000 proteens are required for daily routine work.  Kriya yoga aids in increasing these proteens by which disease, and oldage will be kept at bay. 

The coordination between different organs like lever, lungs,Heart etc and life cells decreases gradually with age. This leads to diseases. Only through Kriyayoga practice this coordination is possible.

Hydrogen Bomb is made on the principle of Fusion(baahya kumbhak).  The diseased cells can be made healthy through fusion.  In fusion the life cells can be left without and energy is  created.   

Atom Bomb is made on the principle of Fission (Antah kumbhak).  The diseased cells can be made healthy through Fission.  In Fission the life cells can be concentrated within in Kootastha (Aagnachakra) and energy is  created.
 
Ida subtle nadi is Ganga, Pingala subtle nadi is Zamuna, and Sushumna subtle nadi is Saraswati. The confluence pf these three subtle nadis in Kootastha is Triveni sangamam.

The awakened is made to reach Sahasraara through Sushumna is called Samadhi.

Kriyayoga is a physical and mental process. 

In this yoga the carbon in the blood is removed. It will invigorate with oxygen. 
The life cells in the cerebrum will become positive North pole, and the cells in the rest of the body will become negative South pole.

Sadhak will inhale life force fully upto Aagna Positive Chakra in Kootastha, then exhale it fully upto Moolaadhaara and by this he produces Electro magnetic force. This decreases the decay of life cells. Heart and cranial nerves will get rest and energy.

There are six chakras in the spinal cord.  They are: Moolaadhaara, Swadhishtaana, Manipura, Anaahata, Visuddha, and Agna in Kootastha. The 12 Rashis exist at the rate of 2 rashis per chakra.  The Rashis exist on either side of each chakra. Kriyayogi will pull his life force from Moolaadhaara up upto Kootastha (Aagna positive) and from Kootastha down upto Moolaadhaara chakra. One kriya burns one year of Karma.  This way he does one Kriya. Doing Kriyas this way, the Kriyayogi beholds the Aatma Surya (Soul sun) rotating the life force in these 12 Rashis.

Sun travels at the rate of one month per one Rashi. Sun takes one year to make one rotation around 12 Rashis.  Elapsing of one year is equal to experiencing one year of Prarabdha Karma. 

To burn our Sanchita Karma, past karma, 10lakhs years’ of healthy life is required.  The kriyayogi can burn this Karma by doing 1000kriyas per day for three years.  this way he can get the development of 10lakhs years in one life span itself.

 In a systematic way of doing Kriyas regularly, one can burn the Karma of 10lakhs’ years and gets development in  6, 12, 18, 24, 30, 36, 42,and 48 years. In case of not getting consummate development in one birth, the Kriyayogi will carry the results of his Kriyayoga alongwith him to the next birth.
The life of a Kriyayogi is not influenced by his past karmas. He will be guided by his soul intuition. 

Kriyayoga is to be done in complete solitude and with limited food.

Kriyayoga consists of Hathayoga, energisation exercises, layayoga, SoHam and OM techniques, Karmayoga (service), Mantrayoga including chanting Beejakshar (Root word) chanting in Chakras, Raajayoga consisting of techniques of Praanaayaama.

The kootastha (Aagna +) is North pole. Moolaadhaarachakra is South Pole. The kriyayogi makes the spinal cord into a electro magnet by rotating the life force from South pole to North pole,  and from North pole to South pole.  By doing so, the currents from Moolaadhaara to Visuddha chakra are brought to Sahasrara underneath the Brahmarandhra through the Sushumna of Spinal Cord.  This gives the Kriyayogi immeasurable pleasure.  If the Kriyayoga is done with some appropriate Hand Mudras, then the Merudanda, spinal cord, will be further energized. 

Life force is having both intelligence and energy. Oxygen is having energy only.

The Sareera (body) can become ossified,  the Deham (Body) can be subjected to burning, and the Kalebaram (Body) can become rotten. The Kriyayogi will overcome all these predicaments of the body. 

Food and Mind

Annam pumsaasitam trethaha jaayate
jatharaagninaa malamstavishthobhaagasyaat
madhyamo maamsataam vrajet mano
kanishtobhaagasyaat tasmaat annamayam manaha.

The food we take is converted into three forms by the energy fire in the stomach.
(1) the solid part into excretions and urine,
(2) the semi solid portions into blood, bones, marrow and nerves etc of seven elements and
(3) the subtle portion becomes mind.

Even if it is seen according to Pancheekarana also
Aakasa: Parabrahman;  
Vaayu or Air: Mind; 
Agni: Buddhi or intellect;
Jalam or water: Chittam or feelings;
Prithvee or Earth: Ahamkaar or ego.

So mind is the culmination of food.

Anumantaa visasitaa nihamtaa kraya vikrayaa
Sanskartaacha upahartaacha khaadakascha iti ghaatakaaha.

The eater of the fish, frogs birds and animals etc, their young ones, their eggs, butcher, the one who supports the butcher for killing those dumb living beings, buyer, seller, the cook and carrier are all sinners. If a tree is cut then the new branches and leaves that come out will be of that tree only. God is described as Paramadayalu meaning magnanimity personified. He even protects his children by killing the demonic people like Hiranyakasipa, Hiranyaaksha, Ravana and Kumbhakarna etc. Such a kind God shall encourage meat eating. It is not the animals that are to be given for oblation but our internal and external enemies like Kama (desire), Krodha (anger), lobha (greed), moha (delusion), mada (pride), matsarya (envy, material attachment). These are the animals one has to sacrifice.

1) the one who encourages violence of killing animals, eggs, and lambs etc., which are having shukla (sperm) and Sonita (ovum) for food, (2) the one who preaches meat eating is superior, (3) the butcher, (4) seller, (5) the buyer of meat, (6) cook, (7) supplier, and (8) eater, are all called Ghaatukaas.

Man is having 33 vertebre in his spinal cord. He possesses 32feet of intestines, and 32 teeth in his mouth.

It will take 24 hours for the man to digest his vegetarian food. At least he must grind the food 8 times with his teeth before swallowing his food.

Animal possesses 11 vertebre, 10 feet of intestines, and 10 teeth.  That means the animal contains everything 1/3 rd of what man contains. That is why it musticates the food through out the day for digestion.

If man takes this animal meat, it will take 72 hours to digest it. While butchering the animal, it will have fear, leaves dung with fear and anger. It feels that the butcher also should have same fate. Even the teeth of man are also not suitable to eat meat. So one should give up meat eating immediately.

If the branches of a tree is cut then again the same types of leaves and fruits will come, the leaves and fruits of other tree will not come. 

In Vedas the Parabrahman is spoken of as very very kindhearted. Ahimsa paramo dharmah i.e., Non violence is the greatest Dharma is the essence of scriptures. Parabrahman has taken different incarnations to protect the people of virtue from the demons.  How such Paramaatmaa can encourage meat eating.  It is not the dumb driven animals that are  to be butchered in Yagnas, but the Arishadvargaas viz., Kaama (desires), krodha (anger),  lobha (greediness), moha (delusion), mada (pride), and maatsarya (jealousy). 

Praanaayama dwishatkena pratyaahaarascha prakeertitaha
pratyaahaara dwishatkena jayate dhaaranaa subhaa
dhaaranaa dwaadasa proktaa dhyaanam dhyaanavisaaradaha
dhyaana dwaadasakenaiva samaadhim abhideeyate.

12 good praanayamas shall provide Pratyaaharam or make us unattached to senses. 144 good praanayamas shall provide Dharana or concentration. 20,736 good praanayamas shall provide Samadhi or trance.

So for ecstatic union with God, it is highly deplorable to butcher dumb animals.

Saktipaatam:

To bestow ecstatic union with God is called Saktipaatam.

This is possible to Great Masters like Baabaaji, Laahiree Mahaasaya, Sri Yukteswar Swaami, and Sri Sri Paramahamsa Yoganada samiji etc.

Sat is God beyond Creation. Its location is Sahasraarachakra.

Tat is the vibrationless God in Creation. Its location is Kootastha.  It is called Paraasakti.

Om is vibrational God in creation. It is called Adisakti.  He is direct cause of Creation.

Idea, Subtle, and Physical micro and Macro creations of this body and Cosmos have been manifested because of OM vibrations.
Om is the Sound and Name of Parabrahman. This Pranava Sound will remove all faults/sins of the sadhak.  The real achievement of sadhak is to hear the OM sound within during sadhana. Om cannot be heard by the sadhak till the body attachment exists.   

Chakradhyaana:

Sit erect in Vajrasana, Padmasana or Sukhaasana with Gnaana Mudra. Face East or North. Get relaxed. Keep the neck and spinal cord straight. Fix the gaze in Kootastha.  Sit in a chair. The feet should be kept such as to touch the ground. There should be insulation between the ground and the feet. It is advisable to sit with socks.

Sit in superconscious level bending the neck back. Now do kriyayoga from Mooladhaarachakra to Sahasrarachakra, and from Sahasrara to Moolaadhaara, learnt from a sadguru or from a Sadhak well proficient in Kriyayoga.

One breath in + one breath out = one Hamsa.
Ordinarily normal healthy man does 21,600 Hamsas per day. This amounts to 15 Hamsas per minute.
If a person does 15 Hamsas per minute, then he is said to be Bhogi.
If a person does less than 15 Hamsas per minute, then he is said to be Yogi.
If a person does more than 15 Hamsas per minute, then he is said to be Rogi, patient.
Tortoise does very few Hamsas per day and hence it lives more than 1000 years if it is not killed by somebody.

Sadhak also will increase his healthy life span by doing Pranayama with control of life force.  He will gradually get united withBrahman.

The chakras in the spinal cord are like Junction boxes. The Cosmic consciousness enters Sahasrachakra through Medulla. From there it enters Aagna, Visuddha, Anaahata, Manipura, Swadhistaana, and Moolaadhaara chakra.  From these Junction boxes, the cosmic consciousness enters into nerve centres, nerves, and organs, in required magnitude.

The sleeping Kundalinee power will have its hood nearer to Moolaadhaarachakra and its tail up in the higher chakras.  The sadhak will awaken the sleeping Kundalinee power underneath the Moolaadhaarachakra. His advancement in sadhana is proportional to the kundalinee touching the chakras.

This Kundalinee force is called Draupadi in Mahabhaarata, Sita in Ramayana, and Padmavati in Sri Balaji Venkateswara Swami charitra. 
This awakened kundalinee power crossing Moolaadhara, Swaadhishtaana, Manipura, Anaahata, and Visuddha, is what is called Draupadi marrying Five persons. 

Aasanas (Postures)

These will remove the contamitants from the nerve centre filled with toxins and purify them.  Scavenging the nerve centres, the life force will not get blocked and hence flow freely. This will invigorates the body and hence the sadhak will become active.  This body is useful to the Sadhana.
In sadhana two things are to be remembered:
1)To do meditation at least at the rate of one minute per one year. If the sadhak is 62 years old, he must do at least 62 minutes meditation.


Mudraas will enable the life force that is flowing in our chakras to flow into Physical nerves and make the body healthy. They will keep the balance of body, mind & Soul. One ounce of practice is better than one tonne of theory. So every human being must make use of human life by practicing yoga meditation.

KHECHARI: Fixing the gaze on the Kootastha, by closing or opening the eyes, putting the tongue in the gullet & then doing pranayama taught by Satguru.

BHOOCHARI: With half closed eyes fixing the gaze on the nose.

MADHYAMA: Fixing the gaze on Kootastha and then seeing the horizon while doing pranayama.

SHANMUKHI: Nostrils, both eyes, ears & mouth are to be closed. Then to retain life force in Kootastha and do internal retention.

SAAMBHAVI: Doing meditation with spine erect, looking straight, and while retaining the life force in Padma or Sukha Aasana.
Face East or Noth. Spinal cord should be erect. Keep the Neck straight. Sit in Vajrasan, Padmasan, Sukhaasan, or Armless chair. Sit in Gnaanamudra or Lingamudra. Sit a bit relaxed. Fix the gaze in Kootastha, the place between eye brows. Apply Khecharee Mudra. 
 

Praanamudra
Press tops of little and ring fingers with top of thumb. Do it daily 25 minutes both morning and evening.
Removes nervous weakness, vitamin deficiency, tiredness and body odour. Has disease-removing power. Improves peace of mind, disease immunization power, blood circulation and life force. Makes body and eyes shine.       
Apaanamudra
Press top of index finger with the root of the thumb and press tops of ring and middle fingers with top of thumb. The remaining little finger should be kept straight.
Very good for people with weak hearts. Removes gas in the stomach. Good for Asthma and high blood pressure.  

Lingamudra
                                                                                                                      Join the fingers of both the hands clasping together. Keep the left hand thumb erect.
Ameliorates heat in the body, cough cold and catarrh, coryza and sinus, low blood pressure and Asthma.

Gnaanamudra 
Press top of the Index finger and Top of the Thumb. Keep rest of the fingers straight.
Ameliorates heat in the body, cough cold and catarrh, coryza and sinus, low blood pressure and Asthma.

Soonyamudra
Press top of the Index finger with the root of the Thumb. Keep rest of the fingers straight.
Ameliorates all types of ENT problems and  thyroid related problems. Strengthens weak Gums.
   

Vaayumudra
Press top of the Index finger with the root of the Thumb. Keep rest of the fingers straight.
Ameliorates Gastric problems, Paralysis, Sciatica, Joint pains, Arthritis, Rheumatism, Neck pains, Back pains and Parkinson's disease.
   

    Agnimudra
Press top of the Ring finger with the root of the Thumb. Keep rest of the fingers straight.
Removes obesity problem, Body tension, Cholesterol, Diabetes, Liver related problems, improves heat in the body.   

Prithveemudra
Press top of the ring finger and Top of the Thumb. Keep rest of the fingers straight.  
Removes weakness, improves weight, life force, digestion, improves positive and constructive qualities, health, piece of mind, and yoga sadhana.


 Varunamudra   
Press top of the little finger and Top of the Thumb. Keep rest of the fingers straight.
Removes dry skin, skin becomes soft and shiny. Removes skin diseases, purifies blood removes Acne, pimples etc., removes Anaemia and frequent urination problems.



Ramayanam in brief

Dasarath is the king of Ayodhya!He had three wives—Kausalya, Sumitra, and Kaikeyi. He with his three wives performed Putrakameshti Yagna(sacrifice). Due to this fire ceremony First wife is blessed with Sree Rama(1), second wife Sumitra is blessed with Lakshmana(3) & Shatrughna(4), and third wife Kaikeyi is blessed with Bharata(2).
Advised by his Guru, Dasarath sends Shree Ram and Lakshman for the protection of Yagna that is being performed by sage Viswamitra. ShreeRam kills the demon Tataki on the way. The sage was very happy with this. He gifts Astras & Sastras to Shree Ram & Lakshman. Shree Ram kills the demons Subahu& Maareecha who came to destroy the Yagna of sage. The sage Viswamitra takes ShreeRam & Lakshman alongwith him to Mithilanagar for Sita swayamvaram after the completion of Yagna. Swayamvaram means choosing one’s own husband amongst so many suitors. On the way Shree Ram touches a stone with his feet by which it becomes a woman viz., Ahalya. This way he rescues her from the curse given by her husband Sage Gautama.  In Sita swayamvar  Ravana, the king of Sri Lanka, could not fulfil the pre condition of breaking the Siva Dhanush, the bow of Lord Siva. He gets insulted and goes back to his Kingdom SriLanka. Shree Ram fulfils the pre condition of breaking the bow. Consequent to this Shree Ram marries Sita, Bharata marries Maandavi, Lakshmana marries Urmila, and Satrughna marries Shrutakeerti.  He breaks the Vishnu Dhanush as desired by Parasuramji. Shree Ramji reaches Ayodhya along with His Father Dasarath, mothers & Brothers along with their respective wives.
Dasarath wanted to hand over the kingdom to his son ShreeRam. He will fix the time & date in consultation with his Guru Sri Vashist Maharshi. Dasarath has promised two boons to his third wife Kaikeyi  in the long past. His wife Kaikeyi instigated by his servant maid Manthara demands to fulfil the two boons right now. Dasaratha fulfils his two vows viz., 1) Sending Ram to Aranyavas(Jungle) for 14 Years and 2) To hand over the reins of Kingdom to Bharata.
Sri Ram sets out for Aranyavas(Jungle). Sita also follows SriRam saying that wherever her husband stays that is her Ayodhya. Lakshmana also follows Sri Ram saying that I will do servitude to my elder brother. Lakshmana leaves behind his Urmila for the service of His Father and mothers. At the time of leaving for jungles Bharata and Satrughna were not present in Ayodhya. Unable to tolerate the separation from Sri Ram Dasaratha leaves the physical body.
Guha the boatman will help Sri Ram Lakshman and Sita to cross the Sarayoo river in his boat saying that that is his great fortune to help them. They reach the hermitage/Asramam of Sri Bharadwaaj Maharshi/hermit.  From there they go to Chitrakoota area to visit the great Valmiki Maharshi/hermit. They make a small Parnasala/hermitage in Chitrakoot and start living there with peace & tranquility.
Bharat will come to know about these affairs after returning from the house of his uncle. He gets perturbed and  admonishes his mother Kaikeyi. He sets out to bring Sri Ram back to Ayodhya. He requests him to take over the reins of kingdom of Ayodhya pardoning the fault of his mother. Sri Ram will not agree saying that it is the bounden duty of the off springs to fulfill the vows of their parents. Sri Ram will give his Paadukas/wooden shoes on persistent requests of Bharat. Bharat views them as a representative of Sri Ram. He tells Sri Ram to come and take over the Ayodhya Kingdom after the completion of 14 years. Even a minute delay in His return will cost his(Bharat’s) life. Making this vow Bharata establishes these Paadukas/wooden shoes in Nandigram and start ruling Ayodhya treating them as the representative Of Sri Ram.
After some time Sri Ram Lakshman and Sita set out from Chitrakoot. They visit the hermitage of Sri Atri Maharshi. From there they visit the hermitage of Sri Suteekshna Maharshi. From there they start for the hermitage of Sri Agastya Maharshi. On the way  they kill demon Viradha. Sage Agastya bestows them with Bow Arrows and Sword.  From they reach Panchavati. There they will construct a hermitage Parnasala and start living peacefully there. They befriend with the bird Jatayu. That bird will be helping them as per their requirements.
After some time Soorpanakha  the demon comes to  Panchavati area. She becomes attracted to Sri Ram. She wanted to cohabit with Sri Ram due to lust. Refused by Sri Ram she begs Lakshman to fulfil her lustful desire. Annoyed by this Lakshman cuts the nose and ears of Soorpanakha.  Enraged with insult  she narrates this  to her brothers Khara and Dooshana. They along with 1400 other demons try to kill Sri Ram and Lakshman.  In turn they themselves get killed by Sri Ram and Lakshman. Hearing the demise of Khara and Dooshana and insult meted out to Soorpanakha, enraged Ravan sends the demon Maareeecha to deceive Sri Ram to take him away from his hermit. The demon Maareeecha takes the form of Golden deer to attract the attention of Sita. Seeing the Golden deer Sita requests Sr Ram to fetch that somehow or other. Keeping Lakshman to protect Sita from evil forces, Sri Ram goes in in search of that deer.  Maareecha takes Sri Ram away from the hermitage distracting his attention. Sri Ram kills the demon with his arrow.  Maareecha dies moaning ‘Oh Sita Oh Sita’.  Lakshman tells Sita that it was some demon imitating the voice of Sr Ram. It was the plan of that demon. In spite of that  Sita compels Lakshman to search and help Sri Ram thinking that it was the distress call of Sri Ram.  Lakshman draws a circle ‘LAKSHMANA REKHA’ around that hut and goes in search of Sri Ram. Meanwhile Ravan comes in the guise of a Sadhu(Hermit) and asks for alms. He compels Sita to cross  that ‘LAKSHMANA REKHA’ to give alms. Then he carries away Sita  in a Jumbo Jet(Pushpaka Viman) to his Lanka kingdom. Jatayu the  friend bird  tries to save  Sita. Ravan cuts the wings of that bird and flies her away to Sri Lanka. Sita throws down a bundle of jewels near Kishkinda on the way. Sri Ram returns to his hermitage. Lakshman narrates the things to him. Both will start searching  for Sita. On the way they find crestfallen Jatayu. From him they understand that Ravan has flown her to Sri Lanka. On the way Sr Ram kills the demon Kabandha.  He was a cursed Angel covered  in the body of the demon. His curse is removed now. He tells Sri Ram to take the help of Sugreeva, king of monkeys, to search Sita. On the way they meet  Sabari, the great devotee of Sri Ram. After spending some tine with her they reach Rishyamooka Parvat(mountain). There they will befriend with Hanumanji and Sugreev. Hanumanji shows the jewels thrown by Sita to Sri Ram. He recognizes them.
Tara, the wife of Sugreev was kept by his brother Vali  by force. Vali was tormenting Sugreeva. Sri Ram kills Vali. As a gratitude to this Sugreev keeps all his force at  the command of Sri Ram to search Sita.  Ordered by Sugreeva monkeys go in all directions to search Sita. Sugreev sends Hanumanji and his son Angad in the direction of South. They reach the bank of Ocean. There they meet Sampaati, the brother of Jataayu. From him they come to know the whereabouts of Sita on the other side of that ocean. Jambavanta start praising the courage of  Hanumanji. He crosses that ocean very easily. He was confronted by  the she demon Lankini, the protectress of Sri Lanka.   He goes ahead by killing her. He finds Sita in the Asoka garden wailing underneath a Asoka tree.  Hanumanji gives her the Golden ring brought from Sri Ram so as to make her believe that he was sent by Him. He tells her to be courageous as Sri Ram will come soon and saves her. She takes a choodaamani, a jewel, for Sri Ram as a testimony. 
Hanumanji kills all the demons who come in front of him and destroys that Asoka garden.  Indrajit binds him with Brahmaastra and takes him to Ravana. Vibheeshan, the younger brother of Ravan, dissuades him from killing Hanumanjee saying that one should not kill the representative of the opponent.  The demons will put fire to the tail of Hanumanji. Hanumanji in turn burns the Lanka and then put off the fire by drenching it into the ocean. Then he will reach Sri Ram and narrates the welfare of Sita and presents the Choodaamani given by Sita. 
Vibheeshan counsels Ravan to return Sita to Sri Ram. Enraged by this Ravan excommunicates him.  Sri Ram agrees to take Vibheeshan in his side. In the supervision of Nala, monkey Engineer, the monkeys construct a bridge on the ocean. Sri Ram sends Angad, son of Sugreeva, as an ambassador to negotiate with Ravan for the release of Sita. Ravan will not agree. Then the war breaks out. So many monkey leaders and demon leaders lose their lives. Lakshmana kills Viroopaaksha. Sri Rama kills Agniketu, Rasmiketu, Suptaghna, yagnakopa, Dhoomraaksha, Vajradanshtra, Akampana, Prahasta, Kumbhakarna, Devaantaka, Naraantaka, Atikaaya, Mahodara, Trisira, Mahaapaarsa.
Enraged with this Indrajit, son of Ravan, makes Laksman unconscious with his arrows. With the advice of Jaambavanta Hanumanji brings Sanjeevani parvat from the range of Himalayas. Smelling the divine herbs in Sanjeevani Parvat Lakshman becomes conscious. Hanumanji keeps the Sanjeevani Parvat back in the range of Himalayas.  After that Kumbha and Nikumbha yoopaaksha sonitaaksha Prajangha Kampana Makaraaksha sons of Kumbhakarna lose their lives. Then Indrajit also gets killed by Lakshmana. Angada kills Mahaapaarsa. Sugreeva kills Viroopaaksha Mahodara and Ubhaayu.  In the end Sri Ram puts his arrow into the abdomen of Ravana and kills him. Sri Ram makes Vibheeshana as the king Sri Lanka. Sita enters into pit of fire and comes out unscathed proving her chastity. Sri Ramji returns to Ayodhya. Seing Sri Ram Bharata gets unlimited happiness. He hands over Ayodhya to Sri Ram and retires to serve Sri Ram.

  Adhyaatmika Ramayanam in brief:
Mala vikshepana Avarana Doshas:

Mala, Vikshepana
       
Due to tamoguna (negative) quality, Causal body will have mala  and Vikshepana Doshas

Due to rajoguna (neutral) quality, causal body will have avarana dosha.

Dosha means faux pas or fault.

Tamoguna Doshaas

Mala means soiled.  This fault comes due to ego.  This can be removed by practicing Nishkama karma yoga.  That is doing our duties without expecting the result.
   
Avarana dosha means the true configuration is camouflaged and shown as a different configuration.  Here the soul is made to appear as a limited one due to the effect of tamoguna.

Rajoguna Doshas:

Due to vikshepana dosha of rajoguna in Maya the whole Creation is subjected to

1)  Arishadvargaas –kama (desire), krodha (anger), lobha (Greediness), moha (delusion), mada (Pride) and maatsarya (envy).

2)  Attachment (raga), Repulsion (dwesha), happiness (sukh) and misery (dukh).

3)  Selfishness, love affection, kindness, pleasure, Satisfaction, dissatisfaction etc.

Due to these mala, vikshepana, and avarana  doshaas,  the  Causal  body  will have:

1)   Attachment to body (dehavasana), kartritvam (I am
doing),Bhoktritvam (I am to enjoy), eeshana trayam i.e.,
dhaneshana (attachment to material pleasure like owning land, money and vehicles etc;
daareshana (this is my wife, I should Satisfy her at the cost of others),
and putreshana (attachment to his progeny or offspring) and interest in fame,

2)   Attachment to reading of books and writing of books   
(shastra vaasana),

    3)  Attachment to his environmental living (loka vaasana).

Due to the above, one will have

Ignorance (avidya), Asmita (fear or ego), Attachment (raga), repulsion (dwesha), and abhinivesa.  Body bound inclination, and fear of death, both are called abhinivesa.  These five things are called five miseries or pancha kleshaas.

Avarana means hiding power, vikshepana means expanding power.  Baalyam (Infancy) means undeveloped sudra state. Yavvanam (Youth) means developing  Vaisyaa state.  Kaumaram (middle age) means capable of ruling kshatriya state. Vaardhakyam (Old age) means  wisdom experienced of  Brahman  state.  With the gained wisdom one understands the emptiness of this physical world and hence tries for reunion of Atman with Brahman. 

Due to the influence of Tamoguna Karanashareera (Causal body) will have Mala and Avarana Doshas. Because of Rajoguna Karanashareera (Causal body) will have vikshepana Dosha.

When a Lantern chimney is painted by Black smoke then the burning wick cannot be visible. Likewise due to Maladosha the Paramatma within us becomes invisible.

We will mistake the rope as Snake due to superimposition of  darkness.  So Avarana dosha or fault occurs due to Tamoguna ignorance of unsteady mind. 

Love and hatred, selfishness, love, affection, kindness, Happiness, Contentment, dissatisfaction, Kama, krodha, Lobha, Moha, Mada and Matsarya etc are the vikshepana doshas. This is due to ego.

Due to Mala, Avarana and Vikshepana doshas the Karana shareera will have 1) body attachment i.e., kartritwa doshas, 2) attachment towards Finance, Offspring, and spouse, fame mongerism, 3) interest in Sastras, and 4) worldly attachment.  Because of this man will have Asmita, Ragadwesha and Abhinivesa.

Asmita means Ego, Ragadwesaha means attraction and repulsion, Abhinivesha means attachment to his body. 

Sadhak, the Meditator confronts three steps during his Sadhana. They are 1)Adibhautika, Physical, 2) Adidaivika, Subtle, and 3) Adhyatmika, Spiritual.

1)Adibhautika, Physical: —Bodily pains etc.,

2)Adidaivika, Subtle: — Mind related problems like thoughts, sub thoughts etc.,

3) Adhyatmika, Spiritual: — Sadhana related problems like Sleep, lazyness etc.

These are called Mala, Aavarana and Vikshepana Doshas, faults. 

Sadhak, Kriyayogi, seeing unity with Parabrahman, shall be cautious about these things. To make mind steady one has to annihilate these three faulty steps.

Mooladhara, Swadhistaana and Manipura Chakras are called Mundane Chakras. This field is called Kurukshetra. Man/Sadhak confined to this field does not do any good, spitual Sadhana and always self centered. This field is also called Brahma Granthi, a knot.
Manipura, Anahata, and Visuddha Chakras are called admixture of Mundane and Spiritual Chakras. This field is called Kurukshetra—Dharmakshetra. Sadhak confined to this field does have mixed mundane and  spiritual feelings. Even though  self centred he does think about spiritual Sadhana.  This field is also called Rudra Granthi, a second  knot.
Visuddha, Agna negative & Positive  and  Sahasrara Chakras are called Spiritual or Divine Chakras. This field is called Dharmakshetra. Sadhak confined to this field does only good, Spiritual Sadhana and always God centered. This field is also called Vishnu Granthi, a third and last  knot.


Gautama--Ahalya:
Ahalya was the wife of the Great sage (Rishi) Gautama, who is one amongst the Saptarishis. He is the author of Nyaya sastra, one of the six upangaas of Vedas. Gautama was preaching pure Gnaana/Spiritual knowledge to Ahalya. At the time of preaching the mind of  Ahalya was not steady. Her mind was turned towards worldly affairs. The reason for this disturbed mind was Indriyas/senses. The king of senses was Indra the mind. Finding her unsteady/not attentive  she has been warned by Gautama ‘na’ ‘halya’ i.e., not to move, be steady like a stone. That is the story of Gautama cursing Ahalya.  He also told his wife Ahalya to be in this state for a long time and do intensive KRIYAYOGA DHYANA. Spiritual knowledge can be gained only through intensive and long  Kriyayoga dhyana with a one pointed steady mind. Unsteady mind can not grasp pure knowledge. Steadying the mind is Dhyana. In that state Ram i.e., the Cosmic energy will reach Mooladhara chakra and awaken the Kundalinee which was in sleeping state till that time. That is the psalm of life. The one who does not do meditation at all is equal to the animal with animal tendencies. Do the normal daily work. Then do sadhana also along with it. Enter the kingdom of God. Then continue the sadhana with intensity for a long time with steady and one pointed mind without neglecting your day to day Karma. Be one with God the almighty.
KUNDALINI: This kundalini is nothing but 3 ½ turns coiled serpent like sleeping outgoing life force in the anus with its hood or head beneath the  Mooladhara chakra or Coccy geal plexus and tail will be    in the higher chakras.


Adhyaatma Ramayanam

Remember that Bharat is the sadhak. All other characters are in him only. All other characters are traits in the sadhak.

Ayodhya means salvation. Dasarath is its king Parabrahma.   He had three wives. Kausalya—Wisdom power (Gnaanashakti), Sumitra—Action power (Kriyashakti), and Kaikeyi—will power (Ichchaashakti). Positive wisdom or pure intellect (Satwika buddhi)—Sri Ram, is the son of Kausalya—Wisdom power (Gnaanashakti). I trait (Ahamtatwa)— Lakshman, Detatchment (Vairagya tatwa)—Satrughna, are the sons of Sumitra—Action power (Kriyashakti). Salvation inclined Sadhak (Mokshechcha)— Bharat, is the son of Kaikeyi—will power (Ichchaashakti).

Bharat, the son of Kaikeyi—will power (Ichchaashakti), is the Sadhak.

Hence forth Bharat will be referred as Kriyayoga Sadhak. Sage Vassisht is the first Kriyayoga Guru. So the Positive wisdom (Satwika buddhi) i.e., Sri Ram and Ahamtatwa Lakshman are required to be handed over to another Kriya yoga Guru Sage/hermit Viswamitra Maharshi for further training. That is the inherent meaning of sending Positive wisdom (Satwika buddhi) i.e., Sri Ram along with Sri Viswamitra to protect his Yagna. Yagna means by knowing which one gets liberated.
Here sadhak starts removing negative forces by killing Demon Taatak  in him. The Positive wisdom (Satwika buddhi) is being trained to become absolutely pure. So Avarana dosha surrounding the mind is being removed. Moolaadhara chakra is awakened. Mala vikshepana and Avarana doshas (faults) are required to be removed for merging with God the father. In this process Demon Maareecha (Vikshepana dosha) and Demon subaahu (Mala dosha) are to be removed with Suddhabuddhi. Moolaadhar represents will power (Ichchaashakti), Swaadhistaana represents action power (kriyaashakti) and Manipura represents wisdom power (Gnaanashakti).

Now  Guru Vishwamitra takes Positive wisdom (Satwika buddhi) to Mithila i.e., solitude as Positive wisdom (Satwika buddhi) requires some more training of further awakening Kundalinee power i.e., Sita.   On the way he bestows to Ahalya from the  deliverance of a curse. Ravan, the king of desires, also comes for the kundalinee awakening but abruptly discontinues and returns to Sri Lanka, the circuit of mundane existence (Samsaar), due to impatience. Desires always dissuades the Kriyayoga sadhak from meditation and makes him to go back to Samsaar.

The Positive wisdom (Satwika buddhi) of Saadhak  wanted to become absolutely pure. It will try to tame the Kundalini, the daughter of Janaka. Janaka represents peace & tranquillity. Tamed kundalini will present peace & tranquillity.

The breaking of Sivadhanush(the bow of Lord Siva) represents the firm determination of the Positive wisdom (Satwika buddhi) of Sadhak to awaken Kundalini further. So  Positive wisdom (Satwika buddhi) marries Sita, the Kundalini power. Kundalini power is individualized MAYA (Micro cosm). Vivaha means Marriage in Sanskrit. Vi=Vishista Vaaha= vehicle. In nutshell Vivaha means the great vehicle i.e., KRIYAYOGA SADHANA. So through intensified Kriyayoga Sadhana the sadhak wanted to tame Kundalini.  Lakshman marries Urmila (sleep), Bharat marries Maandavi (Kriyayoga Sadhana), Satrughna marries Shritakeerti (fame). Naturally the sadhak adopts Kriya yogasadhana so as to make his Positive wisdom (Satwika buddhi) to tame Kundalini, the individualized Maya. For this his Lakshman(Aham tatwa) i.e., I ness should adopt sleep. IF AHAM TATWA IN THE SADHAKA BECOMES PREDOMINANT THEN IT BECOMES AHAMKARA (EGO). Breaking of bow of Lord Vishnu taken from PARSURAMJI represents intense Kriya yoga sadhana.  Encouraged by intense Kriya yoga sadhana the Positive wisdom (Satwika buddhi) of saddhak becomes more purified. Here the sadhak crosses Rudragandhi  or in yoga parlance it is called Rudragandhi vichchedana.

RAMAKRISHNA PARAMA HAMSA used to say Suddha buddhi, Suddha manas (Pure mind), and Suddha Atma (pure soul) are all one and the same.
Crossing of all three Grandhis (read above note) i.e., Brahma grandhi, Rudra grandhi and Vishnu Grandhi are quintessential for abtaining Moksha. 
With his advise Paramatma wanted to give salvation/Moksha  to the Kriya yoga Sadhak. However he is not fully ripened to get salvation/Moksha. The sadhak is required to do Kriya yoga sadhana for 14 years with intensity and longer time.  In Tretayuga prevailing at that time, 14 years of intense sadhana is required. Now in this ascending Dwapara yuga 12 years of intense Kriyayoga sadhana and one year of intense sadhana in solitude is required to merge with the spirit. Provoked by Manthara (the one who bears the mind) pesters Paramaatma to bestow the two vows promised by him to Positive wisdom (Satwika buddhi) and Ahamtatwa. They are: 1) 14 years of  intense sadhana in solitude (Aranyavas) and followed by  2) Salvation or Pattaabhishekam or entering into the kingdom of  God to the Mumukshu/Sadhak   The role of Paramaatma is over. So he  retires.  Bharat means Sadhak wanted to do 14 years intense sadhana for the  absolute purification of intellect which will lead to Moksha.

Guh (Chitta—the sphere of thinking) the boatman helps Positive wisdom (Satwika buddhi), Ahamtatwa and Kundalinee  to cross river  Sarayu (the circuit of mundane existence—samsaar).  Until and unless the pure intellect becomes absolutely pure, the sadhak cannot attain Moksha. In this process getting absolute purification the Positive wisdom (Satwika buddhi) is helped by the positive forces in him namely Sages Atri, Sarabhanga, Suteekshana and Agastya and the negative forces like demon Viraadh are also destroyed. Positive wisdom (Satwika buddhi) intensifies Sadhana by constructing a Parnasala (by sitting in proper posture) in Panchavati. This body is made of five Panchabhootas (ether, air, fire, water and earth). So it is called Panchavati.
In spite of doing sadhana the Maya induces the pure intellect to get seduced. So kaamavaasana i.e., lustful desires in the form of she demon Surpanakha takes birth. Because of contemplated intense sadhana the pure intellect as well as I-ness both will be dissuaded from the lustful desires. Not accepting the defeat easily the negative forces i.e., lustful desires will try to confront the pure intellect with a bang. So the two demon brothers viz.,Khara and Dooshana along with 14000 other negative forces will try to spoil the Positive wisdom (Satwika buddhi). All are negated by Positive wisdom (Satwika buddhi). That is the intention of Sita, Kundalinee or individualized Maya to provoke the Positive wisdom (Satwika buddhi) to get the Golden deer. That means when Positive wisdom (Satwika buddhi), the Kundalinee will be in the control of weakling I-ness (Lakshman). Being in the control of I-ness now, it sends I-ness to follow the disturbed Positive wisdom (Satwika buddhi). Then automatically kundalinee will be encompassed by Ravan, the king of desires. In that process the morality (Jatayu bird) in him awakens and tries to dissuade the king of desires but in vain.

The disturbed Positive wisdom (Satwika buddhi) returns to normality and tries to set right its house. This steady Positive wisdom (Satwika buddhi) leads to meeting Hanuman. Hanu=to kill, man=mind. Hanuman  means steady mind this leads to meet Sugreeva, the king of Vanaras i.e., monkeys. Su= auspicious, Greeva= sound. Va=varishta(great), naraas=men. Sugreeva means the auspicious sound OMKAR.  Vanaras means positive forces. So the Sadhak shall hear the auspicious sound OMKAR due to the assistance of Positive forces accompanied by fixed mind within him. But so far the auspicious sound OMKAR is hindered due to Vali i.e., the fear within the Sadhak. With the fixed mind the fear/Bhayam  Vali in the sadhak is laid to rest. Now the Positive wisdom (Satwika buddhi) i.e. Ram in the sadhak i.e., Bharat is becoming absolutely pure due to the continuous uninterrupted sound of OHM  within and without. 

After hearing the auspicious Om sound the fixed mind (Hanuman) contacts kundalinee lying underneath the Moolaadhar chakra. Moolaadhara chakra is on the south and Sahasraara chakra is on the north side of the Sadhak.
The fixed mind (Hanuman) informs the Kundalinee underneath the Mooladhara chakra of the sadhak about the impending coming of Suddhabuddhi i.e., the pure intellect becoming absolutely pure so as to attain the salvation. Salvation means the individualized Maya merging with God the Father (Parabrahma).

The Manipura chakra is of red colour with 10 rays. So this is also called RAVANA CHAKRA. Then the kundalinee wanting to become completely awakened  cries for help calling “RAMA” loudly. Then Rama i.e.Suddhabuddhi   understands the trouble through Annahata chakra. This chakra is also called VAYU CHAKRA since it is the place of air element. Anjaneya is the son of Vayu. A gland viz., Thymus gland is responsible for immunization (roga nirodhaka sakti). Through this gland “RAM” understands the obstruction in Manipura chakra with the help of Anjaneya. This whole procedure is done through VAGUS nerve. This is known as CHOODAAMANI. This is the reason that one should do pranayaama, if wanted to be healthy. 

Remember that Maya is part and parcel of God the Father.
The king of desires will put fire to the tail of Hanumanji  i.e., the fixed mind is to be made unsteady so that the attainment of  becoming one with Parabrahman of Sadhak can be weakened. The fixed mind puts off the fire i.e., nullify all the negative forces that are obstructing the noble ideal of Sadhak to become one with Parabrahman.

Vibheeshan (Satwagun-positive virtuous quality) counsels the king of desires to hand over Sita—the kundalinee force—the individualized Maya, to Sri Ramji-Suddhabuddhi (Pure intellect). That is complete awakening of Kundalinee. Angered by this i.e. the  impatient  king of  desires—Ravan completely discards  his
Satwagun and excommunicates that Satwagun. Suddhabuddhi gives shelter to Satwagun. The Satwagun will further strengthens the determination of Sadhak to attain Moksha. Here the AGNACHAKRA is awakened.

Now in the process of becoming absolutely pure, the pure intellect in the Sadhak will make a bridge to reach Sahasrarachakra for the attainment of complete and absolute bliss. This is called Lanka setu/Varadhi.

Then there exists a final and ferocious conflict between Positive and negative forces within the Sadhak.

Hanumanji bringing Sanjeevani for Lakshmanji  to bring him back to consciousness amounts to the absolute fixed mind making  Ahamtatwa (I-ness) to become positively soulful and conscious for the attainment of Moksha.  Ahamtatwa (I-ness) getting completely nullified is the victory of Lakshman over Indrajit. Indra=Senses, Jit=victorious. The Ahamtatwa (I-ness) destroys the traits of Indriyas/senses completely and becomes  absolutely  pure.

There are 72,000 subtle nadis existing in each and every human being. Three subtle nadis viz., Ida, pingala and sushumna are very very important for yogi.  In the centre of spinal cord exists sushumna nadi. On left side of it exists Ida nadi. It is also called  Chandra nadi. For convention sake it is termed as negative. On right side of it exists pingala nadi. It is also called  Surya nadi. For convention sake it is termed as positive.
 
The Manipurachakra near the navel contains 10 rays. Hence it is called RAVANA Chakra. By doing pranayaama the obstructive force at Manipura (behind navel) is destroyed to pave the way for free flow of life force from Sahasrara. Man gains his health. If kundalinee life force is not passed through Sushumna then the Gnanashakti (the wisdom force) is destroyed. Again and again the man becomes egoistic and becomes king of desires. That is symbolically shown as Ravan’s heads getting alive again and again even after they are axed.   Rama pierces the stomach of Ravan with advise of Vibheeshana (Satwaguna) and kills him.  This is what is called Sri Rama destroying/ cauterizing/drying the amrita bhandam in the stomach of Ravana. Amrita means Nectar) and  Bhandam means Utensil. 

Obstructive forces are eternal like nectar to a normal man. 
Maya (Nature/SitaDevi) for ordinary man does not die.   Continuous prolonged &intensive Yoga sadhana is required for Janmaraahitya/ Kriyaparavastha/Moksha/complete liberation. Then only Nature dies for saadhaka.    To show that Nature does not die the Seeta Agni pravesa story is intended. Agni pravesa means to burn oneself in fire.  Fire brings out Seetaa (prakriti/maya)   unscathed.  Sita is Ayonija.  Ayonija means Sita is not born out of ordinary yoni (vagina).   Sita i.e., Maya is fully subservient and under the control of Paramaatma. Only under the control of Paramaatma only Maya works.

Saadhak’s pure intellect becomes absolutely pure. Now sadhak is completely liberated. This is called Sri Ram pattaabhishek.

Paarvati:  

When the awakened Kundalini reaches Sahasraara chakra  in  the  Cerebrum  beomes cool.  Then the Sadhak is called Himavant. Hima means cool, vant means the one who gets coolness. Sahasraara chakra is underneath the Brahmarandhra.  Then the Cosmic energy or Paraa shakti or Paraavati i.e., Parvati is born. This is called Parvati is born to Himavant.

VASUKI – KUNDALINI – KAALIYA MARDANAM:

This Kundalini power is called Vasuki. This spinal cord is known as Meru Parvatam.  Churning of Meru Parvatam is nothing but to use swaasa (breath) as astra (weapon) through sushumna in Astral spinal cord and sending the breath up and down the spinal cord. So doing, the vasuki snake that is emitting poison in this sansaar is being tamed. When this kundalini power that is vasuki snake goes through these plexuses, it will inherit the opposite / good qualities of these five plexuses. They are Gandha (smell), Ruchi (taste), Roopa (contour), sparsa (touch) and Sabda (sound). As such the Kundalini will become a five-hooded snake. This five hooded snake reach Kootastham first. From there this snake or five-hooded hydra shall reach Sahasrara. There the poison shall be shedded and completely tamed. Here the poison means all the doshaas of antahkarana. They are Arishadvargaas like Kama (desire), Krodha (anger), Lobha (Greediness), Moha (delusion), Mada (pride), Matsarya (envy) and Vikshepana and avarana doshaas as explained earlier. A complete Yogi emerges out of man/saadhaka. This is called Kaaliya Mardanam.


Deepaavali

Narakasura the demon was killed by SriKrishna on Aasweeja bahula Chaturdasi (around Oct/Nov) as per Hindu Almanac and Hindu mythology. The next day Amavaasya (New moon) is celebrated as Deepaavali by Hindus. Desires, anger, greediness, pride, jealousy, delusion, lethargy, complacency, postponing kriyayoga meditation etc are the negative forces and demonic qualities. These negative forces will not allow the sadhak to do Kriya yoga sadhana.
Moolaadhara, Swadhistana and Manipura are called samsaara/worldly chakras. The negative forces shall confine the sadhak to worldly affairs.
Moolaadhara chakra represents Prithvee tatwa.  Prithvee tatwa represents Gandha tatwa. Narakasura is the leader of negative forces in the sadhak. He is the son of Bhoodevi, Soil Goddess. That is Narakasura the Gandha tatwa  is the son of Prithvee tatwa.
Gandha tatwa shall confine the consciousness of sadhak to Physical pleasures. This will make the Kundalinee to remain in sleeping state.  Sleeping Kundalinee cannot get Godhood.
The sadhak seeks the help of Kootastha Sri Krishna or Sri Krishna Consciousness.  Kootastha is the place between eyebrows. Kootastha is the abode of Sri Krishna or Sri Krishna Consciousness. That means the sadhak does intensive dhyana/meditation in Agnachakra/Kootastha. Then the Sri Krishna or Sri Krishna Consciousness shall awaken the Kundalinee nearer to Mooladhara chakra before. The awakened Kundalinee that reached Mooladhara chakra shall illuminate that Mooladhara chakra to glow with its natural effulgence. Such Mooladhara chakra   or Bhoodevi shall kill its son Narakasura that is Gandha tatwa which is confined to physical pleasure(s). This will help the Kriyayoga sadhak to further awaken the kundalinee so as to make upper chakras to illuminate with their respective natural effulgences which are so far marred due to sleeping Kundalinee.
This awakening of Kundalinee that is reaching Mooladhara chakra to further his progress in Kriya yoga Sadhana is called NARAKASURA VADHA or killing of the leader of negative forces.
The awakened kundalinee that has reached Mooladhara chakra and make the four petals of that chakra to shine with its natural effulgent yellow colour is akin to removing darkness that is massive during Amavasya or New moon is called Deepavali.           

Vinayaka:

Agajanana padmarkam gajananam aharnisham
Anekadam tam bhaktaanam aka dantam upasmahe

Word to word meaning:
Agaja= Parvati, aanana = face, Padma = lotus flower, arkam = Sun, Gaja = elephant, aananam = face/faced, Ahah = day, Nisham = night, Aharnisham = day & night (all the time or round the clock), Aneka = more than one/multiple, dam= giver,  Tam = you/your, Bhaktaanaam = to the devotees, eka = single or one, Dantam = tooth (tusk since it is elephant), Upasmahe = meditate upon.

Meaning: Seeing the elephant-faced Ganesha all the time, Goddes Parvati’s face lighted up; just like how a lotus opens up seeing Sun and I meditate upon the Lord with single tusk, the giver of many boons to the devotees.

Yoga meaning: Agaja=Unmoved or steady, aanana  Padma arkam = the one who is illuminating with Cosmic consciousness or with self effulgence, Gaja aananam   Aharnisham = the one whose face is illuminating with pure knowledge day & night eternally, Aneka dam Tam Bhaktaanaam =though He is worshipped by the devotees in different forms,  eka Dantam =He is one and only one, Upasmahe = I meditate upon.

Meaning: Unmoved or steady, the one who is illuminating with Cosmic consciousness or with self effulgence, the one whose face is illuminating with pure knowledge day & night eternally,  though He is worshipped by the devotees in different forms, He is one and only one, I meditate upon.


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