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Aghora and eternal life

Eternal means that which has no end and thus is the endless … The endless itself is the beginningless … Unless it is the beginningless, it cannot even be the endless due to the fact that, if it is a begun state, then it would also have an end … That which is endless and beginningless, is the Maker and its Makings … That eternity is attained by eternal body or Sanatan Sharira which itself is the base of eternal life or Sanatan Jeevan (or Anant Jeevan) and whose path itself is of Aghora face … Such a life is free of liberation (Moksha) and bondage alike …

Since the the Maker’s Makings are naught but a self expressed, self manifested and self present state of the Maker itself, so the Makings also are as eternal as the Maker …

Thus the eternal life which is told here means a sameness of existence , as the Maker and/or its Makings and/or simultaneously both … Depending upon which of the paths are followed, are the final results and which as such are also resting within any of the end states as they have been listed here …

The concept of eternal life eventually relates to five faces of Sadashiva, which are also addressed as Pancha Mukha Sadashiva and also addressed as Panch Mukha Shiva in addition to being termed as Panch Brahma

 

Eternal life or Anant Jeevan, its realization through astral body  

KK) … There is also a self-realization during astral travels to that which is beyond and also to that which is beyond all that is known as beyond in any philosophy, of now or ever …

This self-realization is of the eternal life (or better if I say “eternity of totality of time span of existence of each microcosm) and the eternal body (or Sanatan Sharira) … This self-realization is also after the direct-cognition of Ahum Naad and it could be stated thus …

I am only an eternal traveler whose travels ultimately are inter-world, inter-planic and inter-universal because the train of my eternally limitless life of here and beyond, is only resting within the fathomless eternity (as is of the dimension of time), endlessness of infinity (as is of dimension of space), allness of omni-directionality (as is of the dimension of directions or various paths of evolution) and ever-ness of omnipresence (as is of the dimension of state) … This realization itself is because of the fact that the aspirant self-realizes “this is what I was blessed with and that too from within the supreme genius of the Maker’s Makings” …

Above paragraph is applicable to each microcosm (aspirant) and it shall also be thus known by anyone who silently meditates upon the absolute correctness of what is written there and what is written there is just as it was realized through the earlier self-realization of Ahum Naad and then a subsequent union of the astral vehicle (i.e. blue colored subtle vehicle) to the Aghora face of Sadashiva (i.e. Ahum Naad) …

It is due to realization as per above paragraph, the aspirant also comes to know the truth of the wise words that eventually there is “nowhere to go, nothing to do, nobody to be” … This itself is because when the omnidirectional, eternal, infinite and omnipresent Absolute being is self-realized and merged to, then the truth of these wise words is all that remains for that aspirant …

And this realization is by virtue of the fact that ultimately and as far as the innermost nature of anything (any microcosm) is concerned, everything is eternal in its essential existence, infinite within its innermost essence (i.e. Atman), omnidirectional within its final-path of evolution and omnipresent within the finality of its state (i.e. the state which is arrived at after the process of evolution itself is evolved over or in other words, when that aspirant crosses beyond the process of evolution itself, the omnipresent Absolute-being is what is arrived at by that aspirant) …

And because innermost essence (Atman) of each microcosm is simultaneously based upon all these dimensional finalities, so there cannot ever be a need to do anything, go anywhere or be anyone when one is already resting within one’s own innermost nature (i.e. innermost essence or Atman) … And thus there also is no need to prove this fact to anybody after it is already self-realized by the aspirant …

That which is real, is also the one which is eternally present within each microcosm and that real itself is as one’s own inherently-essential eternal-nature because this is what each microcosm was blessed with from within the Maker’s Makings

So when above stated facts are self-realized, then where is the need to be anybody or do anything or go nowhere except to be detached from all such individualistic-stupidities, all of which are only related to one or another of the individual-dualities (i.e. relates to individualities and individual-corpuses) of the Maker’s Makings

 

Aghora and eternal absence of individualism

Due to this reason when the subtle vehicle (i.e. Sookshma Sharira, whose main component is the mind sheath itself) merges to its own macrocosmic cause (i.e. Ahum Naad or Aghora) then Ahum Naad is also the state where the “final detachment to allness and her each part” is arrived at by that subtle body … Thus at this state, the mind no longer associates to individual-dualities (i.e. individualities and individual-corpuses) of any sort …

And this is because of the fact that when the aspirants mind merges to its own parental state (i.e. Ahum Naad or the pure macrocosmic I’ness) then due to absence of earlier condition of “microcosmic I’ness” and then the subsequent manifestation of macrocosmic I’ness, all earlier individual-dualities (i.e. individualities and individual-corpuses) which were associated to by that aspirant become absent from that aspirants consciousness …

Thus such an aspirant continues as the “non-individualistic-I (i.e. the I’less I)” who rests within a seamless non-dual “union to allness and her each part (i.e. Brahmand Yoga)” … This is the state where even when the aspirants physical-body is seemingly existent, yet that aspirant is no more an individual physical vehicle that it earlier was prior to this self-realization of Naad of Ahum and the subsequent union of that aspirants subtle vehicle to Ahum Naad …

 

Aghora, eternal life and isolation from I’ness, Am’ness, Is’ness and Not’ness  

And above stage continues until a further stage is arrived, where that same aspirant lets go of macrocosmic I’ness and enters into that which is beyond all suchness of I’s, their I’ness and their I’less-ness … This is the stage of Kaivalya (i.e. liberation due to a full and permanent isolation from allness and her each part) that is “also” arrived through the self-realization of “Aghora face of Shiva (i.e. Ahum Naad)” which is being discussed here … Thus even Ahum Naad can be a path to Kaivalya Moksha (Kaivalya Moksha means as the state of a final liberation due to a full and permanent isolation from allness and her each part) …

Continuing with above paragraph … The word “also” was written in above paragraph because of the fact that the same liberation (i.e. Moksha) can also be achieved through other topics which shall be discussed in this text … When the ultimate-reality of this paragraph shall be realized by any aspirant, then that aspirant shall also know that there actually are infinite paths to the same reality (i.e. Absolute being) and thus is the realization that every path is also as divine as the divine being … This is also because of the fact that all paths also are a part of the original self-expression as was of the divine being itself (this original self-expression was discussed in the earlier topic of “As IT self-expressed Itself”) …

 

Aghora, and oneness to allness when resting in eternity of lifespan

Above in turn renders a knowledge that all paths are only leading to the same home and thus no path is incorrect as long as it keeps itself within the essence of the statement “oneness to allness and her each part (or in other words, Brahmand Dharana) because eventually it is only to this oneness that each path relates …

This is one of the very important realizations within Ahum Naad because of its ability to unite all parts of allness to each other and also unite all these parts to allness itself … Thus this in turn leads to a peaceful co-existence of all parts of allness to each other …

 

Aghora as a path  to inner calm and outer peace 

It was due to the reason stated in above paragraph that the Buddhist Lore states that Ahum Naad (whom they address as Buddha Samantabhadra) is the primordial-peaceful Buddha … And this was also the reason for Hindu Lore’s to address it as Aghora face of Sadashiva, which also means the peaceful-one (i.e. non-wrathful one) …

Thus until Ahum Naad is associated to, the inhabitants of this world can literally forget about a long lasting state of inner-calm (within the inhabitants of this world) and outer-peace (within the lands of this world) … This is not based upon any analysis or imaginations but on the contrary, it is an absolute fact …

Until those knowledge systems which relate to Aghora are associated to by an aspirant, the train of eternal life of that aspirant would never be able to run peacefully because Ahum Naad itself is the primordial cause of inner-calm and outer-peace within any of the worlds …

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