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Aghora and Samantabhadra

GG) … Here we shall be discussing the relationship of Buddhist lore to all above discussions … Ahum Naad is same as what was discussed in an earlier topic of Aghora face of Sadashiva, and the same Aghora is also addressed as the primordial Buddha Samantabhadra +++ during some later times of progress of Buddhism … Samantabhadra is also addressed as the Principal amongst Peaceful Buddha’s (I.e. the primordial peaceful Buddha is Samantabhadra) …His consort of Buddha Samantabhadri

 

Samantabhadra is another name of Aghora face of Shiva or Bhadra

+++ Deviating a bit to explain +++ of above paragraph …

The name Samantabhadra is derived from the Vedas and is related to Bhagwan Sadashiva, as Bhadra is one of names of Shiva …

And the meaning of the word Samantabhadra is also complementary to the meaning of the Vedic word Shiva and Sadashiva … The words Sada and Samant are complementary to each other as they both mean “omnipresent, universal, all present, one who is everywhere and Omnidirectional (or that which is present everywhere and in every path of evolution) …. Samant also means “ever, every-way, ever-all” … And Bhadra itself is one of the vast number of names of Shiva … And both the words of Shiva and Bhadra mean “Auspicious (or Kalyankaari)” …

Thus this term Samantabhadra has its origin from the much-much earlier concept of Aghora face of Shiva only …

This word Samantabhadra is used in both Jainism and Buddhism which itself proves their relation to the much-much earlier Vedic lore …

 

+++ Continuing further …

To leave no doubts, here we shall be breaking up the word Samantabhadra into three parts (instead of the two parts which were discussed above) and then we shall be proving their relation to the Vedas …

If we were break the word Samantabhadra, then we get three words … Sam-Anta-Bhadra …

“Sam” means equanimity … It also means “neutrality towards all that ever is believed and all that is ever believed as not” within any belief or faith or system and thus it also denotes the state of macro-equanimity or in other words, this term Sam eventually means “equanimity towards allness and her each part” …

“Anta” means end … “Anta” also refers to that which is endless … It also refers to that which is final or conclusive … And this word also refers to the completion state of realizations (or meditative cognitions) …

“Bhadra” means pervader i.e. that who permeates all there ever is … Bhadra also means the auspicious and worthy one … Bhadra also is one of the names of my Param Gurudeva, i.e. Bhagwan Shiva

So basis all above points, the word Samantabhadra literally means “the equanimous auspicious endless pervader of allness … Or in other words that auspicious being who permeates allness due to its endless equanimous nature … It also means auspicious equanimous final pervader of all that ever is” … This is what Samantabhadra actually stands for and which as such is the same as what was told as Aghora face within the much-much earlier Vedic lore …

And this word also means “the universally auspicious” or the auspicious one who is omnipresent and thus is in every path (i.e. omnidirectional)” and it also means the “finality of the auspiciousness” …

Coincidently the Mantra for Samantabhadra as was given by Indian sage who is addressed as Guru Padmasambhava and Guru Rinpoche is also related to the same sound of Ahum

This Mantra was stated as “OM Ah-Hum” by Guru Rinpoche in his rendered knowledge of Tibetan book of dead …

 

Bhadra and knowledge of finality of dimensions or Ayaam

Now we shall discuss the word “final” of above discussions from the point of view four primary macrocosmic dimensions … These four primary dimensions are time (Kaal), space (Akasha), directions of paths (Disha) and state (Dasha) …

 

When we project endlessness (or finality) to the dimension of time, then it denotes eternity …

When we project endlessness (or finality) to the dimension of space, then it denotes the infinity …

When we project endlessness (or finality) to the dimension of directions, then it denotes an omni-directionality …

And when we project endlessness (or finality) to the dimension of state, then if only denotes omnipresence …

And when finality of all four directions are united together within an aspirant (or even any of macrocosmic states) then it denotes omnipotence …

Union to Bhadra who is present within each aspirant

But if above union of the finality of dimensions happens within the extremely fragile physical vehicle of an aspirant, then invariably the consciousness of that aspirant (i.e. the consciousness pot of lighted butter which rests about 2-3 finger breadths below the navel) rises upwards and enters into the Ashtama Chakra (as is mentioned in chapter 10 of Atharvaveda), which in Siddha sciences was termed as Niralambasthana and in some other Yogic scriptures the same was also addressed as Niralamba Chakra) …

This condition leads to a union of Bhadri and Bhadra (i.e. Shakti and Shiva) within the aspirants physical vehicle itself … This is the condition where the eternal-divine (Shiva) and pristine-divinity (Shakti) unite to each other within the aspirants physical vehicle … And this is what leads to the condition where that aspirant becomes a physically manifested condition of Ardhanarishwara itself … And this is the same as the condition which is told as a union of Bhadri and Bhadra in Buddhism … We shall be discussing this with paintings in a later chapter of Raam Naad (i.e. sound of Raam) which as such is a Taraka Mantra of my Paramguru Bhagwan Shiva (or in other words, Shiva Taraka Mantra) and this sound is like the roar of a million and more lions which happens inside the physical vehicle itself …

Above union of Shakti and Shiva which happens inside the fragile physical vehicle of the aspirant is also the one which eventually leads to a state where that aspirant enters into “Nirbija Samadhi (or the seedless trance)” …

“Nirbija Samadhi (or the seedless trance)” is the stage of meditative absorption where all the impressions (Samskaras) which were generated by that aspirant during the entire course of its evolutionary process (i.e. right from those timeless-incalculable times when that aspirant had originally begun as a microcosm within the Maker’s Makings) get unseeded and thus this seedless trance (Nirbija Samadhi) also leads to an “impressionless state of the consciousness orb of the causal body of that aspirant (i.e. it leads to a Samskara Rahit Awastha of Chitta of Antahkarana Chatushtaya)” …

And that which is a united corpus of all above discussions, is also that which is omniparient, omnifarious, omnicompetent, omniscient and the omnificent one … This is what the primordial Buddha Samantabhadra i.e. my Gurupita Ahum, actually is found to be after the blue colored subtle vehicle (or above painting) enters into a non-dual union to it and thence that aspirant (subtle vehicle) self-realizes the attributeless infinite Absolute being from within that unioned state itself …

But as far as this discussion is concerned, this is not the end of the story because it would again be taken up again at stages …

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