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Ardhanarishwara Sharira … Sagun Atman

Formless light of Ardhanarishwara in third eye plexus ... Sagun Atman

Sagun means Attributed or with attributes … This is of two aspects … First is Sagun Nirakaar Awastha or attributed formless state and second is Sagun Sakaar Awastha or attributed form state (or human form) … Ardhanarishwara Sharira which is being discussed here related to the eternally unioned state of Shakti and Shiva, which is also named as Bhagwan Ardhanarishwara and who denotes Sagun Atman (or attributed aspect of innermost essence or in other words, Sagun Awastha of Atman) … But in this topic I shall mostly be relating to its attributed formless state (or Sagun Nirakaar Awastha) … And where Sagun Atman itself is Sagun Brahma i.e. attributes aspect of attributeless infinite being (or Brahma or Brahman) …

Bhagwan Ardhanarishwara is one of the many self-manifestations of my Param Gurudeva Bhagwan Sadashiva … He resides in third eye plexus of each aspirant and above figure shows the formless state (Sagun Nirakaar Awastha) Bhagwan Shiva to Maa Shakti in the third eye plexus … The human form of Ardhanarishwara (i.e. Sagun Sakaar Atman) in the third eye chakra (which is also called as Ajna Chakra or Agya Chakra) has already been discussed in an earlier topic of “Raam Naad and Bhagwan Ardhanarishwara” hence I won’t be getting into the same discussions here …

Additionally due to his supreme blessings, series of Siddha bodies get self-manifested within the physical vehicle … These Siddha bodies are the ones which would be discussed here …

This Siddha body manifests after the final awakening i.e. after a successful transit of Raam Naad (or Sound of Raam) which we have already discussed in an earlier set of topics …

This Siddha Sharira (or Siddha body) can also be termed as accomplishment vehicle of Shakti Shiva Yoga or the accomplishment vehicle that denotes the union of pristine-divinity (Shakti) and divine being (Shiva) that takes place within the aspirant’s microcosm itself …

Certain parts of these discussions have already been discussed earlier on in the topics which have the header of “Shiva Taraka Naad”, so in these discussions we won’t be getting into those aspects again and yet they would definitely have to be referred to …

This accomplishment vehicle also denotes the accomplishments of path of Rig Veda (7.59.12), Yajurveda (3.60) and Atharvaveda (14.1.17) …

Bhagwan Ardhanarishwara also is the “attributed-form state (i.e. Sagun Sakaar Awastha)” of each aspirant’s innermost essence (i.e. Atman or Akshar) … And thus is the supreme importance of self realization of all that is discussed within this topic …

 

MM-1 … Realization of Ardhanarishwara Sharira … Sagun Atman …

Here we shall discuss this self realization of “Siddha body of Ardhanarishwara (i.e. Ardhanarishwara Sharira)” that is eternally present within each aspirant …

This realization is in four stages …

 

MM-1-A … 1st stage … Bhadra (Shiva) overpowering Bhadri (Shakti) …

 

Ardhanarishwara sharira - 1st stage of manifestation
Ardhanarishwara Sharira. This is the first stage of manifestation

The first of these four primary stages is as painted below …

This is the initial stage Bhadri Bhadra Yoga that happens within the physical vehicle of an aspirant … This is the stage which leads to the final awakening …

This was already discussed in an earlier topic of Bhadra Bhadri Yoga (Shiva Shakti Yoga) and thus we won’t be getting into detailed discussions on this and other figures of this topic …

This is the state of awakening of the aspirant which leads to a self knowledge (i.e. knowledge of one’s own inner nature) … This figure is showing the rise of white oily snowflakes which are like a brilliant white lights within the blue colored mind vehicle (Manomaye Kosha) …

In above figure, the blue colored mind vehicle is Shiva within the aspirant and the awakened state of Prana which as such is white colored is Shakti within the aspirant and their union as is depicted in above figure, is the commencement stage of Bhadri (or in other words, Maa Shakti) and Bhadra (or Shiva) Yoga of our current discussion …

As was discussed in an earlier topic of “Raam Naad and Pranamaye Manomaye Yoga”, within the purviews of the inward path (i.e. path of self-realization, which itself is the higher of all paths) this figure is also related to the union of Prana (Pranamaye Kosha or vital air sheath or Shakti or Devi or Bhadri within the aspirant) to the Mind sheath (Manomaye Kosha or Shiva or Bhadra within the aspirant) … But this white state of Prana (or Vital air sheath or Pranamaye Kosha) is only when the five Prana’s merge to each other and thence return back to their own original state as was prior these Prana’s were divided during the primordial timeless state of the original origination of Maker’s Makings … This unity of Prana’s is via the path of macro-neutrality (Sarva Samta or equanimity towards allness and its each part) …

When the five Prana (or five Vital airs) unite to each other, they only do so by letting go of their adopted individuality and thus these Prana’s also let go of their divisions … This leads to a state where the five vital airs (Five Prana’s) and five sub-vital airs (five Up-Prana’s) arrive at a stage of union which itself rests within a state of macro-neutrality (or equanimity) to each other …

This macro-neutrality itself is the original state of Prana’s i.e. macro-neutrality is the state of Prana’s prior they had even divided and separated out to do different functions within the microcosm and within the macrocosmic creation …

As also since the Prana’s (vital airs) within an aspirant are none other than the macrocosmic vitality which drives allness of macrocosmic creation through her varied self-manifested aspects, so when these five Prana and five Upa Prana unite to each other within the aspirants physical vehicle (actually this unity is within the Pranic Vehicle or vital air sheath or Pranamaye Kosha), then this also denotes a state where that part of macrocosmic Prana which was related to the aspirant, has also arrive at their macro-neutral state within the greater macrocosmic creation +++

 

+++ Deviating to discuss +++ of above paragraph … This is because of the fact that whatever is within any aspirant, is also the same that is out of that aspirant’s microcosm i.e. that which is within any aspirant itself is the same thing that is within the greater macrocosm … And thus when the inner macro-neutrality arrives, then that quantum of macrocosmic Prana which relates to that aspirant, also enters into a state of macro-neutrality within the greater macrocosmic creation … Thus basis this fact, what happens within the microcosm of the aspirant also happens within the macrocosmic creation and vice versa of this statement is also true … This state is because of the fact that any microcosm itself is a micro-state of the macrocosm and thus the microcosm is an intrinsic partless part of the greater macrocosmic creation … Due to this reason if any change happens within any aspirant, then a corresponding change is also reflected within the greater macrocosmic creation (here the term “corresponding” means, that part of macrocosmic creation which is present within or is held within the aspirant’s microcosm) … Resuming again

 

This macro-equanimous union of all five Prana’s (Vital airs) and five Upa Prana (Sub Vital airs) denote the state of originality of Prana Shakti … This originality of Prana Shakti (or vital air sheath or Pranamaye Kosha) is of a diamond white color …

At this stage, white lighted oily snow-flake like energy begins rising upwards from the spine and thence it enters the crown plexus as a white pot of lighted butter (this has already been discussed in the earlier set of topics that relate to “Shiva Taraka Naad“) …

Above is the stage when Bhadra is overpowering Bhadri (i.e. Shiva is overpowering Shakti) … And from the point of view of the inward path (i.e. path of self-realization) this is the state when Mind sheath (or Manomaye Kosha) is overpowering Prana Shakti (vital air sheath or Pranamaye Kosha)… This is the original condition of Bhadri Bhadra union whose initial stage is described by above painting …

 

MM-1-B … 2nd stage … Bhadri (Shakti) overpowering Bhadra (Shiva) …

Arshanarishwara sharira ... 2nd stage of manifestation
Ardhanarishwara Sharira. This is the second stage of manifestation

 

Above figure shows the second amongst the four primary stages of union of Bhadri and Bhadra (Shakti Shiva Yoga) that happens inside the aspirant’s microcosm …

This is when Bhadri begins overpowering Bhadra (i.e. Shakti begins to overpower Shiva) … And from the point of view of the inward path (i.e. path of self-realization, this is the condition when the Prana Shakti (vital air sheath or Pranamaye Kosha) begins to overpower Mind sheath (or Manomaye Kosha) …

This stage always arrives after the first stage (as was discussed earlier on in this topic) …

This is the path of Shakta’s (Shakta’s means, worshippers of “Shakti or Devi or Mother of macrocosmic creation” …

This stage is soon after awakening as the white oily lighted snowflakes begin rising up  in a much vast quantum as compared to the effective quantum of the mind sheath and thus these white lighted oily snow like flakes begin overpowering the mind sheath due to their suddenness of manifestation …

As this happens, the mind lets go of its control (i.e. surrenders to the rising white light or macro-neutral Prana Shakti) … Thus at this stage the white color (of macro-neutral Prana Shakti or Bhadri who resides within an aspirant) becomes of a higher quantum than the blue color of (i.e. the mind sheath or Shiva) and thus at this stage it also seems like the blue color (or Bhagwan Shiva) is hidden within the white color (or Maa Shakti) …

This state forms the “blue gem body” which would be discussed at a later stage of in this text …

This leads to the third stage as is discussed below, where these two (i.e. Mind and vitality) arrive at sameness (this sameness is of quantum of energy and also of sameness of subtlety of these two) and thus at this stage, these two are balanced “to and within” each other due to their perfectly unioned state …

 

MM-1-C … 3rd stage … Perfectly balanced state of union of Bhadri and Bhadra …

Ardhanarishwara sharira ... 3rd stage of manifestation
Ardhanarishwara Sharira … This is the third stage of manifestation

 

This is the third stage of this union …

This is the state of perfection of union between the Shakti and Shiva within the aspirant’s physical vehicle itself +++

 

+++ Deviating a bit to discuss +++ of above paragraph … From the point of view of eternal completeness (or fullness) of Shiva and Shakti, following is a fact …

+++ Shakti … Shakti means Bhadri (or Devi Siddhant) within the aspirant, which itself is the Prana Shakti (or vital air sheath or Pranamaye Kosha or energy principle) within the aspirant … And this also is the divinity principle (Shakti Siddhant) or motherly principle (Matri Siddhant) within each aspirant … And because macrocosmic nature in her primary state is none other than Prana Shakti (energy), so this also denotes the Prakriti Siddhant (or the nature principle) within each aspirant … This also is the “allness of ability principle (Sarva-Siddhi Siddhant)” … This is also the vitality principle (Pranamaye Siddhant) and activity principle (Kriya Siddhant) … Thus the name of this text is based upon the feminine principle or Motherhood principle or Matri Shakti Siddhant itself … This is my real and eternal mother just as she also is the mother of each microcosm that has ever begun within the macrocosmic creation … Without Shakti (divinity of allness), there is no Shiva (allness) …

+++ Shiva … Shiva means Bhadra … This also means the Deva Siddhant (or the divine principle) … Within the aspirant, this is the Fatherly principle (Pita Siddhant) and this is also the masculine principle (Deva Siddhant) within each aspirant … This also is the Chetan Siddhant (Conscious principle) within the aspirant … This also is the allness principle (Sarva Siddhant) because this is the “principal-base of all accomplishments (Siddhi’s or abilities)”… This is also the “completeness of accomplishment principle (Siddha Siddhant) … This is also the allness principle (Sarva Siddhant) … This is also the mind principle (Manomaye Siddhant) … Without Shiva (allness) there is no Shakti (divinity of allness) …

+++ Perfect union of Shakti (Bhadri) and Shiva (Bhadra) … When these two are unioned to each other, then they denote the root principle (Moola Siddhant) … And at such a stage this union also denotes the principle of knowledge of allness or Jnana Siddhant (or in other words the knowledge of Maker’s Makings) … At such a state of perfectly balanced union of these two, Shakti is of a diamond white color (i.e. macro-neutral or macro-equanimous state of Shakti) … And it is also at this stage that “Shakti is Shiva and Shiva is also none other than Shakti” even when both are showing their own attributes … This is the stage of union which is depicted by above figure and the same condition from a Tantric point of view was also depicted within the figure of an earlier topic of “Shakti Shiva Yoga and Bhadra Bhadri Yoga” …

 

Resuming again … This is the stage when Prana within its macro-neutral (i.e. original state as was prior these Prana’s divided within the macrocosmic creation) are reunited to each other and thence are united to the mind body …

And this stage which leads to the merger of all Siddha bodies (which were discussed earlier) into their respective macrocosmic principal states …

 

Now we shall discuss this from the point of view of Buddhist Tantric (Tibetan) knowledge systems

The union of the 3rd state that happens within the microcosm of the aspirant is also the union of the Primordial Buddha Samanthabhadri and that too, to the Primordial Buddha Samanthabhadra, both of who also residing within each aspirant … The figure of this union was depicted in an earlier topic of “Shakti Shiva Yoga and Bhadra Bhadri Yoga” …

And Buddha Samanthabhadri and Buddha Samanthabhadra when present within an aspirant are also as the aspirants stainless vitality (vital air sheath or Vitality vehicle or the Pranamaye Kosha) and stainless mind (Mind vehicle or Mind sheath or Manomaye Kosha) respectively … The figure of this union was depicted in an earlier topic of “Raam Naad and Pranamaye Manomaye Yoga” …

Since in two earlier topics, we have already discussed above two paragraphs in detail, so now we shall proceed further with this discussion … When above union happens inside the little-microcosm of the physical vehicle of the aspirant, then at such a time within that part of the greater macrocosmic creation which relates to the aspirant, the same union is reflected within its attributed-formless state … It is at this time that many evolved ones (I means Poorna Siddha’s) who have passed through the Niralambasthana (or 8th plexus which we have also discussed earlier), come to know that another one is about to join them shortly … And those who have not passed through this state of Niralamba Chakra, are then asking each other “Who Is He” …

This is because Niralambasthana i.e. eighth plexus, being a state of independence, is also independent from all knowledge and their systems, so the one who enters this state, is beyond the scopes of those who are yet to evolve to it … This is the significance of this discussion as the one who passes through the state of our discussed union, enters in that which is “beyond all describable-knowable, imaginable and visualizable beyondness” of those who have not successfully passed through (or completed self realizations of) these discussions …

The union of Buddha Samanthabhadri unites to Buddha Samanthabhadra also denotes their perfect-equanimity to each other …

This 3rd state further leads to the 4th state (as is discussed below), which as such denotes the arrival of that aspirant to a seedless state (Nirbija Awastha or that state which is free of all seeds of previous deeds and fruits) …

Reiterating again … When this union happens within an aspirant’s physical vehicle, then a corresponding union also happens within the macrocosmic creation … This corresponding union which happens within the macrocosmic creation, is only of the quantum of evolutionary mass (evolutionary standing) that the aspirant holds at that time i.e. depending upon the evolutionary standing (of the aspirant) within the macrocosmic hierarchies, is the quantum of formless state of union of these two, which shall be seen within the macrocosmic creation at that time when that aspirant has this union within his (or her) own physical vehicle … In this paragraph, the term “evolutionary standing” also means “The number of macrocosmic states that have been realized and unioned to by that aspirant” and the macrocosmic mass which an aspirant holds (Further explanation is not required to be divulged as it a matter of self-realization only) …

 

MM-1-D … 4th stage …

And finally the fourth state is of the condition where the blue and white come within their harmonies and thus their final balance …

This is the union which leads to Nirbija Awastha (or ending of all previous lives impressions or Sanchit Samskaras or accumulated merits which were the reasons for a return back of the aspirant into this, or any other lower or higher world) …

This as such is the final accomplishment vehicle of the topic of our discussion and this vehicle is self-manifested (within the physical vehicle of the aspirant) …

This is body then enters the Shiva-Shakti Loka (Bhadra-Bhadri world … This is discussed through a painted sketch of the next topic) … This Siddha body is already shown in a painting of an earlier topic of “Raam Naad and Nirbija Samadhi” and the same is also depicted below …

 

Ardhanarishwara Siddha Sharira
Ardhanarishwara Siddha Sharira …. This is the fourth stage of union of Shakti and Shiva as Ardhanarishwara

 

This 4th stage of our current discussion is none other than that of a union of the aspirant to Ardhanarishwara (who also is within the aspirant itself and at a location which is at the third eye plexus or Ajna Chakra) …

This is the final state of union of Shakti and Shiva (Bhadra and Bhadri) within the physical vehicle of the aspirant … At this stage it is also realized that Shakti is Shiva and Shiva itself is none other than Shakti and their eternally unioned state is the Maker’s Makings (macrocosmic creation or Brahmand) …

 

Proceeding further … Seemingly two fold yet non dual union of the 4th stage …

This union of Ardhanarishwara which happens within the physical vehicle is twofold and yet it’s the same which in turn makes it as non dual …

The first amongst these two is related to the third eye plexus where Ardhanarishwara as was depicted in an earlier topic of “Raam Naad and Bhagwan Ardhanarishwara” is seen within the third eye area …

And the second is that which automatically happens a little later, is as shown in above painting (of this current discussion i.e. 4th part) …

This twofold union takes the aspirant to a realization of “Ever-Shiva (i.e. Sadashiva)” … That Sadashiva is “both empty and full” …

The empty part is of the “eternally non-lighted state of primordial being (i.e. primordial nature or macrocosmic voidness or “voidness of allness and its each part” or Sarva Shunya) … And this empty part is also unioned to an eternal fullness, as is of Paramshiva (i.e. the self-luminous colorless attributeless infinite being or Nirgun Nirakaar Brahm) … The empty part leads to realization of emptiness of allness and its each part (i.e. Sarva Shunya) and the fullness part which is non-distinct from the empty part (due to its non-dual union) leads to a realization of the base Mantra of Shukla Yajurveda (this was stated in an earlier topic of “As IT originally was”) … And those aspirants who have self realized both these have always termed this state as “emptiness of fullness and fullness of emptiness” which as such is also addressed as Sadashiva (Ever-Shiva) …

Due to above reasons, some have ever told that Shiva is “that which is not” and simultaneously Shiva also is “That which eternally is everywhere” … The former denotes the presence of Shiva Tattva (essential nature of Shiva) within emptiness (Zeroness or Shunya) and the latter denotes the same Shiva as fullness (infinite or Ananta) …

 

MM-1-E … Summary of above realizations of Ardhanarishwara within … 

Now we come to the conclusion of above self realizations …

Tantric Hinduism and Tibetan Buddhism Tantra are both leading to the same reality … That reality is of Sadashiva itself … Sadashiva is that who is empty and is also the full … This conclusion is arrived at through the union that we have discussed in the 3rd and 4th stages of above discussions …

And during the intermediary stages of this union as were discussed within 1st and 2nd stages of above discussions, Shakti and Shiva keeps alternating their dominance over each other … Thus those systems which are based upon (or aspirants who are based upon) the 1st stage, become Shaivas and those systems which are based upon (or aspirants who are based upon) the 2nd stage, become Shakta’s … And yet both these are only leading the 3rd and 4th stages where “Bhagwan Shiva himself is Maa Shakti and Maa Shakti also is none other than Bhagwan Shiva” and both of them also found to be eternally unioned within the aspirants microcosm (i.e. physical vehicle) itself …

Ultimately all knowledge systems have ever related to these discussions as this topic is common to all knowledge systems that have ever been manifested anywhere within the macrocosmic creation and during any of the three times … There can never be a system of evolution to beyond planes, which is not directly or indirectly related to this topic …

 

MM-1-F … Formless state of fullness of union of Shakti and Shiva in third eye plexus (Ajna Chakra or Agya Chakra) …

This is depicted in the first figure of this topic …

Prior to and during progress of above discussed stages, a very serene light manifests within the third eye plexus (Agya Chakra or Ajna Chakra) … This light is crudely (I mean roughly) depicted in above figure …

This light denotes the eternal union of Bhadra and Bhadri (Shiva and Shakti) which has already taken place within such an aspirant’s third eye … Unless this light gets self manifested, none of the above discussed stages would get accomplished by the aspirant …

 

MM-1-G … Conclusion of all above … Sadashiva is Ardhanarishwara within …

Eventually “Ever-Auspicious principle (i.e. Bhagwan Sadashiva)” is the one who is present as Ardhanarishwara within each aspirant …

And Ardhanarishwara is also none other than being the attributed-form state (i.e. Sagun Sakaar Awastha or human bodied form) of the aspirant’s innermost essence (or Atman) …

Eventually Sadashiva is that which could be told as below …

  • That which is not … That which never was, never is and never could be …
  • That which ever was, is and would ever be, as the eternal one …
  • Thus basis above, Sadashiva is that which is not, yet is and simultaneously that which eternally is and yet is the eternal not …

Proceeding further …

In addition to above, Sadashiva could also be told as follows …

  • Neither of darkness nor lightness, but still is both …
  • Neither non-lightness nor ever-lightness, and yet both” …
  • Both lightness and non-lightness and yet free of both …
  • Thus basis above Sadashiva could be told as “That which is light yet is not and yet eternally is” …

 

Proceeding further …

In addition to above, Sadashiva could also be told as follows …

  • “Neither emptiness nor fullness, and yet is both” …
  • “Neither seeded not seedless and thus free of and yet within both” …
  • And due to this reason, Sadashiva is the “void which is not yet devoid” and yet is the “eternally void that is ever devoid of attaching natures” and simultaneously is the eternal fullness, that is present within all that ever is as full or empty …

 

Proceeding further …

  • As also, Sadashiva is the “fullness which is empty and simultaneously, the emptiness that is full” … The same is also told in Upanishads …

And it is due to this reason, the entire macrocosm and its each microcosm “originates from, resides in and finally returns back” to the same Sadashiva … This is state of Sadashiva was told as Shunyata (emptiness) by my Gurudeva Gautama Buddha

Thus after this self realization, the aspirant also knows that just the terms (words or names), languages, texts and their paths that are utilized to denote it and/or describe it so as to make an aspirant arrive at it, are different, but the essence of these two knowledge systems are only related to the same Vedic lore …

 

  • Neither existence nor non existence and thus is free of both and yet is both too … The leads to a state where the aspirant “neither comes not goes and yet is the eternally gone one” … This is state of Sadashiva which an aspirant attains to accomplish the stage of being a Tathagata, just as it was told by my Gurudeva Gautama Buddha (i.e. Buddha Avatar) …
  • The finality of essence of light and non-light is the same Sadashiva … Due to this reason, the final essence of Yajurveda “i.e. Shukla Yajurveda (i.e. Yajurveda of lightness) + Krishna Yajurveda (i.e. Yajurveda of non-lightness), is the same Sadashiva in his form and formless states of Aghora
  • Adi Nath (The Primordial-Nath) who is told about in Jainism, is also the same Sadashiva …
  • Akaal Purukh (The timeless-being or the ever-being or the eternal-being) of Sikhism, is also the same Sadashiva only …
  • Hashim (G-d) of Judaism is also the same Sadashiva only …
  • The holy father is Christianity is also none other than Lord Pashupatinath (i.e. lord of macrocosmic speciology or lord of sheep) who also is none other than a self manifestation of Sadashiva only …
  • The path to the Sanskrit term of “Kaivalya (or isolation from allness and its each part” also passes through Sadashiva only … Without self realization of Sadashiva, Kaivalya Moksha cannot ever be attained by any aspirant …
  • Sri Bhagwan Krishna was an Avatar of Sri Bhagwan Vishnu and yet he was a Swaroop of Sadashiva only … I say this through a direct cognition of this stated fact …
  • The higher of all Samadhi’s (meditative trances) which have been termed as the seedless trance (Nirbija Samadhi) and “trance without alternates (Nirvikalpa Samadhi) are also attained through the blessing of Sadashiva and that too whilst that aspirant is in inner-union to Sadashiva itself …
  • The same Sadashiva has also been addressed as Raja-Bhawan (King’s Palace) in Yoga Sutras …
  • The same Sadashiva is also the Tao of Chinese knowledge systems …
  • The same Sadashiva is also the finality of all sects of Buddhism and Hinduism because there is no evolutionary-path within the entirety of Maker’s Makings, which either does not terminate at one of the five faces of Sadashiva …
  • The Sadashiva is also the creator deity, of all north and south American tribes and of the Australian Aborigines’ … Their sages saw the self-luminous aspect of Sadashiva …
  • The finality of realization within Sadashiva is which would be discussed in a later topic of Mahakaali Mahakaal Yoga (i.e. union of the timeless divinity of the great-time to the eternity of the timeless great time) …
  • And Bhagwan Ardhanarishwara is an eternal attributed-form state of the essentially formless Bhagwan Sadashiva itself …

Due to above and many more reasons it is absolutely right to consider this union as the paramount one, as it leads to the realization of essence of all paths (or knowledge systems or beliefs or faiths) …

This realization is of the “primordial state of macrocosmic nature (i.e. macrocosmic voidness or voidness of allness or emptiness or Sarva Shunya)” and simultaneously it also leads to the realization of the pathless-partless colorless-attributeless being (Parabrahman or Paramshiva), who is also seen residing within a perfect non-dual union to the same primordial nature and is as its pervader and enveloper … Those who have realized thus, are the real knower’s of Sadashiva …

And since Sadashiva in the form of Ardhanarishwara who itself is the attributed-form of the innermost essence (i.e. Sagun Sakaar Awastha of Atman) is inherently and eternally present in everything and everywhere, thus it is also not incorrect to say that this single union is enough to exit from allness (i.e. exit out of be liberated from all thisness, thatness, non thisness and non thatness) of all that ever is or could ever be resting within the purviews of the Maker’s Makings … Due to this reason, the union of our discussion itself is the final one …

This is the one which leads to a state where the aspirant exits out of the entirety of Maker’s Makings and thus is gone, even whilst incarnated … And since Sadashiva as Ardhanarishwara is also the eternally existent one, so such an aspirant to accomplished the discussions of this topic is simultaneously the eternal un-gone, even when already gone, whilst still incarnated …

 

Proceeding further …

Ultimately this union is self realized to be within its form and is also self realized within its formless state … The formless state of this union was already discussed within the earlier topic of “Raam Naad and Prakriti Purusha Yoga” … But in this state of union, it eventually leads to Nirbija Samadhi

Accomplisher of this union is also the one who knows (through a direct cognition) that the Maker’s Makings itself are the macrocosmic and microcosmic states of the same Maker … And thus, a microcosm itself is no different from the macrocosm …

And thus such ones also know, that the creator is the created and thus, each of the created are also none other than being one or another self manifestation of the same creator (as the created) …

Due to this reason, such ones have ever said, “everything is holding the same divinity, as is of the ever-same divine being” …

And thus there are statements in the Vedic lore like … “Everything is Brahman, Brahman is all that ever is, there is nothing but Brahman” … This is the final realization of the path that rests within this topic …

Due to this reason, the path of the accomplishment vehicle of our current discussion (i.e. Ardhanarishwara Sharira) also happens to be the better of all paths … This is because of the fact that this path holds much higher quantum of “oneness to allness and its each part” and it simultaneously is also holding a corresponding “detachment to allness and its each part” …

 

And last but not the least …

This Siddha Body of Ardhanarishwara also denotes the attributes state of innermost essence (or Sagun Atman) and where Atman itself is Brahma or Brahman i.e. This accomplishment vehicle is also the path to self realization of Sagun Brahma via the path of self realization of the Vedic Mahavakya of “Ayam Atma Brahma“, which when translated into English language means as “This is That” … Which in Sanskrit language also interprets as Atman is Brahman” …

 

That’s all …

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The Little Student

Irrespective of what may be apparent to any aspirant of now or ever, within the current transmigrated incarnation I remain as a little student of the Absolute.

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