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Myself within Myself … The path

This topic is to briefly explain the meaning of statement Myself within Myself which as such remains as the path of all self-realizations which shall be discussed within this text …

 

Myself Within Myself … Path of Shakta, Shaiva and  Vaishnava

This path is based upon the ways of life of fully accomplished ones, who are addressed as Siddha’s within the vast-vast pluralistic yet monist lore’s of Sanatan Nigam (i.e. Vedic) Arya Dharma and Sanatan Agama Arya Dharma during the ancient times as were of my much-much earlier transmigrated incarnations …

These ways of life were based upon the path of “Myself Within Myself” which in a nutshell could be stated thus …

“Inward a Shakta, Outward a Shaiva and in the world a Vaishnava +++” …

The little student who writes this text as per the instructions of his eternal guide Sri Bhagwan Vishnu (Sanatan Gurudeva Sriman Naaraayana) had crossed this stage many-many incarnations ago …

+++ Explaining +++ of the earlier paragraph …

  • Shakta means worshiper of divinity who pervades and envelopes allness or pristine-divinity or Devi-Maa or Maa-Shakti or divine mother of all that ever is or could ever be and who also the pristine divinity who pervaded (i.e. permeates) the activity principle of all that ever is … Without the supreme blessing of Maa-Shakti, none of below can ever be arrived at …
  • Shaiva means the worshiper of the Ever-All or Divine-being or Shiva or supreme-father or the supreme-guide or the destruction-rejuvenation principle of all that ever is and where the rejuvenating principle itself holds the origination and preservation principles within it … This is because of the fact that after the process of destruction-rejuvenation is commenced, without the other two principles inherently present within the rejuvenating principle, no rejuvenation can take place (because such a state would only lead to a final annihilation of that state which is being rejuvenated … So due to this reason, the origination, preservation and destruction principles are inherently present within the supreme rejuvenation principle or Shiva) …
  • Vaishnava means the worshiper of Sri-Bhagwan Vishnu or the elderly principle (Jyeshtha-Siddhant) or the higher principle or the Eternal-Guide or the preservation principle of all that ever is … Without this preservation principle inherently present within all above listed principles, nothing can be sustained till eternity and due to this reason, this principle was also addressed as the Jyeshtha-Siddhant or elderly principle or the elder-brother principle or the Par-Pitamah Siddhant or Parmatman Siddhant …

Above path of “Myself within Myself” only rests within the essence of wise-words that there ultimately is “nowhere to go, nothing to do, nobody to be”

This is also the stage in which the aspirant walks Himself within Himself (or Herself Within Herself, if the aspirant is a woman because Vedic lore’s have given equal importance to the masculine and feminine principles which are eternally present within allness and also within her each part) … And thus this could even be told as the stage of walking though the path which an aspirant walks within the essence of the statement given below …

“Swayam Hee, Swayam Mei” …

And this is what leads to the next stage of evolutionary process and this next stage which is discussed below may even take many-many incarnations that would also need to run across the eons and eons that may even be taken after above stage which was stated as the path of “Myself within Myself” is entered by an aspirant … Thus the next stage which is also briefly discussed below is the really-really difficult part of one’s evolutionary process because of the need of ensuring a consistency of above path across many-many incarnations that follow from above mentioned stages to the below ones … Due to this reason, not even a handful of aspirants have ever made it to the next state (which is discussed below) during the entirety of history of the Maker’s Makings

As above path matures for an aspirant, that aspirant sees an absence of My’ness … By My’ness I mean an absence of “This is mine … This is not mine … This is neither mine nor not mine … This is neither of another nor of yet another” … This itself is due to the manifestation of an inner knowledge that the attributeless-infinite being (which in Sanskrit language is called as Nirgun Nirakaar Brahm) cannot be restricted to anyone due to its omnipresent omni-directionality timeless infinite nature” …

This leads to a state where that aspirant becomes internally devoid of all aspects that relate to I’ness (which in Sanskrit language is called as Ahumkara), Am’ness (which in Sanskrit language is called as Asmita), Is’ness (Sarvata) and Not’ness (or in other words, Shunyata) because for such an aspirant all these aspects lose their earlier charm … Or in other words, an aspirant holds no attachment to such aspects during his or her ways of life when he or she arrives at an evolutionary ripeness and rightness for entering into the next stage which is discussed below …

 

Himself within Himself … Next stage …

Above stage in turn leads to the opening up of the pathless-partless path which is walked within the essence of the statement “Itself Within Itself” and which could be stated thus …

“Inward an Atmana, Outward a Sarva and in the multi-universe a Brahmana+++

But this stage was already was achieved during my much-much earlier transmigrated incarnations and the same was also re-manifested after initiation (Deeksha) by Gurudeva Gautama Buddha (i.e. Guru of my previous incarnation) …

 

+++ Explaining +++ of above paragraph …

  • The word Atmana means “one who is fully rested upon the essence that is within (i.e. fully rested in oneness to his or her own Atman” …

 

  • The word Sarva means “one who is based upon the final pervader and enveloper of allness and her each part” …

 

  • The word Brahmana means a knower of all of the following …
  • One who knows allness and her each part …
  • One who knows the essence within (I.e. Atman) …
  • One who is knower of the pervader and enveloper of allness and its each part (I.e. Brahman)” …
  • One who knows the eternal union of the macrocosm to the microcosm … And vice versa …
  • One who knows the macrocosm within his (or her) own microcosm and vice versa … And the eternally unioned state of these two …
  • One who knows the eternally unioned state of the essence within (Atman) and the essence of allness and her each part (i.e. Brahman) …
  • Thus the term Brahmana means “one who is based upon allness and her each part and thus is the knower of allness which is present within and beyond that aspirant and such a one is also a knower of own essence (Atman), the essence of allness (Parambrahma or Brahman) in addition to being a knower of the eternal union of innermost essence that is within an aspirant (Atman) to the essence of allness (Nirgun Nirakaar Brahm)” …

The path to above stage is a partless-pathless one which also rests within the essence of the wise-words that there eventually is “nowhere to go, nothing to do, nobody to be”

 

And this path eventually leads to the infinite yet undefined, knowable yet beyond knowledge, realizable yet indescribable, beyond imaginations-visualizations and yet which is the ever-same who is within and beyond each aspirant, omnipresent yet a detached witness (Sakshi) of all, attributeless all pervading truth yet a detached pervader and enveloper of all attributes and thus is the eternal one who is beyond the bounds of individual-dualities of time-space-directions and states …

Thus this path leads to the supreme hermit (Poorna Sanyasi) who itself is the fully isolated one (Keval) and thus is the supreme being who is also addressed as the attributeless infinite being (which in Sanskrit language is called as Parabrahman) and is also addressed through a variety of names which shall be referred to in appropriate topics of this text …

This is the stage of walking “Itself within Itself” which could be stated thus …

“A Supreme-Self within The Supreme-Self” …

And thus if I were to state this in Devanagari Language (Daughter of Sanskrit) then it would be as follows …

“Brahm Hee, Brahm Mei” …

 

Himself Within Himself … Primarily a Shaiva Marg …

Irrespective of what anybody may say after reading these very brief discussions on this topic, this remains as the Shaiva Marga (i.e. Path of Shiva and his worshipers), Shakta Marga (path of worshippers of Shakti) and Vaishnava Marg (path of worshippers of Sri Vishnu) and yet it primarily is a Shaiva Path only  …

The same fact is also beautifully stated in Shiva Purana Kotirudra Samhita 7.15 … As follows …

सर्वे रुद्रम भजनयेवा रुद्र: किंचिद भजेंनाहि

स्वात्मा भक्तावातसलयाद भजत्येवा कदाचन

 

Translation:

Everyone worships Rudra but Rudra doesn’t worship anyone.

For the sake of devotees Rudra only meditates upon himself

 

Thus as walks Rudra Deva (i.e. Shiva Bhagwan), so walks the aspirant within the path of this text …

Thus basis above discussions, the entire path of this text could be stated thus …

“Rudra Within Rudra” …

 

Me all true aspirant stay under the blessings of my Paramguru-Ishta-Bhagwan Rudra Deva (Bhagwan Shiva) who manifests as the Sagun Sakaar Atman (i.e. attributed-form of the attributeless-infinite essence) which eternally is within each true aspirant since the timeless eternity and this is how that Atman stays, until fathomless eternity as is of the supreme genius of the Maker’s Makings

 

That’s all …

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