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Path of Ahum Naad

Ahum Naad ... Sound of Ahum

In this part we shall discuss the path of sound of macrocosmic and microcosmic I’ness (i.e. Ahum Naad or Aham Naad) and why/how it got corrupted during the last five millenniums as were of the divine degenerate age cycle (Deva Kaliyuga) …

We shall also briefly discuss completeness of path of a Vedic Mahavakya, which is of Yajurveda and which was told as Aham Brahmasmi, and which in English means as I Am That , and where the word “That” means the Supreme being (Parambrahma) …

 

CC-1 … State of Ahumkara … Ahum Naad or Aham Naad

The state shown in above painting has an “endless sound of Aaaaaaaa-Hum (i.e. Ahum Naad)” …

Ahum in Sanskrit means I …

And the words Ahum of Sanskrit, also means as I Am (or in other words, Aham Asmi) …

And it eventually leads to self-realization of “Ahum Brahmasmi or I Am That” which as such is the Mahavakya (i.e. a mega-statement) of Yajurveda itself …

Sound of Ahum also means as the aspect of I’ness (Ahumkara) which is intrinsic to the macrocosm and her each microcosm as this is what was as the primordial blessing of the Maker to its Makings and her each part (i.e. each microcosm or each aspirant) …

Since I’ness is a blessing, so all those who say I’ness (Ahumkara) is bad and thus I’ness needs to be let-go (or detached) by every aspirant, are only proving their ignorance +++” … Unless an aspirant appreciates Maker’s blessing to the entirety of IT’s own Makings (Including those who say so), the unity of “I Within that aspirant” to the “I there only is of allness and her each part”, can never materialize as a reality and unless this happens, there cannot ever be a self-realization …

 

Confusion in meanings of Ahumkara and Abhimana 

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

The sages of ancient times had actually told not to hold any “Abhimana” which means “Self-Ego” and this was stated because of the fact that the self is egoless … Thus when we have a self-ego, then we walk on a path that is reciprocal to the path of self-realization, due to which we cannot enter into self-realizations … It was to prevent such a state that the sages had told not to have any Abhimana (i.e. self-ego) …

But as the degenerate age progressed, the word Abhimana (i.e. self-ego) was misinterpreted as Ahamkara (i.e. I’ness) which itself is of Aghora i.e. the south facing, deep blue colored five faces of Sadashiva

Thus when this major fault was arrived, then the self-realized, all-realized Yogi’s also started vanishing from the world … This stage was the primary reason for expansion of degenerative individualism within this world because an absence of I’ness which relates to eternal-unity of microcosm (aspirants) to macrocosm only led to a state where original unity of all paths was broken … When this happened, then individualization of paths was arrived …

Above was because of the fact that when I’ness that each aspirant is blessed with from within the supreme genius of Maker’s Makings, is let go of, then self-realizations cannot happen … Unless there is an I-Within, what self-realization is anybody talking about and I say this because of that fact that “ultimately it is the I-Within who self-realizes Itself”…

Thus when we let go of the I’ness which as such is a blessing of Maker, then there remains no association to the I-Within who ultimately is the one who self-realizes itself and this is what leads to vanishing of paths of self-realization from the world, which in turn paves way for all sorts of individualism’s to enter this world … When individualisms enter a world, the earlier unity of the inhabitants of that world, is also broken …

Thus in reality, all that needs to be let-go (i.e. detached) by an aspirant is Abhimana (self-ego) and not Ahumkara (I’ness) because I’ness is blessing from the Maker unto IT’s own Makings and her each part (i.e. each microcosm or aspirant) … Those aspirants and paths of knowledge who commit this mistake of misinterpreting I’ness (Ahumkara) for self-ego (Abhimana) never self-realize and due to loss of touch to their own selves, they also enter into all sorts of internal chaos which eventually spills outwards within the world …

The proof of correctness of this discussion is very clearly available within this world especially when I compare the present state to my own earlier transmigrated-incarnations which also were within this world itself … As of now there hardly are self-realized, all-realized Yogi’s (Sages) in this world and it was not so during my earlier incarnations which also were within this world itself … During my earlier incarnations, this world was full of such self-realized, all-realized Yogi’s (Sages) … When I study the impressions (Samskaras) that reside within the consciousness plane of this world (Bhu Chitta) and which relate to the last few millenniums, then it is very clear that this absence of self-realized, all-realized Yogi’s (Sages) only started happening after “Abhimana (or self-ego)” which as such is generated by the aspirant was misinterpreted as Ahumkara (or I’ness) which as such is a blessing of the Maker unto the entirety of IT’s own Makings and her each part (i.e. each aspirant) …

The better of all ways is to detach from your own self-generated Abhimana (self-ego) and that too whilst internally-appreciating, perfectly-conserving, secretly-harnessing and subtly-expanding your own Ahumkara (I’ness) so as to slowly but steadily make your own I’ness to unite to the macrocosmic I’ness … This itself is through the path of subconsciously repeating the phrases as are stated here and that too in the same sequence that is listed below …

  • “I or Ahum” …
  • I Am (or I exist OR I eternally exist as the partless-particle of the Absolute Being or That) or, or in other words, Ahum Asmi” …
  • And finally is the repetition of “I Am That (or Aham Brahmasmi)” … This itself is the final realization which gets arrived from the Aghora face of Sadashiva which is being discussed here …
  • Repeat mentally in the sequence in which it is stated here because this is how it actually is during your own evolutionary process …
  • And most importantly … At the same time, stay well-clear of the word and meaning of Abhimana or self-ego …
  • Due to the simplicity in complying to what is written here, this is the better of all paths to self-realization as eventually the “I or Ahum” shall begin relating to “allness and its each part” and thus that aspirant can very easily enter into the state of “Brahmand Dharana or oneness to allness and her each part” which as such is the better of all paths of Yoga …
  • Or in lieu of all above or even in tandem with all above, just keep repeating mentally the phrase “Shivohum” which in English language, means as  “I Am Shiva” and where Shiva only means Paramguru Sadashiva i.e. the corpus of phrases “auspicious-ever-all, ever-auspicious-all and ever-all-auspicious” …

Ahumkara is the better of all tools for self-realization and realization of allness and thus it must never be let go until you have already known all that was to be known during the entirety of your own “almost” eternal evolutionary process …

By above paragraph I mean that never let go of your I’ness (i.e. Ahamkara which as such is a blessing of the Maker) until you reach that state where you self-realize all that is to be eventually realized …

As also a fact that after self-realization, you also cannot hold any I’ness because of the fact that during the process of self-realization, your own I’ness shall only be dissolved within the macrocosmic I’ness itself …

When your own I’ness gets dissolved into macrocosmic I’ness, then you also cease to be an individual because you only relate to the allness of Maker’s Makings … In such a state even when that aspirant may be using the word I to denote himself (or herself) which itself is due to lack of appropriate word to describe that state in a language, yet that I only means allness … Thus for such an aspirant, I does not mean an individuality of that aspirant (as it only means the allness as is of the Maker’s Makings) …

And then a further stage shall arrive, where that macrocosmic I’ness shall also be detached by you because at this stage your own self (Atman) shall be found to be naught but the self of allness and her each part (i.e. Brahman) … When this happens, you neither hold an I-within (Atman) which is distinct from the I-of-allness (Parabrahman) nor do you hold any microcosmic-I’ness which is distinct from I’ness of allness … And yet you do not relate to anything like I’ness and self-ego as both are found to be missing due to being dissolved into their respective macrocosmic causes …

Unless this holding of Ahumkara (i.e. I’ness) is there, no self-realization is ever possible for any aspirant and such ones would just keep blabbering what they learnt from others or what they came to know after reading authentic-scriptures and that too, without even having a direct cognition of what they speak about … And such are also the ones who make Spirituality, Yoga and Dharma into a business instead of what it was meant be as the best path of evolution ever made within the Maker’s Makings …

As also a fact that those who do not self-realize also do not qualify to enter into Kaivalya Moksha (i.e. final liberation due to permanent and full isolation from allness and her each part) …

Kaivalya Moksha is only after a direct cognition of the “Atman (or self within)” as Brahman (or self of allness) which itself is after the realization of the fact that the entire macrocosm in its subtle energy state is eternally present within the aspirants microcosm itself … Unless the former is arrived at, the latter cannot even arrive for any aspirant … And also a fact that the former stage (or the cognition of the macrocosm within microcosm) is also of vast number of steps, all of which shall have to be transited through prior the latter stage (of Atman is Brahman) can be self-realized …

Thus conserve the Ahumkara until you self-realize and never listen to any of the stupid teachers of today who say any otherwise that what is written here because they are only taking you away from the blessing of the Maker (i.e. Ahumkara as is of the Aghora face of Shiva) … Most of the aspirants don’t succeed because they fail in complying to what is written here … And also remember that the last pathless-partless path is always walked alone i.e. free from allness and her each part, which also means free of both Abhimana and Ahumkara …

Only after the self-realization happens and is fully completed, should any aspirant let-go of the Ahumkara through the above shown figure itself i.e. only after all that is to be known, is already known does your own subtle I’ness (blue colored astral vehicle or astral body) merge into Aghora face of Sadashiva (i.e. the blue formless state as is shown in above figure) … Never prior to the stage which is told here can your own blue body ever merge to the blue macrocosmic state of Aghora …

Aghora is the better of all paths of self-realization and it is due to this reason, I consider Aghora as the higher of all paths of unity to allness and her each part …

Thus have I stated earlier, that all those who do not utilize the primordial blessing of the Maker i.e. I’ness (Ahumkara) and instead try to let go of it, are ignorant of what Ahumkara really means … And those Yogi’s who let go of Ahumkara, never survive a self-realization i.e. that always die during the self-realization or soon after it … It is due to this reason, not many Yogi’s have ever survived a Nirbija Samadhi (seedless trance or entering into a seedless or impressionless state of consciousness) because they never understood the importance of Ahumkara (or I’ness) as is of the Aghora face of Sadashiva … Any aspirant who enters into Nirbija Samadhi is already gone, even when he (or she) may still be apparent as incarnated …

 

Aghora, Ahum Naad or Aham Naad and Yajurveda Mahavakya 

Aghora face is also related to the realization of the Mega-Statement (Mahavakya) of Yajurveda which was told by Vedic sages as “Ahum Brahmasmi or I AM THAT (i.e. Atman is Brahman)” …

But the realization (of Ahum Brahmasmi) also needs to be at least within the three primary aspects which were listed in an earlier topic of “As IT eventually became” …

Thus basis above paragraph, the fullness of this realization (of Ahum Brahmasmi or I Am That) is only when the three primary aspects of Brahman are self-realized i.e. the aspirant self-realizes the attributed-form (Sagun Sakaar Awastha), the attributed formless aspect (Sagun Nirakaar), and attributeless-infinite (Nirgun Nirakaar) states of Brahman … As also a fact that to self-realize these three primary aspects of Brahman, the other aspects which were listed in an earlier topic of “As IT eventually became”, would also need to be directly-cognized by that aspirant … The shown figure is denoting the path towards completeness (or fullness) of such a self-realization only …

 

CC-2 … Stages of union to Ahum Naad …

Here we shall discuss the stage of union to Ahum Naad and a few other aspects …

The sound of Ahum (or Ahum Naad) also means “the intrinsic I’ness of allness and her each part” …

And this sound (i.e. Ahum) also means the “sound of macrocosmic and microcosmic I’ness” …

As we had discussed earlier that the macrocosm itself is a self-expressed, self-manifested self-presence of the same supreme-being … And since the entire macrocosm in its subtle impressional-energy state (i.e. Samskarik-Divyata) is also present within you, so the I’ness of the greater macrocosmic creation within which your physical vehicle rests and the subtle macrocosm which is within you, are one and the same only and yet both these are the same as your own I’ness (Ahumkara) that you were blessed with from within the supreme genius of Maker’s Makings … Those who know it such, are resting in unity to allness and her each part (i.e. Brahmand Yoga) …

And those who have let go of their own I’ness into macrocosmic I’ness and thence also let go of macrocosmic I’ness due to a self-realization where their own innermost essence (i.e. Atman) is found to be the essence of allness (Brahman), are Brahm Yogi’s (i.e. those who have already self-realized their own Atman to be Brahman) … Such a Yogi holds no abilities (Siddhi’s or accomplishments) except of Kaivalya Moksha (or liberation due to isolation from allness and her each part) … Thus state the Vedas that those who unite to the attributeless infinite Absolute-being hold no Siddhi’s … And in addition to this, the ancient sages who has known what is stated here also used to say that such a Yogi must also never bless anyone else due absence of relationship of that Yogi to the microcosmic and macrocosmic aspects of mind (Manomaye Kosha), microcosmic and macrocosmic knowledge (Vijyanmaye Kosha), macrocosmic and microcosmic consciousness (Chitta), microcosmic and macrocosmic I’ness (Ahumkara) and vital-airs (Pranamaye Kosha) and other such aspects within him (or her) … This is because prior to the stage which is described here, all such aspects are already merged to their respective macrocosmic principal states and thus that Yogi walks alone and free of all such aspects and all associated suchness … And yet if needed for the betterment of the greater whole, these Yogi’s can recall these aspects and utilize them only to the extent of need of those times and that too whilst maintaining their inner detachment to all such aspects (as they have essentially detached from these already) … All this is possible through the Ahum Naad itself as this Aghora face of Shiva is essentially a complete one …

As far as above figure is concerned, the formless state of macrocosmic I’ness is shown on the left side and the microcosmic I’ness (or I’ness of an aspirant) which relates to the blue colored body is shown on the right hand side …

The blue colored body is the astral vehicle (which is also called as the subtle body in addition to its Sanskrit name of Sookshma Sharira) and it also has the same “endless sound of Ahum” inherent within it … Due to this reason, there really is no need to self-realize the above shown attributed-formless (Sagun Nirakaar) state of sound of Ahum (through the path of subtler travel to Ahum Naad as shown in above painting) … And even then this stated fact is true, but when the aspirant arrives at a state of ripeness and rightness (of evolutionary standing) to let go of the I’ness itself, then that aspirants subtle blue colored body (i.e. Sookshma Sharira) always travels to Ahum Naad and merges there itself … This is what is shown in above painting …

And when the microcosmic I’ness (i.e. the blue body of above painting) merges to the macrocosmic I’ness (i.e. the formless state which is shown on the left hand side of above figure) then such a condition is like a drop of water merging to the ocean and thence becoming the ocean itself … The same state is of the aspirant whose own microcosmic-I’ness (i.e. the blue colored body) merges to the macrocosmic I’ness (i.e. Aghora face of Sadashiva as is shown on the left side of above painting) … This union leads to a self-realization of the Mahavakya (i.e. mega-statement) of Yajurveda which the ancient sages had told as “Ahum Brahmasmi or I Am That” and that too in all aspects which were stated in an earlier topic of “As IT eventually became” …

And because this sound (or Ahum) denotes the I’ness within the macrocosmic and microcosmic creation (i.e. macrocosm and her each microcosm) and since the “I that is within” the macrocosm and microcosm is all that is available as the Makers blessing (to each aspirant) so as to self-realize and since this self-realization can only be through inner-wisdom (i.e. Gyan) so this painted state also denotes the “Gyan Shakti (i.e. the pristine-divinity of wisdom)” of Maker’s Makings …

Gyan-Shakti by itself is the base or root of all desires, including the primordial desire of any microcosm, which as such was to know “Who am I” …

Due to this reason, Aghora face of Sadashiva is also the base of all paths that relate to knowledge of “Who Am I” and this itself is fulfilled through the self-realization of “I Am That (Ahum Brahmasmi)” which is arrived through the Aghora itself … It is due to this reason that during those long gone and forgotten ancient times, Aghora was also told to be the holder of Gyan-Shakti (or the pristine-divinity of knowledge of the Absolute) by the self-realized sages of Sanatan Dharma …

Thus those aspirants whose Sookshma Sharira (i.e. astral body or microcosmic I’ness) has already merged to Aghora face of Sadashiva (i.e. the macrocosmic I’ness) are the ones who hold the highest knowledge i.e. knowledge of allness and her each part or in other words, the knowledge of Maker’s Makings … And the knower of allness and her each part, is also the one who sees the entire multi-universal macrocosmic creation as we see ourselves in the mirror … That knower of allness was also termed as a Buddha +++

+++ Explaining +++ of above paragraph … The word Buddha comes from the word Buddhi, which means knowledge and knowledge cannot even be knowledge until it relates to allness and her each part … Thus the word Buddha only means “Knower of allness” and thus such a one can even be the termed as the seer of the Maker’s Makings …

And since the Maker’s Makings itself are the self-expressed, self-manifested, self-present macrocosmic state of the Maker, so the macrocosmic creation or Maker’s Makings, by itself is the Vishvaroop Brahma (i.e. macrocosmic state of the Maker) and its allness of knowledge-conscious-activity principle … This was the reason for this topic to be the first esoteric one of this text, as without Aghora there cannot ever be any knowledge of any of the higher subtleties as are of the supreme genius of the Maker’s Makings … The one who merges to Aghora is the knower of allness itself …

Unless an aspirant rests within the primordial desire i.e. the desire to know “Who Am I”, the further self-realization of the mega-statement of Yajurveda i.e. “I Am That (or Ahum Brahmasmi)” can never be arrived at by that aspirant … And to know “I Am That (or Ahum Brahmasmi)”, the path cannot be any other than that of Yajurveda because it was only through Yajurveda that this knowledge was manifested within the macrocosmic creation … This paragraph is an absolute fact as far as self-realization of Aghora face of Sadashiva and the further self-realization of “I Am That (or Ahum Brahmasmi)” which is being discussed here, is concerned …

Because Aghora as is shown in above painting is the south facing face of Sadashiva, so this was also the reason for the Vedic monastery of “Sringeri Sarada Peetha” and Yajurveda to be associated to the southern direction itself … And this is also the reason for “Ahum Brahmasmi (i.e. I Am That)” to be the mega-statement (or Mahavakya) of the southern Vedic monastery (i.e. Sringeri Sarada Peetha) …

 

Proceeding further …

Even when above figure denotes that macrocosmic-state which leads to the self-realization of this fact of “I Am That”, but as far as above figure is concerned, it only denotes this self-realization within an “attributed-formless state (i.e. Sagun Nirakaar Awastha as is of the formless Aghora which is shown in the left hand side of above figure)” and within an attributed form (Sagun Sakaar Awastha as is of the subtle body shown in above figure) …

Thus the finality of this realization of “I Am That (or Ahum Brahmasmi” which as such is related to the attributeless-infinite supreme-being (i.e. Nirgun Nirakaar Brahm) is not denoted by above figure … And yet this self-realization is inherently present within above figure due to the fact that the attributeless-infinite, is also the omnipresent one … But because the attributeless (Nirguna) is colorless-aspectless (Nirvarna), so it cannot even be painted in this figure …

There cannot ever be a description of the finality of realization as is of the attributeless-Infinite being (Nirgun Nirakaar Brahm) because of the fact that the “attributeless (i.e. Nirgun)” can never be described in attributed-words due to IT’s vibrationless and thus a soundless state (i.e. a state which is free of words of any languages cannot be made to rest in words) … And that attributeless-Infinite being (Nirgun Nirakaar or Brahm) can also not be described in paintings as the attributeless is a colorless state which is devoid of all characteristics (Nirvarna) … Due to the reasons listed here, the attributeless-Infinite being (Nirgun Nirakaar Brahm) can neither be described in words nor in sketches … Due to this reason, the sages have only referred-to that attributeless-infinite within the Vedic Mahavakyas (i.e. mega-statements of Vedas) … It is also due to this reason, the Vedic mega-statements don’t describe the attributeless-infinite being, as these only are as a reference to self-realize IT …

As such basis above paragraph, the formless part which is shown on the left-hand side of above painting is referring to the attributed-formless state (i.e. Sagun Nirakaar Awastha) of the Absolute-being and that too as per IT’s own Aghora face of Sadashiva  … And the blue colored body which is shown on the right-hand side of above painting is referring to the attributed-form state (i.e. Sagun Sakaar Awastha) of the same Absolute-beings Aghora face of Sadashiva, which as such is within each aspirant and that too, as the astral vehicle (Sookshma Sharira) of each aspirant … Realization of the unity of these two is also the stage of knowing the inner meaning of a Vedic mega-statement “Shivohum, which in English language means as Shiva Am I” …

Since nothing more can ever be painted regarding this discussion, so this painting is also the final painted sketch of that Absolute-being and that too as its own self-expression as the Aghora face of Sadashiva …

The finality of realization of the Vedic Mahavakya which relates to the Aghora face of Sadashiva is of “Ahum Brahmasmi or I Am That” and this itself is through a knowledge of the eternal-union of one’s own “attributeless essence or Nirgun-Atman or the attributeless I within” to the “attributeless-infinite essence of allness (or Nirgun Nirakaar Brahm or Brahman)” … But the problem is that this condition cannot be described, even when it definitely is realizable …

 

CC-3 … Discussing Ahum Asmi …

Discussions on the phrase “Ahum Asmi … I Am” …

The Sanskrit word “Ahum” also means “I Am … or Ahum Asmi” …

But the reality of what is denoted by this phrase of “I Am (or Aham Asmi)” is only self-realized by an aspirant after the stage of “Asmita or Am’ness” as shall be discussed in a later topic of Rudra-Deva (i.e. ALA Naad) and which is also present within each aspirant is, united to the “I’ness or Ahumkara” of that aspirant, as is being discussed in this topic …

This Asmita (Am’ness) is also emanated out of the above painting and is shown as a red colored light being emanated out of the blue colored envelope of Ahum Naad … Only after this red light strikes the astral vehicle (Sookshma Sharira which is shown as a body of blue color in above painting) does the aspirants astral vehicle realizes the real innermost meaning of “Ahum Asmi” …

Within the attributed-form (Sagun-Sakaar) and also within an attributed-formless (Sagun Nirakaar) conditions of self realization of what is described in above figure, Ahum Asmi means I Am or I exist or I am the eternally existent one or I eternally Am …

Continuing with above paragraph … And in the finality of this realization which as such relates only to the innermost essence of the aspirant (I.e. Atman) and its eternally unioned state to the essence of allness and her each part (i.e. Brahman) the same statement (of Ahum Asmi) means “I am no longer what I earlier was as an attributed form and formless state”, because I Am what I essentially Am as the attributeless-Infinite being who as such is free of all attributes and form-formless aspects due to its omnipresence within the entirety of Maker’s Makings … And beyond … At this stage of realization, the observer is the observation and observed and thus the realizer is the realization and realized … Due to the absence of duality of these three, the innermost essence (i.e. one who is observing whilst simultaneously being the observer and observed) only stays as a witness to what is observed by it … This witnessing is also without taking any part in anything … Thus the Vedas have stated that the supreme witness of “allness and her each part”, is the attributeless-infinite being (i.e. Brahman) who never takes part in anything and this is even when “allness and her each part” is naught but a self-expression, self-manifestation and thus is a proof of the self-presence of that same supreme being (Brahman) as allness and her each part (i.e. Maker’s Makings and her each microcosm) … That aspirant who knows what is stated here and that too through a direct cognition knows the meanings of all Vedic Mahavakyas  (i.e. such an aspirant knows the innermost meaning of all mega-statements of the Vedas) the finality of which is of “Ayam Atma Brahm or This (essence of the aspirant) is That (Brahman or attributeless-infinite Absolute)” …

But to get to the realization that is mentioned in above paragraph, the earlier realization of Asmita (Am’ness) needed to be transited through … This transit is only through the stage of Rajoguna Samadhi (or trance within macrocosmic attribute of action) as against the present discussion which as such is through the Tamoguna Samadhi (i.e. trance within the macrocosmic attribute of inertia) … Thus it is due to this reason that the Yogic Lore’s implicitly state, Asmita to be after Ahumkara and the state is also referred to in our current discussion on “Ahum Asmi” where Ahum (Ahumkara) is written prior Asmita …

And this realization of “Ahum Asmi or I Am (or I exist)” in turn leads to a further realization, which could be stated as follows “I Exist as an intrinsic-part of the intrinsic-pluralistic nature of allness and yet essentially am resting within her monism” … Thus it is due to this reason, those who know “Ahum Asmi or I Am” through a direct cognition, always talk and walk a path which is based upon the intrinsic-pluralism and essential-monism of the macrocosmic creation (i.e. self-expressed, self-manifested and self-present macrocosmic state of the Maker, which as such is Vishvaroop Brahma only) …

 

Proceeding even further, but continuing within the same discussion …

And after the blue vehicle (astral vehicle of the aspirant) merges to the blue envelope of above figure and thus the blue colored vehicle loses its own individuality from its own macrocosmic primary (or parental) cause I.e. Ahum Naad, then it also leads to a realization that “In my earlier individual-duality from allness, I only existed as a micro-form of the macrocosmic creation” …

And after the individual-duality is already let go by the astral vehicle due to its union to its own macrocosmic primary (or parental) cause i.e. Aghora face of Sadashiva (or Ahum Naad), then that aspirant only knows the truth of what is stated below …

“I Am That I Ever-Am” …

Above was also stated within the much-much later knowledge systems as were of the Biblical Lore’s … This was told during a conversation that takes place between God and the great sage Moses (who is also known as Moshe in Judaism and whose original Sanskrit name was Mokshe which as such means “One who rests within a liberated state, even whilst alive” and thus this word is a synonym of the ancient Vedic term “Jeevanmukti which means liberated whilst still alive”) … In that conversation the same thing is written as follows … “I Am That I Am” …

 

Now I shall describe the hidden path to above statement because the requirement of knowing the hidden path was also reflected within the critical mass of the macrocosmic impressional fields due to which the current transmigrated incarnation of this little student (who writes this text) had happened …

And because the followers of the Biblical Lore’s had heavily contributed to building of that critical mass of consciousness which led to my current transmigrated incarnation, so I shall also remain with no choice but to satisfy that critical mass of consciousness … It shall also be due to this reason that I shall have to quote the Biblical lore in my discussions, but only to that extent which is needed to satisfy the needs (or requirements) of that critical mass of consciousness which was built up by the inhabitants of this world and during the last few millenniums (and especially by the followers of the Bible) …

And yet because the critical mass which was built up within the consciousness plane of this world also has inputs from other religions, so I shall also remain with choice but to quote those texts which relate to what was desired by the inhabitants of this world …

So due to above reason, at least seven religions shall have to be referred to within the discussions in this text … Thus Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism, native religions of various lands, Christianity, Islam and Judaism shall have to be referred to simultaneously within this text and wherever needed to satisfy the requirements of the developed critical mass of consciousness … But this reference shall only be to the extent which satisfies that which was desired from within the developed critical mass of consciousness which the inhabitants of this world have only built up themselves, during the last few millenniums …

And yet because the consciousness impressional mass primarily relates to the paths of oneness of allness, so these discussions shall also have to be in such a way that everything ultimately becomes one …

But since oneness cannot even be unless the root of all philosophies is considered as a base, so I have remained with no choice but to refer to Sanatan Vedic Arya Dharma (which also includes the paths of Agama or in other words, Sanatan Agama Arya Dharma) as the base of this text because this itself is the original root from where all later concepts, their philosophies and religious texts had originated … So don’t blame me that I chose the Sanatan Vedic Arya Dharma (which also includes the paths of Sanatan Agama Arya Dharma) as the base of this text as what was primarily desired was unity, which cannot even be until the root philosophy of the entire tree of philosophy is considered as a base …

And since the path of unity also cannot be arrived within a world until faults are listed, so I also remain with no choice but to be apolitical and undiplomatic as far as this aspect is concerned …

 

So basis above we move further …

And in this realization, there is also a further cognition which could be stated thus …

“What I Am” is none other than “A multi-universe within THE multi-universe” … Thus is the self-realization of the aspirant where he (or she) only sees himself (or herself) to be “A macrocosm within THE macrocosm” …

Thus is the importance of the Aghora face of Sadashiva in all paths that relate to self-realization of “I Am That eternal, That I eternally Am” within my own innermost essential nature and which as such was originally stated by self-realized, all-realized Yogi’s (Sages) through the Mahavakya of Yajurveda … “I Am That (or Ahum Brahmasmi)” and a further Mahavakya which was told to be as “Ahum Asmi or I Am …

This statement of “Ahum Asmi” eventually means “I Eternally-Am (or in other words, I Ever-Am)” because of the fact that allness and her each part is none other than one or another aspect (i.e. self-manifestation and self-presence) of the same self-expression of the ever-same Absolute being and that too within an intrinsically-pluralistic and yet an essentially-monist state …

Continuing with above paragraph … And since there was no limitation placed upon that self expression, so that self expression also rested within the finalities of dimensions in addition to resting within all unitary values of these dimensions (i.e. the self-expression also rested within all sorts of individualities of all sorts of microcosm’s, all of which were originated only due to the intrinsically-pluralistic nature of that self-expression itself) …

Continuing with above paragraph … Thus because of above paragraph, the macrocosmic creation could only become as follows … She became divided into all sorts of individual microcosm’s and yet she was resting within her impressional energy state inside each of these microcosm’s and this is what led to her apparently and intrinsically pluralistic nature … And since each microcosm was also having the same macrocosmic creation within itself, so it eventually was the same macrocosmic creation which kept operating from within each of these microcosmic states and this is what led to the essential monism of all parts of allness (i.e. essential unity of all microcosms) …

Continuing with above paragraph … And yet she also became such that she rested in the finalities of dimensions (due to absence of limitations within the self-expression of the Maker) and thus she became also became eternal (as per the finality of dimension of time), infinite (as per the finality of dimension of space), omnidirectional (as per the finality of dimension of directions or paths that could be to self-realize the ever-same Absolute-being) and omnipresent (as per the finality of dimension of states, which itself led to vast hierarchy of grossness and subtleties to get manifested) …

Continuing with above paragraph … And because these dimensions which rested within all sorts of unitary values and were also simultaneously resting within their finalities, were also eternally unioned to each other, so it eventually was from within their union the macrocosmic creation also became the omnipotent, omnicompetent, omnifarious, omniscient, omni-conscious, omniparient and omni-various … And this was even when she essentially was a corpus of all the individual microcosm’s which made her to be a macrocosmic state …

And thus is the state of realization of “I Am That I Am” as is stated in the Bible which as such denotes the Maker only and that too in a state where the creator itself is the created and creation process and simultaneously the creator is also beyond these three due to the fact that that within IT’s finality as attributeless-infinite Absolute-being, IT only is a supreme witness of its own self-expression, self-manifestation and self-presence as its own Makings … That’s the real meaning of the Biblical statement of “I Am That I Am” which as such is directly related to the much-much earlier Vedic knowledge of “Ahum Brahmasmi or I Am That”, Ahum Asmi or I Am and Ahum or I which is being discussed here … Essentially these three phrases relate to the same Aghora face of Sadashiva (i.e. Ahum Naad) which is being discussed here …

Deviating a bit … And the painting which is shown above, is also holding that secret path which leads to a self-realization of that which is being discussed here … Thus those aspirants who rest within a ripeness and rightness of evolutionary standings and are true Mumukshu (i.e. ones who only want to be liberated and nothing more than this is desired by them) and have also been a party to development of the consciousness mass which led to manifestation of this knowledge, would just need to look at the painted sketches of this topic and then as their incarnated times progress, they shall also know what is told here and they shall also know what is intentionally not explicitly-told here … Not telling explicitly is only to ensure that those who were not a party to the development of the critical mass which led to writing the topics of this text are kept away from what they have not even desired and thus have not deserved to know …

Continuing with above paragraph … As also, all painted sketches of this and other topics have the aspects of above paragraph inherently placed within them and due to this reason, all those who have desired to know and thus have been a party to the development of the critical mass of consciousness (i.e. Samskaras which rest within the Bhu Chitta) which led to manifestation of this knowledge, shall eventually know whatever they had desired through their own imprinted impressions (within the developed critical mass) which led to a specific topic to be written in this text … And those who have not been a party to development of the critical mass or have only been a party to a specific aspect to which a topic relates, would not self-realize that which they had not desired for, from within the developed critical mass of consciousness …

Continuing with above paragraph … Thus to know all that is written in this text, can only be by those ones whose impressional imprints within the developed critical mass of impressions are related to the entirety of knowledge of Maker’s Makings … And those aspirants whose imprints only relate to one specific topic, shall only self realize that topic (and not the entirety of what is written in this text) …

Continuing with above paragraph … And don’t approach this little student for anything, as it’s not even required because the discussions and paintings of this text hold their own consciousness-knowledge-activity-veiling-unveiling principles, which as such is enough to satisfy the requirements of the developed critical mass of consciousness for which this text had to be written (and some parts of it also painted) …

Resuming again from where we had deviated … This is the culmination of realization is when the aspirants subtle vehicle (i.e. the blue colored astral body or Sookshma Sharira) merges to the “Aghora face of Sadashiva” … Above painting only shows the state which is just prior this merger actually takes place … This merger can take place during a meditation or can even take place during sleep when the astral vehicle is out of the body …

And when that subtle vehicle is already merged, then that “subtle vehicle also vanishes from its own sight” +++ and thus is no longer at the location as is shown in above painting …

+++ Explaining +++ of an earlier paragraph … By the phrase “It vanishes from its own sight” I mean that the subtle vehicle (i.e. the blue colored vehicle as shown in above figure) becomes absorbed (i.e. non-dually unioned) into its own primary and parental cause (i.e. Aghora face of Sadashiva or Ahum Naad) and thus it cannot see itself to be different from its own cause … This union is the stage when the attributed-form state of the subtler vehicle merges and becomes one to its own attributed-formless cause and this could be compared to a drop of water which meets the ocean and becomes the ocean itself … Thus even of this union happens during sleep time, yet it shall tender the same results as are of a drop merging to the ocean …

After the mind of that aspirant is dissolved into the Aghora face of Sadashiva, then the aspirant also knows thus … I have eternally been “That” because “That” exactly is what I essentially have been, since that timeless eternity that has gone by since the stage when I was originally begun as a microcosm within the supreme genius of the Maker’s Makings …

Thus this figure also denotes the state of the astral vehicle which enters into its own primary macrocosmic cause …

And above figure is also depicting the culmination of astral travel (i.e. Sookshma Sharira Gaman) …

And because the main component of Sookshma Sharira (subtle vehicle or astral vehicle) is the “mind sheath (i.e. Manomaye Kosha)” which itself is of a blue color and since the mind sheath (Manomaye Kosha) is an intrinsic-part of this macrocosmic state (Ahum Naad or Aghora face of Sadashiva) itself, so the mind sheath (i.e. Manomaye Kosha) also has the same sound (i.e. the sound of Ahum) inherently present within it …

From above figure is spontaneously manifested (i.e. self-manifested) the rejuvenating aspect of Sadashiva … This rejuvenating aspect was addressed as Rudra Deva in the Vedic lore … Rudra-Deva shall be discussed in a later topic whose title shall be “ALA Naad (or in other words, it means as the sound of ALA)” because this is a vast discussion which as such relates to essential unity of Hinduism to Buddhism and Islam and vice-versa …

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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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