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Proceeding into ALA Naad

ALA Naad ... When close to central yellow orb showing Tejas

Above figure describes Rudra Deva (sound of ALA or ALA Naad) when the subtle travelling vehicle (of the aspirant who realizes this state) is stationed in closer proximity to central yellow orb of ALA as has been shown in above painting … Here we shall discuss the fact that Buddha ALA or ALA Buddha or Rudra of Vedas itself is the lord of Tejas and Tejas Naadi (or channel of heat luminosity), Yamuna Nadi (or Yamuna River), Surya Naadi (Sun Channel) and Pingala Naadi (or Tawny channel or right hand channel), all of which are present inside each aspirant (i.e. Sadhaka) and thus all these can be self realzied within the aspirants microcosm (physical vehicle) itself …

 This experience (I mean realization) also happened many years ago …

 

FF-1 … Buddha ALA or ALA Buddha or Rudra of Vedas …

This state is primarily of four colors and these colors are Orange, reddish-coppery maroon, yellow and diamond white …

  • The base (or floor on which the subtler orange vehicle walks) within the painted state of ALA Naad is of a very subtle yet bright orange color of vast dimensional expanses …
  • The middle yellow orb is neither exactly round nor exactly elliptical, but is close to the shape as is shown here and this yellow orb has diamond-white semi-lunar lights in it (these diamond white semi-lunar lights are shown as silvery semi-lunar shapes in above painting) … These diamond white semi-lunar lights are projected out of and are also enveloped by the same yellow color as is of the central orb which is shown in above figure (thus to see them, an aspirant needs to observe very carefully) …
  • And the reddish-coppery maroon color is of very subtle light rays of vast (uncountable) numbers … These reddish-coppery maroon colored light rays get projected out at right angles to the orange base (or the orange floor like state on which the subtle orange colored vehicle walks … This subtle orange vehicle is shown at the bottom of above figure) …
  • And within each of these reddish-coppery-maroon light rays is a diamond white light i.e. the inner-cores of these reddish-coppery-maroon light rays are having diamond white lights in them (these are shown as silvery dots on top of reddish-coppery-maroon lights of above figure) …
  • And beyond the top part of this figure is a very subtle yellow colored state of extremely vast dimensions … This yellow colored state is not painted in above figure as it would be taken up in a later topic of Indraloka (or the world of ruler of divine beings) and who is also addressed as Idandra Deva as he is the ruler of the subtle left channel (or moon channel or Ida Naadi) which is running at the left side of the central channel (or Sushumna Naadi that runs in the spinal column of each aspirant) …

Continuing with above bullet point … As also since Indra Deva self-manifests out of the golden colored, east facing Tatpurusha face of Sadashiva, so above discussion also proves that Rudra is also the direct path to Indraloka (world of ruler of divine worlds) … And since Indra self-manifests out of the Tatpurusha face of Sadashiva, so Rudra is also the indirect path to self-realize the Tatpurusha face of Sadashiva (i.e. Maheshwara) itself …

 

FF-2 … Since ALA Naad (Rudra Deva) self-manifests (i.e. spontaneously originates) out of Ahum Naad (Aghora face of Sadashiva), so Rudra Deva is also a self-originated one and thus Rudra has no parent (Sire) … Thus Rudra Deva is also a Swayambhu (Self originated one) … It is due to this reason Vedas place Rudra Deva as one of the primary deities …

 

FF-3 … And the same Rudra Deva (i.e. ALA Naad or Sound of ALA) is also present inside the aspirants body and is at a location which is at the middle of Shivarandra + and Vishnurandra ++

+ Explaining + of above paragraph … Shivarandra means the secret crevice of Bhagwan Shiva and thus this is the crevice of the supreme rejuvenator of allness … This is a crevice of a much smaller size as compared to other secret crevices that also are in the skull bones itself … But at the same time, a smaller size of this crevice definitely does not mean that it gives lesser benefits because of the fact that this crevice is as beneficial as the others which are also located in the head region only (These crevices shall be discussed with paintings in a later topic) … This secret crevice of Bhagwan Shiva is located at the real-middle of the head i.e. it is placed at a location where the line drawn upwards from the middle of brows intersects the line that is formed at the meeting area of the front and back side lobes of skull bones …

++ Explaining ++ of the earlier paragraph … Vishnurandra means the secret crevice of Sri Bhagwan Vishnu and thus this is the crevice of the supreme preserver of allness … This secret crevice is at a location which is at the back side of the head … This is like a very-thin curved-line which is located at the back of skull and at a location where the top part of skull bones turn downwards towards the back side of head …

 

FF-4 … This state is arrived at after transiting the blue colored Aghora face of Shiva (I.e. Ahum Naad which was discussed earlier) to which the blue colored subtle body (i.e. astral body or Sookshma Sharira) travels (this was already discussed in the earlier topic of Sound of Ahum) …

And after the blue colored subtle body is absorbed into its own cause (i.e. Ahum Naad or Aghora), then a very subtle and bright orange colored vehicle travels to Rudra Deva (i.e. ALA Naad as is being discussed here) and this is the body which is shown in above figure and it shall be discussed in detail in a later series of topic which relate to accomplishment vehicles (or Siddha Sharira) and their subtler planes (Loka’s) …

 

FF-5 … When the subtler vehicle is still far from the central yellow orb (as is shown in above figure) then the yellow orb is found to be of a dull yellow color … This was already discussed in the previous sub-part of this topic …

As and when the subtler vehicle keeps approaching closer and closer to the yellow orb as is shown in above painting, then the central yellow color keeps getting brighter …

As the subtler vehicle begins approaching, then at a certain distance from the yellow central orb, there are seen too many reddish-coppery maroon lights which are extremely thin and are being projected out of (at almost right angles to) the bright orange base (or floor on which the subtle orange vehicle walks) …

This state which is like walking through the vast maze of reddish-coppery maroon lights could be compared to a walk in the sugarcane field (Visit a sugarcane field or punch on any search engine to see what it is like) …

It is through this maze of reddish-coppery maroon lights that the subtler vehicle walks so as to approach the central yellow orb as is shown in above painting …

As the subtler vehicle keeps getting closer to the central yellow orb, then the number of these lights also increases phenomenally (i.e. the density per unit area of these lights increases as the central yellow colored orb is approached by the subtler travelling vehicle of the aspirant) …

These reddish-coppery maroon lights are at right angle to the plane of orange color i.e. these reddish-coppery maroon lights are standing upright from the orange colored plane (or floor like state) of ALA Naad … Or in other words, these reddish-coppery maroon lights are emitted out in a state which closer to a right angle as compared to the orange colored floor on which the subtler vehicle walks whilst approaching the central yellow colored orb of Rudra Deva (or ALA Naad or sound of ALA) …

Above the head of the subtle vehicle are vast skies of a very subtle, almost translucent smoky color i.e. a very light gray color … This denotes that Rudra who self-originated out of the south facing Aghora face, is also directly leading to the north facing Vamadeva Face of Sadashiva (Vamadeva face of Sadashiva is of a smoky or light grey color) … Thus Rudra actually unites the north and south faces of Sadashiva (These faces shall be discussed in a few later topics because it is a very vast subject to touch upon in this one) …

Each of these reddish-coppery maroon lights is having a central core of diamond white light … This diamond white light is seen to be bursting out of all these reddish-coppery maroon lights …

As also, even when these diamond white lights are actually present in the entire length of the reddish-coppery maroon lights that rise up at almost right angles to the orange floor (or plane) of ALA Naad, but in above figure these diamond white lights are only shown at the top of the painted reddish-coppery maroon lights (because of the fact that I lack painting skills to depict these in a state as is described here) …

All these reddish-coppery maroon lights that are apparent to the subtler vehicle, are full of vibrations and are as if each of these lights are dancing rapidly i.e. these lights are super-active and thus moving and vibrating very quickly … And because the aspirant (i.e. the subtle travelling vehicle) is passing through the maze of these lights, so when these are touched by the aspirants subtler travelling vehicle, then there is also a buzz (or Zzzzzzzzzzz) like sound …

As the subtler vehicle keeps approaching the central yellow orb and arrives at its close proximity while transiting through the maze of these reddish-coppery maroon lights, then are visible many semi-lunar shapes of yellowish-diamond white colors which are bubbling out of the central yellow orb, as has been shown in above figure …

This diamond white light (which is present in the yellow orb of above painting) is the same light which is present within the reddish-coppery maroon lights (which were discussed earlier in this topic itself) … And this sight is very- very pleasant (as if residing in a very pure, very subtle plane) … This diamond white light denotes the fact that the diamond white colored, west facing Sadyojata face of Sadashiva is also present within Rudra Deva and thus Rudra is also a path to self-realization of Sadyojata face

This diamond white light is of the Sadyojata face of Shiva from which the grandfather of allness i.e. the creator of allness (or Pitamah Brahma Ji) self-manifests and it is also due to this reason that the creator (Pitamah Brahma Ji) is also told to be a self-born one (i.e. a Swayambhu or Shambhu) in the Vedas … And because the light of the creator of allness is already present within Rudra, so Rudra also holds the capability to lead to a direct self realization of the “creator and grandfather of allness (or Pitamah Brahma Ji)” …

 

GG-1 … Beyond the top part of above figure is a very subtle yet an active yellow light of a very-very vast dimensional expanse (this is not painted here but it shall be discussed in a later topic) … This light is of the world of “Lord of divine beings (Indra Loka)” … Indra Deva self-originates from the Tatpurusha face of Sadashiva (both the Indra Loka and Tatpurusha face shall be discussed at a later stages of this text) …

 

GG-2 … Rudra within everyone … Tejas, Yamuna, Surya Naadi and Pingala Naadi … 

Inside the body, there is a subtle channel (or Sookshma Naadi) of Rudra Deva (i.e. ALA Naad or sound of ALA) …

This subtle channel of Rudra Deva denotes the 99th sub-channel (i.e. Pingala Naadi) of the central channel (or Sushumna Naadi) …

The 99th sub-channel is running along the length of spinal column and is placed at the right side of the central channel (or Sushumna Naadi) …

All the 100 sub-channels (i.e. 100 subtle channels) are present inside the subtle vehicle and they run along the spinal column of each aspirant and they all are a part of the central channel (or Sushumna Naadi) itself … All these 100 sub-channels of the central channel eventually terminate in the heart and from the front of heart is rising the 101st channel which enters into the Brahmarandra (i.e. the crown plexus or the 1000 petalled lotus at the top of brain) …

 

Deviating a bit to briefly discuss a related topic … The central channel has 100 sub-channels … All these 100 sub-channels rise from an area which is close to the base of spine and they all terminate at the heart …

Each of these 100 sub-channels which terminate at the heart also have their own deities and thus they also hold their own specific types of energy fields … And since these 100 sub-channels hold their own specific types of energy fields, so they all these are having their own specific seed-vibrations (Beeja Kampan), seed-sounds (Beeja Naad) and seed-energy (Beeja Shakti) …

It is due to this reason that there are 100 Buddha’s stated in some Buddhist texts (Tibetan Bardo … Tibetan book of dead) and there also is a 100 syllable verse in Buddhism which is also related to the 100 seed syllables (i.e. seed-sounds or seed-vibrations or seed-energies) of these 100 Buddha’s … And all these 100 Buddha’s are residing within Ahum Naad (Aghora face of Sadashiva) from whom the Rudra Deva of our current discussion is self-manifested …

All these 100 Buddha’s reside at their specific places in the heart area of each aspirant and their respective locations are where these 100 sub-channels get terminated (in the heart area of each aspirant) in the vast emptiness of the heart … Each of these 100 Buddha’s are eternally present within each aspirant because all of them are only denoting the seeded energy fields of these 100 sub-channels which terminate in the heart area and after these 100 sub-channels rise to the heart and from a location that is close to the base of spinal column of the physical body of each aspirant …

At the location where these 100 sub-channels terminate inside the heart area, is self-realized the non-lighted state of macrocosmic voidness (i.e. emptiness of allness or Sarva Shunya or Shunyata as this is also told in Buddhism) … Thus Buddhism also states that each of the 100 Buddha’s leads to self-realization of emptiness …

And from the front side of the heart is rising the 101st channel of a golden color … When an aspirants consciousness resides inside the cave of heart (of that aspirant itself) then this 101st channel is seen to be rising from the front side of the heart …

This 101st channel is the channel of the golden womb of creation (i.e. Hiranyagarbha Brahma) who is also addressed as Tatpurusha  in various Agama texts and is also stated as the yellow colored Sadyojata face of Shiva in Vedantic texts …

This 101st channel is made up of innumerable golden colored, very-subtle, hair-like lights which are intertwined with orangish-red colored very-subtle hair-like lights (i.e. these two lights are present along with each other and are seen to be mixed up or merged with each other) … Thus some Vedantic texts also state that the Tatpurusha face of Sadashiva is of a red color because they consider the red color as is described here …

Above paragraphs discussion is also the reason for Brahmasutras (chapter 4) to describe a state where a sea of light rises from the front of the heart of a Yogi and then that Yogi’s consciousness vehicle merges to that sea of rising light … And the interpretations of Brahmasutras by the learned ones also term this state of union to the rising light to be the one of a Mahamanava (i.e. the Mega-evolved one or the great-man amongst all men) … And since in the Vedas there cannot be two greats, so this term Mahamanav or great-man as is stated in interpretations of Brahmasutras, only means the supreme-man amongst men and all beings … This state shall be discussed in a later topic and that too with a painting which describes it …

 

Resuming again … This 99th channel of Rudra Deva is also stated as Surya Naadi (Sun channel) and Tejas Naadi (Light-heat channel) within Yogic lore … Channel of heat luminosity (i.e. Tejas) This is also stated as Yamuna Nadi (The channel of Yamuna River within each aspirant) in some Vedic and Yogic texts …

Once the consciousness of the aspirant passes through the Tejas Naadi, then this accomplishment also denotes the successful completion of the 99th Aantrik Ashwamedha Yajna (that an aspirant does inside the physical body itself … This inner Ashwamedha Yajna shall be discussed within an appropriate topic of this text) …

 

Proceeding further …

The 100th channel is of the “ruler of divine worlds (i.e. Devaraja Indra) … Thus as far as the physical vehicle of any aspirant is concerned, Devaraja Indra denotes the 100th sub-channel (Ida Naadi or the Idandra Naadi) which is at the left side of the central channel (Sushumna Naadi) i.e. this 100th channel of Indra Deva is located at the left side of the back bone (spinal column) of each aspirant … This 100th channel is also termed as Chandra Naadi (moon channel or cool channel) and as Ganga Nadi (i.e. the channel of river Ganges within each aspirant) within some Vedic and Yogic texts …

Continuing with above paragraph … Once the consciousness of an aspirant passes through the Chandra Naadi i.e. 100th channel then it direct enters into Indraloka (i.e. the plane of the ruler of divine worlds) … And this accomplishment also denotes the successful completion of the 100 Ashwamedha Yajna (that an aspirant does inside the physical body itself) … Readers please note, I did not say 100th here as only 100 is written by me …

But because Indra was blessed by the Maker (Brahma) that his position as “ruler of divine worlds” shall never be compromised until his destined (or real) end of time of being an Indra actually arrives, so if any aspirant passes through the 100th channel, then that aspirant also remains with no choice but to enter the 101st channel as is of the Tatpurusha face of Sadashiva of Agama Lore (and this itself is stated as Sadyojata face of Sadashiva in Vedantic texts and is also the same as Hiranyagarbha of Vedas) …

This 101st channel is of a golden color and has also been termed as Hiranyagarbha Naadi (i.e. the channel of golden womb of macrocosmic creation) and is also termed as the Sushumna Naadi … Once this 101st channel is crossed over, then that aspirant enters into the primordial nature, from where the detachment of “allness of macrocosmic creation which itself is within the aspirant” is arrived at and thus after this stage, all the macrocosmic states which are within the aspirant, start getting merged to their respective macrocosmic principals (We shall be discussing this within separate topic of accomplishment vehicles or Siddha Sharira) …

And once the macrocosmic states which are within the aspirant are merged to their respective macrocosmic principals (i.e. are merged to the macrocosm within which the aspirant resides) then that aspirant begins walking the last pathless-partless path, just as my eternal guide (Sanatan Guru Sri Bhagwan Vishnu) who resides within the cave of heart had said, “Each beingness has ever had to walk the last path, alone” (alone means, free of allness and thus this is the path of detachment to allness and her each part and thus after this path is entered into, the aspirant loses his or her right to be a Guru of anyone and due to the same reason, such an aspirant cannot even bless anyone) …

Continuing with above paragraph … the 101st channel or Sushumna Naadi (or central channel) is also termed as the Samta Naadi (channel of perfect equanimity or macro-neutral channel), Saraswati Nadi (The channel of river Saraswati) that is within each aspirant … This 101st channel is the one which rises from the front of the heart and goes till the top of head (i.e. it goes till the 7th plexus or the thousand petalled lotus at the top of brain or Brahmarandra chakra or Sahasrara) and it also passes beyond (this beyond state shall be explained in a later topic when we discuss Niralambasthana of Siddha sciences which itself is self realzied after self realization of Vajradanda and also correlate it to the Ashtama Chakra as is stated in one of the Mantras of Atharvaveda chapter 10) …

And as these three channels meet at the third eye plexus, then it becomes the Prayagraj (the king of inner-spiritual confluence) whose geographical place is in the land of Kashi (Varanasi, India) … Thus as it is inside the body, so is it in the land of Bharata

And the paths to the 100th and 101st channel also open up from the 99th channel, which itself is of Rudra Deva (or ALA Naad or sound of ALA) of our current discussion …

 

Rudra (ALA Naad) across religious Lore’s …

GG-3 … Vedic texts say Rudra is wrathful state of Shiva and they also say that Rudra is the supreme rejuvenator … The much later Buddhist texts have also stated that “Primordial Buddha ALA” is wrathful …

This wrathful state is because of the fact that this state (or Rudra or ALA Buddha) is primarily based upon Rajoguna (i.e. macrocosmic attribute of action) which is the expansive and thus is the destabilizing force, especially within the macrocosmic creation, which primarily is inertial (i.e. the macrocosm is primarily based within the attribute of Inertia or Tamo Guna and thus has also been termed as Tamo-Pradhan or primarily inertial) …

It is only for reason mentioned in above paragraph that ALA (or Rudra) is termed as wrathful, but in reality it is the rejuvenating one because it destroys the afflictions and thence rejuvenates goodness in all that is arriving at its “stagnation due to sameness” +++

+++ Explaining +++ of above paragraph … As per the “macrocosmic law of stagnation due to sameness” as far as the macrocosmic creation or her any part (i.e. any microcosm) is concerned, sameness of any now, to any earlier nowness that ever was of any other microcosm who had existed within the macrocosmic creation and during the entirety of history of the macrocosmic creation, is also deemed to be a stagnation …

+++ Continuing with above paragraph … Stagnation always leads to an inner-chaos in the stagnated entity and this chaos eventually overflows and thence spills outwards into the world … And if this state of “stagnation due to sameness” is not taken care of, then it can also lead to an eventual death of that entity (i.e. exit of that entity or system from the world) … This law is applicable to all that is as microcosm and irrespective of whether that microcosm is animate, inanimate, supra-inanimate (like macro-elements) or supra-animate (like Gods etc.) …

 

HH … As of today, within this world, there is an accomplished one i.e. a Siddha (I think he is a Kaulacharya or Kaul Siddha or a Rajayogi as I saw him during subtle travels) … He has also returned back from this state of Rudra (ALA Naad) and his return back was also as per his Guru’s wish …

During one of my subtler travels, I saw him getting his esoteric and secretive education within those inaccessible parts of the Indian Himalayas (I think it was Himanchal Pradesh in India) …

He shall be known as the Yogi (actually Great-Yogi or Mahayogi) because his Guru was training him very deeply and when he comes to fore he shall also be re-establishing the Siddha Peetha (i.e. Seat of Siddha’s or accomplished ones) in this world because it is only for this reason that he has returned back … I think that place where I saw him during meditative subtle travels was in Himanchal Pradesh of India and in the town or village close which is pretty close to a place called as “Kullu Manali” right now (but you never know the exact distances during astral travels, as the astral vehicle moves lightening fast) …

His return back to this world is also governed by cyclic nature of time (Kaalchakra) and thus is due to the needs of the incoming age of sages (Guru Yuga) … And he shall be a very thin man who speaks without pressure and fear …

So the aspirants of this world have to watch out for this boy when he begins coming to fore as he shall be a great Rajayogi Siddha (i.e. a married Siddha) and in addition to this, one of the great ones that humanity has seen in the last few millenniums …

And basis his very strict training that I saw, looks like he shall also be a Bhairava Margi (i.e. the path of Bhairava Deva, who also is a self-expression of Bhagwan Sadashiva only) and he shall be based upon both the Sanatan Agama Arya Dharma and simultaneously be based upon the Sanatan Nigam Arya Dharma …

So basis above discussions and as I saw during subtler travels, one of the Great-Yogi (Mahayogi) of our times is being prepared right now (when I write this topic) in those isolated regions of the Indian Himalayas, so as to set the base knowledge and pluralistic-monist paths of the incoming Guru Yuga (i.e. age of sages) … True aspirants should watch out for the coming to fore of this man of our and also of the coming times …

But just remember that if a Siddha is not crazy, he is not a Siddha and I say this basis my accomplishments during an earlier incarnations and so keep this at the back of your minds, if you do go to him, to learn those almost vanished Siddha ways of life sciences, of beyond systems …

 

II … Even though this state (of ALA as is being discussed here) is very peaceful, but the evolved aspirants who reside here are hyper-active, they talk too much and like to do things very quickly … I say so because many of the ones who are residing within the Rudra Loka (i.e. world of ALA Naad as is painted above) wanted to assist when the subtler vehicle (of this little student who writes this text) had reached here and many among these Siddha’s also wanted to show the astral vehicle (or this little student who writes this text) what Rudra Loka is really like …

But in-spite of this aspect of hyper-activity of the ones who reside there, everyone who resides here is very-very-very pure within their consciousness (in this aspect, no other heavenly plane can compare to this plane) …

And based upon my subtler travels to beyond states, the closest in helpfulness to the ones who reside here (i.e. reside in Rudra Loka or ALA Naad) are those who reside within Surya Loka (or the Sun world) … Surya Loka shall be discussed with paintings, but in a later topic …

 

JJ-1 … Above painting describes the formless lord Rudra of Vedas … Rudra means the wrathful and rejuvenating principle (or self-manifestation) of lord Shiva … Thus this term actually means “the one who refreshes the macrocosmic creation” … The term Rudra also means the one who Roars … Vedic wisdom has described this state as per it’s characteristics (and not as per its seed syllable) …

 

JJ-2 … This also is wrathful primordial Buddha ALA (of Buddhism) … Buddhist wisdom has described this state as per its seed syllable …

 

JJ-3 … The verse of this state which was told by Guru Rinpoche (Sage Padmasambhava) is “OM ALA” …

 

JJ-4 … This also is Allah Tala of Islam … It doesn’t matter what anybody thinks about this statement, because the fact does not change from what it ever is, that this is also the painting of Allah of Islam …

Thus Allah of Islam itself is the self-manifested (i.e. Swayambhu or Aja) Rudra Deva of the Vedas and is also the same as Buddha ALA of Buddhism …

So basis above fact, sometimes I also wonder in severe astonishment as to how followers of Islam call Hindus and Buddhists as Kafir (non-believer) and how these divisions of humanity who rests in these three sects of Sanatan Dharma, actually came about … This astonishment is because the fact still remains that these three (i.e. Hindu, Buddhist and Islam) are in fact believing in the same greater deity even when they address that same deity through different names … The same is also stated in Vedic lore through statements like “Ekam Sat Viprah Bahudah Vadanti”, which means that the “Truth is one, but sages address it through different names (and aspirants walk to IT itself, but through different paths) …

 

JJ-5 … Rudra Deva self-manifests (springs out) from blue colored Aghora face of Shiva (which is already discussed in the earlier topics) … Thus Rudra is a self manifested-self present state … And because it is a self-manifested one (i.e. Aj or  Swayambhu Deva) and thus it has no mama and no papa and no relatives also … The same is also stated for Allah Tala in Islamic lore …

And since it is the self-originated, self-emanated one, so it is also the self existent, self-present, self-sustaining, self-continuing one …

And due to the reasons listed here, it also happens to be none other than the one who is independent of allness of the macrocosmic creation and her each part, and yet it remains as an intrinsic partless-part of the allness of Maker’s Makings

And even when it is the independent one, yet all parts of allness are interdependent upon it due to the fact that it also denotes the macrocosmic attribute of action (i.e. Rajoguna) without which there cannot even be any active microcosm within any part of the Maker’s Makings … Thus Rudra Deva (i.e. ALA Naad or sound of ALA) who is being discussed here also denotes the pure-activity principle of the Maker’s Makings

 

Rudra Deva, Asmita Samadhi , Rajoguna Samadhi …

JJ-6 … We had already discussed earlier that Rudra is the same as “Asmita” of the Yogic lore … Once this state is arrived at, then the Rajoguna Samadhi (i.e. meditative absorption within the macrocosmic attribute of action) is entered into (by that aspirant) …

Within Rajoguna Samadhi, the aspirant can fully know about anything by merely looking at or seeing that thing … Thus within this Rajoguna Samadhi, all that is needed is to look at something and just by looking that that thing, the knowledge of that things past-present-future is arrived at …

This Rajoguna Samadhi continues and leads to the self-realization of the attributeless infinite being (Brahman) itself …

Once the attributeless-infinite being is self-realized, then the above discussed ability also vanishes … The vanishing of ability is because of the fact that within the attributeless-infinite being (i.e. Nirgun Nirakaar Brahm or Brahman or Paramshiva) there is an absolute freedom from allness, her each part and her each characteristic and this is what was stated as Kaivalya Moksha in Vedas … As such, when within Moksha, which itself means “a permanent and full (i.e.  complete) isolation from allness and her each part”, what abilities can remain? …

Kaivalya-Moksha means “a full and permanent isolation from allness and her each part” … It is due to above stated reason that the Vedic lore states, those who have realized the attributeless infinite and thence also unite to the attributeless-infinite being, hold no abilities …

And above itself is because of the fact, that the attributeless-infinite being (Brahman) is free of all-suchness and thus when an aspirant enters this realization, then all earlier abilities are also let go by that aspirant (except of course the abilities that are needed to complete the destined time span, which itself is as per the destined merit or Prarabdha Karma of that incarnation in which the attributeless-infinite being was self-realized by an aspirant) …

As also a fact, that because the self-realization of the attributeless-infinite being (I.e. Brahm) leads to absence of fuller-effects of the three macrocosmic attributes (i.e. Triguna) upon the aspirant, so if the aspirant decided to continue that incarnation in which the attributeless-infinite being was self-realized by him (or her) then the pending incarnation of that aspirant would also be full of problems as that aspirant shall has to live its pending-destined time span without the fuller effects (and thus the fuller assistance) of the Triguna (i.e. the three macrocosmic attributes of action or Rajoguna, inertia or Tamoguna and neutrality of Sattva Guna) … It is due to this reason, most of such aspirants let go of their worldly bodies and self-decide to exit out of that incarnation soon after they have self-realized the attributeless-infinite being who is being discussed here … In fact very-very few aspirants have ever decided to continue their incarnations after what is stated in our discussion has arrived and those who do decide to continue their incarnations have always needed a blessing of Rudra Deva (i.e. ALA Naad) who is being discussed here …

But at the same time, such aspirants only walk “ITself within ITself (i.e. Brahm Hee, Brahm Mei) …

The same state of “ITself within ITself” is also the stage of walking within the statement “Shiva Hee, Shiva Mei (i.e. Shiva walking within Shiva)” …

And since Rudra Deva itself is a self-expression (one of the self-manifestations) of Bhagwan Sadashiva, so the same statement also comes in line with a statement of Shiva Purana which states that “Everybody worships Rudra, but Rudra only worships itself” … And thus the earlier statement of “ITself Within ITself” only becomes as “Rudra Hee, Rudra Mei (Rudra walking within Rudra or Rudra Within Rudra)” …

This is how an aspirant walks after what is discussed in this part of the topic is accomplished by him (or her) and thus was also the base path of this text which was stated as “Myself Within Myself” which itself leads to what is being discussed here and is stated as the path of “ITself within ITself” …

And in the intermediary state of above two i.e. “Myself within Myself and Itself within Itself”, the My itself is realized to be IT … This is the stage of walking the last pathless-partless path which itself leads to the state of permanent and complete isolation from allness and her each part (I.e. Kaivalya or Moksha or resting in the innermost-essence of the statement of ITself within ITself) …

Thus is the base path of “Myself within Myself” of this text and where this path itself leads to a state where the aspirant begins walking “ITself within ITself” and this is the stage where “the term Myself (i.e. the aspirant) itself is none other than ITself (i.e. Shiva)” that is stated here … And this state itself is what was termed as Kaivalya Moksha in the Vedas …

 

So basis above, I also state the following …

  • A “fully liberated one (Kaivalya Mukta or the one who is isolated from allness and its each part) holds no Siddhi (abilities or accomplishments of beyond) because such an aspirant is also liberated from all sorts of Siddhi’s (accomplishments and abilities) …
  • And on the contrary, a Siddha (fully accomplished one) holds the all sorts of abilities or accomplishments of allness and thus he has no relation to Kaivalya Mukti (i.e. liberation due to isolation from allness and its each part) …
  • A Kaivalya Mukta (i.e. a fully and permanently isolated one) cannot be a Siddha (fully accomplished one) because a Kaivalya Mukta is also isolated from accomplishments (Siddhi’s) … And vice-versa of this statement is also true …
  • And yet both these types of aspirants, are liberated ones, as both do not need to return back but with a difference that is discussed in below bullet point …
  • Continuing with above point … And yet even when previous point is true, yet a Siddha can return back so as to answer a call of a critical mass of consciousness that the inhabitants of that world system have built up due to their repeated requests for supra-cosmic assistance … After this critical mass of cosmic impressions gets arrived, if a Siddha who resides in a much beyond plane can satisfy the requirements of that developed critical mass of consciousness, then he can decide to return back so as to only do that which is necessary to answer that call (of the developed critical mass of consciousness) … Such returns can either be through birth from the womb of a physical mother (i.e. a regular birth) or can even be through the process of transmigration of soul (i.e. which was discussed earlier and was also told as virgin birth) or even through the process of direct manifestation into a physical form (i.e. physical vehicle of that Siddha directly manifests into that world where that Siddha needs to arrive so as to answer the call of macrocosmic consciousness and that too, to render “only” that which was desired for from within the developed critical mass of consciousness) …
  • And still continuing with above point … Even Kaivalya Mukta (i.e. fully liberated ones) can return back, but only under very special conditions … But at the same time, these returns can only be to do certain jobs that are requested “for and from within” the developed critical mass of consciousness and that too, if none of the Siddha’s hold the ability to satisfy the developed consciousness … But such a condition has never arrived during the entire history of the macrocosmic creation because of the fact that the critical mass which is required to make a fully isolated one (i.e. one who rests in Kaivalya Moksha) to return back to a physical or subtler realm, has never been developed till date and that too during the entire history of the macrocosmic creation … Due to this reason, Dharma also states that the time of return back of a Kaivalya Mukta (i.e. one who is fully and permanently isolated from allness and her each part) cannot be calculated because this time span is so-so-so long …

All above and below knowledge is arrived by an aspirant who rests in Asmita Samadhi (i.e. Absorption within the root of macrocosmic Am’ness), which itself is the Rajoguna Samadhi (i.e. absorption within the root of macrocosmic attribute of action or Rajoguna) and which itself is arrived whilst the aspirant rests within a union to the plane of Rudra Deva (i.e. Rudra Loka) and who itself is the sound of ALA (ALA Naad) which is being discussed here …

That’s all for this part of the discussion …

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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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