logo

Raam Naad and Bhagwan Ardhanarishwara

Above figure is of Bhagwan Ardhanarishwara who is eternally present in the third eye plexus of each aspirant …

 

KK-1 … Bhagwan Ardhanarishwara … Guru Shiva and Guru Maa Shakti

Within the third eye plexus, Bhagwan Ardhanarishwara of the Vedic lore is as depicted in above painting …

Bhagwan Ardhanarishwara is my Gurudeva who resides within me and in my third eye plexus itself … As also is a fact that Bhagwan Ardhanarishwara, who resides within the third eye plexus of each aspirant, is also the Guru who resides within each aspirant …

Bhagwan Ardhanarishwara denotes the perfectly balanced condition of non-dual union of Shakti and Shiva and thus Ardhanarishwara is depicted as a half feminine and half masculine deity …

 

KK-2 … Who is a Guru … Who can be a deity in the real sense …

Proceeding further to discuss who really is a Guru and Deity in the real sense …

That Guru is the one who has directly cognized the path to the Supreme being and he may even be a self realized all realized sage of his time of residing upon the world … In addition to this fact a Guru is also as a physically manifest state of a deity, a father, a mother, an elder brother, elder sister, a friend, a protector, a ruler (a king and/or a queen), a giver of righteous laws and codes, a commander, a provider of spiritual lineage (i.e. a lineage of righteous way of life which leads to the self realization of the Absolute being and IT’s pristine beingness or divinity itself), a strict disciplinarian, one whose knowledge does not degenerate inner (i.e. inner nature of the aspirant) and outer natures (i.e. environment or the world system), the knower of the path(s) to a final liberation and where all of these are in addition to primarily being a “very strict” teacher …

And in addition to all above, a Guru cannot even be a Guru unless his path leads towards oneness towards allness and her each part (i.e. Brahmand Dharana) and thence to union to allness and her each part (i.e. Brahmand Yoga) … This is because that knowledge and/or path and/or way of life which does not satisfy this condition only leads to one or another individual-dualism (i.e. individuals individualism and individual corpus) which as such is naught but leading to one or another type of degeneration and chaos during future times …

That Guru who does not satisfy all above conditions cannot even be termed as a Guru in the real sense …

And that Deity who cannot be a Guru as is discussed above, cannot even be termed as a deity … Plus a deity cannot even be a deity as per the Vedas unless that deity is present within the aspirant’s microcosm and is simultaneously present within the greater macrocosm also …

Thus basis this, most of the recent deities (i.e. deities who arrived during the last nine thousand years or close to this time) cannot even be termed as deities in the real sense as all of them fail to satisfy the conditions which are listed here …

And since Ardhanarishwara is such a Guru and deity who resides within each aspirant and is also present within the greater macrocosm which itself is the self manifested condition of the formless state of Prakriti Purusha Yoga (i.e. the Yoga of formless Shakti to formless Shiva), so this topic is of the Guru, who itself is the deity within each aspirant and who simultaneously is also present within the greater macrocosm

 

KK-3 … Bhagwan Ardhanarishwara as Guru Shiva within …

Ardhanarishwara is the “half masculine and half feminine deity” who is as the eternally self-balanced state of a non dual union of Maa Shakti (pristine divinity) and Bhagwan Shiva (the divine being there eventually is, who also is my Guru Shiva) …

Ardhanarishwara is present inside the third eye plexus (which in Sanskrit texts is called as Ajna Chakra or Agya Chakra) of each aspirant and in this plexus, Ardhanarishwara is seen to be in a standing position whilst he/she keeps smiling and turning in an anticlockwise direction (within the third eye plexus or Ajna Chakra itself) …

As a also a fact that ever since the timeless eternity has Ardhanarishwara been residing within the third eye of each aspirant and so shall it also be during the fathomless eternity as is of the timeless existence of the Maker’s Makings

It is due to this presence of Ardhanarishwara within the third eye plexus that the lore’s of Sanatan Dharma say that the third eye plexus (or the 6th plexus) is an eternally activated one and thus many later systems (i.e. the systems which originated during the last few millenniums) which refer to techniques of concentration upon the third eye plexus, have also borrowed this knowledge from this very fact that originally was told by ancient sages of Sanatan Dharma … The term Sanatan Dharma (or simply, Dharma) means the “eternal way of life (or eternal laws of life)” and where the term life is not dependent upon whether it is “here, beyond or even beyond the beyond” …

These techniques of concentration on the third eye plexus are only due to the fact that this plexus is an eternally activated one which itself is due to the eternal present of Bhagwan Ardhanarishwara within this plexus … Thus entering into an inner or deeper (self) realization is much easier if an aspirant “lightly” concentrates upon  the general area of location of this plexus …

All techniques which are based upon concentration are also based upon the same fact that due to the eternal presence of Bhagwan Ardhanarishwara inside this plexus (i.e. the third eye plexus), this third eye plexus is an eternally activated plexus and thus if oneness is arrived to this plexus, then the path of self realization also becomes simple for that aspirant … But at the same time, do not use too much will power during concentration on the third eye plexus because such a practice would be leading to many problems which relate to the physical and also to the subtler vehicles …

Plus Ardhanarishwara being a union of pristine divinity (i.e. Maa Shakti) and the divine or Absolute being (Bhagwan Shiva) and that too within their attributed-form state (i.e. physical form or Sagun Sakaar Awastha), so Ardhanarishwara is also termed as the Absolute union, that is eternally present within each aspirant … And due to this fact of Ardhanarishwara being the attributed-form state (i.e. Sagun Sakaar Awastha) of the Absolute union, Ardhanarishwara also happens to be the attributed-form state (i.e. Sagun Sakaar Awastha) of the innermost essence (i.e. Atman) of each aspirant … Thus Ardhanarishwara is Sagun Atman (i.e. Ardhanarishwara itself is the innermost essence or Atman in its own attributed form or Sagun Sakaar Awastha) …

Due to the reason listed in above paragraph, some self realized, all realized sages have also told that Ardhanarishwara itself is the Atman of each aspirant and that too when that Atman is seen within its attributed-form state (Sagun Sakaar Awastha) and that too as it is visible within the third eye plexus of the aspirant itself …

And inside the aspirant’s microcosm (i.e. physical and subtler vehicles) below depicted accomplishment vehicle (or Siddha Sharira) of Ardhanarishwara gets self manifested after the union of Shakti to Shiva as is being discussed here, is arrived at and thence is fully accomplished … This is the Ardhanarishwara Sharira or in other words the accomplishment vehicle of Bhagwan Ardhanarishwara who is eternally present within each aspirant …

 

Ardhanarishwara Siddha Sharira
Bhagwan Ardhanarishwara Siddha Sharira … The accomplishment vehicle of Bhagwan Ardhanarishwara within that aspirant who has already successfully completed Shakti Shiva Yoga and thus has self realized Raam Naad (or Sound of Raam) …

 

But the fact still remains that this union of Shiva and Shakti and then the self manifestation of above discussed accomplishment vehicle (of Bhagwan Ardhanarishwara) within the aspirants physical vehicle is only arrived (self manifested) through the path of “Raam Naad (which actually means as the Sound of Ram)” and which itself is called as the “Shiva Taraka Naad (i.e. the fully liberating sound of Bhagwan Shiva)” of our current discussion and which itself was told as “Shiva Taraka Mantra (i.e. the fully liberating Mantra of Bhagwan Shiva)” within the Vedic lore …

 

The discussion continues …

 

Share

Published by

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.

Comments are closed.