logo

Raam Naad and Prakriti Purusha Yoga

Prakriti Purusha Yoga ... Commencement stage ...

Here we shall discuss the two primary aspects of Maker and its Makings … These are told as Prakriti (or matter) or Pradhana (or Primordial or primary) or creation (or feminine principle) and Purusha or Spirit or self or Absolute or eternal or creator (masculine principle) … And their eternally unioned state i.e. Prakriti Purusha Yoga (or Purusha Prakriti Yoga) or simply the union of masculine principle or fatherly principle or the being to its own feminine principle or mother principle or beingness … This can also be told as Shakti Shiva Yoga (or Shiva Shakti Yoga or union of Shakti to Shiva) …

 

GG … Raam Naad is also of Prakriti Purusha Yoga …

When Raam Naad is heard inside the aspirant’s microcosm (i.e. physical and subtler vehicles) then it denotes that the Shakti Shiva Yoga is already happening inside the aspirant’s microcosm …

And when the same Sound of Raam is heard from within the greater macrocosmic creation within whose envelopes each microcosm resides, then it denotes that the Shiva Shakti Yoga is already happening inside that part of the greater macrocosm from where the Raam Naad is getting heard … This condition always happens during formation of newer galaxies and world systems …

Continuing with above paragraph … And the same Ram Naad “was” also heard from the entire greater macrocosm (i.e. the entirety of macrocosmic creation) at those timeless unfathomable times which were of the original commencement stages of the Maker’s Makings (i.e. those stages where the macrocosmic creation had originally commenced through her origination process) …

And the stage which is discussed in above paragraph, Raam Naad was present within the entirety of Maker’s Makings … This is what came to be referred as the unity of Maa Prakriti (Devi or Maa Shakti) to Bhagwan Purusha (Bhagwan Shiva) … This is what was told by sages as Prakriti Purusha Yoga and this is exactly what shall be discussed here …

Thus basis above discussions, following is a fact about Raam Naad …

  • When Ram Naad is heard from within the aspirants microcosm, then it is told as Shakti Shiva Yoga (and some have even called it as Shiva Shakti Yoga) … Shakti Shiva Yoga is that Yoga which happens in the subtle impressional macrocosm (Sookshma Samskarik Brahmand) that is pervading the aspirants microcosm (i.e. aspirants grosser and subtler vehicles) …
  • When the same Raam Naad is heard from within one of the parts of the greater macrocosmic creation (or even from the entirety of macrocosmic creation) then is Mahadevi Mahadeva Yoga (i.e. the union of Pristine-divinity and Absolute-being) and this is what was told as Prakriti Purusha Yoga by the ancient sages of Vedic lore …
  • Thus basis above, following is a fact … Maa Prakriti (or in other words, Pradhana or Mother nature) itself is Maa Shakti (pristine-divinity) and Purusha also is none other than Bhagwan Shiva (Absolute being) …
  • So basis all above, until now whatever was discussed as Raam Naad and as Shakti Shiva Yoga, is also the same as what would be discussed here as Prakriti Purusha Yoga … This is due to the fact that in the reality of things, all these one and the same Raam Naad (i.e. Raam Bhadra or Lord Raam) only …

And basis above, the same can also be termed as Pradhana Purusha Yoga, Purusha Pradhana Yoga and Purusha Prakriti Yoga … All these also mean the same thing only as they all are a part of the same knowledge as is of the “Sound of Ram (or Raam Naad)” which itself is the same as Shiva Taraka Naad (i.e. fully liberating sound of lord Shiva) which is being discussed here …

 

GG-1 … Purusha Prakriti Yoga … As it eventually is …

This phrase relates to the macrocosmic union of Prakriti to Purusha and where Maa Prakriti itself is the pristine divinity (Maa Shakti) and Purusha the Supreme being (Shiva) and where both are in their attributed-formless states (i.e. Sagun Sakaar Awastha) …

And since Maa Prakriti itself is Maa Shakti and Purusha itself is Shiva, so what is termed as Prakriti Purusha Yoga is none other than the same Shakti Shiva Yoga where Shakti is in union to Shiva whilst these two are in their attributed-formless states (i.e. Sagun Nirakaar Awastha) within the macrocosmic creation …

And since the subtle impressional state (Sookshma Samskarik Awastha) of the same macrocosm is also present inside each microcosm, so when the same Shakti Shiva Yoga happens in any aspirants microcosm (i.e. inside the physical and subtler vehicles of the aspirant), then this Yoga (i.e. Shakti Shiva Yoga) is also happening in the subtle impressional state (Sookshma Samskarik Awastha) which is present inside that aspirants microcosm itself …

Thus basis above, these two unions i.e. union within the aspirant’s microcosm and a simultaneous union which happens within the subtle impression microcosm which is present inside the aspirant’s microcosm, always happen at the same time when the Shakti Shiva Yoga is taking place inside the aspirant’s microcosm itself …

It is due to this reason, if any aspirant would study the reality of the Shakti Shiva Yoga and whilst it is happening within his (or her) own microcosm, then it would be pretty clear that this Yoga is also happening within the same subtle impressional macrocosm (Sookshma Samskarik Brahmand) which is also present inside the microcosm of that aspirant …

Above itself is the primary characteristic of this system of union (or Yoga Tantra) …

 

Proceeding further …

This Yoga which happens inside the microcosm was already discussed earlier …

And whilst this union is happening then the same union simultaneously happening in the subtle impressional macrocosm (which itself is present inside the aspirant’s microcosm) has also referred in above discussions of this topic …

So what remains is to discuss this union from a macrocosmic point of view which as such is what Prakriti Purusha Yoga really is …

Thus in this topic we shall mainly be focusing upon how this union happens within the greater macrocosmic creation … Thus this would go one step further than what was discussed earlier …

Within the greater macrocosmic creation, this union could be discussed in two stages …

Thus the two stages which are written below are only for reference … I say so (i.e. it is only for reference) because of the fact that in-between these two stages there are many other sub-stages, which I leave to the interested aspirants to self realize …

 

Prior proceeding any further, the meanings of terms Prakriti and Purusha need to be clarified … So here it goes …

The Sanskrit term Prakriti also means the following, but this list is a non exhaustive one …

  • The word “Prakriti” has very vast scope of meanings and some of these are as follows … The “feminine principle (or Stri Siddhant), motherly principle (Matri Siddhant), divinity principle (Devi Siddhant), Root principle (Moola Siddhant), primary principle (Pradhana Siddhant), supreme power principle (Shakti Siddhant), Primordial principle (Adi Siddhant or Adi Shakti Siddhant), activity principle (Kriya Siddhant or Rajas Siddhant), neutrality principle (Sattva Siddhant), inertial principle (Tam Siddhant), Attribute principle (Triguna Siddhant), Mahabhoot Siddhant (macro-elemental principle), Timeless principle (Anadi Siddhant), the great-principle (Mahat Siddhant), causal principle (Antahkarana Chatushtaya Siddhant), mind principle (Manas Siddhant), timeless divinity principle (Mahakaali Siddhant), principle of the created (Rachna Siddhant), attachment principle (Aasakti Siddhant), voidness principle or simply the emptiness principle (or in other words, this can also be called as Shunya Siddhant), intrinsically pluralistic yet monist principle (Bahuvadi Advaita Siddhant) etc-etc …
  • All above are also related to the four primary principles of Prakriti and these are as follows … I’ness principle (Ahamkara Siddhant), Am’ness principle (Asmita Siddhant), Is’ness principle (Hai-Ta or Sarvata Siddhant) and Not’ness principle (Shunyata Siddhant) …
  • Eventually everything that relates to the Maker’s Makings in its manifest (i.e. Here or Apra Awastha), non manifest (which is stated as Para Awastha), that which is neither manifest nor present within the entire macrocosmic creation (Avyakta), and the state of elemental voidness (Shunya Tattva) is naught but Prakriti only and where this Prakriti itself is a nothing but a self manifestation of the supreme mother of allness (Maa Adi Parashakti) itself …
  • Thus even when above stands as true, but yet the fact still remains that all these are naught but one or another of the countless self manifestations of the ever-same primordial-pristine divinity-principle (i.e. Adi Parashakti Siddhant) which itself is a self expression of the attributeless infinite absolute being (i.e. Parabrahman or Paramshiva or Brahman) … And where these two (i.e. Adi Parashakti and Paramshiva) meet is the self realizable state of the original self expression of the Absolute which we have already discussed in an earlier topic of “As IT self expressed itself” …

 

And the Sanskrit term Purusha also means the following …

  • The word Purusha also has a very vast scope of meanings and some of these are as follows … The “masculine principle (Purusha Siddhant), fatherly principle (Pita Siddhant), divine principle (Deva Siddhant), Absolute principle (Param Siddhant), auspicious principle (Shiva Siddhant), conscious principle (Chetan Siddhant), wisdom principle (Jnana Siddhant), eternal principle (Sanatan Siddhant), preservation principle (Sthiti Siddhant), creation principle (Utpatti Siddhant) and destruction-rejuvenation principle (Samhara Siddhant), vitality principle (or principle of lord of macrocosmic vitality or the Pranava Siddhant), principle beyond timelessness and thus eternal principle (or Akaal and thus  Mahakaal Siddhant), Detachment principle (Pratyahara Siddhant), renunciation principle (Tyaga Siddhant), sacrificial principle (Yajna Siddhant), the Kingship principle (Raj Siddhant) …
  • And it also means the final absorption principle (Samadhi Siddhant) … Thus Samadhi (or absorption) is not of Prakriti, because it is a state of Purusha only …
  • And it also means the supreme principle (Brahm Siddhant) which itself is the attributeless-infinite principle (Nirgun Nirakaar Siddhant) and also is the absolutely-non-dual principle (Advaita Siddhant) which itself is of the principle of essential and absolute monism (Vedanta Siddhant) and which itself leads to the self realization of the principle which is devoid of any alternates (i.e. the Nirvikalpa Siddhant) …

 

Now we shall discuss the meeting point of Purusha and Prakriti …

Where these two (i.e. Prakriti and Purusha meet) is the Seedless principle (Nirbija Siddhant) which itself is of the knowledge principle (Jnana Siddhant) as is of the Zero-Infinite Infinite-Zero principle (Shunya Brahm Siddhant) …

 

Continuing with Prakriti Purusha Yoga …

Stage 1 This denotes the stage when Prakriti just about begins uniting to Purusha … This stage is as shown in above figure …

Above is the painting of the state when Prakriti just about tries to unite to Purusha … But since Purusha is the eternally detached one, so initially it tries to move away from Prakriti … But as times progress, Prakriti eventually envelopes a portion (minor aspect or minor part) of the infinite Purusha and thus tries to unite to it with a stronger will …

Above painting shows this stage of Prakriti enveloping a minor portion of the attributed-formless state of the infinite Purusha and thus after the condition which is depicted in above paragraph, wherever that minor portion of Purusha would move, it would only be moving within the envelope of Prakriti itself …

And this is what eventually leads to a stage where Purusha remains with no choice but to oblige the requests of Prakriti and thus commences the process of their union (i.e. union of Prakriti to Purusha) … This is the commencement stage of the original origination process of the Maker’s Makings

Above stage of Prakriti enveloping a minor portion of the infinite Purusha can be very easily understood by visualizing the fact that Purusha is also a pervader of Prakriti and thus Purusha is anyways present within Prakriti itself (because the pervader or permeator is always present within the pervaded or permeated) …

And in such a case, that minor portion of Purusha which is present within Prakriti, is what is deemed to be enveloped by Prakriti … And it is to this minor portion of Purusha, that Prakriti tries to unites …

But since the ultimate-finality of Purusha is the attributeless and infinite being (i.e. Parabrahman) so for it (Purusha) to unite to Prakriti, is not possible within its attributeless-infinite state … Thus to oblige the repeated requests of Prakriti for a union to itself (Purusha), that portion of Purusha which is enveloped by Prakriti adopts its own attributed-formless state (i.e. Sagun Nirakaar Awastha) and this is what is shown as a blue colored shape in above figure …

Thus when Prakriti tries to unite to this minor portion of attributeless-infinite being or Purusha (i.e. Nirgun Nirakaar Awastha of Purusha), then that minor portion also ends up adopting an attributed (i.e. colored) state of vast proportions (i.e. formless state) … And it eventually is this self-expressed attributed (colored formless) state of the Purusha which unites to Prakriti (because the attributeless-infinite state of Purusha is the eternally and fully detached one and thus it cannot ever unite or disunite to anything) …

As also a fact that it eventually is this state of formless Purusha which is present in each microcosm and which each microcosm would have detach from Prakriti, so as to be finally liberated … And the path of this freedom itself is of Shakti Shiva Yoga and thus this path always passes through the Raam Naad which is being discussed here …

Thus the same Purusha who actually is the perfectly detached attributeless and the infinite one until this stage, self expresses itself in its own self manifested attributed-formless state (Sagun Nirakaar Awastha) which as such is of a blue color so as to oblige those repeated requests of Prakriti who is desiring a union to itself (i.e. to Purusha) …

In this condition of union following is a fact …

  • Purusha is of a blue color …
  • Prakriti is of a white color …
  • And this is what was shown in above painting …

Thus basis above discussed process of union it is very clear that “due to the purity of desire or divinity of desire” of primordial nature (i.e. Adi Prakriti or Adi Shakti) to unite to attributeless-infinite being (or Nirgun Nirakaar Brahm or Brahman or Paramshiva or Purusha or Paramatman), the attributeless-infinite being who actually is the fully detached one, allows a minor portion of its original-timeless, unfathomable attributeless-infinite state (Nirgun Nirakaar Awastha) to become self manifested in an attributed-formless state (Sagun Nirakaar Awastha) so as get unioned to Prakriti (so as to oblige Prakriti who by this stage has repeatedly desired to unite to Purusha) …

And it is at this stage that Prakriti who till now was none other than the fathomless divinity of primordial pristine energy (Maa Adi Parashakti) becomes arrived at her first naturally manifested beyond state which is of a very subtle white color … And simultaneously the Purusha who actually is the fully detached attributeless-infinite being (Brahm) also self expresses itself in an attributed-formless state (i.e. Sagun Nirakaar Awastha) which as such is of a blue color … And only after this stage is arrived at, does Prakriti actually unite to Purusha …

And it is from this stage of union of Prakriti and Purusha (i.e. Prakriti Purusha Yoga) that the Maker’s Makings commence and thus Purusha Prakriti Yoga is also denoting the original origination process of Maker’s Makings

In reality, that portion of attributeless-infinite being (or Purusha) which unites to Prakriti is only a minor part of Purusha infinite expanses … And simultaneously, that portion of Prakriti which unites to Purusha is also a minor portion of the supreme mother of allness (i.e. Maa Adi Parashakti) … Thus in reality, neither of them are fully unioned to each other in their attributed-formless states (i.e. Sagun Sakaar Awastha) even within the union (i.e. Prakriti Purusha Yoga) which is being discussed here …

And it eventually is from the minor portions of these two (i.e. Purusha and Prakriti) that the entirety of Maker’s Makings which we know as the multi-universal macrocosmic creation, gets originated …

And finally for this discussion and as a matter of fact … Within the finalities of these two i.e. Finality of Prakriti as Infinite divinity (of the supreme mother of allness or Maa Adi Parashakti) who herself is the infinite energy (Param Shakti) and Purusha as the attributeless infinite being (Nirgun Nirakaar Brahm or Brahman) who itself is the Supreme being (or Paramshiva) they are one and the same because they (i.e. Prakriti and Purusha) actually are two names of the same Absolute being …

Thus it is to this absolute non duality (of the Absolute being) that the Prakriti Purusha Yoga, which itself is Shakti Shiva Yoga and whose self realization is as Raam Naad, is eventually leading to …

 

Proceeding further …

And once the union of Prakriti happens to that minor portion of Purusha, Prakriti keeps trying to unite to an ever larger portion of the infinite Purusha, so this is what leads to a condition that the multi-universal macrocosmic creation which was originates out of this union (or Prakriti to Purusha), initially keeps expanding after it originates … This is what was told in Vedic lore’s as follows … “When Brahma (or the creator of allness) exhales (i.e. Brahma does a Rechaka), the universes expand out of Brahma itself” …

And this expansion continues until the macrocosmic creation finally reaches an expanse beyond which Prakriti cannot expand herself because she has already used up all her reserve will and power by that stage of expansion of the multi-universal macrocosmic creation (which is being referred here) … It is from this stage, the multi-universal macrocosmic creation just begins getting stabilized i.e. neither expanding nor contracting … This is what was stated in Vedic lore as “When Brahma does a Kumbhaka (I.e. holding of breath), the universes stabilize” …

And during the course of existence of the multi-universal macrocosmic creation, as Prakriti keeps utilizing all her will power, then a stage eventually arrives where she is also unable to maintain her current state of expanses and thus it is from this stage that the multi-universal macrocosmic creation begins contracting in size … This is what was subtle told in Vedic lore as follows “When Brahma (or the creator of allness) inhales (i.e. Brahma does a Pooraka) then all the universes contract and begin entering into Brahma itself (and these universes are finally dissoluted due to effects of this process of inhalation of Brahma)” …

And as this contraction of the universe continues, it ultimately reaches back to its original state which as such is of the size of the tip of a pinhead … This is what was stated in Vedic lore as follows “The multi-universal macrocosmic creation has originated from a state which had the size of the tip of a pinhead” … And it is to this much earlier Vedic theory that the “Big Band theory” of modern science also relates …

And as far as self-origination and self-ending of Brahma is concerned, the same fundamental fact as was discussed above, is also told about Sri Bhagwan Vishnu regarding the stage of great dissolution i.e. the complete dissolution of allness and her each part and which is also told as the “Great-Sleep of allness or Great-Dissolution or Mahapralaya” … This Mahapralaya is the stage when even Brahma (or creator of allness) ends his temporary lifetime and enters into a period of a well deserved rest which continues until the next creator (i.e. next Brahma) takes over that dissoluted multi-universe so as to re-originate it and thence re-propagate it “exactly” from the stage where it has last ended (or dissoluted) …

All such aspects also relate to the same Prakriti Purusha Yoga … So due to this reason, all these aspects can also be realized through the topic of our current discussion itself …

 

Stage 2 : Now we move on to stage two of above process of union of Prakriti to Purusha …

 

 

Prakriti PurushaYoga ... Stage two ...
Prakriti Purusha Yoga … Stage two …

 

As the will of Prakriti to unite to the attributeless-infinite being (Nirgun Nirakaar Brahm or simply, Nirgun Purusha) is very strong, so a portion of that attributeless-infinite being (Nirgun Purusha) enters into its own self-expressed and thus self manifested, attributed formless state (i.e. Sagun Sakaar Awastha of the earlier Nirgun Nirakaar Purusha is arrived at) so as to unite to Prakriti who at this stage (or time) also is in her attributeless-formless state …

And it is this attributed formless state (i.e. Sagun Sakaar Awastha) of Purusha which unites to the Prakriti because the within the original “attributeless-infinite state” that Purusha is fully detached from suchness and thus IT cannot even enter into any sort of union to Prakriti who itself is resting in an attributed-formless state (Sagun Nirakaar Awastha) as this time (or stage of origination of the Maker’s Makings) …

Plus as a matter of fact, in the attributeless infinite state of Purusha (i.e. Paramshiva), Purusha itself is ITs own pristine divinity i.e. Adi Parashakti, whose self expression is Prakriti (i.e. attributeless-formless state as Prakriti) … And thus there already is a non dual union of these two in that original condition where both are one and the same attributeless-infinite being only due to their non-dual union to each other …

Continuing with above paragraph … Thus for the attributeless-infinite Purusha (Paramshiva) to unite to the attributed-formless state (Sagun Sakaar Awastha) of Prakriti, Purusha also needs to adopt an attributed-formless state (Sagun Sakaar Awastha) and this itself was the reason for the self expression of the attributeless-infinite being (i.e. Purusha or Paramshiva or Brahman) in an attributed-formless state (Sagun Sakaar Awastha) so as to unite to Prakriti who at this time is also in an attributed-formless state (Sagun Sakaar Awastha) only …

Unless the two are resting in the same condition of attributeless formless state, there cannot even be a perfect union of these two due to the fact that in absence of compliance of this condition of sameness of the two uniting entities, the subtler amongst them would only end up being the pervader (or permeator) of the other and thus a union would never take place in such a condition of non-sameness of the two uniting entities because of the fact that union is always of equals (or ones which a similar in their subtleties and/or grossness) …

So to oblige those repeated request of attributed-formless state of Prakriti who itself is repeatedly desiring a perfect union to Purusha, that same attributeless-infinite Purusha adopts an attributed-formless state (Sagun Nirakaar Awastha) so as to unite to similar attributed-formless state (Sagun Nirakaar Awastha) condition of Prakriti …

Or in other words, attributeless-infinite Purusha self expresses itself in an attributed-formless state (Sagun Nirakaar Awastha) so as to unite to the attributed-formless state (Sagun Nirakaar Awastha) in which Prakriti is resting at that time (or stage of Maker’s Makings) …

Note: But the fact ever remains that Prakriti herself is the attributed-formless state (Sagun Nirakaar Awastha) of the attributeless infinite pristine divinity (or Adi Parashakti) which itself is of the attributeless infinite absolute being (Purusha or Paramshiva) … Thus Prakriti itself is a self expression of the pristine divinity (Adi Parashakti) who itself is of the attributeless-infinite Purusha (Nirgun Nirakaar Purusha or Brahman or Paramshiva) … That pristine divinity of Paramshiva is the supreme mother of allness who is addressed as Adi Parashakti (i.e. the primordial beyond-divinity) and thus, Prakriti itself is none other than the self expressed, self manifested and self present state of the same pristine divinity (i.e. Maa Adi Parashakti) …

As the attributeless infinite being (i.e. Nirgun Nirakaar Brahm or Nirgun Nirakaar Purusha of our current discussion) ends up adopting an attributed formless state (Sagun Nirakaar Awastha) after it decides to oblige Prakriti (who wants to unite to the attributeless infinite being or Nirgun Nirakaar Purusha), this attributed-formless state (Sagun Nirakaar Awastha) of Purusha is the one who unites to the attributed-formless state (Sagun Nirakaar Awastha) of Maa Prakriti … This is because Purusha in its own attributed infinite state can never unite to the attributed formless state of Prakriti (as Purusha would only become the pervader due to its higher subtlety as compared to the attributed formless state of Prakriti as is at this time and thus the perfect union can never take place of these two due to their different relative subtleties and/or grossness) …

This fact of Purusha adopting and attributed formless state, so as to unite to Prakriti who at this stage of Maker’s Makings is also resting within her attributed formless state, is the root cause of the original self expression of the Absolute which was discussed in an earlier topic of “As IT self expressed Itself” … This is due to the fact that when the attributed formless states of Purusha and Prakriti unite, then the end result of this union is none other than the Zero-Infinite, Infinite-Zero state (i.e. Shunya Anantah, and simultaneously it also is Anant Shunyah Awastha) … Both these are denoting and are intrinsic parts of the same Shunya Brahman, who itself is self realized through the seedless absorption (Nirbija Samadhi) …

And because the union of attributed-formless states of Prakriti and Purusha leads to Nirbija Samadhi, which itself makes an aspirant lose all earlier merits (Karma Phala) and thus that aspirant also ends up losing all earlier accomplishments (i.e. lose all earlier attained Siddhi’s), so some sects of Sanatan Dharma even advice against the path of Nirbija Samadhi i.e. the path of uniting Prakriti to Purusha and that to within the aspirants microcosm itself … And it is also due to this reason, the texts of these sects of Sanatan Dharma also warn aspirants to not enter into paths that lead to unity of Prakriti (Shakti) to Purusha (Shiva) within the aspirant’s physical vehicle itself (because this union mostly leads to de-incarnation of the aspirant, as we have already discussed in earlier parts of this topic) …

As such basis above paragraph, since this path of Prakriti Purusha Yoga leads to Nirbija Samadhi, which itself is the immediately intermediate state from attributeless infinite Purusha (i.e. Brahman or Paramshiva), so this path eventually leads to Nirgun Nirakaar Purusha (i.e. Brahman or Paramshiva) only and this is where there remain no earlier accomplishments (because all earlier merits are unseeded due to entering into the earlier stage of Nirbija Samadhi) … So the ancient Vedic sages used to also state that the Sage who has self realized the attributeless infinite being (Nirgun Nirakaar Purusha or Brahman or Paramshiva) never holds any Siddhi’s and this itself is because of the fact that the path to (Brahman or Paramshiva) only passes through the intermediary path of Nirbija Samadhi (which itself is as a self realization of Shunya Brahman) …

But as the union happens between the attributed-formless state (Sagun Nirakaar Awastha) of Purusha and Prakriti, then the ecstasy is arrived at within both (i.e. both of Prakriti and Purusha) …

 

Proceeding further to discuss the stage when union of Prakriti to Purusha actually happens …

After this stage of entering into ecstasy of union, the self-expressed attributed-formless state (Sagun Nirakaar Awastha) of Purusha starts to reflect Prakriti from within itself …

As the time span of this union increases, the ecstasy of this union also increases by multifold of times …

And a stage eventually arrives where within that union of Prakriti and Purusha, Purusha itself becomes the one who keeps itself within Prakriti and simultaneously, Prakriti is also becomes the one who keeps herself within Purusha … This denotes the initial stage of perfection of union of Prakriti and Purusha as is within the Prakriti Purusha Yoga of our current discussion …

This is the stage where Purusha and Prakriti are resting within their intermediary states, i.e. neither is Purusha having a blue color nor is Prakriti having a pure white color …

And at this stage, neither is Purusha entirely as Purusha actually is nor is Prakriti entirely as Prakriti actually is … They both enter into a state which is intermediary of their own characteristics … Thus at this stage of union, an intermediary state of light blue color is arrived at and this is what is depicted in above painting …

Due to above intermediary state, at this stage of union, neither is Purusha entirely based within its own characteristic of complete detachment from allness and her each part nor is Prakriti entirely based within its characteristic of a complete attachment to her own allness and her each part …

This intermediary stage which arrived after the union of Prakriti to Purusha is effected leads to a state where “Purusha is having aspects of Prakriti within itself” and simultaneously the “Prakriti is having aspects of Purusha within herself” … And this is also the stage where neither can be distinguished from each other or in other words, one is the other and the other itself is the one that eventually remains within this union of Prakriti and Purusha …

After this stage, Prakriti holds a bit of Purusha within herself and simultaneously Purusha holds a bit of Prakriti within himself …

This fullness of union between these two (i.e. Purusha and Prakriti) is what leads to a supremely ecstatic stage of union as is shown in above painting where both Purusha and Prakriti is resting within their own intermediary states …

Note: But at the same time, the above shown painting is drawn after getting stationed in the Purusha … Thus the stage of this union which is self realized after getting stationed in Prakriti, shall have to be visualized by interested aspirants, but basis this painting itself … I mean this painting holds the clue of what that state of realizing this union whilst based in Prakriti would be like and thus I really do not find a need to paint it separately here …

 

GG-2 … Prakriti Purusha Yoga and Ayaam (Dimensions) …

Now we shall discuss the characteristics of this union of Prakriti and Purusha (i.e. Prakriti Purusha Yoga) from a dimensional point of view …

As we had discussed that there are four primary dimensions and these were told as follows …

  • Time (or Kaal) … When we consider time within its any state that is different from its finality (i.e. eternity) and thus we also end up considering the unitary values of different stages of progress of time, then time is found to be eternally cyclic … This knowledge of an eternally cyclic nature of time, was told as Kaalchakra within the Vedic lore’s and the same was also told within all other lore’s who had taken this concept from the much earlier Vedic lore itself …

Continuing with above bullet point … The fact about this eternally changeful and cyclic expansion and contraction of time is also the subtler base of that Vedic knowledge where human lifetimes are told to be of different time spans during different divine age cycles …

Continuing with above bullet point … But as of now this knowledge of Kaalchakra is also corrupted and thus what is told in its name, is not what originally was told to be as the concept of it … Hence we shall be discussing this in a later chapter which shall also be having a series of topics to discuss this “science of time (or Kaal Vijyana)” which includes the science of eternal cycles of time (Science of Kaalchakra)

 

  • Space (or ether or Akasha) … When we consider space within its any state that is other than its finality (i.e. infinity) and thus we also end up considering the unitary values of space, then space is also found to be eternally cyclic (i.e. cyclically expanding and contracting) … This knowledge of an eternally cyclic nature of space which itself is the reason for eternal expansion and contraction of space within any microcosm (i.e. right from a universe till an atom) that has ever begun within the Maker’s Makings, was told as Akashchakra within the Vedic lore’s …

Continuing with above bullet point … The fact about this eternally changeful and cyclic expansion and contraction of space is also the subtler base of that Vedic knowledge where human bodies are told to be of different sizes during different divine age cycles …

Continuing with above bullet point … But sadly as of now this knowledge of Akashchakra (or the cyclic nature of space) is already lost in this world because the humans of earlier times could not preserve it within their memories …

 

  • Direction (or path or Disha) … When we consider direction within its any state that is other than its finality (i.e. omni-directionality) and thus we also end up considering the unitary values of direction, then dimension of direction is also found to be eternally cyclic …

Continuing with above bullet point … This knowledge of an eternally cyclic nature of dimension of direction itself is the reason for eternally cyclic changes in paths (or texts or scriptures or codes or rituals or languages or ways of life etc) and where these changes also take place within each microcosm (i.e. right from a universe till an atom) that has ever begun within the Maker’s Makings, was told as Dishachakra (i.e. eternal cycle of directions, paths, texts, religions and ways of life) within the Vedic lore’s …

Continuing with above bullet point … And the Dishachakra itself is the base of rise and fall of knowledge systems and thus is also the basis of end of times of those knowledge systems which are individualistic (i.e. monotheistic) … Only that knowledge system which is pluralistic yet monist can ever have the knowledge of Kaalchakra, Akashchakra,  Dishachakra and Dashachakra inherently placed within it because individualism can never be capable to satisfy the requirements of all aspects of the triple times due to the fact that individualism is only designed for a limited time span (or a single specific time span) and it is also due to this reason, that individualistic systems always have an end time which itself is not what the eternally cyclic nature of time is in systems which are resting in pluralistic monism … And since Sanatan Dharma is a pluralistic yet a monist system, so this cyclic nature of time is also of Sanatan Dharma only …

Continuing with above bullet point … But sadly as of now this knowledge of Dishachakra (or the cyclic nature of paths or directions or texts or religions or ways of life) is already lost in this world because the humans of earlier times could not preserve it in their memories …

 

Deviating a bit to explain a related aspect …  It is only due to the effects of Dishachakra that all religions which are based upon individualism and thus are only relating to one or another unitary value of any of the dimensions, have always had an end time theory because as the cycles of other three dimensions (i.e. time, space and state) change, then the earlier directionality (or religion or text or system or way of life etc.) is unable to continue to point to the real nature (or real center) which is applicable to that stage of changes within the unitary values of other dimensions and this is what leads to an off-sync of that individualistic system (its way of life and its followers) to the macrocosmic creation within whose envelopes each individualistic system, its centered entity, its followers and propagators itself reside …

As these four cycles change their states and thus change their unitary values, then this also leads to an off-sync of ways of life (i.e. Disha or direction) to the changed dimensions of the macrocosmic creation and this in turn leads to all sorts of manmade and natural chaos to get manifested in the world because the system that is being followed by humanity itself becomes unfit to serve the changed conditions of the four primary dimensions (i.e. time, space, directions and state) of the macrocosmic creation … And it eventually is from within that chaotic state that a newer way of life (i.e. a newer direction or path) which is apt for the incoming changes due to the cyclic nature of dimensions, gets originated and that too through an appropriate instrument who gets chosen by the macrocosmic creation … This chosen macrocosmic instrument is the one who is made to enter that world so as to lay down the path (or direction or way of life) of the incoming cycle of time …

But at the same time, each path (or a way of life or direction) is also dependent upon the cycle of time that is underway and due to this reason, what gets laid down is not something that is totally new … In fact during any cycle of time, the same knowledge which was also present in the similar cycle of earlier times and thus it is the same lost knowledge that gets laid down within a world by that chosen macrocosmic instrument … Thus all these paths (directions or texts or religions) which relate to individualism, are also cyclic as far as their cyclic originations, existence and dissipations are concerned and it is due to the same reason, that all individualistic paths have always had an end time theory because no individualism can ever serve the entirety of the three times and yet be an individualistic (or monotheistic) system …

Time is the primordial dimension of the macrocosmic creation and time itself is ever changeful when we consider it within its unitary values … When the time cycles change, then the unitary values of space (i.e. the dimension of space) also changes accordingly … This leads to a stage where the state of existence (i.e. dimension of state) that gets arrived needs a newer direction (i.e. newer path of religion or text or direction) for the microcosm’s who live at that time … Thus just by changes in the eternally changeful dimension of time, the other three primary dimensions of the macrocosmic creation (i.e. space, directions and state) also get changes accordingly …

This newer direction is to ensure a synchronous state of the ways of life of microcosms to the dimensions within whose purviews these microcosm’s live … And since the previous directionalities (i.e. previous text or religion or path) are no longer apt for those change times, so it is due to this reason that the earlier directional paths (or religions) also end up entering into its end of time … As far as any individualistic (monotheistic system) is concerned, the current stage of Kaalchakra (i.e. current stage of progress of cyclic nature of time) is leading to this state of their end times only and as far as the dimensional unitary values that currently are applicable to this world are concerned, it is already standing at the stage of end of individualism (monotheism) and thence a simultaneous rise of pluralistic monism (Or in other words, Dharma or Sanatan Dharma) as needs to be the main way of life within the incoming age of sages (in this text, this age of sages is also called as the Guru Yuga) and where the root concept shall be of Brahmand Dharana (which means as the state of oneness to allness and her each part) …

This end of time is always there in any individualistic (monotheistic) system because a monotheism is never designed to last throughout the entirety of time cycles … And thus specific types of monotheistic systems (which as such are relating to specific egoistic Gods and their heaven only) just manifest when dimensional conditions are apt for them to do so, then these monotheistic systems stay for a while (until the dimensions stay apt for them to continue to flourish upon that world) and when the dimensions change to a state where these monotheistic systems cannot continue any further, then these individualistic (or monotheistic) systems just exit out of a world in such a way that there does not even remain any trace of them during a distant future time …

And because the directions (or paths or systems or ways of life) are also cyclic, so when the cycles of time again reach a stage where they are favorable for a monotheistic system to get manifested, then that system again re-manifests within the world and resumes its existence, exactly from the stage where it had last left …

Thus as far as any sort of individualism (monotheism) is concerned, following is a fact …

  • Whatever ends at any time, only ends to re-begin at a later time …
  • And whatever re-begins at any time, only re-begins to end at a later stage …
  • This is the endless cycle of individual directionalities (or individualistic texts and paths, or monotheistic religions, or self serving ways of life) …
  • And this itself is the basis of end time theories to be present within all individualistic systems (i.e. within all monotheistic religions) …

And contrary to above discussed individualistic systems, because a pluralistic yet monist system (and its parts or sects) is based upon oneness (or sameness) to the pluralistic-monism of the macrocosmic creation within which that system itself lives, so such a system always holds theories of a cyclic nature of time … And at the same time, such a system also has to keep itself changeful as per the demands of the ever changeful time cycles and this is what ensures its expansive state of pluralism …

And yet since a pluralistic monist system is only relating to the same essential and common truth which is all that gets arrived through the various paths of that pluralistic monist system, so it is due to this reason that such a system is also holding an essential monism within it and this is what makes that pluralistic yet monist system to be the eternal (Sanatan) way of life (Dharma) …

This eternal yet cyclically changeful state of directions (i.e. cyclically changeful paths to the same truth) is what was told as Dishachakra in the ancient Vedic lore’s, but sadly this knowledge is also lost as of now because humanity could not preserve it within their memories …

This cyclic nature of time (and other dimensions) was originally told by the Vedic sages and so is the knowledge of time (including knowledge of its unitary values) a Vedic knowledge only as when this knowledge of dimensions (Ayaam Jnana) was given, none of these recent religions (which came by during the last 9000 years or close to this time) were ever dreamt off in this world … Resuming again …

 

  • State (or condition or mode of existence or Dasha) … When we consider state within its any condition that is other than its own finality (i.e. omnipresence) and thus we also end up considering the unitary values of the dimensions of state, then this dimension of state is also found to be eternally cyclic … Dashachakra is thus the reason for the eternal cycles of origination, existence and destruction-rejuvenation within all parts of allness … This knowledge of an eternally cyclic nature of state which itself is the reason for eternally cyclic changes of all microcosms (i.e. right from a universe till an atom) that has ever begun within the Maker’s Makings, was told as Dashachakra within the Vedic lore’s … But sadly as of now this knowledge of Dashachakra (or the cyclic nature of state) is already lost in this world because the humans of earlier times could not preserve it within their memories …

 

Now with above as a base, we proceed further …

Within the Prakriti Purusha Yoga that is being discussed here, these four primary dimensions of the macrocosmic creation are “primarily” resting within their finalities (i.e. final states) and this itself is in addition to these dimensions simultaneously also resting in the complete ranges of unitary values … Thus this union of Prakriti Purusha Yoga is a complete one or in other words, it is the one which is based upon fullness of allness …

It is only due to this completeness or fullness of this union (of Prakriti Purusha Yoga) that all microcosms which itself are originated from within this union, are also holding a fullness within it … This was the fact which was told in the Veda Mantra of an earlier discussed topic whose header was of “As IT originally was” …

 

GG-3 … Omnipotent and Omniparient nature of Prakriti Purusha Yoga …

This means the that within the Prakriti Purusha Yoga, following is the state of dimensions …

  • Dimension of time is eternity (Sanatan or Trikaal Stithi) …
  • Dimension of space is infinity (Anant or Sarvata Stithi) …
  • Dimension of direction is omni-directionality (Sarva Disha Stithi) …
  • Dimension of state of omnipresence (Sarva Dasha Stithi) …
  • And then the finalities of these four primary macrocosmic dimension as have been mentioned above are unioned to each other, then the state of omnipotence (Sarva Shaktimaan or Bhagwan Maheshwara Shiva) …

Thus basis above, omnipotence is the stage when the finalities of the four primary dimensions are unioned to each other …

And since this state itself is within the Prakriti Purusha Yoga (Shakti Shiva Yoga) so the term Omnipotent is also relating to the same union only …

And since it is from this union of Prakriti and Purusha that everything originates, so this union is also the one which denotes the “Omniparient (i.e. the parent of all that ever is or could ever be)” …

As also a fact, that one who is the omniparient, itself is the one who is Omnipotent (i.e. the all potent or Sarva Shaktimaan) …

 

Proceeding further …

And as we had discussed earlier, omnipotence itself is arrived after the finalities of all four primary dimensions are unioned to each other …

Omniparient can only be the one who is omnipotent … And omnipotent is that stage which is of a union of the finalities of the four primary dimensions …

Thus basis above, following stands out as a fact ……….

Finality of dimension of time or Kaal (i.e. eternity) + finality of the dimension of direction (i.e. Omnidirectional) + finality of the dimension of state (i.e. Omnipresent) + finality of the dimension of space (i.e. Infinity) = Omnipotence of the Omniparient one …

And that who is the omnipotent one, itself is the omniparient one because nothing can ever be omniparient, unless it is the holder of omnipotence …

And that who is addressed as the omniparient being (i.e. parent of all microcosms) in any scripture is also related to the unioned state of Prakriti and Purusha that is being discussed here … This is because of the fact that without this union, there can neither be any omnipotent one nor can there be any omniparient one …

Thus basis this discussion, the terms “Omniparient being (i.e. parent of all)” and “Omnipotent being (i.e. supremely potent)” are eventually relating to the same union of Prakriti and Purusha (i.e. Shakti and Shiva) that is being discussed here …

And since the sound of this union of Shakti and Shiva (i.e. Prakriti and Purusha) is of “Raam Naad (Sound of Raam)” itself, so a self realization of this “Sound of Raam” is also denoting the same Omnipotent and Omniparient principle …

 

GG-4 … Prakriti and Purusha (i.e. Shakti and Shiva) in each microcosm …

That which originates from Prakriti Purusha Yoga, holds the aspects of both Prakriti and Purusha within itself …

And since entirety of allness and her each part is originated from the same unioned state of Prakriti and Purusha, so it is also due to this reason that each microcosm is holding both the masculine and the feminine aspects (i.e. Purusha and Prakriti) within itself …

And due to the same reason, each masculine microcosm always holds a certain amount of feminity and each feminine microcosm is also holding a certain amount of masculinity within itself … And those aspirants (i.e. microcosm) who can balance these two within their ways of life (and/or during their meditative practices) are the ones who qualify to enter into Prakriti Purusha Yoga (or Shakti Shiva Yoga) that is being discussed here and such aspirants eventually become the ones who self realize the Raam Naad (Sound of Raam) or Taraka Mantra (fully liberating mantra) of Bhagwan Shiva also …

 

GG-5 … Prakriti Purusha Yoga from the point of view of dimensions (Ayaam) …

We had already told the four dimensions and their finalities were also discussed, so this topic is an extension of that earlier discussion …

Omnipresence … Since the same union of Prakriti and Purusha is eternally present in all that has ever begun as a microcosm within any part of the Maker’s Makings, so this union of Prakriti and Purusha i.e. Prakriti Purusha Yoga, is also an omnipresent one … Thus from the point of view of dimension of state (i.e. Dasha Ayaam), this union is omnipresent …

Eternity … And since it is from this union that allness and her each part was originated, so this union had actually happened prior anything like the macrocosm or microcosm had even originated … As also, since this stage was prior the later stage of unitary values of time has even manifested, so due to this reason, this union is also the one whose time span cannot be traced … Thus this union is also a timeless one whose beginning and end cannot be traced … As also, that whose beginning and end cannot be traced, is none other than an eternal one … Thus from the point of view of dimension of time (i.e. Kaal Ayaam), this union is an ever present and thus is an eternal one (Sanatan) …

Omni-directionality … Since everything that resides in any direction was also originated from the same union, so this union is also an omnidirectional one … Thus from the point of view of dimension of direction (i.e. Disha Ayaam), this union is the omnidirectional one …

And it is due to this omni-directionality and the earlier discussed omnipresence and eternity, that this union is related to each path, text, code, religion and God that has ever manifested (during any of the three times and upon any of the triple worlds) because ultimately all these are related to the same union as far as their manifestations (and/or originations) are concerned …

There is nothing which originates from anywhere (or anything or anyone) that is other than this union, and thus there really is nothing which can claim that it does not relate to this union …

And due to this reason, all paths (directions) of evolution and liberation (or Kaivalya Moksha) that are ever arrived at during any of the three times and within any of the triple worlds,  are also related to the same union which is being discussed here …

Infinity … And since this union is everywhere, in everything and during all times because it by itself is the parent of all that ever is or could ever be, so if the dimensional expanses of this union are studied, then they would only be found to be infinite … Thus from the point of view of the dimension of space, this union is the infinite (i.e. Anant) itself …

 

GG-6 … Completion stage of Prakriti Purusha Yoga …

And eventually when these two (i.e. Prakriti and Purusha) are fully unioned to each other, then this union is also found to be such that either of the two (i.e. Prakriti and Purusha) cannot be distinguished from each other …

Thus basis above paragraph, this union also denotes the perfect state of non duality of the two primordial and primary dualities of Maker’s Makings i.e. this union also denotes the perfect non duality that eternally rests within the apparent dualities of feminine and masculine aspects …

Thus when any aspirant enters into this union, then all dualities end for that aspirant i.e. that aspirant evolves beyond all dual natures and thus begins resting within the perfectly non dual real one …

All the microcosms are originated out of this non dual state of union of Prakriti and Purusha itself and thus both Prakriti and Purusha are eternally present within each microcosm …

So whenever any microcosm (aspirant) arrives at an evolutionary ripeness and rightness to exit out of allness and her each part, then these two (Prakriti and Purusha) which are eternally present in that aspirants microcosm, become unioned to each other, which in turn lifts the aspirants consciousness into that which is beyond the entirety of Maker’s Makings i.e. the aspirants becomes liberated through this union itself …

And since the union of our discussion is a universal fact as far as exit from allness and her each part is concerned, so irrespective of the path that anyone may follow, when the time to exit out of allness would arrive, each aspirant has always entered into the same Shakti Shiva Yoga (or Prakriti Purusha Yoga) which is being discussed here …

 

GG-7 … Prakriti Purusha Yoga and voidness (Shunyata) …

 GG-7-A … Direct cognition of Emptiness (Shunyata) through Prakriti Purusha Yoga …

 

Voidness or emptiness or Shunyata or Shunya Tattva ...
This is the Voidness or emptiness or Shunyata or Shunya Tattva … This is the original on lighted state as was of the Primordial Nature … This is macrocosmic voidness or voidness of allness or Sarva Shunya … This is also the state that is told as “Non-Lightness enveloping Non-Lightness” in Naasadiya Sukta of Rig Veda … This is how it was prior to origination of the manifested states of the macrocosmic creation … And itself is the RESULT of  PRAKRITI PURUSHA YOGA that is being discussed here … This might just be the first depiction of the absolute state of macrocosmic voidness or emptiness of allness or Shunyata within the human history of this eon …

 

Above figure describes the non lighted state of macrocosmic voidness …

Macrocosmic voidness is that state which was prior the macrocosmic creation had gotten self originated from within the envelope of the same non lighted state of macrocosmic voidness … Due to this reason, macrocosmic voidness is also termed as the primordial nature within this text …

It eventually is from within voidness, that allness of the macrocosmic creation self manifests itself … And due to this reason, macrocosmic voidness also denotes the subtle state of fullness of macrocosmic creation …

As any microcosm evolves, it is also the same voidness which is self realized by that microcosm and that too prior that microcosm can even qualify to walk the last pathless-partless path (i.e. Brahmpath), alone … This is because the return path (i.e. path of liberation) cannot be any other than the “almost” reciprocal path of origination … Here we have stated the term “almost”, as the return path (or path of evolution) can never be exactly reciprocal and this is even when the path of exit leads to exactly the same state from which the origination of macrocosmic creation had originally commenced … This is a matter of discussion in a later topic, so we shall not be dealing with it here …

The same macrocosmic voidness is told as Shunyata, emptiness, voidness, elemental voidness, Shunya Tattva, eternal non lightness (i.e. the state of eternal darkness), voidness of allness, darkness enveloping darkness, Sarva Shunya, Primordial nature, Shunya, Adi Prakriti etc-etc …

 

Proceeding further …

And this macrocosmic voidness is what needs to be discussed here with respect to Shakti Shiva Yoga and Raam Naad … So here it goes …

At earlier stages of this topic, we had discussed the following …

  • Prakriti is the feminine principle … Prakriti is equivalent of Shakti (i.e. pristine divinity of the divine absolute being) …
  • Purusha is the masculine principle … Purusha is the equivalent term for the Absolute or divine being (i.e. Shiva) …
  • So now we move beyond the above stated facts and discuss that stage when these two i.e. Prakriti and Purusha are united to each other …

Irrespective of whether it is within the greater macrocosm or within any microcosm, whenever the masculine and feminine principles become perfectly united to each other and thence they arrive at a state of perfect harmony and balance to each other, then the macrocosm (or microcosm, as the case may be) remains with no choice but to enter into “voidness of allness (Sarva Shunya or Shunyata)” …

And it is from this self realization and thence the later stage of entry into voidness, that the next stage of self realization of Zero Infinity and simultaneously Infinite Zero (or Shunya Anantah, Anant Shunya) or Shunya Brahma is arrived at … And then only is the even further stage where the aspirant begins resting within union to Shunya Brahman is arrived at … And from Shunya Brahman, is arrived the self realization of the attributeless-infinite being …

Thus as a matter of fact, only when this stage of perfect balance of feminine and masculine aspect is arrived at and that too, within the aspirants microcosm itself, does that aspirant self realize the emptiness (or Shunyata) … And only when emptiness is self realized, does the aspirant self realize the later stage of Shunya Brahman … And only after self realization of Shunya Brahman does the aspirant self realize the attributeless infinite being (i.e. Nirgun Nirakaar Brahm or Brahman or Paramshiva) …

As such unless these two (i.e. the feminine and masculine aspects) are perfectly self balanced due to their perfect union within the aspirant’s microcosm itself, then that aspirant can neither self realize emptiness (Shunyata) nor Shunya Brahman nor even the attributeless infinite being (i.e. Brahman) … This is an absolutely undeniable fact …

Thus basis above, at any point of the Maker’s Makings, if Prakriti and Purusha arrive at a perfect harmonious balance to each other, then the voidness gets self manifested (i.e. self realized) at that same point itself …

Thus basis above even the concepts of voidness (emptiness or Shunyata) are related to the same union of Prakriti (Or Shakti or feminine principle) and Purusha (or Shiva or masculine principle) … The entirety of Buddhism is relating to this discussion only …

And also those parts of knowledge within Siddha sciences which relate to Shunya are also related to the same discussion only … And this concept also relates to Jain and Sikh lore’s also …

And the path of above self realizations also passes through the same Raam Naad that is the base of this discussion …

 

Proceeding further …

Prior we close this short topic on voidness, we need to discuss the following …

  • Process of self realization of voidness from within Prakriti Purusha Yoga …
  • And its relation to the mind sheath (which in Sanskrit language means as Manomaye Kosha) …
  • And its relation to the mind plexus (i.e. the Manas Chakra) which lies at the uppermost level of the 1000 petalled lotus which is present at the top of brain of each aspirant …

 

Both of Prakriti and Purusha are eternally residing in each aspirant’s microcosm …

Within the aspirants microcosm, when these two (Prakriti and Purusha) are perfectly balanced and when they are just about to enter into the stage of voidness of their own individualities, then just prior to this stage (of these two entering into voidness) the mind is already voided …

Unless the aspirants mind enters into voidness, the later stage of self manifestation of voidness from within this union of Prakriti and Purusha cannot even be self realized by that aspirant …

Thus basis this discussion, prior to the stage when voidness is self realized from within the union of Prakriti (feminine principle) and Purusha (masculine principle), the mind of that aspirant is already voided (i.e. emptied out) …

Reiterating again so as to leave no scope of any later misinterpretation … Unless an aspirants mind is voided (i.e. emptied out) the self realization of voidness cannot be arrived at by that aspirant …

Now read this carefully … Thus basis above, whenever an aspirant self realizes voidness (emptiness) then it by itself is a proof that the aspirants mind is already resting in voidness (i.e. the mind is already emptied out of its earlier existence within individual-dualities) …

 

Proceeding further …

And this self realization of voidness is always had through the transit of the six petalled mind plexus (Manas chakra) which is present inside the 7th plexus (or Brahmarandra chakra) itself … I.e. to self realize voidness, the consciousness pot (or white pot of lighted butter or Amrit Kalash or Pot of nectar) of that aspirant has to rise to the mind plexus and also go beyond …

Inside the thousand petalled 7th plexus (Brahmarandra chakra) there are three smaller plexus’s and the topmost amongst these three plexuses is the white-colored six-petalled mind-plexus (Manas Chakra) …

The six petals of the Manas chakra are of a white color which is enveloped by a very-light blue colored light which becomes progressively darker as the sight moves further from the white colored petals …

Mind plexus rests within the envelope of macrocosmic voidness (i.e. emptiness of allness or Sarva Shunya) and thus when an aspirant (i.e. aspirants consciousness) transits through and thus goes beyond the Mind plexus, then only does that aspirant self realize emptiness (Shunyata) …

Unless this mind plexus (Manas Chakra) is transited through by the consciousness of an aspirant, self realization of the final stage of macrocosmic voidness (i.e. emptiness of allness or Sarva Shunya) can never be arrived at … This is an absolutely undeniable fact …

But to transit this mind plexus, one also needs to transit all the seven plexus’s which itself is a mammoth task to do and it is only due to this reason, that during history of the macrocosmic creation, not even a handful of aspirants have ever self realized the non-lighted state of emptiness (Shunyata) …

 

And finally for this discussion …

And since the mind plexus (Manas chakra) itself is an intrinsic part of the thousand petalled lotus (i.e. crown plexus or 7th plexus of Brahmarandra chakra or Sahasrara) which is present at the top of brain and also since the mind plexus directly opens up into voidness (i.e. when the mind plexus is crossed over, then the self realization of emptiness or Shunyata or Shunya Tattva is arrived at), so it was due to this reason that the “Brahmarandra chakra (or 7th plexus)” was also termed as “Shunya Chakra (or plexus of emptiness)” within the Siddha Sciences of Sanatan Dharma …

 

The end Note:

If I find it necessary, then in a later chapter I shall show the painting of the mind plexus (Manas Chakra) which as such has never been painted during human history, except of course it’s highly esoteric depictions which are visible within the Zoroastrian lore’s (or Parsi Lore’s or Lore’s of those excellent people of ancient Persia who in their times of peril had come to mainland India and made it their home) …

Note continues … And these people (of ancient Persia) who later one came to be addressed as Zoroastrians, were the same people who were also addressed as “Shakdweep Saurya Saraswat Brahmins” during the time spans which were of the earlier divine age cycles (i.e. during and prior Deva Dwaparyuga) …

Continuing with above note … This name of Shakdweep Saurya Saraswat Brahmins means “the Sun (or Fire or self-luminosity or heat-light) worshipping Brahmins of erstwhile Persia (i.e. Shakdweep) who in their originality of race are none other than the people of the ancient Saraswati river civilization (i.e. they also were Saraswat)” … And in their even earlier existences, these were the Brahmins of Rig Veda and Atharvaveda and thus they were the Brahmins who rested within the Vedic Mahavakya “Prajnanam Brahm” which in English language means as, “Self-Luminous is That” and within the Vedic Mahavakya of “Ayam Atma Brahma” which means “This (innermost essence or Atman) is That (supreme or Brahman)” or simply, This is That

Continuing with above note … And due to their relation to Atharvaveda, they were also related to the knowledge of Ayurveda (i.e. song of eternal life, here and beyond) and as far as the Puranic lore is concerned, these were the people of Surya and Agni Purana (i.e. the Path of Sun and Fire) … If necessary, within later topics I shall be discussing this civilization in even greater detail because these were the original ones who were the knower’s, holders and preservers of the path of supreme-light that is told about in all religions (i.e. all those who come during the last few millenniums) …

Note continues … The knowledge of Manas chakra (Mind plexus) was preserved by these Brahmin people of ancient Persia (who itself were of the earlier Saraswati river civilization) and it was due to this reason, even the son of Sri Krishna who later on came to be known as “Sage (or Rishi) Samb” had taken the assistance of these learned ones of ancient Persia, so as to reach the summit of self realization and thence attain the high status of being a Rishi of the Eighth plexus of his time …

Note continues … And it eventually is to Rishi Samb that the terms Sambhalpur, Sambhal Gram, Shambhalla etc., are related because the place where he had attained the status of Rishi, came to be known as the “land of Rishi Samb (or Sambpur, Sambhalpur, Sambhal Gram and Sambhalpur)” and the same place came to be addressed as Shambhala within the much later Buddhist or other lore’s … That place which came to be known as Sambpur, Sambhalpur etc., is near Jagannath Puri Temple in the state of Orissa (Odisha) of India …

Continuing with above note … During those ancient times as were of my much-much earlier transmigrated incarnations which also were on this world system itself, the place which is now called as Odisha was addressed .,as “Ur-Isa (or Ur-Isha)” … This land of Ur-Isa was extending right from the present day Kashi city in the west (in the state of Uttar Pradesh) till Gaya (in the state of Bihar) till beyond the Jagannath Puri temple (i.e. Aamnaya Peetha of east direction which is in the state of Odisha) and till a little beyond Sri Sailam (of the present day state of Andhra Pradesh) … In addition to this, the northern lands which are a little beyond Tibet in the north and the eastern lands until western Myanmar were also considered to be intrinsic parts of this Ur-Isha of ancient times …

Continuing with above note … The word Ur-Isha was given to this place because this place was famous for being the one  where the “consciousness flies (i.e. Ur or Ud) and merges to the Supreme Being (Isha)” … And the same place was stated as “land of Ur” in the much-much later Biblical lore’s …

Note continues … In every leg of every divine age cycle, one sage always comes to the world so as to open up the path “of and to” the 8th plexus and the place where that path is opened up, comes to be known by the name of that sage itself … This is how it has always been till now and this is how it is supposed to be in any near or distant future …

Continuing with above note … And the path to the 8th plexus is always opened up  whilst resting in any of the “eight Puri (Puriashtak)” which are as geographical areas, in addition to being subtly-present within the aspirant itself … Additionally, the aspirant who opens up this path to 8th plexus also needs to be born in the geographical boundary of the same Puriashtak as without this aspect being complied, that aspirant can never be the one who can ever open the path “of and to” the Ashtama Chakra

Rest in a later topic as it not necessary to continue this discussion here … So now we shall also have to continue further with the topic at hand …

 

GG-8 … Shakti Shiva Yoga itself is Prakriti Purusha Yoga … Thus basis above discussions, following stands out as a fact …

What is told as Prakriti is actually the same as what is told as Shakti and what is told as Purusha is actually the same as what is told as Shiva …

Just as the union of Prakriti and Purusha (i.e. Shakti to Shiva) happens inside the physical body, so does the same union also happen inside the greater macrocosmic creation …

Since the original union of Prakriti to Purusha was the reason for the self origination of the macrocosmic creation and her each microcosm, so when the same union of Prakriti to Purusha (i.e. union of Shakti to Shiva) happens inside an aspirant’s microcosm (as is shown in the earlier paintings), then it only denotes the stage from where the aspirant begins returning back to that condition which was prior to the stage when the original origination of the Maker’s Makings had just about commenced …

Thus due to the facts mentioned in above paragraph, when any aspirant successfully passes through the Shakti Shiva Yoga (as was depicted in earlier paintings of this topic) then the end result of it is none other than a stage where the aspirants enters into that condition which was prior to the original origination of the Maker’s Makings …

As also, since above arrived condition only denotes a finally liberated state (i.e. it denotes a state of full, final and permanent isolation from allness and her each part or Kaivalya Moksha) so the completion stage of this union (of Shakti to Shiva or Prakriti to Purusha) is also denoting the same Kaivalya Moksha (final liberation) only …

The topic 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.