# Sangha, Jeeva, Jeeva Bhavapan is fullness of Sangha

Here we shall discuss the Yogic mathematics that relates to the base of an extremely ancient concept of Sangha, concept of Jeeva (or Jiva) as base of the concept of Sangha and the fact that Jeeva Bhavapan is denoting the fullness of Sangha …

This topic is the eighth in this series of Zero and Infinity (or Infinity and zero) and it continues from the previous topic that had the header of “Emptiness is full, Fullness is empty, Atma Stithi, Brahma Stithi” … This topic is also the fifth one in this series of self-realizations within the “Yogic aspects of zero and infinite” as was the header of an earlier topic …

• ## 1+1+1+1 … Endlessly = Infinity … Macrocosmic aspect of undefined Infinity … Basis of concept of Sangha …

Now we shall consider an example by adding up individualities … 1+1+1+1 indefinitely until the result shall be infinity (1+1+1+1 … Indefinitely = infinity) …

This refers to the final effect of eternal oneness of allness, when already stationed in infinity and which till now has already been discussed in various ways …

When already stationed in the condition that is described by above header, then it is also found that from the point of view of the eternal unity as is denoted by the sub-header of this part of the topic, the apparent numerals (individualities) all of which are apparent as lesser or greater undivided or unbroken parts of the same allness, are unioned when they rest in the finality of unity, that itself is of infinity …

In infinity, there remain no differences between states …

Thus, this discussion also leads to the following facts …

• An eternal unity of all parts of allness, when already stationed in infinity …
• All parts of allness i.e. all individualities become irrelevant to a Yogi, who knows the infinite …
• A Yogi who knows the infinite, is no longer an individual, even when he may seen to be an individual in his (or her) incarnated state …
• All paths meet in infinity … All straight line or curved line paths also meet in infinity … Even the parallel paths, which may seem to never meet, would meet in infinity …
• Infinity is the only uniting factor of the pluralistic yet monist macrocosmic creation … Thus, since the infinite is Brahman, so it eventually is through the concept of Para Brahman, that unity can prevail in any world … And even in Kaliyuga (as is the case of this world) … This is because, the perfect non-duality only rests in and is of Parabrahman

Basis this discussion …

Individuality only represents fracto-allness …

So, once those fractures are let go so as to arrive at the allness itself, then that state only rests within the infinite …

Thus, in such a state, all these individualities are extinguished because all those individualities only end up arriving at their real corpus, which itself is infinity … And this is just as it is stated in the sub-header of this text …

As also, irrespective of one’s numeric value (i.e. state of evolution), whenever the numeric state (individual-duality) is let go, the end result is only of allness that gets arrived at … And where this state of allness itself is the infinite within which all the numerals (individualities), irrespective of their hierarchical macrocosmic standings, have ever resided …

As such, it really does not matter as to what is ones numeric value (i.e. one’s evolutionary standing or one’s position within the macrocosmic hierarchy), because whenever the aspirant let’s go of its own numeric existence (i.e. the aspirant lets go of its individual hierarchical state or macrocosmic standing or evolutionary standing) and then gets into allness and further lets go of this allness that is then arrived at, then the end result of this “let go of allness and all its parts (or in other words, completeness of detachment)” is always the infinite …

And it is due to this reason, detachment is always to allness and not to her one or another part (i.e. one or another individuality or individual corpus of such individualities) … Unless detachment is to allness, which also includes all that is resting in allness, the end effect of above stated equation of 1+1+1+1 … Endlessly = Infinity, would never be attained or arrived at by the aspirant …

Proceeding further …

Within the realization of the header of this discussion, following is what comes to fore as far as the evolutionary paths are concerned …

Even though the individual paths may be different within differing systems, which also are as per their specific hierarchical standings (i.e. hierarchies of the beyond states or beyond beings, to which these systems relate), whenever the aspirant let’s go of all these and where this let go is within all its hierarchical manifestations (i.e. all individualities and corpuses), the end result of it is always the attributeless infinite state (i.e. Nirguna Nirakara Brahman) …

As such, when within the path that relates to our current discussion, irrespective of where the aspirant may be within the macrocosmic hierarchy, once the let go happens in its totality (i.e. totality of all there ever is within the Makersmakings), then the state that gets arrived, is only the attributeless infinite being (Parabrahman) …

But at the same time, if the aspirant believes in the primordial state or any state which relates to macrocosmic nature, then in such a case, that aspirant would enter a realization of the primordial nature (i.e. primordial zeroness or Shunyata), prior the attributeless infinite being (Nirgun Nirakaar Brahm) gets self-realized and provided the aspirant does not get attached to that primordial nature and thus gets stuck there itself …

Proceeding further …

And thus due to this reason, when these individualities are “subtly studied” whilst they still within their non-real-grosser-individual state, which also rests within their subtler unioned corpus (as is of allness), then it leads to two possibilities …

• First possibility is, if these individualities which form the entire corpus of macrocosmic creation have not yet arrived at a realization of their fuller eternal union to one another, even when these individualities are eternally residing within the same united macrocosmic corpus, then such a case, these individualities shall have to continue within the principle of eternal evolution …
• And on the contrary if we consider the second possibility, that is, if each of any individualities lose its own individual-dualities towards others and thence accepts their unioned state as is within the “macrocosmic corpus (symbolic of infinity)” as their own reality, then that individuality, would become the path which leads the entire corpus of individualities into infinity, but provided other individualities accept him, just as he them is, the infinite … In such a case, the entirety of individualities could also vanish after such a merger is effected in a totality …

Continuing with above bullet point … This means, that, if each individuality which itself is a part of the eternally unioned state of the macrocosmic corpus, accepts the corpus of infinity (as is of that individual, who denotes it) as their final state and thence rest their consciousness within it, then in such a state, the infinite shall be arrived at or realized by each individual state or part which makes that unioned corpus …

Continuing with above paragraph … This in turn means, that each entity, which earlier was residing within such a corpus, would end up realizing the infinite … Thus, such a condition leads to the final self-realization for all individualities, that in their finally united condition, are what the macrocosmic corpus actually denotes and also symbolizes, only the infinite …

And thus is the utility of a fuller state of union when one is entering those paths that lead to the final realization of the undefined attributeless Absolute (Nirgun Brahma) …

### Fullness of Sangha is denoted by concept of Vedic word … Jeeva Bhavapan …

Same discussion is the basis of Sangha as is directly and indirectly referred to in many philosophies …

But the concept of Sangha which is currently there, does not denote the fullness of the equation that is stated within the sub-header of this discussion, i.e. 1+1+1+1 … Endlessly = Infinity

I say so, as the present condition of various Sangha’s does not denote the fullness or wholeness or completeness of the header of this discussion which was told as 1+1+1+1 … Endlessly = Infinity

As a matter of fact, Sangha in its present state is limited to “corpus of followers of a system” and this as such does not denote the final state of what Sangha really means and is denoted through 1+1+1+1 … Endlessly = Infinity

Sangha in its finality only denotes the the united condition of the entire corpus of allness, which as such is infinity, as denoted by the header of this discussion which is stated as 1+1+1+1 … Endlessly = Infinity

Thus, in reality, in any Sangha the numeral 1 as stated in the equation of this discussion (i.e. 1+1+1+1 … Endlessly = Infinity), has to refer to the Sanskrit word, Jeeva (every microcosm, of here and beyond) …

Thus, basis this, unless Sangha is related to all parts of allness, it does not denote the finality of eternal innermost union that ever is within all parts of allness, and which in its own finality of union, only denotes the infinite being (Nirguna Brahman) …

Thus, unless Sangha denotes allness and her each part, it is not Sangha …

And to denote allness and her each part, compliance to the Vedic concept of Jeeva stands paramount …

Proceeding further …

But since within their manifested (i.e. gross or physical) and non-manifested (i.e. subtler) states, all parts of allness can never be unioned, so the only way to that finality of unity that is denoted by the term Sangha, is that each member of Sangha holds an inner unity to allness and her each part … And where this inner unity, is just as is denoted by the fullness of concept of Vedic word, of Jeeva …

In such a state, where there is an inner unity of each member of the limited state of Sangha, all members of that Sangha would eventually self-realize the infinite and their consciousness would also unite to the infinite being, provided their inner unity is to the entirety of concept of the Vedic word, of Jeeva  …

Thus, in such a state where each member of that limited Sangha complies to the innermost and final meaning of the Vedic word of Jeeva, then even when that Sangha may not be of the entirety of Jeeva’s, yet the final effect that would emanate out of that Sangha, would be nothing but the infinite …

Thus basis above, to reach the summit through Sangha, that which knower’s of Vedas tell as “Jeeva Bhavapan” stands paramount for each member of that limited Sangha … And if this is complied, the the end result for each member of tat Sangha would only be as told by above stated equation as 1+1+1+1 … Endlessly = Infinity … And this would be even when, that Sangha would be limited and thus would not be comprised of all that comes under the purviews of the Vedic Sanskrit term, of Jeeva …

Proceeding further …

To have a Sangha which includes all parts of allness (i.e. all Jeeva which includes all animate, inanimate, supra-inanimate and supra-animate parts of allness), is an utter impossibility, unless above discussion on “Jeeva Bhavapan Awastha” of the limited number of members of a Sangha, is complied … Jeeva Bhavapan is the fullness of Sangha …

The paths to fulfillment of above discussion are many, so I really don’t find a need to discuss those … But the fact would still remain that the fullness of Sangha, which itself is the undefined infinity as is denoted by the header of this discussion (i.e. 1+1+1+1 … Endlessly = Infinity … Fullness of Sangha) can never be attained on a universal basis, unless the limited state of members of present day Sangha, make it manifest through their own inner ways (inward paths of unity to allness and her each part) …

And when any single member of that Sangha is about to arrive at the discussed fullness of Sangha (i.e. 1+1+1+1 … Endlessly = Infinity), then this is when each member of that Sangha (physically present Sangha) also starts relating to the finality of that Sangha … There is no way to reach the fullness of Sangha, other that whatever is discussed here because to have the fullness of Sangha, which includes all microcosm’s of the Maker’s Makings, and that too in a physical world, is an impossibility …

So what my Gurudeva of previous incarnation (Gautam Buddha) had told regarding Sangha, is as discussed here …

#### Sangha as base of religious memberships …

And the same base has ever been utilized as the basic concept of all beliefs and faiths (religions), which are also based on this part of this discussion …

But at the same time, none of them could ever reach the finality of this discussion as none of them really followed the the root of concept of Sangha as is discussed here …

Thus, even when all these (faiths, religions, geographies, etc.) are as large corpuses, but due to their own inherently adopted individualities (or monotheistic ways), they could never generate that very subtle fathomless corpus out of their limited selves, which itself is infinite … And this is also why, none of these have ever been in oneness to allness and her each part (i.e. entirety of Makers Makings) … Which itself is the reason for them to remain as individualities …

And like fools, they believe that during their end times, they can manage to convert the whole world to their believed individualistic ways, which is also an impossibility as such a path would only lead to that widespread state of chaos, where such individualistic systems, would not know how it went wrong and where it went wrong for them …

This is because macrocosmic creation which itself is pluralistic yet monist, would never allow any religion to take over the entire world, unless that religious philosophy complies to the requirement of being intrinsically pluralistic and yet essentially monist, which as such is only available in Vedic ways of life …

And due to this reason, in history of macrocosmic creation, whenever the world has become one, then that oneness had always arrived through Vedic ways of life, because only this way of life complies to the ever expansive, pluralistic yet monist  ways of life, which itself are of the macrocosmic creation …

This itself is why, none of these individualistic systems have ever been peaceful till now, because peace only comes after the inner unity to allness, as is described by the header of this discussion and which itself is denoting the Vedic way of life …

Any other way, would only lead to cyclic states of manifestation of chaos and peace, within the adherents of all these individualistic systems (and their limited Sangha’s) and which itself is as unless the header of this discussion is completely followed in the ways of life of members of any of the Sangha, the systems of egoistic Gods (Abhimani Devata) can never be evolved past …

And unless these egoistic gods and their systems are evolved past, cycles of inner and outer chaos and peace, can never be avoided …

Fracto-oneness is the path of these cycles of chaos and peace and thus, unless fracto-oneness is let go of by the inhabitants of a world, and that too within their own ways of life, the fuller manifestation of inner and outer peace, can never be arrived within a world …

This fuller manifestation of inner and outer peace, is what infinity denotes (as differences vanish in infinity and just as we had discussed earlier) and which itself is of the attributeless infinite being (Nirguna Nirakaar Brahman) …

1+1+1+1 indefinitely = Infinity, is only arrived at when the practitioners (or aspirants) have such an inner state of union, that their individualities are not apparent within that formed corpus and whenever this happens, all aspirants shall realize infinity (Brahman) … And that too, at the same time … This is the basis of all end time theories, where it is thus told, that during the end times, many better aspirants shall merge to their believe greater entity …

Macrocosmic limitations of path of 1+1+1+1 indefinitely = Infinity …

As also one of the problems with this technique is that, macrocosmic nature would never allow above to happen on an individualistic level, because if all believers realize the infinite being simultaneously, then there shall be a sudden deficiency of flows and dynamism within the manifested state of macrocosmic nature …

All microcosm’s (animate, inanimate, supra-inanimate and supra-animate) emanate a “specific” subtle flow and dynamism out of themselves … Here, this emanated flow is told as “specific” because it depends upon the evolutionary standing of that microcosm, within the macrocosmic hierarchies …

Thus, depending upon the specific macrocosmic standing (evolutionary standing within the macrocosmic hierarchies) is the type and quantum of subtle flow and dynamism that gets emanated out of the microcosm …

And since no two microcosms ever hold the same evolutionary standing, so no two microcosm can ever emanate the same type and quantum of flow and dynamism from themselves …

Thus, there has never been a case, where any two microcosm’s have ever emanated the same type and quantum of flow out of themselves, whilst they have rested within the same macrocosmic creation …

And since the type and quantum of subtly emanated flows and dynamism that are emanated by and out of any microcosm and into the macrocosmic creation is directly dependent upon the evolutionary standing of the microcosm, so this also means that no two microcosm’s can ever hold the same evolutionary standing, and that to, at the same time …

If any non-compliance to this discussion is arrived at, then both microcosm’s who have same evolutionary status within the macrocosmic hierarchies and thus are emanating same types and quantum of flows out of themselves, would be dissoluted along with the complete dissolution of the universe within which this non-compliance takes place …

And this was the reason for my Gurudeva of previous transmigrated incarnation (i.e. an incarnation that is arrived by adopting the path of transmigration of soul) whom the world addresses as Buddha and also as Gautam Buddha, to tell me, that, “there can never be two finally arrived ones (i.e. attainment of Buddhahood) within the same universe and that too at the same time” …

And this is why he had asked for his Gurudakshina of “one final return back to the world” at a later time, which itself became the reason for this transmigrated incarnation …

Proceeding further …

If such a fault (as discussed above) is arriving, then the macrocosmic nature always gives signs to those two aspirants …

And whenever such a fault does arrive, then the entire universe in which these two aspirants reside, is dissoluted …

Thus, non compliance to the discussed fact is also the reason for dissolution of worlds, planes of existence and also the universe … And because of this risk, macrocosmic creation never allows such a state to arrive within the same universe …

But, prior to arrival of such a condition, to save the entire universe from dissolution, the world or plane of existence would enter into chaos of all sorts that would be natural, manmade and divine …

Proceeding further …

Due to this reason, any system which tries to relate to the header of this discussion (i.e. 1+1+1+1 indefinitely = Infinity) and thus they say, that the whole world has to follow their own religion, have always been instruments of chaos within that world …

As also, since monotheism (individualism) is of such a nature only, so individualism has never been and cannot ever be a reason for long lasting state of peace … This is the reason, why a cyclic state of chaos is inherent in all forms and non-forms of monotheism …

This cyclic state of chaos is only because, of trying to comply to this fact on a physical level (i.e. trying to convert all inhabitants of a world to the believed religion) … Neither has nor can this ever happen in any distant future, due to the macrocosmic limitation as is discussed here …

Thus, this is also the reason, why Sanatan Dharma (i.e. Hinduism or simply, the eternal way of life, here and beyond), has never had any concept of conversion because of the fact, that the Vedic sages had already known, this discussed limitation of macrocosmic nature …

Thus, to prevent becoming monotheistic, the root ways of Sanatana Dharma (i.e. Vedic and Yogic ways) have always been based upon pluralistic monism …

This is because, mother nature is intrinsically pluralistic yet essentially monist and to ensure inner and outer peace in a world, Vedic and Yogic ways have always been the same …

Thus, unless pluralistic yet monist ways of life are adopted, the aspirant can never get a fuller support of the entirety of Maker’s Makings, which itself are within each aspirant and also are the same (macrocosmic creation) within which that aspirant rests, irrespective of whether that existence is here, or beyond …

Proceeding further …

As such, if any system tries to go against this primary requirement and limitation on a physical level and within any world, then rest assured that, such a system is neither eternal nor capable to survive the end time of that human age cycle (Manav Yuga) or the divine age (Mahayuga or Deva Yuga) within which that system had manifested …

Thus, during change of a human age cycle (Manav Yuga Chakra) and also during change of a divine age cycle (Deva Yuga and Mahayuga), all such systems (religions etc.) that try to counter whatever is told here, always end up in an uncontrollable chaos …

During the stages of end of that human age (Manav Yuga) or divine age (i.e. a Deva Yuga or a Maha Yuga), these systems are also gone from that world in such a way, that there remains no trace of them during the distant future, as would be within the next age cycle (i.e. a human age or Manav Yuga and divine age or Deva Yuga or Mahayuga) …

Since as of now, this world is already within the stage of change of human age cycle, so the coming times would also be leading to end of all individualism (monotheism) that was generated during the presently ending human age cycle … And where this ending of monotheism (individualism) would be in all its forms, i.e. military, security, geographies, geopolitics, economic, social, political, religious, etc-etc …

I know majority amongst humans of today wouldn’t believe this discussed aspect, but I know their future generations would …

Proceeding further …

The macrocosmic limitations on this discussion (i.e. 1+1+1+1 indefinitely = Infinity) is also the reason for fractures in any ways of life (or systems) and these fractures also keep happening, whenever any two parts of that system (or way of life) try to unite to each other and thus become one …

Thus, whenever conditions are ripe and right, any belief which has ever followed this technique (i.e. 1+1+1+1 indefinitely = infinity), has had to divide into fractions (Fracto-religions, fracto-countries and as times progress, differing power centers and the consequent arrival at federalism of all their parts) … But this nonsense only happens if humans try to be one on a physical level, without being one on the subtle level (i.e. within themselves … Their mind, knowledge, prana, I’ness and consciousness) …

And on the contrary, if humans unite within their own selves, then the physical breakups, would also unite … Thus, the only way these limitations of macrocosmic creation can be avoided, is by adopting the inward path of unity (and not the outwardly paths of unity, that humanity has gotten into since the start of Kaliyuga, about 5100 years ago) …

Thus, basis above …

• External unity … Is subject to the discussed macrocosmic limitation …
• Inner unity … Is the eternally unrestricted …

##### 1+1+1+1 indefinitely = Infinity … Cycles of pluralism and monotheism …

From this discussion, which also denotes the self-preservational capacity of the macrocosm in its pluralistic yet monist state, is also arrived its eternal nature …

Whenever monotheism (of any form or formless nature) manifests and gains strength, then the subtlety of allness vanishes from that world or plane of existence because inner unity vanishes …

And thence as the monotheism (i.e. that belief which relates to just one or another state of Maker’s Makings, instead of allness) progresses upon a world, the grossness keeps accumulating and thus in such a case, the degeneration cannot be avoided on that world …

However, as grossness keeps increasing the chaotic situation of a world, followers of monotheism eventually get into a destructive mode …

And “mostly” only after that destruction do they realize realize this error in their belief, so as to appreciate the basis fact that monotheism has never been and can never be a reason for long lasting peace in a world … This itself is due to the fact, that monotheism is against the pluralistic monism of the Makersmakings in whose envelopes all religions, texts, gods and ways of life reside …

Only after this realization, do the adherents adopt a way of life that is based upon intrinsic pluralism of the macrocosmic nature and which ultimately leads to the essential monism, as also is of the macrocosmic creation …

To ensure pluralism and simultaneously ensure monism within a followed system, the system eventually adopts one or more of the following as its own parts …

• Theistic … There is god …
• Theistic-Atheistic … There is god, but eventually in the final reality, there is no god) …
• Anti-theistic … Theistic way is incorrect, as there is nothing like god …
• Anti-atheistic … Atheistic way is incorrect, as Supreme being definitely exists …
• Henotheistic … Concept of Ishta Devata … I.e. many gods, but we choose one …
• Pan-theistic … Everything is a part of the same Absolute and thus everything is only leading to the same Absolute …
• Pan-entheistic … Everything is Absolute, but Absolute being still has a greater indescribable part …
• Pandeistic … Absolute created all, and then became one with it, as the absolute pervades and envelopes allness …
• Atheistic … No proof of existence of god …
• Nano-atheistic … There is no minute soul …
• Poly-atheistic … All paths of theistic beliefs are incorrect, as godhead in any form does not exist …
• Omni-atheistic … Allness is an illusion and thus is non-real, in turn proving there is neither a creation nor a creator …
• Monotheistic … There is only one absolute …
• Monist … There is naught but one within all that is ever apparent …
• By-theistic … The concept of masculine and feminine principles … i.e. Prakriti and Purusha
• Tri-theistic … (The concept of Trinity … Like Brahma, Vishnu and Rudra
• Penta-theistic … Five worshipped ones i.e. Vishnu, Surya, Shakti, Rudra Deva and Ganesha …
• Setpa-theistic … Seven planes of existence or seven chakras of yoga …
• Octa-theistic … Either planes of manifest nature or eight chakras or plexus or Ashtanga yoga or eight limbed path or concept of eighth chakra or (Ashtama Chakra) …
• Novo-theistic … Eight planes of manifest nature or Apra Prakriti and one plane of non manifest or beyond nature or Para Prakriti
• Polytheistic … There are many gods …
• Non polytheistic … There is just one to whom all paths and all gods are related and also leading …
• Pluralistic … There are many ways to the same truth …
• Endotheistic … Inward movement or inner path to realize the union of soul and Absolute, is the correct path … i.e. the path of Science of soul or Atma Vijnana is the better of all paths
• Exotheistic … All that we see as outer aspects within all that is manifest and non manifest, is part of the same Absolute) …
• Nano-theistic … There is existence of soul in its Nano state …
• Nano-atheistic … There is no soul in a Nano state …
• Shunya Vadi … Relating to the concept of emptiness (Shunya) …
• Mega-theistic … Allness itself is Brahman (or Absolute) …
• Omni-theistic … Everything is Absolute or Brahman resides in and envelopes all that ever is …
• Realistic … Self analytical or rational correctness is a must …
• Non realistic … (Non analytical, as one has to believe what is written in scriptures …
• Non dualist … Non-duality only exists … Rest all is illusion …
• Nano-mega theistic … As is the macro part, so is each micro part …
• Dualist … Opposites are needed to exist …
• Nano-mega atheistic … Soul or Atman and Absolute or Brahman are different from each other and thus are not same …
• And many other words which could be utilized to describe those vast number of paths of all beliefs, all of which are an intrinsic part of the Sanatana Dharma, who itself is the great grandmother of all philosophies …
• Thus Sanatan Dharma has everything that is listed above … And more

But irrespective of what was the path during any age cycle, whenever any age begins turning to the next one, the path of the next age always starts from the spread of Yoga Tantra of Sanatana Dharma …

This is because Yoga itself is the root of all paths …

Thus, whenever a world begins seeing a vast spread of Yoga and where that spread is also to those lands which earlier on were terming Yoga as path of devil, then one must know that the present age cycle (Yuga Chakra) has already begun turning to the next one …

And this is also the stage, when a soul is chosen by the root divinities of Maker’s Makings, so as to lay down the subtle yet strong foundational knowledge of the incoming age cycle, which in the present case of this world, would be the Age of Sages (i.e. Guru Yuga) …

The age of sages (Guru Yuga) is that human age of truth (human golden age or Manav Satyuga) which runs within the much longer time spans of the divine degenerate age (Deva Kaliyuga as is told by Vedic Brahmins) …

And the chosen instrument of this turn of age cycle to Guru Yuga (Age of Sages) would have to be a “Sage from Maheshwara” because the next age cycle (i.e. Guru Yuga) is an age of very subtle oneness to allness, whose path is of Yoga, that would be directly related to Maheshwara … In Vedic lore, Maheshwara is also the one who is addressed as Tatpurusha face of Sadashiva and the same Maheshwara if also the one, whom Vedas have addressed as Hiranyagarbha Brahma (Golden womb of creation) …

Above advent of the sage of Maheshwara, is  due to the fact, that, Maheshwara is the Lord of Yoga, Yoga Tantra, Yoga Marg, Yoga Rishi, Yoga Samraat, Yoga Guru, Yogeshwara, Yoga Siddhi and Yoga Tantra … And since, the next age is of Guru Yuga, which itself is the age of Maheshvara, i.e. age of Yoga, so the installer of this age would only have to be a sage who returns back from Maheshwara (i.e. Tatpurusha) …

The same Maheshvara is also addressed as Ukar in Yoga Tantra and Vedas … Ukar is also addressed as Okar, the sound of O … And the same Ukar, is also addressed as Tatpurusha face of Shiva, golden womb of creation (i.e. Hiranyagarbha), etc., etc., …

And to lay down the subtle yet strong foundation of that Guru Yuga (Age of Sages) whose time span is about 10,000 years, would be needed a Sage of Tatpurusha, who would ultimately be known as the Yuga Sthapak (i.e. one who installed the subtle yet strong foundation of Guru Yuga) …

Continues …

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