Showing posts with label Yogic Spirituality. Show all posts
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During meditation, you can see divine dreams, smell divine, taste divine, touch divine, and hear divine Anahata Sounds. God speaks to you and gives you orders. The Kundalini Shakti has been awoken, as shown by these signs. Kundalini has awoken when there is throbbing in Muladhara, when hair stands on its root, when Uddiyana, Jalandhara, and Mulabandha appear involuntarily.

Know that Kundalini Shakti has become involved when the breath stops without effort and Kevala Kumbhaka appears without effort. Know the Kundalini Shakti has awakened when you see waves of Prana coming up to the Sahasrara, when you witness happiness, when you automatically repeat Om, and when you have no thoughts of the world in your head.

When your eyes get locked on Trikuti, the middle of your brows, and the Sambhavi Mudra activates during meditation, realise that Kundalini Shakti has become active. Know that Kundalini has become involved when you sense Prana sensations in various parts of the body, as well as jerks similar to electric shocks. Know the Kundalini has awoken when you feel as if you have no body, when your eyelids shut and do not open to your exertion, and when electric-like currents run up and down the nerves.

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The Chakras are centers of Shakti as life force—in other words, they are Pranavayu's Pranashakti embodied in the living body, with the presiding Devatas being the names for the Universal Consciousness manifested in the form of these centers. The Chakras are not visible to the naked eye. And if they were visible in the living body that they helped to organize, they vanish with the demise of the organism.

Yoga contributes to heaven by mental purity. When dealing with others, keep your behavior in check. Have no feelings of envy towards other people. Be considerate of others. Don't despise sinners. Be good to all. If you devote all of your energies to your Yoga practice, you will achieve fast results. You must have a strong desire for liberation as well as a lot of Vairagya. You must be sincere and sincere in your intentions.

In order to achieve Samadhi, you must practice intense and continuous meditation.

The Muladhara and Svadhishthana Chakras, or centers, near the anus and sexual organs, respectively, are where an earthly man's mind travels with base instincts and emotions.

When the mind is cleaned, it grows to the Manipura Chakra, or navel core, and feels certain strength and pleasure.

When the mind is cleaned, it ascends to the Anahata Chakra, or heart core, where it enjoys happiness and sees the effulgent form of the Ishta Devata, or tutelary god.

When the mind is highly purified, meditation and devotion become deep and insightful, and the mind rises to the Vishuddha Chakra, or the center in the throat, the mind feels an increase in energies and ecstasy. And after the mind has entered this center, it has the potential to descend to the lower centers.

The Yogi achieves Samadhi and realizes the ultimate Self or Brahman as he meets the Ajna Chakra, which is located between the two eyebrows. Between the devotee and Brahman, there is a faint feeling of separation.

The Yogi achieves Nirvikalpa Samadhi, or superconscious state, as he enters the divine center of the brain, the Sahasrara Chakra, the thousand-petalled lotus. Every sense of separation vanishes. Supreme Asamprajnata Samadhi is the highest level of consciousness. Siva and Kundalini became one.

The Yogi can descend to the throat's center to give guidance to the students and to help others (Lokasamgraha).

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Yoga is the practice of connecting the human soul with the Supreme Soul, of connecting the latent Kundalini Sakti in the Muladhara Chakra with Siva in the Sahasrara Chakra. By tradition, all disciplines that aid in achieving this purpose are often referred to as Yoga.

According to Vedanta, the individual soul is encased in five sheaths: Annamaya Kosha (the gross body), Pranamaya Kosha (the vital sheath), Manomaya Kosha (the mind), Vijnanamaya Kosha (the intellect), and Anandamaya Kosha (the bliss-sheath or the ignorance that immediately veils the Self), and that the goal of life, namely Self-realization

When do we consider a part or organ of the body to be completely healthy? When we are unaware of the existence of the organ. When we are not sure that the ear exists, it is in great health; when there is suffering, we are aware of its existence. As a result, they must all be clean of afflictions in order to overcome the five sheaths. Yoga will assist you in this endeavor.

Hatha Yoga's purifying Kriyas and Asanas ensure that the body is well and free of illnesses. The vital sheath is revitalized by pranayama. The mind is strengthened by Pratyahara (withdrawing the mind's rays and preventing them from streaming outwards) and Dharana (concentration). Meditation allows the mind and instincts to come together in a harmonious way, and the Yogi's wisdom becomes intuitive. Through piercing the curtain of blindness, Samadhi illuminates the soul and exposes the Self. Yoga is the ideal system for all-around self-cultivation.

However, no one can embark on this glorious mission without first planning the ship. This is ensured by Yama-Niyama, or the canons of correct behavior. No one will advance in Sadhana if his senses are not under balance, if he is not honest, kind, caring, and pure. Many of his body's channels are leaking energy. His vital sheath has been weakened. His thoughts are entirely extroverted. He has a bland intellect. His spirit is engulfed in a thicket of darkness. Meditation is a pipe dream for such a man. 

As a result, I insist that all spiritual seekers do the following:

1. Participate in Nishkama Karma Yoga for self-purification and righteousness cultivation; and 

2. Do as many Japa as possible to receive His Grace.

The importance of these two—Karma Yoga and Bhakti Yoga—cannot be overstated.

Controlling the mind, concentrating the rays, and reflection become much easier until the senses are under control and the heart is purified. 

The aspirant should recall the two great watchwords of Sadhana: 

(a) Abhyasa (unwavering, extreme, unbroken, constant, and systematic practice), and 

(b) Vairagya (dispassion, aversion to all sensual pleasures, non-attachment to sense objects).

The aspirant's mind may continue to meditate to the degree that he or she improves in these two areas. Meditation will bring you pleasure. The mind will eagerly anticipate the mediation time.

When this disorder gets serious, the mind will be in a state of trance all of the time. When your hands are busy with the tasks of the day, your mind will be blissfully disconnected from the outside world, happily watching the play of the senses and sense-objects (Sakshi-Bhava). You are a perfected Yogi once you have reached this state. 

All you have to do is sit and close your eyes to overcome the five sheaths and unite with the Supreme Soul. Your acts will be in accordance with God's will. You would have superhuman intelligence, mind, and physical abilities. 

You'll never be drained, bored, or sad again. Your thoughts would have the ability to change people's lives. Your heart will be overflowing with people's kindness and devotion, and all of humanity will be drawn to you. You'll transform into a metaphysical magnet. As a Yogi, sage, and Jivanmukta, you will shine. You've been set up. This is the objective.

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1. Do Asanas and Pranayama first thing in the morning or three hours after eating.

2. Before beginning the practice, pray to Guru and God.

3. Eat Sattvic food and avoid spicy, pungent, sour foods as well as stimulants such as tea and coffee.

4. Keep a tidy, secure space that is well-ventilated, calm, and free of insects and other forms of disruption.

5. Adhere to strict Brahmacharya and avoid needless conversations.

6. Minimize your desires. Develop a sense of fulfillment.

7. Take a bath before the practice; if this is not necessary, shower first and bath at least half an hour afterwards.

8. Sit with your back to the East or North.

9. Train on a daily and systematic basis.

10. Be Still, always.

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What is Ideal Yoga?

Any Yogic students believe that a Yogi is someone who can run, walk on water, and do other miraculous feats. It's a tragic oversight. Real Yoga is being quiet, calm, radiating love, having an intense aspiration to realize God, having a sense of service and dedication, and being self-controlled. Yoga isn't about flying through the clouds. After attaining human birth, why does one strive to fly like a bird? You must have a duty to possess all divine qualities and a willing heart to please others. This is what Yoga is all about.

Being good and doing good should be your goal. Be ready to share what you have with others at all times.

You should know the scriptures and be dedicated to your preceptor, saints, and sages. Nirvikalpa Samadhi is also not needed. Why do you want to be absorbed into the system?

Is it absolute? Serve as Nityasiddhas with a thin veil of individuality. Have supernatural virtues and walk on this planet like a divine being. Do not aspire to be strong. Powers will appear on their own. Have all of the noble virtues. Be rid of spite and hate. Encourage others by setting a good example.

Disseminate the Rishis' note. Attempt to live a moral life. Tell me as it is. Worship your mother as God, your father as God, your tutor as God, and your visitor as God. Give, but do so modestly. Give with a generous heart.

Give with affection.

There is only one eternal Atma, one universal Consciousness, which resides in everyone's hearts.

Aspiration, renunciation, concentration, and purification are also ways to do this.

Control the anger. Do not get annoyed as a result of confusion. Make an effort to comprehend everyone.

Recognize and respect the emotions of others. It's a bear insult. Injury to a bear. Sarvabhutahite ratah, be ever intent on the wellbeing of everyone. You should put these into practice rather than only studying the Brahmasutras and Upanishads. Through purification and service, the Upanishads should flow from your heart.

The highest thing on this planet is selfless devotion. You will become spiritual as a result of your service. Serving others is a divine existence. In God, service is everlasting life. Service that is selfless and unattached will get you Cosmic Consciousness. However, no one wants to serve! All needs to be taken care of by someone. You'll have to get rid of your ego. You'll need to pulverize it into a powder. It will take six months to remove oil from the bones and ignite it. Such is the struggle, as it were, on the road of self-realization.

Be a decent person and do good deeds. This is the core of all of the world's scriptures and prophets' teachings. Just a small percentage of people are interested in inner life. All is looking for peace, but they don't know where to find it. They look for it in material wealth and possessions. Maya is astute.

She never encourages others to experience the joy of an inner life in the Atman. Man, deluded by her influence, believes there is no transcendental world, no realm outside the senses. “Eat, drink, and be merry,” has become a life motto. Only all who have received the Divine Grace have access to the kingdom of God.

May you all understand the real meaning of Yoga and base your life on selfless service to humanity and the creation of all spiritual virtues with Atma Bhava. May you all have a strong desire to succeed.

Deep meditation is a great way to achieve Self-realization. Can you all shine brightly as Nityasiddhas, spreading joy and happiness across the world.

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Yoga is primarily a self-culture operation. Its aim is to achieve spiritual perfection, also known as Self-realization. Yoga is a technique for controlling the internal organs, the breath, the mind, and the senses.

Yoga practice has a rich and balanced life. It is, after all, the science of leading a good and pure life.

Yoga is a process that involves self-control, mental equilibrium, truthfulness, love, purity, and selflessness.

Yoga also includes the practices of Asana, Pranayama, Bandha, and Mudra.

A country made up of physically fit and mentally stable citizens has the potential to be amazing.

Physical education can begin at a young age. It is necessary to prepare both the body and the mind.

Exercises can include for physical and emotional development as well as leisure.

Asanas maintain muscle suppleness, spine elasticity, mental faculties, lung power, internal organ ability, and longevity.

Via increased blood pressure in the brain box, Sirshasana develops the brain, confers strong memory, and increases eyesight and hearing capability.

Sarvangasana stimulates thyroid gland development, strengthens the lungs and heart, and elongates the spine.

Bhujangasana, Salabhasana, and Dhanurasana improve bowel peristaltic flow, relieve constipation, and treat abdominal diseases.

The pelvic muscles and organs are toned up with Viparitakarani Mudra and Paschimottanasana. They are beneficial to the digestive system. Mayurasana, Agnisara Kriya, and Uddiyana Bandha are also beneficial to digestion and appetite. Ardha-matsyendrasana improves digestion.

The liver and spleen benefit from Ardha-matsyendrasana.

In Dhanurasana, rolling from side to side provides excellent abdominal massage. Matsyasana is beneficial to the growth of the lungs, brain, and eyes, as well as the upper portion of the spine. Savasana is a yoga pose that relaxes the body and mind while providing complete poise and rest.

Women and infants above the age of seven are not excluded from doing Asanas.

Any Asana should be practiced for just a minute or two at a time, but with the guidance of a qualified coach, the time may be progressively increased to a limited length.

Pranayama gives you energy, vitality, and immortality. It strengthens the chest muscles and develops the lungs.

To begin, focus on deep inhalation and exhalation. Then try to catch your breath as long as you can safely. Around the early hours of the morning, practice a few sessions of deep breathing.

Practice Bhastrika Pranayama in the winter and Sitali and Sitkari in the summer.

Mild exercise Pranayama does not require any special dietary restrictions or living conditions.

Never put so much pressure on yourself. Make use of common sense. Continue the career if you see any significant benefits. If you have some pain, stop doing it and seek professional help.

Withdraw your mind from all external stimuli and attempt to focus on a single entity or subject. Concentrate on the Om sign, or on an Avatara or a saint's image.

Consider the spiritual virtues of auspiciousness, holiness, harmony, sanctity, grace, equanimity, nobility, honesty, and selflessness during your meditation. In your daily life, try to develop these qualities. Often tell the facts. Be a good person.

Live a life of egoless-ness and detachment. Try to keep the feelings under balance. Try to control the emotions. Don't be overbearing. Be humble, courteous, and friendly. Do not be envious of another's wealth. Be optimistic rather than cynical. Make no attempt to become wealthy or popular at the detriment of others.

Examine your motivations. Examine the ideas carefully. Investigate the origins of things. Do not chase after the world's phony glitz. You must exercise restraint. Give up personal comforts and luxuries if it means you can support someone else. Still have in mind the spiritual, vital essence. Yoga is a method for doing and achieving these things for eternity.

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Yoga is an excellent self-cultivation method that is both realistic and efficient. Yoga is a scientific discipline. Its aim is to promote the harmonious creation of the body, mind, and spirit. Yoga is the practise of moving the senses away from the objective world and focusing the consciousness inside. Yoga is the soul's or spirit's everlasting presence. Yoga helps to regulate the mind and its many manifestations. Yoga is an inward journey through which the heart serves as a portal.

Yoga is the practise of controlling one's mind, senses, and physical body. Yoga aids in the coordination and modulation of the body's subtle powers. Yoga brings beauty, harmony, and eternal happiness into your life. Yoga will assist you with both your professional and personal life. Yoga allows you t
o maintain mental calmness at all times. You will have a good night's sleep. Increased stamina, vigour, resilience, resilience, and a high level of health are all possible. Yoga elevates you to the height of spiritual beauty and splendour by transforming your animal essence into divine nature.

Yoga practise will assist you in controlling your emotions and passions, as well as giving you the ability to avoid temptations and clear your mind of distracting factors. It will allow you to maintain a calm mind at all times and eliminate exhaustion. It will provide you with serenity, calmness, and excellent focus. It will enable you to have communion with the Lord and thus achieve the ultimate goal of life.

If you want to succeed at Yoga, you must give up all worldly pleasures and practise Tapas and Brahmacharya. You'll need to be able to manage your thoughts deftly and tactfully. To stop it, you'll have to use judicious and wise approaches. It would become more turbulent and mischievous if you use intimidation. Force cannot be used to manipulate it. It will continue to hop and float forward. Those that try to tie a raging elephant with a thin silken thread are similar to those who try to bind a raging elephant with a thin silken thread.

Yoga cannot be practised without the guidance of a Guru or preceptor. The Yoga aspirant should be modest, simple, gentle, refined, tolerant, merciful, and kind. Yoga would not be effective if you have a need to gain psychic abilities. Yoga does not include sitting cross-legged for six hours, halting the heart's heartbeat or pounding, or burying oneself for a week or a month under the earth.

Self-sufficiency, impertinence, vanity, luxury, name, celebrity, self-assertive personality, obstinacy, ego complex, sensual desires, evil business, laziness, overeating, overworking, too much mixing, and too much talking are some of the hurdles in the way of Yoga. Allow yourself to publicly admit your flaws. Samadhi, or union, will come naturally until you are rid of all of these negative characteristics.

Yama and Niyama can be practised. Sit in Padma or Siddhasana peacefully. Breathe slowly and deliberately.

Withdraw all of the senses. Have your emotions under control. Make an effort to concentrate. Asamprajnata or Nirvikalpa Samadhi is the product of meditation (union with the Supreme Self).

Let the practise of Yoga help you to shine as a genius Yogi. Will you live in everlasting peace.

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The Bhavana is more significant in this Pranayama than the Puraka, Kumbhaka, and Rechaka ratios.

Face East or North when sitting in Padma or Siddha Asana.

Begin this Pranayama after mentally prostrating to the Sat-lotus guru's feet and reciting Stotras in honor of God and Guru. This Pranayama would quickly lead to Kundalini awakening.

Deeply inhale without making a whistle. When
you inhale, imagine the Kundalini, which has been latent in the Muladhara Chakra, has been reawakened and is ascending from Chakra to Chakra. Have the Bhavana that the Kundalini has entered the Sahasrara at the end of the Puraka. The more vividly you see Chakra after Chakra, the faster you can advance through this Sadhana.

Hold the breath for a few moments. Rep the Pranava or the Ishta Mantra as many times as you can. Focus your attention on the Sahasrara Chakra. Feel the gloom of ignorance that has engulfed your soul being dispelled by Mother Kundalini's Grace. Feel as if light, strength, and wisdom are pervading your whole being.

Now slowly exhale. As you exhale, see how the Kundalini Sakti descends from the Sahasrara and from Chakra to Chakra, eventually reaching the Muladhara Chakra.

Restart the method now.

It is difficult to properly extol this glorious Pranayama. It's a magical wand that allows you to achieve perfection in a short amount of time. Even a few days of experience will persuade you of its incredible brilliance. Start right now, in this very moment.

May God grant you joy, happiness, and eternity.

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The Yogin who seeks salvation practices Kundalini Yoga, which provides both pleasure and liberation. He enjoys a unique type of bliss and learns unique abilities at each center where he rouses Kundalini. Carrying Her to Siva at his cerebral core, he experiences the Supreme ecstasy, which is Liberation in its essence and Liberation itself when founded in permanence on the loosening of spirit and body.

Energy (Sakti) is divided into two types: static and potential (Kundalini) dynamic (the working forces of the body as Prana). There is a static backdrop behind all of the action.

The Muladhara's serpent-power is centered in this stagnant center in the human body (root support).

This static Sakti becomes active as a result of Pranayama and other Yogic processes.

As Kundalini unites with Siva in the Sahasrara, the polarization of the body dissolves. The two poles merge into one, resulting in the state of consciousness known as Samadhi. Of instance, the polarization occurs in consciousness. The body does, in fact, continue to exist as a subject of scrutiny from others. It continues to exist in its natural state. However, man's knowledge of his body and all other things has been removed when the subconscious has ceased to work in relation to his identity, the function having been withdrawn into its ground, Consciousness.

Kundalini Sakti, when awakened, ceases to be a static power that sustains the earth-consciousness, the content of which is retained only for as long as she sleeps; and once set in motion, Kundalini Sakti is drawn to the other static core in the Thousand-petalled Lotus (Sahasrara) to attain unity with the Siva Consciousness, or the consciousness of bliss beyond the world of forms. Man is alive to this world while Kundalini sleeps. When she gets up, he rests, which means he lacks his knowledge of the outside world and joins the causal body. He achieves formless consciousness through Yoga.

Kundalini Awakening Pranayama: Concentrate on the Muladhara Chakra, which is triangular in shape and is the seat of the Kundalini Sakti, at the base of the spinal column while you perform the following. Using the right thumb, close the right nostril. Inhale deeply from the left nostril until you count three Oms. As if you were painting the Prana with the air around you. Then, with the right hand's little and ring fingers, cover the left nostril. Then hold your breath for 12 seconds.

Greetings. Send the present straight down the spinal column to the Muladhara Chakra, a triangular lotus. Imagine a nerve-current striking the Lotus, causing the Kundalini to awaken.

Exhale gently from the right nostril, counting 6 Oms. Repeat the procedure from the right nostril, using the same units and the same creativity and sensation as before. This Pranayama would easily awaken the Kundalini. It can be done three times in the morning and three times in the evening. Gradually and carefully increase the number and time according to your strength and ability. The main thing in this Pranayama is to concentrate on the Muladhara Chakra; Kundalini would be awakened immediately if the focus is deep and the Pranayama is practiced daily.

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The Yogis achieve the nectar of equality solely through Samadhi.

The lamp of wisdom does not appear without Yoga practice, just as the fire latent in the sacrificial wood does not appear without churning.

Outside, a vessel's fire does not provide light. When the hull is shattered, however, the light shines from the outside.

The vessel refers to one's physical form. The light or fire inside is the seat of "That." When the body is split by the teachings of a Guru, the light of Brahmajnana shines brightly.

With the Guru as the helmsman and through the affinities of Abhyasa, one passes the subtle body and the ocean of Samsara.

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Vak (power of speech) sprouts in Para, produces two leaves in Pasyanti, buds in Madhyama, and blossoms in Vaikhari—that Vak, as previously mentioned, completes the stage of sound absorption, reversing the above order, namely, starting with Vaikhari, etc.

The four types of Vak are Para, Pasyanti, Madhyama, and Vaikhari. The strongest tone is para. Vaikhari is the most obnoxious of tones.

Vak progresses from the most high-pitched to the most low-pitched tones.

In order to merge in para, or the highest subtle tone, involution requires reversing the order.

Anyone who believes that the One who is the great Lord of that Vak, the undifferentiated, the Illuminator of that Vak is the Self is never affected by language, whether high or poor, good or poor.

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Both of these are consumed in the Pratyagatma—the three dimensions of consciousness, Visva, Taijasa, and Prajna in man, the three, Virat, Hiranyagarbha, and Ishvara in the cosmos, the egg of the universe, the egg of man, and the seven worlds—through the ingestion of their respective Upadhis or vehicles.

The egg, heated by Jnana's light, is absorbed into Paramatman, or the eternal Self, along with its Karana, or cause. It merges with Parabrahman and becomes one with him.

It is then neither consistency nor depth, light nor shadow, descriptible nor distinguishable. That is all that is left, which is Be-ness or Sat.

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The Atman, like a light in a jar, is contained inside the body—or so one can believe.

Atman is around the size of a palm. It's a light that doesn't emit any smoke. It doesn't have any shape. It shines from inside the body. It is indestructible and eternal.

The gross, subtle, and Karana bodies of man are the first three facets of consciousness. The universe's three bodies are represented by the second three dimensions of consciousness.

Man is and appears as an egg in his creation, much as the world is and appears as an egg.

Maya deludes the Vijnana Atma, which resides in this body, during the stages of awakening, dreaming, and dreamless sleep.

However, due to the effect of good Karma, it wishes to achieve its own essential state after many births.

The investigation begins. Who am I, exactly? How did I end up with this smear of mundane existence? What happens to me, who am in company in both waking and dreaming conditions, during the dreamless sleep?

Non-wisdom is the source of the Chidabhasa. It is consumed by wise thoughts in the same way as a bale of cotton is consumed by heat, as well as by its own supreme light.

The outer body's fire isn't even a burning at all.

Pratyagatma can be used in the Dahara (Akasa or the ether of the heart). When earthly knowledge is defeated, it obtains Vijnana and disseminates itself throughout the universe, instantly burning the two sheaths, Vijnanamaya and Manomaya. Then there's He, who shines brightly from inside at all times. It gleams as though it were a light inside a vessel.

The Muni who contemplates this before sleep and death should be known as a Jivanmukta.

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He has completed the task at hand. As a result, he is a lucky person.

Such an individual achieves Videhamukti after renounceing even Jivanmukti.

No sooner the body wears off, than he obtains the emancipation in a disembodied state,

Videhamukti. The state, as if of moving in the air, he gains.


That is all that is left after that. That is the deathless, soundless, touchless, formless, and formless.

That is the essence, or Rasa. It is indestructible and odorless. It is bigger than the big, and it has no beginning or end. 

It's the indestructible, indestructible, and indestructible. The Yoga-Kundalini Upanishad comes to an end here.

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The Yogi should sit in Bindu's seat and close his nostrils, having learned Sushumna and its Bheda (piercing) and letting Vayu go through the middle.

One should join the sphere of peace, Sahasrara or the Sukha-Mandala, after learning Vayu, the above-mentioned Bindu, and the Sattva-Prakriti, as well as the six Chakras. 

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A person's desire for an object is fueled by passion. He is enamored of things and has a strong desire for them. These two influences need to get out of you. 

The Niranjana or the Stainless are the ones to look for.

All that one believes is beneficial to themselves should be abandoned.

Manas (MIND) should be held in the midst of Shakti, and Shakti should be kept in the midst of Manas. 

He can investigate Manas by Manas. He then departs from even the highest level.

Manas is the only Bindu. It is the reason for development and survival.

Bindu can only be made from Manas, just like curd from milk. 

Manas has a different organ from the one in the centre of Bandhana. 

Where Shakti is between the Sun and the Moon is where Bandhana is found.


Hrim, Bham, Sam, Sham, Pham, Sam, and Ksham are the Melanamantras.

The Lotus-born Brahma said, 

"O Shankara, which of the new moon, the first day of the lunar fortnight, and full moon is spoken of as the Mantra's sign?" 

It can be kept solid on the first day of the lunar fortnight, as well as on new moon and full moon days. There is no other choice or time limit.


The tongue of a Yogi should not be rotated in the direction. 

The Yogi would undoubtedly attain Siddhi after twelve years of meditation. 

The Yogi then perceives the entire world inside his body as being identical to the Atman.

This course of the Urdhva Kundalini, or higher Kundalini, conquers the macrocosm, O Chief of Kings. 


It comes as far as the center of the brows and obliquely up to the opening of the ears, O Sage, by everyday drawing it up for six months. It gradually moves up to the root of the chin with practice.

Then, in three years, it grows up to the end of the hair (on the head). It ascends obliquely to Sakha (a region below the skull) and descends to the throat well.

In three years, it will occupy Brahmarandhra. Without a doubt, it comes to an end there.

It runs up to the top of the head and down to the well of the throat in a crosswise direction. The great adamantine door in the head gradually opens.

The six Angas, or sections, of the Khechari Bija Mantra should be performed in six separate intonations. This should be done in order to get all of the Siddhis.

Karanyasa, or the finger and hand movements used in Mantra pronunciation, should be performed progressively. Karanyasa can never be performed all at once and a person's body would quickly deteriorate if they do it all at once. It should be practiced gradually, O best of the Sages.

When going to the Brahmarandhra via the outer path, one should position the tongue after moving the Brahma bolt. The Devas are incapable of mastering Brahma's bolt.

The Yogi can make the tongue join inside after three years of doing this with the point of the finger. It makes its way through the Brahmadvara, or pit. Mathana, or churning, should be well practiced before joining Brahmadvara.

Some smart Yogis achieve Siddhi even without Mathana. He also does it without the aid of Mathana, who knows the Khechari Mantra. By practicing Japa and Mathana, one can reap the benefits quickly.

The Yogi could hold his breath in his heart by threading a gold, silver, or iron wire through his nostrils with a milk-soaked thread. He can conduct Mathana slowly while sitting in a comfortable position with his eyes concentrated between his brows.

Within six months, the state of Mathana becomes as normal as sleep in infants. It is not advisable to do Mathana on a regular basis. It can only be completed once a month.


The Yogi's body reaches a very subtle state of pure Brahman. The body of the Yogi gives up its impure corporal state by allowing the elements to be engulfed in a subtle state in the form of the paramatman or supreme Deity.

It is the only Truth behind all things, which has been liberated from non-sentience and is free of impurities.

The Truth behind all things is That alone, which is of the essence of Absolute Consciousness and has the character of the attribute "I" of all creatures, the Brahman, the subtlest manifestation of That alone.

The Yogi should know as the Brahman the freedom from the notion that the Brahman is qualified, the illusion regarding the presence or non-existence of something other than the Brahman (which should be annihilated), and such experiences as these that remain. Simultaneously with the acquisition of certain awareness of the Atman's form, he achieves emancipation.

When this isn't the case, all sorts of ridiculous and unrealistic ideas emerge. The rope-serpent and other ridiculous ideas spawned by illusion rise to prominence. Strange ideas emerge, such as men and women's perceptions of silver in the pearl-oyster egg.

The Yogi should recognize the Visvatman's and others' oneness all the way up to the Turiya. He must realize the oneness of the microcosm with the Virat Atman and others, all the way up to the Turiya, the macrocosm, as well as the oneness of the Linga with the Sutratman, of the Self with the un-manifested state, and of the Atman manifested in one's Self with the Atman of Consciousness.