World of Archangels
ShrT Maha-kalT is the Aspect of the Supreme Goddess who protects us from evil. She is angry and ferocious towards negativity which tries to trouble us, and is beautiful, sweet and loving to Her children. Being the Supreme Devi as the Consort of Lord Sadashiva, She is the Iccha Shakti, the Power of Desire, who stirs us up to achieve our ascent, and gives us shocks if we are too stupid. ShrT Bhairava is an Aspect of Lord Shiva Himself, as the general of the Divine Army and is also depicted as extremely fierce when confronting evil and very sweet and beautiful to true devotees of the Truth. He is the archangel Michael, St. George, and incarnated as Kabir and William Blake among others.
God however guides us continuously and so do all the million of guardian angels, divine souls beyond the physical plane and our past away gurus and spiritual teachers who keep helping us, guiding us, bringing us together with all those persons who could help us - if we would recognize that divine potential of help, of growth and spiritual progress that lies within every possible encounter we have. Any encounter, any person, any situation we get into, has the sole purpose of allowing us to grow, to learn to love, to get in peace with our previous enemies, to find solutions to our self-made problems, to help us getting out of any attachment that may have paralyzed us for even decades or many incarnations.
Bymaking Samyama on the objectivity knowledge and egoism of the organs by gradation comes the conquest of the organs
Then that man is free. When he gives up even the ideas of omnipotence and omniscience, there will be entire rejection of enjoyment, of the temptations from celestial beings. When the Yogi has seen all these wonderful powers, and rejected them, he reaches the goal. What are all these powers Simply manifestations. They areno better than dreams. Even omnipotence is a dream. It depends on the mind. So long as there is a mind it can be understood, but the goal is beyond even the mind. 52.The Yogi should not feel allured or flattered by the overtures of celestial beings, for fear of evil again.
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I shall now expound to you the method of inhering in the All-inclusive and undifferentiated Reality. This teaching is secret and difficult to understand even with the help of the various Scriptures. Even celestial beings and practitioners of spiritual discipline who hold it dear acquire it only with great difficulty. Follow what I say and, inhering in Reality, be happy.
There are many mystical stories that describe the awakening of the ajna chakra. For example, a well known one concerns Shiva. The devas (celestial and divine beings) were being molested by asuras (demons). The devas represent the positive, harmonious aspects of the mind the asuras represent the negative torces. The devas help one along the path to wisdom, whereas the asuras retard one's progress. Therefore, the confrontation between the devas and the asuras means a person's spiritual progress is being hampered. When the asuras gain the upper hand then there is a retardation. When the devas become dominant, then one makes spiritual progress. tiger skin with his eyes firmly closed. However, he opened his third eye, keeping his fleshy eyes closed. He saw Kama Deva and perceived his motives. He immediately emitted a thunderbolt of psychic power which instantly killed Kama Deva. The story continues and involves various other plots and ploys. Eventually, Shiva is persuaded to mate with...
The number seven was always regarded as a very important number in mystical societies. The Pythagoreans regarded it as the number of spiritual life because man is controlled by the seven celestial spirits. These are the chakras. The Pythagoreans represented the number seven by a geometrical cube, that is, the six surfaces and the mystical seventh point in the centre. The six faces are the chakras and central point is sahasrara, the core of them all. It is said that the number one lies in the centre of the cube and that it represents the real nature of man. This one is the realization of sahasrara, unity or the totality of all things. Reflect on this and try to understand what it means. Ifyou get a logical answer then discard it. for the meaning is beyond the realm of logic.
To finish Inhale, hold the breath 15 Seconds, stretch your arms out as far as possible, putting pressure on your joined fingers. Exhale through the mouth like cannon fire. Repeat this sequence two more times. If this set is practiced for 120 days you'll gain great vitality, personal excellence, and a new concept of what you are. It works on the celestial concept of the third layer of the human mind.
It is in the very cavern of our heart that we can realize the immensity of spaces, and by controlling our own vital rhythms that we can escape the power of time. It is by reaching the source of life that we can escape the power of death. It is by exploring the unknown spheres within ourselves that we can visit the celestial and infernal worlds
This hidden power centre as Hatha-Yogis and Tantrics have done. These points are very relevant to the issue and they indirectly support our hypothesis. We have already arrived at the conclusion that religion, in order to be an inherent attribute of the human mind, and not merely an artificial creation of prophets and sages, must have an independent base in the psychic makeup of man, necessitating a complementary biological apparatus as well. The only way by which this psychosomatic contrivance could make its presence felt is to create an awareness in the surface consciousness of the purpose it has to accomplish. This awareness in the initial stages can only take the form of an unaccountable impulse or desire tending, often erratically, in the direction which it is designed to take, like the indefinable sexual propensities of children before they begin to understand the significance of the urge. We have seen how the impulse started in primitive man with the ideas of totem, taboo, death...
According to Vedic mythology, Lord Shiva was instructing his consort Parvati on the essence of yoga on the shore of a remote island. Shiva noticed that a fish was listening intently to the discourse. Moved by the fish's concentration, Shiva gave a blessing over the aquatic animal, enabling it to assume a celestial form, whom Shiva named Matsyendra, or Lord of the Fishes. This pose is named in honor of this unusual sentient being.
The material or terrestrial sun is the manifestation of the invisible, spiritual and celestial sun. The spiritual sun represents the spiritual aspects of existence, and from it the material sun of material aspects of life is derived. Therefore, it is the spiritual sun that is regarded as the source of power and inner light but because the material sun can be seen by all, it is this aspect that is seemingly worshipped.
There is a well-known story concerning Shiva and his consort Sati (an aspect of Shakti), concerning the origin of the traditional centre of tantra. There are many versions but the following is a brief summary of its main theme. Sati was the daughter of Daksha (Prajapati). Much against the wishes of Daksha, who intensely disliked Shiva, Sati yearned for and eventually married Shiva. At a later time, Daksha held a vast worship and sacrificial ceremony (yajna) to which all the deities were invited, all that is except Shiva and Sati. Sati came to hear of this through sage Narada, and she was very angry at not being invited. .After much pleading she finally persuaded Shiva to allow her to attend. When she reached the ceremony she immediately became involved in an argument with her father regarding the non-invitation of her husband and herself. Her father said that they were not invited because Shiva was so dirty, never wore clothes, was always adorned with a number of snakes and was...
The same experience in a more or less intense form occurs to many people in dreams or in the state between waking and dreaming. They see themselves as if in heavenly surroundings in a highly exalted and blissful state, drinking in the beauty and the glory of the paradise around them, or viewing a celestial object or a godlike being with a rapture that is unknown to the waking consciousness. The majority of people who have any type of mystical experience on rare occasions in their life are often reluctant to relate these intimate episodes of their being to others, under the mistaken idea that the occurrence might savour of the abnormal, or that such an experience, being extremely rare or peculiar to them alone, might be ridiculed by those to whom they narrate the incident. There are other variations also. The rapture, with an instantaneous break through the normal state of awareness into a superearthly plane of existence in which one is swallowed by a flood of inexpressible bliss,...
Kamadhenu, kubjika, tantraraja, varahi, nila, jnanarnava, gayatri, yogini, rudra yamala and the bhuttashuddhi tantras. There are many, many more. The kama sutra, kama ratna and other texts concerning sexual relations and techniques can also be included among shakta literature. One of the most recent and comprehensive tantric texts is called the Maha Nirvana Tantra (supreme liberation of enlightenment). It covers a wide range of subjects, covering metaphysics, philosophy, everyday life, as well as the spiritual path. It deals with the creation and destruction of the universe, mode of liberation from ignorance, nature of Shiva and Shakti, the worship of Brahman, origin and worship of devas (celestial beings), description of the various levels of being (lokas) and many other subjects. It is mainly orientated towards practise, and deals extensively with rituals, mantras, yantras, japa, yoga and other forms of practice (sadhana). It also deals with everyday life and prescribes rules for...
Physical postures there are twelve physical postures which correspond to the signs of the zodiac. During the sun's apparent journey through the heavens it passes through each of these celestial houses in turn. It remains in each zodiac for about thirty days and is said to triumph over each sign as it enters its domain. Each position in surya namaskara corresponds to one of these signs of the zodiac.
In counsel she is my counsellor, in action she is my servant, in religious performances she is my partner, in tolerance she is like the earth, in affection she is like unto my mother, in bed she is like the celestial Rambha and in play she is my companion. Such indeed, O Lakshmana, is my beloved This is the Hindu ideal of a wife. It is the women that keep up the life and happiness of the home through their smile, tender affection, sweet speech, charming personality, grace and angelic presence. The home will be a real void without them. It will lose its peculiar charm and beauty without their presence.
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