Often, the image above depicting the merging of male and female, is translated to mean the merging of lovers as one being. In one sense, it could mean that, yes. However, the true meaning behind this image is a quintessential representation of the state of higher consciousness – in one individual. Continue reading “Brahmacharya, The New Human”
Inspiring the Hindu tradition of Shaktism
Divine Mother Goddess
is seen as the ultimate truth and supreme power.
The western religious spiritual figure-head: Father, Son and Holy Ghost, actually began thousands of years before the Christian belief system adopted their own interpretation of the holy combination of three.
This ancient, original, Hindu sacred trinity, called Trimurti is found upon the premise of Brahma (Spirit) the creator, Vishnu (Son) the preserver, and Shiva (Father) the transformer, all three together as one force are united through an incarnating avatar recognized as Dattatreya and the representation of consciousness.
When the Student is Ready, the Teacher Appears
In order for an awakening to occur, a teacher is necessary to guide and lead the way. This is the purpose of the guru figure, to demonstrate the steps that lead to higher consciousness. With the assistance of the guru, super-powers naturally encoded are gradually awakened. Continue reading “The Guru Appears”
The Life force known as OJAS is the subtle vehicle of consciousness, which enters the heart, the circulatory channels and is fed and improved through food, purity, cheer and hope. It also supplies the body with fine material for building the senses. It is the part of the brain that operates in memory, intelligence and willpower.
At the first formation of the embryo inside the mother’s womb, OJAS begins working with the tissues and fluids inside the womb immediately after conception to create the form and subtle body, the chakras. By the third month, once the heart organ is fully developed, a spark of OJAS enters into the growing infants heart and positions itself to hold consciousness in form and to live out a life destiny. By the fourth month the hands, feet, tongue, nose, ears and internal organs are fully formed.