Kundalini is the visible creation, the energy continuum in Sahasrar is the God, and the dormant kundalini energy in muladhar is the dark energy

The world originates from the mixture of Prana-Manas i.e. Time-Space.

Then it is said in the previously told commentary of hatha pradeepika that the creation originated from the mixture of Manas Shakti and Prana Shakti. It also sounds like some philosophical ruse to me. It may be so in the physical form as well, but it is so in the spiritual form. When the life force reaches the brain, then the mental energy itself gets mixed in it, due to which we experience the world. According to “Yatpinde Tatbrahmande”, the same thing is happening outside. For some unknown reason, there is a stir in the sleeping force in the darkness of the void space. In it the psychic power gets mixed itself, because the divine psychic power of consciousness is present everywhere. This leads to the formation of fundamental particles. Possibly these original particles are the creators, that moving forward, create the entire creation. It is similar to the awakening of prana energy, which is asleep in the darkness of the mooladhara. That’s why they say that this world is sexual. Then Manas shakti has been called as desha or space and Prana Shakti as kaam or time. Then it is said that the original particles are being generated due to the interaction of time and space, as scientists also believe to some extent.

Dark energy is dormant energy

Friends, even empty space is not empty, but it is full of mysterious dark energy. But it cannot be caught by any device. This is the greatest energy. We can only feel it inside ourselves. The universe keeps on forming and disappearing like bubbles in it. Maybe this is God. It looks like void because we can not feel it. Similarly, the energy that is sleeping in the Muladhara is also dark energy. We feel it as our void soul. We are filled with infinite energy at all times, but are unable to feel its light through illusions. It is considered in Muladhara because it is the most distant from the brain. If there is a great light of consciousness in the Sahasrara region of the brain, then the silence of unconsciousness in the Muladhara will be considered dark. On going down from the brain, the level of consciousness falls, which is reduced to a minimum at Muladhara. If one tries to meditate on Kundalini at a time when the mind is exhausted or filled with darkness of tamoguna, the Kundalini picture is formed in the lower chakras. There is nothing mystical in the ten seconds of momentary enlightenment that I experienced. It is pure scientific. The language style of Sanskrit is such that everything seems spiritual in it. In scientific parlance, you can call it “Experience of Dark Energy” or “visualization of Invisible Energy”. Similarly, the energy that rises up in Sushumna is similar to that of dark energy. That is why only very few people at very few occasions experience it, not all. However, it is not completely dark energy, as it is made up of subtle waves or the activity of micro-molecules. True dark energy consists of nothing but void, yet it contains the light of countless universes. In an earlier post I wrote about how I once felt my departed grandmother’s soul or dark energy in a dream visit. It was as if there was a sky full of bright light, whose light was covered by any force, and that light was trying to break through all the curtains and walls and rise out, that is, to express itself.

Origin of creation from yin-yang or prakriti-purusha

In the dark energy itself, the smallest and shortest lasting particle would have been made at the beginning of creation. This can be called the origin of time or opposite pole. Space or dark energy is the second pole, which was already there. The smallest particle created in the form of time starts moving rapidly towards space with a great explosion. This is the Big Bang or the Great Explosion that started the universe. That particle was destroyed by the explosion in a millionth part of a second, but the wave produced by that explosion produced different types of particles and different substances were formed from them. Later on, the life span of those particles and the substances made from them increased. Anyway, it is said that the creation of the universe originated from the formation of two opposite poles. These can be called yin-yang. This is the prakriti-purusha of classic Indian philosophy. That is the same in the body. There is dark energy in Muladhara, which is awakened by Kundalini Yoga. Being awake means that in the Siddhasana of Kundalini Yoga, it is experienced as a sensation created by the pressure of the heel of the foot on the Muladhara Chakra. Due to the mixing of the meditation picture in this sensation, it became Kundalini. We can also call the origin of this sensation as the bodily form of the origin of the smallest fundamental particle of the universe. Trying to go towards Sahasrar to awaken herself, it started creation of colorful universe in the brain. Meaning that two opposite poles started trying to meet each other. Shakti started getting desperate to join Shiva. That original particle in space began to move in the form of the Big Bang and tried to touch the edge of the dark energy from which it came. The fundamental particle started gimmicking, realizing that it was incomplete, and that it had to go on and on to get the Dark Energy. While doing so, the creation of the universe itself started moving forward. It is as if man’s mind or Kundalini creates a whole world in the race to get that invisible cosmic energy. Kundalini is also the complete representative of the whole mind. Say your mind or say Kundalini, it is the same thing. The wave of creation that is moving along with the waves of the Big Bang, we can also call it the flow of energy in the Sushumna Nadi. But it will not get the end of that dark energy. This means that this creation will continue to expand for eternity. But now we understand it from the body, because it seems that science will not be able to find the answer. When a man awakens his Kundalini by fulfilling all his responsibilities in this world, then he becomes a little above the world. After being quiet for some time, he does not have any attachment with the world. Being happy in the way he is, he does not carry forward his worldliness. Then due to old age etc. his body also gets destroyed after attaining death. Similarly, when the goal of this creation will be accomplished, then the pace of its expansion will slow down. Then it will stop. In the end all the things of creation will disintegrate together in their respective places. This means that the Big Bang will not reverse and merge into the point again. The goal of creation must have been determined in the form of time. It gets destroyed after a certain amount of time, which is called Mahapralay. Because the objects of creation have not to attain real awakening like man, because they are already awakened. They only pretend to sleep. It may also happen that the age of the universe is determined not by the time but by the number and quality of the planets and constellations. When a certain number of planets etc. will be created, and most of the human beings will fulfill their desires, then only the life of the creation will be completed. It may also happen that the universe comes back to disintegrate, at the starting point of the Big Bang. Because a man’s body also becomes very weak and thin before he dies. The same seems to be true of science’s theory of gravity. When the energy of the Big Bang explosion ends, the force of gravity will dominate, causing the universe to shrink and merge into the dark energy again, after contracting to the smallest origin point. This possibility also seems to be the highest from the point of view of Kundalini Yoga. The Kundalini energy, representing the mental creation, also turns back from the Sahasrara, descending through the front channel back to Muladhara. From there again climbs up the back channel. In this way, the process of creation and destruction goes on continuously in our body.

Creation-catastrophe in Sankhya philosophy and Vedanta philosophy

These are two main schools of thoughts in classic Indian philosophy. In the Samkhya philosophy, both Purusha and Prakriti are said to be eternal. But in Vedanta philosophy the origin of nature is told from Purusha, as I am also saying. Here Purusha is dark energy in original illumined form, and Prakriti is the dark energy going dark by losing self light. I think that in Sankhya, the creation and destruction within the body is being described. We always feel the darkness of dark energy in our mind, even after Kundalini awakening. That is why it is also called eternal. On the other hand, Vedanta talks about the creation and destruction of the outside world. There, there is no existence of nature or darkened dark energy and the particles born from it. We feel it only in our mind. There if they originate, then it’s only dramatic or virtual. There is only the energy continuum, full of light. By the way, Vedanta also describes the mental creation itself, because it also does not use any physical laboratory, which can prove the origin of the outside world. But it considers the experience of those great yogis as proof, who are always connected with energy continuum.

Kundalini as the best weapon to calm down the mind chattering

Friends, People tell their own remedies to calm the nonsense thoughts of the mind. I find Kundalini meditation the best way. Suddenly the noise of the mind becomes silent. This I have been describing continuously in many previous posts. I have named this as the collision of prana and apana on the kundalini chakras. It is like attending mental thoughts and base chakras together. In the previous post, I was telling that breath holding pranayama can prevent stroke and heart diseases. My guess turned out to be correct. I attended an online yoga meeting this week. In that research was showing, according to which breathing exercise along with full expansion of chest with inbreathing reduces blood pressure. However I find that holding the breath lowers the blood pressure much more. When I used to do empty breathing exercises, I did not realize it, but when I started doing Pranayama with breath holding, my blood pressure dropped to 70-100. The normal level is 80-120. When I asked the expert in the meeting if this could happen, he said that it is normal to fall so low, but not too much. They were telling something big that this chemical is released in the wall of blood vessel, that reaction takes place etc. I didn’t understand that much. I take care of actually important work. The biggest laboratory or proof is experience. In the field of spirituality, if science is more limited to experience, it is better. If proof is found from scientific experiment, then people can use the proof of their experience even less. I am not against scientific experiments, but if someone does not refer to his own experience to prove something, but only refers to scientific experiment, then there is less vitality in it. One who knows the importance of yoga, he will try to experience it himself without scientific experimentation and only by taking the experience of others as proof. Then I was talking about how important it is to adopt the Vedic life tradition filled with yoga in order to achieve mass awakening. One day everyone will have to wake up. How long will people keep ignoring the truth? If a pigeon trapped in a cat’s paw closes its eyes, the cat does not run away.

All the feelings of the mind are offered in the form of Prana to the God as Kundalini

God says in the Gita that surrender all your sorrows, thoughts, happiness and everything to me. This is a reference to Kundalini Yoga. God is Kundalini in it. In the collision of prana and apana, the thoughts of the brain as the prana energy is thrown on the Kundalini, which causes the Kundalini to shine. That is what it is to offer or to perform a havan. The verse of Gita also indicates the same to be offered to Prana in Apana. The brain thought of Prana is put on the Kundalini of Apana located on the lower chakras. Kundalini fire ignites from it. The Havan of Prana in Prana is also written there. In that everything in life is in the mind as prana. Kundalini in the form of God is on the heart chakra. There is prana residing in both the mind and the heart as per yoga. I had said in the previous post that Kundalini should be meditated with Jyotirlinga and Shivbindu on the chakra. Perhaps that is why those places are named chakra, because when those who meditate on the Jyotirlinga or Shivling on the chakra of the backside, then the Shivbindu appears on its counterpart on the front chakra. The chakra also means a hollow wheel.

An ideal awakening should start from Kundalini itself, and end only on Kundalini

I was also saying that if the river of energy reaches the brain from Muladhara, and at that time the Kundalini is not dominant in the brain, then the thoughts or pictures there flash with great clarity, but do not awaken. But if the energy remains there for long and with higher magnitude, then awakening also occurs. Then one feels his complete association with all things, which is called complete non-duality. But no particular picture is recognizable as primary, from which the full merger has started. It is also not recognizable because a person has not made a special mental picture in the form of Kundalini for cultivation. Meaning he is not even doing Kundalini sadhna. Of course, Kundalini becomes strong in the mind later to express spirituality, but it seems improvised and temporary to me. Permanent and real Kundalini seems to me the same, in which awakening starts in the brain and in which it seems to end. It starts with the remembrance of that Kundalini. Then, as soon as the awakening is over, Kundalini descends from the brain and appears to come on the Agya Chakra, and from there on the Anahata Chakra. Then it can be easily revolved on all the chakras. Although every type of awakening is beneficial, but I would call the awakening starting from Kundalini the best.

The flow of Kundalini energy moves alternately in the right, left and middle part of the body, like the breath flowing through the nostrils

Yogasanas are done so that somewhere the Kundalini energy gets caught. This energy is throughout the body. But sometimes it is more effective on some chakra and sometimes on another chakra. Therefore, due to the stress or bend of the joints of the whole body, it gets caught somewhere. I got a new practical experience this week. The yogasana, which is done alternately on both the left and right sides of the body, is done to uplift the energy from the left and right main nadis. Due to this the energy balances itself and comes in the middle nadi. It is difficult to transfer the energy directly through the middle nadi. The left nadi is called Ida, the right one is called Pingala and the middle one is called Sushumna. For example, when I do Shalabhasana with the left arm and right leg raised, the Kundalini energy rises above through the Ida nadi on the left. It goes through the left brain. From there I redirect it diagonally to the command chakra. Its name is command or agya chakra because it commands kundalini energy to go straight in middle channel. With this energy tries to reach Sushumna by descending down and then climbing up from Muladhara. When I do it by lifting the right arm and left leg, then energy climbs up through the pingala and goes to the right brain. Redirecting it does almost the same thing. I also keep a little awareness on the command chakra for this. From that the energy tries to come to the central line. Simultaneously, I also keep a slight mental eye on the muladhara contraction. Then I let the energy go wherever it wants to go, of its own accord. I see that she then goes there herself with great discretion, where energy is lacking. When that deficiency is filled, it goes to its opposite part, so that the energy balance is maintained. Then it comes in the middle channel. From there it starts covering both the sides of the body. These are all parts of the back and brain. It moves like the sound of water gushing through a pipe. That is why the name Nadi is also derived from the river or nadi in Sanskrit itself. Parts of the front part of the body are also covered, if I put a little attention on the tongue touching the palate. Then it descends through the forward nadi or channel and starts revolving in the channel loop.

By holding the breath, Kundalini energy rises in the back

Yogasanas are made so that the energy flowing through the nerves can be experienced, and the whole body can remain healthy by being irrigated by that flowing energy. The energy of a karma yogi continues to flow while doing work, though not as much as that flows through yoga. This was desperately needed by the dhyana yogi, because he had to sit for most of the time to meditate. By the way, it is clear that if people who are physically active also do yoga, then they will also benefit greatly. I noted something new this week. By holding the breath, the Kundalini energy was rising well above the back, and it was causing gushing in the brain. The same thing was being told in the above meeting also that while breathing, the cerebrospinal fluid rises in the spinal cord. Many scientific types of people say that the Kundalini energy goes through this. But there is doubt, because the kundalani energy rises all of a sudden, but the CSF moves slowly. Maybe when it reaches the brain, it is only then that there is a feeling of ascending energy. That is why only after doing breathing or other yoga exercises for some time does the energy feel like rising, not all of a sudden. That is why it is said to do yoga by holding the breath. However, probably for this, a long practice of doing yoga while breathing is required first. In fact, due to the formation of a pit in the rear Manipura chakra, the direction of the flow of energy is upwards in the back. Then with a little attention that energy picks up speed. Due to inhalation and exhalation, the energy keeps changing its direction continuously, due to which the energy does not get enough velocity. On inhaling it rises upwards, while exhaling it descends downwards.

biking kundalini yoga

I went to my work on a bicycle one day this week. I felt that the front pointed part of the seat of the bicycle acts as the heel of the foot in Siddhasana. When I used to slip forward, then my Kundalini energy started moving in a loop. That’s why even on a motorcycle, it is asked to sit at the very front, next to the fuel tank. This makes riding a motorcycle enjoyable due to the sharp pressure on the base. In fact, the prana was already active due to scenic beauty all around and with that the rush of pleasant thoughts in the brain. The helmet on my head made it even more active. Apana also became active due to the pressure exerted by the seat on the mooladhara. The mind or prana was already meditated upon. Meditation on apana was also there from the sensation on the base. When Apana started climbing up from the back, then Prana started coming down from the front. After completing the Kundalini cycle, the union of prana and apana also took place. This resulted in confluence and I got Kundalini benefits. I have written an earlier post on Biking Kundalini Yoga. The Muladhara Chakra works very well with the bicycle, especially the sports and light bikes. After biking, there is a shadow of joy and lightness for many days, it is due to this reason. Keep in mind that on the day of cycling, do not eat more, nor eat less. The same is said for yoga. In fact, due to over-filling of the stomach, even the breathing does not move properly, and the Kundalini energy does not move properly either. Eating less can lead to weakness. The burden should not be felt on the stomach. I have even seen that after eating in a balanced quantity, even if you eat a bread or two or four spoons of rice more, even then there is a burden on the stomach. Therefore, once you feel satiety from food, you should get up. Benefits like biking yoga can always be availed if one has mastered the control of muladhara. If we only compress the muladhara upwards, then fatigue is felt more. If we compress the Muladhara region from front to back, then the Muladhara also gets involved in it along with swadhishthan, and fatigue is also felt less. The effect will be even greater. Even if there is a contraction of any part of the lower region, it works. But keep in mind, while doing any specific brain work like driving or operating machinery, the focus should be on the brain. This will do so that the extra energy of the brain will go down, which will get rid of unnecessary thoughts and increase the efficiency. If all attention is let down, efficiency may decline. I see how scientifically the division of the indivisible prana has also been done. If the brain is more active, then by the union of prana and apana, kundalini with prana reaches the anahata chakra. That is why the field of prana is called up to the Anahata Chakra. If the area around the base chakras is more active, and the brain is a bit thoughtless, then by combining the two, the Kundalini is expressed at the navel chakra or the Swadhisthana chakra. That is why it is said that the area of Apana is from the bottom to the Manipura Chakra. Although the right of equal or samana prana has been told there, but there apana seems more dominant. Samana name has been given to prana there, because prana and apana seem to play about equal role there. Samana in Sanskrit means equal.

Muladhara Pump is the main tool of Kundalini Yoga

I also noted that with just the Muladhara pump one can easily move the Kundalini on the front and back chakras. First the Kundalini descends from the brain to the heart chakra. It remains stable there for a long time with the base pump running as per the need. Then from there it descends down to the Manipur Chakra. There too, staying still for a long time, she descends to the Swadhishthana Chakra. I felt she climb straight up through the back from there creating gushing in the brain. By the way, it is said that Kundalini turns back from the Muladhara chakra. Anyway, it remains active continuously with the Muladhara pump. By paying light attention to the Agya chakra, that gushing becomes even greater, and also comes in the central line. I think that gushing is the sound of blood running in the blood vessels. Blood vessels are also like a channel or nadi or a river. There are other thoughts also in the brain, although their power has already been applied to the Kundalini through the Muladhara Pump. Therefore they are weak. Then when the muladhara pump is applied again, that kundalini again reaches the muladhara chakra, and then climbs up through the back. Feels quite refreshing. In this way this sequence goes on for a long time. Now I’ll see what happens next. Yes, then for a while Kundalini remained active in the brain, meaning it has come to the Sahasrara Chakra. When the Sahasrara Chakra got tired, she descended from the front to the Ajna Chakra. Kundalini remained on one chakra for about 5-10 minutes. When the chakra was getting tired by constantly contracting, then Kundalini was moving on to the next chakra. I lay comfortably in a semi-dormant position on a revolving and back-extending chair. I was moving as per the need. When I was doing some other work, or getting up and walking, then Kundalini was staying on one chakra for a long time. This is because the chakra was not getting tired due to the lack of continuous contraction on the chakra. After 5 minutes the Ajna chakra loosened up, and the Kundalini descended to the Vishuddhi chakra. This time along with the front chakra, the back chakra was also acting simultaneously, it seemed that by joining a line, both the chakras had become one. The Kundalini on the chakra also seemed more pronounced. The movement of Kundalini from one chakra to another was being felt more clearly. Perhaps this happened because all the chakras were refreshed and unblocked by the first round of Kundalini. This time the Kundalini was more evident on the Vishuddhi Chakra by touching the opposite face of tongue to the palate. After about 5 minutes she descended to the Anahata Chakra. There it was shining brightly for a long time even without the Mooladhara pump. The chakra does not look to me as if there is a delimited wheel. I only know about the general chakra area and its approximate centre. Like Anahata Chakra, the area of the heart. Yes, the narrowing of that area definitely looks like a point in the center of that area, where the contraction and spasm seems to be the most and pinpointed. Perhaps this point is called the chakra. However, it is made apparent with strong and prolonged dhyana only. Kundalini shines brightly on it. Generally, Kundalini meditation is done by most of the people only in the chakra area and not on the pinpointed chakra. Just as the entire weight of one part of the chariot rests on the wheel of that part, so the strength of an entire chakra area of the body rests in the chakra of that area. By making it healthy, the whole chakra area along with its organs becomes healthy. After about 5 or 7 minutes when the anahata chakra gets tired, my stomach contracts inside and a slight gasp comes out. Simultaneously, Kundalini reaches Manipura or the navel chakra. Been there about 10 minutes. Due to its exhaustion, Kundalini power descends somewhere down. After finding it carefully, it settled on the Swadhisthana Chakra. Then she started climbing to Sahasrar through the back and descended through the front and started reaching there again. The role of the muladhar pump became more important here. With gushing she kept swinging between Sahasrara and Swadhisthana Chakra for about 5 minutes. Then she rested on the Muladhara Chakra. Then she again settled in Sahasrara. Apart from Kundalini, other light thoughts remain in the mind. But Kundalini remains more effective, and Kundalini continues to receive their power. On other chakras only Kundalini remains. After staying in Sahasrar for about 5 minutes, she started descending again. She descended in the same sequence first to the Ajna Chakra, then to the Vishuddhi Chakra. I had to get up again for some important work. This went on for about an hour and a half. I also noted one thing that while kundalini was in base chakras on its second and third round, a faint genital sensation arose with feeling of scanty fluid oozing.  Once I noted that a picture of an attached man appeared from the memory lane of the mind. He was not even getting down with the Muladhara pump. I had to apply pumps several times. Had to spend more energy than average. While coming down from mind, he delivered his energy to Kundalini and she started shining. That is why it is said that before the practice of Kundalini yoga, there should be a practice of non-attachment and non-duality in daily life for a long time. With this, the defects of the mind themselves end. This also makes yoga very easy and enjoyable. The same thing I was saying in the previous post that first of all I recommend to those who want to take yoga training, read the book of Physiology Philosophy or sharirvigyan darshan and mold it in life for a few years. When the truth comes to be known from that, then the man himself engages in Kundalini yoga with his interest. He doesn’t do it out of compulsion or fear. This makes him learn quickly and completely. Therefore, the most important factor in the success of the work is the attitude. 90% of yoga is done by this positive attitude. The remaining 10% is fulfilled by Kundalini Yoga. The same thing happened with me, that’s why I am telling. In fact, the humanistic lifestyle and attitude also does not have to change. Lifestyle and attitude have to be adopted according to the contemporary circumstances. All that has to be done is to put on the extra cloak of the Advaita or nondual outlook on your present condition. Nothing to change. You are so good as you are.

Kundalini saves from the terrible condition of Bardo

Today, a verse from the Gita sent by a friend as mentioned earlier touched my heart. I am presenting it here.
Prayankale ManasachlenBhaktya Yukto Yogabalen Chaiva.Pranamavesya right in the middle of the forehead tam param purushmupati divyam 8- 10॥That devout person, even in the last, by establishing his prana well in the middle of the forehead with the power of yoga, then remembering it with a still mind, attains that divine form to the Supreme Personality of Godhead.10. This is what I think it means, which I have described above. With attention to the thoughts of the mind, let the attention go to the agya chakra located between the eyebrows. Due to this, the prana starts moving in the central channel loop, and Kundalini takes the place of unnecessary thoughts in the brain. In central channel, Kundalini always lives with the prana. Because central channel is nondual channel, and kundalini always accompany nonduality. It is Kundalini that takes you to the Supreme Soul. I think everyone can reach God, but most people get scared of the darkness after death and soon take on a new body. However, they get good or bad bodies according to their deeds. Perhaps their will does not work in the choice of the body. But the Kundalini yogi gets support from the light of Kundalini. So he can wait for a long time to meet God. Buddhists also believe almost the same. They call the horror after death the bardo.

Kundalini also transforms DNA

I think Kundalini also transforms a man’s DNA. This happens more with Kundalini awakening. If the thoughts of the mind are brought down, they are transformed into Kundalini on all the lower chakras. Anyway, every cell of the body has a brain. Scientific experiments also point towards these things.

Kundalini awakening as the peak point reached, then the order of the universe’s development stops, and after some period of stability, the process of holocaust or Pralaya starts

Friends, I wrote in the previous post that Srishti or creation development is only for Kundalini development, and with Kundalini awakening, Srishti development completes and thereafter stops. Today we will discuss what happens after that. Actually, the event of holocaust also happens inside our body, not outside.

Description of Holocaust or Pralaya in Hindu Puranas

According to the Hindu Puranas, there are catastrophes when four eras have passed. The first era is Satyuga, the second era is Dwapara, the third is Treta, and the last age is Kali Yuga. There is a gradual decline of human beings in these ages. Satyuga has been described as the best and Kali Yuga as the worst. The order in which the creation of the world happens, in the same order, the holocaust also takes place. The five elements dissolve in the sense organs. The senses merge into the Tanmātras or subtle experiences. Panchatnamatras merge in ego. The ego merges in mahattattva or intellect. In the end, the mahattattva merges into nature. At the end of the disaster, nature also merge into God.

The four ages are in the form of the four stages of human life and the four ashramas

The childhood of man can be called the Satyuga. In this man would be free from all mental and physical disorders. He is as true as the deity. Then comes adolescence. It can be named Dwapara. In this, some disorder starts in the mind. The third stage is maturity age, in which a man becomes greatly depressed by the mess of worldliness. The last stage is that of old age. It is like Kali Yuga, in which darkness prevails due to distortion of mind and body. Similarly, the four ashrams or residencies of human life are also in the form of four yugas. Brahmacharya ashram can be called Satyuga, householder’s residency is Dwaparyuga, Vanaprastha is Tretayuga and Sannyasam Ashram is Kaliyuga. In fact the states are being matched from outside by looking at the Holocaust. In any state of body, a man can be at any higher level of mind.

Human death is depicted as a holocaust

As we clarified in the previous post that man can never know the world outside his mind. His world is limited to his mind. This means that then worldly creation and holocaust are also in the mind. This mental world is described in the Puranas. We fall into deception and understand it in the physical world outside. After Kundalini awakening or mental maturity, man’s attachment is not in the outside world. He lives with advaita bhava or non duality and detachment. We can call this the stability of the universe after its complete development. Then in the last days of his life, the process of holocaust starts in him. Due to weakness, he leaves the work of worldliness and keeps busy with the maintenance of his body. In a way we can say that the Panchamahabhutas or five elements merge into the senses. Then over time his senses also start to diminish. Due to weakness, his focus shifts from the senses to the inner mind. He cannot drink water with his hand. Others feed him with water in his mouth. He feels the juices of waters. Nearby attendants feed him food by putting food in his mouth. He feels the taste and smell of food. Families bathe him with their hands. He feels the touch of water. Others show him various pictures etc. He realizes their beauty. Others tell him Katha Kirtan or godly stories. He rejoices to feel their sweet and knowledge-filled voice. In a way, the senses merge into the Panchathanmatras or five subtle inner experiences. Even with the growing weakness, the man also has difficulty in experiencing the Panchatnamatras. Then his beloved brothers call him by name. This causes the flow of a little energy inside him, and he starts to enjoy himself. We can say that the Panchatnamatras merged in ego. With the further increase of weakness, the ego’s sense in him also starts to wane. He does not achieve agility even when called by name. With his intellect, he starts analyzing about his condition inside, it’s cause, it’s remedy and future outcome. In a way, the ego merges into the mahattattva or intelligence. After that, there is no energy to think even in the intellect. Man becomes like a lifeless. In that state he either goes into a coma or dies. We shall call this as mahattattva merging into nature. As mentioned in the previous post, at that stage all the gunas fall into equilibrium. Neither do they increase, nor decrease. They remain the same. In fact, it is the thoughtful brain that provides waves to increase and decrease the gunas of nature. It is a simple matter that when the brain itself is dead, then what will give the shock of thoughts to the gunas. Ignorant people go as far as nature. These types of people keep coming back and forth as birth and death again and again. The Enlightened one may goe one step further. They leave nature and merge into Purusha or God. All the gunas of nature cease there, and man becomes a form of light. There is no rebirth from there. This can be called as extreme holocaust or atyantik Pralaya.