Category: Yoga

May 23rd, 2018 by jinesh narayanan

What Is Hinduism.:-

1. Hinduism is not a religion it’s the way of life, the word HINDU is not mentioned anywhere in any religious texts of Hindus, So as we know Hinduism is oldest or Ancient Dharma we call it Sanatan Dharma, The word “Sanatan” means Ancient and the word “Dharma” means the duties i.e for example duty of a person being a Father,Mother ,Brother, human being or friend or a doctor, duty which lord Krishna taught to Arjuna when he refused to fight in Mahabharta.. Yes Hinduism do have a section of Spirituality which is called Adhyatma which means a branch which deals with the Study Of Atma/Parmatma which gives you the answer of all the fundamental questions of universe, Adhyatma help you to understand What & Who you are , It helps you to know that you are not mind or body made up of any blood,bones & muscles, When you become student of GyanYoga it’s Adhyatma which helps you to know that actually nothing has ever been created , nothing is present anywhere and so nothing will ever be destroyed, So whatever materialistic world you are experiencing is actually virtual made up of virtual particles thus does not exists at all , It’s Adhyatma which helps you to understand this world is nothing more than a dream and you are the only viewer present here who is viewing this dream and is present everywhere in different forms,

Adhyatma also helps you to understand that the God/Bagwan you are worshiping is nothing but physical manifestation of Parmatma( who actually is formless), and at the end It’s Adhyatma who teaches you that you yourself is PARMATMA i.e GOD , When you realize this truth inside you this is called nirvana then you realize that it’s only you who is present here & no one else, in short you come to know that YOU ARE ALONE,

In Adhyatma there is another way to realize this truth which is Bhakti Yoga which teaches you that God is not your enemy or HE is not waiting up somewhere to punish you but HE is full of love & only love, the only thing God wants from you is Love.

2. Hope this would have made you to understand that like Jainism & Sikhism Budhism is also a branch of Hinduism, Budhism does not have any concept of Dharma, It only has concept of Adhyatma or Sprituality and offers only one path that is Raj Yoga.

Word “Dharma” is a Sanskrit word which has no similar word in any other language in this world, sometimes to just make others to understand we also call it “duties” but word Duties is not enough to explain the Dharma, Read bagwat gita or War Section of Mahabharta you will understand why people say this. like Dharma there are other words like Adhyatma ,Parmatma, Jeevatma, Bagwan which are Sanskrit words and have no similar words in any other language of the world, so word Parmatma must not be confused with word God or Allah, because Supreme being in Vedas are not what Bible or Quran is also pointing to, As per the Quran/Bible it looks that the God or Allah have some properties in similar with Parmatma but in actual both of them have copied the properties and attached them with some other kind of Goddy entity, like for example Quran says “Allah then sits on the 7th Sky” or “Allah sits on some Throne”, similar things you will find in Bible also. But in Vedas it is clearly mentioned the God is omnipresent and infinite and formless, thus how can a formless infinite entity sit on a chair or throne, but in Quran formless Allah who is said to be biggest can sit on throne – this also contradicts either Throne is bigger or Allah?

3. If you compare any other religion with Hinduism it’s like comparing similarities between milkshake and Tree which looks much like nonsense , let me help you to understand this, for example Islam & Christanity are Religions , Word Religion in Urdu can be like Mazhab but it can NEVER be Dharma in Sanskrit, Quran/Bible can be a Religious book or Mazhabi Kitab but they are not Adhyatmik or Dharmik Books/Granth because as i mentioned Adhyatma is a branch which deals with the study of Atma which is actually Parmatma, To have clear understanding of Dharma one must read Bagwat Gita.

Religion is man made and gets created after any human being claims to be a messenger or prophet of God, Religion can give Commands like Do Jihaad and you cannot backoff if you are truly a follower of that Religion, on the contrary Dharma only suggests and allow you to use your own brain your own thought process to decide what is best to do at any particular time or circumstances. it does not try to scare you that you will be burnt in Hell if you did any kind of your duty which was against in any why to any Religion, Dharma leaves on you to decide and choose your Dharma at that particular time, i.e Dharma is personal for every individual & that individual is free to decide for himself & choose among his duties.The only thing which is mandatory is whatever dharma you chose you must chose on the basis of Manav Dharma i.e Humanity which has Ahinsa Parmodharma (Non Voilence is that biggest Dharma which everyone must follow.) as a seed in it.

4. Dear you may have read words like Bagwan,Deties,Parmatma, let me tell you all these three are completely Different entities And all these three are completely Same entities, Both my statements are true, let me help you to understand Parmatma according to vedas, Vedas also call it OM or BHRAMM, many people in west also call or pronounce it like BHRAMAN, According to Chandogya Upanishad it’s Bhraman from whom all the sub atomic (Anu-Parmanu) particles are getting self created, It’s HE who is in the base or root of every single virtual vibrating particle or strings or you can say all quantum particles present inside or outside any universe, Thus HE is the Ultimate TATVA (super element) present in this universe & it’s actually this Super Element whom Vedas call as PARAM-TATVA i.e PARMATMA or BHRAMAN i.e YOU. That means You are EVERYTHING and EVERYTHING is YOU. Remember Vedas consider all the sub atomic particles as virtual thus any element made up of those virtual particle are virtual elements who can appear like solid but are not, thus vedas consider PARAM-TATVA as only real dense and solid that’s why it is called TATVA i.e Element.

5. Remember Hinduism is not a religion so there is no way to convert any person into Hinduism i.e Sanatan Dharma, It’s by birth every human being in this world is following Sanatan Dharma so everyone in this world is Hindu despite he/She believes any different form of god, It’s not possible to convert Dharma, like it’s not possible to convert duties of mother TO duties of father, it can be possible that mother can also give love any affection to her child behalf of child’d father but at that time also she is fulfilling the Dharma of a Mother.

6.You must also know that there is no castesm in vedias, vedas has provision for Varna (i.e color) not Castesm, It’s upto person what varna he/she wants to choose and live life according to that, varna is not made to discriminate but to assimilate in a way to support the organised behavior of society or country by assigning social/cultural/individual duties i.e Dharma accordingly. I said this because i found many people on this forum confused about Varna and Castesim.

Varna of any person depends on what he/she does and what skills person has, if person is doing business then he is a Vashye, if he is a soldier in army or anywhere in defense he is Kshetriye, if he use to teach people ,spread knowledge about Dharma he is a Brahmin, if he is a labor and does not even have knowledge or skill then his category will be Shudra, any person can change his varna by changing his work and skills like doctor can also become an actor or an merchant…. all 4 varnas are equal as human being and have same human rights but they will have different set of powers and responsibility on then thus their will we difference of respect between these 4 designations. in Hinduism varna is not assigned on the basis of birth,dynasty or last name, In our culture there was a rishi Vedvyasa who wrote Bagwat gita, his mother was a Fisher Women and was Shudra but son Vedvyasa was Bramin, Similarly rishi Valmiki who wrote the Ramayana belongs to a dalit family but valmiki was bramin because of his Guna and Karma, Similarly there was rishi Vishwamitra guru of lord Rama, Vishwamirta belongs to Kshatriya family but he was bramin himself,

It completely based on KARMA and GUNA(Skills) of any individual, nowadays people have multiple skills and may work in multiple domains in their lifetime, thus those people do not belong to any four varna’s the are called varnasankar, you must also know that there is no castesm in vedias, vedas has provision for Varna (i.e color) not Castesm, It’s upto person what varna he/she wants to choose and live life according to that, varna is not made to discriminate but to assimilate in a way to support the organised behavior of society or country by assigning social/cultural/individual duties i.e Dharma accordingly.

Now Answering some questions which people have asked me from past few days, like is it possible to have a person like ghatothkach or have weapons like bhramastra or man flying without the help of any external aircraft….???

The answer is Yes 100% Yes, have you ever been to Girnar in India, if you visit the mounts and jungles there you will find many sages at penance there, if possible go and try to interact with them and request them to give a live demonstration of lift-off of human body in air. i tried this and saw the live demonstration with my naked eyes, but they will not let you make any video’s at all, even that sage lifted my body to 5 feets up in air, later when i asked him to tell how could he was able to do such thing, he explained some science behind the Sound Vibrations, he said every letter when pronounced correctly produces correct vibrations those vibrations produces correct resonance & electromagnetic energy & field, also every vibrations effects on human body parts, organs,cells,tissues,blood or even bones and skin, apart from this these vibration if accurately produced effects the 7 Shocker Points (i.e 7 Chakras) inside every human body, In Past our Rishis (i.e Scientific Researchers) who went deep into meditation have heard some sound vibrations they called them as Beej Mantras, Those Rishis also detected that every metal has it own unique electromagnetic radiation around it created by some sub-atomic vibrations continuously going on in it, thus by understanding those vibrations they first tried to listen the sound of the vibrations by entering into deep state of mind where they have higher level consciousness, after figuring out those sounds Rishis wrote them as mantras, those mantras were later used to control the behavior of their corresponding metals, but before that there was the process of Mantra Sidhi which was necessary to go through so that when Mantra chanter starts chanting that Mantra he/she will be able to produce enough power with sound signals so that the produces vibrations highly effect the subject (i.e Metal).

this technology was also used to create Vimanas (Read Vaimanika Upanishad – it has everything which is needed to create a aircraft, it also mentions the kind of training that piolet that he must undergo before flying aircraft, apart fro this when source of electricity, thrust production etc etc).

Peter Davien in Newzeland demonstrated the boiling of water in 1940 with the help of sound vibrations (same can also done with the help of the Mantra which can be composed with the vibration of that sound), you just need to understand sound and it’s resonance, you just need to put logic to how you can use the Free Energy

On 17 June 2009, Science clarified that it was sound which was used in the laser beam not light. Science also discovered later that actually speed of sound can be more than the speed of light which contradicts the earlier researches of science.

Secondly, how can a person fly & how Ghatothkach was able to resize his body also how is it possible to have Gaints like Kumbhkarna and Rakshas etc..??, There are 7 Shocker Points in human body and also in Earth, if 3rd Chakra i.e Manipur chakra if somehow activated yogi gains some sidhis like Anima, Laghima, Garima etc.. Anima,Laghima can be used by yogi to Resize his body to any major or minor extent, Ghatothkach who was the son of Bheem and Hidimba had this sidhi by birth with him (Recently i saw some video’s about Gaint Human Skeletons Found in India & other places in Asia and Europe, you must go through those videos), This Manipur chakra gives the power of Gamana-Gaman, that means yogi can lift his body in air & fly, This chakra when activated removes 2 Elements from the body (Prithvi & Jal Tatva) thus the remaining Tatva’s are Akash(Space),Vayu & Agni thus gravity does not affect the yogi’s body which also makes him to feel much much lighter in weight. — You must try and devote some time in learning Shocker Points in human body. Also there are many scientific videos on youtube demonstration how sound vibration effect the surroundings known as study of Cymatics (bringing matter to life with sound),

Finally Weapon System:- Our Rishis Invented & also Discovered weapons, they used to give those weapons to their Kings so that they could protect humanity and their civilians in case of war, There were 4 kinds of energies which Rishis used to invent weapons for example:- Anu-Parmanu Shakti(Atomic Energy),Manasik Shakti (Energy of Mind & Consciousness) , Mantra shakti(Energy of Sound Vibrations) and finally Adhyatmik Shakti (Spritual Energy), Weapons like BramAstra, PashupatAstra, NarayanAstra work with the Adhyatmik Shakti. Astra like NaagAstra, MegAstra works with the Mantra Shakti …..

Try & takeout some time to learn about:-

Vaimanika Upanishad,
Illusion Of Reality i.e The Concept of MAYA,
Ancient Gaint Skeletons found,
Power of Sound & Resonance,
Cocept of Cymatics (cymatics bringing matter to life with sound). etc etc

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January 14th, 2018 by jinesh narayanan

The summary of Vijñāna Bhairava Tantra 
The Vijñāna Bhairava Tantra ,The chapter From Rudrayamala  is a key text of The Trika school of Kashmir Shaivism in Sanskrit language. Cast as a discourse between the god Shiva and his consort Devi or Shakti, it briefly presents 112 centering techniques (dharana) not Dyana.

What is Dharana and Dhyana?


Dharana is the sixth of the Eight Limbs of Yoga as described by Patanjali in the Yoga Sutras. It refers to concentration of the mind. Practicing dharana involves fixing the mind on a particular object ,either external such as an image or deity or internal

Dharana is a Sanskrit word which means “concentration.”


Dhyana is a Sanskrit word meaning “meditation.” It is derived from the root words, dhi, meaning “receptacle” or “the mind”; and yana, meaning “moving” or “going.” An alternate root word, dhyai, means “to think of.”

In Ancient Indian traditions that are derived from Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, dhyana is a refined meditative practice that requires deep mental concentration. This kind of meditation is taken up only after engaging in preparatory exercises like asana (physical posture), pranayama (breath control), pratyahara (control of the senses, moving the focus inward) and dharana (centering techniques) ..

About Thantra ?

{90% of socalled hindus fear or detest about The Word Thantra🤣}

The word “tantra” literally means techniques

Misinterpretation and deceptive of The thantra in diffrent region.

In Kerala(south india) Thantra means temples and lord worships.

In North india,The thantra means black magic ,sorcery,witchcraft or incantation,

outside india,The thantra practice that’s laced with nudity, sexuality,spiritual Orgasam or promiscuity.

99% Thantric practical tools not related to sex and blackmagic and.

The Thantras are theological treatises and practical tools of divine worship or the study of the macrocosm through the study of the microcosm .Thantra contain teachings on (i) jnana or knowledge, (ii) yoga or concentration, (iii) kriya or action, and (iv) charya or doing. They also give elaborate details about the ontology, cosmology, liberation, devotion, meditation, philosophy of mantras,Yoga sastra , mystic diagrams, charms and spells, temple-building, image-making, domestic observances, social rules and public festivals .The balanced hindhu opinion through the ages has always given a high place to the Thantra.

Lord Krishna in Mahabagavatham (p.8.77)Speaks that religious practice or achara is of three kinds,vaidika,thantrika,and misra(composite) .The generality of Hindu observance today could only be classified as misra ,So inextricably are the vaidika and tantrika elements mixed up in it.Tantra stands for rituals in general,to which every religion and religious art of the world,ancient and modern is associated with one form or other.We can say that ritualisam has been the body(tanu) in which the spirit of religion has most commonly manifested

According to Thantra this universe is body of our Devi, There is no mukthi(freedom from delusion) without bhukthi(enjoyment).Enjoyment, refers to the acceptance of all phenomena which may occur to an individual,be they enjoyable or painful.The aspirant relies on the magnanimity of personified as the devatha(nature)to protect and thantra is more practical for attain fourfold aim {Dharma(moral)Artha(economic) and aesthetic(Kama)perfection,as well as of liberation(Moksha) in Today’s world.

As there is no smoke without fire, it would be in order to say that there is no ritual without religion ,and wherever there is ritual,there is Thantra”(Sir John Woodroof, sakthi and saktha)


The Trika school of Kashmir Shaivism.

The Trika philosophy in this system, the three-fold science. To clarify, this three-fold science is based on the three energies of Lord Shiva. These three energies are called Para, Parapara, and Apara (Supreme, Intermediate, and Inferior/Subject,object,knowledge). ‘Para’ means the Supreme energy of Lord Shiva, otherwise known as His subjective energy. ‘Parapara’ is the medium, the Intermediate energy of Lord Shiva. It is called His cognitive energy. The third, Apara, is Lord Shiva’s Inferior energy and is referred to as His objective energy.

In fact, the human being resides in the objective Inferior energy of Lord! Shiva. This Trika philosophy of Kashmir Shaivism teaches us how this individual being, immersed in inferior energy, can be carried towards the Supreme, subjective energy of Lord Shiva through His cognitive, Intermediate energy. So the purpose of studying this Trika system is to rise from objective energy through cognitive energy and finally be one with the subjective energy of Lord Shiva.

As long as one resides in objective energy one is the victim of sadness and sorrow and is entangled in the wheel of repeated births and deaths. So one has to emerge from objective energy and enter into subjective energy, in which one is liberated from all this sadness, and becomes absolute in the attainment of final beatitude.

For this journey Trika thought has laid down three means within the body of cognitive energy, for it is cognitive energy alone that can carry you towards the subjective energy of Lord Shiva. The purpose of cognitive energy is to develop the limited being’s capacity and ability to receive God consciousness. In the body of cognitive energy, as we have said, are three means.

The first and Supreme mean is called Sambhavopaya.The second, Intermediate mean is called Saktopaya, and the third, Inferior mean is called Anavopaya. These means are handled and practiced according to the ability of the seeker.

The Kashmir shaiva Tantras are divided into three classes.

One class is that of the monistic Tantras. They are called BhairavaTantras.{This path is meant for those seekers who reside at the highest level of ability. }
The second class of Tantras is founded on the mono-dualistic aspect of Kashmir Shaivism. These Tantras are called Rudra Tantras.{ This path those who have neither the highest nor the lowest power of meditating energy.}
The third class is based on dualistic Shaivism. These Tantras are called Shiva Tantras. {This path wis not gifted with higher meditating capacity, he has to seek the support of these inferior methods so that finally he may be carried to God-consciousness.}
so bhairava thantra{ Bhairava thantras is only for one who have the highest level of ability to receive God consciousness.You can easily learn academically from spectacular vijana bhairava books and socalled vijanabhairava thantra classes and my summary of Vijñāna Bhairava Tantra .thats only help for erudite.
The disciple to grasp the hidden truth behind the scriptures, which are generally veiled in mystic language. They cannot be understood by self-study, which will only lead to greater ignorance. Only the guru will give you by diksha the right perspective with which to study the scriptures and practise of the Thantra.

My personal opinion, All Thantra sadhana not only vijanabhairava ,should be done under the personal direction of a guru in Thantric path(A Guru Dont have thantra initiation and without knowledge about thantra sastra, how can teach the key of the identical book like vijanabhairava thantra)  .

The qualifications of the Sadaks to Learn vijanabhairava Thantra for liberation.

The qualifications of the disciple are purity, faith, devotion, dispassion, truthfulness and control of the senses. He should be intelligent and a believer in the Sruthi. He must abstain from injury to all beings. He must be vigilant, diligent, patient and persevering. He must be ever doing good to all. you dont have above quality suerly you have a freedom to learn vijanabhairava .but that knowlege only and only the scholastic achievement.

What is Sruthi?

The Traditon asserts that sruthi is Two-fold,vaidiki and tantriki.

(kulluka bhatta ,explaining the first verse of chapter second of Manusmrithi has extracted the observation of haritha (haritha samhitha)

The summary of Vijñāna Bhairava Tantra 

 Vijñāna Bhairava 112 Dharana.

1. Fix the mind at the centre of the body (prana) and at the dvadashanta (apana = about nine inches outside the body)

The human body breathes 21,600 times during 24 hours, according to the tantras. The outward breath extends to around nine inches outside the body. This is a meditation on the cycle of this breath. Breath is one with time and therefore the Kalachakra or wheel of time. This is expanded in the Tantrarajatantra, which shows the essential unity of breath, time, the letters of the Sanskrit alphabet and the planets.

2. Fix the mind at the moment of pause at the heart and at the dvadashanta.

3. Prana and Apana enter the Sushumna or central nadi.

The in-breath and the out-breath both have their seat in the Sushumna, which is the central axis of the human body, according to the tantriks.

4. Retention of Prana Shakti at the heart and at the dvadashanta.

The breath, as Shakti, is one with the supreme Shakti. It moves throughout the body through the different nadis or conduits of bioenergy but can be concentrated at different points by meditation.

5. Meditate on Shakti rising from Muladhara and getting subtler and subtler up to Brahmarandhra.

This and the next few verses relate to the so-called Kundalini experience. In the Shri Vidya tradition, you can meditate upon the different mandalas of the Shri Yantra relating to these centres and being identical with the 15-lettered mantra, piercing through the three knots (granthis) and becoming more and more void. See Varivararahasya.

6. Successive Kundalini rising through the Shaktis.

7. Meditation of the 12 stages – Janmagra, Mula, Kanda, navel, heart, throat, root of palate, centre of eye brows, forehead, Brahmarandhra, Shakti, Vyapini: these are the first 12 vowels in the Sanskrit alphabet.

8. After filling the Brahmarandhra with Prana, free the mind of all thought constructs.

9. Meditate in the heart on the five voids of the five senses.

10. Meditate successively on things outside the body.

11. Fix attention on the inside of the skull. Close eyes.

12. Meditate on the inner emptiness of central nadi.

13. Block the openings of the senses.

14. Meditate either in the heart or in the Brahmarandhra on the bindu.

15. Listen to the Anahata sound.

The essential pulse or vibration exists as sound in the heart centre. By listening, one can achieve high states of consciousness. These sounds may start as bells or like other different sounds produced by musical instruments. See Kaulajnananirnaya.

16. Meditate on Om and the void at the end of it.

Each of the bija or root mantras, of which Om is the most famous, do not end but gradually fade away into a void.

17. Contemplate on the state of a letter before and after its utterance.

18. Listen to the sound of a musical instrument as it dies away.

19. Meditate on bija mantras up to their subtle stages.

20. Meditate on the void in one’s body extending in all directions simultaneously.

21. Concentrate on the void above and the void below.

22. Meditate on the three voids: below, in the heart, and above.

23. Contemplate on the body which as the limited subject is void.

24. Contemplate on the dhatus or bodily elements as pervaded with voidness.

25. Meditate on the skin as being like an outer wall with nothing within it.

26. Merge the mind and the senses in the interior space in the heart.

27. Dissolve mind in the Brahmarandhra.

This is the so-called 1,000 petalled lotus.

28. Fix mind repeatedly at the Dvadashanta.

29. Burn body by fire of Kalagni Rudra issuing from the big toe of the right foot using the mantra Om raksharayum tanum dahmami.

This technique is also described in Kaulajnananirnaya, ascribed to Matsyendranath.

30. Imagine the entire world as being burnt by Kalagni Rudra.

31. Meditate that the subtle constituents of the body or the world are being absorbed in their own respective causes.

32. Make Pranashakti subtle and meditate on it in the Brahmarandhra or in the heart.

33. Meditate on the whole cosmos dissolving from gross into subtle into supreme until the mind dissolves in consciousness.

34. Meditate on the Shaiva Tattva as pervading the whole universe.

35. Concentrate intensely on the idea that the universe is completely void.

36. Meditate on the empty space within a jar.

37. Concentrate on a deserted space.

38. Concentrate on the space which occurs between two ideas.

39. Contemplate on the gap between one thought while suppressing another thought.

40. Contemplate on one’s own body as the universe and as of the nature of consciousness.

41. Fusion of Prana and Apana gives rise to a void.

42. Contemplate on the universe or one’s own body as being filled with bliss.

43. Contemplate in the delight which arises from a magical act.

44. Contemplate on the tingling sensation caused by Prana Shakti moving upwards.

45. Concentrate on the consciousness between upper and lower Kundalini. This is like internal sexual union.

46. The delight of orgasm is the delight of Brahman.

47. Meditate on the delight of sexual union.

48. Meditate on the occasion of any great delight.

49. The delight of taste.

50. The delight of song.

51. Concentrate on the feeling of satisfaction.

52. Concentrate on the hypnagogic state.

That is the space between waking and sleeping. According to the tantriks, consciousness exists in the waking, dreaming, deep sleep states. There is a Fourth state (Turiya) which pervades all these and the Turiyatita (beyond the fourth) which is the basis of all.

53. Concentrate on space variegated with the rays of the Sun and the Moon.

54. Concentrate on the following mudras. a) The world viewed as a skeleton b) Gathering all 24 tattvas into the body of mantra. c) Keep eyes fixed externally while turning inwards. d) Tasting of whole cosmos in the nature of I-consciousness. e) Remaining in Shiva consciousness continually.

55. Sit relaxed.

56. Sit relaxed, place arms in form of arch overhead.

57. Fix gaze on object whilst directing attention inwards.

58. Keep mouth open, invert tongue to touch palate. Fix mind in the centre of your open mouth and voice a vowel-less H mentally.

59. Sit on soft seat and meditate body sits without support of the seat.

60. Swing.

61. Contemplate cloudless sky.

62. Contemplate entire sky as being in Bhairava and dissolved in the head.

63. Concentrate on wake, dream, deep sleep as being the Bhairava continuum.

64. Concentrate on external darkness of a dark night in the dark fortnight of the Moon.

65. Contemplate on terrible darkness first and then the terrible form of Bhairava.

66. Obstruction of an organ of sense causes spiritual introversion.

67. Recite the letter A without bindu or visarga.

That is, the first vowel without a sound.

68. Concentrate on the end of visarga in a letter.

69. Concentrate on one’s own self as a vast unlimited expanse.

70. Concentrate on pain.

71. Concentrate that within yourself the inner psychic complex does not exist.

72. Concentrate on Maya and her Shaktis as limiting factors.

73. Cut a desire as soon as it has arisen.

74. Iccha, Jnana and Kriya of the limited individual are not the same as the essential self.

75. When a desire, knowledge or activity arises, concentrate on it.

That is, Iccha, Jnana and Kriya shaktis.

76. Concentrate that all knowledge is without cause, is base and deceives, it does not belong to any one person.

77. The same self is in every body.

78. Make mind one pointed when under the dominion of desire, anger, greed, infatuation, arrogance or envy.

79. Conceive the cosmos as a juggler’s act.

80. Dwell on the reality which exists between pain and pleasure.

81. Think: “I am not my own body. I exist everywhere”.

82. Knowledge, desire and activity appear in all objects.

83. Contemplate that the same consciousness exists in all bodies.

84. Free the mind from supports and refrain from all thoughts and their associations.

85. Think: “I am Shiva”.

86. As waves come from water, flames from fire, rays from the Sun, so the waves of the cosmos come from Bhairava.

87. Dizziness.

88. Mental dizziness.

89. Concentrate on the reality within while looking outside, so merging the Absolute as Sound (the Shabda Brahman).

90. Concentrate on a bottomless well or as standing in a very high place.

91. Whether outside or inside, Shiva is omnipresent.

92. Every sensation is an expression of pure consciousness.

93. Ordinary consciousness shocked in sneezing, terror, sorrow, deep sighs, flying from battles, at the beginning or the end of anger, can reveal the Shiva state.

94. Ignore the memory of an object and fix attention on the original experience which was the basis of the memory.

95. Look at an object, withdraw it, slowly eliminate the knowledge of the object together with the thought and impressions.

96. Intuition emerging from intensity of devotion.

97. When one object is perceived, all other objects become empty. Concentrate on that emptiness.

98. Mental purity arises above variations in association of thought.

99. Bhairava appears in the I-consciousness.

100. Develop Sama towards all.Sama means equipoise.

101. Reject both repulsion and attachment, cleave to Sama.

102. Bhairava is that which is not an object, cannot be grasped, is void, even in non-existence.

103. Concentrate on space as omnipresent free of all limitations.

104. Withdraw attention from distracting object and concentrate on the object of meditation.

105. Recite the name Bhairava incessantly.

106. Look for the I which exists in all limited “I’s”

107. Think of the sense of words which are eternal, omnipresent, have no support, pervade and is the Lord of all that is.

108. The whole universe has the reality of a magic show.

109. How can Knowledge (Jnana) or Action (Kriya) exist in the eternal? All external objects are based on knowledge, therefore the world is void.

110. There is no bondage or liberation, the universe is a reflection like the Sun in water.

111. All contact with pleasure and pain is through the senses. If you detach the senses from oneself, you can withdraw.

112. Concentrate on the Knower and the Known as one and the same.
Jinesh Narayanan
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2,Sri Vijnana Bhairava Tantra: The Ascent,by Satyasangananda Saraswati .
3,Vijnana Bhairava The Practice of Centering Awareness .by Swami Lakshman Joo.
4,kashmir shaivisam blog ByJinesh Narayanan.
5:Vijnana Bhairava: The Manual for Self-Realization,by Swami Lakshman Joo.
6:Vijnana Bhairava:Sanskrit text and an English translation, by Jaideva Singh,Singh,
7.Guru:blog by Jinesh Narayanan

8.The Traditon asserts that sruthi is Two-fold,vaidiki and tantriki?blog ByJinesh Narayanan


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December 8th, 2017 by jinesh narayanan

#Kashmir Shaivism is not a religion. It is a philosophy open to those who have the desire to understand it; hence, for its study there are no restrictions of caste, creed or color.

The Trika philosophy in this system, the three-fold science. To clarify, this three-fold science is based on the three energies of Lord Shiva. These three energies are called Para, Parapara, and Apara (Supreme, Intermediate, and Inferior/Subject,object,knowledge). ‘Para’ means the Supreme energy of Lord Shiva, otherwise known as His subjective energy. ‘Parapara’ is the medium, the Intermediate energy of Lord Shiva. It is called His cognitive energy. The third, Apara, is Lord Shiva’s Inferior energy and is referred to as His objective energy.

In fact, the human being resides in the objective Inferior energy of Lord! Shiva. This #Trika philosophy of Kashmir Shaivism teaches us how this individual being, immersed in inferior energy, can be carried towards the Supreme, subjective energy of Lord Shiva through His cognitive, Intermediate energy. So the purpose of studying this Trika system is to rise from objective energy through cognitive energy and finally be one with the subjective energy of Lord Shiva.

As long as one resides in objective energy one is the victim of sadness and sorrow and is entangled in the wheel of repeated births and deaths. So one has to emerge from objective energy and enter into subjective energy, in which one is liberated from all this sadness, and becomes absolute in the attainment of final beatitude.

For this journey Trika thought has laid down three means within the body of cognitive energy, for it is cognitive energy alone that can carry you towards the subjective energy of Lord Shiva. The purpose of cognitive energy is to develop the limited being’s capacity and ability to receive God consciousness. In the body of cognitive energy, as we have said, are three means. The first and Supreme mean is called Sambhavopaya. The second, Intermediate mean is called Saktopaya, and the third, Inferior mean is called Anavopaya. These means are handled and practiced according to the ability of the seeker.

S A M B H A V O P A Y A 

Sambhavopaya is that path of which the Sadhaka must rid himself of the recitation of Mantras – of Sadhana based on breathing; meditation on particular deities; concentrating on some spiritual thought; and so on. He has only to develop his awareness of “I” – consciousness, and that, too, not in any particular place. By the constant awareness of this “I”- consciousness, individual “I” – consciousness quickly vanishes as it is united with His subjective energy and becomes Jivan-Mukta (released in life).
This path is meant for those seekers who reside at the highest level of ability.
Saktopaya is the means in which the aspirant or seeker has to develop concentration upon God-consciousness by means of some particular spiritual thought bestowed by the Master. Here the Sadhaka has to concentrate on that particular thought of God-consciousness without the support of Pranayama; Mantra, and so on. He must develop God consciousness simply and only by meditating upon this thought. He has nothing to do with these discarded methods. That single thought of God consciousness will alone carry him to the Supreme State of Transcendental Being. Saktopaya is meant for those who have neither the highest nor the lowest power of meditating energy.
Anavopaya is that means in which a Sadhaka who is endowed with an inferior capacity of mind and meditation must develop God-consciousness by resorting to meditation on the two breaths – inhalation and exhalation; to the practice of Pranayama; the recitation of Mantras. In this third inferior path a Sadhaka has, of course, to develop God-consciousness, but, as he is not gifted with higher meditating capacity, he has to seek the support of these inferior methods (Pranayama, etc.) so that finally he may be carried to God-consciousness.12735806_993966207333993_1941343210_n

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December 7th, 2017 by jinesh narayanan

We practise kundalini yoga, not to awaken the kundalini, but to manage the symptoms which come after the awakening. Awakening the kundalini is not difficult. There are many ways to awaken the kundalini, but we are unable to retain that state. Yoga has stated very clearly that we can awaken kundalini through sadhana. It can also be raised through herbs which alter the physiological, pranic and emotional structures of the personality, and make one very sensitive to experiencing an altered state of consciousness.

Through sadhana we can raise our kundalini from one chakra to another, but it has a devastating effect on our personality and we cannot manage it. We get frightened when a tingling sensation begins to move in our body or when a vision comes to our mind. We need faith and self-control, balance, sanyam. Therefore, kundalini yoga, apart from teaching how to awaken kundalini, also must teach how to manage the states we experience due to kundalini arousal.

In yoga we do not only aim at awakening something inside and having a fantastic transcendental experience. If we think of yoga in these terms, then we have to change our attitude. There is a learning process which is deeper than the techniques we may perform. The learning process is becoming tuned to our real nature. This is not the instinctive, manifest nature, but the inner nature which governs our life process. Therefore, to evolve we combine the whole spectrum of yoga practices with the tantric precepts of awareness, meditation and acceptance(references & notes:Tantra and Yoga in Everyday Life,Swami Niranjanananda Saraswati)

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December 6th, 2017 by jinesh narayanan

#amaya yoga
has been one of the potent powers for spiritual regeneration. When practised by unenlightened and unqualified persons, it has led to certain abuse. One example of a travesty of the original practices is the theory of the five makaras: madya or wine, mamsa or flesh, matsya or fish, mudra or symbolical acts, and maithuna or coition. Their esoteric meaning is: “Kill egoism, control flesh, drink the wine of God-intoxication, and have union with Lord Shiva.”

Tantra yoga expands in great detail on the knowledge concerning tattwa (truth or Brahman) and mantra (mystic syllables). It saves (trayate). Hence it is called tantra, expansion and liberation.

The Tantra yoga are not books of sorcery, witchcraft, magic spells and mysterious formulae. They are wonderful scriptures. Everyone without the distinctions of caste, creed, or colour may draw inspiration from them and attain spiritual strength, wisdom and eternal bliss. Mahanirvana,vijanabairava ,dasa mahavidhya Thantram,saradathilkam, Sreethattva Chindamani,and Kularnava Tantras are the important books in Tantra Shastra. Yoga Kundalini Upanishad from Krishna Yajurveda, Jabala Darshana, Trisikha Brahmana and Varaha Upanishad, are useful for obtaining knowledge of kundalini shakti and the methods to awaken it and take it to sahasrara chakra at the crown of the head.

Tantra is in some aspects a secret doctrine. You cannot learn it by studying books. You will have to obtain the knowledge and practice from the practical tantrics, tantric acharyas and gurus who hold the key to it. A tantric student must be endowed with purity, faith, devotion, dedication to guru, dispassion, humility, courage, cosmic love, truthfulness, non-covetousness and contentment.

Shakti Tantra proclaims that paramatma, the supreme soul, and jivatma, the individual soul, are one.     12735806_993966207333993_1941343210_n

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December 5th, 2017 by jinesh narayanan

Astral body and sat chakra                                                                                                                 There are six Chakras. Muladara is in the anus.Svadhishthana is near the genital organ. Manipura is in the navel. Anahata is in the heart. The Vishuddhi Chakra is    at the root of the neck. The sixth Chakra, the Ajna is in the head (between the two eyebrows).                          After gaining a knowledge of these six Mandalas or spheres, one should enter the Sukhamandala, drawing up the Vayu and sending it upward. He become one with Brahmanda, the macrocosm, whos practices thus the control of Vayu. Vayu, Bindu, Chitta, and Chakra should be mastered by him. (Yoga-Kundalini Upanishad)

The junctions of Nadis with Sushumna Nadi are known as Chakras, subtle centers of vital energy. Chakras (wheels or circles) or Lotuses are the dynamic Tattwika (Tattwa means Element), centers in the body, they are situated in various point of Sushumna (spinal cord). They are all supported by the vertebral column; the five regions of the spinal column (coccygeal, sacrum, lumbar, dorsal and cervical region) correspond with the regions of the five Chakra : Muladhara, Svadhishthana, Manipura, Anahata and Vishuddha. All the functions of the body are under the control of the Chakras in Sushumna.The Chakras are centres of Pranashakti, Shakti as cosmic energy in latent shape, the presiding Devatas of which are the names for the Universal Consciousness as it manifests in the form of these centres. A particular Tattwa (Element) preponderates at every Chakra.In every Chakra a certain animal is represented. It denotes that the center has the qualities, Tattwas or Gunas of that particular animal.Some Hatayogis say that there are 21 minor Chakras beside the 13 major Chakras, others say that there are 49, while the ancient Yogis taught that there are 108 Chakras.

“The term “Shat-Chakras” refers only to the chief six Chakras, viz., Muladhara, Svadhishthana, Manipura, Anahata, Vishuddha and Ajna. Above all these we have Sahasrara Chakra: this is the chief of all the Chakras. All the Chakras have their intimate connection with this center. Hence this is not included as one among the Shat-Ckras. This is situated above all the Chakras.” (Sri Swami Sivananda saraswathi)

Each Chakra has a particular number of petals with a Sanskrit alphabet on each petal. All the 51(50)Sanskrit letters are on the 50 petals of the six Chakras. The letters exist in the petals in a latent form. These can be manifested and the vibrations of the Nadis felt during meditation. Chakras are in the Linga Sarira (Astral Body), and cannot be seen by eyes, one can feel and understand the Chakras during concentration and meditation only. Sukshuma (subtle) Prana (vital force) moves in the nervous system of the Linga Sarira. Stoola Prana moves in the nervous system of the gross physical body.

“The number of petals in each Chakra is determined by the number and positions of the Nadis around the Chakra.From each Chakra a a particular number of Yoga Nadis crop up. The Chakra gives the appearance of a lotus with the Nadis as his petals. The sound is produced by the vibrations of the corresponding Sanskrit letter. The Chakras with their petals hang downward when Kundalini is at the Muladhara Chakra. When it is awakened, they turn Toward Brahmarandhra. They always face the side of Kundalini.”



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March 9th, 2017 by jinesh narayanan

Muladhara  is the lowest of the chakras, it’s located at the base of the spine, between the anus and the penis. From this chakra four impotrant nadis emanate which appear as lotus petals. the subtle vibrations that are made by each nadi are represented by sanskrit letters. In the middle of the white circle there is a yellow square, region of Prithvi ,the symbol of Prithvi tattwa (earth element). inside the square, the elephant Airvata (king of elephants, vehicle of Indra, king of the deva) carries on his back the bija (syllable) Lam , or bija-dhara (earth-seed). the bija carries on his lap Brahma (creator). above Airvata, near the mouth of Vajra nadi, shines a triangle which sybolise the yoni (uterus) of the Goddess Mother of the universe. The Yoni is called Kama (love) or Kamarupa (form of love) or Traipura (three-side city). inside the yoni is Svayambhu in his Linga form (divine phallus), in other words the male prime cause of the universe, Shiva. Within the Svayambhu Linga reigns dominant Para, the Sri Paramesvari, the awakener of eternal knowlwdge. She is the omnipotent Kala, wonderfully skillful creator.

Over the Linga the white Kundalini, fine as the fibre of the lotus stalk, lies sleeping, in spiral three and half times round Shiva, and her mouth covers Brahamadwara (door of Brahma) . The circulating energy above that is called Kama-bija (seed of love). Near this Linga is the golden region known as Kula (family). The presiding deity is Dakini. Dakinis are half-divine or devilish beings. they are “evil spirits”, attendants of Kali who eat raw meat. The presiding adept is called Dviranda. Ganesha is the devata of this chakra.ganesha-Symbols

corresponding nerve plexus in the physical body,sacro-coccygeal plexus

location-just below kanda,between the root of genitals and anus. at the base of spinal column petals-four

colour of petals,blood-red

letters on the petals – or the vibrations of the yoga nadis-Vam , Sam , Sham , Ssam

mandala, or the region of tattwa, or element-bhumandal, or prithvi, or region of earth

yantra, or shape of the mandala-square

bija akshara, or seed-Lam


presiding god-ganesha,brahma four faced

goddess-dakini (shakti)

deva or pancha butha tattwa-prithvi


colour of tattwas,yellow

function of tattwa, or quality,gandha or smell



granthi sthana,brahma granthi

result of concentration,health and vidya

The awkening of Kundalini Shakti The Jivatma in the subtle body, the rececptacle of the five vital airs (pancha pranas), mind in its three aspects of Manas, Buddhi and Ahamkara; the five organs of action (Karmendryas); and the five organs of perception (Jnendryas), are united with Kula-kundalini. The Kama Vayu in the Muladhara is given a leftward revolution and the fire wich is round kundalini is kindled. by the bija Hum , and the heat of fire thus kindled, the coiled and leeping Kundalini is awakened.she who lay asleep, with her mouth closing the mouth of Sushumna (Brahmadwara) will, on being roused, enter that door and move upwards, united with the Jivatma. On this upward movement, Brahma, Savitri, Dakini-shakti, the devas, bija and Vritti, are dissolved in the body of Kundalini. Prithvi is converted into bija Lam and is also merged in her body. When Kundalini leaves the Muladhara, the lotus, which on the awakening of kundalini had opened and tuned its flowers upwards, again closes and hangs downwards.12735806_993966207333993_1941343210_n

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March 5th, 2017 by jinesh narayanan

In fact, this system of Kashmir Shaivism is based upon Tantras revealed by Lord Shiva. These Tantras are divided into three classes.One class is that of the monistic Tantras. They are called #BhairavaTantras.The second class of Tantras is founded on the mono-dualistic aspect of Kashmir #Shaivism. These Tantras are called Rudra Tantras.
The third class is based on dualistic Shaivism. These Tantras are called Shiva Tantras.

The philosophy of these Tantras was re-originated at the beginning of Kaliyuga by the sage Durvasa. Many centuries later this Tantric philosophy of Kashmir Shaivism was taught by four great Masters in four great Schools Pratyabhijna School, Krama School, Kula School and Spanda School.

Pratyabhijna means recognition. The realization of what one has always been in one’s essential timeless nature. This system was expounded in Kashmir by Somananda.
The Krama School is grounded in space, time and form. Its purpose is to develop such strength of awareness that one transcends the circle of time, space and form and thus becomes timeless, spaceless and formless. This thought of the Krama School of Shaivism was taught by Sri Erakanatha.
The third School of Kashmir Shaivism called the Kula system. The purpose of this School is to discard individual energy and to enter into blissful energy of the totality. This thought was re-originated and taught by Sumatinatha in Kashmir. .
Spanda means “Vibration” and the system which goes by its name directs the spirant to concentrate on each and every movement in this world. Even the movement of a blade of grass will carry you to God-consciousness. This thought was re-originated and taught by Vasuguptanatha
In fact these four Schools are not separate from each other. All the four carry the Sadhaka to the throne of Universal God-consciousness. (swami lakshman joo, jc chatterji- kashmir shaivism)12767434_993965894000691_1245160780_n

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December 13th, 2016 by jinesh narayanan

1,Gross Body (Sthula Sharira) Gross body is physical body that is made up of the   Panchmahabhutas – the five primordial elements, Gross body needs gross food, drink and air which it gets from Annamaya and Pranamaya Kosha. At death the physical body perishes and its five constituent elements are dissolved.                                                                              2,Subtle Body or Astral Body (Linga Sharira/sukshma sarira)Subtle or astral body (Linga Sharira) is where lives mind and intellect. Manomaya and Gyanamaya Kosh and part of pranamaya kosha resides in Astral or Subtle body. Linga Sharira contains pranamaya kosha, movement of the pranic force directing our physical and mental activities. This movement happens through 72000 nadis or channels, conductors of energy which are controlled by the 108 chakras.                                                                                                                                 3,Causal body (Karana Sharira) , Anandmaya Kosh resides in Causal body (Karana Sharira). Causal body needs bliss or peace which it gets from Anandmaya Kosh. Karana Sharira or Causal body is the map template which is the sole cause for the gross and subtle bodies in the future birth of the soul that is not liberated or detached from the causal body. Karana Sharira controls the formation and growth of the other two bodies, and determine every aspect of the next birth.

Karana Sharira is the doorway to the higher consciousness. It is associated with the state of dreamless sleep and samadhi. It links individual consciousness with the collective consciousness. Experiences (samskaras) from our past lives are stored in the causal body, it carries the information and knowledge acquired during the previous births. The attachment of Maya and intense desires for the worldly objects and pleasures, called “vasanas” also go along with KaranaSharira.     

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June 6th, 2016 by jinesh narayanan

siva and sakthi:- The supreme diety of the thantras is known as sakthi,inseparable from #siva ,sakthi and siva are not two or double stars,but are ultimately one and the same .these are the two modes of the manifestation of the eternal and infinite Brahman,as purusa and prakrti(but not that of sankya)i.e.mother and spirit,whom the thantras describe as siva and sakthi(sir.john woodroof,saktha and sakthi) Tantras hold that siva and sakti are inseparable like heat from fire,whiteness from milk,sweatness from sugar, luminosity from light,and weight from natural is the sakthi in the Thantras which is said to have brought the universe into existence(#mahanirvana thantra.1.16)she governs the universe and overwhelms us with wonder and other word it can be said that sakti denotes Brahman and his divine energy,glorifying the mother aspect of the god. 1,Sakthi is the reverse of the concept of siva who is sthanu,and one respect,it is the concept of divine energy in its static aspect,motionless,inhert,and without agitation; whereas,sakthi is the concept of divine energy in its dynamic aspect.sakthi is the personification of the Divine Energy that has brought the universe into existence;and that preserves it from disruptive forces.In other words sakthi is creative and preservative energy of Brahman.(sakthisangamathantra-kali kandam,). 2.Siva is the emblem of the destructive forces that lie dormant in the universe(mahanirvana thantra,4.10-11) godess sakthi is the fullest conception of Brahman in all its aspects, creator,preserver,and destroyer of the universe (mahanirvana thantra.4.35-34) creation is a mode of divine existence,and Divine energy sustains the universe that binds the atoms.again destruction is also an aspect of Divine energy that goes hand in hand with the creative energy.Thus the creative,preservative and destructive forces are but the three aspects of Divine energy that exists in Brahman.with the three gunas-sattva,rajas and tamas, and it is the personification of creative,preservative,and destructive forces of the universe. Sakthi is also the power of every god like indira,visnu,etc.,in other words,she manifests herself as sakthi,power,force,or energy in everything and in every being.This universe is the manifestation of sakthi.Now this is the concept of the sakthi conceived in the thantras.A sakthi worships Brahman as sakthiman or as He appears through the manifestation of sakthi.(#mahanirvana thantra.4.35-34) Now this is the concept of sakthi concived in the thantras.a sakthi worships Brahman as He appears through the manifestation of His divine energy,conceived in the #tantras as #mahasakthi.God alongwith his Divine energy or attributes (which alone reveal us his existence),conceived as #mahasakthi or the fountain head of all energy,is perhaps the most profound philosophical concept of Brahman,preached in the #Tantras,12767434_993965894000691_1245160780_n

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