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533Bindu of Sri Vidya Tantra, Yoga Meditation, and Vedanta (19 sec video)

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  • Swami Jnaneshvara Bharati
    May 11, 2007
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      19-second animation of the chakras of Sri Yantra.

      19-SECOND VIDEO:

      BINDU ARTICLE (about 40 pages):


      Bindu means Point or Dot, is sometimes likened to a Pearl, and is
      often related to the principle of a Seed. This is not just a poetic
      choice of words or philosophy. There literally is a stage of Yoga
      Meditation in which all experiences collapse, so to speak, into a
      point from which all experiences arose in the first place. The Bindu
      is near the end of the subtlest aspect of mind itself, after which
      one travels beyond or transcends the mind and its contents. It is
      near the end of time, space, and causation, and is the doorway to the
      Absolute. To understand this principle is extremely useful, if not
      essential to Advanced Meditation.

      Awareness of the nature of Bindu helps tremendously in seeing how all
      of the various practices are complementary, not contradictory, with
      each, in its own way, leading in the direction of the Bindu. The
      Bindu is the convergence point of Meditation, Contemplation, Prayer,
      and Mantra, and is part of the mystical, esoteric aspect of many, if
      not most religions and meditative traditions. The experience of Bindu
      is an actual, internally experienced reality, which is the
      convergence point of the highest principles and practices of Yoga,
      Vedanta, and Tantra. Seeking to experience and then transcend the
      Bindu serves as an organizing principle and focal point for all of
      those spiritual or yogic practices that are intended to lead one to
      direct experience.