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    Mantra: Shabdabrahman has a latent will to manifest itself, and it is organised in three specific fields of power: bindu (consciousness - awareness), ada
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 27, 2003
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      Mantra:

      Shabdabrahman has a latent will to manifest itself, and it is
      organised in three specific fields of power: bindu (consciousness -
      awareness), ada (energy), bija (specificity). Every field of power
      absorbs an equal umber of sound unity, radiating such as linear
      weaves and having together a triangular shape.

      All that, in a latent and non manifested form is called kamakala.
      Here, the creative principle as undifferentiated vibration, is a
      state defined Para.

      When the focusing of energy in mahabindu (supreme centre of
      consciousness) overheats it to the explosion point, radiating a
      particular sound form; nada pranava comes into being; it's the first
      manifested sound, this state is called pashanti. Therefore, omkara is
      the first expression of the potential sound para. From the pranava
      all he sound forms emerge, like mantra, Veda, language and all sorts
      of sounds. Pranava is a complicated organisation of powers, where a
      basic ower supports an endless series of powers. Omkara activates
      the three fields of latent forces in kamakala.

      Pranava in its extensive process changes its undifferentiated and
      unlimited character into a more limited and changeable series of
      manifestation. From a unique sound, omkara becomes many particular
      sounds: vishesa spanda. The multidimensional process of specific
      vibrations is said madhiam. Pranava is the original sound, unmatched
      and undivided, and for it's own power, it becomes specialised and
      plural.

      "It has been established by Lord Shiva, that there cannot be moksha
      (freedom) without diksha (initiation) and diksha cannot exist
      without a aster, hence it comes the line of
      Guru parampara" (KT.10.14).

      It's necessary for a mantra, to be "alive" mantrachaitanya, in case
      it has lost its energy, or it has withered, a siddha yogi should
      know how o restore the shakti to the mantra.

      "Innumerable are the mantras, they only distract the mind. Only that
      mantra, which is received through the Grace of the Guru will give
      complete satisfaction" (ibid.11.15).

      Each mantra is a different expression of the Brahman, manifesting
      itself as Deva or Devi. A mantra isn't a set of words used for
      invoking the ivinity, but it is the Divinity itself appearing as
      power and onsciousness.

      Mantra has two kind of power: vachaka and vachya. The former is the
      shakti in her sound form, and it manifests itself as vital force,
      appearing with a divine form; that is Istadevata (Istadevata isn't an
      imaginary process, but an expression of real divine power, which
      manifests itself to the sadhaka).

      The latter is power consciousness; when a yogi is completely
      established in superconsciousness (samadhi), Istadevata leads him to
      its formless state (arupa) of infinite being. Mantra owns unlimited
      powers because is the Divinity itself.

      Mantra vidya is a secret and supreme science (pararashya vidya): as
      only a scientist knows how to extract nuclear power from the inert
      matter, only the true brahmayogis of this science, know the real
      essence of ihert.

      The sacred sounds are of primary importance in a devotee's life.
      Every aspect of her/his day, from sun rise to sunset (sandya
      vandana) is sacred.


      love, Karta

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