Whether you are trying to clean up the mess or add more mess caused by the reactionary assumption patterns and lifestyle, both are delusion. The one and only solution is unclutching, withdrawing into supernal effulgence of Paramashiva!

Supernal effulgence of Paramashiva which is internal, inside you cannot be stopped, taken away from you, but you can choose to get deluded in reactionary assumption patterns and reactionary assumption lifestyle which cause a mess. And whether you are trying to clean up the mess or add more mess caused by the reactionary assumption patterns and lifestyle, both are delusion.

Reactionary assumption patterns means ‘assuming and reacting’. I should call them as mala (undigested food). It not only sits unnecessarily inside you but it is dangerous and toxic inside you.

Sometimes you go on adding to the mess in your life by continuing to operate based on reactionary assumption patterns – mala – and reactionary assumption lifestyle – pasa. If you do this, you are adding more and more haalahaala – poison – in your life and you are getting ____ by yourself. I did not utter but you hear that word! Read More

Vijnana Akarshana, Attributes of an Avatar – VI

True knowledge, intuition and right cognition are the specific attributes needed for a being to get enlightened. Paramahamsa Nithyananda effects this in His disciples through special processes involving initiation, teaching and transforming the disciple to live in a state of Completion, which decreases the number of normal thoughts, and increases clarity and energy. 

Opening of the third eye or ajna chakra allows for the expansion of the five koshas (our energy bodies which normally exist in a contracted state due to vyasti (the wrong perception of the existence of individuality). The opening up of cognition through right sakshi (observation) leads to a reversal of the koshas, due to the right cognition of the state of samasti (involving all). This allows the expanded vijnanamaya kosha to cognize the visual perceptions even with blindfolded or closed eyes. Further expansion, as in the case of an adept Yogi would allow the siddhi of parakaya pravesham to manifest, as in the very famous example of Adi Shankaracharya.