An intense seeker will carry the identity about himself throughout all three states – dream, deep sleep and waking.

There are four states of consciousness.

When you have ‘I’ Consciousness and thoughts, you are in the waking state, the state in which you are right now. In this state, ‘I’ has more frequency than your thoughts. So you can control your thoughts.

When you are without ‘I’ consciousness but having thoughts, you are in the dream state. In the dream state, your thoughts are at a higher frequency than your ‘I’ consciousness. That is why you have thoughts in your dreams but you are not able to control them.

When you are without ‘I’ Consciousness and not having any thoughts, you are in the deep sleep state. Normally, we are aware of only these three states of waking, dream and deep sleep.

The fourth state is where you have I consciousness but no thoughts or turiya.

Intensity means being intense every moment in whatever you do. So first you need to be aware of yourself in all the states. Then only you can be intense throughout.

Now you experience who you are with awareness only during the waking state. You feel, ‘I am a doctor,’ ‘I am a lawyer,’ ‘I am an engineer’ and so on. Only if we are aware of the identities that we carry and enjoy in all the three states, we have caught the thread, the center line of all the three states of waking, dream and deep sleep. When we catch the thread of all these three states, suddenly we realize our identity in all the three states. Continue reading “An intense seeker will carry the identity about himself throughout all three states – dream, deep sleep and waking.”

Creation of Cosmos (Jagat Janana)

When “I” becomes “We” by the incompletions added it is hell. When “I” becomes “We” out of joy and the space of creation it becomes Brahman becoming Prakriti.  When the “I” becomes  “We” because of incompletions added it is hell. Most of you, why you took birth, the “I” became  “We” because of incompletions added.  Your experience of “I”, the pure “I” started experiencing  “We” means as multiple. In the original state whether you or God feels the pure “I”.  Without “you” or “they” or “we”. It’s a pure “I”.  The “I” becomes “we” when the incompletion is added to it.  Listen. When you have an … Continue reading Creation of Cosmos (Jagat Janana)

Yoga and Completion

A Sannyasi can miss eating, but he should not miss Yoga in the morning! He can miss sleeping, but he should not miss Completion in the night! I am not saying don’t eat, don’t sleep; but all I am saying is, the first priority, when the day starts, the first priority is Yoga; when the night starts, the first priority is Completion. After Yoga have your food. After Completion have your sleep. Because, Yoga itself is an energy supply to your body! Beyond Yoga and meditation if you need a little energy, let that be given through food. Completion itself … Continue reading Yoga and Completion