A timeless evolution of Consciousness

A Timeless Evolution of Consciousness !

In the human brain exists the formation of a “swan in flight”. In the head is the Corpus Callosum and the ventricles which are located in the mid-brain.

When a Hamsa Yogi through meditation and pranayama activates the Kundalini energy, then these ventricles in the brain open up. The two petals in the Agaya chakra open (corresponding to the pituitary gland). The Yogi at this stage experiences Hamsa consciousness – being breathed by the Divine Indweller, the universal Prana.

As the Yogi progresses in the Hamsa meditation, the subtle fibers in the corona radiata light up with divine energy and effulgence. These radiant fibers spread in the Sahasrara chakra. The Hamsa Nath Yogi’s Sarvikalpa consciousness then expands to the Paramhamsa Nath Yogi’s state of Nirvikalpa consciousness. An expansion of awareness beyond the “I-ness” of humanity takes place.

The Sushumna channel in the spinal chord is the highway through which the Kundalini energy travels and the evolution of consciousness takes place. A still greater state than Paramhamsa is that of the SiddhaNath Yogi, a jeevan mukta. When the mighty Hamsa soul rests in absolute “zero” in the Cave of Brahma, spreading its wings of consciousness to experience the Divinity of creation, one is the SiddhaNath Yogi.

Then the majestic soul proceeds to a loftier state of spiritual awareness beyond the reckoning of mortals where one transfigures oneself into an AvadhootNath Yogi and experiences the total divinity of and beyond creation, gaining the ultimate knowledge of ‘Tat Tvam Asi’ (That Thou Art). The Yogi then merges into Niranjan, the final Nirvana, and is the conqueror, the supreme Jina, having attained the enlightenment of the Buddha and the Christ. This AvadhootNath Yogi returns to the world no more. If, under rare circumstances this Yogi ever does return, it will be as the descent of divinity in flesh and form, and as AvatarNath Yogeshwar.

Note: The Cave of Brahma is located in the center of the skull, with the thalamus glands as its wall, the hypothalamus as its floor and the plexus of the third choroid ventricle as its roof. Within the cave is the spring of life, the aquaduct from which flows forth the cerebrospinal fluid upon which floats the Hamsa swan-like Corpus Callosum.

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Prayer to Sanctify Food

From Yogiraj Gurunath

(in Marathi)


Oh Lord, let us think of Thee

While we take every morsel of food

Let us think of Thee

Let us not think of food as things to eat but as thy food

Let us think of it as a spiritual act

Thou art the food, the eater and digester

May this food give us the good sense to worship thee

And Love thee.

The Hamsanath Yogi

Evolution into Brahma’s cave

by Yogiraj Siddhanath

The end of physical evolution is the perfection of the mammalian form. The end of mental evolution is the perfection of the human mind. And the end of spiritual evolution is the full expression of one’s consciousness of natural enlightenment. From prehistoric man with his mind enmeshed in the senses we have gradually evolved to the human man with his mind centered in the intellect. And now we must follow the evolutionary process of yoga whereby we may become divine beings expressing our consciousness of natural enlightenment.

The evolutionary process of Yoga whereby we may become divine beings is brought about by levels of initiation, which means the expansion of human consciousness. This is brought about by the definite intermediation of the Guru. These initiations mark the stages of the spiritual progress of the yogi and the Satguru takes upon himself the instruction and guardianship of his disciple. The furthering of human awareness gives the key to knowledge and opens up new centers of power so that the soul may become more serviceable to the world.

In the human brain exists the corpus callosum, in the shape of a Swan in Flight, with its wing-like ventricles thrust towards the forehead and its head pointing to the back as though the Swan is flying faster than light back to the future. When a Hamsa Yogi, through meditation and pranayam, activates the Kundalini energy, then these ventricles in the brain open up. The two petals in the Agya Chakra open. The yogi, at this stage, experiences Hamsa Consciousness, being breathed by the Divine In-dweller.

The Sushumna channel in the spinal chord is the highway through which the Kundalini energy travels and the evolution of consciousness takes place. Kundalini is the Kinetic Energy remaining after the completion of the Universe. This residual bioelectric force lies as light/sound vibrations at the root of the spinal chord. To avail of it for one’s own evolution and realization is the birthright of every human soul. As the Hamsanath Yogi progresses in his meditation, the third eye opens up to increasing levels of consciousness, until he arrives at the Cave of Brahma, the brain’s third ventricle. Then his awareness expands beyond the ‘‘I-ness’’ of humanity to settle in the lateral ventricles of the brain, where he becomes the Siddhanath Yogi. The mighty Hamsa Soul then wins its wings to freedom. As the subtle fibres of his corona radiata light up with divine effulgence he takes flight into cosmic consciousness, attaining the state of Avadhootnath Yogi. He then experiences the total divinity of and beyond creation, gaining the ultimate knowledge of Tat Tvam Asi (That Thou Art). The Yogi then merges into Niranjan, the final Nirvana.

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Come Share My Samadhi

by Yogiraj Siddhanath

K. Hari Warrier, May 9 2003

Hindistan Times.com

Yogiraj Siddhanath traces his lineage to the Ikshavaku dynasty, to which Lord Rama is believed to have belonged. It is said that Yogiraj was born a seer, so to say, and would meditate long hours even at the age of four.

Today, he is a ‘householder yogi’, and lives with his wife Shivangini in a forest ashram near Simhgarh fort, Pune. He has established an organization, Hamsa Yoga Sangh, and imparts his knowledge of Sanatana Dharma to all and sundry.

What is perhaps unique about Yogiraj is the “Unified Field of Consciousness”, in which he goes into samadhi, and then shares that experience with his audience as a sort of introduction into spirituality. He spoke to Hindustan Times:

On life, and teaching, as a yogi

I am a householder yogi. I lead the life of a householder as well as that of a yogi. The two can be combined just as I have demonstrated in my life.

I give two main techniques, one is the technique of kriya yoga of the great Mahavatar Shiva Goraksha Babaji. The second is the Siddhanath Healing Enlightenment (SHE) which He has helped me develop. The techniques are very simple yet effective. And they are given to suit the person in daily life. Later on, there are higher levels…

I am happy to serve. When you serve a guy, his ego melts, then you can enter him more easily. Otherwise the subconscious mind forms a barrier… As a service to service phenomenon, it (teaching) flows better.

On the spiritual path

Spiritual progress is a very individual question, and each person advances according to his own effort. Three things are required for success in yogic practice.

Discipline: This is tapah. A person disciplines himself in such a manner that material things loosen their grip and control over the mind… sleeping on a soft bed, sumptuous food, indulging in the pleasures of life… they are distractions.

When a man disciplines himself, when he learns to sleep simply on a hard bed, when he gets up at a given time to meditate, the material things lose their grip, and the mind becomes more sharpened towards its goal. That is the idea of tapah, to loosen the grip of material things on the mind, so that the mind can expand into consciousness, so that dharana, or concentration, can become dhyana, where it goes into a state of consciousness.

The first stages are yama and niyama. Asanas too are important, they discipline the body.

Self-study: The second prerequisite after tapah is swadhyaya, or self study, the study of your true self, which is your soul, using your apparent self, which is the body. So you are using your body as a laboratory and discipline it to get to your true self, which is your soul. The means whereby the body is used to get to a higher state of consciousness is called prana.

Swadhyaya consists of pranayama. Pranayama is the link point which gets you to subtler states of consciousness. It soothes the nerves, and expands the mind. It creates a magnetism in your spine.

Pranayama is developed to a high degree by contact with the cosmic prana. The prana in the human body is as though contained in a bottle. The human body is itself made up of prana. It is like water in an ice bottle floating in an ocean. When the bottle melts, the individual prana in the body comes in contact with the universal prana.

But the yogis do not concentrate on the perishable body, whose fate is pre-decided: consignment to the flames. So why waste so much time on temporary investment? ‘Let me invest on something more, which is the true self. We will use pranayama to climb the ladder of prana to reach God.’

After pranayama, the seeker goes into pratyahara, and then he goes into dharana, dhyana and samadhi, which is loosely translated as trance. When these unite, it is called samyam, and he realizes his own God within, his Divine Indweller.

Surrender: The third factor, which is necessary to realize Godhood, is Ishwar paranidhan, or total surrender to God. Whatever comes, comes from God, I am satisfied with what I have.

This is not fatalism. The seeker is not negative, he is making the effort. He is doing tapah. Disciplined yoga, meditation, swadhyaya. And while doing this, he is also happy. The approach is, “while I am making an effort I may be a pauper or a millionaire. It doesn’t make a difference to me. My real purpose is to seek God. So whatever condition You put me in, I will still keep making the effort.”

You carry on regardless of obstacles, because you know it is all Godsend, it is a result of your karma. But that doesn’t mean you should not make the purashartha or the effort to seek the Divine Indweller.

On India and Indians

India has always been a passive and docile country. It gives away its techniques and takes its learning from others. The Indian psyche is very timid, it is the psyche of a saint. Basically the Indian is a contemplative person.

But the Indian soul is the most courageous person in the world. In spite of great difficulties in the path, he goes along with strong determination, and achieves the goal. He has the determination to walk on fire.

There I take my hat off to the people of Bharatha, a name so beautiful… it means the land whose people are wedded to the light of soul. Ratha (united) to the spiritual abha (light) of the aatma. Aatmaprakashit (self enlightened). Even today, India is the spiritual dynamo of the world.

His message

My vision for new life awakening, is earth peace through self peace. Meditate and find peace, and then tell millions of people to find peace within themselves. A simple formula…

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