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    Experiencing the Fourth State of Consciousness (Beyond the Waking State, Dream State, and State of Deep Sleep), by Swami Santsevi Ji  Maharaj


When you transit from the awakened state to ‘swapnaavasthaa’ (the dream state), only four organs (the mind, the intellect, the chit and the ego) are there with you and naturally, therefore, there are significantly less worries in that state. However, when you move further from the ‘swapnaavasthaa’ to the ‘sushuptaavasthaa’ (the state of deep dreamless sleep), only one organ (‘chit’) remains. Going into this state, you forget even your pains and pleasures that existed in the state of dream. You experience deep sleep and upon waking up you feel calm and happy and say, “Today I had a good, uninterrupted sleep”. That means that we get pleasure, relief and peace on detaching ourselves from our ‘indriyas’ (organs). Even in the state of deep sleep, there is still one ‘indriya’ left. However, Sants tell us that when you move even beyond these three states (awakened, dream and deep sleep) into the fourth state, ‘turiyaavasthaa’ (the state of pure consciousness), all the ‘indriyas’ are left behind. Tulsidas ji says,


“Teen awasthaa tajahu bhajahu bhagwant. Man kram vachan agochar, vyaapak vyaapya anant.”

[Meditate upon God (who is beyond the reach of mind, worldly actions and faculty of speech, and is infinitely pervading as well as pervaded) by rising beyond the three states.]…..

Go Within


“….The Absolute Lord resides within us (our bodies) and we too live within us (our bodies). Then why all this wandering in the outside world to search for Him? Learn the right way or technique from a Satguru or a true teacher, travel within yourself, and rid yourself of all the worries, all the stresses and strains, all the sorrows by meeting and merging with the Supreme Soul. In accordance with the Mundak Upanishad, we can say,


“Ek vriksha par do pakshee, ati sakhya bhaav se the rahate. Khaate ek falon ko the, aur ek binaa khaaye hansate.” 


(The meaning of the above couplet is that) two birds, named ‘Jeevaatmaa’ (individual unliberated soul) and ‘Paramaatmaa’ (The Supreme Soul or God), live together in a tree (called ‘shareer’ or ‘kaayaa’ or our body). God is like an onlooker who does not eat the fruits (of the tree) himself and keeps smiling at the ‘Jeevaatmaa’. The ‘jeevaatmaa’, on the other hand, eats (reaps) the fruits and suffers from the (alternating) pains and pleasures. If you want to save yourself from this agonizing state of affairs, you will have to purify your mind by keeping it detached or removed from the sensory objects. Maharshi Mehi Paramhans ji says,


“Guru jaap maanas dhyaan maanas, keejiye dridha saadhakar. Inakaa pratham abhyaas kar, shrut shuddha karanaa chaahiye.”

[The right way to meditate first consists of purifying our surat (meaning our individual soul here) by rigorously or firmly practicing the ‘maanas jap’ (mentally reciting or chanting – without using or moving the lips or the tongue [simran] – the sacred mantra given by the Guru repeatedly with the fullest attention), and the ‘maanas dhyaan’ (fixedly gazing at the visualized form of the Guru within us, keeping our eyes closed)]


At another place (Maharshi Mehi says),


“Prathamahi dhaaro Guru ko dhyaan.
Ho shruti nirmal, ho Vindu jnaan.”

[Focus your attention, in the first place, on your Guru’s image. This purifies the ‘surat’ and takes us to experience the ‘Bindu’ (the primeval perfect Refulgent Point from which all the grossly and subtly visible creation has come to be formed.]


So, firmly practice attentively chanting of the holy name or mantra of the Guru and meditating upon the Guru’s form. Thus the ‘surat’ will be pure and you will get prepared for practicing ‘Bindu Dhyaan’ (Yoga of Divine Light [inner seeing]). Maturing in or becoming adept at ‘Bindu Dhyaan’, you would move from Darkness into Light, from the Gross (Realm) into the Astral (Realm). There are three layers, namely the layers of Darkness, Light and Sound, which keep shrouding our soul. Therefore, our Gurudev said further,


“Ghat tam prakash va shabd pat traya, jeev par hain chhaa rahe. Kar drishti aru dhvani yoga saadhan, ye hataanaa chaahiye.”

[The ‘jiva’ (the individual soul) is enveloped by three layers: Darkness, Light and Sound. To remove these shells/veils hiding the soul, we should practice ‘Drishti Yoga’ (Yoga of Divine Light) and ‘Dhvani Yoga or Shabda Yoga or Naad Yoga’ (The Yoga of Divine Sound).]


Practice ‘Drishti Yoga’ (Yoga of Light) and ‘Naadaa-nusandhaan’ (Yoga of Sound). This will enable remove the layers of Darkness, Light and Sound (that conceal your Soul from the Supreme Sovereign Soul, i.e. God). You will, thus, get to know “Who You Are” And, when you know yourself, you will also know God. Therefore travel within yourself, not without.


And for this, there is no need to quit your household, family or job. Living in your house with your family members and earning an honest, truthful living, you can attain to Him via meditation. This meditation can be done by everyone alike – rich or poor, learned or illiterate, male or female, kid or aged. Maharshi Mehi Paramhans ji says,


“Jitane manush tan dhaari hain, prabhu bhakti kar sakate sabhee. Antar va baahar bhakti kar, ghat – pat hataanaa chaahiye.”

[All human beings are capable of performing devotion to God. One should do inner or internal meditation (by practicing the ‘Maanas Jap’, ‘Maanas Dhyaan’, ‘Drishti Saadhan’, and ‘Naadaa-nusandhaan’ as discussed earlier) as well as outer or external meditation (seek the company of Sants and reading and/or listening to Sacred Scriptures).]


Believe in One God. Have firm, unwavering, indefatigable faith [persisting tirelessly] in that He shall be found within (us). Do some honest earning for meeting your and your family’s needs. Donate some portion out of your earnings to some righteous, noble cause. This will do well to this world as well as the other world (of yours). Thus, I explained to you the gist of my Gurudev’s teachings. I thank you all. 

— Swami Santsevi Ji Maharaj, 


(The above is excerpted from an English rendering of a Satsang Discourse by Maharshi Santsevi ji Maharaj delivered on the auspicious occasion of his 82nd Birth Anniversary (20.12.2002) at the Satsang Hall of Maharshi Mehi Ashram, Kuppaghat, Bhagalpur in the State of Bihar, India, translated into English by Pravesh K. Singh.)

    Experiencing the Fourth State of Consciousness (Beyond the Waking State, Dream State, and State of Deep Sleep), by Swami Santsevi Ji Maharaj


    When you transit from the awakened state to ‘swapnaavasthaa’ (the dream state), only four organs (the mind, the intellect, the chit and the ego) are there with you and naturally, therefore, there are significantly less worries in that state. However, when you move further from the ‘swapnaavasthaa’ to the ‘sushuptaavasthaa’ (the state of deep dreamless sleep), only one organ (‘chit’) remains. Going into this state, you forget even your pains and pleasures that existed in the state of dream. You experience deep sleep and upon waking up you feel calm and happy and say, “Today I had a good, uninterrupted sleep”. That means that we get pleasure, relief and peace on detaching ourselves from our ‘indriyas’ (organs). Even in the state of deep sleep, there is still one ‘indriya’ left. However, Sants tell us that when you move even beyond these three states (awakened, dream and deep sleep) into the fourth state, ‘turiyaavasthaa’ (the state of pure consciousness), all the ‘indriyas’ are left behind. Tulsidas ji says,


    “Teen awasthaa tajahu bhajahu bhagwant. Man kram vachan agochar, vyaapak vyaapya anant.”


    [Meditate upon God (who is beyond the reach of mind, worldly actions and faculty of speech, and is infinitely pervading as well as pervaded) by rising beyond the three states.]…..


    Go Within


    “….The Absolute Lord resides within us (our bodies) and we too live within us (our bodies). Then why all this wandering in the outside world to search for Him? Learn the right way or technique from a Satguru or a true teacher, travel within yourself, and rid yourself of all the worries, all the stresses and strains, all the sorrows by meeting and merging with the Supreme Soul. In accordance with the Mundak Upanishad, we can say,


    “Ek vriksha par do pakshee, ati sakhya bhaav se the rahate. Khaate ek falon ko the, aur ek binaa khaaye hansate.”


    (The meaning of the above couplet is that) two birds, named ‘Jeevaatmaa’ (individual unliberated soul) and ‘Paramaatmaa’ (The Supreme Soul or God), live together in a tree (called ‘shareer’ or ‘kaayaa’ or our body). God is like an onlooker who does not eat the fruits (of the tree) himself and keeps smiling at the ‘Jeevaatmaa’. The ‘jeevaatmaa’, on the other hand, eats (reaps) the fruits and suffers from the (alternating) pains and pleasures. If you want to save yourself from this agonizing state of affairs, you will have to purify your mind by keeping it detached or removed from the sensory objects. Maharshi Mehi Paramhans ji says,


    “Guru jaap maanas dhyaan maanas, keejiye dridha saadhakar. Inakaa pratham abhyaas kar, shrut shuddha karanaa chaahiye.”


    [The right way to meditate first consists of purifying our surat (meaning our individual soul here) by rigorously or firmly practicing the ‘maanas jap’ (mentally reciting or chanting – without using or moving the lips or the tongue [simran] – the sacred mantra given by the Guru repeatedly with the fullest attention), and the ‘maanas dhyaan’ (fixedly gazing at the visualized form of the Guru within us, keeping our eyes closed)]


    At another place (Maharshi Mehi says),


    “Prathamahi dhaaro Guru ko dhyaan.
    Ho shruti nirmal, ho Vindu jnaan.”


    [Focus your attention, in the first place, on your Guru’s image. This purifies the ‘surat’ and takes us to experience the ‘Bindu’ (the primeval perfect Refulgent Point from which all the grossly and subtly visible creation has come to be formed.]


    So, firmly practice attentively chanting of the holy name or mantra of the Guru and meditating upon the Guru’s form. Thus the ‘surat’ will be pure and you will get prepared for practicing ‘Bindu Dhyaan’ (Yoga of Divine Light [inner seeing]). Maturing in or becoming adept at ‘Bindu Dhyaan’, you would move from Darkness into Light, from the Gross (Realm) into the Astral (Realm). There are three layers, namely the layers of Darkness, Light and Sound, which keep shrouding our soul. Therefore, our Gurudev said further,


    “Ghat tam prakash va shabd pat traya, jeev par hain chhaa rahe. Kar drishti aru dhvani yoga saadhan, ye hataanaa chaahiye.”


    [The ‘jiva’ (the individual soul) is enveloped by three layers: Darkness, Light and Sound. To remove these shells/veils hiding the soul, we should practice ‘Drishti Yoga’ (Yoga of Divine Light) and ‘Dhvani Yoga or Shabda Yoga or Naad Yoga’ (The Yoga of Divine Sound).]


    Practice ‘Drishti Yoga’ (Yoga of Light) and ‘Naadaa-nusandhaan’ (Yoga of Sound). This will enable remove the layers of Darkness, Light and Sound (that conceal your Soul from the Supreme Sovereign Soul, i.e. God). You will, thus, get to know “Who You Are” And, when you know yourself, you will also know God. Therefore travel within yourself, not without.


    And for this, there is no need to quit your household, family or job. Living in your house with your family members and earning an honest, truthful living, you can attain to Him via meditation. This meditation can be done by everyone alike – rich or poor, learned or illiterate, male or female, kid or aged. Maharshi Mehi Paramhans ji says,


    “Jitane manush tan dhaari hain, prabhu bhakti kar sakate sabhee. Antar va baahar bhakti kar, ghat – pat hataanaa chaahiye.”


    [All human beings are capable of performing devotion to God. One should do inner or internal meditation (by practicing the ‘Maanas Jap’, ‘Maanas Dhyaan’, ‘Drishti Saadhan’, and ‘Naadaa-nusandhaan’ as discussed earlier) as well as outer or external meditation (seek the company of Sants and reading and/or listening to Sacred Scriptures).]


    Believe in One God. Have firm, unwavering, indefatigable faith [persisting tirelessly] in that He shall be found within (us). Do some honest earning for meeting your and your family’s needs. Donate some portion out of your earnings to some righteous, noble cause. This will do well to this world as well as the other world (of yours). Thus, I explained to you the gist of my Gurudev’s teachings. I thank you all.


    — Swami Santsevi Ji Maharaj,


    (The above is excerpted from an English rendering of a Satsang Discourse by Maharshi Santsevi ji Maharaj delivered on the auspicious occasion of his 82nd Birth Anniversary (20.12.2002) at the Satsang Hall of Maharshi Mehi Ashram, Kuppaghat, Bhagalpur in the State of Bihar, India, translated into English by Pravesh K. Singh.)


    Tagged: sant mat, santmat, sant mat meditation, fourth state of consciousness, consciousness, meditation, inner light, inner sound, radhasoami, upanishads, maharshi mehi, kabir, tulsi das, sants, india, spirituality, hindu, hinduism, bhakti,
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    Inner Seeing With the Third or Single Eye, By Swami Bhagirath Baba

"On closing the eyes everyone sees the darkness inside, whether he/she belongs to whatsoever creed, caste, country or he/she be young, child, old, male, female, scholar or illiterate. This darkness has not been created by the people or gods. This darkness has been created by the Supreme Sovereign God. There are three layers (coverings) over the Jeevaatmaa (Individual Soul). Those are: darkness, light and sound. Darkness is the shadow of the light. This darkness is the first layer on the Jeeva (individual soul) whom all beings see. One who crosses this layer of darkness through a special kind of meditation sees the inner light within oneself. This inner light is called Aatma-Aalok (Light of the self) or Brahma-Prakash (Divine Light). On achieving it, the Divya- Drishti (Divine Eye, Third Eye) opens completely."

Thrice-Daily Meditation — Trayakaal Sandhyaa, By Swami Bhagirath Baba

The practitioner, if he sits for meditation, always must keep his/her head, neck and spinal cord (back) completely straight. The respiration process will naturally become slowed if one sits straight, and thus it is a helping factor in meditation and Jap…

Sants/yogis have fixed times of meditation. Those times are: 1) in the pre-dawn, i.e. three hours before sun rise, 2) after taking a bath during the day [mid day], and, 3) during the evening (after the sun sets). Meditation done in these three time is called Trayakaal Sandhyaa (thrice-daily meditation). A practitioner must sit for meditation in these three times, and also should do Maanas Jap (repeating the Guru-instructed mantra), or Maanas Dhyaan (involving mind in visualizing Guru’s form inside), while doing worldly work.

In the evening just before going to bed, the practitioner should sit in meditation for two to four minutes and then go to sleep. A practitioner can continue Maanas Jap or Maanas Dhyaan or keep his/her vision straight inside with closed eyes laying in bed. This practice protects one from terrible, unpleasant dreams, and on the other hand the practitioner can be benefited with the appearance of sages/sants or Satsang in the dream state. The appearance (seeing) of sants/sages in the dream state is an indication of spiritual upwardness (progress).

— A Spiritual Discourse by Shri Swami Bhagirath Baba:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/118372093/Shri-Swami-Bhagirath-Baba-A-Spiritual-Discourse

    Inner Seeing With the Third or Single Eye, By Swami Bhagirath Baba


    "On closing the eyes everyone sees the darkness inside, whether he/she belongs to whatsoever creed, caste, country or he/she be young, child, old, male, female, scholar or illiterate. This darkness has not been created by the people or gods. This darkness has been created by the Supreme Sovereign God. There are three layers (coverings) over the Jeevaatmaa (Individual Soul). Those are: darkness, light and sound. Darkness is the shadow of the light. This darkness is the first layer on the Jeeva (individual soul) whom all beings see. One who crosses this layer of darkness through a special kind of meditation sees the inner light within oneself. This inner light is called Aatma-Aalok (Light of the self) or Brahma-Prakash (Divine Light). On achieving it, the Divya- Drishti (Divine Eye, Third Eye) opens completely."


    Thrice-Daily Meditation — Trayakaal Sandhyaa, By Swami Bhagirath Baba


    The practitioner, if he sits for meditation, always must keep his/her head, neck and spinal cord (back) completely straight. The respiration process will naturally become slowed if one sits straight, and thus it is a helping factor in meditation and Jap…


    Sants/yogis have fixed times of meditation. Those times are: 1) in the pre-dawn, i.e. three hours before sun rise, 2) after taking a bath during the day [mid day], and, 3) during the evening (after the sun sets). Meditation done in these three time is called Trayakaal Sandhyaa (thrice-daily meditation). A practitioner must sit for meditation in these three times, and also should do Maanas Jap (repeating the Guru-instructed mantra), or Maanas Dhyaan (involving mind in visualizing Guru’s form inside), while doing worldly work.


    In the evening just before going to bed, the practitioner should sit in meditation for two to four minutes and then go to sleep. A practitioner can continue Maanas Jap or Maanas Dhyaan or keep his/her vision straight inside with closed eyes laying in bed. This practice protects one from terrible, unpleasant dreams, and on the other hand the practitioner can be benefited with the appearance of sages/sants or Satsang in the dream state. The appearance (seeing) of sants/sages in the dream state is an indication of spiritual upwardness (progress).


    — A Spiritual Discourse by Shri Swami Bhagirath Baba:
    http://www.scribd.com/doc/118372093/Shri-Swami-Bhagirath-Baba-A-Spiritual-Discourse


    Tagged: sant mat meditation, inner light, third eye, meditation, inner space,
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    Vegetarianism is Going Vegan: If Mahavira, Kabir, Guru Nanak, Tulsi Sahib, Dariya Sahib, etc… were with us today, they would not only be advocating a vegetarian diet, but based on the cruelty of the modern-day dairy industry and factory farming violating ahimsa ethical values, these great saints would be advocating a cruelty-free vegan diet.
    From my latest blog/newsletter on Sant Mat Spirituality and Meditation: http://SantMatRadhasoami.Blogspot.com/2014/07/july-27th-2014-light-and-sound-on-path.html

    Tagged: sant mat meditation, santmat, india, path of the masters, soul travel, living mystics, sacred texts, eastern religions, gnostic, saints, vegan, vegetarian, ahimsa,
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    If you want the truth,
    I’ll tell you the truth:
    Listen to the secret sound,
    the real sound,
    which is inside you.
    Kabir  (via pax-caelestis)

    (via pax-caelestis)


    Tagged: kabir, sant mat, surat shabd yoga, radhasoami, living master, initiation, inner light and sound meditation, sant mat meditation,
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    Hearing the Subtle Sounds of Inner Space: Sant Kabir Sahab says:


    “A rare practitioner who abides by the knowledge given by the guru listens to the subtle Sound of Inner Space. First that Sound emanates from the bindu or Ajna Chakra (third eye). A practitioner who can withdraw his mind from the nine gates of the body and concentrate in the tenth gate, he or she alone is able to hear that subtle Sound.”


    Sant Tulsi Sahab says: “Enter into the Inner empty Space (Shunya) of Sushumna and listen to the Sound that is beckoning you toward the Divine. This Sound has been vibrating since the beginning of creation. If you want to meet your True Friend (Supreme Being) then constantly and carefully listen to that Sound. This body is the sacred holy place (Ka’ba, the holiest place in Islam) created by the Divine, and within it is found the arch (the higher realms of macrocosm beginning from the tenth gate). It is the inner sanctum within, in which is found the Divine Sound reverberating. O practitioner, listen with full concentration; the Sound that originated from the Divine is constantly reverberating and calling you.”

    Swami Vyasanand Ji Maharaj, The Inward Journey of the Soul (Chal Hansa Nij Desh)

    Tagged: sant mat meditation, inner light and sound, meditation, surat shabd yoga, sant mat, radhasaomi, sound of silence, nada yoga, kabir, tulsi sahib,
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    Souls Riding the Sound Current During Meditation Practice


Huzur Maharaj [Rai Salig Ram] describes surat, the spirit entity [the soul], as a particle or the smallest representative unit of the Supreme Being like the ray of sun or drop of ocean. It has originated from the Supreme Being and has in essence all the attributes of the Supreme Being. Since Shabd [the Sound Current, “The Word”] is the First Manifestation of the Supreme Being, the spirit-entity has a natural affinity with it.


Situated inward at the focus of the two eyes known as the teesra til [third eye center], the spirit-entity has been called the surat. As it descends at the heart centre and functions in the world, it is called jiva. Surat gives energy to every part of the body acting as the life-giving current. Though invisible, it can be known through its functioning. As it descends from above, it imparts vitality to mind, and then it combines with the current of mind and supplies vitality to sense organs. The jivas come in contact with material objects, and experience pleasure and pain through the sense organs. (The Radhasoami Faith — A Historical Study, Agra)

The Condition of the Soul (Jiva) — The Change of It’s Powers with the Change of the Dimensions It Has Access To


At present the spirit entity of a human being is residing in the third or material-spiritual region, and has, therefore, to do all the work here by means of the senses and the mind which are mediums between it and the material objects, and consequently, as a natural result, its power has become quite hampered. But as soon as it begins to ascend [during meditation practice], the powers, which are now lying dormant, become active and the spirit entity acquires ultra-material or higher power.

The Method of Taking Back the Spirit Entity to It’s Original Source is to Ride the Sound Current


The method for taking back the spirit entity to its Supreme Source is first to concentrate at the focus of eyes the spirit entity and mind which are defused in our body and in a manner tied to external objects by desires and passions, and next to commence its journey Homewards by attending to the Internal Sound, or in other words, by riding the Life or Sound Current which has originally emanated from the Supreme Source [Surat Shabd Meditation].


The Current which has been instrumental in having brought it down here must naturally be the ‘Path’ for its return to the Original Source, and whoever finds this Current is on the Path of Emancipation. (Huzur Maharaj, in, Radhasoami Mat Prakash)

Riding the Sound Current, the Stream of Celestial Music (By Focusing Attention on it, Merging with it During Inner Sound Meditation)


…..Consciousness can be released from the mortal frame by attaching itself to the Stream of Celestial Music radiating from the top of the head and beyond. To do this, she [Mataji] said, one first must be initiated by a genuine mystic [Master] who has gained access to the higher realms. The practice itself, although it may take years to master, sounds relatively simple. The body should be kept perfectly still with one particular posture held for at least three hours. One may choose a cross-legged position (like the yogis in the lotus pose) or a more comfortable, relaxed position in a chair. Keeping the back erect and the mind alert, one continuously repeats God’s name as given by his/her guru. This simran, as Mataji termed it, should be done with one’s attention centered behind closed eyes.


Coupled with this physical stillness and ceaseless repetition of God’s Name [simran practice], the next step is to contemplate the Light within. At first, Mataji pointed out, there will be only darkness but eventually Light will appear in the form of either small flashes or small star-like points. In any case, one should focus on the radiance, keeping one’s simran intact and allowing the Light to draw the soul inward. The third and most important step, Mataji said, is to listen to the Sound that issues forth from the Light. It is this Internal Music which will numb the body and allow the consciousness to leave its ordinary dwelling. By riding this Current of Light and Sound, like a fish going upstream, the soul will be able to go back to its Original Home. (Yogani Mataji, Enchanted Land)

    Souls Riding the Sound Current During Meditation Practice


    Huzur Maharaj [Rai Salig Ram] describes surat, the spirit entity [the soul], as a particle or the smallest representative unit of the Supreme Being like the ray of sun or drop of ocean. It has originated from the Supreme Being and has in essence all the attributes of the Supreme Being. Since Shabd [the Sound Current, “The Word”] is the First Manifestation of the Supreme Being, the spirit-entity has a natural affinity with it.


    Situated inward at the focus of the two eyes known as the teesra til [third eye center], the spirit-entity has been called the surat. As it descends at the heart centre and functions in the world, it is called jiva. Surat gives energy to every part of the body acting as the life-giving current. Though invisible, it can be known through its functioning. As it descends from above, it imparts vitality to mind, and then it combines with the current of mind and supplies vitality to sense organs. The jivas come in contact with material objects, and experience pleasure and pain through the sense organs. (The Radhasoami Faith — A Historical Study, Agra)


    The Condition of the Soul (Jiva) — The Change of It’s Powers with the Change of the Dimensions It Has Access To


    At present the spirit entity of a human being is residing in the third or material-spiritual region, and has, therefore, to do all the work here by means of the senses and the mind which are mediums between it and the material objects, and consequently, as a natural result, its power has become quite hampered. But as soon as it begins to ascend [during meditation practice], the powers, which are now lying dormant, become active and the spirit entity acquires ultra-material or higher power.


    The Method of Taking Back the Spirit Entity to It’s Original Source is to Ride the Sound Current


    The method for taking back the spirit entity to its Supreme Source is first to concentrate at the focus of eyes the spirit entity and mind which are defused in our body and in a manner tied to external objects by desires and passions, and next to commence its journey Homewards by attending to the Internal Sound, or in other words, by riding the Life or Sound Current which has originally emanated from the Supreme Source [Surat Shabd Meditation].


    The Current which has been instrumental in having brought it down here must naturally be the ‘Path’ for its return to the Original Source, and whoever finds this Current is on the Path of Emancipation. (Huzur Maharaj, in, Radhasoami Mat Prakash)


    Riding the Sound Current, the Stream of Celestial Music (By Focusing Attention on it, Merging with it During Inner Sound Meditation)


    …..Consciousness can be released from the mortal frame by attaching itself to the Stream of Celestial Music radiating from the top of the head and beyond. To do this, she [Mataji] said, one first must be initiated by a genuine mystic [Master] who has gained access to the higher realms. The practice itself, although it may take years to master, sounds relatively simple. The body should be kept perfectly still with one particular posture held for at least three hours. One may choose a cross-legged position (like the yogis in the lotus pose) or a more comfortable, relaxed position in a chair. Keeping the back erect and the mind alert, one continuously repeats God’s name as given by his/her guru. This simran, as Mataji termed it, should be done with one’s attention centered behind closed eyes.


    Coupled with this physical stillness and ceaseless repetition of God’s Name [simran practice], the next step is to contemplate the Light within. At first, Mataji pointed out, there will be only darkness but eventually Light will appear in the form of either small flashes or small star-like points. In any case, one should focus on the radiance, keeping one’s simran intact and allowing the Light to draw the soul inward. The third and most important step, Mataji said, is to listen to the Sound that issues forth from the Light. It is this Internal Music which will numb the body and allow the consciousness to leave its ordinary dwelling. By riding this Current of Light and Sound, like a fish going upstream, the soul will be able to go back to its Original Home. (Yogani Mataji, Enchanted Land)


    Tagged: sant mat meditation, surat shabd yoga, sound current, audible life stream, inner sound, sant mat, radhasoami, meditation, soul travel,
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    Inner Seeing During Meditation — Beyond the Darkness there is Light: “Gaze within and behold what lies beyond this dark curtain. The secret of the fourteen realms will, for certain, be disclosed to you. Do not let your attention slip, see that you are ever vigilant.” (Sant Tulsi Sahib)
    Tagged: inner vision, third eye, sant mat meditation, look within, inner Light,
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    Maharshi Mehi Paramhans on Sant Mat Meditation Practice:


    “In the easy posture of sitting, practice Maanas Jap [simran] and Maanas Dhyaan [dhyan] of Satgurudeo with eyes closed. Having acquired some ability of concentration, practice Dristi Yoga and transcend into the realm of Divine Light from the darkness of microcosm by grasping Bindu (point)… Listen to the various inner musical sounds and thus the surat (spirit-force) transcending and ascending ahead and upward breaking the inner layers or concealments will establish itself in the divine realm of light of macrocosm from the darkness of microcosm. The spirit-force will proceed even beyond the region by the yoga of sound and will grasp the pure spiritual sound known as Sat Dhun, Ram Nam, Sar Shabda, etc. in Sant’s literature leaving behind the sounds of lower spheres. The sound is pure, unqualified and purely spiritual in its self-existence. This sound merging in the Soundless State will also lose its existence there.


    “Truth and abode of eternal peace is only the Supreme Being described as one beyond the sound or soundless by Sants. He is beyond Kshar (perishable) and Akshar (Imperishable) and so beyond unqualified and qualified. He is beyond the reach of eyes and other senses, nameless, beyond description and the abode of bliss. He is beyond the reach of mind and attributes of all other senses. This is the self-existence of the Supreme who is the Lord of the universe and omnipresent for extending help.”


    Tagged: sant mat meditation, inner light and sound, meditation, soul travel,
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    Shri Swami Bhagirath Baba on Meditation Practice


The practitioner, if he or she sits for meditation, always must keep his/her head, neck and spinal cord (back) completely straight. The respiration process will naturally become slowed if one sits straight, and thus it is a helping factor in meditation and Jap [simran]… 


Sants/yogis have fixed times of meditation. Those times are: 1) in the pre-dawn, i.e. three hours before sunrise, 2) after taking a bath during the day [mid day], and 3) during the evening (after the sun sets). Meditation done in these three time is called Trayakaal Sandhyaa (thrice-daily meditation). A practitioner must sit for meditation in these three times, and also should do Maanas Jap ([simran] repeating the Guru-instructed mantra), or Maanas Dhyaan (involving mind in visualizing Guru’s form inside), while doing worldly work. 


In the evening just before going to bed, the practitioner should sit in meditation for two to four minutes and then go to sleep. A practitioner can continue Maanas Jap or Maanas Dhyaan or keep his/her vision straight inside with closed eyes laying in bed. This practice protects one from terrible, unpleasant dreams, and on the other hand the practitioner can be benefited with the appearance of sages/sants or Satsang in the dream state. The appearance (seeing) of sants/sages in the dream state is an indication of spiritual-upwardness (progress).”


“On closing the eyes everyone sees the darkness inside, whether he/she belongs to whatsoever creed, caste, country or he/she be young, child, old, male, female, scholar or illiterate. This darkness has not been created by the people or gods. This darkness has been created by the Supreme Sovereign God. There are three layers (coverings) over the Jeeva atmaa (Individual Soul). Those are: darkness, light and sound. Darkness is the shadow of the light. This darkness is the first layer on the Jeeva (individual soul) whom all beings see. One who crosses this layer of darkness through a special kind of meditation sees the inner light within oneself. This inner light is called Aatma-Aalok (Light of the self) or Brahma-Prakash (Divine Light). On achieving it, the Divya- Drishti (Divine Eye, Third Eye) opens completely.”

— For the complete discourse, go to: http://www.Scribd.com/doc/118372093/Shri-Swami-Bhagirath-Baba-A-Spiritual-Discourse

    Shri Swami Bhagirath Baba on Meditation Practice


    The practitioner, if he or she sits for meditation, always must keep his/her head, neck and spinal cord (back) completely straight. The respiration process will naturally become slowed if one sits straight, and thus it is a helping factor in meditation and Jap [simran]…


    Sants/yogis have fixed times of meditation. Those times are: 1) in the pre-dawn, i.e. three hours before sunrise, 2) after taking a bath during the day [mid day], and 3) during the evening (after the sun sets). Meditation done in these three time is called Trayakaal Sandhyaa (thrice-daily meditation). A practitioner must sit for meditation in these three times, and also should do Maanas Jap ([simran] repeating the Guru-instructed mantra), or Maanas Dhyaan (involving mind in visualizing Guru’s form inside), while doing worldly work.


    In the evening just before going to bed, the practitioner should sit in meditation for two to four minutes and then go to sleep. A practitioner can continue Maanas Jap or Maanas Dhyaan or keep his/her vision straight inside with closed eyes laying in bed. This practice protects one from terrible, unpleasant dreams, and on the other hand the practitioner can be benefited with the appearance of sages/sants or Satsang in the dream state. The appearance (seeing) of sants/sages in the dream state is an indication of spiritual-upwardness (progress).”


    “On closing the eyes everyone sees the darkness inside, whether he/she belongs to whatsoever creed, caste, country or he/she be young, child, old, male, female, scholar or illiterate. This darkness has not been created by the people or gods. This darkness has been created by the Supreme Sovereign God. There are three layers (coverings) over the Jeeva atmaa (Individual Soul). Those are: darkness, light and sound. Darkness is the shadow of the light. This darkness is the first layer on the Jeeva (individual soul) whom all beings see. One who crosses this layer of darkness through a special kind of meditation sees the inner light within oneself. This inner light is called Aatma-Aalok (Light of the self) or Brahma-Prakash (Divine Light). On achieving it, the Divya- Drishti (Divine Eye, Third Eye) opens completely.”


    — For the complete discourse, go to: http://www.Scribd.com/doc/118372093/Shri-Swami-Bhagirath-Baba-A-Spiritual-Discourse


    Tagged: sant mat meditation, sant mat, third eye, soul travel, inner light and sound,
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    The Inverted Well, Mystic Verses (Bhajan) of Sant Tulsi Sahib


This poem describes the inner spiritual experience which comes after crossing the third eye center during meditation. It is reminiscent of a similar poem by Paltu, who also compares the inward journey through the third eye center to realms within to an inverted well. 


Lakhi akas oundha kua 

I beheld in the firmament an inverted well,
and was filled with the resplendence of the
Light within.
In the resplendence of brilliant Light, I had a
glimpse within the flame;
All was suffused with brightness, and I had
a peep into myself.
The path leading to the shores of
Mansarovar* was revealed unto me.
In the Sukhmana* I went into a trance and
then crossed to the other side.
Whosoever hath thus experienced, O Tulsi,
hath got the pledge of union from the
Lord.
I beheld in the firmament an inverted well,
and was filled with resplendence of Light
within.

Saints show us the Path of Sound and Light,
They still the mind and raise it to the skies
within.
The soul gets concentrated at the Door and
is in bliss;
Ascending the celestial skies she is in sight
of Gagan (Inner Mystic Sky of the Second Stage).
The fortunate soul sets out on its journey
along with the Divine Melody;
Listening to this Celestial Music day by day,
she becomes detached.

— Sant Tulsi Sahib (Book of Shabdavali)


*Notes:


“Mansarovar:” A lake of nectar in the third spiritual region, a baptism in which makes the soul absolutely pure.


“Sukhmana:” The central Current in the finer body, starting from the Eye Center and leading upward to the higher spiritual regions.

    The Inverted Well, Mystic Verses (Bhajan) of Sant Tulsi Sahib


    This poem describes the inner spiritual experience which comes after crossing the third eye center during meditation. It is reminiscent of a similar poem by Paltu, who also compares the inward journey through the third eye center to realms within to an inverted well.


    Lakhi akas oundha kua


    I beheld in the firmament an inverted well,
    and was filled with the resplendence of the
    Light within.
    In the resplendence of brilliant Light, I had a
    glimpse within the flame;
    All was suffused with brightness, and I had
    a peep into myself.
    The path leading to the shores of
    Mansarovar* was revealed unto me.
    In the Sukhmana* I went into a trance and
    then crossed to the other side.
    Whosoever hath thus experienced, O Tulsi,
    hath got the pledge of union from the
    Lord.
    I beheld in the firmament an inverted well,
    and was filled with resplendence of Light
    within.


    Saints show us the Path of Sound and Light,
    They still the mind and raise it to the skies
    within.
    The soul gets concentrated at the Door and
    is in bliss;
    Ascending the celestial skies she is in sight
    of Gagan (Inner Mystic Sky of the Second Stage).
    The fortunate soul sets out on its journey
    along with the Divine Melody;
    Listening to this Celestial Music day by day,
    she becomes detached.


    — Sant Tulsi Sahib (Book of Shabdavali)


    *Notes:


    “Mansarovar:” A lake of nectar in the third spiritual region, a baptism in which makes the soul absolutely pure.


    “Sukhmana:” The central Current in the finer body, starting from the Eye Center and leading upward to the higher spiritual regions.


    Tagged: tulsi sahib, santmat, sant mat, sant-mat, sant_mat, sant.mat, santmat_mystic, Sant Mat Meditation, gnostic, india, soul travel, ascension, spiritual love, bhakti, surat shabd yoga,
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    Why We Seek to See the Inner Light (in Sant Mat Meditation): Getting Off the Wheel of Reincarnation    


“If anyone does not receive the Light while he is here, he will not be able to receive it in the other place either.” (Gnostic Gospel of Philip, Nag Hammadi Library of Egypt)


Gnostic Book of Pistis Sophia: “All the rulers (archons) of the height have tried to deceive me into believing that I am only a body of matter without Light in it. And after this the merciless powers surrounded me, and tried to take away all the Light that was in me. But You appeared to me out of the darkness and I trusted You, O Light, and said: ‘You are the one who liberated me. I thank You O Light for having compassion on me. And You have saved me, O Light, with your Gnosis [Mystical Knowledge].’”


Swami Santsevi Ji Maharaj: “What is the place to be reached? When we close our eyes and see darkness, this is the realm of ignorance. When the Light dawns within you, then you understand that you reside in Noble Regions. In darkness resides ignorance and in Light resides Knowledge. For example, as we are sitting in visible light right now we are able to see one another. However, if the power goes out, ensuing total darkness, we will not be able to see others. We will not even be aware of other people, coming and going. In this analogy ‘light’ signifies knowledge and ‘darkness’ signifies ignorance. 


“In the same manner when we see darkness with our eyes closed, we are in the realm of death and re-birth [we are unaware of our true nature]. When we come out of the realm of darkness and enter into the realm of Light, we will at the same time transcend the web of death. It is not possible that we can remain in darkness and be free from the net of birth and death. Having achieved inner Light we can be liberated from the cycle of birth and death.” 


Swami Vyasanand Ji Maharaj: “The practitioner here experiences the joys of the Light realm. There are many regions within the Light realm, with each higher realm being exponentially larger than the previous. Also the bliss and joy of each successive realm increases greatly. In this realm of Light the practitioner sees and converses with his guru and receives further instruction for advancing. The student sees many wonders within each realm.”

    Why We Seek to See the Inner Light (in Sant Mat Meditation): Getting Off the Wheel of Reincarnation


    “If anyone does not receive the Light while he is here, he will not be able to receive it in the other place either.” (Gnostic Gospel of Philip, Nag Hammadi Library of Egypt)


    Gnostic Book of Pistis Sophia: “All the rulers (archons) of the height have tried to deceive me into believing that I am only a body of matter without Light in it. And after this the merciless powers surrounded me, and tried to take away all the Light that was in me. But You appeared to me out of the darkness and I trusted You, O Light, and said: ‘You are the one who liberated me. I thank You O Light for having compassion on me. And You have saved me, O Light, with your Gnosis [Mystical Knowledge].’”


    Swami Santsevi Ji Maharaj: “What is the place to be reached? When we close our eyes and see darkness, this is the realm of ignorance. When the Light dawns within you, then you understand that you reside in Noble Regions. In darkness resides ignorance and in Light resides Knowledge. For example, as we are sitting in visible light right now we are able to see one another. However, if the power goes out, ensuing total darkness, we will not be able to see others. We will not even be aware of other people, coming and going. In this analogy ‘light’ signifies knowledge and ‘darkness’ signifies ignorance.


    “In the same manner when we see darkness with our eyes closed, we are in the realm of death and re-birth [we are unaware of our true nature]. When we come out of the realm of darkness and enter into the realm of Light, we will at the same time transcend the web of death. It is not possible that we can remain in darkness and be free from the net of birth and death. Having achieved inner Light we can be liberated from the cycle of birth and death.”


    Swami Vyasanand Ji Maharaj: “The practitioner here experiences the joys of the Light realm. There are many regions within the Light realm, with each higher realm being exponentially larger than the previous. Also the bliss and joy of each successive realm increases greatly. In this realm of Light the practitioner sees and converses with his guru and receives further instruction for advancing. The student sees many wonders within each realm.”


    Tagged: inner light and sound, Sant Mat Meditation, Meditation, surat shabd yoga, radhasoami, God, Light, Light of God, inner Light, gnostic, pistis sophia, living gnosis now,
  13. Quote

    Why We Repeat Sacred Names Mentally During Meditation Practice Instead of Out Loud: “Sants state upanshu (murmuring) japa has ten times qualitatively more focusing power than Vacaka (loud) japa. Svasa japa (breath recitation) yields a hundred times more concentration than upanshu. Manas (mental) japa on the other hand creates one thousand times more concentration than svasa japa. Mental japa is on the same platform as meditation. Therefore, efficiency of mantra is determined by the intensity of concentration.


    “Manas Japa [Simran, Zikhr]: This involves repetition of the mantra internally and mentally. In this method neither the tongue nor lips move. The breath is not used, nor rosary or any other means of counting. Only through the mind is the mantra recited. This japa or repetition is the essence of other mantra techniques. It is a form of meditation.” (Swami Vyasanand Ji Maharaj, The Inward Journey of the Soul)


    Tagged: manap jap, manas japa, mantras, simran, zikhr, sacred words, mental chant, sant mat meditation, surat shabd yoga,
  14. Quote

    "Meditation on Bindu [inner Light/inner Seeing] and Nada [inner Sound] occupies the highest pedestal in Sant Mat [the Path of the Masters], for this meditation is the only means to scale the dizziest of heights that a spiritual seeker can ever aspire for." (Swami Achyutanand)


    Online Audio Book! Click on the speaker icon at the Internet Archive Page for the Book: https://archive.org/stream/YogaOfInnerLightAndSound/Yoga_Of_Inner_Light_And_Sound_#page/n1/mode/2up


    Tagged: sant mat meditation,
  15. Quote
    "By practicing devotion through these four techniques — Manas Japa (Simran, recitation of a divine name or names), Manas Dhyana (Dhyan, focus on the divine form), Dristi Sadhana (Inner Light Meditation), and Nadanusandhana Yoga (Surat Shabd Yoga — Inner Sound Meditation, concentration on the inner divine Sounds) — the practitioner consecutively transcends the realms of darkness, Light, and Sound which cloak the Supreme Truth — the Divine Reality." (Maharshi Mehi)
    Tagged: sant mat meditation,
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    "The Light of one soul is equal to that of sixteen suns." (Book of Anurag Sagar, The Ocean of Love)

    "The Light of one soul is equal to that of sixteen suns." (Book of Anurag Sagar, The Ocean of Love)


    Tagged: kabir, soul, inner light, cosmos, sant mat meditation,
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Am from Maine, vegetarian (vegan), and practice Inner Light and Sound Meditation in a spirit of Bhakti (Love for the Supreme Being). Am conspiring to make the world more peaceful, vegan, and spiritually awake. "Be Vegan. Make Peace."

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All for the Love of Wisdom and Radio, In the Love, Light, and Sound of the Beloved, Jai Sat Naam, Jai Guru, RadhaSoami, SatyaRaam, Peace Be To You,

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Seven Things I Believe (and Experience)

*1) God is Real.

*2) God is Love, the Ocean of Love and Compassion.

*3) All of the world scriptures teach about the same manifestation of God as inner mystical Light and Sound.

*4) Our true identity is soul, the Self. Soul is part of God and therefore is, like God, pure love.

*5) During this human existence we have an opportunity to experience God.

*6) As we experience communing with God’s love during meditation – Surat Shabd Yoga, we can rise above body-consciousness and explore Inner Space, the “Kingdom of the Heavens” that are within us. “We travel back from the realm of Darkness to the realm of Light, from the Light to divine Sound, and from the realm of Sound to the Soundless State.” (Swami Sant Sevi Ji Maharaj) The drop merges back into the Ocean of Love.

*7) As we get initiated into the Mysteries of the Spirit by a Living Teacher (Sant Satguru), the purpose of our life is fulfilled. Reuniting with God is our reason to be here: “It was for the sake of the God-conscious beings that our True Lord created this earth, and began this play of death and birth.” (Adi Granth) Kabir said, “For millions of years you have slept. This morning, will you not wake?”

"All beautiful forms and tones of this world are mere reflections of some aspect of that ultimate Love-Music of the Great Creative Word. Within the vast complex of creation, each individual spirit is himself/herself a spark of that Eternal Song of Love."

"There are those who have wandered among the darting comets and the shimmering orbs of sounding fire. The soul-explorer is not alone, for there are those who have traveled the highways of the inner cosmos; far more than one may at first realize."

"...The planes of heaven are about us everywhere. One has only to know this simple truth consciously, and then we will be free." (George Arnsby Jones)

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