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THE EXTRAORDINARY SOURCE OF SHAKTI OR ENERGY

but is Adi Shakti that has manifested from Brahman or God. Gayatri is the root cause or substratum of all material objects and because of its existence there is movement, energy, advancement, inspiration and conversion in the inert-conscious world. Just as the machine called radio in one’s house contacts the all-pervasive ether vibrations in the cosmos which helps one to hear radio broadcasts not only of one’s own country but of other countries too, similarly when the soul force of an... And when one learns how to aptly utilize this subtle Divine Energy as per one’s will one can attain all wealth pertaining to the material world, psyche and the soul. The path that leads to this wealth is called Gayatri worship. Many people opine that since our goal is attaining God, vision of the soul and liberation while yet living then why should we delve into the subtle nature of Gayatri. We should only worship God. Deep thinkers should understand that Brahman (God in his all-pervasive soul form) is taintless, untouched, pure, formless and beyond the 3 Gunas. Such a God neither loves anyone nor hates anyone. One can never directly attain such a formless God because between God and the living being (Jeeva) there is the intense veil of subtle nature (energy). In order to go beyond this intense veil we will have to make apt use of materials of nature. The mind, intellect, psyche, ego, imagination, meditation, subtle body, 6 Chakras (plexuses), image of our beloved God, devotion, sacred sentiments, worship, vows, rituals, spiritual practices are all creations of Maya (God’s power of illusion). How can one attain the formless God without taking apt help of all these. Just as in order to fly in air we need an aeroplane, in the same way, in order to attain the formless God (Brahman) we will have to take help of radical spiritual practices. One can attain formless God only after going beyond this veil via Gayatri worship. After raising oneself spiritually, one’s subtle sense organs and its experiential power, too disappears. Hence those who wish to attain God and salvation, worship the admixture of Gayatriand formless God in the forms of Radhey-Shyam, Seeta-Ram, Lakshmi-Narayan etc. A spiritual aspirant can fully merge with the formless God when the formless God desires to become “one from many” and thus encompasses all individual souls into its single formless nature. Before this, all individual souls can only attain proximity, similar form and unity with a God who has a name and form i. e. Saguna Brahman. In this manner we are forced to worship the admixture of Gayatri with Brahman having a name and form. All those spiritual practices that help in attaining such a God will be via the subtle natured Gayatri. Hence it is not apt to think that in order to attain the formless Brahman, there is no need of Gayatri worship. In fact Gayatri worship is a must. If someone insists on ignoring or opposing a God with name and form, that is his own opinion. But it is impossible to ignore the Gayatri principle when one sets off to attain the formless God. Many individuals say that we carry out spiritual practices measurelessly. We do not desire any fruits of our actions and hence why should we take help of subtle nature. Such people should realize that although they have no desire for material benefits, yet they do have the desire to attain God. One can never perform any action without thinking of its results. Even if one gets something, the result will be nothing but a waste of time and energy. The meaning of true desireless action is with reference to divine Sattva Guna and spiritual desires. Such pure desires come in the first leg “Hreem” of Gayatri i. e. in the Saraswati category. Hence the worship of desireless sentiments is not outside the limit of Gayatri worship. Scientists who have substantial knowledge of the Science of Mantra chanting know that it is chanted via the various organs of throat, palate, lips, teeth, base of the tongue etc. When one chants a Mantra, the nerve fibres of all those organs that manifest its sound, spread out in all corners of the body. In this widespread area are present many glands which get influenced by the pure sound vibrations of Mantra chanting. When these subtle glands of an individual are diseased or have been destroyed, the Mantra chanting of such individuals is not smooth and this is called. Source: superenergykundalini

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