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It is called a Tantra, a scientific treatise containing the most sublime teachings on various techniques for attaining the full experience of the consciousness of Shiva, thah is of the form of inner bliss and is called the state of Bhairava. Xm the same way, the science of hamsa is a matter of awareness.
Swami Muktananda was an enlightened master who’s books reveal his human personality as well as provide instruction for the seeker.
A great sage of ancient times and the son of a sage; author of the Ashtavakra Gita; a dialogue between Ashtavakra and Janaka, the theme of which is that one can attain freedom from samsara the cycle of birth and death only through realization of the nondualistic supreme Reality. Tjat ordinary I is consciousness in bondage.
I Am that: The Science of Hamsa from Vijnana Bhairava (24) – Swami Muktananda – Google Books
I am that is a book to that give you the real meaning of life and the secret how to attained it it is the most precious book! Trivia About I Am That: It is literally the sound of our breathing. One travels to different inner worlds.
October Souvenir Volume 8. Thst breath merges here, and then it arises again and goes out to a distance of twelve fingers and merges in the space outside. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Ultimately the Dharana, if practiced purposely, will revel the deepest meaning by itself and the practitioner will need to articulate muktanandw on his or her very own words as Muktananda did. There’s a problem loading this menu right now.
I am That : The Science of Hamsa from the Vijnana Bhairava
The Vijnana Bhairava is a beautiful garland of 1 such techniques for stilling the mind. This is what you attain through the practice and the understanding of hamsa. I’d kuktananda to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle?
You begin to hear it coming in and going out with the breath. A poet-saint of Maharashtra; a tailor by trade and contemporary of Jnaneshwar. When you begin to feel this intoxication, you can be sure that your practice has begun to bear fruit.
With practice, the time during which this state of stillness is sustained begins to increase, and one experiences the bliss of the Self. One who comes to know that moment of the merging of the two syllables experiences the Truth. In the same way, Knowledge of God is contained in these two syllables. Apana is also called jiva, the individual soul, because only when the apana enters the body can it be said that the soul is in the body.
According to Shaivism, that inner pulsation is the true mantra. The Guru Gita says, ham bijam: For this reason, people who have knowledge of the Truth say that the Self can be known with its own light. I almost jumped when the peacock feathers, firmly but with a soft weightiness, hit me repeatedly on my head, and then gently brushed my face as [Muktananda] [ To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
In this commentary on verse 24 of the Vijnana Bhairava, a classic text of the nondual Shaivism of Kashmir, Swami Muktananda teaches about the power and practice of the hamsa mantra—the mantra that arises naturally and spontaneously with the breath. This is why you should always repeat the mantra with the understanding that the mantra, the goal of the mantra, and the repeater of the mantra are one. In the same way, the Self which gives light to the inner and outer senses also illuminates itself.
Mantra is the basis of the mind. His life is described in the Bhagauata Purana; his major teaching on yoga is contained in the Bhagavad Gita. Practise it with great reverence. Understand that sa is the universal energy. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Other mantras can be coordinated with the breath, but it is not necessary to do so. A sage named Ashtavakra happened to be passing by. This mantra is the same for everybody.
To the reader it is like a gurumantra. When the child comes out of the womb, it first breathes out and then breathes in with the sound ham.