Shakti Akarshana, Attributes of an Avatar – VII


Unlike the binary system of classical information transfer (0/1), at the level of quantum mechanics, qubits of information or energy can exist simultaneously in Advaita – the state of being non-binary or non-dual. 

  • The potential energy of the Cosmos, which is in a constant state of emergence (spanda or virtual particles) is called Shiva. 
  • The instantaneous manifestation, which is in the form of pure  energy itself, or in the form of matter, is Shakti.

This follows the laws of science underlying the principle of conservation of energy. The systems of biology (living beings) also run on the scientific principles of physics and chemistry. The conversion of the physical energy of the Cosmos into  biological energy can happen at the molecular or particle level. At the molecular level, the biological energy ATP is produced by the mitochondria. At the particle level, the energy of the biological systems is called Kundalini Shakti. 
This energy is stored and distributed through holding centers called chakras into all aspects of the beings, via subtle channels or nadis, which are 72,000 in number. An Avatar’s physical body is fueled directly by the Kundalini shakti, which is the expression of the macrocosmic energy in the individual (microcosm). He has the capacity to transfer his energy to the disciple until the disciple reaches a state of being able to access his own kundalini shakti through the entangled connection with the Avatar.

courtesy Avatara Shastra 

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About Sri Nithya Sadashivatmananda

Initiated disciple of His Holiness Sri Sri Paramahamsa Nithyananda Swamiji.