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The powerful cognition you need to manifest to have superconscious conscious breakthrough!


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The powerful cognition to look into our thoughts, confusions, conclusions, convictions to manifest powers and understand the core principle Intensity is Continuity and Continuity is intensity.

source: Nithyananda Youtube Channel

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Life itself is a beautiful self-sustaining mechanism but we worry and miss the miracles of Existence that are continuously happening around us!


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Worry is an unwanted legacy passed down from grandparents to parents to children. Children are like sponges. They simply absorb the body language and attitude of the parents. The parents are not even aware this is happening. For example, if a child hears the mother repeating a certain worry four or five times, the child simply internalizes the habit. He grows up repeating statements unnecessarily, which is one attribute of worry. Ultimately he carries the worry with him into marriage and then both he and his wife must deal with it, even though it was originally his mother’s concern. They will then hand it down to their children, unless they stop naming it and learn to live with what IS. When parents express constant worry, children grow up thinking life goes on only because of worry! Understand that life goes on not because of us, but in spite of us! This is how we are trained to worry!

The other day, I read a survey about worries. It said that forty percent of the things we worry about never happen, thirty percent are in the past and can’t be helped, twelve percent concern the affairs of others that are not our business, ten percent are about illnesses that are mostly imagined, eight percent are worth worrying about but they are also not worth the energy to worry. They can be overcome by simply putting faith into action. So really, zero percent of our worries are worth the effort!

People will believe anything that is said with statistics! So I am talking with statistics. Otherwise, just one line is enough: don’t worry, just do. Things will happen as they should!

The problem is that parents expect their children to worry! If they don’t worry, they brand them as uncaring. It is possible to care without worrying. Care is doing, worry is chattering. There is no use chattering. Chattering is like trying to cross a bridge before it comes.

There are two things to understand: chronological planning and psychological worry. Chronological planning is needed to set up a schedule for tasks or projects to be completed. For example, you decide, ‘I will wake up at six a.m., do my meditation, then take a shower at seven a.m., and leave for the office by eight a.m. I’ll finish work by five p.m. and return home by six p.m.’ (more…)

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Deep intricacies of the Alchemy Process!


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Listen. Physical, physiological, psychological, neurological – this various levels of you, physical, physiological, psychological, neurological – this various levels of you, is inter-connected and have their own systematic way of responding to each other. Understand carefully. If you physically eat something, which upsets your stomach, you will see the effect of that in your physiological, psychological, neurological level. Understand. A wrong meal can even shatter your identity. Listen carefully. Single wrong meal can shatter your identity. You are that fragile, till you start practicing Integrity and Authenticity. That is why I say, practicing Integrity and Authenticity, is only literally giving birth to yourself. Till you start practicing Integrity and Authenticity, you are not even considered human being, because a single wrong meal, is enough to shatter your whole identity.

A one day cough or cold or allergy is enough, you will be vomiting irritation on a person who you revere and love most in your life. The person whom you revered, loved, worshiped literally, your whole life you will vomit your irritation and agitation, anger on that person, just 1…1 day 24 hour cold. Physical, physiological, psychological, neurological – a simple gas in the stomach is enough for your neurology to project your whole life is doomed, you are in hell. You don’t need gas chamber. Gas in the chamber is enough. You need a gas chamber, to make you feel life is hell. Gas in the chamber is enough. Little bit of gas in the chamber is enough. (more…)

Completion, eN-Relationship, Inner Awakening, Inspiration, Nithyananda, Spirituality

Why do people break up, don’t live happily ?


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Mohandas Pai: Swamiji, why is there conflict in families between 2 people. Between spouses, why do people break up, don’t live happily, how to handle conflict and what causes this conflict?

Swamiji: Basically, you keep somebody as part of your cognition, but you are not ready to take the responsibility for how they expect you. See when….for example when you visualize….when somebody visualizes their joy, if they do not keep their spouse and children in that joy frame, then they don’t have to be responsible. If  they visualize fear, in that fear frame if something happening to their child, their spouse, is not there in that frame, then he doesn’t need to bother about what they think about him or how they hold him. When your joy frame, greed frame, life frames, has all of them as part of it, then we are responsible for how they hold us, what we stand for them, what is our commitments and relationships, what is our understandings and said-unsaid agreements. Not leaving any grey area, with the people who are in your life frame, is relationship.

Mohandas Pai: But Swamiji, this is very fascinating. Then, how do we relate to the rest of society? (more…)

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How do we overcome this need for power within our souls, within our body, within our lives?


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Mohandas Pai: Swamiji, you know all of us want power in our lives, we want control, we want wealth, we want people to listen to us and this need for power in all human beings, is the root cause of much conflict, because this power is exhilarating, how do we overcome this need for power within our souls, within our body, within our lives?

Sri Nithyananda Swamiji: See first, when we are not able to handle our self, control our self, when we are not able to come to relationship with our self, we are trying to do this to others. For example, when you are not able to handle….when we are not able to handle our self  if we are trying to behave like giving up on us, we will give up on the society. If we are trying to behave like controlling us, we will control the society. How we feel with our self, the same way only we will feel with the world. If somebody is trying to control others and feel, controlling others give them joy, there is a deep vacuum in them that they are not able to control themselves. So they are struggling in controlling them selves. When we are struggling to control our self, we will also be struggling to control the world. 

If we come to completion with ourselves knowing clearly, ‘this all can be controlled’. For example my eating habit, sleeping habit, my digestion, all this can be controlled but my blood circulation, my breathing, all this cannot be controlled, that is actually good for me. When we know, ‘I myself put something in automatic gear, for my own benefit’, so this ‘what I put in automatic gear is not binding me, it is actually some of the responsibilities off from me, which I decided’. For example, our breathing pattern, our blood circulation, we put all of them into automatic, by us, it is our decision, we put them into automatic so that we can attend to something else.

End of the day, coming to the Source of everything, Context, and understanding everything, we are responsible, makes thousands of things clear.

When we start getting complete with our self, we will manifest the same completion with others. When we are not able to control our self, we will try to control us and control others. When we are not able to control our self and we give up on us, we will give up on us and give up on others.

Everything, the way we behave whether in a traffic signal or in our career or in our relationship, everything finally boils down to – ‘how we cognize us, how we behave with ourselves’. Our idea about us is the Source from which all this manifest. Even the need for the Power, is not always going to lead to a completion space or happiness space, we know!

Mohandas Pai: we know..

Swamiji: We know!

Mohandas Pai: Yes..we know…

Swamiji: But still!

Mohandas Pai: we do it…we still we do it…

Swamiji: I should say it’s a blind spot.

Mohandas Pai: blind spot…

Swamiji: We know our goal is not going to make us feel the way we want. See we want certain feeling at the end of the goal and we want something as the goal, even though we know this feeling and that goal is not going to come together, sometimes we just start travelling….towards any one direction. So I should say, it is more or less our own blind spots based on our blind spots inside us.

Mohandas Pai: Inside us but Swamiji, we live in a society, now we have relationships. We are children of a parent, we got friends, we marry, we have spouse’s, we have children, we have colleagues, we have Gurus. Now this need to find peace within. How does it correlate with the need to have relationships, can you let relationships dominate your life, how should two people deal with each other when they live together, they are part of a family?

Swamiji: With whoever we live, if we are remembering somebody or seeing somebody more than thrice a day, we are responsible for how they feel about us.

Mohandas Pai: we are responsible..

Swamiji: Yes! Sure, because they are part of us. See, when you cognize everything, for example, if you cognize your peace, can you exclude your spouse and kids and cognize your peace?

Mohandas Pai: No…

Swamiji: If you cognize your happiness, can you exclude them and cognize your happiness?

Mohandas Pai: No…

Swamiji: So if somebody is part of your cognition, they are part of you.

Mohandas Pai: We are all together…

Swamiji: They are part of you…us!

Mohandas Pai: They are part of us

Swamiji: Us! Whoever is part of you, when you cognize your fears, can you exclude them and calculate your fears? No. Something happens to them is also your fear.

Mohandas Pai: Yes…

Swamiji: When you cognize about your joy, can you exclude them and cognize?

Mohandas Pai: No…

Swamiji: So, whoever is part of your fear, your joy, your pleasure, your pain, everything happening to you, is part of you, so how you feel with them, how you feel about them, how they feel about you, for that you are responsible. Unfortunately, we always think,”Why should I be responsible for what they think about me?”

Mohandas Pai: Yes…

Swamiji: Which is see…you don’t need to be responsible for the person who goes in the street, passerby. How he feels about you, you are not responsible. You don’t need to be.

Mohandas Pai: Yes

Swamiji: Because he is not part of your life.

Mohandas Pai: Yes…

Swamiji: But everyone who is part of your life, now all titles you’ve described: spouse, son, father, daughter, Guru, all these relationships are not passerby people, people who walk in the street. They are part of your very cognition. In the cognition if they are part, how can you not be responsible for how they hold you or perceive you? The biggest blind spot all of us have is whoever is part of our thinking system….see for example when you visualize what is your joy – whoever is part of them, part of that visualization, when you visualize what is your fear – whoever is part of that visualization, when you visualize what is your happiness – whoever is part of that visualization – we are not even taking responsibility for what they think about us or how they hold us or how they perceive us!! Taking responsibility for everyone who is part of our cognition, how they feel about us, how they hold us, how they expect us – bringing Completion in that, means

if they are holding us in some way, expecting us to be something – either you make them understand that expectation is not going to become real or if you are very sure you are going it into reality, giving it as a commitment and removing the insecurity from them. This is what I call Completion.

Either you remove that expectation. The way they hold you or you make it as very vocal, oral, clear cut commitment and you stand by it. This removes, I can say 99% of the incompletions.

Inner Awakening, Inspiration, Nithyananda, Spirituality

Do we have the ability and the right to decide, what is good for us ?


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Mohandas Pai: Swamiji, in our lives, we are subject to so many external rules. We are told to behave in a particular manner, to live in a particular manner, to eat in a particular manner. Now do we have command over our own lives? Do we have the ability and the right to decide, what is good for us, as we seek happiness and peace in our lives?

Swamiji:  Whoever does not understand the context is bound by the rule. Whoever understands the context is empowered by the rule.

Mohandas Pai: Oh…

Swamiji: Any rule. Whether it’s a traffic rule or dressing rule or eating rule, any behavior, any rule, if we do not know the context, why it is formulated, that will be binding us. If we know, why it is formulated, 2 thing will happen –

One – Even while you follow, you will not feel you are bound. You will not be feeling bound if you stop in the red signal in the traffic rule if you know the context. While you were following, you will not feel bound.

Second – All the grey area will be your freedom. 

The freedom which comes by knowing the context is two end – One, even while you are following, you will not be bound. Second, all the grey area is your freedom. But when we don’t know the context, even while you are following, we will feel we are slaves and we do not know the grey area and we do not have the freedom or command over the grey area. At the end of the day, even Powers, is nothing but knowing the grey area of the Cosmic Rules. When we know the context, context of the Cosmic rules is Dharma. When we know the Dharma, even if you follow the rules, you will not feel bound and because you know the grey area, you know where to play. Knowing where you can play and where you need to obey, itself is a Power.

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How do all of us find peace and happiness in our lives?


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Mohandas Pai – Swamiji, thank you so much for talking to me. Is very fascinating to be here. 
Swamiji – Thank you for being here.

Mohandas Pai – It’s very fascinating to be here, to see so many people who have come to meet you and talk to you. I want to start off this dialogue by asking you a very simple question – how do all of us find peace and happiness in our lives? What is the magic that we need to do, to be happy and to be peaceful within?

Swamiji Happiness is actually a alchemy process in us, independent of any external happening. We are trying constantly, to achieve happiness in the wrong direction, thinking that only certain permutation, combinations of the external happening can cause happiness in us. It is like a completely misunderstanding the chemistry. If A + B is going to be C, and we go on try to add C + D and reach the A, it is never going to happen. Same way, the alchemy of the happiness, has to be understood as a independent process than the external happenings and permutation, combinations of the external happiness. This itself solves almost 80% of the problem. Then, building happiness is a separate profession we need to do; like making business.

Mohandas Pai Oh…

Swamiji It is unfortunate, we believe just by making business or building our career or building a relationship, happiness is achieved. NO.!  It’s a separate alchemy process. Of course, thousands of times simpler than building a career and profession. It may be simple, but it is separate process. We need to look in, to the basic understandings which makes that spiritual alchemy process of happiness happen in us. May be looking into that and following that science, happiness can be developed. And developing happiness can be the first fundamental foundational requirement, even to develop our business and career and all the other things; because if we develop happiness, peace will be side-effect. Peace itself is not main effect. Peace will be side effect. That will equip us, to handle all the things we need to do, to build our career, profession, relationship and all that.

Without building the happiness inside, if we directly start building external things –

1st – Tremendous stress.

2ndEven after achieving the goal, we suddenly feel whatever we lost in the path is too much, to reach this result. So that leads to frustration. I call it – Depression of Success.

Mohandas Pai – Oh…

Swamiji – Successful, but whatever we gave up, looks too much of…too much we gave up, to achieve this. After achieving that only we understand, “I think this may not be that worthy”. So building happiness is an independent science, alchemy, which every individual need to do, before even beginning the life. If we missed, at least now.

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Akashic Readings, decoding the Language of the Cosmos


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Akashic Records are the mystical energy records of all the events that have ever happened, are happening and will happen in the Cosmos.  Just as a boat leaves a wake in the water as it passes, each action, thought and emotional impulse in us leaves a trail of energy; an imprint on the Cosmic Ocean. These energy trails are recorded in the Akasha; they are inscribed on the ether. Every event that has ever occurred anywhere to any entity, no matter how tiny, is recorded in the Akashic Records. The process of decoding these energy records is known as Akashic Reading. 

Mystics compare the Akashic Records to an unimaginably vast library of information. Recently, with the advent of cyber technology, the Akashic Records have been compared to a mammoth supercomputer system. The code in which it is written is beyond any language used on Earth, but the reading is revealed in the language of the reader. 

Who were the Vedic seers who gifted us the treasures of the Akashic Readings?  (more…)

Manifesting Powers, Nithyananda, Spirituality, Technique, Third-Eye Awakening

Technique to make your Will into more matured Reality


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Sadashiva dwelled under the shade of the Banyan tree ages ago with AdiShakti, Nandi and the Saptarishis. This Banyan tree still exists in Ramnagara on the outskirts of Bengaluru. At the same time, Sadashiva was delivering the Agama to all of them, Sri Ramachandra happened to be in search of Sita, his wife. The Saptarishis brought him to Sadashiva. Unable to miss the chance of sitting with Sadashiva himself, Sri Rama stayed there, soaking in the most luscious presence there ever was. Upon returning from Lanka and reclaiming his throne which Bharat, his brother, had faithfully
kept for him, Sri Ram took his family and followers to the places he had traveled. He reminisced about the time he spent under this wonderful tree with Shiva and Shakti, Ganesha and Subramanya as Sadashiva revealed the Agama to Sri Rama.

Sri Rama delivered everything he witnessed to Hanuman transcribed at that time is what is known as the Muktikopaniṣad, which also captures the list of all 108 Upaniṣads. This is why the Banyan Tree in Bengaluru Adheenam, in Ramnagara, is worshipped as a deity. This tree carries the bio-memory of Sadashiva and continues to radiate it today.

Technique to Open the Third Eye (more…)

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Why should one cause other’s reality?


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Causing others’ reality is the highest frequency of Existence. Santana Hindu Dharma is rooted in the principle of causing others’ realities from the context of Advaita. All the auspicious, best things in the Cosmos are meant for causing the Reality of all the beings that exist in it. All of nature exists to nurture all beings. All the forces of the Cosmos operate in great harmony to keep the flow of Existence exactly as required for all beings to exist and prosper. Causing others’ reality is what raises a human being from the human frequency to divine frequency, it is the way Sadashiva expresses through a seeker.

Any decision, any action, any blessing given to cause another’s reality reveals the highest Reality of the causer to Himself.  Authentic, sincere decision to cause others’ reality, to be a catalyst for others’ reality, brings a certain grace in you, the groundedness in you, stability in you.

All the best gifts of Sadashiva, the grace of Sadashiva, the powers of Sadashiva, are showered on people to cause the highest reality for others. Sadashiva is the most compassionate being. He goes on showering His powers on His disciples when they decide to raise themselves and join His mission of blessing and healing the Cosmos. Causing others’ reality is not a service or a social virtue as perceived by people a lot of times.

Causing is a power, it is a gift.  It is the way Sadashiva, the unmanifest energy, reveals Himself to the manifest World. 

When Sadashiva blesses someone with extraordinary powers,  He blesses them with manifesting Himself.  He also gives the receiver immense intelligence on how to use the powers to enrich people and cause their realities.  All spiritual powers are given to people only to bless and heal the world.

courtesy: Manifesting Shaktis

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Teleportation in Space and Time dimensions


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Q: Swamiji, would it be correct to visualize the three dimensions of an object (length, breadth, depth) as three axes – like X, Y and Z axes? And what is the relationship of these physical dimensions to the dimension of Time?

Yes, you are correct. But you think that all these dimensions (length, breadth, depth) are interconnected, because you have never perceived any of them separately. But they are separate. Where the X, Y and Z axes touch – that is Time. If you just pull out that ‘pin’ of Time, these three lines can be independent wherever you want.

Q. Why are we not able to perceive these dimensions separately, while You can do that?

Your mind keeps jumping so rapidly from one dimension to the other that it creates the illusion that they are interdependent. It is the same as how your eyes perceive the three leaves of a rotating fan as continuous with one another. For example, when you see the length of this mic before me, you will not remember its depth. When you see the depth of this mic, you will not remember its breadth. It takes only a micro-millisecond to jump from one to the other– but the jumping is still there. When you jump from depth to breadth, breadth to length, length to space, space to time, time to depth – that is called Time.

Q: Am I right in saying that length and breadth are visual, while depth is physical?

No. All the three dimensions are the same. For the sake of utility, you are giving each a name. I can just call them D1, D2, D3.

Q. Are all three dimensions necessary for our senses to perceive an object?

For you, it is necessary, since that is what you believe. If I remove any one of these dimensions, you can still see the object, but you will not be able to touch or feel it. If I remove any two dimensions, you can touch and feel it, but you will not be able to see it. For example, the length and breadth of this mic can be left here, and the depth alone can be teleported to some other place. Then, if you put your hand here (Paramahamsa Nithyananda moves His hand across the mic), it will cross the mic, but your hand will not be obstructed; it will not hit anything. But at the other point, to which the depth alone has been teleported, if you put your hand there, you will hit something, but nothing will be seen.

Q: Can you drive an object to another dimensions?

Yes, that is what I do during teleportation.

Changing the three dimensions by applying force is mechanical engineering. Changing the three dimensions by dismantling them is teleportation.

When I pull the ‘time’ pin out, the object disappears from your view. When I pull the ‘space’ pin out, it goes to the space I want. Then I put back the ‘space’ pin first, and then the ‘time’ pin – and the object reappears before your eyes at the destination.

(His Holiness Paramahamsa Nithyananda smilingly ends the session, perhaps after witnessing the shocked expressions on the faces in His audience!)

courtesy Avatara Shastra 

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Divyasharira or Divine Physiology, Attributes of an Avatar – XI


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The Sanskrit word ‘divyasharira’ is sometimes translated as ‘divine body’, but the phrase hardly conveys the full scope of the original term. The seemingly physical form assumed by the Avatar when He descends to the human frequency is called a divyasharira. Though appearing similar to the human form, the physiology is far from that of the average human being in areas of crucial significance. While several great masters and saints are known to have attained divyasharira while leaving the body, like Sant Jnaneshwar, Ramalinga Vallalar, Tirujnanasambandar, and more recently, Paramahamsa Yogananda, it is rare to find an Avatar who exhibits so visibly the qualities of the divyasharira while living and moving freely in the human frequency.

Ancient yoga texts like Hatha Yoga Pradipika and Gheranda Samhita prescribe a series of asanas, pranayama and bandhas that act as primary steps towards the attainment of a divyasharira. Although in theory, it is possible to attain a divyasharira through intense yogic practices alone, sustained over several janmas (births), a mere glimpse of the attributes and powers of the divyasharira reveal that it is not actually a human body that has been perfected though yogic disciplines, but rather the pure manifestation of the Supreme Consciousness itself, uncorrupted and incorruptible by its descent into the frequency of matter. Two of these altered states of physiology have already been discussed with reference to the attributes of Ardhanarishwara and Susadha. There are other several significant differences which differentiate the divyasharira from the normal body.

QEEG recordings of Paramahamsa Nithyananda’s brain have demonstrated Entrainment and the ability to control the brain waves at will, unlike in His normal counterparts (this attribute has been discussed in detail in later chapters). Moreover, there is an intense sensitivity to smell, sound and touch. Physicians who examined Paramahamsa Nithyananda have repeatedly noticed the increased sensitivity to touch, which in normal human beings also means a high level of sensitivity to pain (as both are similar neural phenomena). But in the case of Paramahamsa Nithyananda, the heightened touch-sensitivity is simultaneously associated with the absence of the cognition of pain.

Surabhi: A simple and innocent attribute of the Avatar’s divyasharira is the maintenance of the human form in a pure state, allowing for a fragrant smell to emanate from the body. Small children always smell nice, and with age and maturation, changes occur in human physiology to produce a combination of noxious odors and pheromones. An Avatar like Paramahamsa Nithyananda, while having attained physical maturity, lives in the physiological and psychological childlike state of innocence, thereby producing a divine fragrance similar to the jasmine flower or pure sandalwood.

Another interpretation of the term ‘divyasharira’ is: a body of ight and sound.

The concept of the creation of the universe from Light (Shiva) and Sound (Shakti) was expressed in the Vedic sciences thousands of years prior to the evolution of modern science. Traditional science looks at wave and particle as a duality. Today we agree that all elementary particles exist simultaneously as both particle and wave, and matter too is nothing but energy with form. The Vedic term ‘Light’ stands for the particle phenomenon, and ‘Sound’ for the wave phenomenon – hence the eternal dance and romance of the inseparable Shiva-Shakti described by the Vedic seers, or ‘saint-ists’, as Paramahamsa Nithyananda chooses to call them.

The primordial sound described in Vedic science is the ‘unstruck sound’ (anahata dhvani). The word ‘anahata’ itself means ‘that without a cause’ – which, in other words, is nothing but the Primary Cause itself, as only the Cause itself can be causeless; everything else is an effect of the Cause. The Primary Cause being Shiva, the Primary Sound too is nothing but Shiva Himself, or Shiva-Shakti, which is particle and wave at the same time. Thus, in a single superb stroke, Vedic science condenses the theories of western particle physics, eastern cosmogony and universal spirituality into one poetic word. The divyasharira, being the very fabric of space-time, is nothing but the simultaneous and non-dual existence of wave and particle.

courtesy Avatara Shastra 

Nithyananda, Spirituality

Susadha, Attributes of an Avatar – IX


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Described in the Linga Purana, Susadha translates as ‘one who helps to calmly bear pain.’

This attribute applies not only to the Avatar, but also to his disciples, who would have a similar capacity to calmly bear pain. Scientifically, pain is described as an unpleasant sensation caused by a noxious stimulus, and mediated along certain nerve fibers into the brain where it is interpreted as such. In other words, the perception of pain requires a noxious or harmful stimulus, a neural pathway from the point of stimulus to specific parts of the brain, and the cognition and interpretation of the stimulus as pain. The perception of pain is strongly linked to previous experience, emotion and anxiety, all of which are stored in the limbic system.

The Avatar reveals another siddhi through the leela of a compound fracture A striking example of the Avatar being beyond pain was revealed on 14 June 2011, when Paramahamsa Nithyananda was on His usual rounds of horse-riding in the serene environs of the Vaidya Sarovar sacred pool on the Bengaluru Aadheenam campus. On suddenly seeing a large group of devotees who had just arrived to pay their respects to Paramahamsa Nithyananda, the horse took fright and lost his balance, throwing off the rider. The entire episode, including Paramahamsa Nithyananda’s rising to His feet with a smile, speaking normally and just saying, ‘It is a fracture, let’s go to the hospital….” has been video-recorded. At the hospital, an X-ray revealed that Paramahamsa Nithyananda had sustained a Type 1 Open Fracture (compound) of both bones of His right forearm (radius and ulna). Normally, such fractures cause excruciating pain. However, Paramahamsa Nithyananda smiled and said that there was no pain! From the moment of the fracture till the conclusion of a major surgery lasting eight hours to fix the fracture, no painkillers were used, and He was talking normally with His ashramites (monastery residents) and disciples. It appears that He had chosen this unique way to reveal yet another siddhi – as is the usual leela (Divine play) of the Avatars!

Paramahamsa Nithyananda explains this experience with typical simplicity: “There was no pain because there is no conflict between the muscle-memory and the attitude to life. Always approach life with acceptance and gratitude.” This is an example of the rare state of permanent Unclutching® or Sahaja Samadhi.

Over the years, several students of Nithyananda Gurukul have fallen and broken bones without experiencing any pain whatsoever. At least three incidents of disciples manifesting the attribute of susadha have been documented in this volume.

courtesy Avatara Shastra 

Inspiration, Nithyananda, Spirituality

Ardhanarishwar (Union of Shiva-Shakti), Attributes of an Avatar – VIII


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An Avatar is the physical manifestation of the metaphysical union of Shiva-Shakti. He exists in the state of pure Consciousness (Shiva) even as He manifests as an embodied form (Shakti). Physically, the grace exhibited, and other attributes ranging from hairline to form, all point to a state of Ardhanarishwar, revealing the simultaneous expression and perfect poise of masculine and feminine energies. However, it goes without saying that He is beyond any identity, let alone gender identity. Being in a state of pure Advaita, He carries no concept of ‘I’ or ‘you’ and male or female. 

Serial studies of Paramahamsa Nithyananda’s physiology over the years have conclusively shown the endocrine status equivalent to a six or seven year old child. Thus, the observer is likely to conclude that His physiological and psychological state is that of a young child, who does not yet identify with gender in the same way that adults do. However, a significant difference exists between the two. In a child, the concept of gender/sex exists in seed form, though not yet expressed. The Avatar is at the opposite end of the spectrum, having transcended the limiting idea of all duality through the realization of Shuddhadvaita or the pure Oneness of the Self. 

His Holiness Paramahamsa Nithyananda’s medical test report dated 08-09-2014 proves beyond doubt that His male hormone (testosterone) level is far less than even that of a child. At the time of this test, Paramahamsa Nithyananda was a medically fit 38-year-old adult male.

courtesy Avatara Shastra 

Nithyananda, Paramahamsa, Shivoham, Spirituality

When Guru ordains, He sustains!


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Guru Purnima is such a rare day, when Guru accepts bhiksha and burns the karmas of the disciples. Guru Bhakti – authenticity in your relationship with the Guru – is his message for Guru Purnima 2015. To those who consider him as Guru, he declared that – “I want you to have the inner image of SHIVOHAM (Shiva I am).” Whoever does that, he as Sada Shiva, committed to give the boon of LIVING SHIVOHAM. If the inspiration and energy of the  

Guru Purnima 2015 message—Guru Bhakti. Understand, understand this word – Guru Bhakti. It is not just putting few flowers in His feet, or doing some small puja, of course, that is a symbolic representation, but the real Guru Bhakti, understand, being authentic to Guru. 

Let me explain that word – Guru Bhakti, being authentic to Guru. Look into your inner image, see how much of your inner image is influenced by Guru’s presence in your life. Look into your inner image, see in how much you are still stuck, with your old stupid identity and inner image, how much the Guru has influenced, the Guru’s presence has influenced and how much of your idea about you as you has changed.  (more…)

Inspiration, Nithyananda, Spirituality

Third eye awakening is one of the most powerful, healthy foolproof process given directly by Mahadeva.


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Understand, I want to tell you this one thing, I am giving you some of the most important insider’s secret of this gurudum. See when you have few thousands people connecting with you having a kind of feeling connection. Anything you say some 20, 30 people will catch it and manifest, but that is not science. Be very clear. Now whatever I am declaring, or claiming, whether it is mitochondria cell energy or DNA alteration for a better life. Anti-aging everything happens to all 100 percent participants. No a single person is left out.

Please understand, still now, all the medical test and researches we have done, is there a single participant who did not have any transformation. And the lowest data is the data we even publish. When I say 1000 percent cell mitochondria cell energy that is the lowest, tt even goes up to 1600 for some participants. Understand what we claimed is the lowest participant, who is actually sitting here, fighting with me. Not doing what I am saying and denying whatever I am saying. It’s just like SDHD, it’s GDHD, guru doubt, guru hatred, guru denial. No, there are people, self-doubt, self-hatred, self-denial. They live on GDHD, guru hatred, guru doubt, guru hatred, guru denial. Like SDHD, self-hatred, self-doubt, self-hatred, self-denial. Swami doubt, Swami, hatred, Swami denial. Even they experienced, demonstrate the amazing result of anti aging, DNA getting re-organize or awakening. Actually that is the exact truth, the more DNA layer gets awakened and mitochrondria energy goes up. (more…)

Inspiration, Nithyananda, Spirituality

Bhagashastra


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Please understand, Mahadeva has written a beautiful cookbook called Bagashastra. It is attributed to Mahadeva. I feel the book is so beautiful, anybody who has written it he is already in the space of Mahadeva. So very boldly, courageously we can say it is written by Mahadeva. Nothing needs to be doubted. The book describes beautifully about the cooking vessel, the way of cooking, the temperature that needs to be maintained for each item to be cooked; and around, I think, 200 items Mahadeva himself has described in the book called Bhagashastra which was, at least, the book must be 20,000 to 30,000 years old because the way things are described, the way things were available. It is so beautiful.

Completion, Inspiration, Listening, Motivation, Nithyananda
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Visualize your inner space is the road. The nail or the thorn sticking out on the road is your fear and greed. Your car tyre is Time. if the Time moves smoothly on the Space, there is no incompletion. If it moves on the nail or the stone then your tyre becomes flat, you cant move further. So always, if you hold the inner space consciously without fear or greed you will never create incompletions. For it to be reality, go back to the incompletions created where all you put the nail and the stone (Fear and Greed); relive so when the time moves into the space you may go back to the space and same Time and relive BUT it is happening NOW! Please understand you may go back to the past but you are in present. Going back to the past while you are in the present is called completion! Going forward while you are in the present is inspiration! What you are going to do if you visualize that is inspiration when you are in the present !