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In Tantric practices, both Shiva and Parvati are worshipped together, since the former represents consciousness and the latter, in the form of shakti, symbolizes energy.
In tantric meditation, inner bliss can be obtained by arousing energy latent in humankind, and uniting it with Shiva. Tantra uplifts consciousness in order to embrace the cosmic spirit. Aspects of divinity Shiva and Shakti, play creates the entire universe. The Jnanasankalini Tantra is a brief work of shlokas verses which outlines the dynamics of this interplay.
The secrets of Pranava OM is described. What is the Brahma Jnana beyond creation and destruction? Brahma Jnana is the avyakta, beyond creation and destruction. On knowing Brahma Jnana one is strong in all other knowledge. In the centre of the Ida and the Pingala is the Sushumna, the Sarasvati. Whosoever bathes there is released from all badness. What is Shambhavi Vidya? What is knowledge of the self? Tell me of that! The Shaktas worship Prakriti, the Buddhists follow the void.
Speak of the characteristics of the microcosm! Talk of the five elements and the twenty-five qualities. Greater than the five tattvas is that which is above them, without stain.
Mind manas is the tattva that gives birth to them. That with form is destroyed while that without form is indestructible. Therefore, by every means, reject that with form. What are they? What is Atma? What is the inner Atma Antaratma?
What is the Supreme Atma Paramatma? Mind is the Antaratma and Paramatma is the Shunya void where the mind dissolves. The Shunya dhatu produced from vital breath is the foetus. How is it produced and how is it dissolved? Speech comes from mind and is dissolved into mind. Where does the moon dwell? Where does vital breath dwell? Where does mind dwell? The sun is at the root of the navel. Vital breath is above the sun and mind is below the moon. Mahadevi, this is to be learned from the mouth of a guru.
Where is Shiva? Where is Time? What causes ageing? Shiva is without. Time is in space and causes ageing. What wants to drink? What stays awake in waking, dream and deep sleep? Food is consumed by fire. Vital breath is awake during waking, dream and deep sleep. What causes bad deeds. Who does bad deeds? How is one liberated from bad deeds? The mind is stained by bad deeds. That mind, having become itself, does neither good nor bad.
What is cause and effect? Speak to me, of your grace! You are cause and effect. Enlightenment is different from you. How then, can they be liberated? Whosoever knows the Brahma Vidya is a brahmin, skilled in the vedas.
The Brahma Knowledge beyond words is not dirty leavings. Whosoever knows the upper semen, he is a deva. He who does so becomes happy and liberated, no doubt. That is the true sacrifice. Therefore, by every means, a wise man rejects them. After knowing Brahma Jnana, one is free from all distinctions of caste. Devesha, remove my doubts! Tell me how the mind is dissolved. Yoga is the the rejection of all thoughts and concerns.
Tell me about this! Reveal the nature of Jnana! He who is established in the steady mind becomes accomplished while living in the body. Where are the six cakras? Where are the twenty one macrocosms? Where are the seven underworlds? The middle Shakti is in the navel and the Shakti above these is without description. I have spoken previously of the distinctions of the cakras.
Hail to that above the cakras! The body resembles a tree with the roots at the top and the branches below. Speak to me! What are the ten vital breaths and what the ten doors? The nine doors are clear and the tenth door is the mind, it is said. Tell me of the ten nadis arising from Kundalini Shakti. Gandhari, Hastijihva and Prasava move below. Kuhu and Shankhini are situated to the left. Devi, nadi knowledge gives siddhi for yogis.
What are the three devas? What are the three bhavas? What are the three gunas? These three devas are the gunas. Whosoever thinks of them as different in nature is never liberated.
The three devas are the gunas. I am time. I am Brahma. I am Hari. I am Rudra. I am Shunya. I am everywhere. I am without distinction. I am free from desire, I am space. I am my pure own nature, without stain, there is no doubt of it. Compassion is the root of duty. Therefore, by every means, rest in the path of compassionate duty. Therefore, by every effort, the wise should reject the company of others.
Jnana Sankalini Tantra
Ask a question From the Jacket Modern civilization is a marvel of technological accomplishment, material wealth, and communication systems that have shrunk the world to a nutshell. Despite the wealth and ease of modern life, people are not satisfied and are unaware of the inner bliss humanity may experience arousing the powerful energy latent in each human being. This book by Paramahamsa Prajnanananda explains the true sacred meaning and hidden truths of tantric meditation, one of the most ancient and highest spiritual sciences. His mystic, non-sectarian and universal approach, as well as the wisdom he imparts, make him a binding and bridging force between East and West.
Author: Paramahamsa Prajnanananda
In Tantric practices, both Shiva and Parvati are worshipped together, since the former represents consciousness and the latter, in the form of shakti, symbolizes energy. In tantric meditation, inner bliss can be obtained by arousing energy latent in humankind, and uniting it with Shiva. Tantra uplifts consciousness in order to embrace the cosmic spirit. Aspects of divinity Shiva and Shakti, play creates the entire universe. The Jnanasankalini Tantra is a brief work of shlokas verses which outlines the dynamics of this interplay.
Jana Sankalani Tantra,Secrets of Pranava OM
Kundalini and the Chakras. She is a source of bliss and freedom forever. Jnana-sankalini-tantra May this work be a reflection of his teaching, and prove a valuable tool along the road of self-enquiry. These are the inner vices innate to most human beings. According to Vedanta, creation maya is pervaded by three governing qualities. Through maithuna, one achieves perfection and gains the extremely rare. Paramahamsa Prajnanananda was born in in the village of Pattamundai in Orissa, India.