YOGA

When unconscious became conscious this is Samadhi

Divine Mother in Devi-Bhagavatam May 22, 2011


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Devi Bhagawatam describes powers of Divine Mother-Prakriti March 3, 2011


S’iva is beyond Prâkritic attributes, eternal and ever omnipresent; She is without any change, immutable, unattainable but by yoga; She is the refuge of the universe and Her nature is Turîya Chaitanya. Mahâ Lakshmi is Her Sattvikî S’akti; Sarasvati is Her Râjasik S’akti and Mahâ Kâlî is Her Tâmasik S’akti; these are all of feminine forms.

http://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/db/bk01ch02.htm

 

Devi-Bhagavata Purana speaks about Trigunatmika November 22, 2010


http://members.upnaway.com/~bindu/anantayogaweb/downloads/SrimadDeviPurana.pdf

31-51. In this whole Universe, whoever he may be, all are incapable of any action if he be
deprived of his force; what more than this, if S’iva be deprived of Kula Kundalinî S’aktî, He
becomes a lifeless corpse;

Then he is to make his Chitta and Prâna void of any worldly thought, or any
worldly support and to offer oblations to the Eternal Brahmâ through the mouth of Kundalinî
(the Serpent Fire.) Next, within his Nirvikalpa mind, by means of Samâdhi,
be should
meditate own Self, the Mahes’varî Herself by his consciousness.

 

“In My last lectures, I’ve told you how Christ was created first in the heavens. In the Devi Bhagavat – if you read that – He was created as Maha Vishnu and it is mentioned very clearly that first He was created as an egg. It is written in this book, which perhaps was written 14,000 years back.

I think (the leader) will read it out to you later on about what is written about Christ in Devi Bhagavat. This book was written about 14,000 years back by Markandeya. So, imagine 14,000 years back! He knew, being a seer, just like Blake, what was going to happen when Christ was to come. But He was called as Maha Vishnu.” – Shri Mataji

 

 
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