Sunday, 23 June 2013

Secrets of getting Siddhi's- English

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In Shrimad Bhagwad Lord Krishna told the essence of life to Uddhava. He said that the wisdom of all the people of the world is fascinated by illusiveness. By this we describe several means of self-welfare according to our own actions and interests. Everyone considers the goal of his life to his own task and their results and thinks that the work done by him will get rid of the mess of life and death. A king thinks he is doing the best for subjects, A writer thinks that he is writing literature for the betterment of people, the doctor thinks that it is healing for the betterment of people. Thus everybody surely makes an effort in his life which gives him sympathy from the inside that he has done the work for the welfare of society, which will give good result.

But the king's reign, writers writing literature and doctor's treatment, these are all actions and as a result of these deeds person endures Heaven or Hell. Falling into the trap of these deeds only gives sorrow.

God says – who has been negligent from all sides; does not require any deed and its result and Has devoted his soul to me in every way. As ecstasy I tend to establishes itself as his soul. He does experience such pleasure by this which may never get greedy creatures. Thus the one who wins me he feels satisfaction forever, Then neither heaven nor the position of Indra or Brahma matters for him. He has a sense of grace and love towards all beings and such desire can not clear his mind. Uddhav! As fire burns woodlots into ash, in the same manner devotion burns all the sins of the person completely. Until the whole body gets not blithe, Eyes not overflowing with tears of joy and mind not drowns in the flood of internal and external devotion till then there is no possibility of the cleanse. Therefore Uddhav you leave worry about other means and results. Oh brother! There is nothing other than me. Whatever appears is exactly as seen in night vision. Therefore purify your heart by thinking of me and put it on me with full concentration. Abstinent men should carefully think of me in solitude and stay away with women and their lovers. Dear Uddhav! From company of women, their partners and lustful people a man has to get into such sorrow and bondage which is not in any tribulation.

Uddhav ji asked- Lord! Please tell me that how, in which form and feeling one should do meditation.

Lord Krishna said, dear Uddhava! Which is neither too high nor too low, Keeping the body upright sit comfortably on such seat, Keep your hands in your lap and establish a vision on the front of your nose. Hereafter do refinement of nerves by pranayam such as poorak, kumbhak, rechak and rechak, kumbhak, poorak. The practice of Pranayama should gradually increase and in addition you should also try to win the senses. In the heart ruminate about a thin yarn like lotus cord. Take it up with breath and locate tone like knoll in it, do not break stream of that tone. Like this do practice of pranayam three times daily, ten- ten times with omkar. By doing so within a month, the oxygen becomes control. Then meditate so that the heart is a lotus. It is located within the body like its cord is towards the top and face downwards. Now think that its face became upward and has bloomed, has eight petals and should trust of sun, moon and fire respectively on a pretty much cushion in the middle. After that recall my this form inside the fire. This form of mine is very auspicious for meditation. Build of my organs is very curvy. Peace is in each pore, lotus-like face is extremely lively and beautiful, four elegant knee-length arms, very beautiful and lovely neck, cheeks are similar to the emerald gem, extraordinary luster of dilatorily smile on face, both ears are equal and Capricorn shape earrings are flickering in it. Wearing yellow cloth on the dusty body like rainy cloud. Shrivats and Lakshmi G marks are ensconced on chest Right – Left. Carrying conch, wheel, mace and lotus in the hands respectively, wreath hanging on the neck, anklet suits the feet, ‘Kaustubh’ jewel is glowing in the neck, brightly decorated crowns, bracelets, girdle and arm bands are stunned at their place. Each part of mine is extremely beautiful and heart loosing. Beautiful face and loving compelling glance are making precipitance of benevolence. Uddhav! Think of this delicate form of mine and should put mind on each part.

The wise man should pull his senses from sensuality by the mind and think about me with the help of mind, does not matter in which organ. When you began to focus on the whole body then drag your mind in a specific position and don’t think other organs other than my face with dim smile. When the mind stays on my face then divert it in the sky. After that abandon the contemplation of the sky, mount in my form and do not think anything else than me. When Thus mind goes into me then as a flame consisting other flame becomes one, the same way you feel me in yourself and yourself in me. The yogi who has control of his mind in me with the help of this intense meditation yoga, knowledge related to the diverse element of the object and illusion of deeds to their attainment soon become retired from his mind.

Mystical Perfection: the Siddhis

The Supreme Lord said: 'When a yogi fixes his attention upon Me and thus being connected has conquered his senses and breathing, he achieves the mystic perfections of yoga.'

Uddhava said: 'O You who bring all yogis perfection, kindly tell me which method is required for concentration and how these perfections work. And, Acyuta, how many perfections are there?'

The Supreme Lord said: 'The masters of yoga speak of eighteen mystic perfections and meditations [leading to them], with eight of them abiding primary in Me while ten manifest [as secondary] from the quality [of goodness].  The ability to get, as for the form, into the smallest [animâ], the biggest [mahimâ] or the lightest [laghimâ relative to garimâ, the heaviest], to acquire whatever material object [prâpti], the ability to enjoy sensually whatever can be seen or heard [prâkâmya], to have the upperhand in employing the forces [îs'itâor îs'itvâ], to be in control - unobstructed by the modes - by means of magic [vas'itvâ] and to answer to any desire that seeks [His] favor [kâmâvasâyitâ], are the eight mystical perfections, o gentle one. Know them as the ones that originally belong to Me. In this body not to be plagued by hunger and thirst and such, to hear and see things far away, to be transported with the speed of mind, to assume any form at will, to enter into the bodies of others, to die at will, to witness the sporting [of the heavenly girls] with the gods, to be of perfect accomplishment as one likes, and to have one's commands fulfilled unimpeded [are the ten secondary siddhis].   To know the past, the present and the future, to be free from the dualities, to know the minds of others, to check the potency of fire, the sun, water, poison and so on and not to be conquered by others are the perfections that are described as the result of concentrating in yoga. Please learn now from Me by means of which type of meditation what perfection occurs.

The one who worships Me, I who animates all subtle forms of existence, obtains the perfection of animâ [to enter the smallest] by focussing on the reality of the elements.  One achieves the perfection of mahimâ [to enter the greatness] by fixing the mind on the total material energy animated by Me as also on the situation of each of the material elements seperately [to be the great of the sky, the fire, the water, the air and the earth].  The yogi may obtain laghimâ [lightness] by conciliating his consciousness in Me as being the subtle substance of the [natural division of] time [as the basis or primal substance] to the material elements that are there in the form of atoms . He who with his mind focussed upon Me narrows the mind completely down to the emotionality of the I-principle, obtains the siddhi of prâpti [mystic acquisition] by which he may call himself the proprietor of the senses of all living beings.  In order to obtain from Me whose appearance lies beyond perception, the superexcellent siddhi of prâkâmya [to enjoy whatever whenever] one should firmly fix one's mental activities in Me, the Supersoul that is the thread running through the greater of matter When one establishes one's consciousness within Vishnu, the Original Controller of the Three in the form of Time, one will obtain the siddhi of îs'itvâ [the supremacy] by means of which the conditioned body [the field] and its knower can be controlled  The yogi who establishes his mind in Me, Nârâyana as denoted by the word Fortunate [bhagavat] and known as the fourth [beyond the three planes may, being endowed with My nature, obtain the mystic potency of vas'itvâ [to subdue by magic].  With the mind that is pure in Me focussing on the impersonal [brahman] that is free from material qualities [transcendental], one obtains the supreme of happiness wherein desire finds complete fulfillment [kâmâvasâyitâ].

Concentrating on Me, the Lord of the personification of goodness, the sum total of dharma, a person obtains freedom from the six waves Established in Me, the personification of the sky, concentrating on the transcendental sound present in the prâna , the Swan is perceived  and one hears the words spoken by all living beings  Merging one's eyes with the sun and the sun with one's eyes [thus doing so transcendentally and not staring physically] one is able, with one's mind in meditation, to see anything that is far away Completely absorbing the mind in Me one can with the wind [the breath, the subtle air], that follows the mind to have the body focussed on Me, by the power of that meditation find the [physical] self to be going wherever the mind goes [manojava]. When the mind embraces whatever form one desires to assume, may, by the shelter of the potency of My yoga [to assume any form], that very form appear that one had in mind [kâmarûpa].  As a siddha desiring to enter the body of another person one must, giving up one's own gross body, project oneself into that body by, just like the wind, entering through the vital breath, just like a bee that switches flowers [para-kâya-praves'anam]. With one's heel blocking the anus and carrying the vital air from the heart up to the chest and then from the throat going to the head, one should positioned at the top of the skull [the brahma-randhrena], [in order to die] give up the material body and direct oneself to the spiritual world. When one desires to enjoy the heavenly places of the godly one should, situated in Me, meditate upon the mode of goodness so that one sees arrive the in goodness steeped women of the demigods in their Vimanas [devânâm saha-krîdânudars'anam].  When someone has full faith in Me and knows that he in Me will find his fulfillment, I who appear for the sake of the truth, he will consequently obtain what he had in mind [yathâ-sankalpa-samsiddhi]. The person who came to the realization of My nature, supremacy and dominion, is someone who by no means can be frustrated because his order and command is as good as Mine [âjñâpratihatâ gatih.

A yogi pure of character who by his devotion for Me knows to concentrate, acquires insight into the three phases of time [past, present and future], including knowledge about matters of birth and death . Of a sage versed in yoga whose consciousness is pacified by means of My yoga the body cannot be injured by fire and such elements, just as aquatics cannot be harmed by the water in which they live. He [my devotee] becomes unconquerable when he meditates upon My expansions that are decorated with the S'rîvatsa and weapons, flags, ceremonial umbrellas and different fans.

The man of wisdom who worships Me thus by the process of concentrating in yoga will reach the mystic perfections as described, in every respect [according to the nature of his practice. What perfection would be difficult to achieve for a sage who in Me bent on meditation got a grip in conquering his senses, his breathing and his mind. One says that they [siddhis], for the one who practices the highest form of yoga by means of which one obtains directly from Me all perfection in life, constitute limitations that are a waste of time.  The many perfections one in this world has by birth, by herbs, austerities and by mantras are all obtained by yoga; by no other method will one achieve the actual perfection of yoga. Of all the perfections am I indeed the cause and the protector. I am the Lord of Yoga [the final union], the Lord of the analysis, the dharma and of the community of vedic teachers.  The same way as the material elements exist inside and outside of the living beings, I Myself, the Soul, who cannot be covered [by something bigger], exist within and without all the embodied beings.

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