Brahman

Totality ~ Nonduality

About Brahman / Bhakti

"One who practices Bhakti Yoga, unfailing in all circumstances, at once transcends the modes of material nature and thus comes to the level of Brahman."

Bhagavad Gita 14.26



"Jnana Yoga is very difficult — it is rare for any among millions to be capable and authorized to follow it. Bhakti Yoga, on the other hand, is simple — and all humans are authorized to follow it."

Brahmananda Saraswati, Shankaracharya of Jyotir Math, Jagadguru (World Spiritual Master)

The Energy of Brahman

DEVI (Mother-Father God) is the Para Brahman or energy of Brahman - the ultimate reality, inseparable. Devi is both unmanifest, unified field, 'static shakti' and manifest, multiverse, 'dynamic Brahman'. According to Devi Suktam and Sri Suktam in Rig Veda She is the womb of all creation (vishvagarbha).

Brahman ~ Brahman Consciousness ~ Brahmi Chetana
T
otality ~ Nonduality

Maya Shakti

The Appearance of Duality in a Nondual Multiverse

Multiverse Travel / Exodus

Unity Consciousness ~ Brahman Consciousness (Brahmi Chetana)

is required for Multiverse Travel / Exodus


Exodus to Manidvipa


Mahar-Base-Loka

(cosmic consciousness, samadhi, nirvana, basic spiritual enlightenment)


Janar-Ascent-Loka

(god consciousness, divine light awakening)


Satya/Brahma-Ascent-Loka

(unity consciousness, brahman consciousness)


Manidvipa-Summit-Loka

(unity consciousness, brahman consciousness)



Mahapralaya is a special time for us to evolve more quickly.

Manidvipa is normally inaccessible -- by invitation only.

See www.gayatri.world/manidvipa


Mahapralaya

Great Dissolution

Pralaya (Sanskrit: प्रलय, lit. 'destruction'), in Vedic cosmology, is an aeonic term for dissolution.


A Pralaya specifies different periods of time during which a non-activity situation persists,. The word Mahapralaya stands for "Great Dissolution". During each pralaya, the lower ten realms (loka) are destroyed,while the higher four realms called Brahma (sattya)-loka, Tapar-loka, Janar-loka, and Mahar-loka are preserved. Source (edited)


During each Mahapralaya, all 14 realms are destroyed.

This topic is explained in detail in the Yoga of Devotion course.

Our universe is on route for Mahapralaya. Sooner, not later (at any time but no more than 500 years).


A Universe Cannot Sustain Without Power


"Whoever has ears, let them hear."

The Great Sayings

(Mahavakyas of the Upanishads)


Tat Tvam Asi (तत् त्वम् असि) - "That Thou Art"

Aham Brahman Asmi (अहम् ब्रह्मास्मि) - "I Am Brahman"

Prajnanam Brahma (प्रज्ञानम् ब्रह्म) - "Prajñāna is Brahman"
The Absolute ~ The Highest Truth ~ Consciousness

Ayam Atma Brahma (अयम् आत्मा ब्रह्म) - "This Self (Atman) is Brahman"