Acharya ji and Ma Shakti, I bow down to you. Need your blessings always..
Even before getting initiated into Tattva Shakti Vigyaan and becoming its hardcore practitioner I used to experiment with mantras but never ever I got such out of the world experiences and deep transformation. I wonder why these experiences came with TSV?
During our initiation workshop we are told about the science of mantra which is convincing but after moving on higer Tattva Shakti Vigyaan sadhana where we were introduced to many advanced practices. These practices are definitely miraculous and JUST WORK SO EFFECTIVELY on different aspects of our being. Though I relish the joy of sadhana however I sometimes wish to know how this sadhana works on us. Please enlighten us with some more words about Mantras and how they work.
– Puneet Vashistha
Nothing to shy from.. In fact you asked very pertinent questions the answer to these shall help almost everyone, especially those who are about to make choices between different spiritual systems. To get clearer picture and better understanding of how Tattva Shakti Vigyaan or any other system makes use of mantra I shall have to begin from beginning (smiles)
All spiritual systems can be named Yoga with a suffix or prefix
The meaning of word ‘Yoga’ is very broad.. it means ‘to join’ or ‘be joined to’. Regular linguistic use of this word even refers to ‘mixture’. In the spiritual field word ‘Yoga’ means the merger of ‘Jeeva’ with ‘Brahmn’ or meeting of ‘Jeeva’ with ‘Brahmn’. Why I say that any spiritual system can be named as Yoga is simple because every system be it Vedic, Buddhist, Tantric, Islamic, Christian aims at the common objective – meeting with God, living in vicinity of God, join Him in his kingdom, merge in Him etc. Thus all the spiritual systems within the framework of organized religions can be termed as Yoga. And if we did so how beautiful it would be – Buddhist Yoga, Islamic Yoga, Vedic Yoga, Tantric Yoga…
Don’t get bogged down by the usage of these freshly coined terms by me, any aware reader of Gita should be able to tell you that in 18 chapters of Gita every chapter refers to a ‘type’ of Yoga (only if we can use such an opportunity to our spiritual benefit.. such as Vishada or grieving can become a tool for spiritual union with God.. hence Gita’s first chapter is Vishadayoga!). Similarly if we refer to books like ‘YogaVashishtha’….
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