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Supreme God consciousness should be sought with great effort in whatever is existing in the objective world, and whatever is not existing in the objective world. Swami Lakshmanjoo

In this excerpt from the Shiva Sutras: The Supreme Awakening, Third Awakening, verse 24, Swami Lakshmanjoo explains how a yogi again rise in that supreme nature of the self after coming out of samādhi into the objective world. 24. mātrāsvapratyayasaṁdhāne naṣṭasya punarūtthānam // When a yogī, in coming out from samādhi, also attempts to maintain awareness of…

. . . if his consciousness is established in the central vein in that force, which is the energy of life (prāṇan), then he remains always the same. In this excerpt from the Shiva Sutras: The Supreme Awakening, Third Awakening, verse 44 (Shiva sutras 3.44), Swami Lakshmanjoo explains that when consciousness is established in the center of…

I am always in myself, the same in happiness and sadness. ~Swami Lakshmanjoo (Shiva Sutras 3.33)

Find out how a yogi experiences the same in happiness and sadness: “I am always in myself, the same in happiness and sadness.” This excerpt is from the third awakening, of the Shiva Sutras: The Supreme Awakening, verse number 33, as revealed by Swami Lakshmanjoo. For such a yogī: 33. sukhaduḥkhayorbahirmananam // He experiences his joy and his…

Introduction The Shiva Sutras are divided into three parts. According to Kshemaraja, the three parts correspond to the three means (upayas) for the attainment of liberation (moksha), as revealed by Kashmir Shaivism. The three upayas for traveling from individual limited consciousness to universal God consciousness are shambhavopaya, shaktopaya and anavopaya. The first and highest means is…

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