Full text of “I Am Tha Science Of Hamsa Swami Muktananda” Maharashtra, INDIA Bhagawan Nityananda Swami Muktananda Recently Baba Muktananda has. I am That by Swami Muktananda, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. I am That By Swami Muktananda. Book on the power of the Hamsa mantra.
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The texts of Swami Lakshman Jee should be used for those interested in the philosophical context needed to understand this Dharana.
State of meditative union with the Absolute. When he saw Janaka, he was surprised. Yet the Self is always being experienced, at every moment of our life.
The muktajanda ham, which comes in with the apana, is the seed mantra of the Self. In fact, prana pervades and supports the entire world; even trees and mountains exist with its support.
It scintillates in the heart 11 and shines through all our senses. At this point the breath is suspended for a while before sa or ham again arises from that place.
However, the mantra is already going on inside; all one has to do is become aware of it. As the body and mind become pure, you attain the state 21 in which the mantra repeater and the inner Self vibrate together as pure awareness.
I am That : Swami Muktananda :
This body does not function on its own. The supreme Principle of the universe, who is transcendent as well as immanent; the supreme Self.
It is said, aadau bhagavaan shabdha raashihi: How can the pulsating Self, which gives radiance to all senses and to all sense objects, remain obscured? Baba points out that to understand the greatness of hamsa, one must know the secret of prana, the life force, which pulsates throughout the entire world. The spiritual energy which lies coiled at the base of the spine of every individual. If one wishes to coordinate it with the breath, one must repeat the entire mantra with each incoming breath and each outgoing breath.
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Shrikant rated it it was amazing Nov 11, A spiritual Master who has attained oneness with God and who initiates mukktananda disciples and devotees into the spiritual path and guides them to rnoksha, or liberation. MangaloreMadras PresidencyIndian Empire.
As the mantra goes deeper, the breathing slows, and the outgoing breath becomes shorter. Customers who bought this item also bought.
The science of hamsa is the science of the Self. When you look at a book, it is prakasha which makes you aware that something is there and vimarsha which makes you identify it as a book and not a tape recorder.
Therefore, hamsa is also called the prana mantra, the mantra of prana. The duality of inner and outer space exists only because we have the sense of our physical body. It is due to its pulsation that we are alive. To meditate on your Self means to attain this space. The space where ham merges inside, before sa has arisen, is the abode of God, of Consciousness of the Self.
Paul Zweig wrote one such account of receiving shaktipat from Muktananda. It is interesting to note that the Bible speaks of how God created Adam and breathed the breath of life into him. Why do you have to go on repeating that you are That? A great saint of Maharashtra whose commentary on the Bhagavad Gita, the Jnaneshwari, written before he was twenty, is considered one of the great scriptures of modern times. According to Lola Williamson, Muktananda was known as a ” shaktipat guru because kundalini awakening occurred so readily in his presence”.
So does Baba in this book. Every Indian scripture offers its own method of achieving this goal. Love for all creatures begins to pulse within, and happiness bubbles up continuously. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?
Until you become aware that the mantra is going on within you, you should repeat it. It becomes immersed in the so ‘ham awareness, the awareness of its true nature, and becomes calm and serene. The mind stands still. Hamsa flows with the prana, the vital force, and the prana flows through the nadis, the bodily channels. The yoga scriptures mention many different f ‘ ms of pranayama and kumbhaka, suspension of breath, which yogis practise in order to get into samadhi.
Melinda rated it it was amazing Feb 23, As you repeat the mantra in rhythm with the breath, you get into a state of intoxication. In reality, these two places are one. To understand the secret of hamsa, one first has to understand the secret of prana. There are people who do a few postures and pranayama and call themselves yogis, but these are not true yogis.