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Siddha Bhoganāthar: An Oceanic Life Story

Bhogar Mahārshi
Bhogar Mahārshi
Bhogar receiving instructions from his teacher, Kaalaangi Naathar
Bhogar receiving instructions from his teacher, Kālāngi Nāthar
Bhogar, traversing the sky, observes faraway places like Arabia, Rome, and China.
Bhogar, traversing the sky, observes faraway places like Arabia, Rome, and China.
Bhogar worshipping Lord Dandāyudhapāni.
Bhogar worshipping Lord Dandāyudhapāni.
Bhogar worshipping Lord Dandāyudhapāni
Bhogar worshipping Lord Dandāyudhapāni.

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Bhoganāthar or Bhogar, the Jāna Guru of Babaji, in the poem Bhogar Jāna Sagarama (Bhogars Oceanic Life Story, consisting of 557 verses, verse number 2, lines number 3 and 4), identifies himself as a Tamilian, (Ramaiah, 1979; 1982. p. 17).[1] In the same verse he states that the great Siddha Kālangi Nāthar initiated him in Jāna Yoga (supreme self-knowledge).

Kālangi Nāthar was born in Kaśi (Benares). He attained the immortal state of swarūpa samādhi at the ago of 315, and then made China the center of his teaching activities. He belonged to the ancient tradition of Nava (nine) Nāth sadhus (holy ascetics), tracing their tradition to Lord Shiva. There are nine important shrines associated with this tradition, five of which are in the Himālaya Mountains: Amarnāth (where Shiva first taught Kriya Yoga to his Shakti partner, Parvati Devi), Kedarnāth, Badrināth (India), Kailāsanāth, (Tibet) and Paśupatināth (Nepal).

Meanwhile, Bhoganāthar practiced Kundalini Yoga in four stages. The first three stages arc described in a later chapter on The Psychophysiology of Kriya Kundalini Pranayama. Bhoganāthar chose the Palani Malai (mountain) in what is now southwestern Tamil Nadu as the site for intensive yogic practice (tapas) for the final stage. He attained swarūpa samādhi at Palani, through the grace of Lord Muruga, or the eternal youth, Kumāra Swāmi. The Kumāraswāmi temple at Palani became the epicenter of his activities. He visited many countries astrally, and physically and through transmigration leaving his body to enter into the body of another. In one of his songs Bhoganāthar claims to have flown to China at one point in a sort of airplane which he built: he held discussions with Chinese Siddhas before returning to India (Kailasapathy, 1969, p. 197-211). His visit to South America has been confirmed by accounts left by the Muycas of Chile:

Bocha, w ho gave laws to Muycas, was a white, bearded man, wearing long robes, who regulated the calendar, established festivals, and vanished in time like others (other remarkable teachers who had come across the Pacific according to numerous legends of Incas, Aztecs and Mayans). (Lal 1965, p. 20).[2]

He convened a meeting of many siddhas just before the beginning of the present Kali Yuga, in 3102 BC, to determine the best way for humanity to progress along the spiritual path during the coming period of darkness. The Yoga of love and devotion, Bhakti Yoga, was chosen as being the best means. Bhoganāthar was entrusted by the siddhas with the task of defining the rituals for the worship of their favorite deity Palani Āndavar, the Lord (Muruga) of Palani.

Many rituals that center around the bathing (abhishekam) of an idol of Palani Andavar with many substances, including panchaamirtam consisting of five fruits and honey, were developed by him and continue to be followed to this day. The idol had to be created from a substance that would last throughout Kali Yuga. The most resilient of known substances, granite, was known to wear and crack after thousands of such rituals. So Bhoganāthar fashioned it out of nine secret herbal and chemical ingredients, nava pashanam, which made it harder than granite. Eight of the ingredients were combined in a mold of the idol. The ninth, was added as a catalyst, to solidify it.

In recent times the scientists who attempted to determine the composition of a small sample of the material of the idol, were startled to find that it immediately sublimated when heated. Thus its composition remains a mystery to date. The traces of the substance are contained in the ritual offerings in which it is bathed. When these are returned and consumed by the devotee, their spiritual progress is enhanced.

A mission to China and transmigration

Kālangi Nāthar decided to enter into samādhi in seclusion for 3,000 years. He summoned Bhoganāthar telepathically from Tamil Nadu to China to take over his mission. Bhoganāthar traveled by sea, following the trade route. In China, he was instructed by Kālangi Nāthar in all aspects of the Siddha sciences. These included the preparation and use of the kaya kalpa herbal formulae to promote longevity. After Kālangi Nāthar entered into trance, Bhoganāthar assumed his teaching mission to the Chinese. To facilitate this, he transmigrated his vital body into the physical body of a deceased Chinese man, and thereafter went by the name Bo-Yang. Bo is a derivation of the word Bhogam which means bliss, material and spiritual. This bliss, for which he was named Bo-Yang is experienced when the Kundalini shakti, the feminine primordial yin energy awakens, passes up to the crown of the head, the seat of Shiva, the masculine yang pole, in the Sahasra cakra at the summit of the head and unites with it. The result of this integration of feminine and masculine parts of the being, or union (Yoga) of Shakti and Shiva, Yin and Yang, is Satchidananda: Absolute Existence-Consciousness-Bliss.

Transformation of his physical body

Bhoganāthar decided to overcome the limitations of the Chinese body, with its degenerative tendencies, and prolong its life through the use of the kaya kalpa herbs long enough for the effect of Kriya Kundalini Pranayama and related yogic techniques to bring swarūpa samādhi. In his poem Bhogar Jāna Sutra 8, verse number 4, he describes vividly what happened after carefully preparing a tablet using thirty five different herbs:

With great care and patience I made the (kaya kalpa) tablet and then swallowed it:
Not waiting for fools and skeptics who would not appreciate its hidden meaning and importance.
Steadily I lived in the land of the parangis (foreigners) For twelve thousand years, my fellow!
I lived for a long time and fed on the vital ojas (sublimated spiritual energy)
With the ojas vindhu I received the name, Bhogar:
The body developed the golden color of the pill:
Now I am living in a world of gold
(based upon translation by Yogi S.A.A. Ramaiah, 1979, p. 40-42).

He chose three of his best disciples and his faithful dog, and took thorn to the top of a mountain. After first offering a tablet to the dog, the dog immediately fell over dead. He next offered it to his leading disciple, Yu, who also immediately fell over dead. After offering it to the two remaining disciples, who by this time were extremely nervous, and who promptly hid their tablets rather than swallow them, Bhoganāthar swallowed the remaining tablets and also fell over unconscious. Crying with grief, the two remaining disciples went down the mountain to get material to bury the bodies. When the disciples returned to the spot where the bodies had been left lying, all that was found was a note, in Bhoganāthars handwriting, which said:

The kaya kalpa tablets are working. After awakening from their trance I restored faithful Yu and the dog. You have missed your chance for immortality. (Ibid.)

This kaya kalpa enabled Bhoganāthar to transform the Chinese body over a period of 12,000 years, during which time it developed a lustrous golden color. (The physiological transformation to the state of swarūpa samādhi was, however, completed only later, at Palani in the final phases of Kriya Kundalini Yoga and related practices. These phases will be described in chapter 11. Bhoganāthars own graphic description is recorded in the poem at the end of this chapter Initiation into Samādhi.)

In this poem Sutras of Wisdom 8. he sings prophetically of the taking up of the practice of pranayama in modern times by millions of persons who would otherwise have succumbed to drug abuse:

Will chant the unifying verse of the Vedanta.
Glory to the holy feet of Uma (the Divine Mother of the Universe. Shakti),
Will instruct you in the knowledge of the sciences, ranging from hypnotism to alchemy (kaya kalpa).
Without the need for pills or tablets, the great scientific art of pranayama breathing, will be taught and recognized
By millions of common people and chaste young women.
Verse no. I (based upon translation by Yogi S.A.A. Ramaiah, 1982, p. 40).

Becomes known as Lao-Tzu, founder of Taoism

After this incident with the Chinese disciples, Bo-Yang became also known as Lao-Tzu, and was accessible for nearly 200 years, and trained hundreds of Chinese disciples in Tantric Yoga practices, wherein semen and sexual energies are conserved and sublimated into spiritual energies. The advanced techniques which he taught involve raising the energies from the mūladhāra cakra corresponding to the perineum up to the sahasrara cakra during sexual intercourse with a spiritually minded partner, resulting in sublimated energy, tejas. manifesting throughout all the cells of the body. In the fifth century B.C., Confucius met Lao-Tzu Bo-Yang and afterwards said of him:

I know a bird can fly, a fish can swim, and an animal can run. For that which runs, a net can be fashioned; for that which swims, a line can be strung. But the ascent of a Dragon on the wind into heaven is something which is beyond my knowledge. Today I have met Lao-Tzu, who is perhaps like a Dragon. Among the Chinese, particularly, the Taoists, the Dragon is the symbol of Kundalini Shakti, the primordial force.

At the end of his mission to China, about 400 BC, Bhoganāthar, with his disciple Yu (whom he also gave the Indian name Pulipani) and other close disciples, left China by the land route. As recorded in the Taoist literature, at the request of the gatekeeper at the Han Ku mountain pass Lao-Tzu crystallized his teachings. He did so in two books, the Tao Ching, with 37 verses, and the Te Ching with 42 verses (MacKintosh, 1971).[3]

In book two he says Do good to him who has done you injury, which was also said by the contemporary Tamil Siddha, Tiruvalluvar in his Tirukkural (Tiruvalluvar, 1968). Taoist yoga traditions continue to seek physical immortality using techniques remarkably similar to those taught in Tamil Shiva Yoga Siddhānta.

Kriya Babaji (17 kb)
Kriya Babaji, disciple of Bhogar
Bhogar Nath and his young disciple Babaji at Kataragama

Bhogar Nath and his young disciple Babaji Nagaraj at Kataragama, illustration from Babaji and the 18 Siddha Kriya Yoga Tradition

Kriya Babaji shrine, Kataragama
Kriya Babaji shrine, Kataragama

Return to India

Along their way, they visited several shrines in the Himalayas and Kāmarūpa, the famous Tantric Shakti shrine in Assam.[4] He composed his greatest work of 700,000 verses near Mt. Kailasa with the blessings of Lord Shiva. It was later abridged to 7,000 verses, and is known as Bhogar Sapta Kandam. He later visited Gaya, India and Arabia. Upon his return to Tamil Nadu he introduced the Chinese salts and chemistry, which he called Cīna-cāram and porcelain making. He submitted his 7,000 verse manuscript for evaluation to his guru, Agastyar at Courtrallam and to an academy of siddhas there. It was endorsed by all of them as a great work.

Following this, many siddhas, including Konkanavar, Karuvoorar, Nandeeswar, Kamala Muni, Satta Muni, Macchamuni, and Sundarandar became his disciples to study the sciences of kaya kalpa and yoga. He eventually turned over his teaching mission to Pulipani.

Establishes shrine at Katirkamam and attains swarūpa samādhi

After performing tapas at Sathura Giri, and Shiva Gin, he went to Katirkamam in Sri Lanka to perform tapas and win the grace of Lord Muruga. Under inspiration from the Lord he established the famous Yantra shrine, representing the 1,008 petalled lotus cakra, which blossomed in Bhogar there. Next he went to Palani where he attained swarūpa samādhi. He retired to Katirkāmam, where Babaji Nagaraj met him around 211 AD.

Second Mission to China

Later, after the period of the Six Dynasties (220 to 590 AD), Bhoganāthar returned with some Tamil disciples to China. He left his mission in Tamil Nadu with Pulipani, the Chinese Siddha. During the construction of the Brihitīswarar Shiva Temple in Tanjore, Tamil Nadu, around 900 AD. Bhoganāthar advised its builders as to how to raise the eighty ton capstone to the top of the temple, more than 200 feet high. This was done through his disciple Karuvoorar and another Tamil disciple who acted as intermediaries and through messages tied to the legs of courier birds, like todays homing pigeons. At Bhogars suggestion a gradient ramp five miles long was built, up which the stone was pulled to the top of the temple. This was one of the most remarkable engineering feats of all times. About this time he also advised the King of Tanjore to build a small shrine dedicated to one of his greatest disciples, Karuvoorar, behind the Bhrihiteeswarar Shiva Temple.

Current Activities

While Bhoganāthar is reported to have left the physical plane at Palani, he continues to work on the astral plane, inspiring his disciples and devotees, and even in rare instances he transmigrates into anothers physical body for specific purposes.


Source: Babaji and the 18 Siddha Kriya Yoga Tradition, by M. Govindan (Kriya Yoga Publications, 1991), pp. 113-118.

 

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Have practiced it some more – my body gets very hot during the practice – just like the video says.

 

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My mother came into the room and told me she 'couldn't be near me' because I was giving off too much heat – like a radiator! After this I noticed that by thinking about certain areas of my body I could send the intense heat to that area!


So now this meditation is definitely the most powerful one I have got. Very impressive. I do an in breath/out breath orbit and then hold for a moment at the earth-core. Then I bring up the energy again.


I've had another experience today, which is light surrounding a part of my selfish ego, and my ego submitted. The light has won for this issue. It is no longer possible to tolerate some of my selfish behaviours.

Now I feel very peaceful.

 

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Also I noticed as soon as Satchidanand emailed me, I got a down-pouring of light from above the crown which kept charging me up the rest of the day and my cravings died out! Then I realized the cravings were ego-blockages and that I did not want them.


This meditation 3 - The Energy Enhancement Course Level One, Initiation Three Streaming Video... is great! I've done it some more and it's incredibly powerful. I don't know why it isn't more well known or taught?

 

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It's really bringing up little blockages which are complaining while being pushed down into the earth's core to get purified. The hot fire energy has gotten much stronger in my body while doing the practice, mostly the base of the spine heats up, but also the middle of the spine. There are lots of little blockages being noticed. But I'm pushing them out.


I think this is my new favorite meditation practice! It's far more powerful than the normal orbit practice.


Have practiced it some more my body gets very hot during the practice just like the video says.

 

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My mother came into the room and told me she 'couldn't be near me' because I was giving off too much heat like a radiator! After this I noticed that by thinking about certain areas of my body I could send the intense heat to that area!


So now this meditation is definitely the most powerful one I have got. Very impressive. I do an in breath/out breath orbit and then hold for a moment at the earth-core. Then I bring up the energy again.


 

Aha! I can see you've used a lot of my emails in the text, I don't know if I should feel embarrassed or flattered.

I've had another experience today, which is light surrounding a part of my selfish ego, and my ego submitted. The light has won for this issue. It is no longer possible to tolerate some of my selfish behaviours.

Now I feel very peaceful.

 

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Thanks! I want to update you. I underwent a profound change in my energy last night after my main ego blockage submitted.

However today I noticed with more light in my system, that there are more, smaller ego blockages which are there and which talk to me. I look forward to resolving them. I'll now paste what I wrote last night.

Now I write here what I experienced between my last comment and reading her reply, written just below:

I had to lay down to do some meditation just now, and I felt like there were two mes, the first me was this little black smudge of an ego, the I, the selfish ego, or the part which basically functions for its own agenda. This guy basically pleasure-seeks and avoids pain/responsibility and is good at justifying its reasons and making excuses.

The second me, was this overwhelmingly peaceful, white light. It was so powerful it was literally drowning my little dark ego. So my ego had this light just drowning it from all directions. Imagine a war scene where the dark side is just a little blob of dark and there is hundreds or thousands of times as much light surrounding it from all angles.

Then also during this process, I had to see through the lights eyes to take a look at meand I saw all these faults. I saw this creeping little dark ego who was so unaware of everything, it just kept making excuses for its actions but this, and but that. It just kept wanting pleasurable things and to run away from responsibility. I had to take a long good look at this guy, this type of me.

So my little dark ego, the I, just well, just gave up. He just said Okay!! OkayI give up! I give up! Surrender! So then I started to feel like I was going to cry. All this light just smothered me, my ego and gave it a lot of love and peace. Then I felt this vortex of white light form in my heart it felt quite small, maybe an inch or so big.

 

Then I felt all this peaceful energy throughout my whole body it felt like cosmic/space/universe energy. Something like a peaceful energy from space (as if I had a whole entire universe inside my chest and body with the heart at the center). After that happened, I was getting light flood my body and I just felt like crying and surrendering. I suddenly felt this rush of what felt like crystalline white light flood into my body and fill my arms and legs and whole body. So I had a new layer of energy body or something like this.

I think its a point of no-return now! I can only surrender now. What seems to be filling my body is this type of energy which is peace and light, it only seems to want whats right for everyone. I hope it remains. I dont know how much of my ego I let go offI wish all of it will go now.

I honestly dont believe I will go back to being how I used to, because too much of my consciousness or awareness feels grounded into light, so if I can keep seeing from the lights viewpoint, I can quickly pick out faults which I might otherwise do.

Phew, what an intense evening. But I feel so peaceful! I seem quite satisfied to just drown myself in this light.

I want to give an update on this today. Im pleased to say that the energy of soft love and peace which flooded my body last night, has remained with me today. I feel like a completely different person. There has been a loss of desire, an increase in peace.

I threw out some supplements and felt like that type of thing has now become redundant.

Today I noticed that small ego blockages were in my aura. They are much weaker than the one which submitted to the light last night, they are more deeply buried.

I hope to continue to resolve and integrate these fragments of ego energy blockages in future.

Peace,

Starlight

 

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A '''Siddha''' in Sanskrit means "One who is accomplished" and refers to perfected masters who have transcended the Ahamkara (Ego or I-maker), have subdued their minds to be subservient to their Awareness, and have transformed their bodies composed mainly of dense Rajo-tama Gunas into a different kind of bodies dominated by Satva. This is usually accomplished only by persistent meditation over many lifetimes.

A Siddha has also been defined to refer to one who has attained a Siddhi. The Siddhis as paranormal abilities are considered emergent abilities of an individual that is on the path to Siddhahood, and do not define a Siddha, who is established in the Pranav - the Aum, which is the spiritual substrate of creation. The Siddhi in its pure form means "the attainment of flawless identity with Reality (Brahman); perfection of Spirit."

The concept of Siddhas is a prime notion in Jainism.
 

==Siddha-loka==
In Hindu cosmology Siddhaloka is a subtle world (lokam) where perfected beings (Siddhas) take birth. They are endowed with the Eight Primary Siddhis at birth.

In South India, a Siddha refers to a being who has achieved a high degree of physical as well as spiritual perfection or enlightenment. The ultimate demonstration of this is that Siddhas allegedly attained physical immortality. Thus Siddha, like Siddhar or Cittar (indigenisation of Sanskrit terms in Tamil Nadu) refers to a person who has realised the goal of a type of Sadhana and become a perfected being. In Tamil Nadu, South India, where the Siddha tradition is still practiced, special individuals are recognized as and called Siddhas, or Siddhars or Cittars, who are on the path to that assumed perfection after they have taken special secret Rasayanas to perfect their bodies, in order to be able to sustain prolonged meditation along with a form of Pranayama which reduces the number of breaths taken by them considerably.

Siddha medicine is a form of medical treatment of diseases using substances of all possible origins in a way that balances the possible harmful effect of each substance. This form of medicine was professed and practised by Siddhars who wrote their recipes on for the use of future generations. Siddha medicine was developed by outstanding Dravidians (ancient Tamils), locally called Cittars.

Preparations are made mainly out of the parts of the plants and trees such as leaves, bark, stem, root etc, but include also mineral and some animal substances. This form of medicine is still today well known in South India, and is a form of Ayurveda. The use of metals like gold, silver and iron powders (Sanskrit bhasma) in some preparations is a special feature of Siddha medicine, which claims it can detoxify metals to enable them to be used for stubborn diseases. This claim is especially relevant in the case of mercury which is relatively often used in the system; that means medicine containing should only be received from a highly qualified practitioner of the art.

ALCHEMY DEGENERATED

However this Alchemy which was created by Tamil Siddar Bhogar and then as Lao Tzu in his Chinese incarnation as Taoist Alchemy and then via the Egyptians as Hermes Trismegistus and the Sufi Alchemists such as Dun Nun the Egyptian whereby it entered into Europe as medieval Alchemy. This Alchemy has been degenerated - the same as the Middle Ages Alchemists saying that they could create the Metal Gold from the Metal lead - Jung deciphered Alchemy -

Jung proved that in the real Alchemy the items Gold, Lead, Sulphur, Mercury referred to spiritual energies..

LEAD being the Earth, Mercury being the Holy Spirit which travels between Earth and the center of the Universe and Sulphur being the Sun or the Central Spiritual Sun. These three comprise the Holy Trinity and are talked about in the Guided meditation described in the Emerald Tablet of Hermes Trismegistus. This Guided meditation is the same as the Kundalili Kriyas and the Taoist Meditational Orbits both Microcosmic and Macrocosmic.

As with Gurdjieff and his Reciprocal maintenance the movement of the Energies from Heaven to Earth between the Father and the Son, between the central Spiritual Sun and the Earth has the efect of transmuting Energy Blockages which always are trying to stop this flow of energy.

These Alchemical meditations are in order to Transmute Base metal, lead, the Energy Blockages in the Earth and in Human Beings into Spiritual Gold, The Earth being transmuted into a Sacred Planet and the Human Being, filled with evil blockages, into An Enlightened Being and Ascended master, Like Tamil Siddar, Bhogar.

Thus Physical Gold, Lead and Mercury are sidetracks meant to poison and distract people away from the true Alchemy which has been known for thousands of years.

Energy Enhancement teaches the Real Spiritual Alchemy Gaining Spiritual Energy and purifying the body from its Energy Blockages.

Satchidanand

Siddhars are altruistic and teach through truth. Black Magicians are self-centered liars.


Not only do people run away after committing acts of sin, but the spirits too.


The quintessence of Sri Pambatti Siddhar's Grantha Sastra is proper regulation of breath. When breath is regulated in various ways, different spirits get controlled.
 

Spirituality is the stage of preparing man for the vision of God; Gnana is the result of God realisation.
'Winning over God' means mastery of three levels.
1. Winning over God,
2. Changing ones Karma ones fate and
3. Controlling life principles in one's own self.
Pranava is an interminable, resplendent glow of fire.
Sufferings occur effortlessly; Prosperity is earned hard.
Good deeds are immeasurable; Debt and Karma is precisely calculable.

All forms of energy have two states, genuine and false. In the case of a Gnani, one merges into the other.

Man's witness lasts till his lifetime; divine witness is eternal.
One of the six abodes of Lord Muruga remains embedded in the Indian Ocean.

Who is a siddha ?
A siddha is one who has attained siddhi, i.e. "power, prowess, strength, ability", then a special kind of psychic and supernatural, miraculous, occult power. There are eight kinds of super natural powers called as "Ashtama Siddhis":


Anima (shrinking) - Power of becoming the size of an atom and entering the smallest beings.
Mahima (illimitability) - Power of becoming mighty and co-extensive with the universe. The power of increasing one's size without limit.
Lagima (lightness) - Capacity to be quite light though big in size.
Garima (weight) - Capacity to weigh heavy, though seemingly small size.
Prapthi (fulfillment of desires) - Capacity to enter all the worlds from Brahma Loga to the neither world. It is the power of attaining everything desired.
Prakasysm (irresistable will) - Power of disembodying and entering into other bodies (metempsychosis) and going to heaven and enjoying what everyone aspires for, simply from where he stays.
Isithavam (supremacy) - Have the creative power of God and control over the Sun, the moon and the elements and
Vasithavam (dominion over the elements) - Power of control over King and Gods. The power of changing the course of nature and assuming any form.

According to the book "Valmiki Suthira Gyanam" authored by Siddhar Valmiki, "By purifying the mind and attaining perfection one becomes a siddha (Tamil Chittan); He is indeed fit to be called SIVA". A classical definition of siddhas is given by Siddhar Thirumoolar: "Those who live in yoga and see the divine light and power through yoga are the siddhars (Tamil Chittar)".

Patanjali was a Tamil Siddar, thus the second sutra of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali is, "Yogas Citta Vritti Nirodha". The Citta is the Mind, Vrittis are Energy Blockage impurities, and Nirodha means the Removal of the Energy Blockages.. Only then we have Yoga or Union with the Higher Energies, Illumination, Enlightenment. Satchidanand.

There are some features which are typical for all or almost all siddhars as a body of thinkers.
First, in sharp opposition to the bhakti tradition, they refuse to allow themselves be carried away by idol worship in particular temples.
Second, in contrast to bhakti which emphasizes passionate devotion to God, the siddhar emphasize knowledge, yoga practice, and character, moral behavior, right conduct. Anger, lust and egoism are the worst sins.
Third, almost all siddhar's raise a protest against caste and casteism.
The whole atmosphere of siddha thinking is empirical and experimental. Their writings are not in the nature of clear cut formalized statements of any well defined doctrine. Hence, it is difficult to extricate a philosophical system out of their writings, at least at the present state of our knowledge of their works. However, it is possible to point out a few essential features, and one day, when their writings are better known, it should be possible to state their philosophy more explicitly.
 

The 18 Siddhars
There are 18 siddhars in the tamil siddha tradition. Each of the siddhars had lived in varied places under different names. The following are most common names of the 18 siddhars. They are listed in the order of their time period.


Sri Pathanjali Siddhar
Sri Agasthiar Siddhar
Sri Kamalamuni Siddhar
Sri Thirumoolar Siddhar
Sri Kuthambai Siddhar
Sri Korakkar Siddhar
Sri Thanvandri Siddhar
Sri Sundaranandar Siddhar
Sri Konganar Siddhar
Sri Sattamuni Siddhar
Sri Vanmeegar Siddhar
Sri Ramadevar Siddhar
Sri Nandeeswarar Siddhar
Sri Edaikkadar Siddhar
Sri Machamuni Siddhar
Sri Karuvoorar Siddhar
Sri Bogar Siddhar
Sri Pambatti Siddhar
Table of 18 Siddharsālangi Nāthar

Table of 18 Siddhars

Sl. No Name of the Siddhar Tamil month of Birth Tamil Birth Star Duration of Life Place of Samadhi
1 Sri Pathanjali Panguni Moolam 5 Yugas 7 Days Rameswaram
2 Sri Agasthiar Markazhi Aayilyam 4 Yugas 48 Days Thiruvananthapuram
3 Sri Kamalamuni Vaikasi Poosam 4000 Years 48 Days Thiruvarur
4 Sri Thirumoolar Purattathi Avittam 3000 Years 13 Days Chidambaram
5 Sri Kuthambai Aadi Visagam 1800 Years 16 Days Mayavaram
6 Sri Korakkar Karthigai Aayilyam 880 Years 11 Days Perur
7 Sri Thanvandri Iyppasi Punarpoosam 800 Years 32 Days Vaideeswarankoil
8 Sri Sundaranandar Aavani Revathi 800 Years 28 Days Madurai
9 Sri Konganar Chitthirai Utthiradam 800 Years 16 Days Titupathi
10 Sri Sattamuni Aavani Mrigasirisham 800 Years 14 Days Thiruvarangam
11 Sri Vaanmeegar / Valmiki Purattasi Anusham 700 Years 32 Days Ettukudi
12 Sri Ramadevar Masi Pooram 700 Years 06 Days Azhagarmalai
13 Sri Nandeeswarar Vaikasi Visagam 700 Years 03 Days Kasi
14 Sri Edaikkadar Purattasi Thiruvadirai 600 Years 18 Days Tiruvannamalai
15 Sri Machamuni Aadi Rohini 300 Years 62 Days Thiruparankundram
16 Sri Karuvoorar Chitthirai Hastham 300 Years 42 Days Karuvur
17 Sri Bogar Vaikasi Bharani 300 Years 18 Days Pazhani
18 Sri Pambatti Karthigai Mrigasirisham 123 Years 14 Days Sankarankoil

The traditional Siddhas, right from Siddha Nandidevar to Saint Ramalingam of the 19th century, were well known Siddha-World rulers and great benefactors of mankind, who, either by their own insistence or by the gratitude of their subjects had been transferred to the ranks of Heaven of Life. Ancient mysticism termed as Mythology today, was already well developed in those earliest times. At that early date, Lord Vaduka, Karuppasamy, Goddess Varahi, Goddess Indrani, all have been mentioned as medicinal deities.


When the medicinal procedures of the ancient Siddhas expressed remarkable effect in that profoundly religious age, they were deified! Epidemics that exposed entire nations to the threat of annihilation posed particularly dangerous. Rulership depended on the ability to thwart off the ravage of disease. These are the kinds of examples recorded in original works of the Siddhas explaining how the Siddha system helped the people at particular periods. Such incidents were considered miracles. The Siddhas came to be worshipped as deities with divine honours. The reality that these compassionate 'benefactors' had a special and direct contact with the supernatural and as a result were themselves accorded divine attributes could not have been casually ruled out.


Though much of the rationality, compassion and spiritual insights of ancient civilizations are disregarded under the banner of Myths and many records have been lost or dismissed, one fact has emerged clearly - in every available palm script of Siddha works, the origin of metallurgy and its various uses; the archetypal healing Gods and deities; the mysterious mystical power spots; and meetings of the ancient Siddhas till date clearly traces back to the Mountains and Forests of Siddhas.


As people formed colonies and migrated from their magico-religious outlook of life and its darker face of illness and mundane abnormalities, the distinctive healing power spots of ancient Siddhas were the only available and sought out aid and remedy for later periods. Dark forces that brought disease, collective death and inert psychic blocks were propitiated by mystical ceremonies that involved visiting the caves of the ancient Siddhas, reciting incantations (mantra) or supplications and expiations.


Many of their manuscripts traveled all over Tamil Nadu, across different periods of time and spread. Many lay hidden with people who kept them without really knowing their true significance. The remaining manuscripts have been significantly guarded in mountain caves under the mystical supervision of ferocious guarding deities appointed by the Siddhas themselves. These manuscripts are the foremost treasures of the ancient Siddha tradition. The valuable yogic insights that emerged from the mystery of the life-giving and life-taking rhythm of Nature have been recorded in these manuscripts and are known to give endless possibilities for healing human problems. They have even described the identifying features and the locations of certain healing Herbs meant for increasing longevity and some that can even bring a dying person back to life.


The next treasure trove of the ancient Siddhas are the ancient medicinal preparations of the Siddhas that lay buried under certain caves and rocks. These healing materials are in the form of Kalangu (tuber), Kalpa Basma (Elixir preparations) and are also governed by mysterious forces as protection from bad-tempered persons.


'Malai vala sastra' is a Sastra exclusively describing many mysteries of these mountains. The Siddhas, Gorakkar, Bogar, Agasthiyar and Karuvoorar have all written works on these subjects giving ample information of these treasures and other occult and spiritual mysteries secreted in the Siddha mountains, forests and caves throughout the Indian region. Some of the texts even mention caves that are not visible to the common eye. These mystical regions and power spots are the spiritual rejuvenative places and some are still known to be places of revelation and meeting places of the ancient Siddhas. In present day Tamil Nadu, Chaturagiri, the Pothikai hills, the Kolli hills, the Kancha hills, the Mahendragiri mountain ranges etc are all named as ancient Siddha mountains. The Agasthiyar hill in Kerala and the Srisailam mountain of Andhra Pradesh, the Girnar mountain of Gujarat are also amongst those revered as Their ancient power spots.


A strong conviction even present day followers of the Siddha path treasure is that an individual of true quest who is a recipient of the Siddhas grace can gain access to these kinds of places. There are many more accurate details of different places and its significant relationship with the Siddhas but it is impossible to share all of it in this small homepage.
 

ALCHEMY AND THE TAMIL SIDDHARS

Joseph Caezza
 


In the hungered New Age frenzy where the practice and principles of Ayurveda, traditional Hindu medicine, have become so well known, the West still remains largely ignorant of the South Indian Tamil Siddhar tradition. It represents a wonderful parallel to that of the Rosicrucian Alchemists. Just as the Rosicrucians claim lineage to the high culture of Ancient Egypt, itself only an artifact of "Atlantis", so too do Tamil Siddhars trace their original heritage to an advanced civilization destroyed by a great flood about 10,000 years ago. The lost continent supporting this heritage purportedly stretched from Madagascar to Australia with Sri Lanka constituting its central surviving land mass.

Ancient Egyptian High Culture appears suddenly, even from the earliest times at a very advanced level. Examples of its elegance include high yield strains of grain, a precise calendrical system, refined medicine even featuring neurosurgery, but above all its complete system of hieroglyphic language which seems to serve a higher state of consciousness. These advances emerge suddenly from Neolithic chaos. So too, from earliest recorded history Tamil language appears as one of the most sophisticated literary systems on the face of this planet. This lack of developmental period suggests that both Tamil and Egyptian cultures were surviving artifacts, preserved by the greatest sages of highly advanced civilizations destroyed by geological cataclysm.

The contemporary scholar, Kamil Zvelebil, in THE SMILE OF MURUGAN, explains the necessity of understanding the siddhars, the primordial Tamil sages, before any deeper appreciation of South Indian civilization becomes possible. These spiritual giants composed the foundations of literary and scientific development. Yet because they wrote in obscure style so reminiscent of western alchemy and often ridiculed the orthodox caste system with its over-emphasis on ritual worship, the Siddhars have always moved on the outer perimeter of social acceptability. Their chief artifacts aside from a complete medical system include a vast body of esoteric literature as well as ever popular rustic poems and bardic songs.

Zvelebil outlines the common features of siddhar poetry: "a protest, sometimes expressed in very strong terms, against the formalities of life and religion; rough handling of priests and Brahmins in general ; denial of the religious practices and beliefs of Brahmanism, and not only that: an opposition against the generally accepted pan Indian social doctrine and religious practice; protest against the abuses of temple rule; emphasis on the purity of character; claims made by the authors of these poems that they have achieved certain psychokinetic powers and other capabilities which belong to the sphere of parapsychological phenomena; use of imaginative and ambiguous language, rather puzzling though strongly colloquial; no systemic doctrinal exposition. Finally, all these poems are ascribed to a body of sages known as the siddhars (1)."

Does this description recall the mood of the Rosicrucian manifestoes and the Alchemical literature of 17th century Europe during the age of Reformation against the corruption in the Roman Catholic Church?

The Siddhars present themselves as the greatest masters of yoga, medicine and alchemy. Unlike their western counterparts who emphasized the transmutation of base metal into gold, the Tamil sages stressed the accomplishment of physical immortality or at least extended longevity as the ultimate token of self-realization Parallels exist in the western concept of the "glorified body". Just as in the west, these sages left a vast number of inscrutable texts accessible only to initiates. Their Hermetic emphasis on knowing reality directly by reading "the signatures of Nature", developing contemplative "seeing" as Castanada uses the term or cultivating, "the intelligence of the heart", as described by Schwaller de Lubicz, goes far beyond conventional understandings of Eastern meditation techniques. Such vision in ancient times served as the basis of a sacred science with bountiful practical applications.

Patanjali, one of the greatest Tamil siddhars who accomplished himself at Rameswaram, explicated the essentials of mystic discipline, in his well known YOGA SUTRAS. Although postures, breath and contemplative techniques play a major role this tradition also includes the practical science of Nature; Cosmology, Astrology, Herbalism, Chemistry Alchemy and Medicine. While Ayurvedic medicine concerns itself generally with herbs and organic treatments the siddhars add strong emphasis on use of inorganic salts, metals and mineral poisons.

Like the romantic notion of the Rosicrucians the siddhars are bound by an oath of secrecy. They wander anonymously practicing their yogic disciplines, doing service to their fellow men especially as dispensers of potent medicines. In the west sages such as Roger Bacon, Albertus Magnus and Basil Valantine acquired legendary status as alchemists. So too a rich tradition venerates the exploits of these Tamil mystics. Eighteen of the siddhars are venerated above others for accomplishing themselves to the highest level of perfection. The historic locations in India where they performed their penance today comprise spiritually charged centers of pilgrimage.

The first and foremost of the siddhars, Agastyar, fits the image of his western counterpart, Toth-Hermes. Considered the founder of Tamil language and grammar, he presided over the first two sangams, ancient literary academies located on the now submerged continent south of Sri Lanka. He also appears as the primordial giver of arts and sciences. Innumerable classic works ascribe themselves to his authorship. Contemporary Tamil scholars assert that at least 26 classic authors wrote under this name. Who were they all aspiring to imitate? Folk tales abound in accounts of Agastyar's constant battles with local demons. He pops into the story line of classic epics, the Ramayana and Mahabharata, to bestow blessing and guidance. Tradition has it that Agastyar still lives in the Pothigai Hills below the Western Ghats, occasionally appearing to the sincere aspirant (2).

Thirumoolar, - a favourite of Swami Satchidananda who quoted from him many times - another of the most renowned Tamil masters, accomplished his magnum opus of yogic reintegration at Chidambaram, the sacred spot where Shiva performs his cosmic dance. The chief contribution of Thirmoolar, the THIRMANDIRAM, an esoteric masterpiece of 3000 verses explains man's yogic path to immortal divinity, referring metaphorically to the philosopher's stone that transmutes base metal into gold. Here is the essential classic text of siddhar wisdom. Only in the recent past has this work been made available to the English reading public.

Karuvoorar, an architect as well as a yogin-alchemist, played a major role in the design and construction of the Brihadeshwara Temple at Thanjavur. The feats involved in this task recall not only the emergence of the Gothic cathedrals which occurred at about the same time but also the construction of the pyramids. A popular tour guide describes this as one of India's greatest temples:

 

"This superb and fascinating monument is one of only a handful in India with World Heritage listing and is worth a couple of visits. On top of the apex of the 63 meter high temple, a dome encloses an enormous Shiva Lingam. Constructed from a single piece of granite weighing an estimated 81 tonnes, the dome was hauled into place along a six-km earth work ramp in a manner similar to that used for the Egyptian Pyramids (3)."

 

From a western perspective Bogar might be the most intriguing of the siddhars. Born into a family of gold smiths in central South-India, Bogar received initiation from the illustrious Natha Yogi, Kalangi. Contemplative insight allegedly guided Bogar to construct a primitive form of aircraft that he used in a journey to China. He is also credited with inventing a sea-going craft using a stream engine, preparing an indestructible statue of the god, Muruga, using nine poisonous herbs and minerals and making a major contribution to the siddhar medicine system which boasts possession of fabulous remedies that heal presently incurable diseases and make possible an extreme longevity. Bogar achieved the ultimate state of perfection at the hill top shrine of Palani where the statue he fabricated is still in use. Elaborate temple murals here chronicle his wondrous exploits.

These claims seem somewhat reminiscent of the achievements of the contemporary western Hermetic master Schwaller de Lubicz, who in an attempt to free France from imported energy invented an engine fueled by vegetable oil. He designed following principles of number and harmonic proportion imbibed from contemplative vision a ship which possessed innovative properties of speed and balance in the roughest waters. He developed an airplane motor still used in France today. He also prepared Homeopathic medicines from plants and rediscovered the medieval alchemical procedure for producing the brilliant red and blue stained glass found in the windows of the Gothic Cathedrals. Evidence suggests that Scwaller was the original genius behind the Fulcanelli material, perhaps the most significant alchemical literature of the century. (see GNOSIS No. 7)

A popular legend describes how Bogar made several missionary excursions into China. A master of astral projection and soul transmigration, Bogar entered the body of a recently deceased Chinese youth, revived it and grew to become the Chinese sage, Lao Tzu, author of the TAO TE CHING and founder of Taoism. Taoism has a rich alchemical faction devoted to physical longevity that lends credit to this bizarre tale. The TAO TE CHING embodies the same esoteric style that haunts the obscure language of the Tamil siddhars and echoes ideas from western alchemy. Any student of Taoist Yoga is shocked by the similarity of its techniques to those of the Tamil siddhars.

Initially I could not accept the possibility that Bogar was Lao Tzu. During an extensive pilgrimage to the shrines of the siddhars in 1989 I encountered well educated residents of Palani who took it for granted that Bogar was indeed Tao Tzu. Finally, I found a pilgrimage guide book written in English, a rare commodity indeed in this off-the-beaten-track location. It described Palani's Hill temple to Lord Muruga and contained a brief monograph on Bogar identifying him as the Chinese sage, Lao Tzu.

Bogar's monumental work of 7000 verses has recently been edited in Tamil by one of the great living apostles of this tradition, Yogi S.A. Ramaiah of Madras. Since 1954, Yogi Ramaiah has traveled the world, giving lectures, initiating students and building temples. An American center at Yuma, Arizona features a temple containing eighteen granite images dedicated to the greatest siddhars. He does not offer the customary guru-disciple relationship but rather teaches postures, breathing and contemplative techniques geared to give access to what Anthony Rooley described so wonderfully in the third issue of ALEXANDRIA as "The Invisible College", a higher inspired state of mind. Jean Dubuis, the contemporary French alchemist describes a vaguely similar practice as "night school". These concepts might be related to the medieval notion of "the communion of saints" not as blind faith but as actual guiding contemplative experience. Although mantras do play a role the actual advanced techniques taught by Yogi Ramaiah seem more in tune with the methods of western alchemy.

Yogi Ramaiah has so far avoided becoming a personality cult by shifting attention to his own guru, "Babaji", the immortal Yogin made famous in Yogananda's AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A YOGI . This shadowy character remains a premier figure among that semi-mythical category of perfected immortal saints which include personages like Harikhan Baba and Bagwan Lakulisa. These beings allegedly inhabit remote regions of the Himalayas, emerging on rare occasion to reveal the more esoteric levels of yogic attainment.

In recent times "Babaji" has become a New Age band wagon that everyone delights to jump on, from Sondra Ray and Leonard Orr, the father of the rebirthing movement to Nina Hagen, the German Rock singer. Babaji's picture even appears on the album jacket of the Beatles, SERGENT PEPPERS LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND. In the vast realm of human imagination, what myth could possibly be more attractive to the ego than that of physical immortality?

Yogi Ramaiah offers the world a unique biography of this immortal saint. Babaji was born in 203 A.D. near the sanctuary of Chidambaram. At an early age he was kidnapped, sold into slavery and then purchased by a wealthy man who freed him. Babaji was thus absolved from the responsibilities of caste and family. He soon fell in with a group of advanced wandering sages who trained him in contemplative methods of self-realization. In his wanderings Babaji studied with Bogar at Katirgama in Sri Lanka and at Courtrallam with Agastyar. He finally achieved the highest yogic realization at Badrinath near the Himalayan boarder. Is there an echo here of the story of Christian Rosenkreutz who sets off as an orphaned youth on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land and falls into the company of mysterious adepts who train him in ultimate wisdom?

A most intriguing enigma might arise from consideration of Babaji's yantra, a geometric device used along with mantra for invoking the master's grace and guidance. This yantra consists of a triangle situated in a square in turn circumscribed by a circle. It calls to mind a number of 17th century western alchemical diagrams. Notable examples include the final engraving from Heinrich Khunrath's AMPHITHEATRUM SAPIENTIAE AETERNAE (4), the seventh key of Basil Valantine's TWELVE KEYS and the Rosicrucian seal on the diploma presented to Dr. Bacstrom by a mysterious adept in 1794, published in Manly Hall's, ORDERS OF THE GREAT WORK-ALCHEMY(5). Stanislas Klassowski de Rolla explicates the meaning of Khunrath's emblem:

 

"Syzygy or conjunction of the macrocosmic Unity with the microcosmic triunity. The entire process of the elaboration of the Philosopher's Stone is symbolized here ...(4)."

 

The history of the Tamil siddhars has yet to be written. Their writings remain scattered waiting for the scholarly treatment they deserve. The task of separating the complex mythic and actual historic biographies of these sages recalls the difficulty associated with penetrating the wisdom of the western alchemical tradition. Scholars can argue even against the historical Jesus but in the end a good dream is more powerful than any historical reality. The perennial wisdom at the root of Rosicrucian alchemy or the Tamil siddhar tradition transcends time and space. It is an ever present guide leading any sincere aspirant into the immortal realm of imagination and its central diadem of self-luminous Gnosis. In the light of Gnosis all sages from every continent throughout history are forever united.

REFERENCES

 

1. Kamil Zvelebil, "The Cittar: An Enigma", chapter 14 of THE SMILE OF MURUGAN on TAMIL LITERATURE OF SOUTH INDIA (Leiden, Brill, 1973) p. 218
2. Thiru N Kandaswamy Pillai, HISTORY OF SIDDHAR MEDICINE, (Madras, Manorama Press, Gov. of Tamil Nadu, 1979), p 254
3. Hugh Finlay, editor INDIA, A TRAVEL SURVIVAL KIT (5th edition, Hong Kong, Lonely Planet, 1993), p. 1011
4. Stanislas Klassowski de Rolla, THE GOLDEN GAME: ALCHEMICAL ENGRAVINGS OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY, (New York, Braziller, 1988), p. 41
5. Manly P. Hall, ORDERS OF THE GREAT WORK- ALCHEMY (Los Angeles, P.R.S., 1940) p. 34.

Siddha Chemistry

The siddhar's knowledge of latrochemistry, minerals, metals and plants was stupendous. They successfully used this from time immemorial. Processes like calcinations of mercury minerals and metals and the preparation of a super salt known as muppa animated mercury pills with high potency possessing marvelous properties of transmuting metals and capable of rejuvenating the entire human system bear ample testimony to the fact that, even in the remote past when knowledge in chemical technology was not fully developed, the siddhars had an unparalleled knowledge of medicine. The process of Muppu (universal salt) and other calcinations processes of minerals and metals are special features of Siddha system of medicine and are not known to other medical systems in India or other countries.

The siddha system included not only medicine and alchemy but also yoga and philosophy. Yoga literally means union. It is the means by which is obtained omniscience and the power of achieving and controlling mighty things. It is an applied science, a systemized collection of laws applied to bring about a definite end. Siddha science acknowledges 64 kinds of Yoga. There are eight elements in Yoga -eyama, niyama, asana, pranayama, prathyagara, tharani, thiyanam and samadhi. It is said by the siddhars that there is no yoga without concentration or fixedness of mind. There are no miraculous powers without rousing the kundalini. There is no wisdom without mind; there is no body without repression of respiration.

The Siddha science of breath is known as vasi (the practice of correct breathing). There are different phases in science of breath - physical, mental and spiritual. The kind of controlled breathing is the scientific method of charging one's self with vitality and personal magnetism and it is known to the ancients as pranayama. Poorakam (inspiration), rechagam (expiration) and kumbagam (suppression) are the three inevitable steps in pranayamam. Siddha science also tells us that man generally takes 15 breaths a minute and thus makes 21,600 breaths a day and at this rate he can live for a period of at least 120 years. Besides the treatment by medicine, there exist Siddha works in Tamil on alchemy or kaya kalpa. As some of the alchemical processes leading to kaya kalpa treatments were dangerous in their administration, the siddhars did not want to teach them to everyone. Although the Siddha system might have evolved in Tamil Nadu at an early period, there is reason to believe that it spread to Northern parts of India and is known as Tantric science.

In olden days, the siddhars devoted more time in finding out suitable remedies rather than describing the causes of a disease in detail. The scope of kaya kalpa treatment is two-fold: one, to cure diseases and the other to prolong lifespan. The kalpa drugs served as constructive medicines too. Kalpa treatment is a weapon, preventive as well as constructive. The methods prescribed in Siddha medical science in the treatment of kaya kalpa are as follows:

  1. Preservation of vital energy of the body by diverting the internal secretions to the circulation of blood (The Taoist Meditational Orbits or Circulations as well as the Kundalini Kriyas - Satchidanand) by control of breathing through yoga.

  2. Conservation of sperm by using it for regeneration.

  3. Use of universal salt such as Muppu prepared by certain Siddhic process for rejuvenation.

  4. Use of calcined powders prepared from metal and minerals such as Mercury, Sulphur, Mica, Gold, Copper, Iron, etc.

  5. Use of drugs prepared from certain rare Indian herbs.

Many rules and regulations were adopted by siddhars while consuming kaya kalpa - see Energy Enhancement Level Five - Kaya Kalpa - Satchidanand) drugs. Some other general methods like cleansing of throat, enema, lavation and oil baths were also detailed

Treatments in Siddha

The Siddha system of medicine has its own unique character in respect of physiology, pathology, therapeutics and pharmacology. This helps in understanding and enabling the science of longevity.

Siddha medicine follows the principle that diseases may not originate in man all of a sudden. It could also come from the influences, which act upon him. This may occur through different causes.

Treatment in Siddha science begins with the basic diagnosis of the disease. The physician takes note of all related involvements connected to the disease. The climate, the strength and power of digestion, temperament of the patient, lifestyle etc. has to be taken into consideration for diagnosis.

Exposing the patient to both internal and external medication follows this. Massage and external manipulation is applied as per each requirement. Diet control is religiously followed in Siddha system of treatment.

All the treatments in Siddha require the patients to be in India as the subcontinent is the perfect place for therapy and rejuvenation.

Siddha System of Medicine

Agasthiar is known as the first Physician of Siddha. Medical Science. He has written many volumes on Medicine, Yoga, Alchemy and Philosophy for a man's career in life. According to Siddha System of Science man is not merely a composite of muscles, bones, tissues and nerves; but there is a close relation and intimate connection between the nature. Soul and mind are as much parts if his true constitution, as are the terrestrial elements of which his elementary body is made up. According to Siddha Science five elements - earth, water, heat, air and weather of the external world and internal man are the fundamental principles of creation, preservation and destruction.

Materia medica

The materia medica consists of herbs, minerals and animal products. Innumerable varieties of herbs are mentioned in Siddha literature. Many of these were described in a manner very difficult to understand. The siddhars dealt with 11 metals, 64 pashanam (mercurial, no-mercurial), 120 uparasams (salts and other minerals) and animal products in preparing medicines. There are 64 types of medicines .Of these, 32 varieties are internal medicines and other 32 are external. Some varieties of internal medicines once prepared can be used for many years. They have a long lifetime and their potency will not be lost.

The siddhars were the pioneers in the use of metals and minerals in the treatment of diseases. There are a number of pharmaceutical preparations common to both Siddha and Ayurveda. The common preparation are Bhasma (calcined metals and minerals), Churna ( powders), Kashaya (decoctions) Lehya (confections), Ghrita (ghee preparations) and Taila (oil preparations). The preparations in which the siddhars specialized are Chunmna (metallic preparations) which become alkaline, Mezhucu (waxy preparations) Kattu ( preparations which are impervious to the water and flame). For a medicine to be effective, the inorganic substances have to be brought to their atomic form.

The siddhars developed the knowledge of bringing inorganic substances into atomic and ionic form which can be easily absorbed in the system when ground with herbal juices and put in the fire with a calculated number of cow dung cakes. Lakhs of formulations are available in Siddha literatures. Though a few are printed, many are still in manuscripts and palm leaves.

PATHOLOGY IN SIDDHA SCIENCE

Diseases in man do not only originate in himself, but also from the influences, which acts upon him. This may occur through different causes.

1. Derangement of the three humors:

Vazhi, Azal, lyyam, (Air, bile, phlegm) are the three principle humors. Increase or decrease of one or more of the humors will cause disease.

2. Astral influences:

Astral influences do not poison the whole world, but only those places where there are causes for infection. If no germs of disease exist in the atmosphere, in the water or in the human body, the astral influences will cause no harm, but when it exists they may develop diseases.

3. Poisonous substances:

Impure and injurious elements enter the human system in various ways : through food, drink, inhalation or absorption by the skin

 

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English Rendering
by Layne Little


Poetry and Explanation



BHOGAR'S 7000 IS A GUIDED MEDITATION TO ATTAIN ENLIGHTENMENT

Kaapu
He has five hands
and an elephants face.
He has that tusk
like the sweet crescent moon.
He is Siva's son,
the tender leaf of wisdom.
Set within my consciousness
I praise his feet.

1

I praise the feet
of the Elephant-Faced One.
I praise the feet
of God.
I praise the feet
of the mother who gave me birth;
proffering grace
with but a glance.
I praise the feet
of Hari and Brahma.
I praise the feet
of Saraswati.
I praise the Grace-Bestowing Lakshmi's
feet like flowers.
I praise Moolar's feet,
my grandfather
who dwells in
the Sleepless Sleep.
I praise the noble feet
of the kindly Kalangi.
I praise the feet
of the Seers, who have attained
the State of "Without Distinction".
Oh! The fullness of the plentitude of their genuine guard.

2 The History of the Book

It was Siva
who told the 7000.
I just noted down
all of his shastra's secrets.
With seven chapters,
that book
is the King of Gurus;
pouring forth
it's alchemical methods.
I asked for Grandfather's secrets;
and learned
from listening
to the quality
of his direct teaching.
I listened to sweet Kalangi...
and see!
I have put forth
these 7000.

3 Muladhara

By looking
the root seems egg-like in form.
The reason being
is that it is here
that the tri-konam stands.
A ring adorns it's three angles
and outside...
there are four petals.
By approaching
one perceives
the four lotus letters:
the goodly Va,Cha, Sa, Sha.
By diving deep
one discovers
the inner light of the triad...
Om-kaara!
Make an effort,
and within it
you'll find A-kaaram.

4

Upon the A-kaaram
Ganesha stands,
in another angle
the U-kaaram stands,
it is in the U-kaaram
that Vallabai Shakti stands.
And in one tapering corner
there is the plantain flower.
Below the face
of the Bhu-kaaram
is the Kundalini Shakti.
She is like a serpent maiden,
coiled...
And ready to strike.
Having pierced
the Circle's End,
she stands
rejoicing.
This plane
is beyond even
the Sleepless Sleep.

5

This place
is the root level
of existence.
Here stands
a beautiful plantain flower
of eight petals.
To enter
Siva is standing
within her mouth.
The goodly Siva
is just Si-kaaram, isn't he?
Like ten thousand suns.
If your action is base
she simply won't open her mouth
and the flower
will be shut.
Oh Son!
In eight petals
there are eight shaktis.
The shaktis are there
to steal your power.
If you ask what their eight names are,
fittingly so,
they'll be...
"Size of an Atom"
"Float on the Air"

6

They'll be...
"Become Great"
"Be Heavy"
With...
"Eternal Sovereignship"
"Mesmerize"
"Attainment"
And...
"Transmigration"
These eight renowned goddesses
stand in the field,
keeping the petals closed.
Who knows why?
They won't let you see Nandi
and rise up.
But you will drink nectar,
the very substance of sky.
As you breath in
say, "Va",
and immediately hold the breath.
Then puff away.

7

If you puff
and make the eight shaktis swoon
they'll open all the petals
and go staggering off.
By using the heart of the flower
you'll make them obey
the Mother's commands.
Try to enter it,
and if you see Nandi
your yoga is sure to happen.
But if you argue,
she won't open the door.
She'll keep it shut
for ten years.
Fix the breath within
anyway you can.
If it runs to the left,
say "Va".
You'll get it.

8

In obtaining Nandi
one retains the breath
with "A".
If it runs to the right,
say "Si"
and draw it in.
Keep holding
and retaining
with "A".
The six streets
become level
and are clearly perceived.
Raise it up
and it will appear
like the light of a ruby.
My fine fellow,
at the root
you will see the truth.
Stay put.
Vallabai Shakti will come.
She is glorious
and green in color.

9

The green-hued Vallabai
will become sub-servient
and bow down.
She'll tell you
the appropriate time
for the appropriate chakra.
If the basis of Muladhara
is perfected...
You can go anywhere,
wandering freely
throughout the three worlds.
The dull-hued body
will mellow
and shine.
All impurities
will be removed
and the six chakras
will become visible
to the eye.
In the Sleepless Sleep
all subtlety
can be perceived.
Look and see.

10

What is seen
is the eight elements
merging into four.
In a flash
the flame of the root
can be seen.
The light
of the dark flame
will blind the eyes.
This is when
Ganapati
dances before you.
He will give your yoga
the assurance it needs
by saying,
"Take your time."
He'll relate
the True Polymorph Alchemy
and he'll tell you
the very nature of Sadasiva
by saying,...
"Straightness".
If you stop now,
there goes
your yoga.

11

Don't leave thinking it's over.
Remain at the root.
While going
or while staying...
Concentrate the mind.
Be in a place
where you don't have to listen
to the noise
of other's talk.
Procure
fixing the target
by working
from the outside in.
Don't leave out the breath
thinking it's impossible.
Join your mind
to the root,
establishing it there.
Initially
it seems so difficult,
you'll think it's a waste.
But don't just leave.
With ceaseless effort,
merge the mind.
Concentrate.

12

It is difficult
To get accustomed
to thinking in these terms.
But if you enter within and look,
you are sure to see the fire shining...
(That is, until the mind gets scattered.)
If you see the pure light
you will be happy.
The intertwined
Ida & Pingala
will be joined,
and Shushumna
will rise up
in the center.
The ever approaching
Lord of Death
will become frightened
and run far away.
Every day
will seem like a second.
You'll see.

13

Just by being so inclined,
you can easily
perceive the root.
Retain
the good breath.
Then blow and blow.
In the life-sustaining chakra
stand on and on.
My fine fellow,
If you see Nandi,
then you will know alchemy.
To say even one word
is just noisy useless talk.
It's like having a chat
with a corpse in the burning ground.
Only by seeing the light
of the jeweled root
will the golden chain
of the Circle's End
come open.

14

The time
when the Circle's End
is opened,
the mind
will be subdued.
It will be like
a piece of straw
caught
in a whirlpool.
That becomes
the end of all paths
for climbing the chakras.
The eight great siddhis
will manifest.
Without being spoiled
by the sleep
of the Circle's End,
mount the horse
of measured breath.
But if you die
in the Corner of Degradation,
there will be nothing.
The mounting is difficult
so climb on gently.

15

Mount
by making the five senses
into a pestle.
Escape
by transforming A-kaaram
into the mortar.
Cool off
by letting desire
be the form you grind.
Trap the slippery mind.
Gain strength
by remaining still
and then pulverize the mind completely.
Isn't it tumultuous
when you try to spoil it's work?
Heal
by having both yoga
and wisdom.
Without knowing this,
krores have died.

16

Even having worldly wants,
longing for 10,000 human births.
Even with the desire
for fine dining.
Even with being baffled
by the compelling lust for women.
Even with that hunger for gold
that locks men in delusion.
Even with the intoxication
of seeking security in bondage.
The world beckons...
and all
are bewildered.
Yet
people's mouths
go on speaking
of "wisdom".

17

If you say it's over
then nothing's possible.
Just take a close look
at the precious scriptures.
You'll see
that everyone
who suppressed
the breath
died.
Without
killing yourself
by suppressing the breath,
try asking...
At the steadfast center
in the base of the neck
there is a "bag".
Tirelessly
bind breath
within Vayu's house.
Friend,
the donkey
that is bound and tethered
won't run anywhere.
It is within the sixteen
that the soul's beauty
manifests.

18

At the root
is Ganesha's feet.
Firmly placed,
let the breath
be ignited there.
Inevitably,
if the Pranayama
goes wrong,...
just stop.
Then inhale,
bringing the breath
down
to the floor.
The embryonic
unit of time
goes up and up
and the knowledge
of all the specific symptoms
appears.
But
the one
who allows
the backtracking breath
to escape...
He is not a man.
The word for him...
Is "cow".

19

With words
and logic...
you get nothing!
With great strength
hold back the senses
and bind them up.
With great effort
fix the letter
in the two eyes,
establishing the mind
therein.
With a little skill
Breath, the horse,
can be saddled
with Si,
Saddle of the Firm Grip.
With silence,
you can hitch
the horse
to the root.
You need only set
the Circle's End alight
and see!

20

Once ignited...
Dine on honey.
Dine on karpam.
Perfect this body
which is the ancient universe.
Once revealed...
Dine on the heavy Moolikai herb.
Purge yourself of filth,
and in one's face
the light of the eye
goes beyond all limits.
Tilt the head
and cough up the phlegm
from the back of the throat.
Remove that which is unripened
from within the layers
of the six realms.
Once starved...
Cleave the five senses
with the sword.
Don't forget...
Both night and day,
you must fix the breath.

21

Fix the path.
Stand at the root.
Don't forget
to stand in the One.
When your clear...
Shake the base of the tree.
Hopping along...
You can climb upwards.
What a wonder!
You can even climb to the peak!
When you have become accustomed
to igniting the root...
You can cross the river,
leaping beyond the Last Outpost.
Raise the Twelve Inch Flame
and enter it.
Knowing Sound's End
you will reach the goal.

22

By joining the Sahasrara lotus flower
you reach and mount the Moon's sphere.
Entering there...
The sumptuous mind
is plucked
by the one with an elephant's face.
To Vallabai,
she who manifests herself as Kundalini,
to that mother...
Even from far away...
worship those feet
with incense
and many twinkling lamps.
Do service;
and by employing discrimination...
Even from far away...
you can give freely
the Milk of Soma
and can fix Victory's banner.
There at the base
hitch your horse.

23

Once bound,
offer your folded hands
to Mother Kundalini.
Place Ganapati and Vallabai
in your mind
and say...
"Give me the path
to come crashing
against the bud
making it open."
By embracing
the eight sharp-edged shaktis
it's all over.
Gather nectar
and drink.
Friend,
It's by abandoning "doing"
that they open the door.
Take the leap...
Bow down
and praise Nandi's feet.
All the means for rising
will easily manifest.

24

Nandi can come here easily.
Being friendly,
he will give
the eight into eight;
the sixty-four.
The malleable alchemy
will stand before you
with folded arms.
The hidden essence
will appear explicit
and complete.
Happily,
the body reaches the state
where it ceases
to decay.
Fixing thought
you become merged
in Him.
You see
the dance of He,
whom they say
drank poison.
The wonder!
Being merged
in the sound
of his anklets!

25

Being free...
Don't fall
into Longing's fire.
Every day
see Vedanta
to the very end.
Don't engage others
in unnecessary
idle chatter.
Play dumb,
but watch
very very carefully.
Don't kill,
lie,
or spread confusion.
Merge
and thereby mount
the horse
of measured breath.
Don't let the delirious libation
of the ego
destroy you.
Remove illusion.

26

Once removed...
The senses are severed
and completely rejected.
In the morning
push the sleepiness out
and eat...
Lifting in-breath
and out-breath.
Adorn then
the Self
with measures
of breathlessness,
awareness
born of itself.
This is the attack...
and a flood of nectar
comes in response,
so eat...
Strip off your mantle
of attachment
and aversion.
Proffer an even row
of Pranayamas.
Don't forget
to stay firmly set
upon the path.

27

Having done so...
Study the mind carefully
by fixing thought.
Don't let the senses
confuse you.
You'll see Ganesha.
Gather flowers,
do puja,
and knock.
Cultivate mindfulness
and retain the breath.
How suitable...
"Om Shreem Hreem Kleem!"
Higher still, to spell out...
"Gum Gum Ganapati!"
How quickly Nandi shines
like ten thousand suns.
If you see
the light
in the Good Circle...
Death won't dance.

28

In asking
what acts
without desire...
Fine sound
and touch,
form
and smell,
taste unhindered...
All the senses five.
The mind
should go along
the proper path:
Incessantly clinging
to discrimination,
without ever letting go.
You liberate the senses
by chopping them off
and throwing them away.
Touch nothing!
Get rid of your ears!
Don't ask
even a single word!...
Then look all around you.

29

Look around...
And hear yet the test.
Without eyes sparkling
one cannot see the form.
Fire it up and see...
If you keep
the nostrils shut,
the fertile scent
won't be discerned.
Feed it and see...
If you drop salt
into your mouth,
it is completely salty.
One perceives there
only that salty taste.
Cause an ant to climb
and see...
If it climbs slowly
upon your body,
it is knowledge too
that has climbed
to a point
where sensation
is perceived.

30

If you get the mind
to stand separate
from the Self,
then you will have the discrimination
of the Divine Minister of Knowledge.
At your leisure,
engage the mind
in your daily Pranayama.
Rise
and climb upwards.
Inhale in the left nostril,
then let the breath ripen
as you retain it at the root.
Don't fail
to inhale sharply
through the right.
Then keep the breath
standing at the root.
Clearly perceiving the other shore,
climb up and up.

31

It was my Grandfather
who said,
"Climb and see."
But it was
Kalangi Nathar
who gave me birth.
Patanjali,
Viyagiramar,
and Sivayogi Muni
all so rightly said,
"Look!
This is the path!"
They explained
how to mount
and go beyond.
And it was
the Great Mother supreme
who said,
"This is it!"
Having become calm...
I perceived the accompanying experience.
Having experienced...
I have composed 7000.

32

Fixing
the Si-kaaram letter,
Yogis
contemplate it
outside.
But True Knowledge
is not something
to be amassed
and held.
There are those who talk;
bantering,
"Blah, Blah, Blah",
in empty space.
Lingering on...
With just one word,
70,000
have gone to hell.
Entering birth
is being washed out to sea.
But becoming ripened,
the Siddhars all,
speak the Si
within the root.
There,
in contemplation
and meditation
they can see.

33

By meditation and inner restrain
they perform worship.
The sound
of the drum
and the conch
is heard
in the ears.
Those who meditate
hear the sound
of the anklet's
movement.
They see
the performance
of Chidambaara's
great dance.
Those who meditate
drink endlessly
from the torrent
of Satchitananda
that Devi pours forth.
Those who meditate daily
fix the chain
of the firm mind
to Siva & Devi's feet.

34

Once you fix the mind's chain
You need only lock it up
and you will become
joyous bliss complete.
Once locked...
retaining the breath,
they stand
as the Immovable Pillar.
Aiyaa!
In that single instant
when the mind is fixed,
they seek out the Sound's End
in the vastness of space.
Having raised
the Twelve-inch Flame,
it is entered.
There they offer worship
residing at the Sound's End.

35 Svadishtana

Having worshiped the root
and leapt beyond,
one learns that there
is a trepidatious four inches
scaled in the leaping.
The Lord
has made this
Brahma's house.
What is spoken of
as Svadishtana
is it's name.
Superscribed
about it's four circles
there are six petals.
In those petals
there are letters fixed...
Ba, Bha, Ma, Ya, Ra, La.
And appropriately,
the seed in the center
is Na-La.

36

The letter Na
also belongs to Brahma.
But the letter La
is the Earth's seed.
While the letter Bhu
is the dwelling place
of Turiya and the like.
It manifests itself
as the celebrated Veda.
The letter A
is the swan vehicle.
It's color is golden.
One aspect
of Brahma's action
operates upon
hair and bone,
flesh and skin,
and the nerves.
These five.

37

At the side
of Golden-colored Brahma
who rules the five,
stands the deathless Vaani.
Know this!
The protective
Four-faced Lord
who gives
Abaaya & Vatham
is beautiful.
With a yogi's armrest,
waterpot,
and rosary.
With the soft petals
of the lotus
strung onto
a garland of jewels.
With nine telling gems
that adorn his crown.
Perfect your meditation
and stop the breath.
Let the Noble Silence
be the mantra you recite.
There contemplate...

38

Having contemplated...
Meditate upon Saraswati.
Praise her.
To empower your ascent
ask for truth.
She alone
is the mother
who confers all knowledge.
The Treasure of Compassion
the mother who wears the tongue.
Having come before you,
one would be a fool
ever to leave.
Zealously
standing in her presence
one becomes free.
The Virgin Goddess
reveals the perfection
of yoga and alchemy,
immortality and wisdom,
just by batting her eyelids.

39

Having spoken thus...
Meditate,
placing the breath there.
As you pull it in,
say, "Na",
place it,
and then retain it.
The fine letter Na
has given birth
to thousands.
They say it is
the Forest
of Good and Wicked Acts.
They say that
to leave birth behind
one should gather
the appropriate flowers,
perform aarchana,
and sing praises.
Then leave
the holy realm
of the Four-faced One
and enter
the sacred realm
of holy Maal,
who measured
the Earth.

40 Manipura

Holy Maal's house
is six inches
upward.
A fortress
shaped
like the flawless crescent,
surrounded
by ten petals,
white as milk.
The petals I speak of
have ten letters...
Da, Dha, Nna, Ta, Tha, Dda, Ddha
of the tongue;
and the unwavering
Na, Pa, Fa.
In the center
of the element water
stands a Banyan Tree
called Ma.
It's seed: Va
can be realized.

41

In the realized House of Manipura
is where the Sleepless Sleep abides.
The inseparable left-hand side
of the Yajur Veda
is of an undiminishing
crystalline color.
The six ripened tastes
will be perceived.
The five will manifest:
water-like secretions,
marrow & blood,
brain & the excited seed.
There is the great conch,
the chakra,
and the vehicle
Garuda.

42

The vehicle manifests.
As does He,
the one
by Lakshmi's side.
With breath
hold and retain Ma.
With great weight
say, "Om Namo Narayana".
Adjust yourself.
Repeat the name.
Offer your prayerful hands.
This body,
that is all the universe,
the Mother protects.
In the Concealment's Confusion,
the Mother
is spinning round.
Beauty,
all that which compels us,
became the house.
It is the ancient
that resides
within the ripened house.

43

This house
became
the Shakti of Concealment's house.
So many enjoyments
and desire
abandoned
this house.
The withered mind
fretted away in
this house.
All manner of illusion
dwells in
this great house.
Neutral thought destroyed,
lost in a ghost's dance,
the girl is sought,
while wandering about,
throughout
this vast house.
Caste
is completely decimated
in this house.
Become assimilated.
Retain the breath...
And attack!

44

By attacking...
The Flower of the Moon's Orb,
Sahasrara's lotus petals,
are worn.
With all
the remaining incense
and twinkling lamps,
use the mind properly,
do the mental worship.
You can make it happen;
just by saying,
"Grant me the grace
to climb."
Say,
"Grant me the eight siddhis.
Send them to me."
Get rid of the five senses
and the organs along with them.
Say,
"Stop me
from siding with them."
Worship this way.

45

By doing this...
Maal & Lakshmi's
minds will be pleased.
They'll give you the siddhis.
They'll tell you
why it's important
to climb slowly.
They'll tell you
how action
is timely done,
so that you
may gain
the joyous body
beyond death.
They'll tell you the truth
about making your yoga
steadfast.
For subtlety...
They'll announce
from limb to limb
all the aspects
of Ashtanga Yoga,
and how one goes about
employing it
to stir up
the Self.

46 Anahata

Just climb up
eight inches
beyond Knowledge
and listen
for the House of Anahata.
To break in
a triangle stands,
a ripened circle,
and twelve petals.
Consider...
Ka, Kha, Ga, Gha, Nga, Cha, Chha
And that which is named...
Ja, Jha, Nya, Ta, Tha.
For completion
the letters
stand
within the ripened petals.
There is found
the Upwards Sleep.

47

The Shikaara letter
is in the middle.
It is the Aanmai.
It is the element fire,
coppery-red in color.
The fire's seed
is Ram.
The light of Om
is like 10,000 suns.
Rudra and Rudri
stand in the middle.
In asking
what their qualities are...
Veracious eating,
sloth,
fear,
and sleep.

48

As for sleep...
Wake up!
And softly join
the girl.
My friend,
It is Siva & Uma's duty
to give the Five Delights.
Growing upwards
there is
the jeweled throne.
Together with Uma,
He of the Matted Locks,
with deer and club,
and the striped tiger skin.
Effulgent
like 10,000 suns.
He who supports.
Smeared with sacred ash.
God of Gods!
The Compassionate One
wearing a snake
for an ornament.

49

Meditate on him.
Place the breath
at the pillar
and say,
"Om Aam Aum Sivaya Namaha".
Say, "Om"
and there contemplate
the feet
of Mother Rudri.
Make the rigid mind
compatible.
Say, "Aam"
and employ knowledge
to push aside
the five senses.
Say, "The Mother
without beginning or end."
Say, "Give me
the grace
of your glance."
And keep
the cautious mind
in the light.

50

That light is Nandi.
It becomes the vehicle.
It becomes one limb
of the Sam Veda.
Leap over
the Merry Milk of Lust.
Grey hair and wrinkles,
the clouded eye and inert space
are to be destroyed
and wonder
is to be
poured forth.
One who holds to it,
watching His dance,
sees the meager dance
of all wisdom
as a waste.
Retain
with an aim
and watch carefully.

51

Observe carefully...
At the prop
in the middle,
an effulgence
will be seen.
It is just like how,
to the eagle,
the target is visible
even at night.
Concentrate...
Fetter your mind
to His feet.
With knowledge
stay in the stillness.
Systematically...
Ask which path
to climb,
and receive
the 8x8 siddhis.
Being molded...
Listen to all
of the alchemical secrets.
Ask specifically
for the path
to the Perfection of Deathlessness.

52

But without having to ask...
the Moon's Sphere
will be entered.
Without delay...
Pluck a flower
from the vine
and place it
at the feet
of Shiva and Shakti.
The undistorted mind
shall merge
into the soles
of the sacred feet.
Don't just sit there!
Think the mantra!
Think the mantra!
Don't forget the breath!
Fix it
and lock it.
Residue still remains...
Get rid of it!
With incense and lamps
praise God,
and then bid him
"Adieu".
You can climb
easily now.

53 Vishuddha

Having Climbed...
One finds
that there is a twelve inch jump,
a rising,
to the Shrine of Vishuddha.
It transforms itself
into a six-pointed star
and a circle.
The Great One
has sixteen petals
for it's six points.
In the petals
there are letters:
A & Aa
I & Ee
U & Oo
The ever present...
Ru & Roo
Lu with Loo
Becoming the support...
Ae-Ai
Oh-Au
Am-Aha!

54

In the beginning was A,
placed as the first
of the sixteen letters.
In the center
of the six points
the letter Va stands.
In the beginning Va stood
as Maheshwar and Maheshwari.
It is the realm
of the Great Dream.
In the beginning Bhum
became the element wind.
In the beginning
the renowned
seed-syllable Ya
became the Atharva Veda.
With a good mind
one can establish
the vehicle.

55

It is His duty
to establish friendship.
Walking and running,
lying inert
in a drunken stupor,
remaining in stillness,
and being in a state
of equanimity.
Ask the details
for sustaining
these states.
Adorning ourselves,
eating,
listening to our desires,
bubbling with anger,
and fighting...
The baring of these burdens
becomes like a running race.
But if you see
the very flesh
of Om-kaara.
The mouth of the spirit
will open.
Of this I'm sure.
You'll see.

56

Surely,
the Six Tastes
are in the mouth.
These tastes
are only present
in the mouth
and not beyond.
Friend,
the Circle Supreme
is in the base.
The Supreme Base
is ever of fine quality.
The Grand Finale
is pulling out
the eight weeds.
Equally join
the flawless four
into itself.
Undoubtedly,
you'll see
all the chakras.
Friend,
you are invited
to enter into the four.

57

You bring Va
within the four
as food.
The primordial
Om Nama Sivaya
sends breath upwards
into the House of the Wind.
Adding drop by drop,
bound up within
it shan't escape.
With the 16 surfaces
spread wide,
the natural beauty
of the soul
will manifest.
Because of the abundance
of the soul's beauty
one will evoke superbly
and become skilled.

58

Becoming skillful
one relishes the taste.
The soul's beauty remains,
and eight merges into four.
Being in the outer world,
four becomes space.
The beautiful soul
and the intellect
wanes like the moon.
Becoming empty,
grey haired,
and wrinkled;
it dies.
But they will not see
the good soul's departure.
For an instant
the sound
will be discerned
in the neck.
Along with the specifics
of Obscuration's Dance.

59

Standing
in the House of the Wind,
remain still;
and lock the chain
to the Holy Mother's feet.
In the Golden Moon Mandala,
with flowers
salute her.
Worship her feet
and lock the breath.
Say, "Give me the means
to climb up
the steps of the ladder."
Praise the pure
Principle of Intelligence.
Ask the way
to the Perfection of Alchemy,
to the Perfection of Yoga,
to the Perfection of the Great Deathlessness,
vast as space.

60

The path will manifest.
Think the mantra
again and again.
Don't forget
to embrace the breath
and lock it within.
It is attainable by all...
Just say A,
and if you remain
retaining the breath...
Mother and Father
will be pleased at heart.
The path will manifest
and they'll tell you
the alchemical process.
They'll tell you
the process
of climbing with the breath.
Then leave the abode
of the vibrant Maheshwar.
Just rise upwards
going eleven inches above.
Climb.

61 Ajna

Having climbed up
to the center of the eyebrows,
something will stand there
exceeding the vastness
of the universe.
Climb up it's tail.
It is like
a circular house.
There will be a ring
with Ha and La
for it's petals.
Use them
to climb to the center
where you will find
the letter Ya.
Climb upwards with Va,
the elemental seed of the ethers,
and you will find
Manomani and Sadasiva
standing before you.
This state
is the House of Awakening.

62

This house has
the color of the cloud.
It's role
is to cultivate the five:
lust and anger,
withering miserliness,
delusion,
and imposing jealousy.
Come closer
and you'll see
the Four-faced One,
Maal,
Siva,
and Maheshwar
guarding well
the four directions.
But it is Sadasiva that rules,
he is the captain...
And if you've seen the captain,
you've seen everything.

63

If you see the captain,
all of your doubts
will be resolved.
The tunic of desire and differentiation
will be abandoned.
Those who see the captain,
merge with the Mother.
They see the nature
of Satchitananda.
Those who see the captain,
attain the perfections all.
A bandit at the captain's side
can even steal the five colors.
My friend,
the captain cannot be seen
by any other means.
Naturally,...
He'll tell you
how to fix the breath.

64

Having said this,
Ajna will manifest.
In this chakra
relish Manomani
as she is spelled out
before you.
Listen to the mantra
I tell you secretly...
The uniting...
Ka Ea Ee La Hreem
and in the middle...
Ha Sa Ka La Hreem
and then...
Sa Ka La Hreem
These are the three parts
of the Panchadaasakshaari,
the fifteen letters.
Spell them out carefully...
And set yourself
on fire!

65

Being set aflame...
If you see the Mother's feet,
all of your devilish delusions
will be destroyed.
Being fixed...
Eight will be added to four,
and all the siddhi's
of Sound's End
will manifest
in an instant.
Being locked...
You can enter the body
of your loved one.
You can cross the Hair Bridge
over the River of Fire.
Being lengthened...
You come to know that
which needs no support,
and the symbol
becomes clearly defined in thought.

66

To think of it...
-is to absorb the five senses.
-is to have disease,
old age and death,
grey hair and wrinkles
depart.
"Neighing" like a horse...
-one can,
in the blink of an eye,
quickly recapture
the departing soul.
By embracing it...
-one maintains it,
even in the waking state.
-one sees the Mother
dancing with the Father.
Being prosperous...
-those who have perfected
service, action, and yoga
become wisdom itself.

67 The Guru's Feet

You leap behind
even that part of the self
that is the Mother.
Listen
as I tell you
of the Lonely Place
eight inches above.
There
strive to unite
with the Guru's feet...
In the 1008 petals
is the pentacle "Invincible".
All the five...
the A-kaaram,
the U-kaaram,
the M-kaaram,
the full spectrum of vibration,
and the bindu
stand within these five angles.
You will see.

68

Look at the Om-kaara.
It becomes pure light
and rises upwards.
It assumes a form
that is bodiless and undefiled.
Place within it
the spreading breath,
expanding outwards.
If you want the union
to take place,
don't let it run
out of control.
Stop it and see into it.
Let it be said outright...
The thing in the beginning,
the Self
that is the very basis of Vedanta,
one need not even try
to comprehend.

69 Gayatri

It is called
"the Incomprehensible Brahmarantiram".
It is clear as crystal.
The path
cannot be had
by striving.
Eternal,
yet fleeting,
it is without form.
It is Truth...
eternal,
unstained,
and ever full.
This fullness
of Satchitananda
cannot be simply plucked
like a flower.
Rarely spoken of...
It is the Pathless Path:
Niranjanaaya Vidmahe
Niraabaasaaya Dhimahi
Soonukshma Prachodaayat.

70

They being light,
repeat the twenty-four syllables
which stand
as the crystalline gayatri.
Without letting the mind
run along the sense organs path,
call the breath to you,
stop it's movement,
and place it there.
That region
becomes light,
as one in stillness
retains the breath.
Repeat the Chitsarupa Gayatri,
sever earthly birth,
and you will become
absorbed in fullness.
No more going.
No more coming.
Only That
which is manifest.

71 Dwadashanta (the Twelve-inch Flame)

In climbing above
there is the Twelve-inch Flame.
Running along that path,
one divides the eleven and sees...
The gracious Mother Unmai,
with the eight siddhis,...
Parai, full of grace,
and He who is the supreme.
I've clearly revealed these eleven,
and that is not easy...
considering "I", my lowly self,
have not seen it.
But the gracious Nandi
has so nicely established it
in these 7000.
That which "I"
have not seen.

72

You will see
all of the hidden pathways.
It is difficult,
but if you bite
onto the tip of the nose
there will be union.
If you eat without eating
and firmly focus your gaze
within the nape of the neck
you will see what is there.
One sees
that Kundalini Yoga
is not crooked.
Fix your gaze.
You will see
the eleven
and the One.
When you look
into the center,
it is not a coy thing.
There the good Siva
with Rudra
are shining
like 10,000 suns.

73

It all happens
in accordance
with what is written
in the book
that is likened unto the Sun.
When you get acquainted
with how the breath
spreads and flows,
and when you have seen
the Word
that is likened unto the Sky...
All will become fertile,
baring the tender coconut
in vast abundance.
Then one wonders...
"What's the use
of a coconut
to a dog
like me?"
This is the time
to look
upon the goodness
of one's yogic attainments.
Look to the very end
of that
which is Kingly Divinity,
and listen to the method
of the residing breath.

74

Listen.
At the root
you are spewing forth
Va-kaaram.
Down deep
do worship.
Si-kaaram won't leave you.
Breath in.
Breath in for a long time,
then exhale and see...
In the stainless Kundalini
Nandi will be perceived.
My useful friend,
There
see the Word
which comes
from Nandi.
For the great siddhis eight
and jnana...
daily you must place the breath
with the Ma-kaaram mantra.
You have seen
the finer path,
now see
that you
establish it.

75

Being established...
after leaping the root,
one reaches
the Abode of Kanchan.
Being merged,
fix your gaze
upon Va-kaaram.
When Si-kaaram
shines within,
exhale.
Then your past births
will leave you.
Because the proprietous
Four-faced One is seen,
one can take the leap
from Kanchan's abode.
Then embrace
the Realm of Maal.

76

Having embraced Him,
one becomes filled up
with Va-kaaram.
This becomes
the Great Tapas:
exhaling from within
the Si-kaaram.
Being expansive...
The five grey hairs
are removed.
Then you will become
a boy again.
Sixteen years of age
you'll be.
Slithering on,
you can cross over Maal
into Rudra's abode.
Fix awareness
on the sensation of breath
and attack.
Once brought in,
then exhale the Si-kaaram.
The body
will run red
and the siddhi
will manifest.

77

The siddhi being manifest,
leap from Rudra's abode
entering the clear realm
of Maheshwar.
Remain still
and inhale
the elephantine Va-kaaram.
Then from within that
exhale Si-kaaram.
You will become
a ten year old boy.
It is said
that this
is like
becoming
the myrobalam fruit.
Become like a bellows.
Practice Siva Yoga.
You'll have
all the Medicines of Energy
in no time.

78

In no time
you will leap past
Maheshwar's abode.
Stand
in the encircling
Sadasiva.
Position
the irrefutable Si-kaaram
and gaze into it.
The departure
of the Great Awareness
will come to pass.
At the feet of Mother Manomani,
she who will not punish her children,
one should be watchful
with the same care
as when one places the breath.
The True Knowledge,
beyond disdain,
is actually
formless.
The True Fragrance
you are sure
to manifest.

79

If you stand
at the Guru's feet,
Breath,
called, "the Long Siva Yoga",
will be offered as food.
One comes to witness
the Mother's vast plentitude
that is all existence.
The eternal path
of applying
the Va & Sa letters,
being what is on hand,
is applied both here and there.
Intelligently
observe the mind,
and the attainment
will be great.
The fiery poison
that has been removed,
will be severed completely,
and a unique abundance
will manifest
as the Principle of Intelligence.

80 Bhogar's Leap Into the Universe

As the Principle of Intelligence itself
I leapt into the universe.
Nandi clearly elucidated
the nature of the universe.
For the sake of all beings
there is a path
that becomes a vehicle
for the five senses.
The universe that appeared before me
was arranged in layers.
Grandfather said,
"Enter the tenth one."
I took what was given me
and put it in my mouth.
Another bunch
of mercurial amalgams
I tied onto my wrist.
Off I went.
Entering the universe
of fire and light.

94 (In Conclusion)

Invite the breath,
the outer space,
to come within your house.
If you are unwavering,
placing it there
as though you were
putting oil in a lamp,...
They shall meet.
Breath and God
becoming one.
Like wind becoming breath
there is no individual intelligence.
The Great Awareness becomes Siva.
He and breath
merge into one.
It is this light becoming breath
that redeems the soul.
Surely this is the truth
of Siva Yoga!

95

In fact...
There is no perfection
as easy as this...
My dear lad,
there is nothing else!
There have been so very many souls
throughout time, that even if
you searched this whole Earth,
you shan't find them all.
Subtle
and yet of high regard
this breath.
The Sound's End
manifests easily...
The Subtle manifests...
The generous Alchemists,
the Siddhars,
the Rishis,
the Yogis...
They are like the breath.
There is nothing to be accomplished.
Turn back
and look.

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WHAT IT ALL MEANS...

Kaapu ("protection")

Tamil works, like most Hindu works, often begin with an opening invocation to Ganesha, the Lord of Obstacles.
This same verse appears as the Kaapu of Tirumoolar's Tirumantiram, but some believe that it is a latter addition. As to whether Bhogar selected this verse as his opening is also in question.
The fifth hand of the elephant-headed god is the Tutikai, his trunk. I mention this only to point out some of the associations of Ganesha's trunk in the Saiva Siddhanta tradition...
A lovely verse of Moolar's dealing with the Kundalini's mysteries makes reference to the Tutikai...

"Left hand.
Right hand.
Both hands...
Change!
If you eat
With the Hand of Worship
you need not be depleted.
If you abandon sleep
and become a realized adept
you need not die.
You can live forever."

Tutikai means "the elephant's trunk" but it's literal meaning is a combination of the verb tuti "to worship" and kai "hand", "the Hand of Worship".
Tirumoolar here speaks of eating amrita, the nectar of immortality, "the very substance of sky". When you eat with the left or right hand, with ida and pingala nadi, you dine upon the dual throng. Pleasure and pain is served in endless helpings, and your menu is limited.
When one allows the prana to stretch forth the Tutikai one can reach nectar. Ganesha seated in Muladhara, can, with his trunk, that is Shushumna Nadi scoop up helpings of nectar on one's behalf.

1

Bhogar refers to Moolar (Tirumoolar) when speaking of his grandfather "dwelling in the Sleepless Sleep".
Throughout the tradition the Siddhars speak with supreme reverence for the fourth state: Turiya, "the Sleepless Sleep".
There are four primary states of consciousness:

1. Nanavu: IA Jaagrat "the waking state; consciousness"
2. Kanavu: IA Swapna "the dream state; sub-consciousness"
3. Tookam: IA Sushubdi "the deep sleep state; unconsciousness"
4. Turiya: IA Turiya "the conscious sleep state; the sleepless sleep"

The first three states are within the sphere of our daily experience, while the fourth state is accessed only when the mind, ever imposing definitions, ever striving to organize phenomena, becomes quiet, entranced, at rest, 93"asleep". While consciousness, pure and unsullied by assumption, becomes awake to objective reality, and stands as a witness to life, essentially as it is.
"And Mind too is unconscious according to Vedanta. For all that is not the conscious self is the unconscious object. This does not mean that it is unconscious in itself. On the contrary all is essentially conscious, but that it is unconscious because it is the object of the conscious self. For mind limits Consciousness so as to enable man to have finite experience. There is no Mind without consciousness as it's background, though supreme Consciousness is Mindless (Amanah). Where there is no mind (Amanah), there is no limitation. Consciousness remaining in one aspect unchanged changes in its other aspect as an active Power which manifests as Mind and Body. Man then is Pure Consciousness (Cit) vehicled by its Power as Mind and Body."
This enigmatic forth state is this limitless consciousness Sir John Woodroffe speaks of in his The Serpent Power, but there is a fifth state even more of an enigma than The Sleepless Sleep. Rarely spoken of, they call it Turiyaatitam "Beyond the Sleepless Sleep". It is the super-conscious state, the universal mind, where there is no object, only one vast and luminous self-awareness that contains within it all things.

2

The poet begins by informing his readers that those secrets contained within his verse are what he apprehended while seated in the presence of the Divine, as though Siva himself gave Bhogar a glimpse of some sacred work, written by the very hand of God, and containing all of the secrets of the universe.
As mentioned earlier, these eighty-two verses are taken from Bhogar's collection of 7000 which, he tells us here, he has drawn from "the divine book" that maps out the movement of the individual awareness through all of the thousand-fold manifestations of spirit on each of the seven planes. Hence his reference is presented in seven chapters, a thousand verses each.
In The Poets of the Powers, Kamil Zvelbil gives us a list of the names of twenty-five Tamil Siddhas and their caste-origin which he acquired through some unspecified source. Popular legend speaks of Bhogar as being of Chinese origin. Most scholars dismiss this claim as hear-say, yet Zvelbil presents this one obscure and vital thread which substantiates this legend.
Bhogar's caste is listed as Cinatecakkuyavar, 'a Chinese potter'. His guru Kalangi also appears on the list as Cinattuacari, 'a Chinese preceptor'.
Perhaps Bhogar's relationship with Kalangi began in the old country in some Chinese Tantric school. Certainly many of Bhogar's verses convey a faint whispering of Taoist thought, not to mention the outstanding correspondences found between the Siddhar tradition & the Taoist alchemical schools of the period.
Kalangi was a poet in his own right, composing the Kalangi Nanavinda Rahasiyam-30, and using his other name Kamalamuni, he composed the Kamalamuni Nanasuttiram-76.

3

"By looking
the root seems egg-like in form."

The word Moolam can mean either "root" or "source". It refers to the Muladhara, the chakra or nerve plexus found at the base of the spine. The Muladhara is the starting point of the journey of consciousness, as awareness is propelled up the Shashumna Nadi by the force of the awakened Kundalini energy which lies in its dormant state in Muladhara.
In speaking of Muladhara and this journey of consciousness the great tantric dictum

"What is here is everywhere.
What is not here is nowhere."

becomes essential to understand the process of the transmutation of consciousness, where the beginning is the perfect reflection of the end.
When Bhogar begins his description of this journey of consciousness he begins at its root, Muladhara. He describes the root as being egg-like. The expression he uses is another Tamil word adopted from the Sanskrit. The word Anndam carries a double meaning. One being "egg", which implies unmanifest potential; while the other, "universe", represents the completeness of that potential made manifest. So this opening verse could also be translated...

"By looking
the root is like the universe."

The movement of consciousness is like the movement of sound. Like a single note alighting on the air. It's essential quality does not change, it expands. How does consciousness, a solitary point of awareness, this primordial egg, become the universe?
"Nada is the first produced movement in the ideating cosmic consciousness leading up to the Sound-Brahman (Sabda-Brahman), whence all ideas, the language in which they are expressed (Sabda), and the objects (Artha) which they denote, are derived.
"Bindu literally means a point and the dot (Anusvara), which denotes in Sanskrit the nasal breathing. It is placed in the Chandra-bindu nasal breathing above Nada. In its technical Mantra sense it denotes the state of active Consciousness or Shakti in which the "I" or illuminating aspect of Consciousness identifies itself with the total "This". It subjectifies the "This", thereby becoming a point (Bindu) of consciousness with it."

4

There is a universe within a speck of dust or a single grain of sand; universes within universes. Likewise the whole universe flows within the sap of the root Muladhara.
By diving deep one discovers the light of Om-kaara; a triad of sound that creates, sustains, and dissolves the universe. It is a triad of the three sacred letters that unite to form the cry of the living universe, "A-U-M". All things born, all things living, all things dying are contained within the sounds that form this triangle at Muladhara.
Shashumna, like the sacred thread, the holy vestment of the Brahmin, is said to be a three-fold, one within the other: Shashumna (the subtle),Vajra (the jewel or thunderbolt), and the innermost Chitrini. In the tantric work Sat-Chakra-Nirupa it says that near the mouth of Shashumna's inner nadi, Vajra, and at the pericarp of the Muladhara "there shines the beautifully luminous and soft, lightning-like triangle which is Kama-rupa" (i.e. that which causes Kama, "desire/love" to be felt). The triangle is said to contain a wind (Vayu) named Kandarpa which holds within the three points of the triangle every point in the universe. Kandarpa is a name of Kama, the God of Love.

"The ignorant prate that Love and Siva are two,
But none do know that Love alone is Siva.
When men but know that Love and Siva are the same,
Love as Siva, they e'er remain."

The three points of the triangle are formed by the movement of sound from A to U to M. The pure awareness of Siva encompassing all pours forth and is expressed in the dynamic power of Shakti which manifests as matter, the field in which consciousness plays.

"By One letter all worlds became;
By Two letters (A&U), He the Two became Siva and Shakti;
By Three letters (A,U,&M), He the light became;
By letter M was Maya ushered in."

When beginning the journey at the root of consciousness, Bhogar tells us that one meets the masculine principle standing upon the syllable A in the form of Ganesha, the Lord of Gateways. His consort Vallabhai Shakti stands upon U and a line unites them. Their union bares an issue. Bhogar tells us that this issue is each one of us, we who stand upon the syllable Bhu, we who stand upon the Earth.
Instead of using the Ma that is Maya the Mother, he uses Bhu that is the Sanskrit word for the Mother Earth, or perhaps he intended to employ a purer Tamil reading of the character. Then it would read as "Pu", perhaps inferring the Tamil word for flower "Poo". Whatever was his intent (that clever fellow stacked the deck with endless layers of hidden meaning) he chose to draw attention to the lower point of the triangle, draw attention to the birth of all manifestation as the plantain flower.

"And in one tapering corner
there is the plantain flower."

Leaving out the Ma, he says that here beneath the face of Bhu, at the very root of earthly existence, one finds the Kundalini Shakti, dangerous and serpentine. Just to bring awareness here is enough to make her enter Shashumna. Just to bring awareness here is to reach the root of consciousness; that place beyond even the sleepless sleep.
Shashumna in Sanskrit means literally "the Subtle"; while Sulimulai, the Tamil word for Shashumna Nadi, means "the Circle's End". This term perhaps refers to the circle around this triangle from which Shashumna rises upwards, or perhaps the term infers that Shashumna is the path through which one escapes the endless cycle of death and rebirth.

5-6

Numerologically, the number eight refers to the initial interaction of the four basic elements that leads to their diffusion into the multitude of manifest forms that constitute this universe. As long as the basic elements are perceived in their essential state consciousness is unified, but once this interaction takes place (at least at far as perception & interpretation in concerned) consciousness is diffused into the permutations of manifest matter and thus subject to the limitations of nature's laws.
Manifestation is presided over by 8 Shaktis, who are personifications of the 8 siddhis (siddhi meaning "power" or "perfection"). These Shaktis stand outside of, yet dictate, nature's laws and the laws of human limitation. To perceive the root level of existence (to perceive manifest matter, this Earth, reduced to its 4 essential elements and their initial eight-fold interaction) is to look over creation from the outside in. It is to see the clockworks of the universe and sidestep the barrier that superscribes manifestation.
This state is one of vast perspective; it just precedes the dawning of true wisdom, and it is this lack of wisdom which puts the Yogi in a dangerous position... where the shaktis may try to steal one's power.
This danger, this temptation of the 8 siddhis, may be explained thus: Imagine having the insight born of closely observing the constituents of all the circumstances that cause the varieties of human response. We are the products of our environment. Our environment defines who we are. Our sense of self, our sense of who and what we are, arises in response to a set of ever changing circumstances. What if one were to perceive that pattern, manipulate those circumstances and, by extension, the outlook of others for personal gain? What drastic repercussions would ensue?
When gaining this initial perspective over the fundamental laws that govern the universe's operation one is tempted by these Shaktis to disregard such laws and to misuse one's insight, abandoning the path of integrating the individual self into the Absolute.
These siddhis are mentioned again and again in India's vast & varied array of literatures. An examination of these 8 siddhis complemented by a study of the writings of Mystics and Yogis reveals that, though these powers are predominantly taken at face value to infer an ability to manipulate matter and influence external phenomena through an act of will, these siddhis conform perfectly to the various narratives of the inner experiences of the Mystic. To the Mystic, the descriptions of these siddhis speak of the way in which consciousness, unfettered by linear thinking, becomes malleable, flows out and returns, expands and contracts, how it, by its own nature, adjusts and harmonizes itself to the occilations of circumstance. It (consciousness) savours any object placed within its scope by pouring itself into that object, becoming all that the senses perceive, all that the mind creates, and still its essential nature remains constant and its purity undefiled.
The siddhis are always spoken of as a great stumbling block, something extremely dangerous, and yet a precious commodity; not as "the goal" in and of themselves, but as a tool for perceiving the vastness of existence both subjectively and in its entirety.
Tirumoolar describes the siddhis in verse 668 of the Tirumantiram...

"To become tiny as the atom within atom (Anima)
To become big in unshakable proportions (Mahima)
To become light as vapour in levitation (Laghima)
To enter into other bodies in transmigration (Prapti)
To be in all things, omni-pervasive (Prakamya)
To be lord of all creation in omnipotence (Isatvam)
To be everywhere in omnipresence (Vasitvam)
---These eight are the Siddhis Great."

Bhogar introduces them much more dramatically, personified as eight formidable ladies occupying the eight petals of the plantain flower; hidden at the root of consciousness. They govern over nature's law, limiting the self, defining the multiplicity of form, restricting the flow of consciousness. They are, on the gross level, the latent tendencies of the mind, it's movement & processes.
Bhogar recommends the Yogic discipline of pranayama, breathing with intent, to win them over, to soften their rigid grasp, and to set their liberating aspects in motion.
At the root one finds Siva by entering the mouth of the serpent. A foreboding image which foreshadows the coming confrontation with the infinitude of one's own being.
He is hidden in the heart of the flower. If, through the breath, awareness can be turned upon itself, Nandi (Siva) is seen. One then finds the center of all phenomena. Then the flow and expansion of consciousness can be directed by one's own will, irrevocably united to the will of the Great Mother... "You'll make them [the eight shaktis] obey the Mother's commands."
To enter within the plantain flower, one cannot reach there by striving. Awareness must simply settle into its natural state. No amount of "effort" can make this depth of meditation be achieved. The mind cannot be convinced to become silent and receptive. Internal argument only compounds the problem. This is why Yoga has developed a vast system of means to rectify and pacify the mind's internal struggle.
Bhogar in verse number six gives the first piece of the puzzle in relating his system of pranayama. This system, which applies the sacred Panchakshara mantra to well established Yogic breath manipulations, reinforces the traditional breathing practices by engaging the mind in mental repetition of the Panchakshara syllables. This becomes just difficult enough to demand the mind's full engagement and complete concentration on repeating the mantra in proper sequence with the movement of the breath.
One begins this practice by drawing in the breath with the syllable Va. The breath is to be then immediately retained by the mental utterance of Ya. As the mantra is spoken in the mind, one shifts the breath into the lower diaphragm and fixes awareness at the base of the spine. The mind is held steadfast at the root and, before one feels light-headed (the breath is controlled, but never repressed), one exhales with the mantra Si.
Si-Va's name becomes the out and in flowing breath. The syllable A (transformed into Ya through Tamil's grammatical law of sandhi), the first sound to issue from primordial stillness, is the mantra of retention. Release with Si. Invite the breath to come within by mentally repeating the mantra Va (the Tamil word meaning "come"). Using Si-Va's name to concentrate the mind, breath begins to deepen in equal measure. After some time, as one becomes calm and listens to the sound of the breath flowing in and out, one begins to hear the syllables Va & Si being made spontaneously by the movement of breath. Va-Si in Tamil means "breath". Siva is hidden within vasi.
Bhogar's "puffing" practice helps to take firm hold of the mind's reigns, giving focus and direction to thought by flooding the brain with oxygen, opening the neural network, and energizing cellular activity in a sudden and dynamic way. The technical term of this practice is Kapala Bhati ("Skull Shining") and as one of the Four Purifications is an ideal way of beginning one's daily Yoga practice.
"Kapala Bhati is a series of forced exhalations: Exhale and inhale quickly and lightly through both nostrils. Emphasize the exhale, letting the inhalation come as a natural reflex.. After one series of exhalations, which should last no longer than one minute, rest and breath naturally. Then repeat."
Kapala Bhati produces a rather intoxication effect in the practitioner, making the mind (and the eight shaktis) swoon. The flood of oxygen to the cells of the body and the brain is exhilarating. This practice wakes one up, centers awareness, focuses concentration, and is an excellent preliminary to meditation.
Another "puffing" practice similar to Kapala Bhati is Bhastrika or "Bellows" which also offers the same "mental cleansing" effect. To practice Bhastrika one must be vigorous, not pausing between in-breath and out-breath.
Throughout, both in-breath and out-breath should be of equal duration, so begin by breathing slowly, balancing in-breath and out-breath while fixing awareness at the point where the air first passes into the nostrils, focusing on that sensation. As the in-breath/out-breath duration becomes balanced, one speeds up the breathing process to a point where the intensity of air flow is short and quick with a distinct feeling of impact as breath is drawn in and then pushed out with the contraction of the diaphragm. When this practice reaches a crescendo of speed and intensity (after about 20-25 exhalations), inhale slowly and completely and retain the breath as long as it is comfortable. This practice is the bellows that fans the alchemical fire of the Kundalini.

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Here Bhogar introduces perhaps the most important pranayama practice of all: Nadi Shodanam or "Alternate Nostril Breathing". This practice is centered directly upon balancing the flow in the Ida & Pingala Nadis. This practice has had such a profound effect on its practitioners that its use has spread into Brahminical tradition and is employed by the priest at the beginning of each Hindu rite to focus the mind, unify & direct the flow of prana through the body, and aid in balancing and maximizing air intake for correct recitation of the mantra hymnals.
The practitioner uses the thumb and fingers of the right hand to alternate the flow of air through the right & left nostrils. Placing the hand in the form of the Vishnu mudra the left nostril is closed as one breathes in through the right. Through contraction of chest and abdomen, the air is shifted downwards towards Muladhara and retained, as the right nostril is then closed.
Then, through intention or visualization, breath is shifted to the left side of the body, allowed to rise, and be expelled through the left nostril. One then breathes in through the left, shifts and retains the breath, and exhales through the right. The practice continues repeating itself in this manner. Before beginning this practice it is good to ascertain in which nostril is the air flow predominant. Bhogar offers a mantra prescription for the imbalanced flow of air in the nostrils.

8

"The six streets
become level
and are clearly perceived."

As awareness is refined through the pranayama practice, the spectrum of the various states of consciousness becomes apparent. The work at Muladhara is perfected through perceiving the manner in which the mind moves and expands. It is like a gymnasium where the fluidity of awareness is exercised.
Before the Yogi can move on from Muladhara he must integrate the expansiveness of his awareness with the physical constraints of the body, the inconsistency of the emotions, and the restlessness of the mind. All of the realms must be brought together, reduced to their essence, and traced back to the root. No aspect of life can be overlooked. The aspirant must simplify the manner in which he perceives existence until all facets can be addressed with the same complete attentiveness. Bhogar presents a set of equations in this work that define these facets or movements of the mind.

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Vallabai here embodies the Kundalini Shakti itself. Because when a personalized relationship is established with the energy personified than one "listens" with more care and understanding to it's natural movement and need not fear the premature expansion of consciousness.
By becoming a balanced and integrated individual on the earth plane, the root (Muladhara) of the whole person is properly nurtured and set in balance with nature. The body gains added lustre as the mind becomes calm, clear and receptive, entering the Turiya state where all the various levels of phenomenal existence becomes easily apprehended.

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The eight constituents sub-divide back into the fundamental state of the four elements (earth, wind, fire, & air). These are the prime building blocks of manifest existence. Awareness withdraws deeper within as the mind's functions are quieted by the simplicity of a universe composed, in it's entirety, of only four basic elements. Without the interference of restless and undirected thought, awareness is contracted and refined, like the sun's light focused and intensified through the magnifying glass of the concentrated mind. Focused on the root (metaphorically) it ignites.
The four petals of the Muladhara plexus are clusters of nadis each baring (at least in a symbolic sense) an elemental characteristic. These four elements become the kindling that fuel the fire (the aroused Kundalini) in which Ganesha dances out this divine play that is existence.
In Tantric Yoga and the Siddhar Yoga system the aspirant begins at Muladhara to set about recreating the universe inside himself in all it's panoramic glory: from the first spark of creation, dividing and expanding into this web of "becoming" and culminating into the ultimate dissolution in the "un-chakra" Sahasrara, where all the possible permutations of manifestation are represented as the thousand petals united in a single blossoming flower.
Although a great portion of Bhogar's work is devoted to the alchemical science, his reference here to "the True Polymorph Alchemy" has little to do with the act of changing base metals into gold. It is common for the Siddhars to speak of the awakening of the Kundalini with alchemical terms.

"Honey-like semen is the mercury
The controlled breath is the herb
The fire at Muladhara is the oven
The product is the Philosopher's Stone
Oh man! Find this stone in the body
And fly in the sky at will."

The True Polymorph Alchemy is the attainment of the ability to let the awareness, having become malleable and unfettered by the mind's distinctions, flow into and become all that comes to perception's doorstep. When an object is perceived the aspirant does not employ the mind to judge it's intrinsic qualities and functions. Nor is the mind used to reinforce a sense of "self" by defining the relationship of subject to object. This kind of inference is an intrinsic quality of the mind's functioning. It makes us all products of our environment. All victims of the pathways of interpretation that thought takes in organizing and structuring the information gathered by the senses. The sum total of this information and the way in which it is organized in the deeper recesses of the mind not only forms our conception of "reality" and molds the ego, it also dynamically affects our perception and interpretation of all new input that flows in through the senses. This information is filtered by the intellect, and immediately becomes subject to our habitual and reactionary system of interpretation. We are creatures of habit. Our patterns of thought have a tendency to get caught in a rut, which the movement of the same recurring set of thought patterns digs deeper and deeper. As we grow older, it becomes more and more difficult to open up new pathways of intellectualization. "You can't teach an old dog new tricks" or assimilate new ways of thinking, and so we suffer and stagnate in a dreary world which the mind has dug out for us.
Often by adulthood, the mind, grown sluggish and morose, hounds us with its fears of change, lack of breadth, inflexibility, and its stubborn complacency to remain stuck within the confines it has imposed upon us. Life loses its vitality and spontaneity, and best we can hope for is a little distraction from our monotonous life struggling and stumbling through our pathetic little world.

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"While going
or while staying...
concentrate the mind."

In action or in inaction, while seated in meditation or surrounded by the hustle and bustle of the marketplace, mindfulness of breath and concentration of mind should be applied. Yoga, and particularly the Tantric teachings, are of use only if applied to every aspect of life. Meditation is not meant for giving sanctuary or escape. It is to be practiced continuously, bringing a receptive quality to awareness, and bringing the care, sensitivity, and attention to detail that our precious human existence deserves. Meditation is not a particular way of sitting or thinking. Nor should it be some vain struggle to subdue the mind. It is a quality of seeing, embracing what is with eyes wide open. Not judging, not daydreaming, not resisting, just a simple and effortless acceptance of things wherever and in whatever circumstance we find ourselves.
"Be in a place where you don't have to listen to the noise of others talk." Bhogar seems to be advising his readers to disregard what others say, and let one's own insights and understanding be the guide. Let one trust in one's self. Let one make an assessment of reality that is not compounded by the judgements of others, or even the mind, as in the Meyjnanapulampal ("the Wailing of True Wisdom"), where Battiragiriyar cries out the great Siddhar adage: "Arivai Arival Arinthu" ("to know knowledge by knowledge") in verse twenty-four.

"Forgetting trivial happiness,
Knowing knowledge by knowledge itself,
when shall I cut off this cycle
of falling into wombs."

The knowledge of transmigration from body to body and becoming an Ascended Master - living at a higher plane of existence out of the body, of which he speaks of is apprehended only by personal experience. This is the difference between "believing" and "knowing", between that which is "learned" and that which is truly "understood".  Get this in..

THE Macrocosmic Orbit Initiation 4 of Level 1 of Energy Enhancement

 

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Just by balancing the flow of breath in the right and left nostrils, directing (through visualization) the breath's movement to the spine's base, and fixing the mind in Muladhara, the fire of Kundalini is kindled and the streams of Prana in the Ida and Pingala Nadis unite pouring into the Shashumna Nadi. The passage of time becomes meaningless as the mind merged with the root remains perfectly balanced in the immediate present.

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Another interpretation of the Tamil word "Sulimunai" would have "the circle's end" of the Energy enhancement Supra-Galactic Orbit - could be rendered as "the spiral's end" as these energy flows have spirals of magnetic energy flowing around them.

Shushumna is the nadi that rises up from the serpent coiled 3.5 times around the base chakra which is the root of the divine in man. Beneath it is Kundalini Chakra, base of the Antahkarana the cosmic pillar, axis mundi, the axis upon which the world turns. The lingam is a word representing the Antahkarana and thus people can get stuck in sex rather than enlightenment as they do not understand the difference.

The word munai in Sulimunai is the same word translated here as "corner" in Ilimunai- "the Corner of Degradation".
"The Sleep of the Circle's End" and "dying in the Corner of Degradation" are in both cases referring to the same danger. This is the other end of the Circulation of the energies, this body, this world, this realm of existence, the base of the antahkarana, the physical body, the Penis.

The Lingam also means Penis as in Penis of Osiris - the obelisk cleopatras needle or Penis of Shiva - Shivalingam or the representation of the Antahkarana column which stretches between heaven and earth through an infinity of chakras connecting with God. We are that Antahkarana. Thou art That!  Antahkarana.

And the whole world of sex magic and sexual alchemy and sexual tantra as it is currently taught is based upon this falsity where the lingam talked about in the Sacred texts is not the Antahkarana which extends out of the physical body to the spiritual chakras above the head. 

In the world of Sex Magic the Lingam/Penis base of the column of the spine is talked about but this is the lower end of the circulation of the energies, The "Corner of Degredation"  This is the physical Penis of the base Chakra which teachings havebeen promulgated by bad people whose aim is to distract and collect helpers with dreams of sex, power, psychic powers and the ability to transmigrate from one body to another for eternity.  The realm of these bad people includes sex, drugs and Rock and Roll.

Eventually the helpers who have now increased their psychic energies and their psychic powers and become proud through the magical training are betrayed, implanted and used as prize energy cows - because they have more energy and through being implanted with vampire blockages which feed energy back to the bad people - and control implanted slaves who do the psychic bidding of their masters. Energy Enhancement is the way out for these types of people.

The Antahkarana is the hub of the wheel of Samsara. It is the axis mundi, cosmic world axis of the spine stretching out to infinity, upon which our senses and organs of action turn round. It is the center of our universe, intimate and accessible to all. The great Siddhar saint of the nineteenth century, Ramalingar, described his journey up the antahkarana in a thirty-two verse poem which begins by describing the spine as a mountain of light, the mythical mount Meru, abode of the gods, Olympus of the East...

"A mountain of light appeared.
Mother, in it there was a street.
There was a street!"

Shushumna is the street that climbs the mountain of the spine, which is a small part of the antahkarana to the chakras above the head but until the Kundalini awakens, the spine and penis keeps us firmly chained to the earth, to the realm of matter, the "Corner of Degredation"  with the golden chain of attachment and aversion, the sweet and bitter fruits of the Tree of Life.

 

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The word munai in Sulimunai is the same word translated here as "corner" in Ilimunai- "the Corner of Degradation".
"The Sleep of the Circle's End" and "dying in the Corner of Degradation" are in both cases referring to the same danger. This is the other end of the Circulation of the energies, this body, this world, this realm of existence.

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The awareness anchored in the quietude (of A-kaaram) at the top of the higher chakras, observes the mind's endless array of responses to sense objects, watches patiently and without concern the pushing and pulling of the mind. When one's very center is detached and still, the mind cannot help but to follow suit and become calm, but at the outset it is one restless and "slippery" fish-- try to take hold of it and it will slip through your fingers. Hold it gently, however, giving it room to roam, and it can be contained in the vastness of a more spacious awareness.

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Here Bhogar makes a striking observation:

"Even with the intoxication
of seeking security in bondage
The world beckons...
and all
are bewildered."

We live in fear, struggling day by day to hoard up wealth and resources so that we can endure. But wealth and resources must be protected, property and livestock require upkeep and maintenance, and business needs careful strategy and hard work.
Our fear and our struggle then extends beyond the maintenance of our bodies. Life's demands grow and expand beyond our daily needs. Simple necessities quickly become very complicated. We forget the freedom of simplicity and embrace instead "security in bondage".
The problem isn't in working hard or having too much. The problem is living in fear and forgetting to savour our precious and fleeting existence. Insecurity and fear wield the whip that drives us to struggle on and on, rather than letting love of life transform all we do into the simple joy of existence, of participating in life instead of fighting against the inevitability of death.

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The practice of Pranayama should always be comfortable if not euphoric. One need never suppress the breath. Pranayama should not be an act of effort or a struggle. The body knows instinctively what it requires and so the Pranayama practitioner should always remain attentive & listen to the body's needs.
A mastery of the Ujjayi Pranayama (the "Victorious Breath") is a crucial aid in controlling the breath. The practice helps to reveal the terrain of the respiratory system. Ujjayi is the principle practice used to control the flow of prana.
"Ujjayi means 'victorious'; by this pranayama one can gain control over prana. This pranayama has a heating effect. Before doing ujjayi it is helpful
to wash the tongue and rinse the throat to loosen phlegm."
This instruction in the practice of the Ujjayi Pranayama comes from Baba Hari Dass' Ashtanga Yoga Primer. Like Baba Hari Dass, Bhogar also recommends cleansing the throat as one aspect of purification in preparation for daily practice.
"Close the mouth and inhale through both nostrils, slightly tightening the glottis by bending the head forward to produce a choking sob, accompanied by a slight sniff. it should sound like a child sobbing. In the beginning one can inhale in five sobs; when it is perfected the sobs can run into each other. Hold the breath in the upper part of the chest for two to three seconds, then close the right nostril, and exhale through the left. Immediately after exhalation, inhale again through both nostrils and repeat. Begin with ten rounds and increase to forty over a period of three months.
"Note: One may also exhale through both nostrils." (Which is the more common practice.)
This practice is extremely useful in defining where the breath moves and shifts in the body. The sensation of the breath's movement during practice is intense and will help to quite effortlessly draw the mind along the breath's passage through the respiratory system. Sensation in the region of the throat is especially pronounced. Here is where one gains a sense of "the bag" that Bhogar mentions.
His reference here to Vayu's House (the house that rules the air element) is allocated to the throat chakra (Vishuddha). Unlike the attributions given in other schools, Bhogar has designated Vishuddha to govern air rather than Anahata. The reader will note that Bhogar's elemental attributions for the chakras transpose the more common allocations of the Sat-Cakra-Nirupu up one level, leaving Muladhara without clear definition, an ambiguous root from whence the muddied mixture of elements rise up to levels of purer expression as blossoms on the vine.
Jalandhara Bandha (Throat Lock) binds the breath after inhalation, "tethers the donkey," by simply tilting the head forward and pressing the chin tightly into the hollow of the neck. Baba Hari Dass points out that, "According to Yoga physiology a subtle nectar flows from sahasrara chakra, falls to manipura chakra, and is consumed by gastric fire. Jalandhara bandha prevents the nectar from falling, which brings calmness, long life, and good health. Thus the name jalandhara, which means 'cloud-holding, receptacle of vital fluid'."

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As breath and mind becomes firmly fixed at the root, one becomes balanced, standing at the hub of the wheel of change. Here time looses all meaning. A single moment seems to stretch on into eternity as the mind teeters precariously towards it's old tendencies of habitual response and other conditioned modes of thinking. The mind struggles to thrust up images before the immovable awareness. These images reveal "the specific symptoms" of latent pathways along which the mind moves and in which the mind is stuck, unable to divert it's course of movement to new and broader avenues of perception.

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The mantra of Ajna, the third eye chakra, is "Om". Yogis, when seated in meditation, will roll up the eyes and fix the awareness at the point between the brows. The Tamil character for Om resembles a peacock standing on one leg with its tail fanned out. The Siddhar Ramalingar makes use of this image in one of his verses describing his experiences in meditation:

"Up in the sky
I saw the peacock's dance
The peacock became a cuckoo, sister.
The peacock became a cuckoo."

In the thoughtless space between the brows he saw the Om-kaara vibrating. It manifests as sound resounding (the cuckoo). Often in the quietude of meditation, one will discern the sound in the ears. Mystics around the world describe it variously as the voice of angels, running water, the chirping of crickets, the tinkling of bells, or the humming of bees. Bhogar mentions the phenomenon of hearing the sound, as he begins the movement from Muladhara to Svadishtana, in verse 24 as the sweet chime of God's anklets as He dances out this play of existence:

"The wonder!
Being merged
in the sound
of His anklets."

Ajit Mookerjee, in Kundalini: the Arousal of the Inner Energy, describes the specific sounds heard in each of the five lower chakras, "When Kundalini awakens, the aspirant listens to cosmic sound. When the Kundalini leaves Muladhara, he hears the chirping of a cricket; when he crosses to Svadishtana, the tinkling of an anklet; in the Manipura, the sound of a bell; at the Anahata, the music of a flute, and finally, when Kundalini crosses to Vishuddha, the cosmic sound Om, the first manifestation of Shiva-Shakti as Sonic Consciousness. The proper knowledge and understanding of Sonic Consciousness leads to the attainment of Supreme Consciousness."

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"Time was when I despised the body;
but then I saw the God within.
The body, I realized, is the Lord's temple;
And so I began preserving it with care infinite."

The Siddhar Yoga system, as with other schools of Yoga that grew out of the Tantric traditions, is a holistic system intended to transform the person on all levels: spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical. Purification of the body has often been a prerequisite before the more advanced Yoga practices can be perfected. Emphasis on the necessity of the well-being of the physical instrument has led the Siddhars to develop a vast system of herbal medicines and other prescriptions for preventative maintenance geared towards giving the practitioner good health and longevity.
Karpams are predominantly used for longevity, but these mysterious medical preparations, composed of herbs, metal oxides, and arsenics, are also said to confer siddhis to the user. "Application of herbs for the attainment of siddhis is mentioned even in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. In the Tamil Siddha works, these Karpams are recommended as an adjunct to the Kundalini Yoga practice."
I must confess that I have been unable to find any reference to what "the heavy Moolikai herb" actually is, but it is common for the earlier Siddhar medical terms and their names for herbs to be forgotten. Nonetheless, Siddhar medicine is becoming more and more in vogue in present day Tamil Nadu as scores of clinics open and practitioners gain wider recognition.

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"To shake the base of the tree" means to "vibrate the spine", while climbing upwards by "hopping" refers to the jumps in states of consciousness that one takes as he moves from chakra to chakra. It is the Kundalini that is the river of consciousness through which the individual awareness crosses over into the Universal Mind.
Bhogar has devoted a section of this work (verses 71 - 79) entirely to the Dvadashantam, the "12-inch flame". Alternately, it is described as rising either from Ajna chakra, the point between the brows, or from Sahasrara at the crown of the head, and tapers into space 12 inches above its point of origin. It is the divine flame in which the individual spirit is consumed: dissolved into eternity.

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"Neither mantra, nor song, nor arts four and sixty
Ever sundereth birth and its accursed bonds.
Then did I take Yoga's way, and lo!
I met the Sun, Moon and Fire on the way to Cranium,
And they showed the Supreme Way!"

The tradition divides the body into three parts. The stomach and abdomen is ruled by Agni, the God of Fire. The breast houses the Sun, and the head is the rounded sphere of the Moon, crowned by the Sahasrara lotus flower.
Bhogar portrays Ganesha holding aloft the mind's flower, grasped in his tutikai (Shashumna), lifted upwards into the sky (Akasha).
The great mother Vallabai Shakti gives birth to the shakti in us all, and in turn, Bhogar advises us to redirect that force of life in us back to its source: the Great Mother.
Even from far away, through Manasa Puja (mental worship) one can reach beyond the web-like matrix of matter, transmuting thought itself into the image, the very being, of the Divine Mother.
The Milk of Soma, the sublimated seed, the Nectar of Immortality, hidden within the body, pours outward giving life to all things. Sustaining all things, the banner of awareness is raised to the zenith of the flagpole Shashumna.

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The secret of action, as taught in the Bhagavad Gita, lies in the quality of awareness brought to activity. If the mind is clear and receptive, unattached to the fruits of action (be they "good" or "bad"), then one's inner nature takes over and one begins to act in accord with the Universal Will. Then the universe enacts it's will through the individual. Abandoning selfish desire, abandoning attachment and aversion, one does without "doing".

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As testified by the ancient chinese text, the I Ching, the essential characteristics of the universe can be reduced to the same equation which denotes the Vastu Purusha Mandala: 8x8=64. In this equation, 8x8 reflects the universes alchemical transmutation of the 8 components interacting with one another to produce the 64 primary characteristics or essences that compose the manifest universe. The four elements become eight. The eight becomes sixty-four. The sixty-four manifest as all possibility, the same 64 qualities that compose the things outside us are also found within.
When the malleable alchemy is revealed all these primary qualities are effortlessly perceived . The mind becomes fluid, mirroring the 64 facets of nature as they arise and fall from view, and the essence hidden behind phenomena, the One hidden behind the many, appears "explicit and complete".

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"The universes seven,
The cosmic space beyond,
The life---animate and inanimate---
The gunas three, the Vedas ancient,
The Gods that create and preserve
And their Primal Lord that is Siva---
All they are but in me."

Vedanta (lit. "the end of the Vedas"), whose name infers "the end of all knowledge", is the all-encompassing vision of the intricate mechanism that is this universe. It allows the viewer to ferret out the cause behind the bewildering array of effects. One sees Vedanta to it's very end by once and for all reconciling the dichotomy within.
This reconciliation begins by merging the solar & lunar nadis (Ida & Pingala) into Shashumna, by balancing and integrating the flow of breath through the two nostrils, by mounting the horse of measured breath.

26

Breath sustains us. It's gift of life deserves our attentive recognition of this simple fact. Bhogar acknowledges the importance of daily practice, a daily need to set aside a time of quiet reflection; savouring breath's gift; dining on the breath of life.

27

There is a practice in South India of supplicating Ganesha by knocking three times on the temples. This is said to momentarily unite the Ida & Pingala currents and send a flood of nectar down to Muladhara, a flood of nectar which pours over Ganesha, awakens the God within, filling him with joy, bathing him with ecstacy. It transforms the body into the sanctum of pure spirit.
Another means of supplicating Ganesha is the repetition of the mantra:

Om Shreem Hreem Kleem
Gum Gum Ganapati

The word puja means "worship", while "the Good Circle" refers to the circle at Muladhara in which the trikonam stands.

29

All that is discerned by the sense faculties is a reflection of the level of consciousness at which we function. All is an extension of the state in which awareness is situated. As conscious expands so does the periphery of perception.

32

All the various permutations of sound are contained within the body. Each sound hangs on the Tree of Shashumna like ripened fruit, vibrating as the pranic winds move & flow through the nadis. We see all fifty characters of the Sanskrit alphabet inscribed upon the petals of the flowering vine of the spine. To outwardly vibrate the mantra cannot compare to the impact of the mantra that resonates within. As testified by the power of the Sanskrit vowels in Schrader's Introduction to the Pancharatna, "the fourteen vowels gradually emerge from their latent condition [in A-Kaaram] by proceeding, with the Kundalini Shakti, from the Muladhara to the navel, the heart, and finally the throat where the first uttered sound arising is the aspirate, for which reason the Visarga [the aspiration] is interpreted literally as 'creation', its counterpart, the Anusvara or Bindu is an analogous way declared to represent the 'withdrawal' of speech. The Anusvara is also called 'sun', and the Visarga 'moon' ,and the sounds a, i, u, r, l, e, o, and aa, ee, oo, rr, ll, ai, au are respectively 'sunbeams' and 'moonbeams' and as such connected with day and night and with the nadis called Pingala and Ida."

34

The Immovable Pillar is the hub of the Wheel of Time. It is the still, silent, and changeless space at the center of all things.
When awareness is positioned where "the mind stands separate from the self" all of space, all of time, seems to simultaneously come into view. The mind, held in the silence, "having fallen into the silence that lies between words", the silence which holds the Om-kaara, the space which frames the character(s) on the page, all lie at the End of Sound, at the Aantam.
The Sanskrit root anta (tamil: aantam) can be found suffixed to words like Naath-Aantam "Sound's End" or prefixed to words like antaati. Antaati refers to a prosodic device, which Bhogar happens to employ through the bulk of his 7000 verses. This device brings continuity to the work, gives a cohesiveness to all that is expressed, and guides the train of thought from one verse to the next without leaving room for the mind's ramblings to reassert themselves. The antaati is where the verse begins with the end of the previous verse, begins with the final word or phrase of the verse that came before.
Strangely enough, this is in no way confining for Bhogar. Quite the contrary: He goes into each new verse carrying with him the momentum of the last. One is amazed at the richness of meaning that he draws from the closing phrase as he dramatically turns the movement of each new verse on a single word towards a new and surprising destination. Now and again, this device can produce in the reader the sudden satori-like flash of insight, turning awareness, much like a zen koan, towards the place where "the mind stands separate from itself". It is where the mind, held in the silence that holds the Om-kaara, becomes pacified by the ensuing ecstacy of viewing all things from the inside out. It is the point of view of the Immovable Point that is both everywhere and nowhere. Where one looks upon all of creation, simultaneously from each and every perspective.

35-36

Four inches above the root is Svadishtana. In this system Svadishtana incorporates some of the earth element associations and symbolism that is attributed in other traditions to Muladhara. The Siddhar system, placing Ganesha at the root rather then Brahma, transposes the attributions of the Gods one station. So Svadishtana becomes Brahma's House.
Although the placement of all the elements & presiding Deities is shifted a station in the Siddhar allocations, still the number of petals and the distribution of the letters remains for the most part consistent with the other systems. Bhogar gives this chakra two biju ("seed") mantras: the biju of Brahma "Nam" & the earth biju "Lam". The biju "Bhu", here also mentioned is the name of earth.
The letter A being the beginning of creation takes the form of the Creator's swan vehicle. Likewise this chakra is associated with the creative powers of procreation.
Each chakra governs a specific portions of our physical body and it's functions; in this case they being hair, bone, flesh, skin, and nerve.

37

Vaani, Brahma's "deathless" consort, is another name of Saraswati, Goddess of Knowledge. She together with Brahma sets about creating matter from energy.
The four-faced Brahma appears here with the "nine telling gems" that adorn his crown. They are called the Navaratna, the nine planetary bodies believed to radiate potent influences that mold fate and guide the soul along life's path.

38

Saraswati governs speech & the imparting of knowledge, this is why she is said to be "the Mother who wears the tongue".

39

Brahma's letter Na is the essence of creation, the giver of life, the progenitor of the field of action: "the forest of good and wicked acts".
The term aarchana refers to a form of ritual worship.

40

Maal's realm is the chakra Manipura, the "City of Gems". This is the seat of the intellect. It is the mind's fortress formed in the shape of the watery crescent. Rising from the waters is a Banyon Tree that grows from it's mantra seed Mam. This is the Kalpataru, the Wish-fulfilling Tree of Indra's heaven. Found at the heart of the mind lotus, it's roots penetrate into the deep dark waters of the subconscious. It is yet another of the many recurring Cosmic Axis motifs littered throughout the text, where awareness, poised at the silent center of thought, shades the body of the God (Vishnu) who is seated beneath the ancient tree, found at the center of the City of Gems.

42

"In the Concealment's Confusion
the Mother
is spinning round."

Caught in the web of her own illusion (Maya). The Mother spins round within us as our own mind, ego, and feelings:
The mind's latent tendencies define phenomena and, in turn, build the House of Manipura. The mind makes distinctions, naming some objects as "beautiful/desirable/good", while others "ugly/undesirable/bad", and thus sets the bait that motivates us to pursue some external ideal; but in the perfected Manipura, within the ripened intellect one discovers the ancient mystery of the mind turned upon itself.

43

Here again Bhogar speaks of the Manipura, the lotus of the intellect as the house that conceals objective reality, that vainly seeks joy in transient objects.
When the mind's latent unity is dychotomized by attachment and aversion one wanders aimlessly in thought trying to uncover the girl (Shakti) who sets these winds of thought (Creation's play) in motion.

44

The Moon's Orb is the head and it's flower Sahasrara.
Manasa Puja (mental worship) is the practice of visualizing every ritual component and the act of offering. It completely internalizes not only the act of worship, but the object of worship as well bridging the rift between the Divine and man.
45

Ashtanga Yoga is "the Eight-limbed Yoga" first systematized by Patanjali between the 8th-9th centuries B.C. His work, the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, defines these eight limbs as..

1) Yama (restraints)
2) Niyama (observances)
3) Asana (a physical posture or pose; a way of sitting)
4) Pranayama (control of prana, breath)
5) Pratyahara (withdrawing the mind from sense perception)
6) Dharana (concentration)
7) Dhyana (meditation)
8) Samadhi (super-consciousness)

46

"Knowledge" refers to the House of Manipura.
Here we see the ascending triangle in the heart lotus, Anahata, which mirrors the descending triangle in Muladhara. The triangle in Anahata is the gate through which one passes into the realms beyond the physical.
The Upwards Sleep proports the coming of the fifth state.

47

In this verse Bhogar employs a clever pun: The word Shikaara refers to the central tower of a Hindu temple, which indicates where the deity has been installed, in the chamber below; but he simultaneously is referring to the Si-kaaram, the fiery letter Si, poised at the center of the Panchakshatra Mantra Na-Ma-Si-Va-Ya.

48

Again, "the girl" is the Shakti.

49

Rudra is the presiding deity of this chakra, and Rudri, his consort.

51

As the spine was once the chain that binds us to matter, when the Kundalini is awakened, the spine becomes a prop that supports the universe.
Even the siddhis, acting upon themselves (8x8), numerically mimic the sixty-four essences that create the various evolutes of matter.

52

As each chakra is reached, it should be offered. The lotus should be mentally plucked from the vine (of the spine) and offered to Siva & Shakti.

53

The six-pointed star, ascending and descending triangles intertwined, is the meeting of heaven and earth, the union of Siva and Shakti, whose final merging takes place in Ajna.

54

Va is the biju of the water element, which in the beginning stood as the Causal Sea: an infinite ocean of all-possibility from which all things arise. It holds within it's depths the Great Dream of the multiplicity of existence.
Ya is the biju of the air, also allocated to this chakra as in Woodroffe's works.

56

"These tastes are only in the mouth and not beyond." What we perceive through the sense organs does not necessarily ensure that we are getting an accurate interpretation of "reality".

57

Va is the raechaka mantra which Bhogar applies to the in-breath. The in-breath enters and sustains the four elements that comprise the body.
The House of the Wind is Vishuddha and the "16 surfaces" it's petals. Here the individual soul begins it's process of dissolution into the absolute.

61

The biju of the Ajna chakra is Om. The Tamil character appears to have a tail. It is surrounded by a circle that has two petals.
The Ya referred to here is not the biju of the air element, but rather it is the final syllable of the Panchakshara. The mantra begins in Muladhara with Om--- then moves up the spine applying one syllable to each chakra Na-Ma-Si-Va-Ya, which then culminates in the pristine silence of Sahasrara.
I can offer little explanation for his attribution of the biju Va to the element ether. Va in other systems is attributed to the element water and placed in Svadishtana. I can only suspect that this is another reference to the Panchakshara Va used to accompany the inward flowing breath.

64

In the sixty-fourth verse, a numerically significant point in Bhogar's work, the 8 constituents & the 8 shaktis intermingle to produce the 64 components that make up the universe, (all that can be "known").
Here Bhogar reveals the Panchadaasakshaari Mantra (lit. "the 15 syllable mantra). This is the Mother's secret mantra, a closely guarded secret of amongst Brahmins even today. This mantra is so highly esteemed among them that they will even interweave its syllables with the ancient Gayatri of the Rig Veda.
Bhogar gives this fifteen syllable mantra garland of Manomani to his readers not without some reservation. If you count the number of syllables he relates, the number comes up fourteen. He has intentionally left one crucial syllable out of the verse. The equation is incomplete. Rendered useless by the omission of a single character.
Were it complete, it would put one in direct contact with the goddess Manomani, the Kundalini personified. It forms the very heart of this body of verse addressing the mysteries of Kundalini.

65

"Eight will be added unto four..." i.e. the eight siddhis will be applied to the four elements that compose earthly matter.
"You can enter the body of your loved one." means that you can project awareness into organic matter, see the world through others eyes, savour union with all beings, and leap the boundaries of flesh and form.

"You can cross the hair bridge
over the River of Fire."

This line gives us one of Bhogar's more vivid allegorical images: of the trepidatious crossing over from the realm of matter into the realm of spirit. The hair bridge is the Chitrini Nadi, the innermost thread of Shashumna. The River of Fire is the Kundalini Shakti.

"...and the symbol
becomes clearly defined in thought."

Having a concentrated mind, fixed on the symbol, is a crucial part of Bhogar's system. The symbolism is indispensable. One must have a reference point in order to direct the movement of awareness and an object with which to engage the mind.
Bhogar's system gives three primary tools to awaken and direct the Kundalini Shakti:

1) Pranayama
2) Mantra
3) Symbols for visualization

Throughout this work he has given a rough draft of the sequence of their application, trouble shoots some of the dangers to be encountered, and offers his own unique kind of fatherly advice on how one lives with Yogic insight.

67

"That part of the self that is the Mother" encompasses all of us except that one primordial spark of changeless awareness. She is all thought, all experience, flesh & fluid, the senses & their objects, the mind & the subconscious, both ego & id.
Leaping beyond Her, all manifestation is dissolved back into the Great Self that is He: Sada Siva.

69

Gayatri is a particular form of mantra introduced in the Rig Veda. This particular Gayatri translates:

"I understand the flawless.
I meditate upon that which casts no reflection.
May that subtle principle
bestow grace upon us."

71

One's individual self burns away passing through the first eleven inches of the Twelve Inch Flame. Then, at its peak, within the final unit beyond, the aspirant discovers the supreme. Of what exists there,cannot be claimed to have been seen by anyone, for the "I" has been burnt away and the mystery of that twelfth inch stands as witness to itself. There is no room here for the subject-object dichotomy. Only being It can bare testament to It's validity.

72

In verse 72 the poet tells us, "You will see all of the hidden pathways". These, of coarse, being the 72,000 nadis through which the vital force (prana) is propelled. One need only center awareness on the point where air first passes into the nostrils ("...if you bite on the tip of the nose there will be union."), there the air flow can be balanced and the streams of breath united.
"Eat without eating", dine on the Ujjayi breath shifting awareness to the distinctive sensation in the throat and "you will see what is there".
Since the Kundalini Shakti is coiled around the lingam at Muladhara she is called 'Kubjika' ("the Hunchback"), but from the point of view of the Twelve Inch Flame she is a straight line which stretches on into infinity.

73

There is an old Tamil proverb which says:

"What's the use of a coconut
to a dog?"

A dog cannot penetrate its hard outer shell and savour its sweet milk & tender fruit. The mind continually spews forth its doubts and insecurities (and the Yogi's mind is no different), But thoughts such as these should be combated with reflection, reason, and the renewed vigor to practice "the method of the residing breath" with unwavering diligence.

74

Here the path repeats itself as Bhogar guides us once again through the whole elaborate process (of scaling the chakras) in only six verses:
Ma sends breath down to the Banyon Tree that rises up from Svadishtana. Its left & right roots are joined in Muladhara and rise upwards as the celestial tree, Kalpataru.

76

"The five grey hairs" refers to the hair found at the top of the head, the moustache, the beard, on the chest, and in the pubic region.
The body turns a reddish hue as the Kundalini is aroused. There will also be a concentration of heat in the region of the awakened chakra, as Woodroffe also attests to in The Serpent Power, "There is one simple test whether the Shakti is actually aroused. When she is aroused intense heat is felt at that spot but when she leaves a particular centre that part so left becomes as cold and apparently lifeless as a corpse. The progress upwards may thus be externally verified by others. When the Shakti (Power) has reached the upper-brain (Sahasrara) the whole body is cold and corpse-like; except the top of the skull, where some warmth is felt, this being the place where the static and kinetic aspects of Consciousness unite." At this point the body appears pale, cool, and glows with a soft lustre.

77

The myrobalam fruit is clear in color. It allegorically refers to adopting the fluid character of the changing environment. Placed in the hand, it takes on the color of the skin, inferring the malleability of pure consciousness.

78

It has been said that the enlightened sage exudes a particular fragrance, what Bhogar calls, "the True Fragrance", the scent of the Divine.

80

Mercurial amalgams were employed by the Siddhars for various works. One of which being to gain the power of flight; but it is difficult to say whether this infers a physical phenomenon or a kind of astral projection. Whichever it may be, Bhogar used the mercurial amalgam to take him to the furthest frontiers of creation, beyond space and time, to the periphery of the universe, the farthest shores of his own being.

94-95

I have added these two closing verses to convey Bhogar's most intimate insights on the true character of the breath:
The mind/body is a vessel into which Siva pours as the breath of life. Breath and Siva are one.
We all share a common soul, a common breath, a common life. Siva flows through creation, entering the body as breath; but then Mind rises up, surveying the apparent multiplicity of existence, asserting its individuality, stating, "I am the doer". This marks the birth of the ego and the beginning of a life in isolation, cut off from a universe which all are irrevocably connected to.
But there is no need to struggle in our alienation and aloneness. We are alone because there is only One: the Great Awareness (which becomes Siva, who, in turn, becomes breath).
If we are unwavering, always mindful of breath (the giver of life); receiving it with reverence, gratitude, & humility; receiving it as Holy Communion; there is no longer any need for struggling & striving.
Breathing in: God becomes many; and each and every being may savour the Divine within. Breathing out: One need not have any reservation, but let the vessel become emptied into the Divine Ocean of space... vibrant with the pranic essence, infinite & indivisible.

"There is nothing to be accomplished.
Turn back [the Holy Breath]
and look."

Disclaimer

"He alone who has been acquainted with the wealth of the six lotuses by Maha-Yoga is able to explain the inner principles thereof. Not even the most excellent among the wise, nor the oldest in experience, is able, without the mercy of the Guru, to explain the inner principles relating to the six Lotuses..."

In most cases, I have resisted the temptation to rearrange the order of Bhogar's words. This refusal on my part may make the translated portion of this work seem more choppy and disjointed in places, but I feel that the sequence in which Bhogar presents these words and images is important, and that any attempt on my part to make Bhogar's 7000 "more readable" would subvert the effect that his work was intended to instill in the reader.
This is more that just a map of consciousness or a technical manual on Kundalini Yoga. What may at first appear as Bhogar's inability to be clear and concise, I assure you, is neither empty embellishment, nor the rantings of a madman. The images which he uses are not digressions in the narrative, but a carefully structured stream of ideas and symbols.
This is not just a poem, but a guided meditation, where Bhogar presents more than just a map of the inner terrain: He specifies what the tools are, when & where they are to be employed. All is given freely... encoded within the context of these haunting visions with which the mind must busy itself by conjuring up, lest the journey's momentum be lost in clinging to paltry matters of technique.

Here is  Ramalingam one of the Tamil Siddars who were all Alchemists

This is one of his poems and describes the Purification and Passage of the chakras beneath the Base Chakra and then out of the Body of the Seven Chakras Up the Golden Pillar of the Antahkarana to the Higher Chakras above the Head, where he saw Nataraja, the Dancing Cosmic Shiva and received Initiation and Enlightenment

The Poems shape is Like an Antahkarana Staff of Sugar Cane because its Taste is Sweetness of Sweetness - the energy nectar amrita ambrosia of the one god with 10,000 names.

Another interpretation of the Tamil word "Sulimunai" would have "the circle's end" of the Energy Enhancement Supra-Galactic Orbit - could be rendered as "the spiral's end" as these energy flows have spirals of magnetic energy flowing around them.

Shushumna is the nadi that rises up from the serpent coiled 3.5 times around the base chakra which is the root of the divine in man. Beneath it is Kundalini Chakra the center of the Earth as in VITRIOL, base of the Antahkarana the cosmic pillar, axis mundi, the axis upon which the world turns.

The lingam is a word representing the Antahkarana and thus people can get stuck in sex rather than enlightenment as they do not understand the difference.

The word munai in Sulimunai is the same word translated here as "corner" in Ilimunai- "the Corner of Degradation". "The Sleep of the Circle's End" and "dying in the Corner of Degradation" are in both cases referring to the same danger. This is the other end of the Circulation of the energies, this body, this Penis this world, this realm of existence, the base of the antahkarana, the physical body, the Penis.

The Lingam also means Penis as in Penis of Osiris - the obelisk cleopatras needle or Penis of Shiva - Shivalingam or the representation of the Antahkarana column which stretches between heaven and earth through an infinity of chakras connecting with God. We are that Antahkarana. Thou art That!  Tat Tvam Asi!! Antahkarana.

And the whole world of sex magic and sexual alchemy and sexual tantra as it is currently taught is based upon this falsity where the lingam talked about in the Sacred texts is not the Antahkarana which extends out of the physical body to the spiritual chakras above the head. 

In the world of Sex Magic the Lingam/Penis base of the column of the spine is talked about but this is the lower end of the circulation of the energies, The "Corner of Degredation"  This is the physical Penis of the base Chakra which teachings have been promulgated by bad people whose aim is to distract and collect helpers with dreams of sex, power, psychic powers and the ability to transmigrate from one body to another for eternity.  The realm of these bad people includes sex, drugs and Rock and Roll.

It is not the act of Love or Magical Training in the act of Love which are good in themselves. Instead it is the rest of the business. The Implanting teachers, the dreams of sex, Power and all the rest. It is the perversion of a human being onto the left hand path.

Eventually the helpers who have now increased their psychic energies and their psychic powers and become proud through the magical training are betrayed, implanted and used as prize energy cows - because they have more energy and through being implanted with vampire blockages which feed energy back to the bad people - and control implanted slaves who do the psychic bidding of their masters. Energy Enhancement is the way out for these types of people.

This is the fate of the Perverted Penis, The Corner of Degredation.

The Antahkarana is the hub of the wheel of Samsara. It is the axis mundi, cosmic world axis of the spine stretching out to infinity, upon which our senses and organs of action turn round. It is the center of our universe, intimate and accessible to all. The great Siddhar saint of the nineteenth century, Ramalingar, described his journey up the antahkarana in a thirty-two verse poem which begins by describing the spine as a mountain of light, the mythical mount Meru, abode of the gods, Olympus of the East...

"A mountain of light appeared.
Mother, in it there was a street.
There was a street!"

Shushumna is the street that climbs the mountain of the spine, which is a small part of the antahkarana to the chakras above the head but until the Kundalini awakens, the spine and penis keeps us firmly chained to the earth, to the realm of matter, the "Corner of Degredation"  with the golden chain of attachment and aversion, the sweet and bitter fruits of the Tree of Life.

The fate of the people who use the Antahkarana to connect with the realms of the Chakras above the head the realm of the Ascended Masters and purify the chakras below the base is to become Enlightened and then become an Ascended master themselves..

It is your choice, the freedom of choice. But the Only Legitimate Choice is to do the right thing!!

Ramalingar's
Aani Pon Ambalattae
or
"At the Hall of Solid Gold"

English rendering by Layne Little

Pallavi (refrain):

In the Hall of Solid Gold
What visions I saw.
What wondrous visions!---Oh Mother
What wondrous visions!

Kannihal (stanzas):

1) A mountain of light appeared.
There was a street in it.---Oh Mother
There was a street.

2) I went along that street
and in the middle of it
there was a platform.---Oh Mother
There was a platform.

3) I mounted the platform
There I discovered a hall---Oh Mother
There was a hall.

4) I searched the hall
and found a mansion
rising above it.---Oh Mother
There was a mansion.

5) All of its seven levels
were filled with wonders.
How can I describe it?---Oh Mother
How can I describe it?

6) In one story
there was a glittering pearl-white stone.
It turned into a blue sapphire.---Oh Mother
It turned into a blue sapphire.

7) On another world plane
that blue-black stone
transformed itself into red coral.---Oh Mother
All became fruitful.

8) On another plane
the green emerald
became a red ruby.---Oh Mother
It became a red ruby.

9) After that level
I saw a giant pearl
Become a diamond jewel---Oh Mother
It became the great jewel.

10) In a different plane
I was confronted with
a vast mass of coral
changing into moonstone.---Oh Mother
Changing into moonstone.

11) The next level I speak of
is decorated
with a multifarious array of jewels.
These turned to gold.---Oh Mother
These turned to gold.

12) In another place
All the gems I've spoken of
Became crystal.---Oh Mother
Became crystal.

13) Above the seven levels! 1
There was a pillar
A most agreeable golden pillar.---Oh Mother
A creative golden pillar.

14) The time when I saw
the golden pillar and climbed,
I saw a freshness...;
How can I describe it?---Oh Mother
A freshness...; How can I describe it?

15) While climbing there
I viewed a sort
that can't be spoken of.
Of boundless measure!---Oh Mother
Of boundless measure!

16) There and there...;
were Shaktis
in the thousands and thousands
They were coming!---Oh Mother.
They were coming!

17) I was not deceived
by the delusions that assailed me
But attained a special state of grace.---Oh Mother
I attained the special grace.

18) By the ways of the adept
I climbed that great pillar
And saw its jeweled peak.---Oh Mother
And saw its jeweled peak.

19) Above the jeweled peak
There stood the mountain's summit.
It was then that I saw it.---Oh Mother
It was then that I saw it.

20) Above the mountain&'s peak
In 1008 carat gold
Was the temple!---Oh Mother
Was the temple.

21) I saw the temple,
and there was its towering gate.
Without hesitating, I went inside.---Oh Mother
Without hesitating, I went inside.

22) Inside the towering gate
were Shaktis and Shaktas
in the tens of thousands, many tens of thousands.---Oh Mother
Tens of thousands, many tens of thousands.

23) There they were colored...;
colored white and colored red
of the colors five they were.---Oh Mother
of the colors five.

24) There they all asked
"Who is this here?";
I went beyond.---Oh Mother
I went beyond.

25) Having gone beyond
I came to the sacred doorway.
Where there were five Shaktis.---Oh Mother
Where there were five Shaktis.

26) These other Shaktis stood
to show the path above.
I reached the jeweled doorway.---Oh Mother
I reached the jeweled doorway.

27) Contemplating in that doorway,
there was a woman and a man...;
Two of them were there.---Oh Mother
There were two of them.

28) I drew near that holy entrance
and there they revealed...?
I looked out with love.---Oh Mother
I looked out with love.

29) The Mother of Bliss
was at Heaven's Gate!
My Mother!---Oh Mother
My Mother!

30) I looked upon her,
received her grace,
and dined on nectar.---Oh Mother
I dined on nectar.

31) With her support and grace,
I saw the sanctum
of the Dancing King!---Oh Mother
I saw the sanctum!

32) I entered the sanctum
and attained all that can be attained!
Only God knows!---Oh Mother
Only God knows!

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ENERGY ENHANCEMENT CHAKRAS DIRECTORY - CHAKRAS ABOVE THE HEAD, CHAKRAS IN THE BODY AND CHAKRAS BELOW THE BASE CHAKRA - THE ANTAHKARANA IS A COLUMN OF ENERGY STRETCH FROM THE CENTER OF THE EARTH TO THE CENTER OF THE UNIVERSE.

CHAKRAS EXTERNAL TO THE BODY, Vedic-Agamic Cosmology - CHAKRAS ABOVE SAHASRARA - MAIN PAGE.

CHAKRAS ABOVE HEAD

ENERGY ENHANCEMENT ENERGY BLOCKAGE DIRECTORY - ENERGY BLOCKAGES ARE CREATED FROM TRAUMA FORMED NEGATIVE KARMIC MASS - ENERGY BLOCKAGES ARE PURE CONCENTRATED EVIL WHICH BLOCK ALL GOOD ENERGIES FROM FLOWING IN THE BODY AND BLOCK US OFF FROM EMPATHY, CONSCIENCE AND THE SPIRIT

ENERGY BLOCKAGES - MAIN PAGE

ENERGY BLOCKAGES

THE ENERGY ENHANCEMENT KARMA CLEARING DIRECTORY KARMA IS THE BUILDUP OF ENERGY BLOCKAGES IN THE BODY. NORMALLY WE CLEAR THESE BLOCKAGES SLOWLY THROUGH PAINFUL KARMIC ACTION. ENERGY ENHANCEMENT MEDITATION SHOWS YOU HOW TO CLEAR THESE DEEP EGO BLOCKAGES USING THE ENERGY ENHANCEMENT SEVEN STEP PROCESS - QUICKLY - WITHOUT ANY NEED FOR LIFETIMES OF PAIN.

THE REMOVAL OF DEEPER BLOCKAGES - MAIN PAGE

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ANTAHKARANA

THE SATCHIDANAND KUNDALINI KEY DIRECTORY - THE SHAPE OF THE KUNDALINI KEY COMPRISES THE CIRCLE OF THE EARTH WITH THE ANTAHKARANA COLUMN OF ENERGY ARISING OUT OF THE EARTH'S CENTER, STRETCHING OUT INTO THE CENTRAL SPIRITUAL SUN IN THE CENTER OF THE UNIVERSE. ALIGNING WITH THIS ENERGY IS THE CAUSE OF IMMORTALITY AND ILLUMINATION.  EXAMPLES OF THE KUNDALINI KEY SYMBOL ARE THE BUDDHIST STUPA, THE HINDU SHIVALINGAM, THE CHRISTIAN ORB AND THE EGYPTIAN ANKH STRETCHING BACK OVER THOUSANDS OF YEARS.

THE KUNDALINI KEY - MAIN PAGE

KUNDALINI KEY

THE KUNDALINI KEY - MAIN PAGE

ANKH

Thuparama Stupa Sri Lanka Kundalini Key

THE ENERGY ENHANCEMENT ALCHEMICAL VITRIOL DIRECTORY VISITA INTERIORA TERRA THE VIT OF VITRIOL MEANS VISIT THE CENTER OF THE EARTH IN MEDITATION. THERE CAN BE GROUNDED AND BURNT UP ALL NEGATIVE ENERGY AND EMOTION IN THE FISSION NUCLEAR FIRES AT THE BLACK SUN EARTHS CENTER. RECTIFICANDO INVENIES OCCULTEM LAPIDEM - THE RIOL OF VITRIOL POINTS TO THE RECIPROCAL MAINTENANCE OF GURDJIEFF - THE RECTIFICANDO - AND THE SECRET OF THE OCCULT PHILOSOPHERS STONE - TRANSMUTE LEAD ENERGY BLOCKAGES INTO SPIRITUAL GOLD - GAIN IMMORTALITY IN ENERGY ENHANCEMENT!! ALCHEMICAL VITRIOL - ROOTING IN THE EARTH - GROUNDING NEGATIVE ENERGIES - MAIN PAGE

THE ENERGY ENHANCEMENT KUNDALINI KRIYAS DIRECTORY - KRIYA YOGA TAUGHT BY ASCENDED MASTER BABAJI OF THE HIMALAYAS - STUDENT OF TAMIL SIDDAR BOGAR WHO TRANSMIGRATED INTO THE BODY OF LAO TSU FOUNDER OF TAOISM AND THE 5000 YEARS OLD TAOIST ORBITS WHICH ARE REALLY THE SAME TECHNIQUES COME FROM CIRCULAR ENERGY FLOWS IN THE GOVERNING AND CENTRAL MERIDIANS EXTENDING OUT INTO THE EXTERNAL CHAKRAS IN THE CENTER OF THE EARTH AND THE CENTER OF THE UNIVERSE WHICH WHEN USED CAN HELP REMOVE BLOCKAGES IN ALL THOSE MERIDIANS AND ALL CHAKRAS KUNDALINI KRIYAS - MAIN PAGE KUNDALINI KRIYAS

KUNDALINI KRIYAS - MAIN PAGE

BABAJI

ENERGY ENHANCEMENT EMOTIONAL BLOCKAGES DIRECTORY

 

AKASHIC RECORDS

 

 

ENERGY ENHANCEMENT ANTAHKARANA DIRECTORY - THE ANTAHKARANA IS THE REAL GOLDEN ROD AND CENTRAL PILLAR OF THE ALCHEMISTS - IT IS THE PSYCHIC CONSTRUCTION WHICH SHOWS HOW HUMANITY CONNECTS WITH THE CHAKRAS ABOVE THE HEAD, THE ASTRAL PLANE AND WITH GOD - IT IS THAT WHICH MUST BE BLOCKED IN ORDER TO CONTROL HUMANITY ANTAHKARANA - MAIN PAGE ANTAHKARANA

ANTAHKARANA - MAIN PAGE

THE ENERGY ENHANCEMENT SAMADHI SAMYAMA DIRECTORY - SAMADHI AND SAMYAMA ARE THE EIGHTH AND NINTH LIMBS OF YOGA OF TAMIL SIDDAR PATANJALIS RAJA YOGA AS SPECIFIED IN THE SOURCE BOOK, THE YOGA SUTRAS OF PATANJALI WHICH GIVES THE METHODOLOGY - THE TECHNIQUES - FOR THE REMOVAL OF ENERGY BLOCKAGES AS A PRELUDE TO KAIVALYA ILLUMINATION - MEANING OF SAMYAMA - MAIN PAGE SAMADHI SAMYAMA

MEANING OF SAMYAMA - MAIN PAGE

SATCHIDANAND'S ENERGY ENHANCEMENT COMMENTARY ON THE YOGA SUTRAS OF PATANJALI - ENERGY ENHANCEMENT TEACHES THE ADVANCED TECHNIQUES OF PATANJALI RAJA YOGA OF HATHA YOGA, PRANAYAMA, MEDITATION, SAMADHI AND SAMYAMA LEADING TO PSYCHIC POWERS, IMMORTALITY, KAIVALYA OR LIBERATION, ILLUMINATION, ENLIGHTENMENT - READ THE SUTRAS AND THE SATCHIDANAND COMMENTARY - FIND OUT ABOUT TAMIL SIDDAR PATANJALI PATANJALI

ALL SATCHIDANAND ARTICLES -

READ ALL SATCHIDANAND ARTICLES IN THE ORDER WRITTEN FROM 1993

THE ENERGY ENHANCEMENT MASTERY OF RELATIONSHIPS DIRECTORY AFTER THE OPENING OF THE HEART THE SECOND INITIATION OF THE MASTERY OF RELATIONSHIPS USUALLY TAKES TEN LIFETIMES OF PAINFUL DUMPING AND DEATH. ENERGY ENHANCEMENT WILL SHOW YOU HOW TO CLEAR AND PURIFY - MASTER, ENERGY CONNECTIONS AND VAMPIRISM BETWEEN YOU AND ALL THE PEOPLE AROUND YOU - FAMILY, FRIENDS AND CO-WORKERS

MASTERY OF RELATIONSHIPS - MAIN PAGE

MASTERY OF RELATIONSHIPS

MASTERY OF RELATIONSHIPS - MAIN PAGE

ENERGY ENHANCEMENT PSYCHIC SEXUAL CONNECTION DIRECTORY MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE STRONG TESTS ON THE PATH OF THE MASTERY OF RELATIONSHIPS -  THE NECESSITY FOR THE REMOVAL OF BLOCKAGES AND UNWANTED CONNECTIONS IN THE RELATIONSHIP ABDOMINAL CHAKRA AND THE CREATIVE VISHUDDHI CHAKRA SO AS TO ALLOW THE LOWER CHAKRA TO POWER THE HIGHER.

PSYCHIC SEXUAL CONNECTION

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THE ENERGY ENHANCEMENT LILITH SUCCUBUS INCUBUS DIRECTORY MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE STRONG TESTS ON THE PATH OF THE MASTERY OF RELATIONSHIPS - SEXUAL BLOCKAGE IMPLANTS FROM VAMPIRES CAN CONNECT FROM ANY PERSON, ANY DISTANCE - ENERGY ENHANCEMENT TEACHES HOW TO STOP ENERGY VAMPIRES VAMPIRISING YOUR ENERGY.

 

LILITH SUCCUBUS INCUBUS

GAIN ENERGY - POWER UP!!  

LEVEL ONE

ENERGY ENHANCEMENT ENERGY VAMPIRES DIRECTORY MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE STRONG TESTS ON THE PATH OF THE MASTERY OF RELATIONSHIPS - BLOCKAGES ABOVE THE CROWN CHAKRA CUT ONE OFF FROM CONSCIENCE AS IN PSYCHOPATHY, BUT BECAUSE THESE BLOCKED PEOPLE CANNOT ABSORB ENERGY FROM CHAKRAS ABOVE THE HEAD, ALSO MAKE IT NECESSARY TO VAMPIRISE ENERGY FROM ALL HUMANITY - ENERGY ENHANCEMENT TEACHES HOW TO STOP ENERGY VAMPIRES VAMPIRISING YOUR ENERGY Energy Vampires - MAIN PAGE...

ENERGY VAMPIRES

Energy Vampires - MAIN PAGE...

THE ENERGY ENHANCEMENT GURDJIEFF AND ENERGY BLOCKAGES DIRECTORY GURDJIEFF WAS THE FIRST SPIRITUAL MASTER WHO TALKED OF THE REMOVAL OF THE ENERGY BLOCKAGE KUNDABUFFER, OF THE RECIPROCAL MAINTENANCE OF ENERGY WHICH IS THE SAME TECHNIQUE AS THE KUNDALINI KRIYAS OF ENERGY ENHANCEMENT AND ITS REMOVAL OF WAR AND THE INCREASE OF IMMORTALITY, OF CONSCIOUS SUFFERING WHICH IS THE TAPAS OF THE YOGA SUTRAS OF PATANJALI, AND OF THE REMOVAL OF THE ENERGY BLOCKAGES OF THE EGO LIKE VANITY AND SELF IMPORTANCE AND THE SUB-PERSONALITIES WHICH USE THEM.  

GURDJIEFF AND ENERGY BLOCKAGES

THE ENERGY ENHANCEMENT TAMIL SIDDAR BHOGAR - KUNDALINI YOGA AND SPIRITUAL ALCHEMY ASCENDED MASTER BABAJI OF THE HIMALAYAS, CREATOR OF THE KUNDALINI KRIYAS WAS A STUDENT OF TAMIL SIDDAR BOGAR OF PALANI HILL IN SOUTHERN INDIA WHO TRANSMIGRATED INTO THE BODY OF LAO TSU FOUNDER OF TAOISM  AND CREATOR OF TAOIST ALCHEMY AND THE MEDITATIONAL ORBITS AND ENERGY CIRCULATION. SATCHIDANAND VISITED PALANI HILL IN 1994 WITH HIS MASTER TAMIL SIDDAR SATCHIDANANDA.  BHOGAR CREATED BOTH THE KUNDALINI KRIYAS AND TAOIST MEDITATIONAL ORBITS TAUGHT IN ENERGY ENHANCEMENT ALSO THE PHYSICAL IMMORTALITY OF KAYA KALPA AND ALCHEMICAL TAOISM. TAMIL SIDDAR BHOGAR - KUNDALINI YOGA AND SPIRITUAL ALCHEMY

THE ENERGY BLOCKAGE REMOVAL PROCESS

LEVEL2

PSYCHOLOGY TRAUMA MODEL DIRECTORY THE TRAUMA MODEL OF THE ROSS INSTITUTE STATES THAT TRAUMA, ABUSE AND PAIN CREATES UNSTOPPABLE EMOTIONS . The Energy Enhancement Level One Kundalini Kriyas and their ability to Ground Trauma and Traumatic Memories removes all Trauma and its symptoms - Unstoppable Fear, Anger, Depression, Manicism and Bi-Polar Disorder.. PSYCHOLOGY TRAUMA MODEL

PSYCHOLOGY PSYCHOPATHY DIRECTORY The Energy Enhancement Seven Step Process of Level Two removal of Energy Blockages removes Psychopathy, removing Blockages in the Heart Center which cause a lack of Empathy and then removes The Blockages above the Head creating a lack of Conscience as the Head Centers are cut off from God as we create Illumination - One Soul Infused Personality!!

 

PSYCHOLOGY PSYCHOPATHY DIRECTORY  PSYCHOLOGY TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS - SUB PERSONALITY BLOCKAGE, STUPID LIFE GAMES, DEAD LIFE SCRIPTS, DIRECTORY Energy Enhancement Level Three removes the Energy Blockage Sub-Personalities which create the Transactional Analysis Stupid Life Scripts written about by Dr Eric Berne PSYCHOLOGY TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS

THE KARMA CLEARING PROCESS  LEVEL3

ENERGY ENHANCEMENT OSHO BOOK DIRECTORY - THE SYNTHESIS OF RELIGION IS ENLIGHTENMENT - CLICK HERE!  

 

 

THE ENERGY ENHANCEMENT MEDITATION YOGA DIRECTORY  - MAJOR ENERGY ENHANCEMENT DIRECTORY ON SPIRITUALITY 

 

OSHO BOOK DIRECTORY

MEDITATION YOGA DIRECTORY

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CARMINA BURANA DVD SWAMI DEVI DHYANI ENERGY ENHANCEMENT SACRED DANCE TOGETHER WITH THE TRADITION OF DEVOTION AND LOVE FOR GOD - BHAKTI YOGA AND THE LOVE POETRY OF CARMINA BURANA

 

SACRED DANCE DVDS BY DEVI

SATCHIDANAND SPIRITUAL MOVIE LIST REVIEWS DIRECTORY SPIRITUAL MOVIES LIKE ALL SPIRITUAL ART IS WORK TO WHICH HAS BEEN ADDED OR IMPRINTED SPIRITUAL KUNDALINI ENERGY. TO THE PEOPLE WHO CAN FEEL THIS ENERGY IT IS A SIGNAL OF SIGNIFICANCE AND MEANING - GURDJIEFFS OBJECTIVE ART - SIGNAL OF A TEACHING WHICH CAN THEN BE LOOKED FOR. ALL THE MOST PROFITABLE MOVIES - STAR WARS, LORD OF THE RINGS - HAVE THIS ENERGY.. BUT THERE ARE MORE.. SATCHIDANAND SPIRITUAL MOVIE LIST REVIEWS

 
MASTERY OF  RELATIONSHIPS  LEVEL4

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