Hinduism is the Only Dharma

Hinduism is the Only Dharma in this multiverse comprising of Science & Quantum Physics.

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Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Plexi and Microvita by Shrii Shrii A'nandamu'rti - Microvitum in a Nutshell

Plexi and Microvita by Shrii Shrii A'nandamu'rti - Microvitum in a Nutshell

The world is moving rapidly from physicality to intellectuality. A day is sure to come when this intellectuality will be transformed into spirituality. Just as the intellectual age is fast approaching, the spiritual age will also come in the very near future.

There are three types of beings. The first are physical beings, like dogs. If you call a dog an abusive name it remains indifferent. The second are psychic beings, such as human beings. If you insult a man he will get angry, and he may even start weeping or commit suicide. The third are spiritual beings. A time will come when there will also be many spiritual beings on this earth.

For spiritual advancement spiritual practices are a must, and in spiritual practices the role of the cakras [plexi] is immense. In fact, the most important aspect of spiritual practice is cakra shodhana and cakra niyantrańa [the purification and control, respectively, of the cakras].

What is a cakra? It is a collection of glands and sub-glands, and the location of these glands and sub-glands differs from animal to animal. In humans the cakras are situated at the intersecting points of the id́á, suśumná and piuṋgalá [psycho-spiritual channels]. In the human mind various thoughts are constantly emerging and dissolving. Behind these psychic phenomena are the underlying vrttis [propensities] which are primarily related to the inborn saḿskáras [mental reactive momenta] of human beings. Propensities are formed according to one’s inherent saḿskáras, and the expression and control of these propensities are dependent upon the various cakras. The fifty main propensities of the human mind are expressed internally or externally through the vibrational expression of these cakras. These vibrations cause hormones to be secreted from the glands, and the natural or unnatural expression of the propensities depends on the degree of normal or abnormal secretion of the hormones. When these propensities can be expressed we say that the human mind is alive because the mind exists as long as the propensities are there. When the propensities are destroyed, however, the human mind loses its existence.

The names of the different plexi in the human body and their corresponding mańd́alas are as follows:

The Sanskrit word mańd́ala means “circle”. The thyroid gland is called Brhaspati Granthi in Sanskrit. The Latin equivalent for Brhaspati is “Jupiter”. “Hormone” is granthirasa in Sanskrit; the parathyroid gland is Brhaspati Upagranthi; the pituitary gland is Maháyoginii Granthi; and the pineal gland is Sahasrára Granthi.

The cakras contain within their folds a number of glands and sub-glands, the seats of different propensities each with an acoustic root.

There are so many celestial bodies, and they all have direct contact with the glands and sub-glands in the human body by throwing out reflected or refracted light. But the maximum influence on animate and inanimate objects comes from the sun, which is the nearest and biggest star to this earth. The sun’s influence, according to the ancient yogis and Tantrics [those who practise spiritual meditation], is generally via the eighteen light waves which influence the solar and lunar plexi. That is, the seven colours of the spectrum (VIBGYOR – violet, indigo, blue, green, yellow, orange and red), plus ultraviolet and infrared, have an internal and external influence. So, 7 + 2 = 9; 9 + 9 = 18. Out of these eighteen, two light waves do not come directly from the sun but from the moon; sixteen come directly from the sun. Each has an acoustic root.

All the planets, meteors, stars, etc., of all of the solar systems, not only of our solar system, affect the individual by their direct reflected and refracted light. It is beyond the capacity of astrology or astronomy to calculate this effect on the individual. Astrology only deals with the planets of our solar system and their effects on the glands and sub-glands. But this theory relates to all the effects of all the celestial bodies on the human glands and sub-glands – not only the celestial bodies of this solar system, but of all other existing solar systems, stars, planets, satellites, meteorites, nebulae and galaxies. So this theory is beyond the scope of astrology and astronomy. Astrology and astronomy consider only a bit of the effect of the planets on fate, fortune, etc., but this theory considers the effect not only of the direct rays, but also of the indirect reflected and refracted rays, on the glands and sub-glands. It is quite impossible for astrology and astronomy to calculate all these effects on the glands and sub-glands. Hence, this is a completely new science.

Shrii Shrii A'nandamu'rti
Microvitum in a Nutshell

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