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Mysticism Can Link Finite With Infinite


Since the dawn of civilisation, one often-asked question is about salvation of human beings. The supra-psychic existence that remains in close proximity to a corporal framework, and uses that very corporal framework as the only medium of its own emittances and emanations, can attain salvation. As per ancient scriptures, Shiv states that even having a corporal structure one can attain salvation, if one changes the idea of microcosm into macrocosm.
Possibilities and potentialities of attaining salvation lie in the very existence of the supra-psychic being.
What is infinite in macrocosm is finite in microcosm, but potentialities are the same. So, what is required is to develop one’s finite attributions into infinite ones through the process of mystic approach.
What is mysticism? Mysticism is a never-ending endeavour to find out the link between finite and infinite. And when that link is established, Shiv-vakya comes true.
In Brahmn Vandana, while ascribing so many attributions to Brahmn, it has been said that He is Paresha.
What is Paresha? Para and apara are two counterparts of each and every existence. The seen portion is called apara and the subjective portion is para.
Now, what you see or do with the help of your sensory, motor organs or that external object, in the first phase, is apara and your sensory and motor organs are para. And in the second phase, the next interior phase, those gates or organs are apara and the mind is para.
Then in the next inner phase, your mind is apara and the unit spirit is para.
And in the final phase your atman, your unit spirit, is apara and He is the Supreme Para. He is the Lord of all Paras. Hence, he is called Paresha.
So, when one withdraws one’s propensities from the objective world towards subjectivity, one attains that Paresha. Therein lies the secret of sadhana. So, the Supreme Entity is Paresha and is also the Prabhu — ‘the best existence’. It is said that He is Sarvendriyagamay — He cannot be achieved by any indriya. What are indriyas? There are five motor indriyas, five sensory indriyas and the eleventh one is the mind. Mind is also an indriya; that is why the Vedas too say, That is, where all the expressions of indriyas, where all the inferences fail and where mind too fails, that is Supreme Subjectivity. When that mind along with indriyas is withdrawn and placed into Him, then it is param sthiti, supreme stance. In that stance, there is no fear.
Sarvendriyagamya Satya — it is the Supreme Truth, that is, where ‘sat’ is fully established, it is called ‘satya’.
And what is ‘sat’? Sat means ‘that which undergoes no metamorphosis’. So, in this universe of ours, that Paresha, that entity, is the only satya. He cannot be your mental object.
While meditating on the Supreme, you cannot accept Him as your object, because everything is His object. He is the Supreme Subject. So, what is necessary – and herein lies the charm – is that while doing japa and dhyana, you should think that He is seeing you, you are His object.
Shrii Shrii Anandamurtijii

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