Shiva Shakti

Shiva-Shakti, Consciousness and Energy

Shiva is another name for the Absolute Reality or Absolute Consciousness that makes up our cosmos. Shiva is the transcendent aspect of cosmic consciousness or the Source of everything and all that is. Shiva, in all his steadfast union between the internal world and the external world, is often known as the Lord of Yoga…. Detail

Non Dualism Brahman

Two Aspects of Nirguna and Saguna Brahman

In Hinduism, the concept of Brahman and Atman (Self) go hand in hand. Brahman seems to be to stand for some ultimate wholeness, which can integrate all existence, however, there are two different ways to view Brahman. One way to describe Brahman would be that it is the source of all things and that all… Detail

Heart cave

Spiritual Heart Cave (Hridaya)

The Spiritual Heart is our essential and ultimate nature, the ineffable dimension of our being. It is another name for the Supreme Self, atman, the witness consciousness, as mentioned above. The Ultimate Reality is transcendent and immanent in any aspect of the Macrocosm. It is the ultimate essence of all. It is a condition beyond… Detail

mandala

Meaning of Hindu and Buddhist Mandalas

The literal meaning word Mandala means circle, and circle mandalas are also one of the most commonly available forms of mandalas also known as Yantra. Circles have very powerful significance in countless religions and traditions, primarily Hinduism and Buddhism. We first saw their emergence in regions across the Himalaya and India, where people used the… Detail

Mental Evolution

Reincarnation & Consciousness Evolution

When a higher level of consciousness is reincarnated during its long life cycle, which has undergone various evolutions, it can bring wiser thought and clear belief in the truth of reincarnation. The low level of awareness of the outside world is followed by more complex ideas about the quantity bearing on worldly pleasures and suffering…. Detail

Diksha - Inisiasi

Diksha, Shaktipat and Darshan

Shaktipat (Śaktipāta) Shaktipat is also known as Initiation  is a Sanskrit word in the Hindu spiritual tradition that refers to the act of the spiritual energy  being conferred on a disciple or student, by a guru or spiritual teacher in whom it is already active. Śakti is translated as spiritual energy and pāta as heredity,… Detail