What DO WE DO?

“ The aim of yoga is to restrain the mind. Only then can one realize their true self. Otherwise,
the mind will associate itself with its perceptions. ”

According To The Insights I Have Gained Over Time Through My Practice, The Mind Is The Root Cause Of Stress. Stress Arises When The Mind Expects Things That The Body Cannot Do Or Achieve. The Mind Is Inherited By The Soul From The Parents Or Ancestors. The Soul Departs The Plane When Its Time Is Up, Not The Mind. The Mind Requires A Purification Process Called Pitru Karma.

Karma plays out through the mind. The goal of the mind is to protect the soul and ensure that it stays with the body for its duration.

The mind can be influenced by positive vibrations (Shrushti chaithanya) and negative vibrations (Samhara chaithanya). It can also generate positive and negative vibrations in response to external or internal stimuli.

A mantra is a tool that utilizes the capabilities of the mind to our advantage. The word mantra itself is explained as “mananaath thraayathae ithi mantrah”, which means that which uplifts the mind through repetition is a mantra.

Tantra is the process that explains how to utilize these mantras to generate specific patterns of positive vibes, transforming or transmuting internal or external energies to our advantage.

A deity is the limited form of unlimited consciousness, a divine template for specific energy vibrations. The aim of mantra and tantra is to uplift the mind from indulgence to liberation. Indulgence binds the mind and soul to pain and pleasure in a harmonic progression, causing miseries. Liberation uplifts the mind towards upward positive frequencies, leading to temporary (moksha) or final (Jeevan Muktha) liberation.

The repetition of a mantra while adhering to tantra is called Thapas. Thapas has multiple meanings, one of which also refers to the generation of heat due to the mild heat generated during the repetition of the mantra at a physical level. Saayaneeyam also states that heat is produced at the esoteric level, capable of burning up the seeds of karma embedded deep inside the consciousness. Fried seeds cannot sprout, thus liberating the soul from the miseries of unmanifested karma. Hence, Thapas or meditation or Dhyaana can help the mind relax, evaluate, or reassess scenarios, thus supporting creativity, higher understanding, compassion, and forgiveness, while eliminating stress, fear, and doubts.

In Trishakthi Upasana, we employ various techniques such as slokas, pranayama, mantra, dharana, and pratyahara, as devised by ancient spiritual scientists, to guide aspirants in leading a peaceful or spiritual life according to their aspirations.