The Supreme Fortune
The principle of Sri Viswa Viznana Vidya Adhyatmika Peetham is to bestow the fruit called spiritual experience. For example, as we yearn to eat certain fruit, our mind persistently desires to taste it and we endeavor to have the taste of that fruit. Correspondingly, as we regard the great Mantra bestowed by the Sathguru (True Master) and endeavor to realize its essence by being sub-served by taking in of the sugar candy and Vibhuthi blest by Swami (Master) every concern of ours will be set right or resolved owing to the outstanding feature of this triad. Thus, we certainly can have the prospect of experiencing their outcome.
When we go to the presence of Swami merely with an idea to actualize some wish or solution to some problem by appealing to him and go back, we can’t fix him in our mind (inner- gaze or perceptive or insight).But we can have Swami in our insight by doing repetitive meditation of the great Mantra and the spiritual cognizance gifted by him. As a result of such an accomplishment of mystical insight (always keeping the spiritual form (impression) of Swami in our mind i.e. lakshya siddhi) and his blessings to transcend this mundane world, we acquire spiritual power of abstract contemplation. Thus for lakshya siddhi (i.e., to accomplish this kind of mystical insight), acquirement of spiritual cognizance is essential. As we comply with this, we can be protected from the concerns or cares which cause distresses to us.
Yadbahavam thath bhavathi, outcome is in accordance with our conception. That is to say, while our thoughts are filled with desire, we cannot concentrate on Master and his great Mantra. Consequently, time passes away just like that without any solution to your problem. Your mind questions repeatedly that, I had been to Swami several times but why my problem is not being solved. When you concentrate on this question and ponder, you can find solution and also the answer! Swami has bestowed Mantra to you. Perform repetitive meditation of those mystic syllables sounds regularly and practice the spiritual cognizance gifted by Swami. As you follow both, you can accomplish lakshya siddhi. As you acquire this lakshya siddhi, while visiting Swami, sublime mystic power of abstract contemplation develops within you and that will remove your concerns, problems and sufferings. You will be bestowed with placidity and contentment. Then we will be able to enjoy by ourselves the fruit of it through experience. Therefore, to accomplish this subtle or mystic power of abstract contemplation physically to transcend the worldly concerns, we should introspect from time to time. In the process this inquiry we can realize many sublime aspects and transcend this world.
To discover any mystery, we should profoundly mull over and analyze. For example, we see white light. With a scientific pursuit when we inquire how many colors are in it, we can realize that the white light contains marvelous energy produced out of the combination of various colors. It is of seven colors but it appears to be mere white light alone. When we observe it with insight, it splits into seven colors. It might happen that, we may think it is mere loss of time to hang around (wait) anymore and go to some other place (Guru). The reason is Branthi (illusion).Illusion tests us in many ways and we respond accordingly. Thus, in whatsoever form we may have belief; as we inquire profoundly into it and analyze in order to discover the essence, we realize that there is sublime and esoteric secret in that. Thus, to say,” I had been to this Guru, my wish is not fulfilled and I had been to that Guru also but my wish is not fulfilled” is due to wavering of mind. That is to say, our mind is not firmly fixed in those places and is prevailed by illusion.
We should have one pointed concentration or attention, exclusively on one Guru or deity, whom we follow. Then we can have the prospect of receiving their mystic power in the form of blessing to transcend the world. Hence, as we analyze the profound aspects present in the “waiting” and following of one single doctrine, through that alone entire verity can be realized.
Therefore, you need not go to any other place. You may follow any Sathguru (True Master) or any religious doctrine, your concentration or attention must be firm and exclusively towards that. Thus, only through accomplishment of such a pure or firm concentration or mystical insight or Lakshya Siddhi (i.e., always keeping firmly the spiritual form (impression) of Swami or Master or deity or the doctrine whichever we follow in our mind) ,we can affirm the mystic power, which comes is in the form blessing through experience. However, as our mind wavers we can realize nothing. As our perception changes, everything appears to be void and false. Sometimes such dejections may lead to self immolation.
Indeed as we endeavor with the volition that, “O Swami! Whatever you may do, I surrender entirely to you”, in that alone everything is generously bestowed with. To realize this aspect, mystical insight into the essence of soul and power of abstract contemplation are required. To derive the power of abstract contemplation to attain salvation, regular practice of repetitive meditation of Mantra is required.
When we go through theosophical books, all isms indicate oneness (monotheism) of the God. As we concentrate our mind and read those books with the spiritual or mystical insight, we realize the all-pervading divine energy present in them is one. Consequently, our volition firms up to attain that divinity. With that volition we will be able to actualize that one and only one Miraculous Brilliant Divine Light in every Guru, every religion and every form and can transcend this world. That is known as Lakshya Siddhi (accomplishment of mystical insight) associated with monotheism. To accomplish such a kind of mystical insight power of abstract contemplation is highly required. Thus to illume continuous light of knowledge in our minds, we should focus our attention towards the process of acquiring spiritual awareness. When we are enlightened with this light of knowledge, the darkness called illusion is removed. Ultimately our mind and body transfigures into the immaculate divine light .That is to say your body transfigures into a holy temple. The indweller of that temple, the living principle (soul) which has transfigured into the image of Supreme Consciousness will be realized to be the God. That Brahama Swarupa (Divine Form) itself says “Aham Brahma asmi, I became the God”. This sate existence with such a spiritual cognizance is called Mumukshathwa (embodiment of beatitude or divinity).
Thus as we endeavor in such a way to accomplish this Mumukshathwa for the triad called body mind-soul, we will be able to receive that sublime mystic power by which we can realize spiritual as well as worldly aspects. Such a kind of mystic power that can make you realize the Supreme Fortune called transcending this world is bestowed through the great Mantra in our institution.
Thus everyone should endeavor to receive such a kind of exalted Supreme Fortune.
Dr Umar Alisha.
Head of the institution.