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The Means Gather Around the Sattva


What is Sattva (Sattva - in sanskrit)? "Sat" means "pure" so "sattva" would mean that which is pure. We always instinctively want that which is pure. This is like the phrase; "cleanliness is next to Godliness" - what is cleanliness? purity or sattva, and this is actually based in reality. To explain, we can take the perspective of the four major time periods in the cycles of time, known as the yugas. Here we have an image that depicts the Life of Brahma and shows where we are now, on the verge of the Krishna Golden Age:

Krishna Golden Age within the Life of Brahma

Goloka Projector and Components of our Holographic UniverseSatya-yuga is the first of the 4 yugas and the one time period that is most pure - by pure we mean this time period exhibits the qualities that are very close to the model of a perfect universe, Goloka.  Goloka is the Absolute (unchanging and eternal) realm of Krishna. Our universe is just a 3-D holographic projection, known in the Vedic Literature as "maya" or "that which is not" - an illusion.

When we say "the means gather around the sattva" - what are "the means"? Devas. Devas are sparks of creative Devasintelligence that make everything happen - devas transform the intention into the apparent reality. From the intention of the Creator to the intention of the individual person, devas cause the manifestation of the desire. At the point in time when Lord Brahma desires to bring forth another day in His life, devas bring that day forth. We are working on a very fundamental level here - the actual creation of our universe. Lord Brahma practices the technique of Samyama on the 432,000 mantras of the Rk Veda to manifest His universe. 

As Lord Brahma performs Samyama on the mantras of the Rk Veda, devas are created. These devas have the ability to manifest the totality of the universe. When Lord Brahma completes His meditation, He has created 432,000 devas and these devas manifest the complete universe.

Unifield FieldSamyama only "works" when the mind is pure, sattvic. That means the mind is one with the Unified Field of Natural Law, or what we call the Prana Field (sometimes called the Scalar Field).  But each time we have a desire and focus our intention on fulfilling that desire, devas are enlisted to cause the manifestation of the desire. We may not have the sattva to actually create devas through Samyama, the way Lord Brahma does, but there are always some devas that will come to manifest the desire.

Devas exist everywhere there is life. In our physical body, every cell has a deva. There are devas that form from the collective consciousness of the cells that make up organ systems, so there is a deva of the digestive system, a deva of the nervous system, etc. There is a deva that is responsible for our body as a whole: the deva of the body. This deva has the ability to keep our body in perfect health, if we will only instruct it and allow it to so.

Meditating GirlWhen a person is initiated to perform meditation and meditates for a while, there is a common experience that most report soon after: "support of nature". This means the person notices that desires are more easily fulfilled. Common, everyday things like finding a parking space, or finding the perfect item when shopping.  But even more important things seems to happen effortlessly, finding a new job that is perfect, having the necessary finances to make an important purchase because someone sent money, and many other stories of more support for the fulfillment of desires.

Why does this happen? The practice of meditation spontaneously generates greater sattva in the mind and this greater sattva attracts devas into the life. That is right - the means (devas) gather around the sattva.

There is another way to attract devas, and that is through the practice of yajña. Yajñas are highly scientific and precise multi-dimensional esoteric techniques to invoke and direct devas into establishing concrete, tangible and constructive fruits. For example, if one is troubled by karma from Shani, causing delays, poverty, unhappiness and misery in life, a yajña to Shani exists that will cause devas to construct a shield over the individual and block the further manifestation of Shani karma. Think about the implications of this!

Goloka Projector view 2How can we enjoy a sattva-rich environment now?  The Goloka Projector is the answer because it projects a sphere of sattva influence into the prana field of the immediate physical locale to replicate the first day of Satyug. The prana field reflects back into the physical to create a profound effect of coherence, sattva and resonance frequency support. In Satyug, sattva is maximum and the deva population is very dense and vital, allowing for almost instantaneous fulfillment of desire for the citizens. As the purity of the environment declines in each successive yuga, the deva population and their vitality also declines. LIfe becomes more of a struggle and fulfillment of desires becomes more and more difficult.

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Rafael Santamaría, Spain , April 5, 2015 at 7:31 AM | Reply
Dear Visvamitra.
In the Vibhuti Pada, Patanjali offers different Samyama formulas for the expansion of consciousness in order to achieve mastery of consciousness over the field of information, energy and matter, and ultimately realize that everything is consciousness. The Samyama technique is a workout to get to spontaneously project the intention from the field of pure consciousness (samadhi) and achieve its full realization, while Self remains in Self, but I understand that while this development happens, could be applied Samyama to accelerate the realization of our deepest desires. I think any individual desire, led to samyama, must be purified in the process, their qualities of Rajas and Tamas, and then gain the support of the devas. The question is in what form should be prepared intend ?. That sound express the way most comprehensive the intention, and therefore would be appropriate for the Samyama? Mental images with emotions, has been shown to be effective in the field of Mind Body Medicine and in the field of realization of desires, but if we could encode the image in a sound vibration sufficiently pure, and apply it the Samyama , the result would be much faster. What do you think?
Sri Visvamitra, Cedar Crest, NM, United States , April 5, 2015 at 9:30 AM | Reply
Dear Rafael,

A sankalpa that is felt on the deepest level is most effective. It should be a desire that one cherishes and feels will be universally acceptable and evolutionary for all that may be affected. Such a sankalpa will be most effective. If it is possible to associate the sankalpa with a visual image that will make it even more effective. Try to involve all of the senses. Word the desire in terms that it has already happened, not that you want it some time in the future. The desire should be most precise, for example "I am the administrator of the most beautiful Goloka Sanctuary Community in the world with 300 devoted residents." The desire should be grand but within the realm of possibility. What you are doing is increasing the probability that your desire will manifest when you perform samyama on it. For example if you desire to be the raja of the world, there may be some remote possibility of that, perhaps 1 chance in 1 billion. Perhaps your samyama will reduce the odds to perhaps 1 change in 1 million, a 1000-fold increase in the probability that the desire will manifest. Lord Brahma desired to create a universe that is exactly like Goloka. At the time when He began that samyama there was some remote chance that He could materialize such a universe. He knew the components of this universe would be the 432,000 mantras of the Rk Veda (because Lord Narayana tipped Him off!) so He applied Himself to the task and accomplished it, eventually reducing the odds to 1 in 1. If you are going to desire something, think big and put all of your love for humanity into it.

Jai Guru Dev,
Jeffrey S, New Jersey , April 4, 2015 at 6:45 PM | Reply
question is: as the purity increases does the power of the the desire also increase?
and another pt that needs to be addressed is the focus of the desire. In other words, there could be many sattvic desires but in order to gain the devas support the desire needs to be pinpointed, clear as well as powerful.
If there was a device/technique for projecting sattvic desires like this it would be very useful.
Jai Guru Dev
Sri Visvamitra, Cedar Crest, NM, United States , April 4, 2015 at 6:51 PM | Reply
Dear Jeffrey,

As purity increases, the desires tend toward the desires of Lord Brahma and less toward individual objectives. When sattva is maximum, the individual is in Brahman Consciousness and only desires that which is life supporting and uplifting for the entire universe. When sattva is low, desires are very selfish and individual, but when sattva is high, desires are universal and unconditional love based for the good of all. Low sattva equates to ignorance, high sattva is life in God Realization. From Patanjali, Sadhana Pada, 41 we see that increasing sattva spontaneously gives rise to God Realization:

Also the capacity for clarity, cleanliness, cheerfulness and intentness, as well as mastery over the senses, ultimately give rise to self realization. ||41||

The technique for projecting sattvic desires is samyama on sankalpa.

Jai Guru Dev,
Jeffrey S, New Jersey , April 5, 2015 at 12:20 PM | Reply
In a talk by Guru Dev (His Divinity Swami Brahmananda Saraswati), from a book edited by Maharishi, he said that one must strive to be a karma yogi (that means, being unattached and performing actions in accord with Natural Law - probably in your terms, BC). He said that the way/path to accomplish this is to understand and deal with desires (vasanas). There are 2 types, good and not good. The quality (good, not good) of the desire is determined by a person's dharma - he must follow the prescribed/described ways to live his life (basically brahmin, khsatriya, etc) in accord with the Vedic shastras. Then with the desires that arise that would lead him in a wrong direction (in thought, word or deed) the person should think of the name of God, meditate, do puja or sing bhajan, etc. to re-direct his attention. In this way the desires that are not good will become less and less and eventually stop. For the desires that are good, he should offer them to God.
He also said that offering "everything" to God does not mean offering both good and bad things. He says that this is implied and understood from the idea of offering. In other words, naturally you wouldn't offer a guest, for instance, something bad. You only offer good things.

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