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Glossary of Terms Used in Steve Beckow’s Speech, “Ascension: The Bigger Picture”

Glossary of Terms Used in Steve Beckow’s Speech, “Ascension: The Bigger Picture”

Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva

The Trimurthy (three forms) of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva are names given to the three gunas or cosmic forces of creation, preservation and transformation. The three gunas are called rajas (creation, Brahma), sattwa (preservation, Vishnu), and thamas (transformation, Shiva).

It is not generally known that the Trimurthy is the same as the gunas. The Divine Mother confirmed this relationship in a recent Hour with an Angel.

The three gunas refer to three phases of the creative universal vibration known as Aum. Aum is a sine wave whose upward phase is rajas or creation; whose top of the wave is sattwa or balance; and whose downward phase is thamas or transformation.

Brahmajnana

Brahmajnana means the direct knowledge of God. (Brahma = God, Jnana = Wisdom or in this case Knowledge). Brahmjnana occurs when the kundalini reaches the seventh chakra. It is also called Kevalya nirvikalpa samadhi.

Brahman, Atman and Shakti

Brahman, Atman and Shakti are Sanskrit terms for what in Hinduism is the same as that in Christianity which is know as the Father, Son and Holy Ghost.

Brahman refers to the transcendental level of reality, the Void, the still and silent Heavenly Father.

Shakti refers to the phenomenal or material level of reality, the World, the active and sonic Holy Spirit. Shakti is also referred to as the Divine Mother, Prakriti/Procreatrix, Aum/Amen, the Word of God.

Prakriti (Sanskrit) and Procreatrix (Latin) mean the force which creates. Aum is the actual creative universal vibration or primal energy which Shakti is in form (in substance she is consciousness), the Word of God that creates, preserves and transforms.

The Atman refers to the transcendental in the phenomenal, the divine spark in the heart, the Son of God or Christ. It is also often referred to as the Self, the soul, the treasure buried in the field (of the body, in the heart), the Pearl of great price, the Great Fish among fish, the mustard seed that grew into a great tree.

Glossary of Terms Used in Steve Beckow’s Speech, “Ascension: The Bigger Picture”

Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva

The Trimurthy (three forms) of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva are names given to the three gunas or cosmic forces of creation, preservation and transformation. The three gunas are called rajas (creation, Brahma), sattwa (preservation, Vishnu), and thamas (transformation, Shiva).

It is not generally known that the Trimurthy is the same as the gunas. The Divine Mother confirmed this relationship in a recent Hour with an Angel.

The three gunas refer to three phases of the creative universal vibration known as Aum. Aum is a sine wave whose upward phase is rajas or creation; whose top of the wave is sattwa or balance; and whose downward phase is thamas or transformation.

Brahmajnana

Brahmajnana means the direct knowledge of God. (Brahma = God, Jnana = Wisdom or in this case Knowledge). Brahmjnana occurs when the kundalini reaches the seventh chakra. It is also called Kevalya nirvikalpa samadhi.

Brahman, Atman and Shakti

Brahman, Atman and Shakti are Sanskrit terms for what in Hinduism is the same as that in Christianity which is know as the Father, Son and Holy Ghost.

Brahman refers to the transcendental level of reality, the Void, the still and silent Heavenly Father.

Shakti refers to the phenomenal or material level of reality, the World, the active and sonic Holy Spirit. Shakti is also referred to as the Divine Mother, Prakriti/Procreatrix, Aum/Amen, the Word of God.

Prakriti (Sanskrit) and Procreatrix (Latin) mean the force which creates. Aum is the actual creative universal vibration or primal energy which Shakti is in form (in substance she is consciousness), the Word of God that creates, preserves and transforms.

The Atman refers to the transcendental in the phenomenal, the divine spark in the heart, the Son of God or Christ. It is also often referred to as the Self, the soul, the treasure buried in the field (of the body, in the heart), the Pearl of great price, the Great Fish among fish, the mustard seed that grew into a great tree.

Hridayam

Literally meaning “this is the center,” the hrdidayam is the spiritual heart, located one finger width right of the breast bone. It is not the ophysical heart and not the heart chakra. It is where the Atman or Self resides.

Kundalini

The current of spiritual energy which mounts the spine from the base, muladhara, or first chakra to the crown, sahasrara, or seventh chakra, bringing with it enlightenment.

Nirvikalpa Samadhi

Nirvikalpa samadhi occurs when the kundalini reaches the crown, sahasrara, or seventh chakra. It means samadhi with no movement of the mind. The seeker becomes aware of God, but goes beyond and loses awareness of the world of form. It does not lose sight of the world of form.

There is more than one state of nirvikalpa samadhi. The first is kevalya nirvikalpa samadhi and occurs when the kundalini reaches the seventh chakra.

The second is sahaja nirvikalpa samadhi which occurs when the kundalini goes beyond the seventh chakra and reaches the hridayam or spiritual heart.

Kevalya nirvikalpa samadhi

Kevalya nirvikalpa samadhi is a synonym for Brahmajnana (see) and results when the kundalini (see) reaches the seventh chakra. It does not result in liberation.

Kevalya nirvikalpa samadhi results in a temporary heart opening and no liberation from birth and death while sahaja nirvikalpa samadhi (see) results in a permanent heart opening and liberation.

Sahaja Nirvikalpa Samadhi

Sahaja nirvikalpa samadhi occurs when the kundalini reaches the hridayam (see) or spiritual heart and results in a permanent heart opening and liberation from birth and death. It is synonymous with the level of enlightenment reached upon Ascension.

Samadhi

Samadhi means a trance state, state of ecstacy, non-ordinary reality.

Savikalpa Samadhi

Savikalpa samadhi occurs when the kundalini reaches the brow, Third Eye, or sixth chakra. It means samadhi with movement of the mind. The seeker becomes aware of God, but still remains aware of the world of form. It does not lose sight of the world of form. It “sees through a glass darkly.”

Hridayam

Literally meaning “this is the center,” the hrdidayam is the spiritual heart, located one finger width right of the breast bone. It is not the ophysical heart and not the heart chakra. It is where the Atman or Self resides.

Kundalini

The current of spiritual energy which mounts the spine from the base, muladhara, or first chakra to the crown, sahasrara, or seventh chakra, bringing with it enlightenment.

Nirvikalpa Samadhi

Nirvikalpa samadhi occurs when the kundalini reaches the crown, sahasrara, or seventh chakra. It means samadhi with no movement of the mind. The seeker becomes aware of God, but goes beyond and loses awareness of the world of form. It does not lose sight of the world of form.

There is more than one state of nirvikalpa samadhi.

Kevalya nirvikalpa samadhi

Kevalya nirvikalpa samadhi is a synonym for Brahmajnana (see) and results when the kundalini (see) reaches the seventh chakra. It does not result in liberation.

Kevalya nirvikalpa samadhi results in a temporary heart opening and no liberation from birth and death while sahaja nirvikalpa samadhi (see) results in a permanent heart opening and liberation.

Sahaja Nirvikalpa Samadhi

Sahaja nirvikalpa samadhi occurs when the kundalini reaches the hridayam (see) or spiritual heart and results in a permanent heart opening and liberation from birth and death. It is synonymous with the level of enlightenment reached upon Ascension.

Samadhi

Samadhi means a trance state, state of ecstacy, non-ordinary reality.

Savikalpa Samadhi

Savikalpa samadhi occurs when the kundalini reaches the brow, Third Eye, or sixth chakra. It means samadhi with movement of the mind. The seeker becomes aware of God, but still remains aware of the world of form. It does not lose sight of the world of form. It “sees through a glass darkly.”

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