Meditation on the Unborn Lord


5.6 Renunciation is difficult to attain without the disciplinary-action of yoking with the Unborn Lord. Yet by the practice of this yogic-discipline the muni shall quickly reach Divine Union.

5.7 One who is purely spiritual-minded, who is perpetually yoked in Divine Communion, who is victorious over the unruly sensate passions, and who knows through Buddha-gnosis one’s Self-Supreme (Atman), is never tainted or bound by karmic-influences.  

Renunciation is never won without first engaging in the Recollective-Resolve and meditative-equipoise. When the True-Yogin achieves ecstatic-union with the Unborn Lord and enters into all activity for the Self-Supreme alone, all former traces of karmatic-stimuli are incinerated in the eternal-flame of undefiled Buddhi. Triumphant over the body-consciousness, while at the same time satisfying the bare necessities of the carnal-host, the yogin/yogini performs one’s sacred actions not in the guise of a mortal agent, but as the Self-Supreme THAT permeates all surrounding dharmata.

5.8 Whilst seeing or hearing, touching or smelling, eating or sleeping and breathing, the muni knows the Salvific-Truth that it is not the Self that moves…

5.9 Although such a resilient one appears to be talking, giving and receiving, blinking and closing the eyes, the Self-Supreme knows that IT is not the doer but rather that it is the skandhic-self that is engaged and beholden to the senses. 

The advanced-yogin who retains blissful-union with the Unborn Mind & Spirit even during the mundane routines of the day, intuitively knows that Mind simply employs the sense organs in order for them to maintain the functional mechanisms of the samsaric-environment; but one’s “actual-position” is always one of spiritual-engagement with the Unborn and Absolute. The body-consciousness is forever linked with sensual gratification, whereas the Amala-consciousness of the Self-Supreme exclusively gratifies and actualizes the Divine Initiative.

5.10 The dutiful-one, united in One-Mindfulness with the Unborn Spirit, performs tasks without attachment, forever making them as devoted offerings to one’s Sovereign Lord; in such fashion one is immune to the sinful allures of Mara as a lotus-leaf is unmarred by muddy water.

When the yogin/yogini is united with the Infinite, the sacred-union eradicates all past karmic associations and consequences. One has now in body, mind, and soul ascended from the affairs of the flesh. By means of the highest-ecstasy (*nirbīja samādhi*) one’s manifestation of the Amala-consciousness empowers the muni to perform all purposeful-activity without becoming enmeshed in their respective outcomes.

5.11 The Unborn-Sage performs one’s responsibilities dispassionately, just using the sensate-apparatus as a utilitarian vehicle only for fostering purification.

Proper-Action always fosters purification. Hence, one carries-out fruitful-actions that help to dispel all past karmic misfortunes. The Ariyan Mind thus acts nobly and resourcefully under all circumstances. For the advanced adept, one makes control and utilization of the life-force energy via meditation on the 7 chakras as seen in Light of the Unborn; once the chakras are spinning correctly and without obstruction, one is then highly attuned with the Amala-consciousness, thus being one with the animating-process wherein the highly-skilled Mind-adept ascends to the very vivifying realms of the Dharmakayic-Spirit. When properly engaged, one’s total-being is purified thus serving as a finely-refined receptacle of the Infinite.

5.12 The Unborn Lord-united yogin, in fully-abandoning attachments to the fruit of their labors, perfects the peaceful and disciplined resolve of the Ariyan Mind. Whereas the worldling is held in bondage, forever attached to the fruits of their desires.

Without becoming distracted by any fulfillment of their hard-won labors in service to their Sovereign and Unborn Lord, the yogin is truly-centered in the heart of the Sugata-garbha (the Supreme Womb of Buddhaic-Light). Thus one is truly emancipated in the Unborn.

This entry was posted in The Bhagavad Gita and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Enter Captcha Here : *

Reload Image