The Divine Unity

On February 28, 2000 at 7:50 p.m. while his father was preparing the Shri Brahmadeva image for the website, Arwinder happened to pass by. Stopping and pointing to the image which clearly depicted only three heads, he informed his father that Shri Brahma actually has four.

Arwinder just before his fifth birthday
Arwinder (bare-bodied) with siblings and friend. From left-right: Kash, Lalita, Shahwin, Arwinder and friend Navinder.

Arwinder has always maintained that in addition to meditating with the Devi, this had on many occasions also included meditation with the Messengers of God.

On September 4, 1996 at 6:20 p.m., his father again queried Arwinder regarding who the Spirit Beings were, that meditated with Shri Bhagavati — that is, out of the 34 that he meditated with on a regular basis, could he describe any of them by their certain, distinguishing features?

He described one of the Spirit Beings as having an elephant head and human body, who from Arwinder's happy description of him was clearly his favorite friend! Thus, he had identified Shri Ganesha.

He also described a Spirit Being as being blue in skin color, though he could not remember his name. Thus, he had identified Shri Krishna.

Compared to Shri Ganesha with his elephant head and human body, and Shri Krishna with his blue skin, the rest of the Spirit Beings did not have such unique distinguishing characteristics by which the five-year-old Arwinder could easily/adequately describe them, and for his father to therefore positively identify them.

Half an hour later, while browsing through the book 'Childcraft: The How and Why Library About Animals', Vol. 5, (World Book, Inc., a Scott Fetzer Co., 1986), he came upon a cobra on page 27, and immediately recalled that one of the Spirit Beings had a similar-looking snake around his neck. Arwinder had described Shri Shiva! His father told him that it was Shri Shiva, to which Arwinder added that Shri Shiva also had a swastika on his left palm. His father enquired as to how his son had come to know that fact.

Arwinder explained that Shri Shiva usually meditates with his left hand raised up, thereby clearly revealing a red swastika on the open, upraised palm!

On January 17, 1997, at 7:35 a.m. Arwinder's father was singing"Hai Gobinda, Hai Gopala," (lyrics of Jagjit Singh's Krishna Bhajans), and Arwinder joined in. His father the stopped singing and asked him the following questions:

Question: "Do you know who is Gobind and Gopal?”

Arwinder: “No.”

Question: "Did you see anybody blue in color in your meditation?”

Arwinder: “Yes.”

Question: "He is Gobind and Gopal. Or Krishna. Did you talk to Him?”

Arwinder: “Yes.”

Question: "What did you talk about?”

Arwinder: “I don't remember.”

Question: "Is He dark blue or light blue?”

Arwinder: “Light blue. I saw He was light blue.”

On Thursday, August 7, 1997, Arwinder, Lalita and their father went to the nearby Saul Bellow Library, before before renting a movie from Club International (Lachine) at around 5.30 p.m.

On the way, his father advised Arwinder always to remember what Shri Mataji had shown him in his Sahasrara — the Light, places, people and so on. The young spiritual seer nodded affirmatively, whereupon his father casually tossed him a few questions:

Question: "Do you still remember Shri Ganesha?”

Arwinder: “Yes, He plays the flute.”

Question: "Are you sure He plays the flute?”

Arwinder: “No, not very sure.”

Question: "Has He got an elephant face?”

(Arwinder does not answer.)

"Close your eyes to remember.”

(Arwinder closes his eyes and concentrates.)

"What color was His skin?”

Arwinder: “Blue.”

Question: "That was Shri Krishna wasn't it?”

Arwinder: “Yes.”

Question: "Have you seen Him playing the flute?”

Arwinder: “In the temples. Sometimes when we meditate.”

Question: "O.K., we will go back home and continue talking.”

They were already nearing the Club International video store, when the father borrowed a pen to scribble down what Arwinder had just said. After renting the movie 'The Brothers McMullen' and shopping for some groceries at the Maxi supermarket, they all headed for home.

Upon arrival home, more questions were immediately put to Arwinder, commencing with Shri Krishna. All of the answers were written down:

Question: "O.K. How many hands did He have?”

Arwinder: "Two. I mean four. Four hands.”

Question: "You are sure He had four hands?”

Arwinder: "Yes.”

Question: "Did He hold anything in His hands?”

Arwinder: “Yeah, He had a flute.”

Question: "Some more. Anything else He had in the hands?

Arwinder: “Yeah, prasad. He can only hold three things ...”

(Pause as father was busy jotting.)

“Papa, He can only hold three things.”

Question: "So, one hand had prasad, two hands flute. What about one more hand?”

Arwinder: “You know the thing Shri Mataji hold in the hand with Her finger.”

Arwinder lifted up his Vishuddhi forefinger and showed his father.

Question: "You mean the one with sharp edges like a star.” (a Sudharsan.)

Arwinder: “Like the one Shri Rama hold in the movie.”

(His family had an animated video titled Ramayana, where Shri Rama uses the Sudarshan-Chakra, sometimes called Divine Wheel, to kill demons and was referring to this Divine Weapon.)

Question: "Is the thing turning or not.”

Arwinder: “Yeah.”

Question: "How you know it's turning?”

Arwinder: “Because I saw it turning. I asked Him: 'Is it turning or not?'"

Question: "You mean you asked Him?” (i.e., Shri Krishna.)

Arwinder: (Nodding in affirmation.)

Question: "Where were you when this happened?”

Arwinder: “In Shri Mataji's place.”

Question: "Where was this Shri Mataji's place?”

Arwinder: “They only have one place.”

Question: "You mean the place with the Light.”

Arwinder: “Yeah.”

Question: "Was there anybody else?”

Arwinder: “Yeah.”

Question: "Who were they?”

Arwinder: “The One with the Elephant Face. Shri Mataji also. You know the One with Monkey Face?”

Lord Jesus Christ of Mormon Bible
The Book of Mormon: Another
Testament of Jesus Christ
Arwinder then pointed to the book as The Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ which was then produced with the picture of Lord Jesus Christ (left) being shown to him.

Arwinder: “Yeah. He is the One.”

Question: "His name is Lord Jesus Christ you know?”

Arwinder, apparently busy with his thoughts, does not answer.

Arwinder: “I also saw someone else. You know the people with three heads. You know the book, the Mantra Book we use during the Puja?”

The Sahaja Yoga Mantra Book was produced and Arwinder went through it. On page 78 he paused to observe the picture of Shri Adi Guru Dattatreya but stated that it was not Shri Adi Guru Dattatreya that he was referring to.

Shri Brahma
Shri Brahma

Arwinder then paused on page 64, and pointing to Shri Brahma (left), informed his father that:

Arwinder: “He was the One. I saw all of them. I saw everybody.”


On February 28, 2000 at 7:50 p.m. while his father was preparing the Shri Brahmadeva image for the website, Arwinder happened to pass by. Stopping and pointing to the image which clearly depicted only three heads, he informed his father that Shri Brahma actually has four!

His father asked him how he knew that, to which his son described how he had walked a complete circle around Shri Brahma and was absolutely sure that He had four heads. He then delightfully pointed to the tip of the hidden fourth crown (see above photo with slight tip of fourth crown showing) and said: "This is the other head; He had four heads and four hands!"

Question: "Did you see any women?”

Arwinder: “Yeah.”

Question: "The women were with whom?”

Arwinder: “They were all the Sahaja Yogis' girls.” (i.e. the Consorts of the Deities.)

Question: "Were they pretty, beautiful?”

Arwinder: “They were like Shri Mataji. All the girls were Sahaja Yogis.”

Question: "Did the girls talk to you.”

Arwinder: “Yeah.”

Question: "In what language?”

Arwinder: “English.”

Question: "You mean all of them speak English with you?”

Arwinder nods his head in affirmation.

Arwinder: “I saw all of them.”

Shri Siva (Sahaja Yoga Mantra Book)
Shri Shiva
[On continuing to thumb through The Sahaja Yoga Mantra Book Arwinder happened upon Shri Shiva, whereupon, pointing to Shri Shiva (left) said:

“I also saw Him.”

He then perused page 109 and pointing to Shri Durga, (below), said to his father:

Arwinder: “I saw
Arwinder: “I don't know. Sometimes when I see ...”

He then went on to explain that he remembers certain things only after he comes across related photographs or images. For example, he recalled meeting Shri Shiva only after he saw the photo of a cobraEven Kash admitted that it was difficult to recollect the experiences in the Sahasrara after a lapse of time. According to him this dimension is so different and unlike anything on Earth that to remember details months later takes considerable effort.

Kash has also stated that it is difficult to recollect the experiences in the Sahasrara after a lapse of time. According to him, this dimension is so different and unlike anything on Earth, that to remember the details months later takes considerable effort.

Question: "Was Shri Mataji sitting on the tiger or not?”

Arwinder: “Yeah, sometimes. Not all the time.”

Question: "How many hands does Shri Mataji have?”

Arwinder: “She can have two, four, six, eight.”

Question: "You mean She got different hands at different times?”

Arwinder: “Yeah, She can have two, four. You jump like two, four, six, eight. Not like three, five, like that.”

Shri Rama (Sahaja Yoga Mantra Book)
Shri Rama
While replying to his father's questions Arwinder continued to peruse the Sahaja Yoga Mantra Book and upon seeing Shri Rama on page 96, informed his father that:

Arwinder: “He, I did not see with the bow.” (i.e. he saw Shri Rama [left] but without a bow.)

At page 72 he came across Shri Vishnu (below) and confirmed:

Arwinder: “He, I saw.”

On December 16, 1997 at 6:25 a.m. Arwinder was asked whether he preferred life on Earth or life in the spiritual world. Without hesitation Arwinder specified that he liked the Kingdom of God better because of the Light, Shri Mataji being there and"less noise.”

Arwinder added that he would like to go back there again, unaware that along with the many other ancient souls who had descended with the Great Primordial Mother, he had also descended—not to mention the thousands still waiting to take birth in the wombs of shaktis — to battle the dark forces threatening to destroy His Creation.

Shri Vishnu (Sahaja Yoga Mantra Book)
Shri Vishnu
Note: One day in November 1993, as Kash sat with the Great Adi Shakti in his Sahasrara, Shri Padmanabha Sahodari Devi 1 decided to take him to visit Shri Vishnu and Lakshmi. She levitated him and they travelled at stupendous speed, soon reaching their destination which was engulfed in thick mist. In fact, Kash could hardly see more than a few feet in front of him.

They landed on something unusual, which felt alive.

Upon Shri Mataji introducing Kash to Shri Vishnu and Mahalakshmi, the young boy took in the stunning scene of the lotus-eyed Supreme Personality of God wearing yellow garments against a complexion as of dark-blue cloud, and who was resting peacefully on the lap of Lord Ananta Sesa. His face was very handsome and cheerful with a smiling glance that revealed lovely eyebrows, a raised nose, finely formed ears, beautiful cheeks and red lips. The broad shoulders and expansive chest were beautiful and His long arms revealed great strength. His neck was strong, the navel deep and His abdomen bore lines like those on a banyan leaf. He had large loins and hips, thighs like an elephant's trunk, and shapely knees and shanks. His raised ankles reflected the brilliant effulgence emanating from the nails on His petal-like toes of His lotus feet of causeless mercy, revealing the most beautiful flowerlike division.]

Adorned with a head gear, bracelets and armlets, which were all bedecked with many brilliant gems, and also a belt, a sacred thread, necklaces, ankle bells and earrings, the Lord shone with dazzling effulgence. In one hand He held a lotus flower, in the others a discus, club and conch shell. Gracing His broad chest were the Srivasta mark, the brilliant Kaustubha gem and a flower garland.

His consort Shri Mahalakshmi, who wore a dazzling pink sari. He noticed that She had a ring in Her nose and a tikka (red dot) on the forehead. Her feet had a sheen of golden turtle. She had four arms with delicate and soft fingers. Her black hair was tiny, soft, and delicate. She wore rows of pearls interlaced with emeralds and a garland of gold hung over her shoulders with dazzling beauty.

Kash looked up and was spellbound by the incredible vision of immense power and matchless splendor that greeted him — an awesome, gigantic, multi-headed snake was standing guard over them! They were, in fact, resting on the completely white, gigantic Sesa-naga [Primordial Snake] and being sheltered by it's serpent-hood. The head of the Primordial Cosmic Serpent, Shri Sesa, was gloriously bedecked with priceless jewels.

When Kash returned from meditation he described this incredible journey to his father, who believed it but expressed some misgivings regarding the giant snake. However, Kash insisted regarding the existence of this great Divine Serpent, explaining to his father that he had felt the emanation of its bodily heat while sitting on it! The difficult part of Kash's story was that while sitting on the Sheshnaga, Kash had felt a peculiar sensation: that of being gently swayed from side to side, as if floating. However, he could not see through the thick mist swirling all around him and was unsure if they were indeed floating on a body of water.

His father, quite ignorant of Hinduism, was skeptical that a serpent could float in a stationary coiled-up position. Kash was asked whether he was sure that they were surrounded by water. Perhaps they were on land all the while, a more plausible explanation for a serpent to support weight while motionless. His son replied that he felt that the Cosmic Serpent was floating and gently swaying, and was not completely stationary as on land.

Due to the lack of a visible sighting of a body of water on Kash's behalf and thus his inability to give verifiable evidence, the 'floating fact' was omitted in the original notes.

More than a year later the searing Truth of a child's Third-Eye Vision came streaming forth. As his father watched Ramayana, an epic mythical narration of ancient Hinduism, there appeared for the first time the glorious form of Shri Vishnu reclining on Shri Ananta in the vast Milky Ocean! Kash had indeed witnessed this Timeless Vedic Truth and his sensation of being afloat had been correct. The Spirit of the Living God, Shri Adhiparasakthi Shri Nirmala Devi, had indeed taken him to the Cosmic Causal Ocean where Shri Vishnu and Shri Lakshmi rested on the floating Shri Sankarsana—Shri Vishnu's serpent bed!

The Great Adi Shakti Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
“He is the Shesha as they call the Serpent, which sleeps on the Bhavasagara, on which Shri Vishnu rests. The same Shesha had taken birth as Shri Lakshmana. Now for a western mind you see if you talk about snakes, they only know the Adam and Eve snake that's all. They don't understand anything, and they can't understand why people worship snakes ...”

Sri Visnurupini Devi
Shri Rama's Birthday Puja, London, U.K. — April 2, 1982

(Vishnurupini [893] In the form of Visnu (Visnurupini.)

“So today I've decided to have Mahamaya Puja. I have never talked about Mahamaya as it is not to be talked or told. It's a secret, as they say.

Is the basic of Sahaja Yoga, I should say because it is described when the Goddess comes in the Sahasrara, the Shakti, She is Mahamaya. 'Sahasrara hai Mahamaya,' already described.

She has to be the Mahamaya means She should camouflage Herself fully. Nobody should be able to know Her as the Goddess, to begin with, and even if they get realization they should not reach to the end of it. There are many reasons for that.

The first thing, the job. The job of Mahamaya was to give Realization... . Now this work, difficult work of giving Realization to others is very intricate. It has to work out in such a manner that nobody feels that it is done by some great personality or with a great awe or fear. So the Mahamaya Incarnation has to come, that people can come closer.

Also, it has one advantage, very great advantage is that when a simple person who's just a housewife starts giving Realization, people are flabbergasted. Also they think," If she can do it, why not we do it? After all, she's just an ordinary housewife. So, it's all right. If she can do something, we can also do it.”
So they have self-confidence and, being a Mother, She does Her loving part, Her compassion. But the greatest is the patience....

But now, what is the purpose? As I told you is that I could come close to you and I need not, sort of, fill you with fear or oddness, or even a feeling that I am not a human being. I behave exactly like human being, I react exactly like human beings and all these Powers are hidden within Myself. Unless and until you are a Realized soul, you won't understand. Whatever you may do, you won't understand.

Or maybe in the previous life you had your Realization or maybe also you have done such tremendous punyas that you can recognize. There are people like that who have done it.

But to make it more, sort of congenial to you, is to become absolutely a human being. So I married. I have children. I have grandchildren and I do shopping, as you see. People are surprised how I take Coca-Cola. I'm not supposed to take Coca-Cola? Or I eat popcorn. They're surprised. But I have to be just like you. But inside I am not, outside I am.”

Shri Pustih Devi

(Pustih [444th]: Nourishment. It is She who nourishes the Jiva — annam Brahmeti vyajanat (Tai-Up. 3.2). 'Know food as Brahman.')

“Chopra: Deep stuff or New Age fluff?

Motivational guru Deepak Chopra believes he provides answers for a new age, teaching his international body of followers that the key to solving problems is to seek God within. Chopra's philosophy, zealously marketed through books, seminars and tapes, has won him legions of fans....

"There is no guilt in his system. There is no need for remorse or anything like that. It is not like you have to stop sinning (or) you have to clean up your act. There are no commandments," John Morreall, professor of religious studies at USF, said of Chopra's teachings.”People want easy, digestible stuff that doesn't require them to change their life, and any way you can package that will be successful," Morreall added.

In fact, a sell-out crowd is expected Monday when Chopra makes an appearance at the Mahaffey Theater, said the Rev. Joan Pinkston, minister at the Center for Positive Living, which is sponsoring his visit.

She said this is the third time her church, at 5200 29th Ave. N, has brought Chopra to Tampa Bay.

"He is so popular and he does bring a universal message of truth for those who are ready to hear it," Pinkston said. "He brings it to the masses who are unchurched and who may never capture that message other than through the secular community.”

In a telephone interview, Chopra, who was born in India, said he prefers to be thought of as spiritual rather than religious.”The founders of religion were universal beings," he said. "But at some point it developed dogma and ideology and unfortunately we have had more anguish and more war and more hatred and more bigotry and more suffering in the name of religion than in every other name... . I like to think of myself as seeking spirituality, which is the basis of religion. God gave humans the truth, and the devil came and he said, 'Let's give it a name and call it religion.'"

Chopra, whose teachings are based in part on the Vedantas, the sacred writings that are the root of Hinduism, added that it often is said that God created man in his own image.”I think it is the other way. Man created God in his own image," he said. "The image of God is usually a dead white man in the sky. That is just an image. It is not satisfactory. Why can't God be black or a woman? ... All the conflict in the world is because we have different images of God. God is beyond image. As soon as you create an image about God, you limit God.”But, he said, that is what defines most religion.

Spirituality is different, giving one the ability to love and have compassion, added Chopra, author of 22 books, including best-sellers Ageless Body, Timeless Mind, The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success and The Pathway to Love.”It is the capacity to experience joy and spread it to others," he said. "It is the security of knowing that your life has meaning and purpose. It is a sense of connection to the creative power of the universe. This creative power of the universe is by various religions called God.”In my experience, it is infinite. It is unbounded. It's immanent and transcendent. It is timeless. It expresses itself in the infinite organization of the universe and in the infinite intelligence of the universe.”

And to find God, those caught up in the search must get in touch with what Chopra refers to as"The essence"of their own being. That essence, he explained, is God. And it is within every person, said Chopra, quoting Jesus in the book of John....

And it seems to sell particularly well among intellectuals, Morreall said. For those trying to cope with stressful conditions, Chopra's message finds a ready welcome.

"What Chopra offers is the promise that you will be able to quiet down the noise and you will be able to control your world. And that is immensely appealing," Morreall said.

To members of the Center for Positive Living, part of the Spokane, Wash.-based Religious Science organization, Chopra reaffirms a familiar philosophy.

"With what we teach, we believe in one power and it doesn't matter what you call it, whether it is God, spirit, nature, life," Pinkston said. "It is the ultimate one power. What we believe is true about God is also true about us. The one thing that may separate us from other mainline, traditional religions is that we truly believe that this power that created us is within us and is not something that is outside and separate from us and that it is, yes, greater than we are and that we can use it and we are using it every moment.”Chopra's popularity, she said, is based on his universal message.

"Here is a medical doctor who has taught at Tufts University, and he is very well-read. I believe that people are really hungry for the message ... that the soul responds to — that we are divine beings," added Pinkston, a former Baptist who began searching for a new path about 30 years ago.

"We teach the metaphysical, the inner message of Jesus the Christ," Pinkston said. " (Chopra) is teaching the same message. The way he is teaching is that love can renew, heal. Love can make us safe. Love can inspire us and bring us closer to God and that is what we are all searching for, the union of the self and the spirit.”...

What morsels of wisdom will he leave with his audience Monday?

"I only want to achieve one thing in that when they leave they will say to themselves there is a lot to think about," he said. "And in some of them it will start a new journey which will radically affect the way they live their life.” "

(Kitty Bennett, Times researcher, UMI Company 1998.)

“The saints who sang the hymns of Tirumurai inspire us onward and inward. The grand, great old Rishi Tirumular captured the essence of the Vedas and the Agamas in his epistles, announcing the rules and regulations that we must follow, telling of the attainments that we may expect. Over two thousand years ago the great siddha Saint Tirumular taught," Offer oblations in love. Light the golden lamps. Spread incense of fragrant wood and lighted camphor in all directions. Forget your worldly worries and meditate. Truly, you shall attain rapturous liberation.”

It is said in our Hindu scriptures that it is necessary to have a satguru. However, it is also possible for an individual to accomplish all of this himself without a guru. Possible, but most difficult and exceedingly rare. There may be four or five in a hundred years, or less. Scriptures explain that perhaps in past lives such a soul would have been well disciplined by some guru and is helped inwardly by God in this life. With rare exceptions, a guru is necessary to guide the aspirant on the path as far as he is willing and able to go in his current incarnation. Few will reach the Ultimate. The satguru is needed because the mind is cunning and the ego is a self-perpetuating mechanism. It is unable and unwilling to transcend itself by itself. Therefore, one needs the guidance of another who has gone through the same process, who has faithfully followed the path to its natural end and therefore can gently lead us to God within ourselves. Remember, the satguru will keep you on the path, but you have to walk the path yourself.

All gurus differ one from another depending on their parampara, their lineage, as well as on their individual nature, awakening and attainments. Basically, the only thing that a guru can give you is yourself to yourself. That is all, and this is done in many ways. The guru would only be limited by his philosophy, which outlines the ultimate attainment, and by his own experience. He cannot take you where he has not himself been. It is the guru's job to inspire, to assist, to guide and sometimes even impel the disciple to move a little further toward the Self of himself than he has been able to go by himself.”

Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami
(GURUDEVA Monday, Dec. 14, 1998 1:40 AM)

528) Sri Sahasra-dala-padmastha

— Resides in the Thousand-Petalled Lotus.

531) Sri Sukla-samsthita

— Resides in tissue of seeds.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)

535) Sri Svaha

— Divine Speech in sacrificial oblation.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)

543) Sri Punya-labhya

— Attained by the meritorious or righteous.
— Worshipped due to good actions in previous births.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)

551) Sri Sarva-mrtyu-Nivarini

— Cures all disease of body and mind.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)

552) Sri Agra-ganya

— Primordial

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)

552) Sri Achintya-rupa

— Form inaccessible to thought.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)

555) Sri Kali-kalmasa-nasini

— Destroys sins in this Kali age.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)

557) Sri Kalahantri

— Destroyer of Time.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)

563) Sri Mukhya

— The First One.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)

567) Sri Bhakta-nidhih

— Ocean of Kindness for Her devotees.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)

568) Sri Niyantri

— Maker of Laws and Rules.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)

569) Sri Nikhilesvari

— Queen of All.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)

571) Sri Maha-pralaya-saksini

— Witness of the Great Dissolution.
—"Glory to Your Form, the Lone Witness to the Dance of Shiva at the destruction of Kalpa.”Sri Samkara Mantra-Matrka-Stava.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)

572) Sri Para-saktih

— The Ultimate Power.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)

573) Sri Prajnana Ghana-rupini

— Supreme Wisdom
— State of Consciousness where nothing else is experienced except Self.
—"Like the taste of salt in the sea (It) is everywhere; Prajnana is All Pervasive.”Brahadaranyaka Upanisad

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)

591) Sri Sirahsthita

— Dwells inside head near Brahmarandhra.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)

1. Padmanabha-Sahodari (280th): Sister of Vishnu. She was born along with Visnu.

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Reincarnation in the Old Testament
Reincarnation in the Jewish Kabbalah
Value of direct experience
Face to Face with God
Octad to Goddess Tripurasundarii
Devi Gita
Hymn to Durga
Glory to the Divine Mother
Enduring presence of Divine Feminine
Arwinder, what it is to be a spirit?
Arwinder: "I think He (Buddha) is bald, a bit big.”