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Om Sathguru Sri Seshadri Swamigal Thiruvadikkae

Disciple:

Could you tell me about one of your experiences of the Divine?

Master:

Great divinity lives within man.

When by my Guru’s Grace, I reached the heart centre, (not physical) in meditation I could see the entire cosmos. The heart centre is most wondrous. In that centre I saw and experienced love. I also experienced the centre of knowledge, which is the centre of all arts. From the heart centre I moved up to the centre between the eyes, and that centre would release the most celestial fragrances.

When I reached the cerebral centre-  the highest centre-  I saw the Supreme Light blazing, by a thousand suns. Then I heard the most melodious harmonies in the spaces surrounding the inner sun, and nothing in the outer world can surpass within. I would get into the state of natural Samadhi. In the midst of this light I saw a glorious spectacle – a tiny blue dot – the Blue Pearl.

Man is great, he is sublime, and he is divine. God’s glory lives in him in all its fullness.

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Om Sathguru Sri Seshadri Swamigal Thiruvadikkae

Disciple:

How can a yogi obtain the perception of the ‘Neela Purusha’, the divine consciousness within him?

Master:

In the process of meditation, the vital fluid rises higher and higher until it becomes stabilized in the Sahasrara from which, in the course of further meditation the Blue Pearl (Neela Purusha) emerges. With further contemplation, the Blue Dot becomes pleased and explodes and reveals the Neela Purusha,( the Lord of Universe), the Blue person. According to Indian tradition, this Blue Person makes one a Guru. He gives one the command to impact knowledge to others. This Blue being is Supreme. People hearing of Him, wonder how such an immense Being can live within the Sahasrara. His form is composed of blue light, and the Upanishads describe Him as the “Thousand – Headed being”. One should be able to see the Blue Purusha (The Creator of the Universe) at least once. He is the inner Guru of all, the Supreme Principle.

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