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S'rî Chakra - Universal Jîva Archetype

 

The most fundamental archetype of our universe is the S'rî Chakra. S'rî means supreme and Chakra means circular structure. The S'rî Chakra exists as a three-dimensional construct within which all evolving beings exist. It serves as a superstructure upon which the 432,000 devas responsible for the functioning of the body perch, like birds on a tree. One of the most important functions of the S'rî Chakra is to act as a communications device -- much like an antennae -- that connects the individual mind with the Mind of the Creator, Lord Brahma.

The jîva is the fundamental, eternal life unit of every evolving being and hence a very important object of study for anyone who is interested in improving the quality and quantity of his or her life. If the jîva is eternal and the core of our individual life, why do we not have a much greater awareness of the jîva? Why do we only live for a few years? What happens to us after we die? Are we reborn in another body? Why is life so difficult to bear at times, even unbearable, and at other times so joyful? Knowledge of the jîva will provide the answers to these questions and many more.

Even though a jîva is made of nothing but consciousness, it has a very specific structure based on the S’rî Chakra, the universal jîva archetype. The S’rî Chakra is a geometrical knowledge construct. A geometrical knowledge construct is a precisely configured collection of fundamental geometrical patterns that completely define a specific realm of knowledge.

Most of us are not used to thinking in terms of knowledge contained in a geometric pattern. We might normally think about knowledge as a thought or collection of words. However, primordial knowledge that forms the basis of everything is in the form of precise, three-dimensional geometric patterns. These three-dimensional patterns arise in the medium of consciousness, like ripples on the surface of a still lake.

Like ripples in water, the primordial geometric knowledge constructs fade away if not refreshed. To refresh a primordial geometric knowledge construct, one must only bring it to mind and think about it. Whatever we put our attention on will be reinforced and grow stronger because attention infuses s’aktî into the object of attention. This is due to the spontaneous natural functioning of consciousness.

The three primordial geometric patterns are the sphere, tetrahedron, and pyramid. Each of these forms is associated with a property of individual consciousness like this:

The precise combination of these forms creates the primordial S’rî Chakra knowledge construct, which is the structure of the jîva. The S’rî Chakra is formed in a specific manner when the jîva initially breaks away to begin its sojourn into the realm of evolution. In this chapter we will explore how the S’rî Chakra initially forms to become the vehicle of the jîva.

 The S’rî Chakra is a complex three-dimensional structure. However, it is very useful, for simplicity, to first study it in a two-dimensional representation. The following drawings illustrate the formation of the S’rî Chakra in a two-dimensional representation as it begins to form immediately after the moment of the initial prajña-aprada when the intellect of the jîva first creates an illusory difference between jîva and S’îva/Krishna.

 

The distinction that forms between jîva and S’îva/Krishna is the first sprouting of the ego. The ego or ahamkara is a spherical primordial geometric structure that is the first part of the S’rî Cakra to arise. Within the ahamkara the bûddhi (intellect) begins to form with the appearance of the first tetrahedron, as illustrated in the drawings above.

The first tetrahedron (shown as a triangle in the drawing above) of the bûddhi resonates with the primordial sound structure of the 1st mandala of the Rik Veda. The Rik Veda is the totality of all knowledge in the form of primordial sound in which the seed value of the total potential of Natural Law is found. Each of the 10 mandalas resonates with a particular value of Natural Law.

Sound, which is vibration, is the mechanism by which consciousness manifests and appears to take on a concrete form. The primordial geometric structures of sphere, tetrahedron and pyramid arise from the flow of s’aktî that accompanies the intention of the rishî. This flow, while vibratory in nature, is subtler than sound and provides the structure for the reverberation of sound. The first tetrahedron of the bûddhi provides the structure for the reverberation of the 1st mandala of the Rik Veda. This mandala contains the essence of the entire Rik Veda, and the whole of the Rik Veda can be found to come out of this mandala. More information on these primordial elements is presented in the bookÂtmavedî, Part I.
 

The next tetrahedron of the bûddhi aspect of the S’rî Chakra forms to resonate with the 10th mandala of the Rik Veda. The 10th mandala is the subtlest of the mandalas and generates the purûsha value. The purûsha is the rishî or silent witness, which resides in the ahamkara (ego). Following is a sequence of drawings that illustrate how the other eight mandalas form the remaining tetrahedral structure of the bûddhi.

For simplicity, bûddhi is shown not only in two-dimensions, but also static. However, the tetrahedrons are spinning about a central axis. More details about this and other features of the S’rî Chakra will be presented later.

After bûddhi forms, encapsulated within the ahamkara sphere, manas (mind) forms as two pyramids arise which surround bûddhi and the ahamkara. The drawing below illustrates this step in the development of the S’rî Chakra. This is a two-dimensional top view showing the top pyramid only.

As the jîva begins its long cycle of evolution through the realm of avidya (darkness or without knowledge), the ahamkara replicates 10 times for a total of 11 ahamkara spheres. The finished S’rî Chakra has 10 interlocking tetrahedrons that form bûddhi, two pyramids that form manas, and 11 spheres that form ahamkara.

The drawings below depict the S’rî Chakra in three different two-dimensional views. The front view, as it would appear surrounding the human body, front view with the ahamkara spheres in place, and a top view with the ahamkara spheres. The S’rî Chakra that surrounds the human body is proportionately sized such that the bûddhi tetrahedron complex is approximately 10% higher than the top of the head.

S’rî Chakra and explore its minute detail. From these experiences we have constructed a series of three-dimensional drawings that will help you to visualize the full structure.

bûddhi tetrahedron structure. In these drawings two of the tetrahedrons have been colored to show detail better.  Also we show both the top and front views. In the previous series of two-dimensional drawings, both the top and front views are shown.

Âtmavedî, Part II the relationship between the S’rî Chakra and the human body is fully illustrated. S’rî Chakra knowledge structure as it appears surrounding the human physical body with the ahamkara spheres showing. The manas pyramid and bûddhi tetrahedron structure is “inside” the set of ahamkara spheres and not visible.

The S’rî Chakra that is initially provided to the jîva is an unmanifest knowledge structure that is potentially capable of resonating Bliss Consciousness, however it is not populated by devas so it is non-functional. Devas are packets of s’aktî that have a specific realm of functionality related to a specific knowledge structure. They arise spontaneously from consciousness in response to the intention of the rishî. If the intention of the rishî is in resonance with the S’rî Chakra, the deva will take up “residence” at the appropriate location within the structure of the S’rî Chakra, like a bird resting on a tree branch. If the intention is not in resonance, the deva will be ungrounded and hence a detractor from the holistic functionality of the S’rî Chakra. Ungrounded energies eventually become kârmas.

The S’rî Chakra has innumerable “residence locations” for specific devas, each according to its functionality. For example, each syllable of the Rik Veda generates a resonance value for a specific deva. Both the ahamkara spheres and the bûddhi tetrahedrons are associated with the mandalas of the Rik Veda, so it is possible to map out exactly what devas should be present in the S’rî Chakra, and where these devas should be located in the structure. This knowledge is the basis of an important technique in the S’rî Chakra Mahâ-Videhâ Programme that leads to Brahman Consciousness. When the S’rî Chakra is fully populated with devas, and free of ungrounded energies, kârmas, and vâsanâs, Brahman Consciousness may be granted.

The S’rî Chakra is a fascinating structure with extraordinary detail related to all the primordial elements of the universe. It is a universal knowledge archetype that resonates with Pure Consciousness and the Mind of Brahma, the creator of our universe. One of its functions is to provide a communications link to the mind of Brahma, for the purpose of allowing the jîva to know the content of this mind, and therefore have access to all knowledge that is knowable in the universe.

Throughout the vast body of ancient Vedic Literature, composed by Vedavyasa there is frequent reference to the padma or lotus which is the esoteric symbol for the S'rî Chakra. The Supreme Jîva Avatar for our universe, Lord Brahma and His S'akti Saraswati, and the Supreme Krisha Avatar S'rî Vishnu, and His S'akti Lakshmi are all depicted as either seated upon or standing upon a lotus to symbolize the importance and fundamental nature of this structure.

If everyone has this S’rî Chakra knowledge construct as standard equipment, why are we not aware of it and the mind of Brahma? The S'ri Chakra requires a full compliment of devas in order to function properly. These devas can be acquired by drinking water with dissolved Âtmavedi Crystals.

 

Programming Âtmavedi Crystals

 

When programmed with the 432,000 devas of the Rig Veda, we call these crystals Âtmavedi Crystals. The programming process takes over 1,300 hours during which the crystals are exposed to loud vibration of the entire Rig Veda plus other Vedic mantras in a prana amplified tetrahedral enclosure.

To utilize Âtmavedi Crystals to promote Brahman Consciousness, it is necessary to prepare 800ml of pure water each day by dissolving 1 capsule of crystals in the water. The water is programmed for the individual by using the provided 800ml glass container that has S'ri Vyuha Jyotish Chakra of the individual and a 10,000 gauss magnet attached to the bottom.

 
   
 

The S'rî Vyuha Jyotish Chakra is constructed to show your personal web of karma in a graphic form that is literally a symbolic representation of the eons of experience you have had.

Beginning with the dark blue sphere that contains all the symbols. This sphere is a symbol that represents the universe of Lord Brahma. It is from within this universe that you have been experiencing existence for innumerable life-times.

Within the sphere of the universe is the energy pattern of your S'rî Chakra - the fundamental archetype of pure knowledge for our universe. Your S'rî Chakra is the resonanting energy frequency of the Mind of the Creator and your direct link to this Supreme Intelligence.

Embedded in your S'rî Chakra are all of the karmas and ungrounded energies that you have generated during your eons of existence. The symbols here are

  • Rashis - larger colored spheres with symbols at their center. There are 12 Rashis and each one represents an aggregation of karma
  • Bhavas - the placement of the Rashis represent their Bhava position. The large Rashi in the upper center is the Lagna (ascendant) and is a primary indicator of the karma of this life. The second Bhava is located above and to the left, the third is to the left of the second and so on around the Chakra.
  • Grahas - small colored spheres with symbols at their center. There are nine Grahas who are responsible for delivering the karma associated with the Rashis. Each Rashi is presided over by a Graha.

The S'rî Vyuha Jyotish Chakra is created based on your birth date, birth time and birth location. This yantra provides a connection to the individual thread of existence that has manifested your physical life. The Chakra captures the holistic value of your karma.

The Chakra is mounted on the bottom of the 800ml glass container with a powerful 2.5 inch diameter circular 10,000 Gauss neodymium magnet. The strong magnetic field energizes the devas and transforms the water by lowering its surface tension, which makes the water absorb much easier through the human cell membranes.  By allowing the Âtmavedi Crystal water to rest on your Chakra for 1 hour, the devas are enlivened and linked to your life stream so that when the water is ingested the devas will quickly establish themselves in the S'ri Chakras of the pineal gland.

When you order Âtmavedi Crystals, an 800ml glass containter is provided with your personal  S'rî Vyuha Jyotish Chakra and the special magnet attached to the bottom. This container is required for linking the devas to your life stream. A one month supply of crystals plus the 800ml glass container with your chakra and magnet is then shipped to you. Subsequently, on the same day of the month you placed your original order, a fresh one month supply of Âtmavedi Crystals is automatically shipped to you.

The cost for a one month supply of Âtmavedi Crystals is only $18 and the personalized 800ml glass container with your S'rî Vyuha Jyotish Chakra and magnet mounted on the bottom is $31 (first month only).

The next step is to gather the birth information for each person that you are ordering for today, so that the personalized S'rî Vyuha Jyotish Chakra magnetic container may be created. You will need the birth date, time and location for each person.

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