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The Phases of Parmanus (Gujarati Dadavani April-2014)

By Bhagwan, Dada

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Title: The Phases of Parmanus (Gujarati Dadavani April-2014)  
Author: Bhagwan, Dada
Language: Gujarati
Subject: Non Fiction, Religion
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Publisher: Mahavideh Foundation
Member Page: Dada Bhagwan


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The Self (Atma) is the Knowing-Seeing element (Chetan tattva), and matter (jada tattva) is in the form of parmanus. These parmanus have three phases: prayogsa (charging phase), mishrasa (mixed phase), and vishrasa (pure phase). Pure (shuddha) parmanu are vishrasa. Now, due to the awareness of doership, when anger-pride-deceit-greed happen to a person, pure parmanus (vishrasa) enter the body from outside, and get charged on the basis of the electrical body. The parmanus become ‘colored’ according to the bhaav (view-intent-outlook-mode). The subatomic particles (parmanus) that have become charged are prayogsa and they exist in subtler (sukshmatar) form. Prayogsa are the causal subatomic particles and when they enter the womb in the next life, they take on the form of mishrasa. As soon as they become mishrasa, the effective body (karya deha) arises, and upon giving effect in the gross form (that which is experienced through the mind body complex) they become vishrasa (pure subatomic particles). Sweet or bitter results arise when the charged parmanus in the form of mishrasa discharge. First, the effect arises on a subtle (sukshma) level, on the basis of which particles are pulled at the gross level, where the gross effect happens and is evident externally. Due to the attachment abhorrence (raag-dwesh) that arises in that effect (discharge), the parmanus get charged again because of kartabhaav (‘I am the doer’). So, in this way, the cycle continues; from gross to subtle, and from subtle to gross. So then, what is the solution for a living being to become free from this cycle? The answer is, the application of the five Agnas (Gnani’s instructions that sustain the state of the Self after the Gnan Vidhi), pratikraman (three-step process of reversal from aggression through thought, speech and action), and samayik (Being the Self and seeing the self). Through these tools to attain the absolute Self, the purification of impure parmanus happens by remaining as the Knower and Seer as they unfold.


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