One of the most revered schools of ancient wisdom is the Rikhiapeeth School of Yoga in Jharkhand, India. The school provides knowledge from the ancient texts of Yoga, Mantra and Tantra. The founding seer often used his enlightenment of spirituality and occult formulated thousands of years ago to manifest remarkable conditions in people’s lives. The seed of manifestation he used was the power of Mantra.
I had the occasion to gather much knowledge from this place of powerful meditative energy.
They speak of a mysterious infinite power at the base of all existence. Of the oneness of individual mind and that of the infinite.
Through experimentation they are able to demonstrate that “Mantra” a sound, whether spoken aloud or subliminally, has a distinct pulsation which resonates with certain mental frequencies. Different mantras are able to radically transform consciousness as they create neural pathways corresponding to their oscillation. This alters thought and brings remarkable healing in all aspects of life.
In Rikhiapeeth, I saw mantras healing people of disease. Healing them of poverty. Using the focussed power of this sound these yogis are able to control even their brain waves.
The ‘Nada’ yogis also say that out of this original sound energy evolved the five elements, the organs, the mind and humans.
From the power of Tantra (an ancient Indian philosophy and science), I learnt that words become flesh and words also become things.
Each syllable we speak has a hue, a form and a circumstance attached to it.
Every day, we fulfil many of our spoken predictions and yet, remain in the dark about them.
“The world is terrible. People everywhere are bad.”
“Everyone is a cheater.”
“My life is so busy, I hardly get time to eat.”
“I always miss my morning transport to office.”
“I have to eat out every day. I hope I don’t fall ill.”
“People don’t work unless you scream at them. I have to do everything.”
Our very own spoken word, our magic wand creates these realities in our lives.
It is up to us to prophesise better, isn’t it?
However, most people are not able to correct their spoken word and what it creates substantially. They use affirmations, but things don’t really alter fundamentally for them. Why?
Because, the soil which generates their speech hasn’t undergone any transformation.
There is always a residue of unkind words the world has said to us; residing inside our cells and in our subconscious mind. Even the air around has that. Many times, our speech is subconsciously prompted by this residue. Either in words, an aggressive tone or in bodily cues. Unless this residue is cleaned, our words cannot attract what we want them to.
I learnt at the yoga school that our every time we express ourselves, we must necessarily allow only those words to exit the mouth which will create a better environment for us. Knowing that each word of ours will create something in our lives.
Unlike a sword which can be sheathed again, words cannot be erased.
May the Divine provide the gift of Saraswati (wisdom, speech and learning) to all who read.