What is body?According to research done by spirituality texts and Yogic Kriyas, the body is of three levels and panchkoshas. There are three levels - gross, subtle and causal and the pancha kosha - Annamaya, Manomaya, Pranamaya, Vigyanamaya and Anandamaya.
The subtle body resides within the gross body, the casual body within the subtle body and the soul resides within the causal body. The gross body is composed of five elements, namely earth, water, fire, sky and air. The seven dhatus called marrow, bone, fattening, flesh, blood, derm and skin are for its creation. This is the Annamaya Kosh. The Earth is suzerain of annamaykosh. God has given ten senses to the human body.
The five gyaanindriyas and the five karmaindriyas. (1) Eye (2) Ear (3) Nose (4) Tongue (5) Skin These five senses provide knowledge of subjects. Seeing good and bad with the eye, hearing soft-hard words from the ear, smelling the smell- fragrant odor from the nose, knowing the taste of food-inedible from the tongue, feeling soft or stiff from the skin. Every sense has a deity from which subjects originate. The subject of the eye is the form and the sun god. Eyes are useless if there is no sun or fire. The subject of the ear is the word and quality is sky. The subject of the nose is the smell and the quality is earth. The subject of the tongue is liquid and quality water. The subject of skin is touch and quality air. Due to these qualities and powers, these senses are used a lot.
Among the five Karmendriyas are (1) speech (2) hands (3) feet (4) genitals and (5) anus. Speak with speech or mouth, taste it. Work with hands, walk with feet. The urinary tract excretes urine and excretes from the anus.
Prana has been divided into ten parts in the human body. Among them there are 5 pranas and 5 sub pranas. Pranamaya Kosh is formed by the combination of these 10. The 5 main pranas are (1) apana (2) saman (3) prana (4) udan (5) vyan. The Uppraanas have been named (1) Devadatta (2) Vrikal (3) Kurm (4) Nag (5) Dhananjaya.
What are the functions of these pranas in the body area? It is described in Ayurveda Shastra as follows-(1) Apana—अपनयति प्रकर्षेंण मलं निस्सारयति अपकर्षाति च शक्तिम् इति अपानः ।
That is, one who is rich in the power to throw out the faults is apana. Excretions of excreta, urine, sweat,phlegm, raj, semen etc., throwing out the fetus, etc. are carried out with the help of this prana.
(2) Samana—रसं समं नयति सम्यक् प्रकारेण नयति इति समानः ।
That is, one who carries and distributes the liquid in the proper place is the same. It is its job to produce digestive juices and keep their levels appropriate.
(3) Pran—प्रकर्षेंण अनियति प्रर्केंण वा बलं ददाति आकर्षति च शक्तिं स प्राणः ।
That is, the person who draws breath, food etc. and exerts force in the body is prana. This is often the prominence in the words pronunciation.
(4) Udan—उन्नयति यः उद्आनयति वा तदानः ।
That is, those who keep the body up, keep it hard, do not let it fall - it is udan. Many direct and indirect actions of upward movement are accomplished by this.
(5)Vyan-व्याप्नोति शरीर यः स ध्यानः ।
That is, that which is encompassed in the whole body - it is vyana. Through blood-circulation, breathing, knowledge, etc. it keeps control over the entire body. Self-contained physical activities of the inner self are accomplished by this.
The function of the apana is the removal of the excreta from the various pathways of the body, and the location is anal. It is experienced in an aura of orange color and affects the Muladhara Chakra.
The function of samana from grain to blood, it mixed blood and sapta dhatus and the place is navel. It is described as having a green aura and related to the Manipur Chakra.
In this way, the work of the prana is the editing place of breathing. The cognition of this element is yellow in concentration and it is found to affect the Anahata Chakra in the process of roundabout drilling.
The task of Udaan is to take attraction, food, water, breathing, education etc. Whatever is taken from outside, this eclipse process is accomplished by this. It is also the job of sleeping and resting after death. The place is the gorge, color purple and the chakra vishuddhakhya.
Fifth Vyan- Its function is the circulation, transfusion of blood etc. Location whole body. The color is pink and chakra swadhisthan.
The five sub-pranas are connected with these five heads in the same way as secretary with ministers. Nag with prana. Kurma with apaan. Vrikal with the samana. Dhananjaya has a relationship with Devadatta and Vyan with Udaan.
The body is full of manomaya, pranamaya and vigyaanmaya koshas. Mind, soul and intellect are respectively their master. The reason is that the body is made of these guna of Sat, Raj, Tama.
In the awakened period, the gross body is work. In dreaming-state the subtle body is work and in sleep it is work with the casual body or avidya. In a sleeping state, the organism does not lose its independence even when it is Brahmaleen and awakes again with its nature. The soul is Sachchidanand form and serene, but the three-body body form appears corrupted and unhappy with the defect of the veil. The subtle body is purified by keeping the mind happy, harmonious, contemplating in spiritual matters, keeping auspicious thoughts, keeping the intellect absorbed in soul attainment and a pleasant determination. When the attainment of self is the only effort, then understand that the body became completely clean. According to Adi Shankaracharya, by considering this soul as unbroken, a form of perception, truth, continual, omnipotent, subtle, without distinction and completely integral with itself, a person becomes sinless, clean and immortal.
1. What are the components of human body? A prefaceIn this article, we have given a description of the creation of the human body and its various subtle bodies. Modern science has studied the gross body of man to some depth; But the understanding of modern science in terms of other organs of human existence is still very limited today. Example: In the context of human mind and intellect, knowledge is still limited to their gross organs. In comparison, spiritual science has studied the entire existence of man in detail.
2. According to spritual science , what is man made of? Living humans are made up of different bodies as given below.1. Gross body or sthuldeh
2. Consciousness (energy) or prandeh
3. Mind or manodeh
4. Intelligence or karandeh
5. Astral ego or sukshmadeh
6. Spirit or the divine element present in all of us
In further parts we will present a detailed description of these diverse bodies.
(a) Gross body or sthuldehThis body is most familiar from the point of view of modern science. This body is made up of bone structure, nerve, tissue, components, blood, panch gyanendriya etc.
(b). Consciousness (energy) or prandehThis body is familiar with the name of Pranadeh. This body supplies the necessary conscious power (energy) for all the physical and emotional tasks. There are five types of this consciousness or pranas:
Pran :essential energy for breath
Udan: Energy needed to exhale and speak
Samana: Energy required for gastric and intestinal function
Vyana: The energy required for voluntary and involuntary activities of the body
Apana: Energy required for excreta, urination, ejaculation, delivery etc.
At the time of death, this energy again merges into the universe and also helps in speeding up the journey of the sukshmadeh.
(c). Mind or manodehaManodeha or mind is the place of our sensations, feelings and desires. On this, there are endless rites of our present and previous birth. It has three parts:
External (conscious) mind: In this part of the mind, we have those sensations and thoughts, which we are aware of.
Antarmana (subconscious mind): It contains those rites, which we must fulfill in this birth after having experienced it as destiny. Thoughts of inner self arise from time to time in externality, sometimes because of any external sensation. Examples Sometimes, in someone's mind, suddenly there are redundant and unrelated thoughts about a suspicious incident of childhood.
Sleeping (unconscious) mind: In the context of this part of the mind, we are completely ignorant. It contains all the rites related to our accumulated.
The inner mind and the sleeping mind together make up the chitt.
Sometimes we also call a part of Manodeha as Vasanadeh. In this part of the mind, all our desires are hidden .
(d).Intelligence or karandehThe task of karandeha or intelligence is - decision making and reasonableness. The gross component related to intelligence is the brain.
(e). Astral ego or sukshmadehThe subtle ego or Mahakarana is the last remaining part (remnant) of human ignorance. I am separate from God, this feeling is ignorance.
The part of our existence that leaves our gross body at the time of death, is called sukshhmadeh. Its components are - the mind, the cause or the intellect, or subtle ego and soul. Only the gross body remains behind at the time of death. Pranashakti again merges into the universe.
(f). The soulThe soul is the divine element within us and is our true nature. This is the main component of the sukshmadeha, which is part of the divine element. The qualities of this part are - Sat, Chitta and Ananda (eternal happiness). No happiness or sorrow of life is affected by the soul and it remains in a blissful state. Thats looks at life's joys and sorrows with witness (neutrality). The soul is beyond the three basic micro-components; However, the rest of our existence is made up of gross body and manodeha.
IgnoranceApart from the soul, all the parts of our existence are part of Maya. It is called ignorance or avidya, which literally means lack of (true) knowledge. The word avidya or ignorance originates from the fact that we consider our existence to be limited only to the gross body, mind and intellect. We are not identified with our true nature (the soul or the divine element in us). Ignorance (avidya) is the root cause of sorrow. Man is enamored with wealth, his home, family, city, country etc. The greater the attachment to a person or object, the greater is the possibility of creating misery from this attachment. An ideal social worker or saint is also likely to be enamored of society and devotees respectively.
The maximum attachment of man is towards himself i.e. his own body and mind. A little trouble or disease can make a person grieving. Therefore, man should be gradually detached from himself and accept the sorrows and sicknesses coming into his life, with the inner realization that the happiness and sorrows in life are mainly due to our destiny (the result of our past deeds.) Only by identifying with the soul can we attain eternal (everlasting) bliss.
Soul and avidya together form the jeevatma. There are a total of twenty components of avidya in a living human being - the gross body, the Panchasuksham Gyanendriya, the Panchasuksham Karmendriya, the Panchapraana, the External (conscious) mind , Antarmana (subconscious mind), the intellect and the ego. The work of the components of the subtle body is continuous, the attention of the individual is attracted to these components rather than the soul; That is, leads to ignorance rather than spiritual knowledge.
Now reconsidering some questions with reference to mythological texts - What is body? What is soul? In what state is it? How does suffering from deeds and keep wandering? And what is this ghost cunt, what is Pitra Gan ??? How does the soul relate to the mind, the soul is inactive or active, what is the situation? Souls, if they cannot cut off the arms, then how does they suffer the deeds of deeds? Then if the soul takes rebirth, then what is the meaning of Shrad? And how does the soul meet the mind?Brihadaranyakopanishad Shukla comes under the Kanav-branch of Yajurveda. It is named 'Brihadaranyak' after the combination of 'Brihat' (big) and 'Aranyak' (forest) two words. In the second Brahmin section of its first chapter, the birth of the universe is wonderfully conceived.
No one knows how the creation and development of the world happened, but the Vedic rishis have presented the development sequence of the world in a very scientific manner. They says that there was nothing in the beginning of creation. There was only one 'Sat', who was covered by the holocaust-like death.
Then he resolved that he would rise again. Through that resolve, water emerged. Earth was created due to the formation of macro particles on this water. After that, the labor-form of the creator of the creation manifested itself as a fiery fire.
Thereafter, God divided the third part of his fire-form into three parts: sun, air and fire. The east direction is its head (head), the north-south directions are its lateral part and the dhulok is its back part, space abdomen, earth chest and fire element become the soul of that Viraat purush. This is called pratanattva.
After this, this viraat purush wished that other bodies be born. Then the creation of the sexual creation began. Male-female, animal and birds and aquatic animal formed male-female pairs and their sexual-coincidence led to the gradual development of life. Then, to follow it, speech was created from mind and mind from food.
After leaving the body and before taking a new body, the question will be understood only if we understand two to three things in relation to the interval. One is that whatever is experienced at that moment is dreamy. Its dream's life. So when it happens, it looks absolutely real, but when you remember, then you become like a dream. The dream is because they experience that the senses are not used. The realization of your reality, what you believe in reality, is through the senses, not through the body. If I see that you are visible, and touch and do not touch, then I say that (PHANTOM) is a terrible idea, not a man. He touches the table, and cannot touch. And my hand goes beyond it. So I say all is false. I have fallen into some confusion, someone (HALLUCINATION) has hallucinations. The test of your reality is due to your senses. So after leaving one body and taking another body, you do not have senses. You do not have a body. So whatever you feel. They are absolutely dreamy like you are dreaming. When you see the dream, the dream seems to be very accurate, the dream is never in doubt.
It is very interesting. Doubt sometimes occurs in reality. There is never any doubt in the dream. The dream is very reverent. In reality this happens only occasionally. Whether it is visible or not is true. But in the dream, there is never a question that what is visible is true or not. Why?
Because the dream will not be able to bear this much doubt, it will break, disintegrate. A dream is such a minor incident that even this much doubt is enough for death. The idea is that it is not a dream, whether the dream is broken or you wake up. So for the dream to happen, it is imperative that there is no doubt even a particle. Even a whole lot of skepticism can shatter the deepest dreams. Will disappear.
The dream never realizes that what is happening is happening, yet it is happening at all. It also means that when the dream occurs, the reality seems to be more than the reality. Reality never seems so accurate. Because in reality there is the facility of doubt. The dream is very accurate. It is so real that even if there is a conflict between two realities of the dream, then the opposition does not appear.
A man is walking, suddenly becomes a dog, and you do not even think in your mind how this can happen. This man was, how did the dog become. Doubt did not arise. After waking up you can think what a mess it is. But you can never think in the dream. This is absolutely true in the dream, there is no inconsistency in it.
All Right. A man just stood there with a gun and a friend there. So, there is no such dream in your mind that hey, as a friend, is firing a gun. Not only is there inconsistency in the dream, everything in the dream is also incompatible. Because a little doubt that the dream will fall apart. But after waking up, everything will be lost. Never would have thought that the dream can be remembered for more than an hour. No more than this.
Usually, it starts losing in five to seven minutes. But more than ever, many who are imaginative cannot keep the memory of the dream for more than an hour. Otherwise you will have so much memory of the dream. That you will not be able to live. The dream disappears within an hour after waking up. Your mind is completely free from dream smoke.
Exactly the moment of gap between the two bodies, when it happens, it is absolutely real - so much reality, as we never know with our eyes and senses. So the gap between the two bodies has two kinds of souls. One is the very evil spirits, for whom it will take time to conceive. I call him a phantom. Second good souls who will take time to conceive. His eligible wombs are needed. I call him Dev Atma. There is no fundamental difference between these two - there is a distinction between personality, character is a distinction. There is a distinct distinction. There is no difference in the cast.
Every person is freed from this life, who knows the meaning and meaninglessness of this life. One who lives consciously, who also thinks that he is breathing. Who knows this and his body are both different things, like the idol of God in a temple is the soul of that temple. As long as there is an idol in that temple, then that temple means as soon as the idol is removed from that temple then the temple becomes meaningless. Whosoever is well aware that he is in this body for a few days, one day it has to be lost. Anyone who is not happy to get or is sad to lose has got liberation. Some people believe that death is the door to salvation.
But we believe that knowing life is liberating. And death is the door to life. Even after attaining death, we are the same as before death. The only difference is that after death we do not have a body, even after death, we and our wishes remain intact. Wanders to fulfill wishes. This desire forces him to take the next birth. After leaving the body, this soul is sometimes so desperate to fulfill its wishes that it gets absorbed in the womb as it gets. Those who have control over their desires, they seek the womb according to their own. Which takes some time. It would take hundreds of years or even ages for the best souls to find the womb according to their own ……
Now let's talk about how far the rituals (shraddhh karma) that are done after death are justified or necessary. An ordinary human being who is seen around him in his whole life, he wants it even after his death. Because his soul remains around the body even after leaving the body, until his body is destroyed according to his own religions and all actions are done. Because he still cannot believe that he has died. All these actions are done to convince that souls.The rest of these actions do not have any meaning. People call this belief liberation even when they are still not free. Because his wishes are still the same. And to fulfill his desire, he can also enter the dog's womb.
In which womb he has to go depends on how his mood and destiny has been in his lifetime. Those who meditate do not have any difficulty in understanding what death is, and how any soul is separated from the body. Because they see themselves apart in meditation.
Therefore, death is not an important event in life for them. And they easily accept death, some people who are very much available to meditation, they call their own death, which you can also call samadhi. After death of such people, do nothing to their body, it does not matter because they know that I have become available to death. And they have no attachment to their bodies. The common man becomes speechless after death, shocked, what has happened? Why is my body lifeless?
In response to all these questions, by performing the rituals of death, it is explained to him that he has died. Great souls roam around you. Helps in doing good things. These souls are called Mahatmas. Those who are too bad people, their souls also take time to find their another womb, and it is called evil. It also roams around you. And it thinks bad about you and makes you bad. Shraddha is the medium to satisfy them.