THE METHOD OF THE
(1) I worship the Lord, who has
thousands of heads, thousands of eyes, who is the source of
happiness in the world, the Eternal God. All this is nothing
but the Present God. All this lives by Him.
(2) I worship Him who is the Self
and the Lord of the Universe, the Eternal God, the benign
and undecaying Divine Soul, the Supreme Being who is to be
known, the Self of all, the Supreme Goal.
(3) The Lord is the Absolute Supreme
Being, He is the Supreme Reality, He is the Supreme Light,
He is the Supreme Self, He is the Supreme Meditator, He is
the Supreme Object of Meditation.
(4) The Lord abides pervading
whatever is seen or heard in this universe, whatever is
within and without.
(5) I worship and meditate upon the
infinite and immutable Seer who is the other end of the
ocean of identification with birth and death, and who is the
source of all happiness.
(6) The Heart, the perfect seat of
meditation, resembles an inverted lotus bud.
(7) In the region below the throat
and above the navel there burns a fire from which flames are
rising up. That is the great support and foundation of the
(8) It always hangs down from the
arteries like a lotus bud. In the middle of it there is a
tiny orifice in which all are firmly supported.
(9) In the middle of it there is a
great fire with innumerable flames blazing on all sides
which first consumes the food and then distributes it to all
parts of the body. It is the immutable and
(10) Its rays constantly shoot
upwards and downwards. It heats the body from head to foot.
In the middle of it there is a tongue of fire which is
(11) That tongue of fire is dazzling
as a streak of lightning in the midst of a dark cloud and as
thin as the awn at the tip of a grain of rice, golden bright
and extremely minute.
(12) In the middle of that tongue of
flame the Supreme Self abides firmly. He is God. He is the
Immortal, the Supreme Lord of all.
(13) I bow down again and again to
the Eternal Law, the Truth, the Absolute Supreme Being, the
Divine Being who is dark blue and reddish, the pure
celibate, with extraordinary eyes, who has assumed all
(14) We shall try to know the Lord,
we shall contemplate on the Divine Being. Let Him be pleased
to guide us.
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