Wednesday, July 18, 2012

The Mysterious Night

From the kindled fire of Energy of Consciousness Truth was
born and the Law of Truth; from that the Night, from the
Night the flowing ocean of being. Rig Veda.1

[Yusufali 16:12] We have made the Night and the Day as two (of Our) Signs: the Sign of the Night have We obscured, while the Sign of the Day We have made to enlighten you; that ye may seek bounty from your Lord, and that ye may know the number and count of the years: all things have We explained in detail-the quran.

[Yusufali 17:1] We have indeed revealed this (Message) in the Night of Power:-the quran

[Yusufali 73:2] And what will explain to thee what the night of power is?-the quran

Chapter XIII
Exclusive Concentration
of Consciousness-Force
and the Ignorance
 (Source:Sri Aurobindo Life Divine)

 "....In the infinity of being and its infinite awareness concentration
of consciousness, Tapas, is always present as an inherent
power of Consciousness-Force
: it is a self-held or self-gathered
dwelling of the eternal Awareness in itself and on itself or on its
object; but the object is always in some way itself, its own being
or a manifestation and movement of its being. The concentration
may be essential; it may be even a sole indwelling or an entire
absorption in the essence of its own being, a luminous or else a
self-oblivious self-immersion. Or it may be an integral or else a
total-multiple or a part-multiple concentration. Or it may be a
single separative regard on one field of its being or movement a
 single-pointed concentration in one centre or an absorption in
one objective form of its self-existence. The first, the essential,
is at one end the superconscient Silence and at the other end the
Inconscience; the second, the integral, is the total consciousness
of Sachchidananda, the supramental concentration; the third,
the multiple, is the method of the totalising or global overmental
awareness; the fourth, the separative, is the characteristic nature
of the Ignorance. The supreme integrality of the Absolute holds
all these states or powers of its consciousness together as a single
indivisible being looking at all itself in manifestation with a
simultaneous self-vision..."

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