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Three Worlds, Chakra Databanks, Nadis

One view of one world.

One view of one world.

On this fine August day, allow me to introduce you to a metaphysical perspective on The Three Worlds.

What, you already knew about the three main vibrational frequencies built into life? Even though two of them are hidden?

What, you already knew how important it is, understanding about these three distinct frequencies? Excellent, if you already appreciate that you are dealing every day of your life with three vibrational frequencies, not just two.

How common it is to call the range of life “Human + The Other Side.” How common and also how sadly limiting.

Have you graduated from that? Good. Perhaps you have seen books that made use of an understanding about The Three Worlds. (Among books of mine, that would include Use Your Power of Command for Spiritual Cleansing and Protection, also Magnetize Money with Energetic Literacy: 10 Secrets for Success and Prosperity in the Third Millennium.)

Whether you’re familiar with chakra databanks or not, you might find that today’s article brings you another step forward into a clearer perception of reality. Not just a theoretical understanding of “The Facts of Life, Vibrationally.” Knowing a bit more about The Three Worlds could help you to have a better day today, a better tomorrow, a better incarnation in general.

Allow me to introduce you to The Gayatri Mantra

Just the first four words of The Gayatri Mantra could be enough to rock your world. Or to ground it.

Om Bhoor Bhuvah Svah

“Om” you have heard of by now. It’s a name for the cosmic sound of creation.

  • Om is God’s middle name. Also first name and last name.
  • Om is a sound you might spontaneously hear during a mystical experience.
  • Om is the sound right on the surface of human frequencies… if you happen to be standing by an ocean, waves a’crashing against the shore.
  • Is “Om” the sound an Enlightened person hears all the time?

Not really. In the waking state, an Enlightened person hears sounds like people talking, cats speaking “The Language of Cat,” garbage being collected. (Here in my part of Sterling, Virginia, BTW, it is officially “Trash Day.”)

Is “Om” a really great thought to tell yourself all day long? Or is it a wonderful mantra for meditation?

I don’t think so. (That’s another article, if you’re interested, Blog-Buddies.)

Anyway, “Om” could be considered the sum total of the three words to follow.

Only about a gazillion interpretations for bhoor, bhuvah, swah

So many interpretations!!!!!!!!!!

Blame how old Hinduism is, with the Vedas and other scriptures being at least 10,000  years old. Or blame the nature of religion.

Or don’t blame anything at all, but simply enjoy the diversity. There are maybe a gazillion interpretations online, and offline, for The Gayatri Mantra. Just as there are millions of interpretations, at least, for The Three Worlds.

Finding supporting links for today’s post, I was reminded that even the spellings of those first four words in The Gayatri Mantra aren’t consistent. Transliteration from Vedic Sanskrit isn’t the only reason. Religions, belief systems, levels of consciousness. It’s amazing that The Gayatri Mantra has survived at all.

As for interpretations of bhoor, bhuvah, and swah — there are so many. Here I’m just going to share the version I learned in TM-teacher culture back in the 1970’s, an interpretation that I still find helpful. Then, Blog-Buddies, you can then generate your own interpretations, thanks to spiritual self-authority. 🙂

Incidentally, my favorite link about the Gayatri Mantra, fresh from a 10-minute survey done this morning, comes from My Hindu Page, 4.2.

About that Bhoor

Bhoor (pronounced “b-hhhhhhhhhh-UH-r) has that glorious “H” sound stuck within it. A quick out-breath within a word.

Wow, think about it! You sound mystics may agree with me that the inserted “H” sound in Sanskrit (or modern Hindi or Urdu) is thrilling. My favorite sound in ANY language.

That inserted “H” mid-word symbolizes the presence of the Divine in the midst of a word.

Well, hhhhhhello! That same ineffable sound is to be found in Bhuvah and Swah, too. No coincidence there!

Bhoor means vibrational frequencies of earth.

So what’s the big deal with Bhuvah?

Bhuvah (prounounced “b-hhhhhhhh-uh-VAH” ) is the very big deal of astral life, the psychic realms, the innumerable lokas that do not have earthly flesh and blood.

Don’t just think “Angels” here, though that is part of it.

Don’t just think “heavens.”

This very day, between starting today’s post early in my day and 5:30-ish as I get more done, and 9:30 p.m. as I do edits on today’s article before posting…

Funny thing. I facilitated a session of Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis. My client, JOE, re-experienced a lifetime where he was a furry four-legged creature with many interesting physical attributes, like coarse hair that functioned sometimes like antennae.

During that incarnation, ANIMAL JOE was trying to eat a plant partially covered by rock.

The rock moved and hit ANIMAL JOE in the head.

ANIMAL JOE got a big frozen block of stuck energy, related to feeling attacked by the rock. (And you thought that sometimes YOU had a bad day!)

ANIMAL JOE’s life form was not all that bright by today’s human standards. Okay, not by any human standards. Or earth standards.

Well, ANIMAL JOE didn’t live on earth. So there!

Nuances of that frozen block’s stuck energies had been limiting HUMAN  JOE ever since. And JOE, as I know him now, is waaaaaaaaay evolved.

The world of the rock-fighting incarnation? Definitely not earth. Definitely part of bhuvah.

Then, what about Swah?

Swah (pronounced “s-v-AHHHHHHH) is the third vibrational frequency. Swah is Divine.

Literally and figuratively.

Which brings us to this practical point:

How do these three worlds relate to chakra databanks?

Where in the world(s) do they fit in, your chakra databanks? A.k.a. your nadis.

Chakra databanks, or nadis, are parts of an aura, read with Stage Three Energetic Literacy.

Chakra databanks or nadis, which I have been researching in print since 2007, with the first edition of Cut Cords of Attachment with Energy Spirituality.

And blogged about those chakra databanks, too. Witness this blog post from a September 2007, Marcel Didn’t Give Chicken Soup for the Soul.

In Rosetree Energy Spirituality, each major chakra contains 50 chakra databanks.

  • Each chakra databank or nadi carries a human-level name, like “Throat Chakra Databank for Communication to Gain Respect.”
  • Each chakra databank or nadi  contains a Divine-level gift of the soul.
  • Each chakra databank or nadi is loaded with astral-level information about size and quality.

Last weekend, I helped an assortment of aura readers get really, really good at researching chakra databanks — with many techniques, including reading auras from regular photographs. YOU can develop complete fluency and proficiency at reading chakra databanks. At least YOU, if that is HUMAN YOU. 😉

This month, August 2013, I learned for the first time (courtesy of Blog-Buddy David) that another word for “chakra databanks” is “The Nadis.”

The Gayatri Mantra gives context to Rosetree Energy Spirituality

Today’s article began some time after 1973. It began last week, when I was researching the Gayatri mantra  for  Chakra databanks, nadis, and big progress in collective consciousness

Of course, I have loved the Gayatri Mantra since the 1970’s. In addition to the previously mentioned books, Magnetize Money with Energetic Literacy and Use Your Power of Command for Spiritual Cleansing and  Protection, gee. those three worlds are foundational to every skill set I have helped bring into this world for healing — Empath Empowerment(R) and 12 Steps to Cut Cords of Attachment(R), plus the past-life regression techniques I have adapted into Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis (TM).

What a surprise, however, to find this cute little surprise:

According to Wikipedia,”the Gayatri Mantra is used to clean the Nadis (subtle astral nerve tubes).”

Nice touch, Guys!

 

 

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    Photo credit goes to the three worlds of blue beach and Photographer matt from Somerville, Massachusetts, USA.

    This photo comes courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. In no way is it implied that the photographer or the subject endorses either me or this use of the image.

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    David says:

    My Rose, you wade boldly into another huge arena. The 3 worlds are also said to correspond with the 3 letters of Om, more correctly AUM. Together, they make the world.

    But I would suggest it’s better to understand the 3 worlds, lokas in Sanskrit, in their larger context.

    There are indeed the 3 worlds of the world, much as our 3 lower chakras. But there are actually 7 worlds in the larger understanding of lokas and they correspond to the 7 chakras and the 7 koshas or sheaths (auras).

    The short Gayatri mantra names the 3, the longer one names the 7. (further down on the page you linked)
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gayatri_Mantra

    But sheesh yes, there is such an astonishing array of nonsense about the lokas. We could say they are the layers of expression of the universe. They are sometimes described as being out in space somewhere, like being between the earth and sun in the case of Bhuvar. It’s better to understand them as being out to that size, as in a databank being “out to the moon”. And they’re not “somewhere else” but rather at a subtler level within us, as you describe. The heavens are within us. 😉

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    David says:

    Cool story about Joe, too.
    Thanks for opening this door and for the link back. 😉

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    Jnana says:

    Great post, Rose! Loved it as I did the photo that went with it.

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    Brenda says:

    Such a cool discovery about the chakra databanks and nadis. What a great validation!

    I learned the Gayatri Mantra when I attended Sai Baba meetings for a while. I used to listen to Sathya Sai Baba chanting it over and over through my headphones. I was determined to get the pronunciation correct as Sai Baba pronounced the first three words different than the singers in the local group. I have it running in my head regularly. I love chanting it when I see the sun in the morning.

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    Amanda says:

    Rose, how wonderful. I love the Gayatri mantra, I had Deva Premal’s version and listened to it over and over in dark times.

    I also love how your independent questioning, research, dedicated healing and just plain nous, have led you independently to this wonderful synthesis.

    Amanda

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    Amanda says:

    Oh, David, I love that description.

    Not as much as I loved hearing about ‘Lila’ which has sunk right down inside me.

    I’m glad you joined the blog.

    Amanda

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    David says:

    Thanks, Amanda
    I realized I’d only really touched on Lokas prior and there’s a lot of nonsense around about the subject, so I wrote a 2 parter as an overview.

    The Linkback in Comment 8 is the first part, with sample Gayatri chants in both the short and long form.

    With energetic literacy, you’re getting to know these ‘worlds’ directly. 😉

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    Anita says:

    Rose — I loved this post and the photo that went with it.

    David — Your comment was pure brilliance and added depth and clarity to this post. Thank you for contributing, as always. It’s wonderful to have you as part of the blog community.

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