Realms of the Mind : according to Ananda Marga philosophy the human mind is composed of five layers called Kosas: [note 15] 1 Kamamaya Kosa "desire layer" or "Crude Mind": is the crudest layer, purified through adherence to the yogic code of morality, Yama-Niyama. Here the awareness of mind is very close to the direct experience of "Supreme Consciousness". The concept was first introduced in through a series of lectures by P. According to this notion, microvita are entities which come within the realms both of physicality of psychic expression. They are smaller and subtler than physical atoms and subatomic particles. So far as physicality is concerned, the position of these microvita is just between ectoplasm and electron, but they are neither ectoplasm nor electron.
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Realms of the Mind : according to Ananda Marga philosophy the human mind is composed of five layers called Kosas: [note 15] 1 Kamamaya Kosa "desire layer" or "Crude Mind": is the crudest layer, purified through adherence to the yogic code of morality, Yama-Niyama. Here the awareness of mind is very close to the direct experience of "Supreme Consciousness".
The concept was first introduced in through a series of lectures by P. According to this notion, microvita are entities which come within the realms both of physicality of psychic expression. They are smaller and subtler than physical atoms and subatomic particles. So far as physicality is concerned, the position of these microvita is just between ectoplasm and electron, but they are neither ectoplasm nor electron.
Social philosophy[ ] The social outlook of Ananda Marga recognizes that the welfare of the individual is linked with the welfare of the collective , each relying on the other for its existence and dynamism.
According to this philosophy everyone has the right to equal opportunities of life and development and as such there should be no discrimination on the basis of superficial barriers such as race , nationality and religion. Ananda Marga advocates a world of justice , security and peace for all.
By this, dormant human potentialities will be awakened and put to proper use. According to Sarkar "culture There are local variations in the mode or state of cultural expression, but the expression is universal These local variations are called customs Thus local modes of expression bearing local or group specialities are customs, but the expression itself is culture.
Therefore it is a mistake to readjust boundaries on the basis of language and culture. Indian culture and the culture of the world are one and the same. As described by Antonello Maggipinto If the term "culture" is usually referred to the original meaning of this word i. Sarkar  in his speech "The Cosmic Brotherood". Tantra is a fundamental spiritual science. So wherever there is any spiritual practice it should be taken for granted that it stands on the Tantric cult.
So only those who do not understand Tantra, or even after understanding Tantra do not want to do any spiritual practice, oppose the cult of Tantra. The essence of Tantra is to awaken the latent spiritual force in the human personality and unify oneself with the Cosmic Consciousness. They lose their hard-earned knowledge out of negligence, 3 disciples that carefully preserve deep in their minds and hearts whatever they have learned from their preceptor by wisely putting those teachings into practice.
This is the best category of disciples. In Ananda Sutram , on sutra 3—9, P. Sarkar, Lalita Marmika is a devotional dance invented by Parvati , the wife of Shiva. The dancer starts off with the two arms outstretched, the left arm with an open palm , and the right arm with a clenched fist. The dancer ideates holding a human skull in the left hand, symbolizing death, and ideates on holding a knife in the right, symbolizing the fight for life.
The actual objects human skull and knife may be also used. The dance starts with a jump, landing with bent knees. Another jump follows, and the dance continues in a jumping manner, lifting one leg then the other continuously. He is farther away than any other entity, but again He is nearer than the nearest. This includes the sun as well as the small ant which crawls on the earth. Whether it is a dead star or a living star, whether it is a nebula or a Milky Way or a galaxy — all belong to one universal family.
It is developed naturally through physical clash, and in Ananda Marga sadhana by pranayama with cosmic ideation. It is developed naturally through psychic clash, and in Ananda Marga sadhana by methods of pratyahara withdrawal such as shuddhis and Guru Puja.
This Kosa is developed naturally through the attraction for the Great, and dhyana accelerates this process for sadhakas spirituals aspirants. This Neohumanism will elevate humanism to universalism , the cult of love for all created beings of this universe. This sense of consciousness is to be instilled in every human being. This is your duty. The goal of education is to elevate the all-round standard, and especially the intellectual standard.
In addition, the elevation of the moral standard is extremely necessary in the sphere of education. This moral standard is deficient today. It is lacking in the present educational system also. You are to create a new social order. Therefore, you should first acquire more and more knowledge in different spheres of life and also you are to upgrade your morality.
Along with your intellectual standard, if you have morality, then everybody will respect you. Try to acquire as much knowledge as possible through our own books. Education which leads to the acquisition of knowledge plus morality makes for a peaceful society. Tantra is a process of subjective transformation, which may be practiced by anyone irrespective of gender, cultural background, education, social status or intellectual evolution, as an adequate system of spiritual endeavor is the birthright of all.
Tantra does not discriminate by any racial, genealogical, political, national or economic differences amongst human beings, as the later might form the basis for one human group to assert superiority over another.
Tantra does, however, give recognition to individual vigor and the development of latent human potentialities, which make some people outstand in their lives. Consequently Tantra puts greater emphasis on human values than on social values". Coyle, G. Citations[ ].