The Materialization – The Basic Principle?

The Introduction

You will surely be surprised pleasantly if a person materializes any object from out of the nothing. For example, you get lost in a deep forest in the Himalayas. You are feeling hungry with no food around. Suddenly, an old man appears before you from nowhere, tells you that you are hungry, then produces a plate full of the hot delicious hamburgers from the air and gives it to you for eating…!

The Question

How does this kind of the materialization referred to above happen?

The Analysis

To be able to materialize anything in this world, the Saadhaka usually gets the materialization-mastery through any of the following four ways:

[1] The Saadhaka must have done some praeta-saadhanaa [ghost-worship] whereby the Saadhaka is able to call the soul of a dead person and make this soul bring the desired things from anywhere in this world. In India, this type of the Saadhaka is called the Shaevaddaa.

Generally, this art is mastered purely to eke out a living. For example, In India, it’s common to see the people called the baazeegaras performing such tricks. These baazeegaras usually carry a set of few human bones with them. These bones are mainly four [two of the hands and two of the legs] besides a human skull.

The danger sign [a human skull placed up in the ‘V’ formed between the two ‘X’-like crossed bones of human hands] usually shown on the walls of the high-voltage electricity sub-stations/railway grids, etc, represents this set of the human bones and the human skull.

The Shaevaddaa collects the two bones of the human hands, two bones of the human legs and the human skull of the dead person after the pyre becomes cool and then comes to control the soul of this dead person through various strange rituals and chants. That’s why, the people in the villages in India generally guard the pyre till it cools down after which the leftover human bones and the skull of the dead person are immersed into the water of some holy river like the Ganges…! This is done inter alia so that the soul of the dead is not enslaved by any Shaevaddaa.

[2] The Saadhaka is able to materialize the things also by invoking the grace/blessings of the spiritual entities like the Yakshhennes, Gandharvas, etc., that roam around in the cremation grounds.

[3] The Saadhaka must be able to reach the higher/supreme level of the consciousness. Once this threshold level is reached, the Saadhaka is able to materialize the desired things. This state may be momentary or the long-lasting one.

Some Seddhas have reached the long-lasting level of the consciousness and are therefore able to materialize anything any moment anywhere in the world. Whereas, a normal Saadhaka is able to reach this state only during the deep stage of the meditation and at that point whatever thoughts occur to such a Saadhaka, gets materialized instantly.

There are two ways to achieve this:

[A] The practising daily of the meditation by the Saadhaka.

[B] The practising of the different yogic techniques all of which ultimately take the Saadhaka into a deep state of the consciousness, enabling that Saadhaka to materialize the desired object/goal.

[4] Some Seddha while dying passes on to the Saadhaka the Seddhes that enable the later to materialize the desired things.


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