the Eternal Supreme Power of God, is revered as the origin of the infinite gamut of spiritual, conscious, unconscious and super-conscious faculties, cosmic energy and material existence. The cosmic power of Gayatri
used for the creation and perceivable manifestation of the universe is named as Savitri. The higher-level sadhanas of Gayatri
and Savitri include the endeavors of awakening and activation of Kundalini
and the unfolding and sublime transmutation of the Pancha kosas1. Before going into this deeper science, we may attempt understanding its basic elements. Kama
the subtle source of sex-element, zealous vitality, sublime creativity, joy and emotional exaltation, is the seed of manifestation of Kundalini
the hidden energy of cosmic grandeur. The sagacious, enlightened personalities are aware of this precious source and therefore use it cautiously for creative purposes. We too should know the importance and deeper depths of the spiritual science of kama
and proceed along the path of sadhanas as per our present mental makeup.
The physical science regards atom as the basic unit of matter. As per the hypotheses prevalent until half a century ago, the origin and properties of matter and hence all its reactions and energy-variations were attributed to specific arrangements, distributions and motions of the subatomic particles in the nuclei of its atoms. Further research had discovered that the atom or subatomic particles are not the most basic entities, rather, these are consequences. After the theories of (quantum) energy waves etc, it is now believed that the root cause of the manifestation of Nature is some kind of cosmic vibration that could be regarded as generating the physical as well as conscious energy waves; the sparks of which motivate the motion of subatomic and subtler particles and give rise to the physical existence of the universe and control its expansion and ultimate destruction.
The science of spirituality
begins at much deeper levels. It affirms the origin of Nature and cosmic expansion through the evolutionary impulse generated by the commingling of prakrati and purusha2. These (prakrati and purusha) are also referred as rayi and prana, sakti and siva, or agni
and soma in the vedic literature. We may think of these as sublime cosmic power currents of mutually complementary nature. As the flow of electricity is not possible without both the positive and negative currents, no energy or motion could be realized in Nature without the vibrating linkage of prakrati and purusha.
The sankhya school of Vedic Philosophy describes that the cosmic impulse induced by the vibrating linkage consistent cycle of mutual commingling and separation, originate the evolving existence of the para and apara3 forms of Nature. We get the first experience of this effect in the motion of (sub) atomic particles. A clock starts and continues operating with the harmonic motion of its pendulum. Similarly, the existence and unlimited activities of Nature commence and continue with the vibrating linkage of prakrati and purusha.