The Chit's Involution Summary

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We have seen change and transformation are the impending principles of the existence. This is the outcome of the involution of the OM. When there is no possibility of continuing this in the exhibited form the Chit leaves it and it is pronounced dead. This may happen at two levels.

The first one is slowly acquiring overweight after living for long with less Udanā; die with the experiences of the previous birth or births. The second is by a sudden gush of Udanā.

In both the cases, the comprehensive atomic structure breaks and as a result the exhibited form is no more in its form. In both the cases the Chit leaves because of the over weight of the Udanā. It leaves as it finds impossible to do its ever progressing involution. In the first
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The reason is the effect of the continuous involution of the OM in the continuous births that reduced the potencies below thirty- six. In this as Praśana Upanishad has said the line of progeny is well maintained.

Katha Upanishad Chapter -1, Canto-3, Verse -5 “the discriminating man will merge the organs of speech in to the mind ( One who does involution of OM in his mind) ; he will merge the mind in to the intelligent self; he will merge the intelligent self to the Great Soul; he will merge the Great Soul to the peaceful Self”.

Hence the man who has acquired less Udanā due to the recognition of the OM and the recognition of it in his Pranā and Apanā and doing meditation of OM will reduce the potencies quickly and will join with an higher evolved unit with less than thirty-six potencies. This higher evolved man with less potencies will further evolve and join the Great Soul, the Bramham and further merge with Full
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They become one without any hesitation in the new transformation. In the later, it is not like this.

In the later, the bundled Udanā is heavy. They have no knowledge of OM and they lived a materialistic life without considering the heart the place of the Chit. Therefore, they become motionless and could not follow the Chit quickly and join with a progressive transformation. They have to wait and join only with a lees evolved unit accordingly and inconformity with their deeds in their previous life and lives.

Hence, the mind that is ignorant of the OM travels behind the Chit with the left potencies because of the heavy Udanā. It is at the mercy of the potencies of the Maya. Finding no immediate place to hanger drifts as it is. The power of keeping the chromosome cracks and begins to drift the hold. In addition, the twenty-three pairs begin to diminish and mind meets the fate as we have seen earlier.

Surely, those forget and shun this mantra the OM will be born in the realm of the animals and inanimate objects. Can one doubt the existence of the reincarnation of the individual with his mind? Reincarnation does

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