Truth always exists. It already is. It’s not achievable in the future. You are the truth now, so you don’t need to construct, devise, or seek it. Understand this fully to make these strategies easy to understand and use. Desire comes from mind. Mind is continually wanting, asking for. No thought is focused with the present; object is always in the future. This moment, the mind cannot move because there is no space. The mind requires the future to move. It can go past or future. It cannot move now since there is no space. Truth is in the present, whereas mind is constantly in the future or past, so mind and truth never meet. When desiring worldly items, the problem is not ludicrous and can be handled. But seeking the truth is pointless since the truth is now and the mind is constantly then and there. A meeting is not held. First, you cannot seek truth. Find it, but not pursue it. The search is the obstacle. Because you are always present, seeking takes you away from the now and yourself. The seeker is always present and the seeking is in the future; you will not find what you seek. “Seek not; otherwise you will miss,” advises Lao Tzu. Look not, find. Don’t search.” Shiva’s methods merely bring the mind back to the present. The thing you want is already there. The intellect must stop seeking. Quite challenging. Thinking about it cognitively is hard. How to make the mind stop seeking? – since the mind makes non-seeking itself the object! When the mind says, “Don’t seek.” The mind says, “I should not seek.” “Now non-seeking is my object,” the mind says. Now I want desirelessness.” The rear door has let the wanting and desire in again. That is why some individuals desire worldly items and others think they are seeking non-worldly objects. All objects are worldly since “seeking” is it. You cannot desire non-worldly things. The world becomes when you seek. Godliness is in the world if you seek it. If you want moksha, liberation, or nirvana, your liberation is part of the world since seeking and desire are the world. Thus, you cannot desire nirvana or non-desire. It’s a difficulty to understand logically. Shiva immediately gives techniques without saying anything. They lack intelligence. He does not tell Devi, “The truth is here.” Don’t look, you’ll find it.” Techniques are given quickly. The methods are non-intellectual. Doing them turns the mind. The turning is a result, not an object. The turning is a byproduct. A technique turns your thoughts from the future or past. You will suddenly be present. Buddha, Lao Tzu, and Krishna gave techniques for that reason. They always introduce procedures with intellectual concepts. Only Shiva differs. He quickly delivers techniques without intellectual knowledge or introduction since he knows the mind is the most cunning thing. It can make anything problematic. Lack of seeking will be the issue. People ask me how to not desire. They desire non-want. Someone taught them, they read, or they heard spiritual chatter that if you do not desire, you will reach bliss, be free, and have no sorrow. Their thoughts want to be suffering-free, therefore they question how to not desire. Their brains play tricks. They still want, but the object has changed. They wanted money, fame, reputation, and power. Their desire is now nondesire. Only the thing changes; they and their desire remain the same. Desire has grown more deceitful. This allows Shiva to start instantly without introduction. He instantly discusses techniques. If followed, those approaches bring your thoughts to the present. The mind pauses when it reaches the present. Being a mind in the moment is impossible. Given your presence, how can you be a mind? Unable to move, thoughts stop. The present is immobile; you cannot think. In this moment, how can you move? It ceases, you become nomind. The actual thing is being present. Trying may be fruitless because focusing on the present moves things forward. Asking how to be present is again about the future. The question “How to be present?” is fading. How to be now?” This present instant is passing in the inquiry, and your mind will begin to weave and build visions in the future: someday there will be no movement, no motive, no seeking, and joy. How to be in the present? Shiva teaches a technique without saying anything. You do it, and you’re here now. Your existing here and now is truth, freedom, and bliss. The first nine approaches include breathing. Let’s first talk about breathing, then the techniques. We breathe continually from birth to death. Everything changes between these two locations. Only breathing is constant between birth and death. Child will become youth; youth will become old. Everything will change when he gets sick and ugly. He will be pleased, sad, and suffer; everything changes. But whatever happens between these two points, breathe. Whether you’re pleased or sad, young or old, successful or unsuccessful, you must breathe between birth and death. Breathing will never stop. Even one instant without breathing will kill you. Breathing would be tough, therefore you don’t have to. Someone can forget to breathe, and nothing can be done. Therefore, you are not breathing because you are unnecessary. You breathe while fast sleeping, unconscious, or in a profound coma. Breathing happens without you. First, it’s a constant in your personality. The second thing is that it is vital to life. No life without breath. Breath and life are synonymous. Breathing powers life and is profoundly connected to it. Thus, India calls it prana. We call both prana, which signifies life or aliveness. Your breath is life. Third, your breath connects you to your body. Breath constantly connects you to your body. The breath connects you to your body and the universe, which has come to you. The universe includes your body. Every molecule and cell in the body is part of the universe. It is closest to the universe. The bridge is breath. When the bridge breaks, you leave the body. If the bridge breaks, you leave the universe. You enter an unknown dimension and disappear from space and time. Thirdly, breath connects you to space and time. Breath becomes the most important thing. The first nine strategies are breath-related. Breathing will bring you back to the present. You will find life if you can do something with breath. Breathing may transcend time and place. Doing anything with breath puts you in the world and beyond it. A breath has two points. One touches the body and the universe, while another touches you and the universe beyond. We know only one breath component. We know when it enters the cosmos and body. However, it always moves from the body to the “no-body” and back. No one knows the other point. If you notice the other point, portion of the bridge, or pole, you will be transported to another dimension. Remember that Shiva will teach Tantra, not Yoga. Yoga and Tantra work on breath differently. Yoga systemsatizes breathing. Systematise your breathing to promote health. If you systematise your breathing and know its secrets, you will live longer and healthier. You will be stronger, more energetic, lively, alive, young, and fresh. Tantra doesn’t care. Tantra uses breath to turn inward, not systematise it. No need to practise a particular breathing method, system, or rhythm! Take breathing as it is. Just notice particular breathing moments. We’re unaware of some points. We are born and die breathing, although we are unaware of certain points. This is odd. Man is exploring space. Man is going to the moon and trying to reach space from Earth, but he hasn’t learned his nearest life. There are places in breathing you have never noticed that are the closest doors to a different world, being, and consciousness. However, they are subtle. Observing the moon is easy. Even reaching the moon is easy; it’s a long trip. Mechanisation, technology, and information are needed to reach it. Breathing is closest to you, and closer things are harder to notice. The closer and more visible, the harder. It is so close that your breathing is again one with it. Or, the space is so small that you require a very minute observation to notice particular points. These techniques are based on these points. Now I’ll try each method.

Watch the gap between two Breaths.

This may happen between breaths. The beneficence occurs after inhalation and before exhalation.

Such is the method:

This may happen between breaths.

The beneficence occurs after breathing in and before exhaling. Be aware of the relationship between these two points and the event. When you breathe in, observe. One instant, or a thousandth of a moment, there is no breathing before it turns up or outward.

After taking one breath, respiration ceases at a specific moment. Then breathing stops. When breathing is taken in and out, it stops for a moment or part of a moment, when breathing begins.

When breathing in or out, there is a moment of not breathing. In that time, the event is feasible, as not breathing means being out of the world. Be aware that without breathing, you are still alive but dead. However, the moment is so brief that it is never noticed.

Tantra considers each exhaled breath a death and each inhaled breath a rebirth. Breathing in is rebirth, breathing out is death.

The leaving breath represents death, while the incoming breath represents life. Each breath is a cycle of death and rebirth. The difference between the two is brief, but attentive observation and attention might reveal it. Shiva says you might feel beneficence if you feel the gap.

Nothing else is needed. You are blessed and have experienced the event. You are not to train your breath. Just leave it. Why use a basic technique? It seems easy. A simple method for determining the truth? Knowing the truth involves understanding the eternal essence that has no beginning or end.

You can only track the breath going out and coming in, but not the gap between them.

Try it. Suddenly, you will grasp the point, which is already present. Nothing needs to be added to your framework; it already exists. Everything is present except for awareness. Way to do this? The first step is to notice your breathing. Watch it. Focus on the passage of breath, disregarding anything else.

Feel the breath in your nostrils. Allow the breath to enter. Move mindfully with breath. Do not miss the breath when travelling down with the breath. Not ahead or behind, just go with it.

Be mindful: do not proceed, do not follow it like a shadow; be simultaneous.

Breath and consciousness should merge. The breath is in, and you breathe in. Only then can the point between two breaths be determined. It will be hard. Move in and out with the breath: in-out.

Buddha sought to use this strategy, making it a Buddhist one. In Buddhist terms, it is called Anapanasati Yoga. Buddha’s enlightenment relied only on this technique.

All religions and seers worldwide have used various techniques, which will be included in these 120 techniques. This first technique is Buddhist. This practise is associated with Buddhism as that is where Buddha achieved enlightenment.

Buddha advised being mindful of your breath as it enters and exits the body. He does not address the gap as it is unnecessary. Buddha believed that focusing on the interval between breaths could disrupt your awareness. He just cautioned, “Be aware. As you breathe in and out, move with it. Simply breathe in and out.”

The final part of the procedure is never mentioned.

The reason is that Buddha spoke with common people, which may foster a desire to achieve the interval. Desire to reach the interval can hinder awareness as it leads to moving ahead. Breathe in and move forward to focus on the future gap.

Buddha never addresses anything, hence his method is half.

But the other half automatically follows. By practicing breath awareness, you may unexpectedly reach an interval. As your awareness deepens and intensifies, you bracket out the world and experience the gap between breaths.

How can you stay oblivious when moving with breath minutely or without breath? You will suddenly realise that there is no breath, and you will feel that the breath is neither in nor out. The breath has ceased totally. That halting, beneficence.

This method works for millions. Throughout Asia, this approach was utilised for millennia. All Asian countries save India have tried this strategy, including Tibet, China, Japan, Burma, Thailand, and Ceylon. Only one technique has led to enlightenment for thousands. This is just the first technique.

Unfortunately, Hindus have avoided the practise due to its association with Buddha’s name. Since it became more popular as a Buddhist practise, Hindus have forgotten about it. Additionally, they attempted to avoid it for another reason. Many Buddhists argue that Vigyan Bhairav Tantra, the first technique addressed by Shiva, is a Buddhist text, not a Hindu one.

It is neither Hindu nor Buddhist—just a technique.

Buddha utilised it, but it was ready. Buddha became awakened and a buddha by the technique.

The technique predated Buddha.

Try it. This strategy is basic compared to others, but not entirely simple for you. Other strategies are more challenging. This is why it is the first approach mentioned.

Watch the turning point between two Breaths

The second technique is one of nine approaches that focus on breath.

Recognise breath turns from down to up and up to down.

The same, but somewhat different. The focus shifts from the space to the turning. Outgoing and ingoing breath form a circle. Remember, these lines are not parallel. When we think of breath, we imagine two parallel lines: in and out. Do you see two parallel lines?

They are not. Breathing in is half the circle, while breathing out is the other half.

Start by breathing in and out to form a circle.

They are not parallel lines, as they never intersect. The breath entering in and going out are one breath, not two. The breath enters and leaves the body, requiring a turn within. You must turn somewhere. There must be a point where incoming breath becomes outgoing.

Why emphasise turning? Shiva explains that as breath turns from down to up and down again, one must realise.

To simplify, he suggests recognising turns to discover the self.

Why turn? Driving means knowing gears. When switching gears, you must pass through the neutral gear, which is not a gear. Move from the first to the second or second to the third gear, always through neutral. A turning point is neutral gear.

At the turning point, the first gear becomes the second and the second becomes the third. To breathe in and out, it must pass through the neutral gear. Otherwise, it cannot turn out. Passes through neutral territory.

Being neutral means not having a body or soul, as the physical and mental are both parts of your being. To move from gear to gear, you need a neutral gear where you are neither body nor thought. In neutral gear, you are a pure, uncomplicated life without a mind.

The turn is emphasised because of that. Man is a big, complex machine. There are many gears in both your body and mind. You may not realise your greatness, yet you are a powerful vehicle. Good thing you’re unaware, as otherwise you could go insane. The human body is a powerful machine that would demand four square miles of land and disrupt 100 square miles of land due to noise.

The body is the best mechanical device. Each of your millions of cells is alive. Imagine a metropolis with 70 million cells and 70 million residents, running softly and seamlessly. In every moment, the mechanism works. Very difficult. These approaches have various connections to both your body and mind. Remember that the focus is on those moments where you feel disconnected from the process. Suddenly, you are no longer part of the system. Sometimes you switch gears.

When you fall asleep, your mind shifts to a different method for awake consciousness, requiring a different area of the mind.

You fall asleep, and that component stops working.

A new component of the mind takes over, creating a gap, interval, or turning point. Gear change. The gear is changed in the morning as you wake up. If you are sitting quietly and someone says something that makes you furious, you may shift gears. That alters everything.

When angry, your breathing changes. Your breathing will become irritable and erratic. A trembling will affect your respiration, causing suffocation. To relieve suffocation, your body may want to do something or break something. Changes in respiration, blood rhythm, and movement will occur. To transform the body, several chemicals must be released and the glandular system must be altered. Anger changes you.

A car stands, and you start it. Avoid gears and keep it in neutral. It will continue to pull, vibrate, and tremble, but cannot move and will become heated. Therefore, while angry and unable to act, you will become hot. The mechanism is ready to go, but if you do nothing, you will get hot. Though you are a mechanism, you are also more than that. You are more, but you must discover it. When entering a gear, everything changes. When changing gears, a turning occurs. Shiva exclaims, “Realise” as breath moves from down to up and back again.

Look forward at the turn. However, because to the brief rotation, precise observation is required. We cannot notice anything because we lack the capacity to do so. “Observe this flower; observe this flower which I give you,” is ineffective. You will briefly notice it before shifting your focus to something else. While it may be about the flower, it is not the flower itself. Thinking about the flower’s beauty can cause you to move. While the bloom has vanished from your gaze, your field has transformed. You may say it is red, blue, or white, but you have moved. Observation involves standing still without speaking or expressing emotions. If you focus on a flower for three minutes without moving your thoughts, you will experience beneficence. You’ll see.

We are not always observers. Not being aware or alert prevents us from paying attention to anything. We keep jumping.

Our monkey heritage includes this. Our intellect is like a monkey’s in that it grows and travels forward. He continues jumping from one place to another. Monkeys can’t sit still. Buddha emphasised sitting without movement to prevent the monkey mind from wandering.

Japanese people practise a sort of meditation called Zazen. In Japan, zazen implies sitting and doing nothing.

Movement is prohibited. One is like a statue, still and unmoving. Sitting like a statue for years is unnecessary. To enter, focus on your breath without mind movement. You will explore yourself or the beyond within.

Why are these turns crucial? Turning is crucial as it allows the breath to travel in a different direction. It was with you when it arrived and will be with you again when it leaves. At the turning point, you are not with it and it is not with you. In that instant, you are different from your breath, which is either life or your body, or your mind or mind.

You may have noticed that stopping your breath causes a sudden pause in your thinking. Suddenly stopping your breath can cause your mind to shut down and unable to operate. A brief pause in breathing and the mind stops. Why? Because they are apart. A moving breath connects the mind and body, while a non-moving breath does not. Then you are in neutral gear. The car is running, generating noise, and ready to move forward, but it is not in gear, causing the body and mechanism to be disconnected. The automobile is split in two. The object is ready to move, but the mechanism is not connected.

The same happens when breath turns. You are not connected to it. You might simply become conscious of yourself in that moment. Why is this being? What will be? Who inhabits this body house? Who’s master? Am I merely the house, or is there a master? Does anything else penetrate the mechanism, or am I merely the mechanism? In the turning gap, Shiva realises. He suggests becoming aware of the turning to become a realised soul.

Watch the fusion point of two Breaths

The third technique:

Moments when in-breath and out-breath combine, contact the energy-less and energy-filled centre.

The centre and peripheral divide us. The body is the periphery, and we understand both. While we know the circumference, we do not know the centre. When the out-breath and in-breath merge, it becomes difficult to distinguish between them. When it’s hard to distinguish between inhaling and exhaling, a moment of fusion occurs when the breath enters and begins to move out. It is neither moving out nor in. Static breath. Dynamic while moving out and dynamic when coming in. Close to the centre is when it is neither silent nor moving. The centre of your body is the spot where in and outgoing breaths converge.

Where does breath go when it enters?

It touches your centre. When it leaves, from where? Moves from your centre. Your centre must be touched. Taoist and Zen mystics believe that the navel is the centre, not the head. The breath enters the navel and subsequently exits. To the centre.

As mentioned, it connects you to your body. While you know your body, you may not know your centre. The breath is constantly going in and out, but we are not taking enough. Therefore, it does not typically go to the centre, at least not currently. This is why everyone feels “off-center.” People who can think feel disconnected from their centre in the modern society.

Watch a child sleep and breathe. The abdomen rises when the breath enters. chest is unaffected. The absence of chests in children is due to their active abdominals. The abdomen moves as the breath enters and exits, causing it to rise and fall. At their centre are children. Their happiness, contentment, enthusiasm, and overflowing energy stem from being now and not preoccupied with the past or future.

A youngster can rage. His rage is complete and he becomes the anger. His rage is also lovely. Total wrath has its own beauty, as totality always has beauty.

Being furious and attractive is impossible, as it leads to ugly behaviour due to partiality. And not just anger. When you love, you are unattractive because you are incomplete and not whole. Be mindful of your expression when making love. If you make love in front of a mirror, your face will appear hideous and animal-like. Love makes your face hideous. Why?

Withholding something in love is a dilemma. You are offering without much generosity. Despite your love, you do not offer fully and entirely.

A child is total even when angry and violent. In the present, his face glows and he is present. He is not concerned with the past or future, nor is he calculating, but rather just enraged. The child is still in the centre. You are complete at your centre.

Good or evil, your actions will be total.

Being fragmented and off-center might lead to every act being a fragment of yourself. Your part is not responding, and it is going against the whole, causing ugly.

Children, we all were. Why does our breathing become shallower as we age? It never reaches the abdomen or navel. If it could sink further, it would get shallower, but it only reaches the chest and exits. It never reaches the centre. You fear the centre because it may lead to totality. To become fragmentary, use this process.

If you breathe from the centre, you will flow in love.

You’re scared. You fear being vulnerable and open to anyone. name him your sweetheart, name her your darling, yet you are terrified. The other exists. When you are vulnerable and open, you cannot predict what will happen.

You are whole in another way. You fear being entirely devoted to someone. There is no breathing or heavy breathing. You cannot relax your breathing to the centre, as this would result in a total act.

Because you fear totality, you breathe shallowly. You breathe at the minimum, not the maximum. This is why life seems dead. When breathing at the minimum, life becomes lifeless; living at the least, not the maximum. If you live at your full potential, life is overflowing. It will be hard then. You cannot be a spouse or wife if your life is full. Everything will become challenging.

Overflowing life means overflowing love. Then you cannot cling to one. As you flow, you will fill all dimensions. When the mind perceives danger, it may be better to die. The more dead, the safer. If you die, everything is more in control. You can control and remain the master. You feel in control and feel like the master. Control your wrath, love, and everything else. However, this control is only achievable with minimal energy.

Everyone has experienced occasions when they suddenly shift from minimum to maximum levels. You visit a hilltop. Suddenly, you leave the city and its confines. You’re free. The sky is huge, the forest is green, and the height reaches the clouds. Shortly, you take a deep breath. You may not have noticed.

Visit a highland station and observe. It is not the hill station that causes the shift. Your breathing. Take a deep breath. You say “Ah! Ah!” When you reach the centre, you experience a moment of absolute bliss, not from the hill station but from within.

In the city, you feared. You were in charge and others were present everywhere. You could not scream or laugh. What a shame! You could not dance or sing on the street. You feared a policeman, priest, judge, politician, or moralist lurking around the corner.

The person around the corner prevented dancing in the street.

Bertrand Russell stated, “I love civilization, but we have developed it at great cost.” Dance is prohibited in the streets, although one can dance at a hill station. You are alone with the sky, which is not a jail. It is endlessly expanding, enormous and infinite. Taking a deep inhale hits the centre and brings happiness. But not for long. Within an hour or two, the hill station will vanish. You may be present, but the hill station will vanish.

Worries will return. You may consider calling the city, writing a note to your wife, or making preparations for your return after three days. You have arrived and are arranging to depart. You returned.

That breath was not yours; it happened abruptly.

The scenario changed the gear. In a new environment, you needed to breathe differently, therefore a fresh breath came in. The centre touched, and you felt the ecstasy.

According to Shiva, you can always touch the centre, even if you are not. Take calm, deep breaths. Touch the centre and avoid breathing from the chest, which is a deception.

Civilization, education, and morality have led to shallow breathing. It is important to delve deep into the centre to take deep breaths.

Without a non-suppressive sex culture, humans cannot breathe. Deep breathing in the abdomen provides energy to the sex centre. It touches and rubs the sex centre within. The sex centre becomes more active and vibrant. Civilization fears sex. We do not allow our youngsters to touch their sex centres or organs. We say, “Stop!” No touching!”

When a child touches their sex centre, say “Stop!” and notice their respiration. When telling someone to stop stroking their sex centre, their breath will become shallow because they are also contacting it with their breath. As the breath touches the object, it becomes impossible to stop the hand. If the hand stops, the breath must not touch or go deep. It must stay shallow.

We fear sex. The lower section of the body has decreased in both physical and worth. It is criticised as “lower.” So stay shallow, not deep. It’s bad that we can only breathe downwards. Allowing some preachers would alter the entire system. They only allow upward breathing into the head. Thus, you would not experience sex.

To develop a sexless mankind, we must alter our respiratory mechanism. The breath should enter the head, reach the seventh centre (sahasrar), and then return to the mouth. The passage should be from the mouth to the sahasrar. It must not go deep since it is harmful.

As you travel deeper, you encounter deeper biological strata. You reach the centre, which is close the sex centre. Because sex is life, it must be.

Consider this: breath is life from above down, whereas sex is life from below up. Sex and breath energy are both flowing. The breath passage is in the upper body, whereas the sex passage is in the lower body. When they meet, they generate life, biology, and bioenergy.

To avoid sex worries, keep a space between the two and avoid meeting them. Civilised man is castrated, so we lack knowledge of breath, making this sutra challenging to comprehend.

Shiva advises touching the energy-less and energy-filled centre when in-breath and out-breath combine.

He contradicts himself: “energy-less, energy-filled.” It is energy-less as your bodies and thoughts cannot provide energy to it. As far as your identity is concerned, your body and mind are energy-less. The energy in it comes from a cosmic source, not from your body.

Just fuel energy powers your body. This is petrol only. Consuming food and drink generates energy. This is simply fueling the body. If you stop eating and drinking, you will die. It will take at least three months due to the presence of petrol reservoirs. You have enough energy to last at least three months without refuelling. It runs and has a reservoir. In any emergency, you may require it.

This is “fuel” power. The centre is fuelless.

This is why Shiva calls it energy-less. This is independent of your diet and drinking habits. It is linked to the cosmic source and is known as cosmic energy. This is why he calls it an energy-less, energy-filled centre. When you become aware of the centre where breaths originate and fuse, you experience enlightenment.

Be aware when Breathing stops

The fourth technique:

In a moment of universal pause, one’s small self vanishes, whether the breath is exhaled or inhaled. This is only hard for the impure.

According to him, this is only tough for the impure, making it difficult for everyone else.

Who is pure? You find it challenging and cannot practise it. Sometimes you feel it suddenly. While driving, you feel a potential collision coming on.

Breathing stops. If out, it stays out. If present, it will remain. In an emergency, you cannot breathe and cannot afford it. Everything stops, leaves.

In a moment of universal pause, one’s small self vanishes, whether the breath is exhaled or inhaled.

Small self is merely a daily utility. You cannot remember it in emergencies. Everything about you, including your identity, bank balance, and prestige, disappears. Your car is approaching another car, and a moment later, you will die. This moment will be paused. There will be a stop for the filthy. Breathing ceases suddenly. By being mindful in the moment, you can achieve your goal.

Japanese zen monks have often used this strategy. For this reason, their techniques appear odd and ludicrous. They have done many unthinkable things. A master will expel someone from the house. The master will randomly spank the trainee without explanation.

Everything was well while you sat with your master. You were chatting when he started beating you to make a pause. A pause cannot be established if there is a cause. If you abuse a master and he beats you, your mind interprets it as a causal relationship: “I abused him, and he is beating me.”

Your mind expected it, so there’s no gap.

Remember, a Zen master will chuckle at your abuse, creating a pause rather than beating you. You were abusing him and saying rubbish, expecting anger. But he laughs or dances. This is startling and will cause a pause. Not understandable. If you cannot comprehend, your thinking and respiration will stop. If breathing stops, thinking stops; if mind stops, breathing stops.

While praising the master, you felt wonderful and thought, “Now the master must be pleased.” The Zen teacher suddenly beats you viciously with his staff, as Zen masters are known for their brutality. As he beats you, you begin to question his actions. The mind pauses. Being aware of the strategy can help you achieve your goals.

Many stories claim that a student achieved enlightenment after being beaten by their teacher. What foolishness! You cannot comprehend it. How can one achieve buddhahood through physical abuse or being thrown out of a window? Even if you are killed, you cannot achieve enlightenment. If you grasp this strategy, it becomes simpler.

In the last 30-40 years, Zen has become a popular trend in the West. Without understanding this technique, one cannot comprehend Zen. While imitation is possible, it is not effective. But it’s risky. These are not to be copied.

The entire Zen technique is based on Shiva’s fourth technique. This is unfortunate. We need to bring Zen from Japan as we have lost the tradition and lack knowledge of it.

Shiva was the method’s master. When he married Devi with his barat procession, the entire city must have paused.

Devi’s father was hesitant to marry her to Shiva, the original hippy. Devi’s father was against the marriage, and no father would allow it. No criticism can be made against Devi’s father. No father would allow his daughter to marry Shiva. Devi persisted, and he reluctantly accepted, albeit grudgingly.

Next was the wedding procession. It is reported that thousands fled after seeing Shiva and his procession. The entire barat likely used LSD and marijuana. They were “high.” In reality, LSD and marijuana are just the start. Shiva, his associates, and disciples were aware of the ultimate hallucinogenic, soma rasa. Huxley termed the ultimate hallucinogenic “soma”, solely because to Shiva. They were high, dancing, screaming, laughing. The entire city fled. It must have noticed the pause.

Any startling, surprising, or unbelievable event can cause the impure to pause. However, the pure do not require such things. Pure people always pause. In many cases, pure brains stop breathing. Being mentally pure implies not wanting anything, even if you are seated, and your breath will cease.

Mind movement requires breath movement. Breathing must match the speed of the mind. This is why rage causes rapid breathing. During intercourse, the breath moves rapidly. In Ayurveda, an Indian herbal medicine system, excessive sex is believed to shorten life. In Ayurveda, life is measured in breaths, which can lead to a shorter lifespan. Breathing too quickly can reduce your lifespan.

Modern medicine suggests that sex improves blood circulation and relaxation. Repressing sex can lead to health issues, including heart disease. While Ayurveda and they are both correct, they may appear contradictory. However, Ayurveda was developed five thousand years prior. Every guy was busy with work, therefore there was no need for relaxation or artificial blood circulation equipment.

Sex is increasingly the sole source of labour for individuals who do not perform physical labour. This is why modern medicine is suitable for modern individuals. While not physically active, sex causes the heart to beat quicker, blood to circulate faster, and breathing to deepen and focus. After a sex act, you feel comfortable and can easily fall asleep. Sex is the most effective tranquillizer, according to Freud, at least for modern humans.

Breathing becomes faster during sex and anger. Sexual yearning, lust, and impurity fill the psyche. Breathing ceases automatically when the mind is pure, with no desire, seeking, or motivation. It is like being in an innocent lake, without any ripples. Neither is needed.

This road leads to the transcendence of the little self and the supreme self.