Meditation of yoga on In broad outline then, all these schools understand human destiny in terms of two options: the round of rebirth or reincarnation, and escape from that round. Although the details might differ from school to school, the common thread is that in order for escape to occur there has to be a radical reorientation on the part of an individual: from identification with the bodymind to either identification with a self, in the case of Hindus and Jains, or just seeing the self for the illusion that it is, in the case of Buddhists. In all cases such radical reorientation frees the person from the grip of karma and its effects. CORRESPONDENCES The idea that there are parallelisms bordering on identity between different realms of the universe and between words and things is far more prevalent in India that it is in the West. The orthodox brahmanical (priestly) traditions tend to identify correspondences, or what Mircea Eliade called homologies, both between mental states and the levels of the cosmos and between words and things. Buddhists tend to accept the former but not the latter, so I shall explain these correspondences primarily from the brahmanical perspective. In the literature of the Veda (= Samhita [the four Vedas], Brahmana, Aranyaka and Upanisad collections) we are told that there are three primary levels of existence in the universe: the adhidaivika (the realm of the gods, the cosmic), the adhyatmika (the realm of the self), and the adhibhautika (the realm of the material elements). Meditation of yoga 2016.
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