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Meditation yoga on Brahmanical thinking about language has been powerfully shaped by certain features of Vedic religion which, in one current of development, produced a kind of yoga of grammar (sabda-purva-yoga). Amongst the most prominent of these features is what scholars call homology, an assumed deep correspondence between different kinds of existing things. 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). Each of these levels, particularly the first two, reflects the others in terms of fundamental structure. So, for example, the wind (vayu) is a cosmic phenomenon and a deity. Breath (prana) is the wind at the level of the self (atman). The individual level is a microcosm of the macrocosm; hence the mind, in meditation, can perceive the different levels of the cosmos. Meditation yoga 2016.

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