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Aparoksha Jnana appears Ashrama aspect of desire aspect of Maya Asuras Atmik consciousness attained avidya becomes blinding darkness bodiless Brahmaloka causal body cause characterised Chinmayi cognisant commentary on Mantra composed creates creation Creative Shakti death Deva Devatajnana Devatas Devayana Path Devibhagavata different from consciousness dissolution enjoyment equilibrium eternal existence forsake fruits of Karma Gita gross body Gunamayi Hence Hiranyagarbha ignorance immortality imperfect inscrutable powers Isha Ishopanishad Ishvara Jiva Jnana Karmik impressions know Atma kratu liberation loka Maya means merged mind monistic Mulaprakriti ness Nirguna Brahma Nirguna Kutastha nishkama Karma perfect consciousness perform phenomenal world possessed Prakriti Prana principle pure purified Purusha Pusha Rajas and Tamas realisation reality Sadhana Saguna Atma Saguna Brahma sambhuti Sattva Satyananda seat senses Shakti of Brahma Shangkara's Shastra Shiva Shruti says Srishtishakti subtle subtle body Supreme svagata Tamas Gunas Tantrik tapas things three gunas unbeginning unconscious undecaying unreal unto Upanishat Vedas wisemen worldly worship Yajnas