Akram path is the eleventh wonder of this era
The whole world is trapped in trying to understand the prakruti. In the Kramic path one can only recognize the Purush (Pure Soul) after one recognizes the entire prakruti, and this is not accomplished for endless lives. Whereas in the Akram Marg, once the Gnani Purush establishes a person as a Purush (the state of the Self), the Purush is then able to understand the prakruti as it is. Thereafter both remain separate forever. In the Kramic path, it is through the prakruti itself, that one has to understand the prakruti. When would that ever come to an end? One has to understand the prakruti after becoming a Purush. Only then is one able to understand each and every parmanoo of the prakruti ( the non Self comprised of the three gunas of sattva, rajas and tamas)
In the Kramic path, one is asked to destroy an illusion by another illusion. One needs soap to clean a dirty cloth. In the process of cleaning, the soap will leave behind its residue on the cloth. To remove that residue, one will need Tinopol (cloth whitener). The Tinopol will remove the soap residue but leave behind its own. In this manner each leaves behind its own residue. Purity is never achieved. Purity is only achieved through meeting a Gnani Purush, who is Absolutely Pure. Only a Gnani Purush is able to separate each and every parmanoo and destroy your sins and give you the Pure Soul in your hands, so that you achieve liberation. In the Kramic path, one has to sacrifice every step of the way. What is the Kramic path? It is to purify the ego. The ego of the Non-Self has to be purified. In the Kramic path, one has to bring about a state of disinterest for charitra mohaniya karma(conduct deluding karma), which is why heavy penance and renunciation are required. It is through these that one develops disinterest in that which unfolds and invite involvement (charitra moha). In the Kramic path the rule is such that if one has become an 80% Gnani, he will not bow down to one who is 70% Gnani. He would only bow down to someone higher than himself.
A tremendous amount of turmoil exits in the Kramic path. The aspirant himself becomes the support for the penance. In this process the ego has to be cleansed through the ego. In the Kramic marg, one renounces everything and retreats to the forest where he practices his jaaps, but the mind, the speech and the body are still with him; they are still attached and so the parigraha (attachment to material objects) is always there. It is because of this he starts a new vyavahar (worldly dealings).
If one is going to do penance in the Kramic path, one should only do so to eliminate his anger, pride, attachment and greed. It is not considered penance if these increase as a result of the penance. In the Kramic path, nirvikalp samadhi (being free from “I”-ness and “My”-ness) occurs when the Soul becomes completely pure. Wherever there is renunciation or accumulation, there is vikalp. Vikalp is bound to occur when there is acquisition of important things and renunciation of small things. There is not only one but endless vikalps. Even when one becomes strict with one’s disciples, it is vikalp.
What is the Kramic path? It is where one is asked to purify the ego. The ego that has become vibhavik (emotional involvement with the non-self) has to be purified. Progress is made only after the ego becomes completely pure. In the vibhavik ego there is pride, deceit and arrogance. The ego of the Kramic path is a karma-chetna. Because of that, a new ego is created. In the Kramic path the ego binds karmas through penance and renunciation. The renunciation is done through the ego of the past life. And now through the ego of the present life, one continues to bind new karma.
In the Karmic path where one has to continue purifying the ego, there one has to employ the mind. In the Akram path, it is all done through Pragna Shakti (the light of the Soul). After acquiring the Soul, the support of buddhi is fractured and pragna becomes the guiding light to moksha.
The vehicle used to reach moksha in the Kramic path is ‘Thou art that! Thou art that!’ (Tu hi, Tu hi), in this, the Atma is kept separate. Whereas in Akram, we say “I am that, I am that”.
In the Kramic path imitation is acceptable. But this is the Akram path where the candle has been lit instantly.
Kramic path means first comes the worship and then comes the liberation. In Akram, there is liberation first and then worship.
In the Akram path the support for ignorance is destroyed, so nothing remains to be renounced. In the Akram path, the Atma, which needed to be acquired, has been acquired. The ego and attachment have been renounced and the work is done. No rituals like that of pulling hair out, no penance, no renunciation nor any fasts. In spite of living in this world, one is not touched by its influences.
In the Akram path one is letting go of one’s Charitra Mohiniya (conduct deluding karma) with equanimity. Upon receiving ‘Gnan’ one’s Charitra Mohiniya becomes passionless (nirass) so that new passions does not arise. Darshan Moha (right belief deluding karma) have been eradicated in the Gnan Vidhi at the time of Self-realization. Without passion new karmas cease to be charged. The Akram path is wide open. One finds an answer immediately. It is a path that gives instant results. One can never become ‘intoxicated’ by one’s progress. Only the exact awareness and conviction of the Self remains.
The Akram path is without rules. One can only attain Moksha without rules. When no rules are imposed, one becomes natural. In the Akram path, one maintains dharmadhyan in the relative world and is in shukladhyan , the State of the Self. In this path the external kriya (activity) remains the same like that of an ignorant one, but the entire dhyan-inner mediation changes. No jaaps (incantations) or tups (penance) are required. One experiences moksha without any effort. One receives the fruits of the vision of the Gnani from the Gnani and this brings forth the fruit of liberation. The fruit of service to others, is worldly prosperity.
Absolute humility is the highest service (seva). Worldly prosperity is a byproduct of this service. When one yearns for the Soul, one’s needs and wants are definitely fulfilled. Do you want to understand the Akram Path? Then go to The Gnani.