The Taittiriya Upanishad 101
Ancient Hindu Enlightenment Series, Book 3
According to Albert Einstein, "Reality is only an illusion, albeit a very persistent one."
As Quantum Mechanics is now discovering, the world may seem solid, but it is not. It seems to be formed out of some sort of "Energy" (that we do not yet have the capacity to understand) which has settled into a rate of oscillation so slow that it has taken on the appearance of solidity.
This book explores, in quite a bit of detal, exactly what this "Energy" is, at least according to the Hindus, along with the individual frequencies found within It that is coding for existence as we know it. As such, this work is a bit "headier" than my past releases.
In order to prepare for the concepts contained within my version of The Taittiriya Upanishad, I suggest you look into the field of cymatics—the manner in which vibrational frequencies affect matter. I think this will help you to make more sense of what you will find in this release. Here is a link that may help: https://youtu.be/Q3oItpVa9fs
According to the Hindu faith, the video above comes very close to portraying the manner in which our reality is begin created.
"Well, Dr Barnes has produced another very inciteful, interesting and informative work on the third installment of the Upanishads. Ironically , it isexactly what I need at this point in my seeking. I highly recommend this book along with his other works. " -CW (reader, Amazon.com)
Excerpt from Chapter Two:
“How many gods and goddesses can you name?” the master asked.
“Mitra, Varuna, and Aryaman,” offered one student.
“Indra, Brihaspati, and Vishnu,” offered another.
“Ganesha, Shiva, and Vayu,” offered yet another.
This went on for some time.
When the students could think of no more, the master said, “I do believe that you have left a few out. Try again.”
The students managed to come up with a couple more but then grew silent again.
Is that all that you think there are?” the master asked.
“No,” the students answered. “We were just unable to remember the names of the rest.”
“If you were to venture a guess,” the master continued, “how many, in total, would you estimate there to be?”
“Dozens,” one answered, “At the very least.”
“Hundreds,” said another.
Thousands, millions, and trillions were also put forth.
“The correct answer,” said the master, “is that there is nearly an infinite number of deities, yet, at the same time, only One.
“This is the second of the many secrets that await you.”
(The first secret was discovered in Chapter one.)