What is Maha Vyoma?
MahaVyoma is a Sanskrit word, which is considered as part of the trio, namely Vyoma, Maha Vyoma and Para Vyoma.
Vyoma, Maha Vyoma and Para Vyoma:
Vyoma is a Sanskrit term, which means astronomical space of the physical world.
Maha Vyoma and Para Vyomas are the celestial spaces of subtle worlds.
Explanation of subtle worlds:
According to Haindava tradition (oldest tradition in the world), Creation has been divided into three states; they are namely Sthoola (physical), Sookshma (Mental) and Karana (Spiritual) Jagats (the domain where the phenomena of birth and death takes place). All the living and non-living things, which differ in their conscious (state of mind) levels, are formed by the combination of these three states only. If we consider the human being as an example, the physical body is related to Sthoola Jagat, mind is related to Sookshma jagat and the state beyond the mind is related to Kaarana Jagat. So in this the same physical and subtle matters form creation, all the living and non-living things. As per this, Ayamaatma Bramha that is told to us in Vedas stands true which means in every cell; whatever is happening within us is happening in the world around us. For example, if we take an atom, the electrons revolve around the nucleus, just like the planets revolve around the Sun.
The five elementals of life, namely Earth, water, Fire, Air and Space are together form the Sthoola Jagat. Along with this physical matter, many subtle things, which do not contain the five elementals, are around us (like feelings, thoughts, etc.). These cannot be measured using physical things, made up of the five elementals. A person with real perspective, who searches for the truth, can find these.
The power, which is beyond the five elementals, is called as mind. It is related to Sookshma Jagath. This Sthoola jagath is been driven by sookshma jagath. The science that we talk about is limited to the sthoola jagath. Hence we are unable to create, change or control vital force and mind. According to Vedas, God means the power, which can control the mind. Whereas, the mind can control God, when that mind contemplates on that same controlling power. Hence, God means power of mind, but not mere physical matter. Energy comes from Mind. This energy helps the body to fulfill its physical duties. Aadi Daivikam is also called as Sookshma Jagat. The celestial space of Sookshma Jagat is known as Maha Vyoma. In this Maha Vyoma Gods wander as light forms (Practitionerwho attain Siddhi become light forms), which control Sthoola Jagat.
According to Maharshi’s (Saints and Sages) the Source and Origin of nature is Karana Jagat. This is beyond Sthoola and Sookshma jagats. The Origin of God and the ignition point of thoughts in mind come from Karana Jagat. It creates, Controls and Destroys the Sthoola and Sookshma Jagats. Everything derives from this jagat. It’s called as Aadi Aatmikam, which is the source for Aadi Bhoutikam (source of physical matter) and Aadi Daivikam (Source of mind).