Savitri has realized the state of Transcendent consciousness. She has reached the doors of the Unknowable Absolute. But this state remains closely guarded within her heart.
Now Savitri stands at the doors of the Unknowable. She has entered the holiest of the Holy mystery, the Absolute, the Parabrahman, the Paratpara.
Savitri has travelled far and deep beyond the Mind until all begins to fade and vanish. She discovers the ancient Vedantic truth of Adwaita, the One without a second. She realizes the Brahman state, the Nihil or the Nirvana of the Buddhist.
Savitri ascends beyond the Mind and its laws and actions and processes, and ascends towards the summits unseen and the eternal Nihil, out of which creation seems to emerge.
Savitri has become a witness of Nature and shares her discoveries with us. We cut this world into pieces by the action of the mind and the ego-sense. But in fact it is a single continuum.
Savitri begins this new phase of her journey by self-observation, by reflection and witnessing her thoughts. As thus she ascends towards the home of Thought, she experiences an ascent and a change of consciousness.
Savitri has found her soul. But there is more to do, a work to accomplish. She is here to open the integral Path for man. A new stage of her journey begins, towards the Transcendent Reality, the Absolute beyond all that is.
After the voice of Night, Savitri hears the response of the Light. She is asked to hide her newly found kingdom and guard it against the Adversary. The individual yoga of Savitri becomes the yoga of the Earth.
In the midst of this glad and tranquil life lived with the soul-sense, Savitri is invaded by a nameless dread, the chill voice of Death that slays all things upon earth, even things ‘beautiful and true’. So it seems as she hears the voice of Night invade the silence of her heart.
There is a new psychic poise, a divine upliftment of Savitri’s life. Her nature has undergone a high celestial change. All is therefore glad and blissful and tranquil and free.
The descent of Divine Shakti from above downwards leads to a progressive transformation of nature with the blossoming of all the subtle centers of consciousness concealed in man.
The next step that lies ahead is the descent of the Divine Shakti transforming Savitri’s humanity into a perfect image of the divinity that she inwardly is.
Savitri enters the psychic door and thence discovers her central being, the Jivatma that sends its projection to enter into the play of Time and Space. This projection, this spark of divinity develops into the psychic being.
All the great godheads, and divinity and powers and aspects of the Divine are as if concealed within the soul. This is the inner temple in man that he must discover if he wishes to live a diviner existence. This is the difficult journey he must undertake.