Introduction to Yoga-Cara-Bhumi-Shastra

Yogacarabhumisastra is The need to Act. The need to act can only arise if a person has “Awareness of his or her Ignorance” and has “Anger against the Status Quo”. These psyches are depicted through Dhritrashtra and Duryodhan in the epic of Mahabharata. Having intent about proceeding further in the journey, Yoga is an elaborate science and should be understood before attempting to practice. The entire book of Miteiya can be understood as “Yogacarabhumisastra”.

In this section, there are various teachings in layer-by-layer scientific method. Miteiya uses the epic of Mahabharata to explain the formation of a human being. The four brothers named Chitragandha, Vichitravirya, Vyas and Bhism depicts the psyche of Creative Imagination, Inquisitiveness, Quest and Soul. These 4 brothers are the core layer of human being.

Similarly Miteiya explains and decodes all the other characters of Mahabharata to explain the constituents of human psychology. The five Pandavs depicting 5 sensory organs and sensory system are explained and decoded. These sensory inputs create “Empirical Consciousness” or “Panchavijnayakasamprayukta” as depicted by Asanga.

The book comprises of descriptive knowledge about Karn. Understanding the evolution and technology to tame “Desires” can be assumed as Manobhumi, as depicted by Asanga.

Teachings under this section include “Vitark-Vichara”, as depicted by Asanga. Miteiya gives analogy of “Stone Bridge over Sea” and “Channel through Red Sea” in Ramayana and Torah respectively. This teaching focuses upon “Methodology” to remain undisturbed with Thoughts without really disturbing or suppressing them. Miteiya speaks about various topics through out the book and covers all the essential teachings needed to proceed ahead in Spiritual realms.

Miteiya keeps it simple, easy and memorable through the use of mythological characters spread across various religious scriptures of mankind.