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Mahadouble

Mahadoubles are giant anthropomorphic (i.e. having a form of human body) Manifestations created by Divine Teachers on the surface of the Earth. The word Mahadouble consists of two parts: Maha means large, double means a twin.

Mahadoubles of Divine Teachers usually are very large: from hundreds of meters up to several kilometers.

People possessing clairvoyance perceive Mahadoubles as composed of soft, tender, subtle white Divine Light, resembling fire sometimes.

One can communicate with Divine Teachers assuming such an Appearance as with visible Interlocutors.

At the stages of buddhi yoga, the work with Mahadoubles is very important. Students can use a Mahadouble as Yidam, and by filling Its form with themselves (as consciousnesses) they can cognize higher Divine States.
 

See also:

Yidam

Buddhi Yoga
 

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