The Four Great Inner Powers

Posted on by Teo Siew Yong

Do you know that there are four giant powers sitting inside you?

As man is born out of divine energy – Shakti, he possesses four great powers. The four spiritual principles – Integrity, Authenticity, Responsibility and Enriching – which are the four Vedas, caturveda to experience surrender to the Cosmos and to have the power to simply manifest the reality of your choice. These four powers are great energies and if we know how to handle them properly and consciously, they can shower us with everything we want in life. However, if we don’t know how to handle them properly, they will continue to impact our lives in negative ways. The unfortunate thing is many people do not use these four powers consciously with a clear intention.

These four powers are closely related to the four major dimensions of our life – our words, our thinking, our emotions and our living. When we awaken our peak possibility in each of these four dimensions, it becomes a great power and support in our life.

Each of the four powers is guided by a spiritual principle known as tattva. A tattva is the key to unlock the corresponding power in us.

  • Integrity – means fulfilling the words and thoughts you give to yourself and others and experiencing a state of completion with yourself and life. When you practice integrity, the power of words or Vaak Shakti will be available to you.
  • Authenticity – means being established in the peak of your capability and peak possibility. When we practice authenticity, the power of thinking or Mano Shakti will be awakened in us.
  • Responsibility –means living and responding to life from the truth that you are the source of whatever happens inside you and around you. The power of feeling or Prema Shakti will be possible when we practice responsibility.
  • Enriching – means taking responsibility to continuously enrich and expand yourself and others. You will have access to the power of living or Atma Shakti the moment you decide to enrich others.

The foundation for these four principles (tattvas) is poornatva i.e. completion of all the patterns we carry. When we reach the space of completion by living these spiritual principles and expressing these powers, the individual self merges with the universal Self, and true compassion happens out of the space of completion with the Cosmic Consciousness; from the experience that one is part of that Brahman ( Cosmic Consciousness).

Ever since 2012 till now after the initiation into these 4 principles from my master, Paramahamsa Nithyananda, not only I have been constantly practicing completion with my patterns and with people around me, living these four spiritual principles as part of my basic cognition, I have also started to share with children, parents and my students the significance of awakening these four higher dimensions in us to reach the state of complete completion. It gives me such a great joy to see children practicing integrity and authenticity because children simply catch the truth and live it. For adults, we tend to question and doubt these spiritual principles. Blessed are those who can understand the power of living the highest possibility in life.

In essence, we are not here to live an ordinary human life, we are here to live a divine life as divine beings. Unless we discover our consciousness experientially by living advaita (non-duality) and expressing these four powers, we will not truly understand the mysteries of life. Namaste. 😀

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About Teo Siew Yong

Teo Siew Yong draws from over a decade's worth of experience in the Vedic healing arts of Yoga and Mediation to share the sacred knowledge and experiences of self healing and self discovery with people who are ready to look within.