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I am the seeker

Tāmasloka

Having experienced supreme satisfaction in sukhaloka, the player feels that there is nothing more to be achieved. She, therefore, does not know “where to go” or “what to do”. This is the dilemma of Tāmasloka which leads to in-action.

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Sukhaloka

“Sukhaloka” (plane of satisfaction) is a state of satisfaction. The player is in the later stages of life. She as a seeker, is satisfied with her achievements and experiences “sukha”. She is also in a state of detachment from perishable objects.

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Durbuddhi

When the longest snake of the game, bites the player, she becomes frustrated and angry. This is very revealing. Falling down to the lowest level, she gets another chance to understand and control her anger! The mind needs to learn to be strong and calm in the face of adversity.

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Subuddhi

“Subuddhi” (positive intellect) is the reasoning or that intellect which is guided by dharma. It is that intellect which reasons in the light of the ātman within (“the self”). The player guided by subuddhi will keep on the correct karmic path.

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Satyaloka

Meaning world of the creators Place of inventors. world of truth World of reality. Audio Story Interpretation “Satyaloka”World of the creators, World of truth” (world of the creators) is the cell where the player experiences “brahma”, the self, the divine...

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Tejaloka

Teja is one of the pancha māhābhūta. The Fire element or Teja Dhatu, represents the sun, volcanoes and mines. But it also represents all forms of heat and energy. Ageing, body heat, digestive juices, are all aspects of the fire element.

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Vāyuloka

Meaning air The invisible gaseous substance surrounding the earth. Audio Story Interpretation “Vāyuloka”Anger, Wrath, Passion”(gaseous state) is the cell where the player assumes and realises the formless, “lightness of being”. The Lord of this cell “Mārut” is known...

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Oṅkāra

The oṅkāra purifies and calms our awareness, this is something that we can try and commonly experience. Oṅkāra helps us break the illusion of duality (albeit for “short instants”), when we chant in harmony in a group or in the solitude of ourselves.

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Ahaṅkāra

“How, O father, do men attain to those superior regions whence there is no return to earthly life? Is it by asceticism or by knowledge? How also can one gradually attain to felicitous regions? Asked by me, O answer it in full.”
-Ashtaka asked in Mahabharata

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