3

The siddhas who have several mystic powers can do a lot of things that an ordinary man cannot do.

Now, I would like to know whether they can travel in time too? Did Lord Krishna in Bhagavad Gita said about this or did any Vedas or Upanishads or Tantra Shastras?

13
  • 1
    "Spiritual Engineering" called Tantra, is about Space. Its about 'Machines' that give you control on 'Prana' (instead of Energy) in space. You can go anywhere in the universe by covering colossal distances in space in a moment. You can foresee Past and Future (Because vibrations of every thought and every action are present in space, all the time). With immense Yoga power, you even can (nearly) STOP the perception of time for yourself. BUT, you can NOT go beyond Time, itself. You see, its just "engineering". We are in an inescapable 'black hole' called "Present".
    – Hindu
    Dec 8, 2014 at 2:01
  • Time, space and all other material manifestations and dimensions, all these are illusions!! God (our real Self or Parabrahma) is ABOVE and BEYOND time. Those Siddhas who are aware of this TRUTH manipulate time and other dimensions as per His Will. once realization dawns about the Truth, then one can easily manipulate all of Creation, because all of Creation is a dream/illusion, OUR illusion. This advaitist thought. As @Hindu has beautifully expounded, everything is 'PRESENT' or 'NOW', time itself is just illusive and unreal Sir :)
    – Sai
    Dec 8, 2014 at 4:50
  • @Sai :) Indeed God is beyond time. Beyond Mritu-Loka. BUT things are NOT illusion buddy. PAST and FUTURE are Hell-Real! Karma as well its Fruit are BOTH Real. ONLY the attachments with them is "unreal". And when BRHAMA himself CAN'T go beyond his life span of 100-Brahmnical years, how can a siddha manipulate Time. There is illusions around only because "a sleeping man thinks of his dreams as real." Illusionary is the "WILL" of a soul itself.
    – Hindu
    Dec 8, 2014 at 5:07
  • @Hindu Ok Buddy :) if you would like to believe Past and Future are Hell-Real, then go ahead. Its upto you what you would like to believe and I don't disagree. As in the comment the illusion part is an Advaitist answer. Different interpretations give different conclusions and all of them are valid. But essence is same. The essence here is that everything is 'Present' as you rightly said. As for 'Brahma himself can't go beyond his life span of 100-Brahmnical years': Brahma's lifespan is not His lifespan, but the life-span of His body. one who realizes this is no longer under control of TIME.
    – Sai
    Dec 8, 2014 at 5:15
  • @Hindu illusionary is the 'WILL' of a soul itself? That didn't make much sense. If you mean to say that this illusion itself was the Will of the soul, then I'm not disagreeing. If you meant something else, please clarify. Thank you for taking time to explain your viewpoint, which I do respect and learn from Sir :)
    – Sai
    Dec 8, 2014 at 5:18

0

Browse other questions tagged .