From ‘shh’ to ‘sa’ the consciousness moves using gyān or insight and perception. This region can conjure up any number of combinations of ideas and interpretations and is therefore the Swapnalok. Literally the ‘dream world’ that can be ‘observed’ only by ‘inner light’ or driṣṭi. The knowledge of this region is externally contained in the Yajur veda – shukla and the region is Marīchi. This is the divyalok, the realm of the Devtās of Hindu mythology. It is equivalent to the Multiverse-I region in Tegmarks explanation of Everett’s “The Many World Theory”, cited earlier. This is the ‘higher’ realm where all desires exist as ‘probabilities’ and only few gifted persons like the icchādhārī Yogīs can use it to make desires manifest. It is represented by the vowel ‘i’ and along with ‘sa’ it is Saraswati.
What we have outlined just now is also part of the Śri Tripura Rahasya and Mishraji has devoted the entire Chapter Eleven – ‘Pure Intelligence and Absolute Consciousness’ to this.
In “Reflections,” Mishraji talking about consciousness says (quote) – “Consciousness marks the beginning. Consciousness of existence. Existence of objects. Consciousness of men and women, children and the aged, buildings and roads, birds and animals, mountains and oceans. As if vacant space has been filled with numerous objects…. The Universe is in consciousness. Consciousness is in the Universe. Consciousness is in the Cosmos. The Cosmos is in consciousness.”