The very use of the two words – “Universe” and “Cosmos” distinctly shows the author’s attunement to the worlds beyond.
In the table below, I have given the summary of the information of this section so that we can finally look at a pictorial representation of the Tripura.
Looking at the Mātrikā Chakra, we see that as the three Shaktīs are connected from their Sibilants to the respective Svars they outline the three Tripura lines on the Shiva Linga below the Bindu.
Quoting Mishraji at the end of this, he writes (quote) – “Thus we find that the concept of the Goddess in Sanatana Dharma is profound. Tripura Rahasya helps the seeker to comprehend the incomprehensible abstract intelligence, or supraphysical energy, which underpins absolute consciousness. There is no mythology here, at least in the sense in which that word is commonly understood. The stories and dialogues comprising these and other narratives in Tripura Rahasya help the student to hone his or her tools of comprehension and to understand the subtle and complex forces, principles and phenomena of our Universe”.
We have already studied the first two and we have been introduced to the third as Mātrikā Chakra but now we look at Wāk in more detail in this Section. It encompasses all sounds, both spoken and heard, and to this is added the rhythm of meter or chhand & tāl.