satī is the ‘energy that grows’ by giving. It is like the fruits of a tree that multiply or the dispersion of knowledge or like lighting many candles with one and so on. I give you a lesson – I do not lose it but you have gained. This increase is the brh and is the process of going back into the non-linearity.
There are many metaphors of these three Śaktīs in the scriptures.
We have seen that these varnas of the Sanskrit alphabet have a number of symmetries built into their structure. There is a clear metaphysical basis that needs far more analysis….its root forms, its meters and other structures give one the feeling of the unfolding of Dimensions. In fact it feels, looking at the – Fig.3 that a lot of knowledge is still to unfold and the resonances could lead to endless possibilities.
In conclusion Rabindranath Tagore’s lines from ‘The Gitanjali’ come to mind where he attempts a journey beyond words using the “heart’s – flute” as the mantric metaphor conjoining all life’s sounds into its mellifluous mould …
O silence him now, your poet
of words that race;
take his heart’s – flute, and play it
with deepest grace.
In the night’s depth let it sound
with a melody profound,
the flute – song with which you astound
the worlds of space.
Whatever in life and death is flung
about of me,
may this tune draw it to your feet
The clutter of words of day on day
in an eye – blink will float away,
and I shall hear the flute play, in
night’s endless place.