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Following the lead of previous gurus in the Sant tradition, Shiv Dayal Singh described five inner planes (Sahans-dal-Kanwal, Trikuti, Daswan Dwar, Bhanwar Gupha, and Sach Khand) which a soul must pass in order to reach its ultimate destination. Shiv Dayal Singh has also at times given slight nuances to this basic five plane cosmology, with the two major variations concerning the region between Daswan Dwar and Bhanwar Gupha, known as Maha Sunn (the great darkness), and the further subdivisions of Sach Khand, which he calls Alakh, Agam, and Anami. In the various Radhasoami branches in India there has been debate over some of these more rarified distinctions, but overall there is general agreement on the major features of the inner planes.
The Sant tradition (describes)...four basic regions the soul traverses until it reaches the fifth region, the highest state of consciousness. Again, as with the Gnostics, each realm is controlled by a ruling power or aeon. Here, the light and sound of each region are described. In the first region, Sahans Dal Kanwal, the soul is pulled out of the body and enters a new dimension, encountering for the first time beautiful light and sound. The light is described as a thousand candles, and the sound like bells. The second region is called Trikuti, and here the mind is shed from the soul. The light is referred to as a red sun, and the sound as thunder or drums. Daswan Dwar is the third spiritual realm, a realm pure spirit where one attains self-realization. Magnificent white light is seen and one hears a harmonious stringed instrument. The fourth region is titled Bhanwar Gupha, where the soul approaches the infinite God, envisioning a splendid white light and hearing a soft flute. Finally, the soul reaches Sach Khand and merges into the infinite ocean, attaining God-realization. Here, the light radiates to infinity and the sound is compared to that of avina.
|Shiv Dayal Singh - Sar Bachan||Version #1 common in Beas related groups||Version #2 common in Beas related groups||Rajinder Singh - Science of Spirituality cosmology(Beas)||Common in Agra related groups, particularly Soami Bagh|
("Lord of the Soul") - described as Anami (nameless) and Akeh (indescribable)
|6. Sach Khand|
("Truth Region;" soul/God union)
|9. Anami Lok ("nameless")||10. Anami Lok *||10. Anami (God realisation)|
|6. (Unnamed level)||8. Agam Lok ("inaccessable")||9. Agam Lok||9. Agam Purush|
|7. Alakh Lok ("invisible")||8. Alakh Lok||8. Alakh Purush|
|5. Sat Nam / Sat Lok||6. Sach Khand||7. Sach Khand||7. Sat Lok (God the Father) (self realisation)|
|(Unnamed level)||5. Bhanwar Gupha|
|5. Bhanwar Gupha||6. Bhanwar Gupha||6. Bhawargupha|
|5. Maha Sunn ("great void")||5. Maha Sunn|
|3. Sunna / Daswan Dwar||4. Daswan Dwar|
("tenth door;" beyond mind)
|4. Daswan Dwar||4. Daswan Dwar||4. Sunn ("void" - liberation)|
|2. Trikuti / Gagan (Heaven)||3. Trikuti|
("three prominences;" causal region)
|3. Trikuti||3. Trikuti||3. Brahmand (Causal)|
|1. Sahasdal Kamal||2. Sahans-dal Kanwal ("thousand petalled lotus" astral region)||2. Sahans-dal-Kanwal||2. Sahans-dal-Kanwal||2. And (Subtle)|
|6 Pinda regions (physical)||1. Pind ("body" physical region)||1. Pind||1. Pind||1. Pind|
"Agra branches are upset at Beas for changing the topmost realms. Early RS accounts state that Sach Khand is the fifth level and RS Dhaam is the last level. RSSB wanted to avoid clash with Sikhs and therefore they divided the Sach Khand level into four parts namely Satlok, Anami Desh, Alaekh Desh and Radhasoami Dhaam. All this is not written in Siri Guru Granth Sahib Jee. This too proves that all this is false. "