"The aforesaid five objects, which are the negative attributes of the five electricities, being combined produce the idea of gross matter in its five forms: Kshiti, solids; Ap, liquids, Tejas, fire: Marut, gaseous substances; and Akasa, ether." (Swami Sri Yukteswar, The Holy Science, Sutra 11, 12)
◇ Akasha is space in the Jain conception of the cosmos.
◇ Akasha is one of the six dravyas (substances) and it accommodates the other five, namely sentient beings or souls (jīva), non-sentient substance or matter (pudgala), principle of motion (dharma), the principle of rest (adharma) and time (kāla)
◇ It is all-pervading, infinite and made of infinite space-points.
◇ It falls into the Ajiva category, divided into two parts: Loakasa (the part occupied by the material world) and Aloakasa (the space beyond it which is absolutely void and empty).
◇ In Loakasa the universe forms only a part.
◇ Akasha is that which gives space and makes room for the existence of all extended substances.
◇ At the summit of the lokākāśa is the Siddhashila (abode of the liberated souls) [Wikipedia]
Akasa - Ether: The First Duality more complete discussion on Akasa
Chart of Matter and Energy
Figure 1.3 - Subdivisions of Matter and Energy
Figure 13.07 - Mind Matter and Energy Chart
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