Panchikarana is a process through which the five subtle elementary constituents of the universe are combined to form grosser entities, which serve as units in the composition of the physical universe. GROSSIFICATION IS ANOTHER NAME FOR THE PROCESS. THE FIVE SUBTLE ELEMENTS ARE
THE 5 BHUTAS ARE THE SOURCE OF ALL CREATION AT MICRO AND MACRO LEVEL.
SWARA YOGIS CONTROLLED THE BHUTA “ AGNI” ( USHNAM ) WITHIN THEIR BODIES BY USING VAYU ( BREATHING ) .. THEY COULD STOP THEIR HEART BEAT BY DIVERTING PRANA .. THIS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH NEWTONIAN “FIRE” WHICH FLOWS UPWARDS.
The five fundamental components responsible for the creation of the universe, including humans, are known as the panchamahabhutas. All things found in the material creation are built on the foundation of these Five Subtle Elements: Earth, Fire, Water, Air, and Ether or Space. Vedas are flawless since they were downloaded 400 centuries ago and written down 70 centuries ago. There is no mortal author of the Vedas. The Pancha Maha Bhutas, as described in the Vedas, are the fundamental building blocks of the Universe. These 5 components are the essence of the entire world, both inside and outside of you, so connecting with them is critical for accessing the Universe’s powers.
Our entire cosmic journey around the earth and beyond begins with the point of panchabhuta (five elements), which subsequently coalesce to form the life force, and then disintegrate to result in a celestial traverse at the paramanu (atom) level. According to the Bible, each element was isolated and pure before grossification. One of the components was not tampered with or combined with others. Grossification, on the other hand, causes the Tamo Guna of these five elements to become intermingled.
Grossification entails consuming a large amount of food at once. When we get to five grossified elements, each one contains a combination of all five. So there are five elements on Earth, and there are five elements in space. The same may be said about Air, Fire, and Water. Panchi Karanam, or Grossification, is the name given to this process of “salad preparation.” The entire cosmos, including all of our physical bodies, is produced once the five gross components are born. Sthula Srushti or Sthula Abhivyakti is the name for this.
The five bhutas represent the solid, liquid, radiant, gaseous, and etheric kinds of matter that make up the outside world of experience, including the physical body: earth, water, fire, air, and ether. These elements make up the universe’s structural entity. According to the Pancha Mahabhuta doctrine, these five components make up everything in the physical universe. Akash is the first element to appear in the universe (Ether). It is the most ethereal and least substantial of the three. Vayu (Air) is the next element to be generated, followed by Agni (Fire), Jala (Water), and finally Prithvi (Earth).
Each item and being in the universe has a different degree and combination of the five elements, which gives it its own distinct characteristics. In their pure state, the elements are undetectable. We notice compounds that have a variety of properties and are made up of more than one element.