Devanagari is the alphabet or ancient script that is said in the Bhagavad Gita As It Is to be “the writing used in the cities of the demigods”.
The writing used in the cities of the demigods to script to life a simulation of creation is the sacred geometry that sources all images. Before there were formed letters in the alphabet, there were unformed ideas for them in the Mind of God.
There is only One Mind of God and as God’s Son it is Yours. You have direct access to the sacred geometry of Devanagari by inquiring into Your Own Mind. You have direct access to Knowledge of the invisible geometry that manifests all universal form.
Svādhyāya is a sanskrit term that means “one’s own reading” or “self-study” or “meditating on the self”. Basically it means asking and reflecting on the question, “who am I?”
Devanagari in abstract, poetic terms is the place in God’s Mind where universal scripts are written. Knowing that one has direct access to Devanagari scripts because one is the Mind of God, one can practice meditation on the question “who am I?”, and go directly to the origination of the manifest world.