Subuddbi is right understanding, which comes only after reaching the plane of reality. After the player reaches satya-loka he attains perfect nondual consciousness and perceives the Divine in all phenomena. Nondual consciousness is real subuddbi.
As long as the player is in the body, intellect plays its part. It discriminates, distinguishes, and evaluates. In the seventh chakra these value judgments no longer relate to the outside world but turn inward to discern the player’s own inner reality. Each judgment produces a change in body chemistry. These states are known as feelings.
When the player reaches Cosmic Consciousness his symbol, the ring (which is his body), loses importance. But until the sixty-eighth square is reached, the four faculties of consciousness — buddhi, manas, chitta, and ahamkara — keep working. Ahamkara in its negative phase becomes egotism. Buddhi also assumes positive and negative forms. Chitta remains in constant action and interaction with the three gunas.
Before reaching the plane of reality, buddhi does not become a selfexisting phenomenon, and this is true for ahamkara as well. After the experience of samadhi in the seventh chakra, and the realization that comes from direct experience of the noumenon, buddhi starts analyzing and categorizing the experience. Here the direction can be either positive or negative.
The positive way of vibrating, subuddhi, is achieved by following the path of dharma, the source of the arrow that ends here. Positive intellect joined to the flow of the player’s dharma are two of the most potent tools in the game to aid the player in his quest for liberation.