Yogavasishtha is a Sanskrit work, over sixteen centuries old, consisting of approximately 26,000 verses, narrating highly metaphysical stories in beautifully poetic language. In fact, its 55 stories serve only as a skeleton for a profound philosophy of consciousness. All the stories explain the theme of many levels of relativity. So that the characters in the stories act on many levels of space, time and cosmic volition. The story below is a summary of 3,288 verse of philosophy, propounded in 24 chapters titled the Narrative of Chudala.