The psycho-somatic instrument to effect this transformation of conscious-ness and the ennoblement of character is Kundalini. In the ages to come, therefore, the voluntarily created products of Kundalini will not only be mental and intellectual prodigies of the highest order, but also men and women of exemplary character. There is a weighty reason why this should be so: The entry to the superconscious state implies a thrilling and exhilarating experience; there is nothing of this earth to compare with it. It is the acme of all that a human being would like to have, possess, or achieve. “The cow that fulfills all wishes,” “the Island of Jewels,” “the Garden of Bliss,” “the Mountain of Gold,” and other such euphemistic terms were coined by the ancient masters to signify the indescribable glory of this sovereign state. The fears expressed by William Irwin Thompson, that such a crop of adepts would introduce a new papacy and pose a threat to democracy, are unfounded. In the first place, such an attitude presupposes belief in the perpetual nature of the present form of ideas about democracy and other modern political systems, in which cracks have already begun to appear. Secondly, it completely ignores the actual reality, which allots a dominant position to the intelligent and gifted in a society over their less fortunate compeers.
The present search for “masters,” “gurus,” “initiators,” and “adepts” is a forerunner of the events to come. I am not worried that intellectuals as a class arc apathetic to what I aver. This has always been the situation whenever a new idea was presented to mankind. The intelligentsia forms the most vehement opposition, because the concept is so new and so radically divergent from the thinking of the past that an overhauling of our present-day notions and values is necessary to assimilate it. What is of paramount importance is that the possibilities
The Awakening of Kundalini implicit in Kundalini should become known. This is slowly coming to pass, thanks to dedicated efforts of those eager to help in the birth of a new world. This all-out search for a better order and a happier life for humanity will never cease until the objective is won.
The idea of Kundalini—the Serpent Power—is not unknown in the West. It finds mention in a veiled way in the Bible, but there are clear mentions of it in the books on alchemy and other esoteric disciplines. In the beginning of this century, an American writer traced references to Kundalini in several passages of the Bible. For some years past, this ancient doctrine has penetrated even into the exclusive precincts of science, and some eminent scientists, at least, have come to know of its implications in the context of the current views about religion and mystical experience. There is, however, a general attitude of incredulity which is not to be wondered at in the context of the present attitude of science toward religion and the supernatural.
It is high time now that scientists accept the existence of bio-energy (prana) , the intelligent force behind all chemical actions and reactions of a biological organism. Here we deal with a new dimension of matter and consciousness.
The experiments made to locate bio-energy (apparently the cosmic orgonc energy of Reich) are yet in a very rudimentary stage, but as has always happened in the sphere of knowledge, if the idea is based on a solid foundation, the experiments will be successful and the elusive medium will be located one day.
What I suggest is that investigation on Kundalini provides a most practical way to study the action of bio-energy in the transformative processes set afoot in one in whom the Serpent Power is aroused. We have numerous historical instances to show that conversion and transformation of consciousness are possible under certain circumstances. But how does it happen? What are the biological factors responsible for it? We have no means to know at present.
By harnessing its power, humankind could get beyond “the conflicting ideologies and divergent systems of government” whose conflict endangered life on earth, and “the revolt against the major religions, and their proliferation into innumerable creeds and cults”, which has left society without a stable ethical foundation.
And Gopi Krishna, a world-renowned yogi, says kundalini is the evolutionary mechanism in human beings, which has been know as the ‘sixth sense’ and ‘the philosophers’ stone’, and is the energy responsible for expanded consciousness and creativity. (Kundalini for the New Age, Gopi Krishna, Bantam Books 1988).
The logical point that “…wisdom would lie in locating the points of agreement to bring the scattered mass into one coherent whole.” This unifying element in his analysis of mysticism is kundalini. Krishna discusses at length his theory that human consciousness is slowly evolving toward a higher plane.
Darwinian theories of evolution have over-emphasized the development of the physical being, thus neglecting to look at the tremendous development which the mind has also undergone. Conversely, he argues that mystics have been unwilling to see that spiritual states have any connection with development of the physical organism.
There is a deplorable lack of awareness of the fact that human consciousness is evolving and that the body has to keep pace with this evolution. The brain is remodelling itself by extremely slow degrees to reach another dimension of awareness . . ..only a thin veil separates now the more evolved section of the race from the ineffable vision of the hidden Reality. . . Mystical ecstacy. . . signifies a glimpse.. eq. the next state of consciousness destined for man. Kundalini, of course, is to Krishna the biological basis for this awakening of higher consciousness.
The aim of nature is to lift man to another dimension of consciousness, to be a superman in his own right, possessed of amazing powers of body and mind. All the achievements won by science are but a means to this sublime end.
Although early Gnostic texts never specifically name the ida and the pingala channels, they do discuss the initiatic importance of transcending the duality of the right and the left. In the Gospel of Philip, I came across the following passage: “Light and darkness, life and death, right and left, are brothers of one another…. But those who are exalted above the world are indissoluble, eternal.” (11.3) Pneumatics who experienced states beyond perceived paradoxes became “indissoluble, eternal.” As the keepers of the inner mysteries, they claimed,
“This power the apostles called ‘the right and the left.’ For this person is no longer a Christian but a Christ.” (11.3) As Jesus pointed out in the Gospel of Thomas, “When you make the two into one, you will become children of Adam, and when you say, ‘Mountain, move from here!’ it will move.” (Gospel of Thomas 48) To get beyond the twisting illusory reality of the ida and the pingala and the dueling left and right hemispheres of the brain, yogis accessed kundalini (Sanskrit for “coiled like a snake”), a powerful feminine energy (Shakti) lying dormant at the base of the spine. Yogi Gopi Krishna regarded this “serpent power” or “fire serpent,” wrapped three and a half times around the sacrum, to be the “most jealously guarded secret in human history” and “the guardian of human evolution.”,
When kundalini awakens from its long slumber, it uncoils from the sacrum and shoots up the sushumna column, evaporating the twisting ida and pingala channels with its tremendous force. Blasting a path through the Tree of Life’s central trunk, kundalini pierces “the thousand-petaled lotus” of the crown chakra, uniting the initiate with the oceanic waves of universal consciousness.
- If the masculine and feminine that exists in all mankind will make piece in this one house (soul) then will the mountain (barrier) be moved as to be able to see the other side, where wisdom and light reside.
- If the house is our soul, the “two” is the two halfs of our soul. We live in one half, but if we accept and share with the other half we become whole. It’s not about finding god but accepting who we are.
- We must find balance in our life and within our souls. Good and evil, silence and noise, emotion and rational thought, even faith and doubt. When we find our balance then we are truly ourselves, and we can conquer any mountain that life places in our path.
As well as being the resting place of coiled kundalini, the root chakra in the human body is associated with the earth. Thus, both inside and outside the body, kundalini as a force is inseparably con-nected with natural forces. Kundalini as the Sakti controlling the body must be able to handle the energies of sun, moon, and fire, the basic activities of will, action and cognition, and sustain the physi-cal, vital and mental levels of the body.”‘ Each chakra center is said to have a presiding deity, the root chakra’s, for example is said to be the carrier of ever-pure intelligence, and sometimes the guardian of this center.618 She is that aspect of kundalini which gives to evolution an ordered progression, and helps to organize the entry of subtle energies into gross sub-stance (the DNA spiral?).619 Finally, kundalini risen through the chakras is said to be “the energy which, combining with the subtler Sakti forces, permits the enlightened state to be experienced within the body without destroying it… “
Sri Aurobindo discussing the awakening of the kundalini as a descending and ascending current. There should be considerable play between these forces before the most deeply embodied aspect of kundalini is ready for the final ascent. In his Integral Yoga, this force accomplishes its goal without the details of other Tantric practices… 621 Thus, Scott has discussed kundalini as a cosmic force, a world force, a force of nature — a force that comes to rest at the physical level, where coiled up, it becomes the DNA spiral necessary for all life, and the Kundalini Sakti at the base of the spine.
Chakras are the energy doors of your physical body and connect you to essential and vital powers. In total, we possess thirteen main chakras and many small ones. The first seven chakras are located in the physical body, four being partly inside and two outside the physical body. The latter are located directly above the head but still within the spiritual aura. Whether or not the chakras are activated depends on the era in which we live, and whether we are connected to the spiritual lessons needing to be learned. When all chakras are opened you have the ability to rise above the past and future, and the individual mingles with the all-penetrating Divine Power (Ashanata). In this way the chakras allow access to your spiritual heritage. The spiritual lessons which must be heeded during a certain time span (2160 year period) are accompanied by preset levels of energy. At one time, humans had only seven chakras at their disposal while now the activated number has increased to thirteen. During this period humans can grow to become universal humans, which is of essential importance for the Universe. All activated chakras are aligned along the imaginary Hara line, also called Kundalini line. This line consists of fine matter known as the Reiki, Ki- or Prana channel. Through this channel the Universal energy of life flows. This channel starts above the cortex and goes down to the brainstem, spine and down the Ki- point, to where the Kundalini is stored. Therefore, it connects all chakras in one straight line including, the two chakras above the head.
“Chakra” is a word from Sanskrit meaning “wheel” or “disk”. A chakra revolves, like a planet around an axis. This is enhanced when receiving two of the twelve rays from Ashanata.
The head chakras catch the two rays, which are being guided by our Guardian Angel to the Mumin and the subconscious. The Mumin is the catalyst of the Evolving Soul and transforms the rays directly into tachyon energy, making them spiral along the chakras. Energy flows through the body but flows differently for male and female, being responsible for the contrast In cognitive and emotional processes. The transformed rays possess the same structure as the DNA and show themselves, if visualised, as one violet flame.
The seven main chakras in our physical body correspond with the most important nerve centres. Opening up the chakras above the head makes humans aware of being an integral part of an everlasting evolution dating back to the beginning of time. Unfortunately, for many beings in the Universe, blocked chakras result in lack of certain evolutionary knowledge like love, Joy and happiness. However, these may be opened up by means of several types of exercise. The purpose of these exercises Is to bend negative information into positive. By opening and activating these energy portals you can learn more about your inner self.
If you manage to open an the chakras, you will find yourself being united with the all-penetrating Divine Power of Ashanata and, in that case, you will step outside your physical world. To be touched by and to be conscious of the Divine Power or Divine Light, seek quiet. In quietness, Ashanata can be found. Only after you have silenced your inner thoughts may you ask Ashanata to let his Divine Light flow along the dimensions and star-gates to you, via your Guardian Angel. In this manner you will evolve to a multidimensional being and gain access to the distant memory of your self in time and space. Open chakras are like gates for energy and information to access your spiritual heritage. In this way you will understand your true being.
The Kundalini is just as much a phenomenon as the Evolving Soul and the Spirit. It participates in the consciousness system because it possesses intelligence derived from the Mother Womb. The design comes from Ashanata and is implemented in every soul that evolves. it is shaped by the Evolving Soul in the physical body, transforming tachyon energy into zero point energy. The Kundalini starts functioning when the Evolving Soul has taken position behind the heart at birth, when the first breath is taken. it consists of pure zero point energy and is positioned in the sacrum.
The sacrum is the triangular bone at the base of the spine, made of fused vertebrae and situated between the two halves of the pelvis, like a wedge. In these bones the Kundalini slumbers until it wakes. When manifested in the physical body, it feels like a cool breeze. It is part of the Absolute that, as soon as it wakes, transforms humanity. An established link with Ashanata is a prerequisite. The result is an enlightened consciousness.
The searcher realizes his body is no longer his, nor are his thoughts and emotions; they belong to the Eternal self. After a long search the searcher can be seated on the throne of his inner self where he will be united with his true nature. He discovers that truth is not determined by concepts and ideology, that truth cannot be produced or manipulated because it Is a living event where the human nerve system Is only instrumental for observation.
Realization and activation of the Kundalini occurs in everyone whose longing is pure and who lives in love and harmony with their surroundings. This allows that which is false o be seen and understood. If you have expressed your desire, Ashanata and your Guardian Angel will help you by stimulating the Kundalini from the heart’s centre. The Kundalini works independently and quietly, but when our every-day stresses are overwhelming, no space is left for the Kundalini to manifest itself. The Kundalini is able to open up chakras.
When that happens, not only is an intense well-being felt, but it also allows access to universal personal properties encapsulated in the chakras. Activated, the Kundalini creates a feeling of subtle joy when the personality transforms from being chained to its own desires to identification with love, compassion, modesty and purity.
Only after it relaxes and opens the sixth chakra, can it bring balance to the Evolving Soul leaving it to come to the crown chakra above the head and mingle with the all-penetrating Divine power of Ashanata.
This crown chakra governs through the Spirit and the brain, especially the cortex. When the Kundalini reaches this chakra above the head, it manifests itself as a cool breeze emanating from the head and hands; it is the Holy Spirit becoming active.
More important than the memories of previous lives are the incarnation forces explaining who we are. Our being is partly, but constantly, determined by our own insights, which is gained by a better understanding of a stage of evolution and that which triggers this process.
If there is a desire to follow this path of actively progressing in evolution, there should be, for instance, more consciousness in speech, thoughts and actions. In speaking, the power of words must be accounted for as words can be healing, soothing, encouraging or destructive. Whoever takes this into account, not only trying to understand himself but also trying to understand his fellows, will recognizerecognize the relationship between cause and effect and will develop insight.
Life is a continuing learning process without a break, and the road to gain insight is an individual one. By various means, such as books and meditation, all kinds of information may be acquired, but insight only arises through the process of awareness. Whoever decides to embark on this journey of discovery is on the way to finding his inner self, of finding the source of true life that is to be cherished, protected and guarded. If this happens, such a person will be cared for with a tenderness unimaginable by human standards.
This care makes self-discovery and self-acceptance possible. If self-learning has come about in this manner, then accessed knowledge about the depth of the “All” will come simultaneously. The result of this insight triggers a joyful feeling and all fear will disappear. There is no longer a need to battle with life because, in doing so, the enemy is strengthened.
Thus the law of cause and effect should never be forgotten, as every fear and all things opposite to love will be projected. Be aware of negative thoughts and do not fear change as changes to certain thoughts, feelings and actions really means complete and unequivocal acceptance.