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Through the Gate of Time- Advanced Yoga – The vast portion of one’s existence remains unknown and invisible beyond these two known points. Ordinary mortals do not have any knowledge of the transition called death, but the enlightened or accomplished yogis understand life here and hereafter. Those who have learned to control the eleven gates know what is beyond, and that knowledge gives them mastery over death as well as life.

Through the Gate of Time- Advanced Yoga – The vast portion of one’s existence remains unknown and invisible beyond these two known points. Ordinary mortals do not have any knowledge of the transition called death, but the enlightened or accomplished yogis understand life here and hereafter. Those who have learned to control the eleven gates know what is beyond, and that knowledge gives them mastery over death as well as life.

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.

The serpent guarding the great treasure is not only found in European tales but in the Indian story of the Kundalini.Th This feminine serpent is, like Ladon, the guardian of the gate in the Muladhara, the root chakra of the spine. ‘

The mystery she protects is the Brahman, the secret of life. To the “profane” she is simply wild and terrible. She is pictured carrying a spear and sword and can kill animals. To the yogi, however, she is the differential capacity which cuts down unconsciousness, primitive drives, passions, and sex. She cuts down blind instinctuality and prepares the way for the appearance of the Self.

The Kundalini watches over the door to the Brahman, but she is also the creator of the world, the world mother who went to sleep and coiled up in the Muladhara after sparking the earth to life. As the snake she is an earth goddess. She is also called the “sad widow” because she has forgotten her heavenly origins. The yogi’s job is to awaken her, to bring her to Shiva and help her to remember her divinity.

The Kundalini is awakened to herself when the yogi meditates, “I am” or “Hansa,” the word in Sanskrit for Brahman and also swan. The Kundalini is the princess in another form. Like the Kundalini, the princess needs the apple of life, the memory of its former existence but like Ladon, paradoxically blocks the hero from obtaining these treasures.

The princess’s worldly tasks are the threshold which our hero must get over before he can find the apple. If we translate the Kundalini and the princess story into psycho-physical terms, we discover a mythical account of bodily evolution. In creating and adapting to culture, body energy had to separate itself divisively from timelessness. Our snake—that is, our primate nature—seems to differ from that of other animals in that our body energy is capable of creating linear, chronological time.

The human being can and must plot the future in order to survive. In so doing, we have not only created vast technical cultures but we have cosmically isolated ourselves from each other, from animals, plants, and the inorganic substratum of our universe. The nature of our consciousness and its ability to “do” are intimately connected with our myth of loneliness which results from having forgotten our origins.

While she was plotting out the future in order to secure her stay on this earth, the Kundalini forgot she was once a paradisial being, living in a timeless world. Her ability to “do” not only prepared the future, it made her lonely and sick because planning and worrying, when carried to extremes, annihilate the vegetative nervous system and destroy the very goal they wish to achieve—survival.

The body is troubled by two equal and opposite drives, both trying to achieve survival. One is “doing,” the creation of social life, and the other is “being,” Atman, Self, Brahman, or others. The hero’s job is to solve the problems of the first by relationship to the second. First he (or she) must live through the sufferings of the Muladhara, the problems of this world, using the powers of his body. His anima—that is, the social energies of his body—needs the apple from the tree of life, the vegetative body experience of timelessness.

But the hero cannot get the apples by himself. While lying exhausted in the forest in his quest for the final treasure, the ravens appear and fetch the apple for him. Of course, the ravens are the only ones who could find the apple. The experience of the timeless nature of the dreambody cannot be reached by the ego alone. The body must find the apples within itself.

More explicitly stated, once the abandoned Self in the body has been touched by listening and caring for it, the body awakens and acts like a partner of consciousness. Then the Self in the body, the dreambody, becomes personal power, unfolds its wings, stretches beyond its imprisonment in doings, and acts out its dreams, its myths. One sees this happen in dreambody work as individuals follow their bodies, let them flow freely, and discover the myth behind personal life, the experience of freedom.

The experience of samadhi cannot be described, for it is a unique state beyond thought, word, and deed. Humans are bound by innumerable bondages. When samadhi is achieved, the seeker is free forever. This is the highest state, the permanent abode of deathless yogis. Life after death can be experienced here in this very life by those who have attained samadhi, that state where the frontiers of death are transcended. The known part of life is a line that is stretched between two points, birth and death.

The vast portion of one’s existence remains unknown and invisible beyond these two known points. Ordinary mortals do not have any knowledge of the transition called death, but the enlightened or accomplished yogis understand life here and hereafter. Those who have learned to control the eleven gates know what is beyond, and that knowledge gives them mastery over death as well as life. Those who have gained this mastery are not subject to the whims of death. They cast off their bodies and die under their own control at their own time. They consciously pass through the eleventh gate, through brahmarandhra. It is said that the one who travels through this gate knows about life hereafter exactly as he knows life here. There is no longer any veil between the two. Accomplished yogis have learned to cast off the body in a variety of ways. We mention a few of the ancient techniques of yogis here only to make the point that there is another way to confront the act of dying besides the common one.

The general term for dying used by the yogis is mahasamadhi. Samadhi is the term for the highest state of tranquillity attainable by a human being. Maha means great. Yogis do not refer to the end of life as dying, but rather as casting off the body, letting go of what is no longer necessary—simple as that. The technique of consciously letting go of the body was described to Nachiketa. Yama explained to him that of all the nadis or energy pathways in the body, the most important is sushumna. Sushumna passes upward through the center of the spinal column.

Through sushumna flows the spiritual energy or divine force called kundalini. Sushumna is the key point of liberation. One who can enter sushumna at the time of death can attain Brahman, the highest goal of life. All other paths are paths of rebirths. To leave the body, the yogi awakens the sleep-ing serpent power of kundalini and this energy enten into the path of sushumna. It rises to the ajna chakm, the two-petalled lotus between the eyebrows.

Here the yogi gathers together and controls all the other life force energies of the body, known as the pranas. He withdraws his consciousness from earth-bound existence and from the senses.

As we have repeatedly stated, the fear of death stems from attachment. People are attached to their bodies and they identify with their bodies. The thought of the end of the body is understandably terrifying because that means the end to their assumed identity and existence. As long as we remain in ignorance and think that we are one with the body and its gross and subtle forms, we fear death and remain under the sway of death.

The greatest obstacle in the path of realization is attachment to the body and to the objects of the world.

This attachment makes us slaves. It is because of our attachments that we experience fear of death and loss. The more body-conscious and body-attached a person is, the greater the fear of dying. The same principle applies to people who are attached to the things of the world, to their houses, property, clothing, jewelry, and money. They fear losing those things because they somehow offer meaning, identity, and worth. People also become very attached to other people.

The emotion they feel for others gives them an identity and they fear giving up that identity in death. They fear the deaths of those to whom they are attached for similar reasons. If one’s identity is somehow defined by attachment to others, the death of others then affects that identity.

The solution is to do away with these attachments to the body, property, possessions, and other people. This point cannot be made often enough. Reducing and finally eliminating attachments does not mean to escape life, to deny the enjoyment of life, or in any way to diminish life’s value. Just the opposite occurs. Life is enhanced, enriched and expanded by reducing attachments. The person learns to love and give and open up to others and to the events of the world. Attachment means to grip, clasp, grasp, and hold on tightly. When death comes all that was being clutched and grasped is wrenched away.

The fighter something is held, the greater will be the wrenching away, the deeper will be the pain. If life has been led with open hands, with no attachments, then death comes but there is nothing to be wrenched away.

We cannot all of a sudden wake one moment and let go of all attachments. It is a lifetime’s work to undo the habit of forming attachments and requires attention every day, because the attractions and temptations of the world constantly work to strengthen attachments.

While spiritual seekers work on non-attachment, they must at the same time develop some understanding of what death is and what it does. Does death merely mean the end of life? Is it just this horrible event that comes without invitation, like some evil that crawls in the dark? From an eastern metaphysical point of view, death cannot end life. The body stops and a person’s moment in a particular blip of time and space ends.

The individual does not end. From this perspective death does not appear dark and horrible. Death is as natural as birth, even as miraculous and beautiful as birth. Death, as well as birth, leads to life and growth. In such a perspective, an individual enters a blip of time and space for a specific purpose and for a specific span of time.

It is like plowing and sowing a field in the spring. The time and conditions are right to accomplish a purpose. The job must be done then. When the job is completed, there is no reason to re-main in the field.

Then it is time to wait, allow the seeds to sprout and the crops to grow. When the growing season is done, it is time to revisit the field—an-other purpose, another time. That is the way human existence is. The world is like a field.

Finally, it comes time for Jesus to go face-to-face with His last enemy, death, nothing in between. Then suddenly the Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of an archangel, and with the trumpet of God, and life will swallow up death! (1 Thess.4:16) Death is not the first enemy that Christ must subdue, but it is the last enemy of this age that He will subdue, and that is through the resurrection. Kundalini follows same process and swallows both time and death.

Kundalini Red or serpent kundalini is the primary kundalini on the elemental pathway. When it is rising, it enables the body to uncover and then clear issues within the physical and subtle structures. Though golden kundalini is fundamental to the power pathway, once it enters the physical body through the seventh chakra, the main gate of which is at the top of the head, this golden nectar stimulates a cascade of hormone production, as well as the spiritual kundalini that initiates in the inner wheels of the chakras and is most applicable to the divine pathway. Research suggests rising red kundalini produces true biological effects. Jana Dixon’s amazing and complete book Biology of Kundalini explores systemic responses to a kundalini activation. Basically, there are significant alterations in every bodily system, including the immune, neurological, cardiovascular, endocrine, and more. From my point of view, the red kundalini is an electrical energy that stimulates all fields and forces, physical and subtle, in the body, bringing them into alignment with spiritual genetics.

Through the Gate of Time – Consciousness is made of electromagnetic energy

Consciousness is made of electromagnetic energy

Awareness “happens” in things that are made of electromagnetic energy. Awareness does not happen in things that are made of physical matter. Consciousness is an emergent property of things that are made of electromagnetic energy, .

The theory of evolutionary quantum consciousness aims at the unifying mutual interdependence: quantum consciousness is the mechanism, which has the abstract world interact immanentely and instantaneously with the factual world, in other words: everything that became real within our 4-dimensional world.

Our brains are mainly made of electromagnetic particles (molecules, atoms electrons) making humans a kind of electromagnetic being. The electrons, in combinations with quantum particles provide atoms, tachyonen and other particles with consciousness. Therefore, electromagnetic energy also carries consciousness from which we only use a small part, given our brain capacity. Our brains are full of magnets having been developed by our Spirit in this manner receives consciousness. When changes appear in the magnetic and electric fields, if strongly affects our body matter. This electromagnetic energy, and other kind of energies, leaves the human body and enters it near the heart. Other places are the hands, feet and the Third Eye (front head chakra), crown chakra and Throat chakra. As with the two previous energies electromagnetic energy possesses healing power.

We only experience time when we are conscious and when consciousness manifest itself in matter. On Earth everything concerns time. Humans are ruled by cycles and rhythms created for human evolution.

But what is time really? Time is no more than memories or information stored in morphogenetic fields, continuously interacting with zero point energy fields. Electromagnetic fields, making up the dimensions, are the means of transport for memories and information. Memories and information are stored spiral-wise in those morphogenetic fields similar to the structure of DNA.

These fields around the Earth are also called the memory of humanity or the Earthly chronic of Aksaha, containing the collective human subconscious. Memories, as well as the stored information, can be transported to any location in the Universe within nano seconds. They can always be retrieved everywhere. Electromagnetic fields assure your presence at a number of locations simultaneously, while the morphogenetic fields care for simultaneous observation of present, past and future.

This means you can send energy over a distance to past and future. That the morphogenetic fields connect people is proven by simultaneous inventions using the same principles and ideas that happened on the other side of the globe.

Where is our memory actually located? This is a difficult question. It is impossible to pinpoint the area in the brains where memory is located. Our memory capacity is located in the big brain, the subconscious, in every cell of our bodies and in the morphogenetic fields surrounding and penetrating us.

All conscious information is stored. This is in contrast to all subconsciously gained information which is ignored and will never reach the memory. It requires special skills to retrieve stored information. In some cases, our search functions become decrepit, but memory capacity never decreases. For example, people in trances may relive previous life events.

The wearing out of the search-and-retrieve capacity is caused by damage to the neuron transmitters which are chemicals conveying messages between two nerve cells. As previously mentioned, our memory capacity is not only situated in our big brain but also in the subconscious, in all body cells and in the morphogenetic fields surrounding us.

The grey outer shell of the big brain is part of those fields and houses a high concentration of neurons perceived as the memory centre. This grey outer shell acts as a screen where information and images can be projected without being observed by us.

The Spirit and the subconscious project dreams onto this screen through the limbic brain system (left brain part). This allows us to process certain events previously experienced. The “essential conscious” (cortex) does not need to function in a sensory manner because this knowledge is instant and essential.

This knowledge is stored in the cooperating right and left part of the brain as the Yin-Yang principle. Yin represents the left part and deals with matter, magnetizing, the female, the mysterious, feelings and the dark. Yang belongs to the right half of the brain and expresses male, mind and light.

We also have a consciousness of the Soul. The Soul that descends into the physical body is called the “sub-conscious” or Evolving Soul and is in direct connection with Ashanata in contrast to all the other consciousnesses mentioned above. The aura is also part of the sub-consciousness of all living creatures. The Evolving Soul is able to affect our thoughts, observations, sensations and actions. The Soul is the main object of evolution. This Soul can be observed by psychics as a radiant light when one feels capable of opening one’s heart to love for all creatures. It is the true consciousness of the self. It is possible, after many reincarnations that a creature exists outside the physical body, a creature radiating beauty. This is known as the “light” body.

This fine-matter body looks like the physical body but envelops it and even transcends one’s aura. This beautiful “light” body is like the Spirit during an out-of-body experience and is connected to the physical body with a thin cord. The end of this cord is not always visible and lies far outside the spiritual aura.

The Evolving Soul, in this form, is called the “Higher Me” and is the highest stage in evolution that can be attained. It only takes this form when the love of All-Energy and his Spirit has been shaped in one’s own life and all that surrounds it. The Evolving Soul is present in all conscious, living creatures, hiding behind the mental consciousness and under-developed at the beginning.

Even fully developed, it is not often on the foreground. It expresses itself by its instruments of chakras and aura, even though they have limitations, being imperfect. The Evolving Soul grows in consciousness with help of Light creatures and gains power when touched by each high vibration frequency. This Evolving Soul is the reason that humans turn towards a spiritual life. How can they become aware of their Evolving Soul?

It can be achieved by meditation with certain constraints. There is no real meditation possible unless humans become aware of their complete inner being and nature. Only in that condition can the boundaries of ignorant human nature be crossed.

This is because it only receives external signals, consciously recognized by senses, the brainstem, cortex and the mind. Only when real meditation becomes possible can humans directly experience and become aware of the universal consciousness and the universal forces active in and around them. It enables them to become aware of the Divine Spark, which is the Evolving Soul, the Divine Power and Light, which are expressed in numerous vibrations of love, wisdom, consciousness and self-consciousness.

The Soul expresses the essence of your true being.

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 all 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 consdousness. 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.

Realisation 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 Ghost becoming active.

God is able to send his Holy Spirit out from himself so that it can travel anywhere in the universe—just like the sun is able to send its light. It can change and transform into anything, it can travel anywhere in universe at the speed of light.

The Word of God and the Holy Spirit have no boundaries; the Holy Spirit can travel anywhere in the world in a millisecond when it is called upon or where it chooses to go.

Your words can also travel anywhere in the world wherever you send them. They enter the mind, thoughts, feelings, and emotions of man, whereas the Holy Spirit enters the heart, soul, and spirit of man.

Quantum light particle research has taught us that it can travel instantly to anywhere we send it.

Being a Spirit, he is free from material limitations. He cannot be weighed down, is free to go up or down, free from atmosphere, the water, or to the extremes of the universe. He does not wear a space suit to travel in space; no wall or door can shut his presence. His presence can be felt anywhere he is welcome. On a fast-moving train, in an airplane, or a ship in the middle of the ocean, in a cold mine deep beneath the earth’s surface. He is everywhere, present at all time. Omnipresent.

You possess a bio-psychic circuitry which is constantly sending and receiving electromagnetic enemy signatures to and from the surround. This process is on going and you can teach yourself to become sensitive to the subtle energies and nuances that you are receiving from the surround. With that awareness, you also become aware of the energies you are sending out into the surround, as well.

Why do most people remain oblivious to this process? People have chosen to remain ignorant to their involvement to the All. Perceiving these energies means coming face to face with True Reality.

Life force energy is a metaphysical energy that bridges your physical and spiritual bodies. The more you utilize this energy, the more you bring spirit into matter and vice versa. Life force is named differently by all cultures and religions, but it is the same exact thing. There is chi, ki, qi, prana, kundalini, spirit, “breath of life,” zero point, orgone, and light. Prana (Hindu), qi (Taoist), and the “breath of life” (from all branches of Christianity) are a way of inviting in Spirit through breath. So, you are raising your life force energy by breathing with the intention of being filled with the love and wholeness of Spirit (I view Spirit as the energetic connection between your soul and God). This is what I feel the Holy Trinity of the Catholic Church really means. The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, to me, states that God and you (your soul) are connected by the Holy Spirit, the life force. Chi (Chinese), ki (Japanese), kundalini (Buddhism), and light (all branches of Christianity) all utilize visualization during meditation to raise the energy up through the chakras. Both methods are highly effective alone. However, if you combined both of them together it is even more wonderful.

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