I say to thee weapons reach
not the Way,
flame burns it not,
waters cannot overwhelm,
nor dry winds wither it.
all-arriving, stable, sure, invisible,
ineffable, ever all Itself,
is the Eternal Soul declared
"There is a science
of recognition, though in large part it remains esoteric.
the knowledge may be uncovered by the uninitiated student if he seeks in the
Among the various races, the East Indians form the chief
repository of this science.
The language employed,
Sanskrit, involves terms
corresponding to concepts for which there are no real equivalents in our
current western languages."
Franklin Merrell Wolff
Madhva said: "Man is the servant
of the Creator,"
and established his Dvaita
Madhva has taken the
noumenon in its submission aspect.
Ramanuja said: "Man is a ray or spark of
established his Visishtadvaita philosophy.
Ramanuja has taken
the noumenon in its
Sankara said: "Man is identical with
and established his
Kevala Advaita philosophy.
Sankara has taken
the noumenon in its
ponders objects of the senses,
there springs attraction; from
attraction grows desire, from
desire springs flames of fierce
passion, passion breeds
recklessness; then the memory,
betrayed, lets noble purpose
go and saps the mind, till
purpose, mind, and man are
If one ponders objects of the senses, not adoring and not
abhoring, making them serve the Eternal Soul, which rests serenely,
such a man comes to tranquillity; and out of that tranquillity shall rise the end
of and the healing of his worldly pains.
Seek refuge in the Eternal Soul,
find there Heaven.
Scorn those that claim virtue for being
walking the Thinspace casts aside aspirations, passing beyond
Allow the Eternal
Soul to cast aside the tangled oracles
which blindly guide.
the Peace of Contentment!
Hindu monists follow Advaita
philsosophy which sees each
and every power or force as aspects of One Supreme Being like a single beam of
light is separated into colors by a
One of the most prominent Hindu monists is the saint Ramakrishna
whose patron god was Devi, the
Mother of all living things.
Although Hinduism is very diverse, one thing that unites all Hindus is
the quest for enlightenment,
to free oneself
from the cycle of rebirth and the concept of Ahimsa, which means
Hindus believe that everything on the Earth is part of
Universal Spirit, and therefore
everything needs to be respected, preserved and protected.
Hinduism, specifically Smartism, consists of a holy trinity comprised of
Brahma (the Creator of worlds),
Vishnu (the Preserver of worlds) and
Shiva (the Destroyer of
In 1966 the Supreme Court of India defined the Hindu faith to
include these ideas; a spirit of
tolerance and willingness to understand and appreciate the other's point of
view based on the realization that
truth is many faceted and a
recognition of the fact that the means or ways to salvation are
The basic tenets of Hinduism highlight
three aspects of self-regulation with which to
groom the physical, rational and spiritual facets of your life.
Eight specific things an individual does to find
contentment:stand in awe
maintain pure and serene
avoid all acts that
will cause injury
life of self-control with respect
express only ideas of
permanently truthful values
practice straightforwardness in dealing with
of the surrounding environment
relationships of understanding,
Each chakra is an energy center that holds the Emotions
(Spirits) in the body.
The health of a chakra depends on the state of
When we shift the focus of our consciousness, we
transform the energy throughout the body becoming
consciousness of the
emotion held within the energy center of each chakra.
literally "wheels of spinning energy", has been used as a way to understand
human emotion and energy for over 4,000 years.
Within the human body
there are seven major chakra located within the body in front of the spinal
column, aligned vertically up and down the spine.
The lowest chakra, the
root chakra residing at the
base of the spine, controls issues of
the flesh's survival.
The second chakra, above the pubic bone, controls
The third chakra,
solar plexius, controls identity and interpersonal relationships.
fourth chakra is the heart
Three chakras below heart ... and three above.
chakras below the heart govern earthly aspects of being while the chakras above
the heart govern spiritual aspects of being.
Heart chakra is exactly in the
center, the Rainbow Bridge that connects
earthly aspect with the divine aspect.
The fifth chaka, the throat
chakra, controls thought forms, internal dialogues, verbal and non verbal
expression - communication in general.
sixth chakra, the third eye chakra
above and between the eyes, controls
vision, an ability to understand situations precisely
and the ability to understand an
individual's emotional state through empathy.
The seventh chakra,
the crown chakra, controls awareness,
integral consciousness and
allows a master to plumb subconscious depths
consciously leading to complete
empathy with a accurate
understanding of the noumenon -
a roar like that of a waterfall,
I felt a stream of liquid light
entering my brain through the spinal cord.
Entirely unprepared for
such a development,
completely taken by surprise; but regaining my
self-control, keeping my mind on
the point of concentration.
illumination grew brighter and brighter, the roaring louder, I experienced
a rocking sensation and then felt
myself slipping out of my body, entirely enveloped in
a halo of light.
It is impossible to describe
the experience accurately.
I felt the point of consciousness
that was myself growing wider surrounded by waves of light.
wider and wider, spreading outward while the body, normally the immediate
object of its perception, appeared to have receded into the distance until I
became entirely unconscious
I was now all consciousness without any outline,
without any idea of corporeal
appendage, without any feeling or sensation
coming from the senses, immersed in a sea of light
simultaneously conscious and aware at
every point, spread out, as it were, in all directions without any barrier or
I was no longer myself, or to be more accurate, no
longer as I knew myself to be, a small point of
awareness confined to a body, but instead
was a vast circle of consciousness in which
the body was but a point,
bathed in light and in a state of
exultation and happiness impossible to describe." - Gopi Krishna,
Kundalini: Path to Higher Consciousness
Kundalini gurus help initiates release "the serpent power" to balance the "root
which resides at the base of the spine.
The release of "the serpent power" through an
awakening process involves
physical manifestations as a consequence of the "awakening of an individual's
The awakening brings up memories of
past trauma releasing a powerful
energy source lying dormant in the form of a coiled
serpent at the base of the spine.
When freed and properly channeled "the serpent power" reputedly has the
capacity to effect great physical healing.
Initiates undergoing a
Kundalini awakening process
often find it difficult to control their behavior; during power rushes of
Kundalini energy, initiates often
emit various involuntary sounds, and
their bodies move in strange and
Among the most common physical manifestations
- unmotivated and unnatural
laughter or crying, talking in unknown
indecipherable tongues and making a variety of
animal sounds and movements.
Western clinical psychologists
might define these strange physical manifestations as a release of pent up
tension or repressed sexual
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