Kundalini and Buddhi
Jul 26, 2007 04:51 PM
by Pablo Sender
In a note in the book The Voice of the Silence (Fragment 1, v. 38), HPB
"The 'Power' and the 'World-Mother' are names given to Kundalini -- one
of the mystic 'Yogi powers.' It is Buddhi considered as an active
instead of a passive principle".
I cannot understand that correlation. HPB seems here to imply that the
awakening of Kundalini is the result of Buddhi acting as an active
principle. Since Kundalini may be awakened through breathing exercises,
the manipulation of sexual energy and so on, does it imply that the
spiritual intuition (Buddhi) may be awakened through those "external"
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