Re: Theos-World Kundalini and Buddhi
Aug 01, 2007 05:12 AM
"Yoke " is the universal Self
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Anton Rozman" <anton_rozman@...>
> "What has sexual or breathing exercises to do with the spiritual
> awakening? To me, it would be a universal joke if after all the soul
> could be liberated in such an artificial way."
> "When all the motions of the body have become perfectly rythmical the
> body has, as it were, become a gigantic battery of will."
> Those who practice prolonged aerobic activity know that during this
> activity body automatically tends to acquire the most rational
> consumption of energy and that this tendency expresses itself in the
> attunement of all bodily functions with the rhythmical breathing.
> This actually means that it tends to acquire its most natural way of
> functioning which we have distorted or artificialized with our
> unnatural way of living.
> What is actually breathing? What are its higher aspects? What or who
> controls it?
> The Secret Doctrine - "The Beginnings of Sentient Life" - says that
> it is the breath of Lha (Spirit) which gives Life to the Seven -
> Dragons of Wisdom.
> Therefore, in my view, breathing is expression of our inner
> Intelligence in our sentient life. We can attune ourselves (or
> better our bodies) with this Intelligence if we acquire a natural,
> rhythmic, circular way of breathing (without any special exercises),
> when inhale and exhale become uniform movement. If we can achieve
> this movement without interference (or with exclusion) of mind then
> we can enter in the state of Ever-becoming - "eternal, ceaseless
> Motion" - in which the creative powers of our Intelligence can
> express themselves. With the will of our Intelligence we can for the
> time being experience, for instance, respectfulness - not just
> feeling it but actually becoming respectfulness.
> As regard to the sex, there are, in my opinion, no better words to
> express the position of sentient experience in our life as those in
> the M. Collins' book, Through the Gates of Gold:
> "The man who chooses the way of effort, and refuses to allow the
> sleep of indolence to dull his soul, finds in his pleasures a new and
> finer joy each time he tastes them, - a something subtle and remote
> which removes them more and more from the state in which mere
> sensuousness is all; this subtle essence is that elixir of life which
> makes man immortal. He who tastes it and who will not drink unless it
> is in the cup finds life enlarge and the world grow great before his
> eager eyes. He recognizes the soul within the woman he loves, and
> passion becomes peace; he sees within his thought the finer qualities
> of spiritual truth, which is beyond the action of our mental
> machinery, and then instead of entering on the treadmill of
> intellectualisms he rests on the broad back of the eagle of intuition
> and soars into the fine air where the great poets found their
> insight; he sees within his own power of sensation, of pleasure in
> fresh air and sunshine, in food and wine, in motion and rest, the
> possibilities of the subtle man, the thing which dies not either with
> the body or the brain. The pleasures of art, of music, of light and
> loveliness, - within these forms, which men repeat till they find
> only the forms, he sees the glory of the Gates of Gold, and passes
> through to find the new life beyond which intoxicates and
> strengthens, as the keen mountain air intoxicates and strengthens, by
> its very vigor. But if he has been pouring, drop by drop, more and
> more of the elixir of life into his cup, he is strong enough to
> breathe this intense air and to live upon it. Then if he die or if he
> live in physical form, alike he goes on and finds new and finer joys,
> more perfect and satisfying experiences, with every breath he draws
> in and gives out."
> Warmest regards,
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