Re: Theos-World Re: Kundalini and Buddhi
Aug 02, 2007 03:06 AM
by Cass Silva
I think the cure is worse than the disease!!! Apparently Heart Disease attacks 1 out of 2 women in the States (according to Oprah) and has risen incredibly in Australia. I think it has more to do with the trans fats in our food which causes the production of bad cholesteral. My cholesteral wasn't too bad really, my bad cholesteral was 4.5 and my good above average.
It's amazing what the medical profession can do and I have much to thank them for. Just in case this helps anyone else. I was fluffing the Doona and after about the sixth time I noticed that I was getting a stitch like pain in my chest. I sat down, as I thought that I had overdone it and would need to cut down on the ciggies. After five minutes the pain in my chest didn't subside so I laid on the bed, I then began to feel very hot and nauteous and decided that better to be safe than sorry so I rang the Ambulance. They were here within 8 minutes and within 30 minutes I was in a Mica ambulance on the way to Hospital. One hour after arriving at hospital I had two stents placed in my right artery which was 90 percent closed. Thankfully my pain was not pleasant but nothing near as bad as I had imagined heart attack pain would be. So don't wait if it happens to any of you. They tell me that because I got medical assistance within 15 minutes no major damage was done to
my heart muscle. I am now on quite a regime of tablets to keep the blood thinned, lower cholesteral, anti clotting agents, etc etc and don't want to risk a stroke as a result of high blood pressure caused by cigarettes.
nhcareyta <email@example.com> wrote:
What a shock!
Best wishes with your battle with the dreaded weed. Often the trouble
is we don't think it to be so dreadful until hit with something
serious. And even then we don't really want to give it up.
Loving thoughts and all strength to you.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Cass Silva <silva_cass@...> wrote:
> Hello again Christina,
> I am picturing you in your spot in the garden under the grapes "a
good to be alive moment". I had a heart attack 5 weeks ago and it
makes you appreciate that those moments are priceless. I am well
now, and attempting to quit smoking which is one of the hardest
things I have ever experienced.
> Be well
> Warm regards
> christinaleestemaker <christinaleestemaker@...> wrote:
> -Hallo Cass,
> Thanks for your attention.
> Yes since I have a laptop
> I am sitting to work in my garden
> don't laugh, under the grapes
> they are still growing blue now
> It is late in the year for it has raining a lot here
> Like the moessons in the very far East.
> So I can enjoy outside prana and don't need to sit in the house.
> That is why I have more time to follow and where I can help I will
> I know you also do
> You showed Us a lot of nice things.
> Especially the Joke of the Perrot of Christmas
> I never forget that
> , LOL
> See you
> -- In email@example.com, Cass Silva <silva_cass@> wrote:
> > Hello Christina,
> > Long time since we last talked, hope you are keeping well. Thanks
> for clearing up this matter
> > Warm regards
> > Cass
> > christinaleestemaker <christinaleestemaker@> wrote:
> > -Hi Cass,
> > I put it on this place for showing there are a lot of researched
> > posibilities.
> > But I think that way of trance, which I have seen by myself with
> > people is not a permanent kundalini awakening.
> > That persons have same like with drugs.
> > Also hallucinations are of lower consciousness.
> > But the research of Saraswati gives some ways of people from
> > Africa which reached the state of universal phenomenon(kundalini)
> > which they saw all over and within others minds and also could
> > through fire, without they burned their legs.
> > Whatever it is, I think not directly a negative way.
> > We all know if we push for long time our legs to our behind, we
> > can wake a certain energy.
> > Same with clairvoyance but they are of temperory kind
> > It is not so easy , but more and more we can measure.
> > I think the buddhic state works through the pineal gland and visa
> > versa through our nervous system.
> > The more we purify the body, mind and spirit, the more higher
> > are to be reached in which we develope the pineal gland.
> > And all have to do with harmony, equilibrium or balancing the
> > system.
> > Christina
> > -- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Cass Silva <silva_cass@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Hello Christina,
> > > I am no expert but trance states are not necessarily buddhic in
> > nature. Trance states I imagine spring from the sub-conscious
> > is part of the conscious apparatus and as such can never be
> > What I find interesting is that psychophrenics are always visited
> > by negative and not positive forces.
> > >
> > > Warm regards
> > > Cass
> > >
> > > christinaleestemaker <christinaleestemaker@> wrote:
> > > In Nothh West Botswana, Africa , the I Kung people of the
> > Kalahari
> > > desert dance for many hours to heat up n/um so that !kia state
> > > obtained. This state of transcendence resembles that in many
> > > texts on kundalini in which states of consciousness beyond the
> > > ordinary and participation in eternity are discribed.
> > > Judith Cooper writes about the !Kung.
> > > I think there are individual and different ways in experiencing
> > > Kundalini.The results of it are not lying and you are right
that it is
> > > a starting buddhic level a beginning in seeing all and healing
> > > from the intuitive level Buddhi.
> > > Christina
> > >
> > > --- In email@example.com, "Pablo Sender" <pasender@>
> > > >
> > > > But this is exactly what I feel will happen with that
> > > > HPB (kundalini = active Buddhi) if we don't have a solid
> > > > answer for it. Anybody may say "I'm working to awaken Buddhi".
> > > > I don't think the Spiritual Insight and Wisdom (Buddhi) may
> > > > awakened by whatever exercise of breathing or sex. There is no
> > > > effect relationship in that. What has Wisdom to do with those
> > > > exercises?
> > > > Because of that I wouldn't even say there are different
> > > > Kundalini (besides the fact that I never read it) because
> someone may
> > > > say: "Yes, these exercises are to awaken Kundalini in the
> > > > Paramahakosmic level" (you know how the New Agers are).
> > > > I think we have several hints in the theosophical literature
> > > > as an answer what I wrote in a previous message: Kudalini is
> > > > lower aspect of Fohat, its awakening has to do with the
> > > > (not the spiritual), you can awaken it by the known exercises,
> but it
> > > > won't activate Buddhi. According to Occultism, we cannot
> > > > higher through the lower (is everybody aware of that
> > > > give HPB's references, when she talks about the Tattvas).
> > > > awakening Buddhi, the person will be able to awaken
> > > > although the Occultist method is through meditation, and not
> > > > breathing or sex exercises.
> > > > p
> > > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > ---------------------------------
> > > Park yourself in front of a world of choices in alternative
> > > Visit the Yahoo! Auto Green Center.
> > >
> > > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> > >
> > ---------------------------------
> > Moody friends. Drama queens. Your life? Nope! - their life, your
> > Play Sims Stories at Yahoo! Games.
> > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> Choose the right car based on your needs. Check out Yahoo! Autos
new Car Finder tool.
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
Park yourself in front of a world of choices in alternative vehicles.
Visit the Yahoo! Auto Green Center.
[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
[Back to Top]
Dedicated to the Theosophical Philosophy and its Practical Application