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Re: Does Kundalini awaken Buddhi

Aug 07, 2007 12:26 PM
by Konstantin Zaitzev

--- In, "Henry B. Ellak**" wrote:

>> you can awaken it--Kundalini -- by the known
>> exercises, but it won't activate Buddhi.

Moreover, it's two aspects of one.
Blavatsky wrote: «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». (Endnotes to 
"The Voice of silence".
Hence the danger of premature awakening of kundalini. If buddhic 
principle is still undeveloped, man has no means to control kundalini 
because manas is lower than busshi and cannot control it.
And it is a gross error to confound kundalini and sexual energy. So 
first the buddhi should be developed through compassion, meditation 
and excercize of intuition and only then excercizes for awakening 
kundalini can be practiced.

Nevertheless the principle of acting by lower to higher works, for 
example in the breathing practices where control on breath (air) 
brings control over mind, through sympathetic vibrations of respective 
plane and subplane of physical, as our 7 planes are just supblanes of 
the kosmic physical plane. But it's not the case with kundalini and 
buddhi, as we control none of them from the very start.

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