Buddhi Re: The Coming Teacher?
Mar 04, 2008 08:43 AM
by Konstantin Zaitzev
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "christinaleestemaker"
> Where she in SD1 page 549/550 caduceus (root Asvattha) explained
> evolution from spirit into matter and reinvolution from matter
> into spirit, page 551.All the same.
I've read it, yet it is very far from saying that kundalini is a
COMBINATION of positive & negetive enegries in sushumna.
But HPB writes in SD about kundalini:
"KUNDALINI SAKTI. The power or Force which moves in a curved path. It
is the Universal life-Principle manifesting everywhere in nature".
So it's not a combination but a higher priciple which has two aspects.
Moreover, in p. 515 she uses Sushumna as a name of one of the rays:
"Such states can be perceived by the SEER or the Adept during the
hours of trance, under the Sushumna ray ? the first of the Seven
Mystic rays of the Sun.*
* The names of the Seven Rays ? which are, Sushumna, Harikesa,
Viswakarman, Viswatryarchas, Sannaddha, Sarvavasu and Swaraj -- are
all mystical, and each has its distinct application in a distinct
state of consciousness, for occult purposes"
In comments to Voice of Silence she gaves the following definition:
"24. 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 (which is generally, when regarded only
as the vehicle, or casket of the Supreme Spirit ATMA). It is an
electro-spiritual force, a creative power which when aroused into
action can as easily kill as it can create."
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