Buddhi Re: The Coming Teacher?
Mar 04, 2008 04:38 PM
It is totally right that it can kills as that it can create.
All is positive and negative in life, otherwise there is no movement
at all.And life is eternal move, on any level.The curved path have +
and -.Otherwise there would not be a path.The higher combination is
only possible in two aspects with another third.
That third is the atom from the higher level.
All are triangles or squares in this sacret geometry.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Konstantin
Zaitzev" <kay_ziatz@...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, "christinaleestemaker"
> <christinaleestemaker@> wrote:
> > 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.
> is the Universal life-Principle manifesting everywhere in nature".
> (v.1, 293)
> So it's not a combination but a higher priciple which has two
> 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
> one of the mystic "Yogi powers". It is Buddhi considered as an
> instead of a passive principle (which is generally, when regarded
> 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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