Becoming a part of the supreme consciousness endows certain siddhis of super human powers on you. Becoming a part of super consciousness is the penultimate. A hundred and one are the nerves of the heart.’ Of them one goes out piercing the crown of the head. Going upward through that one attains to immortality.
The Fire of kundalini, (the inner fire of matter), is aroused as a final step in man’s spiritual development. There is much misapprehension about the raising of kundalini, but let us assure you, it is most difficult to raise. Only when it progresses geometrically up all three spinal tracts, ida, pingala, and sushumna, with simultaneous action and uniform vibration, is true kundalini fire aroused, and it can only be done by the Higher Self. Then, when all three fires merge and blend in man’s highest chakras, will he emerge as a perfected Being, and the powers latent within him will be full expressed. In this way, man is slowly changed by solar fire through the long process of earthly evolution and persistent rebirth. But man can be changed rapidly by the Divine Alchemy of meditation, a process whereby Solar Fire is consciously brought to bear on the personality and on the mental, emotional, and physical bodies of which it is composed. Man is prepared for entry into the Fifth Kingdom and moves from mortality to immortality, from transience to permanence.
Science recognizes “survival of the fittest” and “natural selection” as the operative mechanisms behind evolution. But is there not another mechanism working at a higher level, one Gopi Krishna called the evolutionary impulse? Not perceptible by everyone at this time, this mechanism drives certain beings toward super-consciousness, allowing them to recognize and access energy fields beyond the confines of the circumscribed physical universe, beyond the five senses. Those who do experience it say this super-consciousness manifests itself as vibrational energy. If so, could it become perceivable at some future time by all humans as a result of a rapid surge in the quality of human evolution? A revised layer at the top of Maslow’s pyramid dedicated to higher consciousness? In other words, could all human beings eventually become conscious of consciousness at each and every moment of their lives?
Within each of us lies the potential to activate a personal connection to the super conscious. Called “Ureaus” in ancient Egyptian texts and “Kundalini” in ancient Hindu yoga traditions, our innate serpent power of spiritual transcendence inhabits the base of the spine in its dormant state. When awakened, it unfurls along the spinal column to the brain, connecting individual consciousness to the consciousness of the universe enfolded within the dark matter of space. At the root of creativity and spiritual genius across innumerable cultures and civilizations, this intelligent force reveals portals that enfold time, space, and the luminous matrix of reality itself.
” By embracing the dark light of the shining serpent within, we overcome our collective fear of the vast living darkness without. By embracing the dark, we transcend reality to the dimension of light.”
How to awaken the Ureaus–the serpent power of spiritual transcendence within each of us–and connect to the superconscious of the universe – Reveals the biochemistry of how the body’s melanin provides the template for the subtle energy.
Kundalini. It is an energy residing within the body. In the Eastern traditions it’s called Kundalini or the “coiled snake,” which rests in the lowest part of the spine. The Sikhs call it the “Tenth Gate,” after the energy rises, and opens on the top of the head, the crown. Every living human being has this mechanism, this sleeping energy, that can be awakened; it arises either spontaneously, or by serious devotional habits, meditation, and specific yogic practices including pranayama. (Specific ways of breathing) Although this wisdom is thousands of years old,
Spirituality, or more precisely, super consciousness, is not something to be pushed away lightly. The “Tenth Gate” energy awakened is just the beginning for humanity to reach different levels of awareness. Why otherwise would this energy be inside of everyone? Once it is activated, a major energetic shift occurs. The mind undertakes a reflective journey of awakening. The whole system undergoes a tremendous physical and energetic change, causing life-altering transformations.
Sometimes called the “Thousand Petalled Lotus,” the seventh center of consciousness is at the top of the skull. It is also referred to as the “Gate of Salvation,” “Tenth Gate,” or “Crown Chakra.” When a person raises and experiences the kundalini energy at the seventh chakra, he or she merges into a state of bliss (anand) that has been described as “indescribable.”
A hundred and one are the nerves of the heart.’ Of them one goes out piercing the crown of the head. Going upward through that one attains to immortality. The others that branch out in various other directions lead one to death.
A hundred and one nerves branch out of man’s heart. The hundredth and one is called susumpif which goes out piercing the crown of the head. Through that nerve should man, at the time of death, control his mind and concentrate it in the heart. For he who goes up by that nerve will attain immortality through the door-way of the sun [the northern course]. But the immortality he will attain will only be relative immortality as described in the smrti text: ‘The place that lasts until the dissolution of the entire creation is called immortality.’
Incineration is the residue which remains in sub-consciousness after the process of Putrefaction has burned to ashes the dross and refuse of the old ways of thinking. It is important to note that this process cannot be accomplished by the alchemist himself, but must be applied by a higher power, as latent tendencies that need to be purged do remain because the self-conscious cannot penetrate the depths of the sub-conscious. The alchemist comes to know that every circumstance of his life is God dealing with his soul through the process called the “refiner’s fire”, where the Intelligence of Probation or Trial under fire renders him pure gold. The generative activity in the field, womb, or matrix of sub-consciousness brings forth the finest silver and gold. Alchemical Incineration is then the process in which the secrets of the work of nature, which allow the eyes of the alchemist to see firmly, establishes knowledge in the consciousness of the alchemistm
The sages conclude that the world of appearances is not in itself one of deception, but that the tendency to take things at face value is the cause of delusion. In spite of this, however, the world around us provides intrigue, suspense, wonder, curiosity, excitement, puzzlement, and mystery, which for the normally constituted mind, it is what goads humanity on toward growth and development. This need for discovery provides the scientist with the incentive to uncover that which is not evident to the average individual. While the unknown strikes terror and fear to the untrained eye and the undisciplined mind in every generation, there are a few persons who are prodded by the need to investigate what would be frightening to others. It is for this reason that the ancients say, “what we fear is what instructs us and sets our feet on the path toward liberation”;
Man’s dependable realities, which are all he knows, sees, feels, stands, builds, and relies upon as true, real, and everlasting, are a function of what Man has come to know as solid, due to a temperature or point above which keeps ice solid. Alchemical Congelation is the process, which reduces all solid bodies in man’s experience into their elemental “water”, or alchemical solution. Meditation, which is representative of this stage of transformation and is a cosmic process, describes this reduction process, which enables one who is proficient in it to change the consciousness of any solid into direct metaphysical awareness of that solid’s essential spiritual substance, which is the First matter or Alchemical Water — the essential nature of all things in creation. In truth,
Man does not meditate, but in meditation, he is swept into a stream of cosmic, electric, and magnetic currents of the head and the heart in which the veil of secrecy, concerning the inner nature of any thing concentrated upon, is revealed by Isis herself. The ability to transform any object is the ability to mold or build a matrix of that object with mental imagery, and to see the true fluidic substances of the forms perceived by his physical senses; this fluidic substance can then be “cooled” until it becomes an actual physical object in the alchemist’s environment.
Through this process of Meditation, which is a psychological process, the influence of the pairs of opposites can be overcome, since during meditation one becomes aware that every single thing is not only related to all other things, but that every single thing is composed of the same substance from which all other forms are built.
Meditation opens up the inner sensorium to reveal the reality of this fact, and the inner nature of all things, by lifting the reservoirs of energy stored in sub-consciousness up to the surface – a reference to the Woman and Water — and into the field of conscious awareness.
Now, Kundakibi continues to touch her mouth at the gate of Brahmarandhra through the straight route. At the same time, prciva also keeps halting at the Brahmarandhra. Priitja-vciyu cannot open the gate of Brahmarandhra because its structure is not the same as that of other chakras. The structure of the Brahmarandhra gate is like a special kind of layer and this layer is thin but very hard. That is why pram cannot open this gate. When the sadhaka is in a meditative state, at that time Kwxlalint pushes at the Brahmarandhra gate with its mouth. The fiercer the Kumlalini is, the harder it will push upon the Brahmarandhra gate. The sadhaka feels as if a hot bodkin is piercing the gate of Brahmarandhra; it is, in fact, Kundalini itself. In this state, external kumbhaka happens to the sadhaka a lot and this kumbhaka is very long. Sometimes the external kumbhaka becomes so long that the sadhaka starts feeling uneasiness. It seems that the breath will not come back, but then the breath comes in and then the internal kumbhaka happens to the sadhaka. This kumbhaka occurs so strongly that the sadhaka cannot breathe out. Just these external and internal kumbakas keep exerting. In this state, the sadhaka has to suffer a lot. This action is done by the Kundalini itself. This action brings fierceness in the Kwx/a/ini and it strikes the gate of Brahmarandhra forcefully.
When Kundalini tries to open the Brahmarandhra gate, at the same time the roaring of clouds is heard. It appears that there is a terrifying roaring of clouds happening in the sky, just as the roaring occurs in the rainy season. This type of roaring is also called as Meghncida. This roaring is the tenth nada amongst the ten nadas. Such a roaring is heard due to the friction of Ticlyu-Tattva in Akaaha-Tattva. This action is done by the Kw/a/int. This state is the last boundary of tannic-liras. The stage of a scidhaka comes under ahamkara after the opening of the Brahmarandhra gate. That is why, while opening the gate of Brahmarandhra, a terrifying roaring is heard, then the sadhaka gets the vision of vritti of scittvika ahamlaira in different forms. These vrittis are extremely powerful, that is why a light like millions of suns is visible to the practitioner on the opening of
Brahmarandhra gate. For this reason, a fireball or a ball like a rising Sun is visible to a scidhaka before opening up of Brahmarandhra.
The sadhakas whose Kunclalini is very fierce, they bow forward during meditation in this state. Their head starts to touch the floor because the Kwjaa/ini has so much momentum that the body of the sddhaka bends forward and the forehead puts pressure on the floor. The region of Affilddhara begins to rise upwards. All this action takes place due to Kumialini. Seekers! My Kutiaalini was very fierce, so I have much information about the fierce nature of Kumlalint Among the other sadhakas I have guided, the Kundalini of some sadhakas has become stabile after completing its full journey. Now I write a few words about Kundalini with a moderate and calm nature. Those sadhakas whose Kundalini comes under moderate category fall backward at the time of opening up of Brahmarandhra or bend backward. The sadhakas whose Kuncialini is of calm nature remains sitting straight silently, but their Brahmarandhra takes a lot of time to open.