In the system of spiritual practice, the perfection of the body and mastery of the mind are not goals in themselves, but only means to a higher goal of the realization of the true Self. Levitation, is never taught as a goal in itself but a partial means toward Self-liberation and Self-realization.

The aging process is promoted by the downward moving energy apana that is connected with the force of gravity. Gravity and time literally pull us down in life.

Apana Vayu, the downward moving breath – located the lowers centers in the physial body and relates to earth in the subtle body. Its mental functions corresponds to Ego. Udana – the life-current that moves upwards from the body to the crown of the head, a regular channel of communication between the physical life and the greater life of the spirit. Udana is obviously connected with the gravitational pull of the earth on the body and by controlling this particular Prana. Apana is the opposite to Udana and creates the downward gravity pull and represents the down-breathing – Apana is that vital force which falls down-ward. The udana is the out-breating – Udana is the ascending vital force which moving up-wards

The power to move from the three dimensional world to the fifth dimensional world lies in one´s subconscious mind, and the only way to raisen from a lower state of Consciousness to a Higher level of Consciousness is to loosen the bands of the gravitational pull and its affect through Conscious re-programming the gravitional pull, and this change is done through a meditationaly “descending” one´s Conscious into the depths of the subconsciouness, and this will slowly raise awareness and release energy, and at same time slowly raise and change the low vibrational frequency, and one starts slowly ascending and awareness (Light) is expanding. This is the process of change from a limited belief system downward gravitation to a unlimited upward levitation. Man’s mind is not limited by his physical body, although he usually thinks it is. But it is the intellect and the ego that bind him there. By practicing samyama on those thoughts that are beyond worldly imagination, the yogi connects with the Univesal Mind, and his own mind is not bound by time, space or causation. All ignorance disappears.

Gravity holds the key of limitations.

Think about the law of gravity. We grow up discovering how to compensate for it as we learn to live within the limitations it allows us. All our acts and movements are done to compensate for it, so much so that we don’t give it a second thought. We take gravity for granted, and becomes second nature to us. When we are up on a high elevation, we find something to hold onto for we are well aware what gravity is capable of doing to us. In a sense, our mind has its own “gravity” — our subconscious mind. Our conscious thoughts, all thirty thousand of them, have to compensate for this “gravitational” pull of our subconscious mind and what it is telling us. We gravitate to our subconscious-sponsored thought unconsciously. In other words, if there is a clash of thoughts between the conscious and the subconscious, the subconscious will win every time. If the subconsciousness represents it´s own downwards gravitational pull, so could the Superconsiousness represents the upward raising movement of “Levitation”.

The highest knowledge, born of discrimination, transcends all; it perceives all simultaneously in time and space, and transcends all, even the World Process. When discrimination is perfected, the yogi transcends time, space, and causation. There are no barriers for him. All of eternity and infinity are available to him. This is why he is said to be Divine-Realized.

Udana is one of the types of prana, which is concerned with the pull of gravity. This power is available to the yogis in the last phases of their earthly lives before merging with the Self.

Udana, the levitation, and pull of gravity merge the Self with the Divine, so the psychological or spiritual formula means change of the subconsciousness (downwards negative forces gravitational pull) to consciously (upwards positive forces) and levitation (ascending) Consciousness to a Higher State if Consciousness.

I.K. Taimni interprets this as meaning that Udana is obviously connected with gravitational pull of the earth on the body, and by controlling this particular prana it is possible to neutralise this pull.

If the personal subconsciousness state of mind and gravitational pull can be changed (neutralized), so can the 2 dna strand be changed when the subconsciously (thought pattern) is re-progammed to the quantum full potential of 12 dna strand (Original Blueprint of Light). From a spiritial viewpoint it seems this gravitational pull can be changed by raising the low vibrational frequencies to a higher frequency of Awareness and Consciousness.

The law of resonance states that when two or more energies are vibrating at different rates of speed that the lower frequency will be raised, the higher frequency will be lowered, and the two will meet in the middle, until they are vibrating at the same rate.

The five Vayus of the inner body are Prana, Apana, Samana, Udana, and Vyana. These Vayus have specific esoteric functions, in addition to their physical activities, and one of them, the Udana, is specifically involved in levitation. The Udana is situated physically in the throat, and is involved physically in swallowing and in the movements of chyle through the digestive system. It is also involved in putting you to sleep. According to Vachaspati, Udana manifests from the forepart of the nose to the top of the head, thereby serving as an astral connecting link between the three highest chakras in the human system: the Visuddhi in the throat, the Ajna between the eyebrows, and the Sahasrara at the top of the head. Alice Bailey says that the Udana ‘has a special relationship to the brain, the nose, and the eyes, and, when properly controlled, produces the coordination of the vital airs and their correct handling. The word Udana derives from the Sanskrit root ut, which means `to carry upward.’ It is this quality of carrying upward that makes the Udana valuable in levitation.

‘By Sanyama on the Solar Plexus comes knowledge of the system of the body.’

There are various benefits to be derived from concentration on the Solar Plexus, but the specific benefit mentioned here is knowledge of the system of nadis. The nadis are psychic nerve channels, as it were, through which astral or pranic energy is carried throughout the body. There are seventy-two thousand important nadis in the body according to the yogic system, and all of them originate in the Solar Plexus. Thus the Solar Plexus becomes a storehouse of pranic energy. This energy radiates from the Solar Plexus to all parts of the body, just as, in the universe, pranic energy radiates from the Sun to all parts of the universe; thus the centre gets its name. By Sanyama on the Solar Plexus, the yogi intuitively knows, and eventually ‘sees,’ the system of nadis in the body.

There is a metaphor that can be used to describe the journey from nonabiding to abiding awakening: that of a rocket ship. A rocket ship takes a tremendous amount of thrust and a tremendous amount of energy both to get off the ground and then to break the gravitational field as it travels through the sky and ultimately into space.

If there is enough fuel in the rocket and it gets far enough away from the Earth, it can eventually get beyond the gravitational field of the planet. Once the rocket is beyond the gravitational field of the Earth, the Earth no longer has the power to pull it back down.

As a metaphor, we can think of the egoic structure, or the dream state, as the Earth. The dream state has a gravitational force; it has the tendency to pull consciousness into itself. This gravitational force is really what one is dealing with throughout the entirety of the spiritual journey. Awakening is breaking free of this gravitational force. Initially, it may simply be leaving the dream state, awakening from the dream state of “me” and separation and isolation. But because we’ve awakened does not mean that consciousness has gotten past the gravitational pull of the dream state. If we haven’t gone completely beyond this gravitational field, we’re going to be pulled back toward the experience of “me” and the perception of separateness.

Using the metaphor of the rocket ship is a way of thinking about the process of awakening. The dissolution of the ego takes time. While the moment of awakening is a process that unfolds thereafter – the process of getting beyond the gravitional force of the dream state. This process, this greater individualization can override and shed one´s ego, and become a kind of superself that has the ability extend the individual consciousness beyond the constraints, into a form of communication with the Divine Consciousness or Universal Consciousness.

The subconscious will spare no tactic to protect one from any discomfort, and it will invoke some amazingly creative ways and go to extreme lengths to keep one in your comfort zone.

It is important to understand that the comfort zone is like a magnet … a gravitational force that doesn’t allow one to stray far away from one´s comfort zone without conscious and powerful effort. Like the rocket that needs a sustained powerful force to blast through the earth’s gravitational pull, a person must forcefully push against his or her usual thoughts and behavior and sustain that effort to break through his or her personal gravitational pull. But … AND HERE IS THE KEY … every person must do his or her own “pushing” to sustain achievements. This is exactly why it is so critical that every key person (actually every person in the organization if fiscally feasible) have their own personal customized strategic plan. The customized personal strategic plan is the blueprint for exactly how, given their personal strengths and weaknesses, a specific individual can break through their personal gravitational pull and make needed changes while achieving critical objectives that support the organization’s master strategic plan.

The bottom line is that conscious and unconscious efforts to resist change will undermine and sabotage the greatest of plans if proper attention is not given to supporting the change process from the very start.

The power to move from the three dimensional world to the fifth dimensional world lies in one´s subconscious mind.

The magical power of our subconscious mind is the greatest discovery of mankind. It has the power to overcome the constraints of time and space, as such, one´s subconscious mind posses all the information, wisdom and resources you need to know and have for survival and success. One do not need to attain this power by purchasing any equipment, software or perform any rituals. One do not need to learn this skill as it is always within. One just need to learn to unleash and use it effectively. When one know the correct way of doing so, one can benefit from it for the rest of one´s life.

The word Udana derives from the Sanskrit root ut, which means `to carry upward.’ It is this quality of carrying upward that makes the Udana valuable in levitation.

The Acharya or the teacher further explains in Prashnopnishad that the earth has Apana Shakti. The breath called Prana goes up, Apana pulls it down. So the force that pulls something downward is Apana. The deity of the earth inspires the human body with Apana. Shankaracharya explains in his commentary on Upanishads that just as an object thrown up is attracted by the earth, so Prana that goes up is pulled down by Apana.This means that our Upanisads contain a reference to the law of gravitation. “This proves that Gravitation was known to the Hindus before the birth of Newton discovery. Both these records show that the ancient Indians had knowledge of the gravitational force of the Earth on the body. NasadTya Sukta shows indirectly that the Vedic sages had some idea of the Gravitational Force. Prasna Upanisad tells elaborately about the gravitation. The gravitational force of the Earth was known to the Indians 7000 years earlier than Newton, who is credited with the discovery of the gravitational force.

Gravitation – The Apana

Levitation – The Uduna

The udana impulse, therefore, rises atom by atom, ie by relays, to the cortex of the brain and transmits to the vagal centres

The anahata (vibrationless) fourth chakra or the cardiac plexus is in region of the heart, and is the home of prana.

The nerve current Udana (fifth chakra) governs the upper Chakras. It also governs the function of the lungs, the function of breathing and the flow of Prana.

Udana is obviously connected with the gravitational pull of the earth on the body and by controlling this particular Prana.

The apana is the down-breathing – Apana is that vital force which falls down-ward
The udana is the out-breating – Udana is the ascending vital force which moving up-wards
The deity that exist on earth

The psychic body has no weight, and, therefore, gravitational forces cannot work on it.
The wise spiritual practitioner attains the skills of merging with the Self, which is all present. He learns to operate outside the physical body. His vehicle is a Self created field of living, intelligent, self, sustaining, formless energy. The physical body is little more an organized cloud of atoms and molecules, held together by a magnetic field. By neutralizing, he attains shapeless immortality (longvity). The nerve current Udana governs the upper Chakras. It also governs the function of the lungs, the function of breathing and the flow of Prana.

Rejuvenation is developed through promoting the positive energy of udana vayu, the form of prana that moves upward, which counters gravity and allows our spirit and mind to ascend, which is opposite apana vayu in nature. Developing the positive energy of udana, which is our own higher spiritual evolution, cannot be done mechanically, and is not simply a matter of promoting udana vayu in the ordinary sense, which is merely being active in our speech and sensory activity. This higher form of udana vayu requires spiritual aspiration, aligning ourselves with the ascending energy of consciousness, not merely the personal effort to achieve.

Udana is obviously connected with the gravitational pull of the earth on the body and by controlling this particular Prana it is possible to neutralize this pull.

In the dormant state of Kundalini, spiritual consciousness remains unmanifested and all of the creative principles are active. When Kundalini is aroused by Yoga aspirants, spiritual power and spiritual consciousness replace worldly consciousness and sense consciousness. Kundalini remains coiled as long as one’s individual consciousness does not realize that there is a higher purpose in life and that there is another state of consciousness beyond the normal waking, sleeping, and dreaming states. That state may be glimpsed whenever one’s desires for sensual enjoyments are fulfilled, whenever one finds no attraction in the phenomenal world, and one experiences a state of nonattachment, of introversion. The systematic withdrawal from indulgence opens doors to the inner world, and one experiences a light that leads towards the union that overcomes the duality of matter and mind.

The force that channels energy through the Sushumna in the spinal column comes from the fusion of the negative ions of prana with the positive ions of apana.
At the 7th crown chakra; a fusion between the negative and positive ions of prana and apana takes place, resulting in a great illumination. The ignorance of the mind, the primary cause of duality, is destroyed. One who experiences this state attains nondual consciousness and becomes enlightened. According to Hindu scriptures, the true yogi—one who has achieved enlightenment—crosses the ocean of birth, disease, old age, and death.

The evolution of consciousness is a gradual process and one has to spend many lifetimes in preparation. Achieving freedom from the desires for objects of the phenomenal world, which comes through non-attachment, takes time. The whole process of spiritual growth is made possible by prana and its carriers, the Nadis.

The Nadis

The word Nadi comes from the Sanskrit root nad meaning “movement.” In the Rigveda, the most ancient Hindu scripture, the word nadi is used to mean “stream.” The concept of Nadis is based on the understanding that they are channels; any channel through which anything flows is a Nadi.

There are 72,000 nadis (astral nerves) in the human body.

The anahata (vibrationless) fourth chakra or the cardiac plexus is in region of the heart, and is the home of prana. In third chapter of Prashna Upnishad defines what Vyana is? It is the Atma – the heart where the ultimate spirit resides. There are hundred and one Nadis emerging out of it, out of each one of Nadis we get hundred more and from each of them is 72 thousends. These are the nervous system of Homo Sapiens.

The law of resonance states that when two or more energies are vibrating at different rates of speed that the lower frequency will be raised, the higher frequency will be lowered, and the two will meet in the middle, until they are vibrating at the same rate. The middle is the entrance to the Zero Point Field (Stillness is empty) of Universe, it is the The Magnetic Resonance Key to the Fifth dimensions of Heaven. The keys that is mention in Scriptures is not physical keys, but these are Magnetic Resonance Keys, and these is what´s opens the doors to higher dimensions. Its not a physical key that opens the doors to new non-physical dimensions, it is the keys of Magnetic Resonance that opens the spiritual doors.

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