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The journey of the kundalini energy to the crown of the head is called the journey of enlightenment. This journey takes place when this serpent wakes up and starts to split and dance around the spine, ionizing the spinal fluid and changing its molecular structure. This action causes the opening of the midbrain and the door to the subconscious mind. Whosoever opens the diamond eye chakra has one thousand petals. The man who causes the Kundalini to rise up to the head awakens the crown chakra. This chakra is the seventh seal of the Apocalypse. The man who causes the Kundalini to rise up to his head unites with his Innermost and becomes a magnificent and powerful God.

The journey of the kundalini energy to the crown of the head is called the journey of enlightenment. This journey takes place when this serpent wakes up and starts to split and dance around the spine, ionizing the spinal fluid and changing its molecular structure. This action causes the opening of the midbrain and the door to the subconscious mind. Whosoever opens the diamond eye chakra has one thousand petals. The man who causes the Kundalini to rise up to the head awakens the crown chakra. This chakra is the seventh seal of the Apocalypse. The man who causes the Kundalini to rise up to his head unites with his Innermost and becomes a magnificent and powerful God.

Achievement of Kundalini is an amazing and extremely profound ability and experience. When we finally come together as a global community and balance our atmosphere, we will break through the seventh seal and then Kundalini will take on a whole new meaning.

We also have a consciousness of the Soul. The Soul that descends into the physical body is called the “sub-conscious” or Evolving Soul and is in direct connection with Ashanata in contrast to all the other consciousnesses mentioned above. The aura is also part of the sub-consciousness of all living creatures.

The Evolving Soul is able to affect our thoughts, observations, sensations and actions. The Soul is the main object of evolution. This Soul can be observed by psychics as a radiant light when one feels capable of opening one’s heart to love for all creatures. It is the true consciousness of the self. It is possible, after many reincarnations that a creature exists outside the physical body, a creature radiating beauty. This is known as the “light” body.

This fine-matter body looks like the physical body but envelops it and even transcends one’s aura. This beautiful “light” body is like the Spirit during an out-of-body experience and is connected to the physical body with a thin cord.

The end of this cord is not always visible and lies far outside the spiritual aura. The Evolving Soul, in this form, is called the “Higher Me” and is the highest stage in evolution that can be attained. It only takes this form when the love of All-Energy and his Spirit has been shaped in one’s own life and all that surrounds it. The Evolving Soul is present in all conscious, living creatures, hiding behind the mental consciousness and under-developed at the beginning. Even fully developed, it is not often on the foreground. It expresses itself by its instruments of chakras and aura, even though they have limitations, being imperfect.

The Evolving Soul grows in consciousness with help of Light creatures and gains power when touched by each high vibration frequency.

The seven main chakras in our physical body correspond with the most important nerve centres. Opening up the chakras above the head makes humans aware of being an integral part of an everlasting evolution dating back to the beginning of time. Unfortunately, for many beings in the Universe, blocked chakras result in lack of certain evolutionary knowledge like love, joy and happiness. However, these may be opened up by means of several types of exercise. The purpose of these exercises is to bend negative information into positive.

By opening and activating these energy portals you can learn more about your inner self. If you manage to open all the chakras, you will find yourself being united with the all-penetrating Divine Power of Ashanata and, in that case, you will step outside your physical world. To be touched by and to be conscious of the Divine Power or Divine Light, seek quiet. In quietness, Ashanata can be found.

Only after you have silenced your inner thoughts may you ask Ashanata to let his Divine Light flow along the dimensions and star-gates to you, via your Guardian Angel. In this manner you will evolve to a multidimensional being and gain access to the distant memory of your self in time and space. Open chakras are like gates for energy and information to access your spiritual heritage. In this way you will understand your true being.

The Kundalini is just as much a phenomenon as the Evolving Soul and the Spirit. It participates in the consciousness system because it possesses intelligence derived from the Mother Womb. The design comes from Ashanata and is implemented in every soul that evolves. It is shaped by the Evolving Soul in the physical body, transforming tachyon energy into zero point energy.

The Kundalini starts functioning when the Evolving Soul has taken position behind the heart at birth, when the first breath is taken. It consists of pure zero point energy and is positioned in the sacrum. The sacrum is the triangular bone at the base of the spine, made of fused vertebrae and situated between the two halves of the pelvis, like a wedge. In these bones the Kundalini slumbers until it wakes.

When manifested in the physical body, it feels like a cool breeze. It is part of the Absolute that, as soon as it wakes, transforms humanity. An established link with Ashanata is a prerequisite. The result is an enlightened consciousness. The searcher realizes his body is no longer his, nor are his thoughts and emotions; they belong to the Eternal self. After a long search the searcher can be seated on the throne of his inner self where he will be united with his true nature. He discovers that truth is not determined by concepts and ideology, that truth cannot be produced or manipulated because it is a living event where the human nerve system is only instrumental for observation.

 Everyone who develops the pineal gland becomes a magnificent and powerful magician.

Whosoever opens the diamond eye chakra has one thousand petals.

The man who causes the Kundalini to rise up to the head awakens the crown chakra. This chakra is the seventh seal of the Apocalypse.

The man who causes the Kundalini to rise up to his head unites with his Innermost and becomes a magnificent and powerful God.

When the Soul unites with the Innermost, man becomes an angel. The twenty-four elders threw down their crowns at the feet of the Lamb.

The chakras are all connected to the spinal column.. Seven centers exist on the spinal column.. Each of these centers is related with its corresponding chakra; those are the seven churches of which the Apocalypse speaks.

Those are the seven seals that the Lamb opens with his flaming sword. 180. Those are the seven seals that the Kundalini opens to convert us into Gods.

The imagery of the chakra system envisions a serpent called Kundalini sleeping in the lowest of the seven chakras, waiting to be awakened and to rise up through the chakras above. Like the Western tradition’s serpent in the desert or the serpent on the ground that frightened Moses, the Kundalini serpent must rise up or be lifted up to reach the source of light or enlightenment. We saw above how we can grasp the head of the serpent in the wilderness of physicality and lift it up to make the crooked straight. This process is a metaphor of the raising our consciousness up to the place of the seventh seal or seventh chakra. On Jacob’s ladder, this is the place of the kingdom of God, the place where we meet the holy one. In both Eastern and Western traditions, this is the place of enlightenment. In ascending to this level of consciousness, we transform a crooked truth into a straight way, the way of the righteous, the central column of consciousness on Jacob’s ladder. In both Eastern and Western traditions, the coiled serpent is to be lifted up—the crooked truth to be made straight, consciousness to be raised toward the light above, the stars, enlightenment, the Holy One.

The seals, as we shall soon realize, are not signs of enlightenment, but represent blockages of darkness, sin, and separation. They represent the chakras in a closed toxic state, blocking the flow of Kundalini, the Holy Spirit through the spine and body. Only Christ, the anointed Higher Self, has the power to open these seals, these gateways, and clear out their poison. After Christ opens the seven seals, there are seven angels who sound their trumpets and seven angels who pour out bowls upon the earth. The trumpets represent vibrations necessary for the clearing of the toxins within the chakras, while the bowls represent the chakras themselves, dumping the poisons within.

Each of these events is accompanied by plagues and disasters that befall mankind. The Greek term for trumpet is salpinx, derived from salos meaning ‘vibration’ or ‘wave,’ and the term for bowl is phiale, ‘a broad shallow cup.’ Its etymological origin is unknown and I propose that it is derived from the Hebrew peh, ‘mouth’ and El, ‘mouth of El,’ relating to Chladni patterns formed in bowls of water. The plagues represent the evils that have befallen mankind throughout history due to the fallen egoistic state in which we live.

Working with them can bring you into an unknown, yet anticipated, fifth level of existence—one in which humans will be able to communicate telepathically. Kundalini, the great and secret serpent that is coiled at the base of the spine, is the spark of life in human and animal matter. Humans can “force” it to rise through the seven main chakras, breaking the “seal” of each, to help us evolve. Cayce parallels this to the biblical description of an angel opening the seals on a book. The outcome may include mind-reading, enhanced psychic ability, astral travel, and an understanding that there are more than three dimensions.

At the base of the spine in the ordinary man this psychic energy is said to lie dormant; the mythological image given for this is a sleeping serpent whose mouth has closed over the opening of the inner spinal column that leads upward to the brain. The name of the serpent is “kundalini,” and the process by which the serpent is awakened and led upward through the spinal column to the brain is called “Kundalini Yoga.” As this energy moves upward, touch-ing each chakra as it goes, it unties each knot until finally the soul is released from its bondage to the body and the new illuminated being achieves liberation. In the Chris-tian tradition of the Book of Revelation, these chakras are called “the seven churches in Asia” or “the seven seals.”

Generally in the “normal” man these centres are asleep or closed or only allow the smallest little current necessary for his bare existence to filter through; he is really walled up in himself and communicates only indirectly with the outer world, within a very limited circle; in fact, he does not see other men or things, he sees himself in others, himself in things and everywhere; he cannot get out. With yoga the centres open. They can open in two ways, from bottom to top or from top to bottom, according to the methods practised: the traditional yogic and spiritual methods or the yoga of Sri Aurobindo. By the power of concentrations, exercises, one day we may feel an ascending Force which awakes at the base of the vertebral column and climbs from level to level right up to the top of the head with an undulating movement just like a serpent; at each level this Force pierces (violently enough) through the corresponding centre which opens and at the same time opens us to all universal vibrations or energies which correspond to the frequency of this particular centre. With the yoga of Sri Aurobindo the descending Force opens very slowly, gently, these very centres, from top to bottom. Often enough the lower centres do not open at all till much later. This process has an advantage if we understand that each centre corresponds to a universal mode of consciousness or energy.

Peter Horttanainen

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