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In fact, humans have not just “one” heart but more than one heart. The heart we are most familiar with is the anatomical heart, a hollow, muscular organ that pumps blood throughout the body. Our second heart is the emotional heart, which is the seat of emotions and feelings. .”‘ Beyond these two hearts is the third heart, the spiritual heart. It is the center of higher consciousness

The yogi learns to find God in the cave of his heart, not in mass consciousness. In fact, humans have not just “one” heart but more than one heart. The heart we are most familiar with is the anatomical heart, a hollow, muscular organ that pumps blood throughout the body. Our second heart is the emotional heart, which is the seat of emotions and feelings. .”‘ Beyond these two hearts is the third heart, the spiritual heart. It is the center of higher consciousness, the seat of the true Self. It is also the center where spiritual seekers focus their awareness on the objects of their meditation. Discover the cave of the heart is like discover a new continent, a new level of consciousness, a inner Kingdom or Heaven, and is able to see this new spiritual content when the “ego” vanishes, and we will encounter the state of timelessness and Oneness. The ego shrouds the timelessness state (Oneness) with its own concepts of time and duality (separation).

What did the ancients know that we do not? Why are we nor always at the height of our awareness? Why at times throughout human existence did some civilizations seem to have great technologies and an inside track on infinite being? How did they know, for instance, how to create technologies for the distribution of power, for atomic pro-cesses, for utilizing harmonics to change the fabric of creation?

How did the ancients know about alchemy, such as the manufacturing of monatomic gold in the form of white powder that could be ingested, thereby introducing a conductive material into the physical body that would heighten conscious awareness?

Why was knowledge of this rite and other secrets limited to pharaohs, priests, kings, and wise men? What was hidden from the people at large? Exactly the same information that was taught to select apprentices at the mystery schools: access to higher consciousness led to altered and infinite reality. In the first part of this book, we will explore evidence of ancient times and people. What the ancients left behind was every key that we need to know about who we are and what we are capable of.

Once we have a grasp of the concepts the ancients left for us, we can learn how to apply them to this now. For instance, when do people begin to realize that the possibilities of life are much greater than they had previously imagined? Is there an impetus, a moment in time, or some vast or tiny change inside of them that flips switches of awareness? Is this an individual happening, or does it occur across the populous of the planet?

Does consciousness actually expand, or do we just reconnect with it? Does our consciousness have anything to do with our creative processes? Do we create our own realities, or do we just live in the realities that we find ourselves in? Do we have the power to change our realities as individuals or as groups? Is there a time when consciousness evolves and awareness becomes keener? If so, are we affected physically? Do our brains change in response! Does our DNA have some special coding or instruction contained within it that instigates or responds to higher awareness under certain circumstances?

Does intelligence make us more consciously aware? Does conscious awareness make us more intelligent? Are there signs of impending awareness expansion, and if so, how can we recognize them? Inherently, we are created to seek our source, to reconnect with our divinity, and yet in the current world condition, many of us feel empty, unfulfilled, even lost. We aren’t even sure of what we believe because there is so much information available to us.

We grasp at the tried and true, or we become immersed in religion, hoping that it will fulfill us, or we try every esoteric practice that comes along. Inside, we feel a need to return home, but we can’t seem to remember where home is. We want to feel emotional expansion to the depths of our being, but we have covered our emotions for so long that we aren’t even sure how emotions do feel.

We confuse our emotions with our mental perceptions and make our way rationally through our limiting thoughts. We seem to forget that we are capable of great depths of emotional maw-rience. We become unhappy, dissatisfied, and bored, succumbing to the idea that this must be all there is. How sad is that?

What if we realised that it is all simple! We can. We can find that we are everything that we seek and that everything we seek also seeks us.

What if we realized that we are capable of creating whatever reality we want, anytime, anywhere! What if we didn’t just know we could? What if we did? All chaos is ‘nothingmore than a series of simplicities that have become entangled.

Thus our term matter-consciousness is equally valid as mass-consciousness and therefore also energy-consciousness.

The masses are made up of individuals and to change the consciousness of the masses — the consciousness of the individual must alter. As we alter our consciousness and awareness, we will understand who we are, why we are here, and what part we are destined to play in creating this new age.

The ancients knew these secrets, and now you will too. The consciousness of change is a very real state of being. It is not a gimmick. We don’t have to buy anything. We already are the change! The consciousness of change is our sense beyond our five physical senses, and it is even greater than our intermittent sixth sense. The consciousness of change leaps into the universal construct as our seventh sense. Our seventh sense is infinitely aware, even though we may not be conscious of that awareness. But what if we were? What are we missing? How can we open the door to our seventh sense, so that we can take advantage of all that creation has to offer us?

Energy systems that are guided only by the ego are more likely to be engulfed into the influential power of the mass of collective energy. Ego based energy systems often perceive the world as being a terrible, negative place to live. Their perceptions create hostility and hate within them.

They project their negativity into the world, feeding the negativity within the mass of collective energy. This negativity is what positive, awakened energy systems are constantly fighting against. Positive awakened energy systems are higher conscious beings that can see past the smokescreens of the ego to get to the truth. Since the mass of collective energy is predominantly derived from the unconscious ego, awakened energy systems are considered outcasts and have to lead a life of repressed identity.

Revealing their true self causes ridicule, persecution, and never ending insults of projections of being labeled as delusional or heretics against the false reality belief system within the mass of collective energy.

The fact that a synthesized approach to integrated ascension will free you from the necessity to reincarnate upon the four lower worlds (physical, etheric, astral, mental) is true indeed. Likewise, is it true that as a fully integrated ascended being you will have vast potential both to express and to serve upon these lower worlds, and in joy you will be living out the wisdom and grace spoken of by beloved master Jesus when he told his disciples to be in the world but not of it. These worlds will become to you realms of experimentation and service rather than the enforced school of endless lessons and experience that they were before you achieved the status of the integrated and fully realized ascended master. Therefore, while remaining in incarnation as an ascended being, you will not be leaving your life behind, but expanding it to include the divine. Ascension goes hand and hand with descension. Therefore, as you bring your Earth-self unto heaven, so do you bring and anchor your heavenly self upon the Earth.

As the process moves inward, the wall between ego-consciousness and the unconscious is gradually dismantled, the deflation of the inner world is reversed, and the fullness of psychic reality becomes visible again and available to direct experience. This activation of the unconscious expresses itself at first in the form of psychic dissociation, as the emergence of a multiplicity of complexes, often frightening to the ego,and of part-personalities, images, and instincts. The deflation of the inner world, which was so important to the development and self-confidence of the ego, is now suspended, and, as a result, ego-consciousness can easily become deflated instead.

Those for whom these collective problems have become a personal problem, and a problem of consciousness, are the vanguard of the collective, no matter whether the overwhelming situation seized them as a result of crisis or of illness. They make the journey into the unconscious in the same way that, centuries ago, seafarers journeyed over the earth’s oceans to discover new continents.

What happens when this “ego” which degrades our being — divine in its essence — disappears?

When the “ego” vanishes, we will encounter the state of timelessness and Oneness.

With its disappearance, the fragmentary energies and characteristics which sustain its fictitious structure will also disappear. As the “ego” vanishes, we will encounter the state of timelessness; we will function as Oneness, in perfect order and harmony. From that moment on, every-thing Life brings in our path is solved in perfect simplicity. Therefore, point your full attention to everything that appears in the field of consciousness as “ego” or will. The simple encounter with the humble silence of the mind makes them disappear, without any intervention on our part. From now on, the whole being is illuminated by the Sacred — present within each of us — uniting us with the One Reality, where we live and experience bliss as a state of Pure Consciousness, in the climate of divine greatness.

Discover the cave of the heart is like discover a new continent, a new level of consciousness, a inner Kingdom or Heaven, and is able to see this new spiritual content when the “ego” vanishes, and we will encounter the state of timelessness and Oneness. The ego shrouds the timelessness state (Oneness) with its own concepts of time and duality (separation).

The ‘cave of the heart’, In fact, humans have not just “one” heart but more than one heart. The heart we are most familiar with is the anatomical heart, a hollow, muscular organ that pumps blood throughout the body. Our second heart is the emotional heart, which is the seat of emotions and feelings. Yogis characterize this seat of emotions as the point where the two psychic channels, ida and pingala, cross to form “the knot of Vishnu.”‘ Beyond these two hearts is the third heart, the spiritual heart. It is the center of higher consciousness, the seat of the true Self.

“The Self is like a grain of rice, as small as a fragment of golden millet; form residing in the cave of the heart, shining like a smokeless fire, the Self bigger than the sky”.

“In the region of the heart, there is a lotus in the center of which there is a circle the size of an atom wherein is found the individual soul, which is light. . . . When thought rests in the very center of the lotus, it attains Knowledge.

It must be remembered that the psychic centre is not located in the physical heart or in the heart chakra, though it is often confused with this heart centre. It is lo-cated behind the heart cakra, deep within on an inner plane.

Thus the heart is more than a physical organ; it is the seat of our higher consciousness and the springboard for self-transformation.

The Secret Chamber of the Heart, containing the Crystal Cave is the open door to the microcosm and to the macrocosm, where one can explore the beauty held within, of the higher dimensions, and of our own Self transformation. Through the process of transformation, the Soul in Matter is gathering and balancing all aspects of the Self or Resurrecting all aspects of the Self from all dimensions, to enable marrying all aspects of the Self as one with the purity of the Self in Spirit, or Ascension.

The threefold flame of Life is the divine spark.Also called the Christ flame and the liberty flame, or fleur-de-lis, it is the spark of a man’s Divinity, his potential for Christhood (or Buddhahood).

Our being are in the by separative ego – consciousness. Separated ego consciousness is also the mass consciousness. The ego is the part that creates separation from the real divine self and to overcome alienation it easier to stay in the state of mass consciousness.

The yogi learns to find God in the cave of his heart, not in mass consciousness.

The ‘cave of the heart’ is a well-known traditional expression: the Sanskrit word guha generally designates a cave, but is applied also to the inner cavity of the heart, and consequently to the heart itself. This ‘cave of the heart’ is the vital center and the unconditioned Atma, which is in reality identical with Divine itself, as we have explained elsewhere.’ This word guha derives from the root guh, meaning ‘to cover’ or ‘to hides, which is also the sense of another similar root, gup, whence gupta, applied to everything of a secret character, everything not outwardly mani-fested; it is the equivalent of the Greek kruptos, which gives the word `crypt, synonymous with cave.

Each of us is invited to discover for ourselves where the cave of our heart is located within us. We learn to do this through repeated tuning in to the homing frequency at the depth of our being. The following heart meditation invites you to enter the cave of your heart, to rest there, and to begin to attune yourself to its subtle frequency.

Man ‘ s eternal soul can never be permanently satisfied with non – eternal happiness . … world , which ultimately bring nothing but weariness , looks for the real freedom and bliss dwelling in every heart , but obscured by the veil of ignorance .

In fact, humans have not just “one” heart but more than one heart. The heart we are most familiar with is the anatomical heart, a hollow, muscular organ that pumps blood throughout the body. Our second heart is the emotional heart, which is the seat of emotions and feelings. Yogis characterize this seat of emotions as the point where the two psychic channels, ida and pingala, cross to form “the knot of Vishnu.”‘ Beyond these two hearts is the third heart, the spiritual heart. It is the center of higher consciousness, the seat of the true Self. It is also the center where spiritual seekers focus their awareness on the objects of their meditation. In the case of those practicing theistic meditations, the object is usually their Chosen Deity.

All of these “hearts” are located in the same region. A surgeon can see the anatomical heart at the time of heart surgery. Ae emotional heart can be felt very palpably when a person is moved by a strong surge of emotion. Ae spiritual heart, though, can neither be seen nor felt so easily. It needs to be discovered or awakened. Ae spiritual heart is dormant in most people, its presence obscured by the veil of ignorance, past mental impressions, and desires.

The Divine Self is difficult to see because it is lodged inaccessibly deep in the cave of the heart which is itself situated in the midst of misery.” The “cave of the heart” is the spiritual heart and “misery” refers to the body and the senses, which are the source of pain and suffering and the consequent misery.’ What is the “spiritual heart” really? It is the faculty of spiritual intuition ( buddhi) through which supersensuous knowledge comes.

According to Yoga-Vedanta psychology, the mind has two layers: one layer (called manas) classifies information received through the senses and also detects sensations like pain and pleasure; the second layer (called buddhi) makes decisions. Both the functions, analysis and synthesis, that these layers perform are important and useful in life. Very little of buddhi is actually used, or even needed, for our daily activities and encounters, which are mediated through the senses. Ae partially functional buddhi is not enough, though, for experiences that are beyond the reach of the mind and the senses. In most people, the power of the buddhi is latent and needs to be awakened.

The buddhi, once awakened, becomes fully functional and then becomes more than mere “intellect.” It is the faculty of spiritual intuition and it is this that is described in the Upanishads as “heart,” “the lotus of the heart,” or “the cave of the heart.” The awakening, or the discovery, of the spiri-tual heart is the first real spiritual experience meditators get, and it opens the door for more experiences in their spiritual journey. This process of consciously directing a single stream of thought toward a higher spiritual center—usually the heart—is called meditation.’ For meditation to succeed, the mind must be fixed at the heart (or, whichever higher center one is focusing on) and this becomes possible only when the spiritual heart is discovered. Since the mind cannot be fixed at an imaginary place, it wanders aimlessly during meditation, a common experience that most beginners in meditation practice are familiar with.

Unable to locate the spiritual heart, most meditators succeed in concentrating only on the emotional heart. 6 Devotional practices such as prayer and worship often activate the emotional heart first and then, gradually, they awaken the spiritual heart. Ae spiritual heart is beyond emotions.

The discovery of the spiritual heart is a fascinating experience. In the early stages of meditation practice, everything within the body of the meditator appears to be solid, and darkness is all that is seen when the eyes are closed. The spiritual heart has not been located and, until it is, those attempting meditation appear to be fumbling their way in what seems like a dark room or a tunnel.

What sustains this search is intense faith and what fuels it is purity of purpose, purity of emotion, and purity of reason.’ Suddenly, when one is least expecting it, the darkness within gives way to a glow of light and one discovers space, a space that is much larger than that occupied by the anatomical heart. Ais inner, lighted space is the seat of pure, objectless consciousness.

This is the spiritual heart. The longer one dwells in it, the larger the space becomes. The inner space has no boundaries. Enthroned in the center of the spiritual heart is the Chosen Deity, which the medi-tator is now able to see in perfect clarity. This is the place where the Upanishads locate the true Self ?

A strong anatomical heart ensures good physical health. A purified emotional heart ensures good emotional health. An awakened spiritual heart ensures good spiritual health. Physical health and emotional health are both important for a happy, fulfilling, meaningful life. They are inadequate, though, when life eventually meets its inseparable coun-terpart, death. What survives death and destruction is spirit. Without the direct experience of one’s true Self, the spirit within, a person remains trapped in the endless circle of birth and death.

Spiritual life is a life rooted in the spirit, and the spirit is discovered in the light of buddhi. The light of buddhi is not different from the light of the spirit. Seeing that light is really being that light. It is through the spiritual heart that we enter the realm of being. According to Vedanta, we have “become” mortal, imperfect, and bound by forgetting our atman nature. In order to recover our apparently lost memory, we have to end the process of “becoming” and begin the process of “being” what we always are—immortal, perfect and free.

The Buddhi and Christ Consciousness is same higher level of energy and consciousness within the heart.

When most of us consider spiritual development, we think about developing our minds or connecting with spiritual realms. Seldom do we realize that it is through the feeling nature—our hearts—that most of the real spiritual work is done. It is primarily through an awakened and living heart that spiritual realms are reached. Our minds are but the surface of the deep well of being that is our hearts. Spiritual development begins and ends with awakening, purifying, strengthening, refining, and expanding our heart qualities.

Consciousness itself develops through awakening, purifying, strengthening, refining, and expanding the deep feeling nature. When consciousness is fed only through the mind, it remains narrow and undernourished, but when it also receives sustenance from the heart, it can take its rightful place in life. This process of transformation in know as alchemy, and transmute the leaden consciousness into golden consciousness.

All of us, in our own process of awakening, will visit the limitation of our personal will. Most of us will visit it several different times, on deeper and deeper levels, until it is fully extinguished. The loss of personal will isn’t really a loss at all. It’s not as if we become the doormat of humanity, that we stop knowing what to do or how to do it. Quite the opposite happens. By surrendering the illusion of the personal will, a whole different state of consciousness is born in us; a rebirth happens. It’s almost like a resurrection happens from deep within us. This resurrection is very hard to explain, like many things in spirituality, but in essence we start to be moved by the completeness and totality of life itself.

“When we awaken to our own light, it becomes possible to develop real wisdom about our life.

When opposing forces of duality (opposites) come together or is neutralized and balanced into Oneness a third force is created. This is the work of spiritual alchemy, to overcome duality and opposites, and the outcome from this is Oneness and the new third force of Oneness.

That was the first projection of error outward. The world arose to hide it. and became the screen on which it was projected and drawn between you and the truth. For truth extends inward, where the idea of loss is meaningless and only increase is conceivable. Do you really think it strange that a world in which everything is backwards and upside down arose from this projection of error? For truth brought to this could only remain within in quiet, and take no part in all the mad projection by which this world was made. Call it not sin but madness, for such it was and so it still remains. Invest it not with guilt, for guilt implies it was accomplished in reality. And above all, be not afraid of it.

When you seem to see some twisted form of the original error rising to frighten you, say only, “God is not fear, but love,” and it will disappear. The truth will save you. It has not left you, to go out into the mad world and so depart from you. Inward is sanity; insanity is outside you. You but believe it is the other way; that truth is outside, and error and guilt within. Your little, senseless substitutions, touched with insanity and swirling lightly off on a mad course like feathers dancing insanely in the wind, have no substance. They fuse and merge and separate, in shifting and totally meaningless patterns that need not be judged at all. To judge them individually is pointless. Their tiny differences in form are no real differences at all. None of them matters. That they have in common and nothing else. Yet what else is necessary to make them all the same?

Let them all go, dancing in the wind, dipping and turning till they disappear from sight, far, far outside of you. And turn you to the stately calm within, where in holy stillness dwells the living God you never left, and Who never left you. The Holy Spirit takes you gently by the hand, and retraces with you your mad journey outside yourself, leading you gently back to the truth and safety within. He brings all your insane projections and the wild substitutions that you have placed outside you to the truth. Thus he reverses the course of insanity and restores you to reason.

Shifting our perspective from the paradigm of duality and separation to one of unity cannot be done all at once, but must be done gradually through raising our vibrational frequency, clearing old subconscious programs and beliefs, and aligning ourselves with our divine design and the higher truths of our being. We must consciously choose a new way of thinking, a more inclusive perspective, an open heart, and the desire to know ourselves and cultivate our highest nature. Resonance Alchemy gives us the tools we need to make this shift. There are five essential elements to creating this shift in perspective.

The old paradigm of separation is woven deeply into our subconscious, and therefore into the very foundation of how we perceive reality.

Learning to utilize this capacity for inner choice is something we must practice. This capacity is like an inner spiritual muscle, which is often quite out of shape and in need of daily exercise and spiritual training is yoga and meditation.

Another small shift in perspective we can make is to see everything, including our thoughts, attitudes and beliefs, as energy and vibration. We can see ourselves in this world of vibration as receivers, transmitters and transformers of vibrational information. From this perspective we realize that, much like a radio or television, we have the capacity to “tune in” to, as well as transmit, many different “channels” of information, many different vibrational frequencies and through this experiencing higher dimenions of creation. We also see that the energy and vibration of any situation can be transformed by the way we interact with it and its through yoga and meditation one is able to re-wiring and re-connect to higher consciousness.

Fortunately, just as we can choose to change the television or radio channel, we have the power to choose the nature of the vibrational information we are both receiving and transmitting. Rather than getting caught up in the story of our thoughts and feelings, our personal drama, we can begin to see our inner experience as energy and vibration that can readily be transformed. As we begin to see our thoughts and feelings as vibrational information, we can see that this vibrational information we are generating creates an inner resonance, which will attract a like vibrational resonance from the outside world.

It is said in alchemy that you must have gold in order to make gold. The inner gold is in fact there within us, though it has long been buried. It is all the wonderful qualities of our inner Essence that are the human expression of our Divine Nature. The Sacred Syllables act as the catalyzing gold that is needed to activate and bring to life this inner gold, our inner spiritual resources. They create the specific higher vibrations that are needed to bring up and transform the inner roadblocks we encounter as we move toward a direct experience of inner unity.

If we want to raise our vibration, we need to prevent fear from controlling our state of being. When we find ourselves in a state of fear, we need to have a way to release fear. Learning to release fear is important because most people regularly experience fear in different forms, inducing seemingly challenging, difficult, and emotional situations that are not real but imagined. These fears keep us locked in the matrix, the morphogenetic grids of our awareness, of our active consciousness. It is also our collective consciousness that induces fears. This is how we create the vicious circle of fear in our lives.

Meditation has long been known to de-stress us and bring both inner and outer peace. It also tunes us and opens our channels for Dimensional Biofield communication. Meditation can recharge our Personal Biofield when our batteries get low, allowing us to tap into an infinite source of energy that sustains all fields and is drawn through the Dimensional Biofield.

Meditation is essential to build a bridge from the physical world, that encompasses our Personal, Social and Planetary Biofields, to the non physical world of the higher realms of the Dimensional Biofield. It is in these realms that we can gain clear access to wisdom and knowledge. It is then important for us to allow this wisdom and knowledge to manifest in our daily lives that in turn affects not just our Personal Biofield but also the Social and Planetary and the Dimensional.

As we meditate and do our activations and other inner growth exercises, we unwind this hidden core in our unconscious, releasing all our past programming and pain which allows our DNA to spiral back into a new and expanded state of presence. The core of our unconscious is alive in every particle of our DNA; remember all our seemingly separate parts are actually segmented parts of one whole, a whole that we are reuniting. As each of our chakras and Light Codes are rebalanced and healed we reweave the very fabric of our essence, opening the sacred doorway of supreme conscious awareness and soul reconnection. It is an alchemical reaction, like we finally find the correct code to “open sesame” the inner safe of our essence. It organically just opens like a flower in the sun, no effort or trying. In this way we are protected from opening too fast. As the unconscious unwinds, it allows an oxygenation and a space for more light to enter the cells, all systems working as one, no longer separated by the inner programs of separation and past emotional programming.

As you merge with the Living Light Body, the physical body has the potential to return to greater balance and wellbeing. The second-layer activations upgrade the physical body’s chemical composition and the way in which cells receive nutrition. Cells begin to recognize Light as food, as sustenance.

Fear is at the bottom of all the control devices – shutting down the Heart and putting us all into a constant state of fear. The ego is rooted in fear and its contol mechanism is fear. Fear creates control and fear feeding the roots of the ego. When ego become mass consciousness the mass consciousness also become rooted in fear based frequencies of the material world. The goal is to learn to quite and shut of the ego, learn to cut of the threads of the ego, or by a daily practices learn to die to the ego, and through this instead connect to the divine higher self that has been disconnected by the ego. When one overcome the power of the three physical chakras the mind is then no longer rooted in fear, instead become rooted in Christ Consciousness (or Buddha Consciousness) within the heart and love based frequencies.

“Wherever energy is tied in knots of self-deception, of dissonance, of selfishness, fears, doubts through the ego – thus, when the momentum of dissonance becomes too great, the top of the threefold flame cannot spin. When its three plumes are of different height, out of balance, it cannot spin, and therefore the resurrection fires do not glow. Light is the alchemical key. The alchemical key, is the key to the key. The key is the Apocalypse or cruxifixion of the state of duality and the outcome is Oneness, Harmony and Balance. In this balance the energies starts spinning and the threefold eternal starts to glow. Without the cruxifixation of duality, there can be no transforming (resurrection), no ascension, and without the bridge (cross) between the physical matter and spiritual dimension , there can be no Oneness (crown).

From a alchemical perspective cruxifixation is a process of tranformation from one state to another, its change of vibrations. Its process to overcome time (death) and duality, and negativity and fear. Time, duality, negativity and fear is the ego.

The qualities of Essence are actually encoded into a higher level of our DNA. Unlike our biochemical DNA, however, our “spiritual DNA” does not function automatically. It is a potential that requires activation and development, a potential that is generally blocked or obscured by what we consider “normal” personality and ego development. In popular perception there is more often than not a huge gap between what we consider “human nature” and the spiritual nature of the Divine.

The practice of Yoga as Science enable one to merge with the Divine Universal Self. This merging of individual consciousness with universal consciousness creates a “divine union” called “yoga”. The practice that leads to this state of self-mastery is also called “yoga”. So the royal road and the destination have the same name, “yoga”. Those who practice yoga are called yogis and those who master yoga are also called yogis. Yoga teaches self-mastery and how to stilling of all “thought waves” (brain waves) or mental modifications, thereby making the mind fit for concentration and meditation. science of yoga teaches; self-control, religious observances, physical postures, control of breath, withdrawel of the five senses, concentration, meditation, and wisdom state.

The word “yoga” means “to join”. The science of “yoga” teaches of the individual consciousness can “join” with universal consciousness. Yoga teaches the methods of merging the individual will with the cosmic will by controlling the mind and its modifications, thereby attaining liberation. On the physical plane, yoga bestows good health and physical efficiency; on the mental plane concentration, balance of mind, and peace. On the spiritual plane, it guarantees liberation from the chain of birth and death, and offers eternal bliss, immortality, perfection, and everlasting peace. The ultimate objective of yoga is not only individual liberation, but the transformation of the entire human race. It aims to instill a divine nature and life into the physical, mental, and spiritual life of humanity.

The body thus identified as the self is not always the physical body; sometimes the mind, which is only a subtler kind of body. The ego is neither the real Self , nor the body; so long as no inquiry is made, the ego persists and enjoys the status of the Real Self. This is the primal-mind-error. Life, existence, perceptions and reality then flows out from the perspective a body with a soul (the ego) and not the a soul with a body (Self/Soul).

The Mind is trapped in the gross world

The knot of birth is ego-sense.

The ego-sense, created by the knot of ignorance.
Worst of all, we are bound by the sense of the ego, “the most formidable of the knots which keep us tied to the Ignorance.
The ego is the knot of our continued state of ignorance

He thus sets the plan: “And since in the path of works action is the knot we have first to loosen, we must endeavour to loosen it where it is centrally tied, in desire and in ego; for otherwise we shall cut only stray strands and not the heart of our bondage.

The first knot is the gross physical knot that keeps us attached and bonded with all that is materially glittering and this gross physical knot pulls the physical knot comprising our desires and ambitions into the illusions of the earth. The emotional knot is like a border and it is the ego.

The middle knot shuts out the world around and abroad and limits the being to the ego, prevents the individual person from communicating or listening to their inner real Higher Self and Universal Divine.

The first knot is the coiled knot is located in root chakra of the spine and the knot prevents the soul from being released from material bondage and therefore prevents the soul from ascending. The second knot is located in the heart chakra and the thymus gland and the Master Gland of immunity. The middle knot shuts out the world around and abroad and limits the being to the ego, prevents the individual person from communicating with the Universal Divine.

The first knot prevents the soul from ascending from its bondage in matter and the first knot is also associated with the bondage of speech, and when the second knot in the heart shuts out the “real” world around and abroad it blocks the “streaming” energy channel of the divine, and at same time blocks the communicating channel. The role of the heart chakra as the healer is limited and therefore can´t distributes energy to the other six major chakras and to the five minor chakras (of the secret rays), and can´t distributed healing energies to all the cells and nerve centers in the four lower bodies. The third knot is located in the third eye (pineal gland) and this knot blocks all higher knowledge, wisdom and intuition. All the three knots disconnects all higher spiritual qualities and creates a spiritual darkness, and this is kept in place through the concept of duality, ego and fear.

“Wherever energy is tied in knots of self-deception, of dissonance, of selfishness, fears, doubts through the ego – thus, when the momentum of dissonance becomes too great, the top of the threefold flame cannot spin. When its three plumes are of different height, out of balance, it cannot spin, and therefore the resurrection fires do not glow. Light is the alchemical key. The alchemical key, is the key to the key. The key is the Apocalypse or cruxifixion of the state of duality and the outcome is Oneness, Harmony and Balance. In this balance the energies starts spinning and the threefold eternal starts to glow. Without the cruxifixation of duality, there can be no transforming (resurrection), no ascension, and without the bridge (cross) between the physical matter and spiritual dimension , there can be no Oneness (crown).

⦁ Fear keeps the soul in a suppressed state of darkness, or in a dream state of reality, or in a slumbering sleep stasis.

⦁ Fear keeps the heart closed, blocks the divine energy and comminicating channels and keeps the mind in a fear state and duality state.

⦁ Fear keeps the third eye closed and blocks the highway of higher spiritual knowledge, wisdom and intuition.

THE HIDDEN CHAMBER OF THE HEART. Your threefold flame of life is sealed in the eight-petaled chakra called the hidden, or secret, chamber of your heart. The threefold flame, or “divine spark,” makes your heart a replica of the heart of God. It is literally a spark of sacred fire from God’s own heart. The threefold flame is your soul’s point of contact with the Supreme Source of all life. It is your potential to become the fullness of all that your Real Self is. The threefold flame has three “plumes” that embody the three primary attributes of God. The blue plume (on your left) embodies God’s power. The yellow plume (in the center) embodies God’s wisdom, and the pink plume (on your right) embodies God’s love. By accessing the power, wisdom, and love of the Godhead anchored in your threefold flame, you can fulfill your reason for being.

The eighth ray corresponds to the secret chamber of the heart, an eight- petaled chakra behind the heart chakra, where the threefold flame is sealed.

The heart chakra is represented through twelve-petaled lotus, but the secret chamber of the heart has eight petaled behind the heart chakra, and there is where the threefold flame is sealed.

When one does sadhana, the inner consciousness begins to open and one is able to go inside and have all kinds of experiences there. As the sadhana progresses, one begins to live more and more in this inner being and the outer becomes more and more superficial. At first the inner consciousness seems to be the dream and the outer the waking reality. Afterwards the inner consciousness becomes the reality and the outer is felt by many as a dream or delusion, or else as something superficial and external. The inner consciousness begins to be a place of deep peace, light, happiness, love, closeness to the Divine or the presence of the Divine. One is then aware of two consciousnesses, the inner one and the outer which has to be changed into its counterpart and instrument.

As the threefold flame within the heart centre merges with the higher heart, new octaves are created. When these octaves stabilise, the new diamond heart crystal is formed within the etherics. The new diamond heart crystal is the key to new worlds. The frequency provides access to the highest angelic kingdoms. For this fire exists, as we have said, in seven layers or seven degrees of force, and it often happens that a man who exerts his will in the effort… many times, digging gradually deeper and deeper, until not only the surface is stirred but the very heart of the fire is in full activity. The reaction is so strong that the inner fire explodes into flame.

The flame below is the spark of life anchored in the center of being. It is threfold flame of the Real Self, having the attributes of divine power, wisdom and love. This threefold flame is the fire of God that burns in the plane of matter to sustain the seed identity that was and is a living soul. The many layers of awareness that surround the soul—the energy fields of mind and memory, emotions, feelings, physical form, form consciousness, percepts and recepts — have so polarized selfhood through an outer awareness that this outer awareness has become a synthetic self diametrically opposed to the Real Self. And the soul that was intended to mirror the Spirit has become a mirror for a world of whirling energies unlike its original reality, hence unreal. The soul has become a lost identity, lost in time and space. It must be found again. It must find itself in God. Thus we behold the plight of the soul lost in the forcefields of a subconsciousness – a self- awareness that is below the threefold flame of the real Divine-awareness. The ego (syntethic self) has become the seat of authority and by switching from the syntethic self (ego) to the real Self one can re-learn to mastery the lower nature of Man.

“Wherever energy is tied in knots of self-deception, of dissonance, of selfishness, fears, doubts through the ego – thus, when the momentum of dissonance becomes too great, the top of the threefold flame cannot spin. When its three plumes are of different height, out of balance, it cannot spin, and therefore the resurrection fires do not glow. Light is the alchemical key. The alchemical key, is the key to the key. The key is the Apocalypse or cruxifixion (the bridge) of the state of duality and the outcome is Oneness, Harmony and Balance. In this balance the energies starts spinning and the threefold eternal starts to glow.

One can convert the threefold flame and think at them as frequencies or bioelectricity that vibrates in different speeds and heights and therefore can´t be unified as the eternal flame. The Male/Heaven flame or frequency is the higher frequency of heaven and the Female/Earth flame is the lower frequency, and the Divine Flame is within the heart and has another frequency. When the lower frequency is raised and higher is lowered and unites through the bridge, they unified with the Divine flame and this is the powerful eternal flame of life. This process could actually be the power behind the thousend lotus petals, and this also may be the secret key in producing the philosopher´s stone.

If one convert the famous Thousends Lotus Petals opening (full awakening and enlightment) to the bioelectrical language of light and the numbers of “thosuends” petals could actually represent the size of the conducter, not the quantity. The diameter in conducters is usually given in a unit called a mil. A mil is defined as one-thousandth of a inch (0.001 inch). Mils squared are know as circular mils. When the brain becomes superconductive through the thousends lotus petals opening it represents the new size of the “universal conducter” one get access to. Basically, one are streamlining the elctricity based systems in ones body, such as the nervous system and the brain, to work more effective and at higher levels of operations. Through practice and knowledge one is able to turning the body into a giant self charging battery.

We cannot see the way things are as long as our mind is not awakened from its own delusion. There is a veil preventing us from seeing clearly. The limited mind is the soil in which the ego is rooted ; and the ego perpetuates ignorance through the many illusions in which it is caught. The ego-consciousness has its play through the medium of the mind. “When the ego goes, God glows.” Therefore, tearing down the veil of ignorance, taming the ego, transcending the limiting adjuncts of the mind to allow the true light of the spirit to shine and reflect on the mind of the person, become the focus of spiritual psychology. This is what is involved in the process of transformation of the person. Yoga, for example, is a method of training for such spiritial and alchemical transformation.

The ego is a sort of veil between knowledge and ignorance.

Egotism has covered everything like a veil.

The ego, stands between us and God, and the ego is a sort of veil between knowledge and ignorance. The ego is the veil of ignorance.

To reach the Omega point where human intelligence interfaces with the Infinite, you must drop the barrier surrounding the self.

The ego prevents the manifestation of infinite knowledge already latent in the soul , and is the most formidable obstacle to the attainment of God .

Which we call the dualities, bound by his ego, bound by ignorance, bound by incapacity, bound to suffering, attaining always only to a partial being,

An eternal spirit is there in man , free always and fulfilling itself in him by its own spontaneous self – evolution ; for all is a self – aware Existence acting and manifesting itself by its own power and it is its own free selfknowledge.

But this inner reality of the spit-it’s freedom is held back behind the veil and is covered up by the ignorance which is in its cause and nature asuperficial living in finite mind, life and body.

Why is it that we are sometimes prone to think that God is not with us? Why? Why do we feel lonely and helpless? If God is an ocean of love and He is always with us, why does He allow us to doubt His Love and His Divine Power? Why do we experience this feeling of being abandoned and orphaned? The reason is that there is an invisible veil between God and us. It is the veil of the self, the veil of the ego, the veil the mind creates. “When the ego goes, God glows.”

“True knowledge is the realization that I am nothing, He is everything. This realization makes man humble and gentle. And there is no wisdom greater than this.” When you begin to think in this manner, the mind automatically begins to turn inward. Slowly, the mind shuts its constant cribbing, neediness, wallowing and nonsense, and slowly the individual self drops the veil. And, one day, with His and Her Grace, realizes its true self.

Then the veil of ignorance is neutralized.

Most of the time the very notions of reality that we believe in are actually a fabrication of the mind itself. The mind weaves the fabric of samsara, the world of suffering within, and it takes on its own life and dictates all of our experiences. The thread of this fabric can only be cut by a conscious effort.

The continuity of this thread is the psychological force that is manifested in the form of this unceasing craving which keeps the whole process going. It is the energy that spins the wheel of suffering. Buddha taught that this craving is one of the links which chain us to the illusions of egoic existence. But when we look at it closely, we find it to be irrational most of the time, so there is no end to it.

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