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Kundalini can be understood as a purifying fire that burns away the early programming of the chakras, accelerating the evolution of the nervous system beyond conditioned responses. The Human soul who has thus reached the Buddhahood (or Christhood) and the “Land of the Golden Light”, however, has not finished evolving and progressing towards other vibratory planes, in other Dimensions…!

Religion is not essential to reach the awakening and liberation of the soul. However, it can help us by making us more spiritual.

Whatever the way chosen, the Human soul who attained the awakening or Bodhi has thus become an awakened or Buddha.

This Human soul no longer has Karma. His Cycle of Reincarnations is finished; he is finally released from the rebirths and from the dense Matter. He transformed its ego. He now enjoys total freedom. He has the Knowledge. He no longer feels no suffering and no fear because these sensations are linked to the ego which has been transformed. He escapes any astrological influence and controls its destiny. Last but not least, he lives in a huge and perfect happiness, a supreme state of serenity and felicity, an absolute happiness called Nirvana.

The Human soul who has thus reached the Buddhahood (or Christhood) and the “Land of the Golden Light”, however, has not finished evolving and progressing towards other vibratory planes, in other Dimensions…!

The Buddhahood is not an end in itself. The spiritual evolution continues because there are still many other doors to open, doors that open on other Worlds, other even more wonderful Universes…!

Nothing is ever finished. There is always something new to learn, to explore.

As the old saying goes “The more we go away and the more the horizon moves away”. This means that the more we learn, the more we realize that there is still and always a lot to learn… indefinitely!

When one goes beyond the elements through the practice of Yoga, one reaches the Ajna Chakra and the plane of austerity, Tapas Loka. One purifies the mind through austerity and, through the transformation of sense consciousness, experiences the higher aspect of one’s being. One becomes non-acquisitive, clean, content, and a neutral observer of life and its psychodrama. Mercy, honesty, forgiveness, and firmness enrich this person’s life and he or she experiences a splendorous, divine inner force that removes the burden of body consciousness.

One achieves full control over one’s breath and mind, yet can take another birth if the task of self-realization—which is the merging of I-consciousness into supreme consciousness—has not yet been accomplished. Such a person is reborn as an ascetic, a yogi, an avatar, a bodhisattva, or a prophet. He or she has gone beyond the elements but still must go beyond the gunas, and this is only possible through the practice of awakening Kundalini.

When kundalini Shakti passes beyond ajna, duality and ego cease to exist. It reaches the highest center, called sahasrara. It is the thousand petaled lotuses at the top of the head and is the abode of lord Shiva. When the kundalini is awakened and finally unites with lord Shiva and enjoys the highest bliss.

Kundalini can be understood as a purifying fire that burns away the early programming of the chakras, accelerating the evolution of the nervous system beyond conditioned responses.

In each of the five levels, there is a progressive reduction in Universal Consciousness and a deepening of identification with a body/mind complex.

The first level of bondage is called kalaa in ‘antra, and avidya by the raja yogis. It is the level at which Universal Consciousness is wrapped in a cocoon of ignorance and awareness of her true nature is hidden. At this level, individuality arises separate from the universal, along with an intrinsic desire to sustain that individuality. At this level arises the feeling, “I am an individual.”

The second level of bondage is called vidya, and tundra. Here the omniscience of the Universal Consciousness is reduced to thc sentience of an individual being limited by thc instruments of cognition. At this level arises the feeling, “I am an individual body and mind.”

The third level of bondage is called raga in both traditions. Here the complete satisfaction of the Universal Consciousness is reduced, bringing about a desire for objects perceived outside of the individual body. At this level arises the feeling, “I am an individual body and mind with desires to fulfill.”

The fourth level of bondage is called koala, and dvesha. This is the companion to the bondage of the third level and the other side of the coin of desire. Here arises the impulse to avoid objects which seem to hamper satisfaction. At this level arises the feeling, “I am an individual, temporal body and mind with desires to fulfill and dislikes to avoid.”

The fifth level of bondage is called niyall, and abhinivesha. Here the Omnipresence of the Universal Consciousness is reduced, producing an attachment to the individual body/mind complex and a corresponding fear of death. At this level arises the feeling, “I am an individual, temporal body and mind with desires to fulfill and dislikes to avoid, and one day I shall, unfortunately, die.”

To transcend the intellect does not mean that one becomes irrational. Rather, the rational mind remains as an efficient tool for dealing with activities of life requiring linear thought. But it is not in the intellect that the Goddess will be found. The intellect makes a fine office, but the holy shrine is found in the intuitive heart.

Modern astronomy has now revealed that the sun itself is moving along with the rest of the solar system and galaxies throughout the cosmos. Pierre Teilhard speculated that everything in the universe is spiraling toward its fated point of singularity (the Omega Point), drawing humanity toward Christ. His notion was of a physio-spiritual spiraling process eventually bringing humanity into coherence with absolute consciousness, or in Teilhard’s words, Christ consciousness.

Jung contended that process of individuation and the movement of psyche was also spiral in nature. He wrote:

We can hardly escape the feeling that the unconscious process moves spiral-wise round a centre, gradually getting closer, while the characteristics of the centre grow more and more distinct. Or perhaps we could put it the other way round and say that the centre—itself virtually unknowable—acts like a magnet on the disparate materials and processes of the unconscious and gradually captures them as in a crystal lattice.

When the chakra is functioning healthfully, the kundalini shakti will remain active and the aroused kundalini will move upward through shushumna-governor meridian to the second chakra and beyond. The aroused kundalini will elevate human consciousness beyond the base needs of survival, reproduction, and the compelling drives of physiology and instinct.

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