When unconscious became conscious this is Samadhi

Mistakes of Psychoanalysis February 10, 2010

One of the biggest mistakes of Freud and Psychoanalysis is to put Unconscious under Conscious.

Our nervous system consist Left and Right sympathetic nervous system and the parasympathetic nervous system. In yoga these systems are known as Ida and Pingala nadi and Sushumna nadi.

  1. Ida is connected to the Subconsciousness – Past
  2. Pingala to Supraconsciousness – Future
  3. Sushumna to Unconscious – Present

All of them are located next to each other as Past- Present- Future.


2 Responses to “Mistakes of Psychoanalysis”

  1. Avdhut Says:

    The bigest hangup we all have is the ego, it manifests and perpetuates our fears and insecurities.

    Ultimately it is a MYTH. Real in as much as myths and illusions are real, but when the brain is surrendered to the love that manifests from the ‘marriage’ of kundalini with atman, ie: pure love, ego is subsumed into the void and becomes part of the creative expression of the divine. Just as children express themselves without harbouring any conclusive judgements, it’s all just part of the play. One who is master of themself knows this, and one who is a Sahaja Yogi will have their ultimate aim as being the establishment of others as their own master, in the way that a parent raises a child on the ‘straight and narrow’. A child will only adhere to the parents’ teaching if it KNOWS it is done out of loving concern. Love defeats the fear that causes the ego to manifest. A child will also easily detect, unconciously, when their is fear and ego in the adult, and so also take on those aspects in it’s behaviour.

    What is interesting about Freud’s representaion of the ego in all it’s forms is the idea of the iceberg, where the majority, the unconcious, is hidden from view. Sahaja Yoga, ( the state of being and the phenomena that it is, as opposed to the attempts by groups and individuals to organise themselves in a way that sustains that phenomena) makes us concious of the unconcious. How we react to those revelations determines wether we perpetuate ego or simply surrender to the divine
    ( which is in our hearts ) in awe and fascination of the miracle of life, like little children, thus thoughtlessly and spontaneously perpetuating ourselves as twice-born (Dwija-beyond ego ).

    Our dear and blessed Guru, Her Holiness Sri Mataji Nirmala Devi, has re-presented us with the correct archetypes to allow us to have kundalini awakening and navigate throught the collective unconcious by focussing on the appropriate archetypes, according to long established, and revised, scientific tradition. In that, she has answered the questions posed by Carl Jung, Freud’s nemesis. Freud could not see beyond his own lust to what is pure, insecure and bhooted-up man that he was.

    In so far as the archetype of Sri Kalki goes, it represents the kulmination of all the archtypes that correspond to the working of the autonomous nervous system, the internal mechanism of our being that relates to the singular truth of our existence within the inherent duality of all things made manifest.

    The crucial point here is it manifests at the juncture of the physical and the ethereal, therefore it is both in us and outside of us at the same time. ( Socrates related to this more eloquently and it would be worth looking for his discourses relating to the gods, the heavens, and us.)

    At that point we are already connected to everything, any conciousness otherwise, of difference, of the ‘other’, immediately breaks the connection. Paradoxically, and this is where most people stumble, one has to be a complete individual within oneself, totally unreliant upon external things for one’s concious existence. In that sate one is only concious of joy and bliss. Thereafter, whatsoever one does it will perpetuate the conditions conducive to others obtaining the same, BY THEIR OWN MERIT.

    This is what Sri Mataji has given us all already. It’s only our minds which get in the way of us ‘REALISING’ (as in …making it a reality ).

    When there we manifest the innocent love of children and are guided by the wisdom accumulated through many life-times, including this one, through our ‘gut-feelings’, instictively = without thought.

    We amy stumble and fall, but when we are there no’one is first and no’one is last.

    Let’s get there together.

    By the Grace of our Holy Mother, divine wisdom incarnate.

    Thank you Mother for your Love. JAI SRI MATAJI !!!

    • Peter Says:


      Our Ego is definitely against collectivity of Virata.

      We should remember the words of Shri Krishna:

      Prakriteh kriyamaanaani gunaih karmaani sarvashah;
      Ahamkaaravimoodhaatmaa kartaaham iti manyate.
      27. All actions are wrought in all cases by the qualities of Nature/Prakriti-Divine Mother/ only. He whose mind is deluded by egoism thinks: “I am the doer”.

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