When unconscious became conscious this is Samadhi

Indigenous peoples of Panama show Kundalini July 13, 2016

After my visit to Panama I realized that native people of Panama show kundalini in their molas.

Looks like they have knowledge about this Primordial energy.

“And this pure desire is within you as Kundalini. She is the reflection of the Holy Ghost. The Holy Ghost is the power ­- is the Primordial Mother – of God Almighty; is the pure desire of God Almighty, and this power is the Primordial Mother. In Greek they call her Athena, and in India she is called the Adi Shakti. So this power rises and connects you to the mains as well as it connects you to the Spirit. The Spirit is the reflection of God Almighty, and the Holy Ghost is the reflection of the Primordial Mother. So the Primordial Father is God Almighty and the Primordial Mother is the Holy Ghost. “

Shree Mataji Nirmala Devi, July 2nd, 1992, Amsterdam (Holland)



The Power of Adi Shakti November 17, 2013


The Mahasaraswati Power December 22, 2010























By this power Pranava is transformed as a material power. In order to create galaxies and solar systems, Adi Shakti travels in a parabola and creates a path. FIGURE 2

As shown in Figure 2, She moves on this parabolic path and returns to the same point again and again. Sometimes She moves in a circle (Valaya), and revolves round and round many times on that circle until the circle gets consolidated with Pranava. When consolidation reaches a point of saturation, and the circle cannot bear it any more, it explodes. One solid round mass then shatters into fragments with odd angularities. With the momentum of the movement of this luminous revolving force, the fragments also assume the same movement, and start revolving with the momentum of force. The angularities of the fragments break into smaller pieces, and with friction and rotation, they become smooth and rounded. The original parabolic movement and the rounding movement merge to form a combination of both. In this way these rounded bodies start revolving around the central body of the Sun in an elliptical manner.

The Sun rotates but is fixed on the Adi Pingala Nadi. Our Milky Way was created by the spiral movement of Pranava. In this way universes were created and destroyed many times in different planes and in different periods.

In our solar system, Earth was chosen as the stage on which to create human beings. The way in which the Earth was created and positioned in the solar system was done very humanely. In the beginning what is now Earth was broken from the Sun and taken far away close to the Moon, which was placed on the Adi Ida Nadi.

In this position the Earth cooled down very fast, and it became completely frozen. The grace of Mahasaraswati drenched it with water, or we can say She did it with the tears of Her Love. Then it was brought to a position much nearer the Sun so that the Sun’s rays could defreeze the planet. When the Earth was frozen it shrank in size, and was completely covered in ice. Being brought much closer to the Sun, the ice melted and water covered the surface everywhere. Under the waters, the inner hot lava of the Earth’s core formed a curved surface, like a tortoise’s shell, and pushing upwards emerged out of the waters. When the lava and hot gas came in contact with the cold water, it cooled and hardened. The Earth’s crust was later formed when lava tried to escape and crevasses were created.

Out of these crevasses, lava oozed and that is how mountains were created. Under the heat of the Sun, the Earth was baked and hardened. The lava now exerted new pressure, and cracked the Earth on the equator and lower hemisphere. Again the Earth was taken nearer the Moon, and the big new cracks were covered with ice. This process of cooling and heating was undertaken many times. In this way the oceans were created.

It was then that the Earth was brought to an adjusted exact position between the Sun and the Moon where life could be brought about and sustained. Much later, the same freezing and heating process of the Earth brought forth amino-acids, the seeds of life, in the water of the oceans. Very clearly the combination of electro-magnetic vibrations with oxygen from the Sun brought about the existence of life. Electro-magnetic vibrations became the pulsations of life (Prana) due to the Sun’s rays. For the first time the two powers of material and existence of Adi Shakti worked together in an integrated way.

This was the beginning of life (Prana), and even after the creation of life itself, the Earth was again adjusted to the perfect position just right for life to exist and prosper near the Sun. This beautiful and delicate adjustment was done with all Her care and Divine Love by Adi Shakti, the Primordial Mother.

In the chapter on the Swadhisthan Chakra, it is clearly explained how the Primordial Mother created the Adi Swadhisthan Chakra, which grew out of the Adi Nabhi Chakra. A lotus emerged from the navel of Adi Vishnu, and on top of that lotus Adi Brahmadeva was born. He is the Presiding Deity of the Adi Swadhisthana Chakra, and uses Divine Power for His role of creation. This Chakra dangles in the Void in a clockwise circular motion. Adi Brahmadeva, who is the Deity responsible for looking after the material side of life, creates matter through the power of Adi Shakti. He is also described in detail in the chapter on the Swadhisthana Chakra. In human beings He exposes both material knowledge (Science) and aesthetics (Arts) which underlie matter and its creation. He expresses Adi Shakti’s aesthetics through the creation of variety and harmony. All the beauty of Nature is created through Him. His Consort and Power is Adi Saraswati, an aspect of Adi Shakti, who is the Goddess of Learning and of Knowledge as well as of Art and Music. She is the embodiment of absolute aesthetics that set up waves of spiritual joy which bring about the creation of delicate works of art. She also imparts knowledge to human beings, allowing them thus to evaluate the aesthetic value of Her creation.

This dangling Adi Swadhisthana Chakra moves in a circle in different planes with its centre at the navel. The circle it describes is known as the Adi Void, and contains the whole of the physical universe including the Earth and the rest of our solar system. At two points, the circle also intersects the two Adi Nadis: where it first passes over the Adi Pingala Nadi, the Sun is placed at that point of intersection; and where it first passes over the Adi Ida Nadi, the Moon is placed on that point of intersection. For that reason the Pingala Nadi is also known as the Sun Channel (Surya Nadi), and the Ida Nadi as the Moon Channel (Chandra Nadi). In the Kshirasagara Stage they move vertically also, but in the Bhavasagara they appear to move only concentrically. Ha is the Sun and Tha is the Moon, so Hatha Yoga means the meeting of these two channels. This is where the subtle centres of Sun, Moon and Earth are placed on the three channels:

* The Sun is placed where the Navel Centre (Adi Nabhi Chakra) touches the Adi Pingala Nadi

* The Moon is placed at the Left Heart Centre (Adi Anahat Chakra) on the Adi Ida Nadi

* The Earth is placed at the back of the Abode of Kundalini (Mooladhara).

The left side of the Primordial Brain represents the Primordial Ego. On the right side of the Primordial Being lies the Adi Pingala Nadi which creivity. These are acts of a possessed mind, and the entities who possess are all the time connected with the collective subconscious mind from where many other dead spirits pour into the so-called elite gatherings. Battered by too great an invasion of such entities who want to enjoy at the cost of the subject, such souls remain all too often in the unnatural state of excitement and agitation. The eyes of human beings were not meant for feeling sexual experiences, and because of perversion, people who get hooked on this pastime become impotent too early in life. In the course of time such individuals become the best mediums for entry and possession by depraved, sex-hungry and impotent disembodied spirits who get attracted and are ever waiting to gain entry into such conditioned living human beings in order to play out their unrequited desires. As a person indulges more and more in such habits, groups of spirits crowd up to descend into him with pathetic results. He carries this kind of possession through many lives, and explains why so many important people – Kings, politicians, administrators and scientists – are so very depraved from their birth.

The pathetic victim of such a possession compromises by first denying to himself that he has such an ugly habit. Shri Ganesha is a Deity ever-awake however and knows every hypocrite, so it is not therefore wise to try to cheat him. It is exceedingly hard to recommend one’s case for Self-realization to Shri Ganesha without it being merited. Such a person may lose his eyesight, or suffer from weak vision. There are many other causes of blindness, but this habit definitely causes reddening of the eyes or loss of sight very early in life. Memory loss is another ailment that stems from this habit. Eventually these people cannot enjoy anything else but sexual perversion through the eyes. If they go to a movie, a musical concert, a play or any other public performance, they are so busy indulging in their addiction that they cannot really enjoy the performance, and end up wasti been thrown out of the evolutionary process. There are very few who are really great souls (Siddhas).

Realized souls who have reached the stage of God-realization, and on whom Brahmadeva bestows His powers are very rare and never show off their tricks or Siddhis, because these powers are not very important to them. This includes Deities and Incarnations like Hanumana and Jesus Christ. These powers come to them as a part of their nature, and through them they can control the Sun, and the rain and other elements by the grace of Brahmadeva.

Powers like flying through the air, floating on water, being buried underground, stopping the sunrise or drinking up the oceans can also be performed with the help of disembodied spirits. It is easy to distinguish real Siddhas from impostors. Siddhas never use their powers for their betterment or fame or material well-being.

Those who are non-realized are the impostors, and use Siddhis of disembodied spirits to perform their tricks. There are some very powerful and dedicated wives (Pativrata) who have also mastered such powers over material manifestation by their obstinately selfish love for their husbands. With the exception of a few realized souls, all take the help of supraconscious entities to achieve their goals. They work on their Pingala Nadi and use all their energy for the development of the ego. They gradually lose their emotional nature, becoming so dry that they are able to curse and reduce others to ashes (Bhasmisat). They are incapable of understanding Divine Love. With such a one-sided inhuman attitude it is very difficult to achieve Self-realization. Most of them eventually become satanic in temperament. Very few of them who practise obstinacy about abstinence get salvation. Only those who maintain the balance of abstinence through love can be saved. Such cases are very few. They are the real Yogis for they stay in forests and preserve their energies. They live close to Mother Nature and follow all the six golden rules of Hatha Yoga under their Guru.

Hatha Yoga and Raja Yoga are forbidden to married people because the disciples have to consecrate all their energy to follow this hard path. They must get their instruction from a Guru who is a realized soul, and leads a very pious and affectionate life, and who does not take any money from his disciples. Real Yogis worship Adi Shakti in different forms. Their emotional side is nourished and looked after by their Gurus, who are themselves evolved souls, and who treat their disciples with great care and love. Seekers on this path, despite all dedication, plod for thousands of years. In the end, when they are tired, they spontaneously surrender to Sahaja Yoga which  pours the grace of Adi Shakti into them through the All-pervading Power of Pranava. Those Yogis who have achieved Self-realization by complete purification via this path are very rare, but of the highest quality.

In Hatha Yoga a seeker cleanses his body and mind through severe abstinence, whereas in Sahaja Yoga the seeker is blessed with vibrations which clean him and expedite his purification. It is like the difference between walking a long distance to reach your destination, or taking a car ride to complete the journey in a fraction of the time instead.

Supraconscious spirits are to be found on the right side within the Body of the Virata. Such souls go there after death are reborn again and again on this earth. Some of them go to the other extreme and take to the left channel life. Supraconscious people who continue to work in this channel later on acquire Siddhis which they use for their own material gain. All such extreme cases fall out of the evolutionary process, and into Hell. As they have no sustenance or Deities to rule their Chakras, they are born again as monsters. Working on their own, outside the plan of Almighty God, they become malignant and arrogant, sometimes posing as Men of God. They make false promises and take no responsibilities.


The Powers of Adi Shakti and the Three Gunas December 19, 2010

Adi Shakti is the Power of Almighty God which is a single and integrated power. Although She exists as a complete and all-pervading power, She manifests through three separate powers. It is not possible however to completely separate the three powers of Adi Shakti from each other, because these powers belong to one personality, and are expressions of Her three moods (Gunas).

Additionally, it is a very difficult task to explain the manifestation of Her power which is far above human comprehension. Human beings have very limited weapons of perception (Ayudha) to understand Her. This can be explained by the analogy of a flute where the air passing through the instrument is a single current only, yet is capable of forming seven notes. In the same way, the one power of Adi Shakti is manifested in three forms while Her fourth integrated form is the source of the three powers. The power of Adi Shakti, the integrated complete form, is Pranava (Ruh, Anahalk, Rukh, Omkara or Holy Ghost). From this one can understand how OM (Pranava) is comprised of three separate forms ‘Aa’, ‘Oo’ and ‘Ma’.

These powers are:

1)      The material power

2)      The existence power

3)      The sustenance power


Samkhya Philosophy – Srimad Bhagavatam Purana December 12, 2010

The Samkhya Philosophy.
An extract from chapter 291 of the Srimad Bhagavatam.

“In the beginning Brahman was, and nothing else. Brahman the soul of all
souls, the Lord of Prakriti, the cause and the effect blended into one. He
was the Seer and, in the beginning there was nothing to be seen. The
Brahman was self-luminous. Prakriti was in Him. The power of the
Manifest Himself was in him.

In the beginning, the Gunas (attributes), Sattva (truth), Rajas (passion) and
Tamas (ignorance) were perfectly balanced. They were in equilibrium.
Another powerful aspect of the Brahman is Kāla, time. Now, because of the
passage of time, the balance in the Gunas was upset, disturbed. There was a
throb of unrest and this disturbance had in it, the germ of creation.
The power because of which the Purusha (Spirit) creates the universe is
called Prakriti (Ādi Shakti), the active aspect of the Brahman which is all
consciousness, awareness.

This consciousness manifested itself in the form of Universe ruled by the
three gunas and their sway. The original soul, the Universal Spirit altered its
appearance, meaning, it became the cause as well as the effect, the Seer as
well as the seen, the Doer as well as the Deed.

The disturbance in the equilibrium of the Gunas was the cause of the
manifestation of Prakriti. Out of Prakriti was evolved the Mahat-tattva
(=buddhi,’intellect”). Mahat is all light. It swallowed the darkness which
had enveloped everything during the great annihilation, the great Deluge
during the previous Kalpa.

The Mahat tattva became transformed into the
Aham-tattva (sense of individuality, ego).
Aham-tattva is Kriya Shakti, the power of action.
Aham-tattva is seen to have three aspects:
Sattvic Aham-tattva which is also called Vaikārika (subject to change),
Rajas Aham-tattva which is also called Taijasa (brilliant),
Tamas Aham-tattva which is also called Tamasa (darkness).
Out of the Sattvic Aham-tattva is born the mind, Manas.
Out of the RājasicAham-tattva are born the Indriyas, the sense organs.
Out of the Tamasic Aham-tattva are born the five Maha-bhutas (material

The essential features of the Aham-tattva are again three:
Karya- action itself because of the Tamasic aspect.
Kartutva- the power of becoming a performer of action, as a result of the
Sattvic aspect.
Karanatva- causing the performance of the action which is the result of the
Rājasic aspect.

Peace, which is Shānti, anger which goes by the name Raudra, ignorance
which is named Avidya, are again three more characteristics of Sattvic,
Rājasic and Tamasic Aham-tattvas.
Because of the Sattvic Aham-tattva the mind begins to function. The power
to think is there and out of it are born perception and desire.
The Karmendriyas, the organs of action, and the Gñyanendriyas, the
organs of perception are born of the Rājasic Aham-tattva. Out of the
Tamasic Aham-tattva are born the Maha-bhutas, the elements, and the
Tan-matras (objects of the senses).

The first is the Shabda matra, sound, the subtlest of the five: in association
with it is born Ākāsha, the sky, ether.
Ether conducts sound and it is, like sound, all-pervading.
Sparsha Tan-matra occurs next: the sense of touch, and in association with
it, Vāyu, the air which, again, permeates everything. Sparsha has in it the
quality of Shabda also. Vāyu conveys sound as well as touch, both these
sensations. Incidentally, the air is slightly more tangible than the ether, and to that extent, it is grosser than ether.

Then is formed Rūpa Tan-matra: what can be perceived since it will have a
form. With this Tan-matra, in association with it was born Fire or Light.
Rūpa Tan-matra now has three qualities, Shabda, Sparsha and Rūpa. It is
evidently more gross than air as it is more tangible.

The next Tan-matra is to be formed is Rasa Tan-matra and complimentary
to it, water. Water has four qualities: Shabda, Sparsha, Rūpa and Rasa.
The last and the grossest of them all is formed last. Gandha Tan-matrā, the
sense of smell, and with it is born the Earth. The Earth has all the five
qualities in it, Shabda, Sparsha, Rūpa, Rasa and Gandha.
Prakriti is also known as Saguna Brahman (having attributes) as against
the Nirguna Brahman (attribute-less) which is the Brahman in the
absolute form. The power underlying the five Mahābhūtas is collectively
known as Dravya Shakti; the power lying in the Indriyas is known
collectively as Kriya Shakti, the power of Prakriti and the Ishwara
presiding over this is known as the Gñyāna Shakti.

Prakriti is made up of:
Priťhvi Earth }
Āp Water }
Tejas Fire or light } The five Mahā-bhūtas (gross elements)
Vāyu Air }
Ākāśh Ether or sky }

Gandha Smell }
Rasa Taste }
Rūpa Sight } The five Tan-matras (subtle elements)
Sparśha Touch }
Śhabda Sound }

Śhrotra Ears }
Tvach Skin }
Chakshus Eyes } The corresponding Indriyas (senses)
Rasana Tongue }
Ghrana Nose }

Vāk Speech }
Pani Hands }
Padam Foot } The Karmendriyas (5 organs of action)
Upastham Generative organ}
Payu Excretory organ }

The Antah-karana (internal organs) is of four kinds: Manas, Buddhi,
Ahamkāra and Chitta. These twenty-four features namely the five Mahabhutas,
the five Tan-matras, the five Indriyas, the five Karmendriyas
along with the four Antah-karanas comprise the Saguna Brahman.

Kāla, time, is also considered as the twenty-fifth feature. Some thinkers
deem Kāla to be that ultimate end of which men are frightened, men who are
ignorant of the glory of Ĩshwara and who are caught up in the web spun by
Prakriti, men who are deluded by the ego which manifests itself and
becomes all-powerful.

Ĩshwara who is without the Gunas who is the cause of the manifestation of
Prakriti is the twenty-fifth feature. With His Māyā and with the help of
Kāla, Ĩshwara inhabits every living and every created being: the living
beings as Purusha and the outside as Kāla which is the end of everything
and the beginning too.

The supreme aspect of the Antah-karana is reflected in the Mahat-tattva
which is all light. Purursha is ever found in the Mahat. This is to be
worshipped as Vāsudeva (Shri Krishna), the highest Purusha. Ananta, the
thousand headed, who pervades the Bhūtas, the Manas and the Indriyas
has to be worshipped Sankarshana (Shri Balarāma) in the Aham-tattva
Sankarshana has to be worshipped since he is the Ahamkāra in its absolute
form: the Ego before any transformation takes place.

Manas Tattva is the power of thinking, particularly in the field of feelings,
Kāma or desire, likes and dislikes, mental bondage and similar feelings.
This aspect of the Aham-tattva is worshipped as Aniruddha (Krishna’s
grandson), dark and charming like a blue lotus, flowering during the season,
autumn when the skies are blue and not marred by the rain-bearing clouds.
Chitta is the Buddhi which functions through the brain of created beings.
This is more intellectual than emotional and Pradyumna is the form in which
the Chitta is worshipped.

The Adhishtata, the controlling power, for the
Mahat-tattva which is worshipped as Vāsudeva is Kshetra-gñya. For
Ahamkāra worshipped as Sankarshana, the Adhishtata is Rudra.
Chandra (moon) is the Adhishtata for Manas which is worshipped as
Aniruddha while Brahmā is the Adhishtata for the Chitta or Buddhi
which is worshipped as Pradyumna (God of Love, Krishna’s son).
Vāsudeva is also said to represent the Vishva (intellectual faculty),
Sankarshan, the Taijasa (life energy, spirit, power),
Pradyumna, the Prāgñya (intelligence), and
Aniruddha, the Turiya (the fourth state of pure spirit).”


I am Alpha and Omega November 18, 2009

“I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and last.
Blessed are they who do His commandments, that they may have right to
the Tree of Life,
And may enter in through the Gates of the City.
For without are dogs, and sorcerers, and whoremongers, and murderers,
and idolaters, and whosoever love and makes a lie.
I Jesus have sent mine angel to testify unto thee these things in the
I am the root and offspring of David, and the bright and morning star.
And the Spirit and the Bride say, Come. And let him that hears say,
And let him that is athirst come, and whosoever will, let him take
the Waters of Life freely.”
Revelations 22:13-17

Tree of Life – The subtle system consisting of nadis, chakras and

Gates – The very narrow Agnya chakra located at the optic chiasma
where resides the Universal Savior Shri Jesus Christ;

City – The Sahasrara, Thousand-Petalled Lotus, or Kingdom of God;

Churches – “Once there was a single Christian group, Jesus of
Nazareth’s tiny band of twelve apostles; now there are thousands. It
has been estimated that there are some twenty-two thousand separate
and distinct Christian groups around the world.” (Charles Templeton,
Farewell to God, The Canadian Publishers, 1996 p. 130.)



Waters of Life – “. . . water is a very holy thing. . . This is the
time of Aquarius means the Kundalini is made of Divine Water.”- Shri
Mataji Nirmala Devi


That’s all I want. August 1, 2008


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