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Jun 2 16 10:00 AM
“A sadhu from Rishikesh visited here. He said to me, ‘How wonderful! I have seen five kinds of samadhi in you.’
Vivekananda a student of Ramakrishna also spoke of Kundalini:
"Then the disciple prepared tobacco for Swamiji and when he returned with
it, Swamiji spoke as he puffed at it, "Within there is the lion — the
eternally pure, illumined, and ever free Atman; and directly one
realises Him through meditation and concentration, this world of Maya
vanishes. He is equally present in all; and the more one practises, the
quicker does the Kundalini (the 'coiled-up' power) awaken in him. When
this power reaches the head, one's vision is unobstructed — one
realises the Atman."
"Now the Divine Mother — the embodiment of illumination — is
sleeping within, hence you do not understand this. She is the Kundalini. When,
before meditating, you proceed to "purify the nerves", you must
mentally strike hard on the Kundalini in the Mulâdhâra (sacral plexus), and
repeat, "Arise, Mother, arise!" One must practise these slowly.
During meditation, suppress the emotional side altogether. This is a great
source of danger. Those that are very emotional no doubt have their Kundalini
rushing quickly upwards, but it is as quick to come down as to go up. And when
it does come down, it leaves the devotee in a state of utter ruin."
So this is seeing and genius? Or is it something else?
In the Forward to "The Gospel of Ramakrishna" (by Aldous Huxley) we find right at the start:
"In the history of
the arts, genius is a thing of very rare occurrence. Rarer still, however,
are the competent reporters and recorders of that genius."
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