by Jeremy McDonald, September 7th 2016
The Kundalini or the Coiled ONE who lies in the lowest part of our Chakra System (root chakra); when awakened it rises through the 7 Gates (7 Chakras) it ascends up what is called the: Sushumna; and as it makes it’s ascent it activates each Chakra along it’s path… as it does this it changes the nervous system within the body opening up new pathways and attuning the body to the new energy. It rises up and illuminates all the Chakras of the body and illuminates the body.
- Ida is associated with lunar energy. The word ida means “comfort” in Sanskrit. Idā has a moonlike nature and feminine energy with a cooling effect. It courses from the left testicle to the left nostril and corresponds to the Ganges river.
- Pingala is associated with solar energy. The word Pingala means “tawny” in Sanskrit. Pingala has a sunlike nature and masculine energy. Its temperature is heating and courses from the right testicle to the right nostril. It corresponds to the river Yamuna.
The Ida and Pingala are often seen as referring to the two hemispheres of the brain.
- Pingala is the extroverted, solar, and corresponds to left hemisphere .
- Ida is the introverted, lunar, and refers to the right hemisphere of the brain.
- The 7 Gates are discussed in the story of Inanna and her descent into the underworld as she crosses through 7 gates shedding away her stories about her life, & freeing herself from the baggage preventing her from Illumination.
- 7 Chakras as I talked about above when I described the Kundalini
- Now in biblical scripture we are talking about 7 seals..
The similarities are amazing and it’s very obvious that each of them represent the same thing but in different stories.
So how can the current ministers, priests and or pastors of churches miss this very scripture?
The lamb in the bible was often used as a symbol for peace purity and it would stand to reason a person who was awakened filled with the illumination of the Kundalini energy rising and overwhelmed by the Holy spirit would be at peace.
It will of course take practice and it will take patience and it is not something we can force.
Much love to all of you!
About The Author
Jeremy McDonald has had a deep passion for human dynamics and has spent his adult life studying concepts of healing, mindfulness, consciousness and many other subjects. He was formally trained in Adult Learning theories and has worked as a Corporate Trainer for a number of years. He has also been a public speaker for the past 20 years helping others find their full potential. He strives to be the constant student realizing life is only happening to it’s fullest when we are expanding our growth and knowledge. We are all teachers and students and this relationship is a flow between the two. Follow him on – Facebook: @JeremyMcDonaldLLG, Twitter: @Lamplightgroup.
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