The whole process of the ‘return to the ONE’ is reflected in the evolution
of life on the earth, from the first living cells, to the appearance of
vegetation, animals and man, evolving in ever higher stages of existence.
In this development, humankind has been enlarging the capacity of its brain,
thus creating an expanding consciousness. Imbedded in sections of the human
brain there exists, presently unused, capacities which may enable higher
states of awareness. This has been apparent in a few individuals over the
ages, and, has bestowed upon us the founders of the great religions,
mystics, and individuals of genius in the arts and sciences.
Today there are more and more cases of that which is known in the east as
the awakening of Kundalini. An American medical doctor informed the author
that she had seen a thousand cases of awakened Kundalini in her practice.
At the beginning of this discourse, it is stated that consciousness is one
of the three attributes of the ONE. Kundalini (when healthy) accelerates the
process of expanding consciousness and a return to the Source.
In Hindu tradition this impulse to return to the Source is described as a
white snake, lying asleep, curled up in the lowest chakra. When the time is
ripe, she uncurls and rises in the spine in order to unite with her spouse,
the supreme Lord Shiva, at the crown chakra. This serpent is simultaneously
the Shakti, the all-creative half of Shiva, who abides aloof in the eternal
bliss of supreme meditation.
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