RE: Re Chakras and the Bandhas
Feb 26, 2002 04:26 PM
Tuesday, February 26, 2002
As I read the contribution, and list below it strikes me that the
use of the word "bandha" should raise a cautionary note. As far
as I know, it implies a bond or a "tie" to that particular
attribute, power or "center'. Only the lower nature of man --
the psychic and the physical -- are ever influenced or affected
by outside attributes or forces. In the personal man they
reflect and magnify the desire principle, and selfishness.
Everyone of them is in the manifested plane -- hence relates to
the lower, the physical and the psychic. Theosophy recognizes
them but deals with the Manasic, Buddhic and Atmic principles and
man's development and progress in their use.
The Spiritual powers and "chakras," if any, are left undescribed.
But then again, I may be wrong.
From: Gerald Schueler
Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2002 6:01 AM
Subject: Theos-World Re to Brigitte
<<<The 8 system originates with the ancient Indian alchemical
tradition where there are the different stages or forms of
murcchita, mrtasuta, jalukabandha, muttibandha,
pattabandha,bhasmasuta, khota bandha, and finally is purified to
arota wich is Brahma , the unifying principle.>>>
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