Originally posted by TgSoe
In Hindu occult practice (the main root of the New Age Movement) there are 7 major centers for kundalini energy. By occult methods using meditation,
drugs, visualization, yoga and whatever means necessary, initiates seek to awaken the sleeping fiery serpent (kundalini) for a "higher" state of
Do you know what the 7 sacred truths associated with the 7 Chakras are? For those who don't and actually consider them to be "Luciferian", here
Chakra 1-Sacred Truth: All is One
You are connected to all of life. Every choice you make and every belief you hold exerts influence upon the whole of life.
Chakra 2-Sacred Truth: Honor One Another
Every relationship you develop, from casual to intimate, helps you become more conscious. No union is without spiritual value.
Chakra 3-Sacred Truth: Honor Oneself
Be mature and honorable in the relationship you have with yourself and accept responsibility for the person you have become
Chakra 4-Sacred Truth: Love is the Divine Power
Emotional energy -- love -- is the central power point and true motivator of your body, mind and spirit.
Chakra 5-Sacred Truth: Surrender Personal Will to Divine Will Power
Your every choice, thought and feeling has biological, environmental, social, personal and global consequence. Actions motivated by personal will that
trusts Divine authority, gives you the richest power.
Chakra 6-Sacred Truth: Seek Only the Truth
Continually search for the difference between truth and illusion, the two forces present at every moment. Trust what you cannot see far more than what
you can see.
Chakra 7-Sacred Truth: Live in the Present Moment
Achieve a personal relationship with the Divine. All physical, psychological and emotional illusions or fears, need to be removed from your life. Let
go of the past, do not anticipate the future and live in the presence of the Divine.
The parallels between these sacred truths and the truths in Jesus' teachings is quite clear to anyone seeking honest spiritual understanding. If you
are too closed-minded to see the obvious, then nothing anyone says will make any difference. Here is a good illustration of the Hindu beliefs. It
can be found in the Rig-Veda (Hindu Scriptures):
Truth is one; sages call it by various names,
it is one sun which reflects in all ponds.
It is the one water which slakes the thirst of all;
It is the one air which sustains all life.
It is the one fire which shines in all houses.
Colors of the cows may be different, but the milk is white.
Flowers and bees may be different, but honey is the same.
Systems of faith may be different, but God is one.
As the rain dropping from the sky wends its way toward the ocean,
So the prayers offered in all faiths reach the one God, who is supreme