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reply to post by LittleByLittle
So in other words, chakras cannot be proven to exist outside of an individuals imagination? Subjective perception?
Or what? Energy exists and can be recorded. On what band of the electromagnetic spectrum does a chakra operate?
Professor Valerie Hunt "Ever since the 1960s there has been much loose talk about raising vibrations. Over-used though this phrase may be, it should not be dismissed. For the past twenty years, Valerie Hunt, a professor of kinesiology [the study of human movement], has measured human electromagnetic output under different conditions. Using an electro-myograth, which records the electrical activity of the muscles, Hunt, like Motoyama [Dr Hiroshi Motoyama, scientist and Shinto priest], recorded radiations emanating from the body at the sites traditionally associated with the chakras. Through her research she made the startling discovery that certain types of consciousness were related to certain frequencies. She found that when the focus of a person's consciousness was anchored in the physical world, their energy field registered the frequencies in the range of 250 cps (cycles per second). This is close to the body's own biological frequency. Active psychics and healers, however, registered in a band between 400 and 800 cps. Trance specialists and chanellers registered in a narrow field of 800-900 cps, but from 900 cps onwards Hunt correlated what she termed 'mystical personalities' who had a firm sense of the cosmic interconnections between everything. They were anchored in reality, possessed psychic and healing abilities, were able to enter deep trance states, yet had transcended and unified the separate experiences through a mystic, holistic, metaphysical philosophy."
Actually nobody should activate chakra's because it's something made by Indian fathers for their sons, not any other country. They won't ever say it because they want others to be happy but if asked that would be their response. It was all part of a plan to identify patriots and the weaker links who could be influenced by other nations, which is not desirable in case of a looming war.
So people should just activate the holy spirit in Western countries. And if there's a guy complaining about sexuality just ignore him and see him as a voyeur, there to ensure it's all free will based. Yeah he doesn't like it but what if people abuse the holy spirit to have sex with children or rape people.
One could ask permission to use their system but I would advise people finish Christianity, or their own native religion first, then go to other countries to lecture them about what they are doing wrong.edit on 20/11/2013 by Dragonfly79 because: (no reason given)
reply to post by Unity_99
Im pretty sure chakra and chi were forbidden by all three Abrahamic Religions, which the punishment usually lead to death due to the believe of casting witchcraft. Funny how they aren't picky about white or black magic like many believe. I don't think they based of the Tao, but just used the virtues and positive qualities of a human being(s), and kept on dragging on the glory of the lord god, without inciting his anger...
Which is a lot like the tao, however, the tao is more about being down to earth, then another plane like heaven or hell, or a wrathful god.
Which is how most religions goes anyways.edit on 21-11-2013 by Specimen because: (no reason given)edit on 21-11-2013 by Specimen because: (no reason given)
The furnace is heated seven times. There are seven chakras in the body.
Kundalini is associated with “burning,” and Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego are placed in a “burning” furnace.
Kundalini “burns” (cleanses and opens) the seven chakras, effectively taking control over the intellect and emotions, and the divine mind (spirit) is now leading the individual.
Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego represent the physical body, our intellect, and our emotions (collectively comprising the EGO) which are killed off, manifesting the Christ within.
I now want you to note that the entire story of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego happens in Daniel chapter three. In the next chapter we have more confirmations that the entire narrative is about establishing the Christ within through the kundalini experience. Remember that Nebuchadnezzar made the golden idol to be worshiped? This represents idolatry, which is to worship anything outside of the truth within you. (Jesus said the kingdom is “within” you). So what happens to Nebuchadnezzar as a result? In the very next chapter of Daniel, I quote the scripture below:
“While the word was in the king’s mouth, there fell a voice from heaven, saying, O king Nebuchadnezzar, to thee it is spoken; The kingdom is departed from thee. And they shall drive thee from men, and thy dwelling shall be with the bests of the field: they shall make thee as oxen, and seven times shall pass over thee, unto thou know that the most High ruleth in the kingdom of men…”
I want you to notice two things here. Nebuchadnezzar has to eat grass like an ox. The ox always represents the physical / lower nature of man’s mind in the Bible
reply to post by LittleByLittle
Nothing can harm a person who faces fear head on - except an oncoming truck.