Holistic medicine, action on the Chakras

Holistic medicine, action on the Chakras

Since ancient times, the human being speaks about the energy of nature and the human body, this knowledge has been discovered and practiced by different civilizations: Indian in Ayurvedic medicine and the practice of yoga, Chinese by tao, acupuncture, remedies rebalancing the five elements and the five temperaments, Greec with Hippocrate, the Arabs with the medicine of salts and alkahests, the Africans, the South Americans, the Amerindians and the Celts who made quintessences fixing the energy of the plants that they diluted in mead.

They had all discovered that a plant or its extract doesn’t only contain active ingredients but does contain or fixes in its molecular structure energies.

Chi, Kai or Shakti are traditionally practiced in sciences such as yoga and martial arts.

The different energies that circulate inside the human body produce a halo of energy (electromagnetic field) more commonly named “aura” in the West. These energies circulate by lines or by meridians which are concentrated in energy wheels (vortex) named “chakras”. They correspond with the seven endocrine glands. Any matter and any living body emit energy in the “morphogenetic” field. The human aura can be broken down into nine layers or subtle bodies but only four are usually activated: the etheric (or vital) layer, the emotional layer, the lower mental layer and the higher mental layer. (See works of Harold Saxton Bürr (Professor of Anatomy at the Yale University School of Medicine) in 1937 and Ruppert Sheldrake biologist in 1981).

In 1939, Semyon Kirlian and his wife Valentina invented a system of photographs that allows to visualize a luminous halo (vital body in living beings and electromagnetic emanation that for objects) resembling a set of varied colors around objects or living beings (corresponding to different organs in humans). This luminous halo is explained by “a gaseous ionization generated in the immediate surroundings of the subject immersed in a strong alternating electric field”.

At the beginning of the XXth century also, the discovery of the biorhythms in several countries made it possible to emit studies which seem to confirm that from the birth to the death, each living being undergoes the influence in its physics of three main layers of a morphogenetic field: emotional, the lower mind, the intellect and the higher mind whose phases are said to be positive or negative. To these natural cycles have been added, in the morphogenetic field, other memories, such as the intuitive, cultural, spiritual or passional cycles which would give rise to calculations to evaluate the favorable and unfavorable moments for the accomplishment of certain actions. This halo of physical, emotional and mental or even higher energy seems in fact a materialization of the positive or negative functioning of the various functions of the organism, whether they are actually physical, emotional or mental. This research has led to the creation of different devices to measure the effectiveness of a therapeutic product, and its immediate action on different energy bodies: they can also compare the vital energy of vegetables or fruits, for example, grown either conventionally or biologically.

From the 1950s, many scientists from Russia, Eastern Europe and the West developed various technologies that allowed the measurement of the biorhythms, the quantitative and qualitative emission of the energy of the various organs of the body, as example in 1965, two English from the University of Birmingham, Smart and Milner, then later Christian Malézieux, Jean-Marc Connoir, then with Guy Gruais. Georges Guilpin, and Hervé Moskovakis, in turn, are doing research on electrography. Georges Hadjo has created electrophysionic devices (previously passing by electrography and then electrophotonics) that photograph the bioluminescence of any living being or any object or substance and more particularly acupuncture points: he then built a device or multiple data are stored in a program for immediate diagnosis.

For information, in 1975, the Americans Stanley Krippner and Daniel Rubin published a book, “The Energies of Consciousness”, which takes stock of the state of the world’s research, and inaugurates meetings of American and Soviet researchers devoted to research on the Kirlian effect. The Romanian Dimitrescu managed to highlight, by means of a derivative of the Kirlian effect, which he calls electronography, the acupuncture points that are in fact points of lesser resistance of the skin to the passage of electricity.

Finally, the development of these technologies today ranges from the measurement of energy to the control of parasites present in the body that resonate on different frequencies. It is even possible to check the compatibility of food or medicine on our body or that of animals, but also to compare the vibratory quality of a food and its molecular quality.

One of our Russian patients tested Lapis Elixir with a Scottish-made machine:


This device can diagnose the energy parameters of the deficient organs, but also to analyze and eliminate harmful parasites to the body through specific electromagnetic frequencies for each parasite and finally live check the biocompatibility of food and medicine or food supplements .

In the following example, the therapist and the patient had the great surprise (then in a second time scientists from the Russian Academy of Sciences), following the analysis with this device which measures the energy of 37 organs, glands and energy centers, to note that following the taking of a single dose of Lapis Elixir (measurements before and after) not only 46 parameters out of 47 returned to a normal energy amplitude but the aura reconstituted by the software shows that the energy is corrected and equilibrated.

Diagnosis :

Diagnosis after taking one single dose of Lapis Elixir :

Analysis of energy and parameters on 47 organs and functions before and after taking a single dose of Lapis Elixir :

Analysis of parameters on 47 organs and function

Express – интерпретация цвета Express – l’interprétation de la couleur Express – color interpretation
Гиперфункция резко выраженная Hyperfonction exprimée fortement Hyperfunction strongly expressed
Гиперфункция выраженная Hyperfonction exprimée Hyperfunction expressed
Гиперфункция умеренно выраженная Hyperfonction exprimée modérément Hyperfunction moderately expressed
Гиперфункция слабо выраженная Hyperfonction exprimée faiblement Hyperfunction weakly expressed
Норма Norme Norm
Гипофункция слабо выраженная Hypofonction exprimée faiblement Hypofunction weakly expressed
Гипофункция умеренно выраженная Hypofonction exprimée modérément Hypofunction moderately expressed
Гипофункция выраженная Hypofonction exprimée Hypofunction expressed
Гипофункция резко выраженная Hypofonction exprimée fortement Hypofunction strongly expressed

The Chakras

Correlations between the physical body and the subtle bodies

The human body, as an image of the universe, is composed of elements infinitesimally small and infinitely big. Hermès Trismegistus [See Notes 2, p. 12] called it this way: “whatever is at the bottom is similar to what is on top”. Our body is traversed by multiple circuits or energetic lines running in diverse directions from within as well as from outside the body. The Indians call these circuits the Nadi [See Notes 3, 4, 5 p. 12]. The Chinese call them the Meridians. Our human ancestors had a perfect knowledge of these energetic lines and their chakras as well of the different subtle bodies surrounding the physical body (consider the image of the nested Russian dolls one inside the other). The chakras along with the different vibratory envelopes of our body are in total resonance with the different frequency layers, themselves in relation with our universe composed of seven sub-universes and galaxies, therefore from the infinitesimally small to the infinitely big.

We have seven subtle bodies that are in relation with seven chakras, or wheels of light, each one having its own colour and a particular geometric form directly related to the seven endocrine (ductless) glands (the moods), and to the frequencies of the different planets of our universe.

Who are these seven chakras?

1 – Muladhara (colour red):

the first chakra is located at the base of the vertebrae. It represents the root where light mounts from the matrix. It is the location where life energy resides (stem cells) and are in relation with the adrenal glands. This chakra is compared to the sacred region and is sitting in the Lotus Position: it is Happiness.

Muladhara, the first chakra, puts the human body in vibrational resonance with the forces of our planet and the seventh chakra (the pituitary gland), In contrast Sahasrara puts the body in resonance with the most elevated cosmic forces of our solar energy.

The Muladhara chakra is the basic foundation of all the other chakras, and located at the base of the vertebral spine.

Our conscience, is, by this centre of the first chakra, linked to the existential will in all of its forms of material expressions in our physical world. It is the seat of the influence of the conscience of the Life of our planet, our “Mother Earth”.

The Sahasrara chakra is located at the summit of the skull and is the seat where the meeting of the developing conscience re-joins the physical matter. This fusion is made possible by the intervention of the Sushumna nadi.

Muladhara is the chakra responsible for the internal meeting within us of the monad, seat of the Father in us namely Sahasrara, while Muladhara is the Mother of the matter: The “Kundalini” is registered at the base of the spine.

2 – Swadhisthana (colour orange) the second chakra:

is the seat of the Ego (the higher Self, Universal consciousness). This is the unique location: where primal nature is irrigating the gonads or the ovaries. It is the seat of sexuality and the sensuality and actually greatly perturbed in our civilization.

3 – Manipura (colour yellow):

the third chakra: the city of the precious stones. It corresponds to the pancreas and the liver. It manages the emotional states and our ability to be confident and control our lives.

4 – Anahata (colour green):

the fourth chakra: the power that defines the superior character. It is the chakra of Love, of the Heart, Joy and inner peace.

5 – Vishuddha (colour blue):

the fifth chakra: the purification or the invocation (the verb). This is generally our ability to communicate, self-express feelings and the truth. It is in relation with the thyroid and the parathyroid.

6 – Ajna (colour indigo):

the sixth chakra: it is the centre of the third eye, and gives the ability to discern the hidden vision or the clear visions, and is the foundation for intuition, wisdom, imagination and our ability to think. It is in relation with the pituitary gland: the hypophysis.

7 – Sahasrara (colour violet):

the seventh chakra: it is at the summit of the skull and it corresponds to the seat of the state of awakened consciousness in the human and our ability to be connected spiritually. It controls the endocrine gland: the pineal gland (or epiphysis).

There exists another chakra located approximately twenty centimetres above the seventh chakra: it is the seat of the Universal or Cosmic Principal.

Chakras are in relation with virtues, qualities or vices of the psychological level.

1. Muladhara:

  1. virtue: temperance

  2. qualities: sobriety

  3. vice: gluttony

2. Swadhisthana:

  1. virtue: force

  2. quality: chastity

  3. vice: luxury

3. Manipura:

  1. virtue: prudence

  2. quality: tenderness

  3. vice: anger

4. Anahata:

  1. virtue: justice

  2. qualities: charity, fraternity

  3. vice: envy

5. Vishuddha:

  1. virtue: charity

  2. quality: generosity

  3. vice: greed

6. Ajna:

  1. virtue: hope

  2. quality: courage

  3. vice: laziness

7. Sahasrara:

  1. virtue, faith

  2. quality: humility

  3. vice: pride

The chakras also correspond to sounds, to geometric forms, the eight point of the double tetrahedron: levogyrous (left slanting) energy for males and dextrogyrous (right slanting) for females. They will react to different frequencies of our environment as well to our inner thoughts and emotions.

The vibrations of these chakras influence the vibratory quality of the reading of our DNA and our RNA. Our DNA is composed of four protein bases and twenty-four amino acids. It is the symbolic image of the four elements and the twenty-four energies, themselves composed of twelve positive energies and twelve negative energies.

Following our physical (life hygiene), emotional, mental and spiritual evolution, these wheels of light will act powered by their energies. They open vibratory doors (passage keys: vibratory energy / vibratory support). They act on the codification and the reading of our biological patrimony, and these provide us access to other consciousness planes that influence our life and its content in reality. We are built as a composite of a holographic organic ensemble, itself in relation with the Ensemble: The One (the Light or the Source).

Sahasrara is represented in the Buddhism by a head-dress that covers the head of Buddha “the thousand petals”. The Christians represent sanctity by an aureole circling the head of the saint or deity.

All the hormones and their functions are regulated by the Sahasrara chakra. It is the unique centre and the seat of the permanent atom of the human highest elevated conscience: the memory of our anterior conscience.

The Sahasrara centre, is characterized by its violet colour (esoteric) [See Notes 6, 7, p. 12]: and its white colour (exoteric). This chakra is the seat of the human monad and of Humanity: The Cosmic Father. The monad is a Being (yourself), that lives on its own plane of consciousness, and for each single human, corresponds one monad. The human being in general did not receive the teachings so he could be immediately at the stage of evolution that would enable him or her to be in immediate conscious relation with his/her own monad, itself in relation with the Father: The Universal Monad.

However, intermittently the Human receives stimuli from its monad that favour his/her progress (inspiration, genius ideas, brain wave). To achieve that, the mental and emotional part of the Human has to be like a clean glass that will allow the white light to pass through.

In the Indian texts, the Muladhara chakra carries inside itself, Ishta-devata: the representation of the Mother of the Universe, who is the incarnate [See Note 8, p. 12]: Mother of our planet, and the mastery of the kundalini energy that allows us to enter in contact with the fiery serpent Ishta-devata, our guardian angel, who will take care of the evolution of our soul just like a Mother. We owe to Istha-devata that the life evolution process is being accomplished by life experience (the Karma).

The Sahasrara chakra, the seat of the monad, our Father in ourselves, does not pursue the purpose to help us in our material physical life. Its purpose is that we reach the highest point of our evolution. Sahasrara is the reunion and the synthesis of all chakras. It is the centre of expression of the monad, the seat where the causal body of our soul is implanted; the yogis name it the «Brahmarandra», the lotus, or the seat of the Conscience of God Brahma or the God Father. It is in relation with the spiritual sun of our solar system.

The pineal gland (epiphysis) is very active in the early years of the child. This gland will enter into somnolence at the end of the first seven years which corresponds to the creation of the physical and ethereal body. From seven years old to fourteen years old is the period of development for the emotional body, from fourteen to twenty-one years old for the adjustment of the mental body, and from twenty-one years old (the age of attributed majority) to twenty-eight years old for the mental superior. The same identical phenomenon of the first seven years for the thymus goes on at the level of the fourth chakra: Anahata.

In different texts of ancient civilizations, at the moment of the liberation of the soul and according to the conscious level of the person, at the time of the physical death, the “soul” (or conscience) can exit the body: on the inferior or superior astral level by the third chakra, on the mental level by the fourth chakra, on the causal level by the fifth chakra, on the Buddhist level by the sixth chakra and on the Atman level by the seventh chakra. For the very advanced souls, Sahasrara that is the central chakra, become the exit door at the time of the physical death.

The Sahasrara chakra is composed of twelve (12) major petals, nine hundred and sixty (960) secondary petals of all variety of colours, and in its centre there are twenty-eight petals. The endocrine gland is the epiphysis and is also known as the pineal body. This chakra controls the choroid and hypothalamic plexus. It is the only chakra which is oriented towards heaven. Its corolla is white and violet in the centre and possess as a “Bija” the mantra [See Note 9, p. 12]: Om or Aum or Amen. The fifty (50) letters of the Sanskrit alphabet are repeated twenty (20) times and are read from right to left. Shiva is at the centre of the Lotus and is sitting on the cosmic swan Hamsa, symbol of the expiration [See Notes 10, 11, p. 12] Ham and the inspiration Sa.

The geometric figure which is the symbol of the coccyxgian [See Notes 12, 13 p. 12] Muladhara centre of energies, is a circle, and at the centre of this circle lies a square, and at the centre of the square lies a triangle pointing towards earth. It is the Tripura or the feminine symbol of the Shakti. [See Note 14, p. 12]. This feminine force personalizes Mother Earth. It is the telluric energy which is in contact with the heart of our planet.

At the centre of the Tripura triangle elevates the sex of a man under erection, the creative male power (the stick of life). Its Sanskrit name is Suyambhu Lingam: a serpent that coils itself around in three and one half complete tours and uses it head to completely cover the orifice of the lingam. This serpent represents the Goddess Kundalini. This contains the Shakti energy, the cosmic power of the mother and the incarnate material world. The energy of the Kundalini serpent is coiling from right to left (dextrorotatory).

The law of evolution pushes the spirit and the matter to fuse, then to incarnate into a physical form. It is the return of the conscience into the physical form: the carnation. And all carnation is a fusional meeting of two principles: Mother/Father.

The Kundalini is not woken up, nor does it elevate itself towards the seventh central chakra (coronal centre) until the condition where the other centres of energy, the chakras, have been fully re-harmonized, and when Ida, Pingala and Sushumna are free and open to circulation of the Mother energy. The human in our civilization is facing a severe reduction of the energy of these three nadi.

This is the reason why a physical regeneration workup (on the germinal atoms) is necessary in order that the energy can come back and re-harmonize the totality of the organic functions.

There exist very fine membranes built from etheric tissues in between each chakra. These membranes are found along the vertebral column. They will disappear in a natural manner to liberate the passage of the energy but only if you observe a good life hygiene and a mastery of your emotions.

The Kundalini is a full alchemy of the human being.

Our energetic centres (chakras) are in relation with the seven energetic centres of our planet and the seven vibratory planes of the universal conscience. The three Principles: Father, Mother, Son, represent the three alchemy principles: the sulphur, the salt and the mercury.

These three principles will carry the universal life energy to our body via our chakras, and by the physico-etheric body.

The chakras, or wheels of light, can be compared to flowers having petals that are in relation with the nadis (lines of energy). Each chakra receives light photons and registers a colour and emits a unique sound that indicates its individuality. These sounds can be registered on different octaves which we call mantras. We find them in almost all religious practices: in prayers, in praise, the OM in the Indian culture, and the Amen with the Christians.

Muladhara: four petals and four nadi.

Swadhisthana: six petals and six nadi.

Manipura: ten petals and ten nadi.

Anahata: twelve petals and twelve nadi.

Vishuddha: sixteen petals and sixteen nadi.

Ajna: ninety-six petals and ninety-six nadi.

Sahasrara: nine hundred and sixty petals and nine hundred and sixty nadi.

Each petal corresponds to a precise sound.

The Sun emits a vital energy composed of seven low frequencies. The seven frequencies of the chakras bring a dynamic energy to the seven worlds of the physical body: it is the solar Prana composed of particles issued from light. This light feeds the energetic centres of our planet on its physico-etheric level, which in turn, feeds our etheric body by the Swadhisthana chakra and more particularly by the spleen [See Note 15, p. 13] (which has a purple colour). The Prana or Pranic Force, floods all reigns of nature.

– The Muladhara chakra

is the seat of the feminine energy: The Mother of the World. It is related to the centre of our planet. This particular energy is at the moment at sleep for most human beings. In the old Indian texts, the Sumerian, the Babylonian, the Egyptian and South-American ones, Muladhara personalizes for every single human being the presence of the Mother of the World and its memory, equivalent to the salt principle in alchemy.

– The Sahasrara chakra

is the seat of the masculine energy and is located at the summit of the skull (Golgotha). It is the seat of the Father, equivalent to the sulphur principle in alchemy. The Father represents the presence of the monad, our conscience regulator.

The Father principle contains an energy electrical in nature related to life. It is called Fohat, representing the spirit of all universes, the creative power of the Father: the universal alchemy of sulphur: the first logos [See Note 16, p. 13].

We can say that Prana (the murmur, the humming) is the conscience of the universe, love, wisdom of the Son, and equivalent to the mercurial principle in alchemy: the second logos.

Reduced to a simpler expression, Muladhara encloses the Mother principle, Sahasrara the Father principle, Prana the Son principle.

Kundalini is related to the Akasha, the matrix, the memory: the matter of the universe, the intelligence of the Mother, the femininity, the salt principle in alchemy: the third logos.

These three forces act on matter from the infinitesimally small to its infinitely large. They constitute the energy of our physico-etheric body and inhabits our organic matter, and also the one of our planet earth, the Mother of every one of us.

In the molecular matter, or in the smaller atomic matter, we already have a representation of this principle by the existence of the electrons, neutrons and protons. And if we go even smaller, the quarks or the cations. These are submitted to a very particular Law: the electrical energy of the Father accelerates them. The magnetic energy of the Mother slows them down, the resultant of those two forces applied on the quarks or the tachyons [See Note 17, p. 13] contracts time.

The energy of the Son, by its electromagnetism, is providing their movement. It is our understanding that certain ancient civilizations had acquired this knowledge that allowed the understanding of the displacement in Space/Time.

They are the representation of the infinitesimally small, the energy that represents the Kundalini, or the third logos that is responsible of the organization in nature caused by a universal magnetic energy.

The Prana, the second logos: representing our soul, our universal conscience, brings the vitality to the matter by love: the wisdom of the solar Son and the laws of electromagnetism (which explains the art of healing only with the imposition of hands).

The spirit of the Father, the divine will (Fohat): the first logos, gives this cohesion to the matter in applying the universal laws of electricity (life).

These three principles form and constitute seven energy layers or quantic (quantum states).

These three logos compose the atomic matter, the etheric body (physical ether) and the cosmic ether or cosmic body.

The principle of the first logos: the Father, the monad and the Kundalini (third logos), the Mother, namely electricity and the magnetism, are fed with vital and dynamic energy by the son Prana: the second logos: the electromagnetism.

Each principle, salt (Mother) mercury (Son) and sulphur (Father) will supply life, force, wisdom, vitality to the physical etheric body and constitute or materialize the constitution and the movement of our four elements: earth, air, water and fire and the four temperaments: sanguine, lymphatic, melancholic, and bilious of the dense physical body; chemical.

In respect of the cosmic ether (its physical plane), it is composed of seven inhabited worlds.

  1. The world of God: the Adic plane.

  2. The world of the Virgin spirits: the Anupadic plane.

  3. The world of the Divine spirit: the Nirvana plane.

  4. The world of the Vital spirit: the Buddhic plane.

  5. The world of the Human spirit or the humanoid race: the Manasic plane.

  6. The world of the Desire: the Karmic plane.

  7. The Physical world: the Shulic plane.

The four cosmic worlds compose the immortal etheric body or the resurrection body: the light body.

The Sun emits a sevenfold vital energy that vitalizes and invigorates our dense organic structure, and our subtle energetic structure, but also to the subtle bodies of our planet.

The Prana is also important, more so than our feeding of the body. Incidentally, certain humans reach by the practice of Yogi/Christlike love and prayers, the level where they can abstain to organically feed themselves. This is due to an augmentation of the vibratory level of their entire body caused by the revelation of their spiritual conscience, the elevation of the soul.

The vegetal reign itself also absorbs this vitality of the Solar Prana, which Prana concentrates itself in the atmosphere until the middle of the night (the handover time of the Angelic magister). The vegetal reign fixes these life particles until dawn, the reason why the ancient herbalist doctors were picking up the medicinal plants at dawn with the rise of the sun. We must do the same for the spring dew (masculine) and the autumn dew (feminine), as well as for our vegetables of natural and ancestral origin in order to avoid any assimilation of genetically modified or cloned vegetal containing animal particles.

The ancient texts mention the existence of ten (10) sorts of Prana, seven of which having their specific principles and colours. In the Gheranda Samhita, a sacred Indian Book of more than many thousands of years, (one can ask how could they have possessed all this knowledge and which civilization brought it to them) they have been reduced to five (5) and we call them The five Vayu. They are the differentiation of the five Prana in the physico-etheric body but it is not necessary for our purpose to provide their signification. We will only mention that the figure five (5) is present everywhere: five fingers: five Mudras [See Note 18, p. 13]: five senses, etc… The number five is the only number for a square pyramid structure pointing to the sky, symbol of the father, and when pointing towards the earth, symbol of the mother.

The oldest written traditions, or the planetary oral traditions left over by the Nagas, the people of the Knowledge, teach us that our guardian angel (Ishta Devata) has his roots in the centre of our Muladhara chakra and that the Mother of the World is the incarnation of the origin of Life.

The fact is that our seventh chakra is the seat of the Father: the masculine principle, or the seat of our monad, our controller or adjuster of the spiritual conscience.

Kundalini, brings us to a comprehension and to experience a very important relation between the principle of the Father (the Monad) and the principle of the Mother (our memory) to fuse the two principles of the feminine and the masculine and thus exit the duality and return to the unifying principle, the androgynous state: the state of ONE.

Sahasrara, the coronal centre is the seat of a causal permanent germinal atom: the causal body itself. This causal germinal atom contains all the program of our evolution and brings us back to our perfection road. It contains and it has registered the physical and spiritual memory of our present life, and possesses in itself the memory of our passed existences: the personal ones.

So far, we have explained two germinal atoms: the Father Sahasrara, and the Mother Muladarha. We will proceed to explain the others.

Anahata, is the seat of the permanent physical atom. It is located at the point of the left ventricle of our heart.

Swadhisthana, with the centre of our spleen (purple colour) is the seat of the etheric permanent atom.

Manipura, is the seat of the emotional or astral permanent atom. It is located in the liver, in relation to the umbilical centre.

Ajna, the pituitary centre, hypophysis gland, is the seat of the mental permanent atom. The mental centre is composed of two parts namely: the mental inferior and the mental superior, that we prefer to define as the objective mental and the subjective mental.

The nadi or meridians, be they physical or physico-etheric are at the lines of circulation of the Pranic energy.

The tantric books (the Bhutashuddi Tantra) refer to seventy-two thousands nadi, that are in relation with the seventy-two thousands basic codification of our DNA and RNA (seventy-two thousands divided by seventy-two equals one thousand, a cabalistic number corresponding to the letter X, and this is certainly not by chance). Our DNA is itself composed of four proteins and twenty-four amino acids. Other texts, speak of five hundred and fifty thousand nadis, but most of them are not physical (meridians). All the nadi do not follow the trajectories along the nerves and arteries and veins (Chinese Medicine). Some of them are physical, others etheric. Those energy lines are vehicles between the centres of force: the chakras, the organs, the etheric body.

Kundalini is composed of three principle nadi: they are the founding stones, the pillars of our physical vehicle and they form the vertebrae column.

Pingana nadi: right canal, sulphur principle of the Father.

Ida nadi: left canal, salt principle of the Mother.

Sushumna nadi: central canal, mercury principle of the Son.

In the spinal cord, the spinal canal is located at the centre of the vertebral column. It is the cerebral-spinal nervous system, and it represents the organic and chemical materialization of Sushumna Nadi that takes its root in the sacred region of the coccyx (sacrum) and that goes up all the way to the summit of the skull passing through the nape of the neck, the bulbo-prominence zone Altha major, also a chakra, it represents the guardian of the threshold.

On each side of the vertebral column, there is a chain of ganglions reunited by nervous fibres; the sympathetic or the orthosympathetic vegetative. It also takes its root in the sacred zone and climbs up to the base of the skull, and stops at the Altha major.

The sympathetic is double: on the right side of the vertebral column, it is the organic materialization of the Pingala nadi and on the left of Ida nadi. The sympathetic is in relation via the in conjunction with the viscera of the digestive system, and the respiratory system as well as all the parts of the human body.

The sympathetic nervous system has a double polarity (+/-) and it gives informative frequency values emanating from the central nervous system.

These physiological processes along with the hormonal system are linked by the nadi (physical and etheric meridians) and by the chakras in relation with the endocrine glands. There exists a close rapport of functionality not only between the physical body, physico-etheric and etheric body, but also with the astral body (emotional) and the mental body that we can divide in two planes: the mental inferior and the mental superior, the latest receiving impulsions from the causal body.

The immortal body of the conscience contains the triple spirit, the triple divine personality, that the gnostics call the monad (the Father, the Mother and the Son in the Christian occultism). In the biblical texts, it is reported that the son is seated to the right of the Father: the Son being symbolized by the nadi Shushumna.

The nadi Shushumna is a subtle canal of energy linking the immortal causal body to the etheric body or physico-etheric mortal one.

The eyes as well as the nostrils are in contact with the energy of Ida et Pingala. Incidentally, we also find this analogic teaching in the Egyptian texts about the right eye and the left eye of Horus, the later will come back into the body of Osiris and becomes the son of Isis. We represent in old Egypt Isis holding in her arms Horus, the son of Osiris. The third eye is recalled in the Greek mythology (the Cyclopean Eye) but mostly the third eye of Horus: The Vesica Piscis[‘ mathematical and geometrical calculus brings us to the comprehension of the Zephyrs. We find the same symbols in the Indian texts.

To practice the Kundalini, we call amongst others the support of the Yogi murmur that carries the mastery of the five Pranas (five qualities of light) in relation with the germinal atoms. It is important to know the geometry and the colour of each chakra. To visualize the colour of a chakra during meditation may seem relatively simple, however to fixate that colour requires a long practice in the same manner of the mastery of the sounds or mantras that need to be pronounced over seven different octaves (from the lowest frequency to the highest). The Mudras [See Note 18, p. 13] and the position of the fingers and the hands is important, it permits to put into connection the different nadi with the chakras and the energies of the different consciousness planes.

The quaternary (four elements) brings its perfection in a fifth element: the triple element ether, withholding the three principles or the expression of the original life.

The first – superior ether: the Father, the sulphur principle.

The second – intermediate ether: the Son, the mercury principle.

The third – inferior ether: the Holy Spirit: the Mother, the salt principle.

The element earth:

Namely, the solid element, represents and contains the systems of assimilation and dissimilarity functions. This chemical element of solids, is also the physical attraction: the brain, the heart, the lungs, the spleen, the liver, the stomach, the intestines, the kidneys, the pancreas, the bladder, the vertebral column, the skeleton structure.

The element water:

Governs the system of endocrine and hormonal functions that drive the moods and their fluids.

The element air:

Governs the nervous functions in general (sympathetic and parasympathetic).

The element fire:

Governs the circulatory functions: arteries, veins. It constitutes the chemical form of the being and the vehicle of the ether.

The Three (3) Principles:

The inferior ether:

is manifested by the function and the sacred energy located at the base of the vertebral column. It is the survival energy, of reproduction of the male and female principle. It is the Symbol of the energy of the Holy Spirit. The Mother that irrigates the sacred zone, the seat of the Kundalini energy of the formal creation.

The intermediate ether:

it is manifested by the cerebral and spinal (vertebral column) function. It is the expression of the ether light that governs the temperature of the blood and the functions of the five senses. It symbolizes the energy of the Son that irradiates the cerebro-spinal system, the cerebellum. It is the ether of knowledge and experience (33 vertebrae).

The superior ether:

it is manifested by the etheric body. It acts through the system of cerebral functions – the highest functions of humans (pituitary and pineal). It expresses and acts on thoughts, it is the symbolic energy of the Divine Father that irrigates the brain of man. It is the ether that produces the expression of the human will.

We are in our structure composed of seven “clothes”: the physical chemical body, the physico-etheric body, the emotional body, the objective mental body, the subjective mental body that represents the body of reason (causal, intelligent, truth, manasic), the intuition body (love, wisdom, christic, Buddist, vital spirit), the will body (intuition, power, divinity, Divine atmic spirit).

There exists two other bodies, namely the anupadic body and the adic body.

The first four bodies represent the aspect matter and, the three other bodies, represent the spirit aspect. Human is body and spirit, and the soul exists within this body/spirit. It manifests itself by the subjective mental body or causal body that is the expression of the triple consciousness that comprises it.

Matter symbolically represents the universal feminine principle, the body of physical personality, material, our instinctive animal nature.

The spirit symbolically represents the universal masculine principle, the spiritual personality, the supra-conscious nature.

The human being is matter and spirit, it is an androgynous being, it is hermaphroditic in nature: it is the archetypal human being. The original hermaphrodite human that contains the eternal feminine and the eternal masculine. It was engendered by God at the origin.

From this fusion of our matter and our spirit, the son of man, our soul, our universal conscience is born. We are neither our body or neither our spirit, we are both at the same time in a quantum state.

The soul is a living entity, a brilliant light. It is not an animal matter, and it is not a pure spirit. It is semi-material, it is impregnated with the four elementary essences of the matter that form the personality of it.

It is a semi-spiritual being impregnated by the three superior principles: the essence of our spiritual nature.

The soul is not mortal like the body, it is neither eternal like the spirit but it is immortal like the conscience.


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