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  1. Kundalini lies at the Base of the Spine and in the average man functions primarily in the vitalization of the body.

  1. Kundalini makes three at-onements during evolution:  

a) With the radiatory fires of the body, or prana  

b) With the fires of mind at the top of the spine  

c) With the fire of Spirit at a point where these two united fires of matter and mind issue from the

     top of the head.

  1. Each of the three channels within the spinal column blends these fires as they circulate through the triangle.

  1. When kundalini has blended with the pranic fire, the centers become three-dimensional; when it blends with Solar Fire, or mind, they are united and become fourth-dimensional.  When it blends with the Electric Fire of pure Spirit after the 3rd Initiation, they take on two more dimensions.

  1. Kundalini, as it is aroused, increases the vibratory action, not only of the centers, but in every atom of matter in all the bodies; Etheric, Astral and mental, which has a dual effect: 1) The elimination of course and unsuitable matter, in exactly the same way as a rapidly rotating wheel casts off matter from its surface.   2) It sweeps into its sphere of influence and builds it into its vibratory content.  

  1. Kundalini has two effects upon the Etheric web:  1) It purifies the Etheric form  2) The web is gradually destroyed and by the time of the third Initiation is reached, man should have continuity of consciousness.  (Unless he willingly forgoes the burning of the web by conscious action of the will.)


The senses might be defined as the means whereby the Thinker comes in contact with his environment, whereby he makes investigation and buys his experience and thus expands his consciousness.   The senses in the animal kingdom are ‘group faculty’ and demonstrate as racial instinct.  The senses in man are his individual asset and demonstrate as:  

a) The separate realization of self-consciousness  

b) Ability to assert that individualization  

c) A valuable means to self-conscious evolution  

d) A source of knowledge  

e) The transmuting faculty towards the close of life in the three worlds

Each of the five senses has a connection with one of the planes and also a correspondence on all planes:

1.  Physical – Hearing gives man an idea of relative direction and to locate himself.  

2.  Astral – Touch gives him an idea of relative quantity.  

3.  Mental – Sight gives him an idea of proportion and enables him to adjust his movements.  


4.  Buddhic – Taste gives him an idea of value, and to discriminate.  


5.  Atmic – Smell gives him an idea of innate quality, and enables him to find that which is the same

essence as himself.


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