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The following references and quotations which talk about the Rainbow Bridge and Shaktipat (which is the key to Self-unfoldment, continuity of consciousness, immortality, transformation of oneself, freedom, peace, bliss, joy, illumination, intelligence, love, wisdom and power) are from the Bible:
"I do set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be for a token of a covenant between me and the earth." Genesis 9:13
"As the appearance of the bow that is in the cloud in the day of rain, so was the appearance of the brightness round about. This was the appearance of the likeness of the glory of the Lord. And when I saw it, I fell upon my face, and I heard a voice of that spake." Ezekiel 1:28
"And he that sat was to look upon like a jasper and a sardine stone: and there was a rainbow round about the throne, in sight like unto an emerald." Revelation 4:3
"And I saw another mighty angel come down from heaven, clothed with a cloud: and a rainbow was upon his head, and his face was as it were the sun, and his feet as pillars of fire." Revelation 10:1
The Mohammedans speak of the bridge with warning of the difficulties and danger as being "thinner than a hair and sharper than a sword and only the good man will be able to pass over the bridge, but the wicked will soon miss the footing and fall into hell."
In Zoroastrian literature, we also find reference to the bridge with warning of the difficulties and danger. "The bridge becometh a broad bridge for the righteous and it becomes a narrow bridge for the wicked. And he who is righteous passeth over the bridge, he who is wicked as he place his feet upon the bridge, falleth over the bridge and roll over head foremost."
In Ageless Wisdom literature, there is a saying : "Before a man can tread the Path, he must become the Path himself."
In German literature, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, two centuries ago became deeply engrossed in both the objective and subjective aspects of the phenomena of color (rainbow bridge). He was convinced of its underlying mystical significance. I quote briefly from his Theory of Colours.
That, lastly, colour may have a mystical allusion, may be readily surmised, for since every diagram in which the variety of colours may be represented points to those primordial relations which belong to nature and the organ of vision, there can be no doubt that these may be made use of as a language. In cases where it is proposed to expressed similar primordial relations which do not present themselves to the senses in so powerful and varied a manner. The mathematician extols the value and applicability of the triangle; the triangle is revered by the mystic; much admits of being expressed in it by diagrams, and, among other things, the law of the phenomena of colours; . . .
Edwin D. Babbitt, MD, LLD, a century ago explained the relationship between color and the emotions which is now commonly accepted. Not so generally recognized, however, is the affinity between color and man's spiritual nature. Through the application of the Winged Unicorn Meditation Technique with the Unicorn Third Eye Disk, the aura is strengthened and the various colors refined and intensified. This is indicative of the spiritual unfoldment that is taking place.
The region of Religious aspiration, pointing heavenward, is the sunrealm of the human soul, and the most luminous of all, being in a person of noble and spiritual nature of an exquisite golden yellow, approaching a pure and dazzling white. The front brain being the realm of Reason and Perception, manifests itself naturally in the cool and calm color, blue, while the love principle, typified all over the world by warmth, finds its natural manifestation in the red. Such faculties as those of Ideality, Spirituality, and Sublimity, combining as they do both thought and emotion, radiate the violet, or the union of blue and red, while such faculties as Patience, Firmness, Integrity, and Temperance, have more to do with coolness, than with heat, and have a predominace of blue.
In connection with the third-eye exercises in the Winged Unicorn Meditation Technique, the following quotations from H. P. Blavatsky over a century ago may clarify somewhat the mystic's belief that physical evolution proceeds concurrently with psychic involution, for with the material development of the outer senses, man's dependence upon the inner senses is lessened.
If the odd "eye" in man is now atrophied, it is a proof that, as in the lower animal, it has once been active; for nature never creates the smallest, the most insignificant form without some definite purpose and use. It was an active organ, we say, at that stage of evolution when the spiritual element in man reigned supreme over the hardly nascent intellectual and psychic element. And, as the cycle ran down toward that point when the physiological senses were developed by, and went pari passu with, the growth and consolidation of the physical man, the interminable and complex vicissitudes and tribulations of zoological development, that median "eye" ended by atrophying along with the early spiritual and purely psychic characteristics in man: The eye is the mirror and also the window of the soul says popular wisdom, . . .
The awakening of dormant glands and inner psychic faculties is the inevitable reward of the practice of the Winged Unicorn Meditation Technique together with sincere desire and conscientious effort toward that end. So gradual and subtle is spiritual unfoldment, however, that sometimes the student becomes discouraged when there seems insufficient evidence of it. The following quotation by J. D. Buck, MD a century ago may give some reassurance.
. . . the life is a period of gestation, in close analogy and comparable with that of the child in utero; that with the web and woof of character, organ and function, impulse and use, opportunity and destiny, we are building a spiritual body, the immediate vehicle of the soul, as literally as is the physical body on the outer material plane; that the laws of Spiritual health and vitality are as concrete, apprehensible, and demonstrable as those of physiology.
Normal use under law develops health, harmony, and strength, in the one case as in the other, . .
Let's conclude with this talk by Gurumayi Chidvilasananda's Siddha Yoga philosophy (which is similar to the Cosmic Heart Spiral of Love ® (Shakti (Sun) Yoga of Manifestation) teachings and 555 Pentagram):
That power is called Shakti, the Divine Force. It is Universal Consciousness and has given rise to this entire manifestation. This power exists in all of us. In some it is dormant, in some it is awakened. As long as it is dormant we experience how bound we are, how terribly limited we are. But once that power is awakened, we experience that freedom, we experience that bliss. The Kundalini power is situated at the base of the spine. When that power is awakened, it moves through the sushumna nadi, the central nerve, and it reaches the top of the head, and from there it spreads throughout the body. When that happens one experiences such bliss, such joy. One becomes totally one with the beauty of God.
Baba Muktananda used to say, "Only when you do things after the awakening of this power do they really mean something for you and others." Otherwise you will do millions of things in your lives, but they do not take you anywhere, nor do they take anybody anywhere. Only after the awakening of that power do you realize the importance of your actions in this world; otherwise you continually go from one action to another. You always wonder, "Why do I not attain some fruit from what I do? Why do I just keep going and going without feeling anything?" That is because we are not in touch with that source. Only when we are in touch with source do we recognize the significance of our lives and what we do.
When Shaktipat takes place, the Kundalini power is awakened at the base of the spine. It moves through all the chakras, all the central nadis in the body. The nadis are the subtle nerves. So the shakti starts moving through these spirirtual centers, and each center has its own qualities. Depending on which chakra the Shakti is moving through, you experience one thing or another. When the nadis are first opened there can be some discomfort, but this only lasts for a short time. Then as the Shakti moves through you, you feel an incredible expansion, an incredible bliss.
One of the things that also happens when you receive shaktipat is that the knot of the heart is pierced. You might start laughing or singing or crying o dancing. All that can happen when the knot of the heart is pierced. When the Shakti is awakened with great force, it moves through the sushumna nadi and hits the heart chakra. Your heart is flung open and you experience your own beauty and your own love and your own reality.
When that power is awakened we come to know what this life is all about. It also eliminates the bondage of karmas, the actions we have performed. We do not realize how we get bound by our action, through seeing or hearing or speaking. We do not think we get bound by our actions, but we do. You see something very beautiful and you are totally bewitched by that, or you hear something incredibly beautiful and you are totally enchanted by that, and you want to hear more and more of that. We hold on to so many things through our actions, so what happens when we receive the Shakti is that we are freed from the limitations of those actions. You can do or see or hear something without being totally involved in it, without being stuck in it. And that is one of the greatest achievements, to become free from the actions of the senses. We have to become free from the actions this body performs, and for that we need the awakening of the inner power. Baba said, as long as that power is not awakened, all your accomplishments go to waste, because unless you experience that perfect satisfaction within yourself, what is the point of having everything else? What is the point of just pleasing other people?
So that is the awakening of Kundalini, that is Shaktipat. With one spark our fire is kindled and when it is kindled we see its brilliance, and its brilliance surpasses the lustre of one million suns. It is so powerful, it is so vibrant,, yet so cooling. That is the experience of the truth, and in that there is total serenity, there is total tranquility, there is total peace. We do sadhana (spiritual pactices), we do all the spiritual practices to come to that state, so that everything is still. In that stillness there is movement and in all this movement there is stillness. So in stillness you see the movement and in movement you see stillness. That is the greatest gift from God, from the Guru.
The essence of the philosophy of Siddha Yoga is that one Consciouness pervades and permeates this entire universe and has become everyone. This Consciousness has been referred to and known by many words and titles. It is what we have always thought of as 'God'. It is the Creator, Absolute. In Siddha Yoga we usually call It the inner Self. The reason we practice Siddha Yoga is to know the Self.
The experience of the Self is not cold or dry or intellectual. The Self is warm and euphoric; it exists within as an inner smile. Our experience of "fun," "amusement," "humor," and "enjoyment" all arise from the Self. The Self is supreme contentment, supreme fulfillment. It is embodied in laughter, and its sensation is love. This Self is our own true and eternal nature. It is who we really are. Because of the mental conditioning, because of the ego, we do not see this Truth. For this reason we practice Siddha Yoga.
Siddha Yoga is a process which gradually frees us from our limited vision of how we think things are an how things appear to us, and opens the true vision of how things really are. The structure which prevents us from seeing and experiencing the Self -- and which we refer to as the ego -- is gradually broken down through the work of the Guru, or the Shakti. Truthfully speaking, the Guru and the Shakti are the same, and in many cases these words can be used interchangeably.
Gurumayi Chidvilasananda always begins her talks by saying, "With great respect and love, I welcome you with all my heart." The essence of Gurumayi's teachings is to awaken this love within us. The essence of Siddha Yoga is love. When we are firmly established in the inner love, everything is complete; that is perfection and that is bliss.
NOTE: The above description regarding Shakti explains the reason why I have named Cosmic Heart Spiral of Love -- Shakti (Sun) Yoga of Manifestation as its very essence. The sacred union/healing techniques of the Cosmic Heart Spiral of Love might be different than Siddha Yoga techniques but the goal is the same.