Psychological Rebellion

Continuing on from the previous lecture we will discuss the necessary practices a student needs to develop to progress along a path of spiritual development

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  • simon

    Good question and as I cant give you a definitive answer I suggest you post it on the Glorian website as there are instructors there with far more knowledge than I. i'd actually like to know the answer too!

    August 29, 2013

    • anna

      When we vocalize the mantra “O” we sublimate the sexual energy up to the heart. The Inner Christ lives in the heart temple. When the sexual energies are sublimated to the heart, they activate the seven eyes of the lamb, and then our soul has the immense joy of soaring within the world of sound, the Logos, the Inner Christ, to enter into the spheres of music. The chakra Anahata relates to Tiphereth, Apollo, the Sun God, God of Music, who with the Muse of Music and Poetry “Calliope” (literally: beautiful-voiced) engendered – by means of “Daath” the throat - “Orpheus” [ORFEO], the Christic fires in our heart, which through the Venustic Initiation vibrate with the seven esoteric vowels IEOUAMS, in the spinal column [his Lyre].
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      August 30, 2013

    • anna

      Simon, I got a very thorough and complete response, which I'm very grateful for - because it now adds a whole lot of depth and meaning to the chant Hope it helps you, too!

      August 30, 2013

  • anna

    I just wanted to ask a question to get more clarity and understanding re: our assigment (Simon, sorry if you already explained this and I missed it). Why are we using the sound "o" for the heart chakra and not "yam"? I learned that the mantra for the heart is yam (but I'm coming from a yogic perspective/background). Does it create the same effect/vibration? THANKS!

    August 28, 2013

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