Letting go to be Held…

pexels-photo-225336.jpegIf you begin to realize that you are not the doer then there should be a shift in you as to who the real doer is.  It’s the way of looking. In the relinquishing of doership we begin to feel a new surge of energy, so let’s say you’re in an ordinary job.  You begin to feel the job as extraordinary now because you’re feeling a divine surge in you.

It requires in that letting go to be held, or to be carried.  So it’s a false notion if you let go and you are stagnant.  But if you let go in some divine waking up and you begin to feel a new power surging through your being, that’s the kind of spiritual waking up that is important, that’s the letting go that should happen.  You let go when you feel that something is taking over.  So that’s where the spiritual awakening is.  It pushes you to let go and that letting go has to be moving away from the seeker, seeing an evolutionary urge inside of you that’s pushing you. “What is pushing me to give up this idea of doership?” Sri Vasudeva Day 22 Forty days 2017. For full talk and meditation go to  www. blue-star.org


Spiritual Awakening & the Energy Channels


5060735a4f04551d9000658de3d0eb46.jpgThere are two channels one connected to the left nostril which is the ida nadi, and then you have the pingala nadi which is connected to the right nostril. The left nostril is related to the mental sphere, and the right nostril to the solar power or the vital power in the physical. Those two subtle or pranic energies that we breathe into the body – one is heating and one is cooling– are both necessary for the vital functioning of the body.

When we breathe just through two nostrils as we normally do, we are held more in body consciousness, more in the mortality. When you become spiritually awakened, you begin to find that another way of breathing happens,  you can feel that an energy is rising from the bottom along the middle of the spine (along the sushumna nadi), coming upwards in the breath.

When this sushumna becomes active a whole new experience begins; body consciousness is still there on the periphery, but you are beginning to feel that an energy is coming up the spine and going along the spine right up to the centre of the eyebrows. And that is the way you can come into your immortal body, your body of light, your body of subtle energy. You can come into that body more with that breathing.

Intention drives prāṇa

In the meditation, the way you breathe will change as your spiritual consciousness wakes up. You are going to breathe less with the nostrils and more with that inner breath, and the physical breath will start to slow down and you will feel the chakra points within you. Not only that, and think about this, when you think of extending that energy that you feel throughout the body, then you will find that you can breathe even to the thumb. When you breathe in and you come into the prāṇa body, these 72,000 nadis will begin to open up and you will feel that you can breathe to every part of your body with the prāṇa, because the energy that you are breathing in will flow now to the entire body through these subtle energy centres. So you will feel that you are a body breathing energetically, and that can become amazing.


Hello everyone, I took a little break from posting as my body was a little under the weather. I’ve adjusted my schedule and given myself a chance to rejuvenate and now I’m ready for us rejoin Sri Vasudeva’s 40 day retreat. This  excerpt is from today’s talk day 20.