“Sakti-Kundalini or Devi-Kundalini is a goddess. She is the female principle, the self manifesting power which surrounds the gem at the center, the gold seed, the jewel, the pearl, the egg. The Kundalini serpent is, however, also Devi-Kundalini, a chain of glittering lights, the ‘world bewilderer’.” ~ Carl Jung
We don’t need more to be thankful for, we just need to be more thankful. ~ Carlos Castaneda
pic by Corey Richards
The Sun was always called by the Egyptians, the Eye of Osiris, and was himself the Logos, the First-Begotten, or Light made manifest to the world, which is the Mind and Divine intellect of the concealed. ~ H.P. Blavatsky, the Secret Doctrine
The snake and bird symbols can be found within Christianity as well. Their true meaning may be more deeply encrypted but the meaning is the same as in other ancient traditions. In Christianity, the bird or dove often seen above Christ’s head, represents Holy Spirit or Kundalini Shakti. The Christian mystics called Kundalini by another name; Holy Spirit. If we read the Adam and Eve story in the light of the Vedic and Egyptian traditions, we find that the serpent guarding the tree of life is Kundalini. The apple represents the lure and temptation of the external sensory world, distracting us from the knowledge of the inner world, the tree of knowledge within. ~ Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds
You see it on Doctors lapels, on the side of ambulances and hospitals…it is the ancient symbol for Kundalini, and called today, Caduceus and/or Staff of Hermes, Staff of Osiris. It is the symbol of healing and restoration, hence the reason this ancient symbol is used by the medical profession today. ~ Mynzah
(Ida & Pingala)
ascending a pole (Sushumna).
Attaining wings (Awakening) at the height of ascent.
Union with God
Know yourself…and you shalt know the Gods. ~ Ancient Egyptian Proverb