As it flashes through the chakras, complete Kundalini release is followed by instant realization that the world is not an external self-extant construct but is instead elaborated by the mind (self) only. Thus emerges the understanding that we are not “in the world” but, on the contrary “the world is in us”. In one swift act of comprehension this realization profoundly affects one’s understanding of one’s Self as the world is seen to dissolve leaving the observer alone, isolated yet still containing all the memories it had garnered in its imagined association with the world as “reality”. You are then flooded by the comprehension that you are: [Quote] in essence, a great Cosmic Being. Perfection. Pure Light - no words come close to describe this powerful Being, me, you, us. You - I have fallen in a web of thought-forms for eons (It's all in the mind). You I have created all this. This dream. This game. And I am having a hard time awakening from this dream. “I AM the LIGHT of God that never fails”, I had lost myself in this dream for such a long time, but there is no time. All this is an illusion, which was created "on a whim" once so that I might know myself (in departure from Unity). I have been seduced by such ideas as "glory" only to find this too is empty and deep inside there is a yearning to return to something so much more (indescribable), to return home [Unquote]. This (you) is in turn, the true source of all there is and all there can ever be. It is this emergent representation of purity in consciousness (the source of all) that immediately expresses itself. Even without sudden and complete release, targeted chakra by chakra meditative deconstruction will also erode the shell of mental scar tissue surrounding the true self of being. Such systematic break-down of the hardened indifference that normally covers the individual chakras will also unmask the center of being thereby allowing the ego-self to be moved aside so that liberation can be achieved slowly but surely.
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