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angeleeyes

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Posted - Oct 21 2019 :  08:59:49 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Message
Hi all,

I'm wondering how much is possible, for a relatively long time yoga practitioner with awakened kundalini, to heal something like polio or other paralysis with directing his attention to his paralyzed limbs like legs or arms?

Does anybody have any experience or knowledge about this?

Any help would be appreciated.

yogani

USA
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Posted - Oct 24 2019 :  11:47:55 AM  Show Profile  Visit yogani's Homepage  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
Hi angeleeyes:

The cultivation of abiding inner silence in daily deep meditation will have a positive effect on both prevention and healing of disease. The rise of ecstatic conductivity and radiance (kundalini) will enliven the influence of abiding inner silence in the body, and beyond. However, targeting our inner energies, for healing or other purposes beyond what is provided in the AYP techniques, is generally not advised, as it can lead to energetic imbalances. The "passive awareness" technique for handling discomfort inside meditation, and ultimately in daily life, is provided in Lesson 15: https://www.aypsite.org/15.html

We also have Samyama, which moves stillness. It is about touching and letting go of intentions, rather than focusing attention. Then the divine flow acts in beneficial ways that we cannot imagine.

Upheavals in life are inevitable. For a yogi/yogini it is less about controlling outer life than transcending the binding attachment to the ups and downs we all experience. With the rise of abiding inner silence, the eternal untouched witness, this becomes a reality, and the flow of life goes on. Pain in life is inevitable, and along the way on our path we find that suffering (attachment to our discomforts) becomes optional. At the same time, as we advance on our path, our compassion for others is amplified, because we find at the most fundamental level of our existence that they are us.

In the case of polio, on the physical level it will be best to stay involved with the medical establishment, as there is much progress there in prevention and treatment. In the case of a debilitating disease, our spiritual condition becomes most important, as this is what will determine the level of our suffering and our ability to carry on, whether the disease is physically cured or not. While we wish disability on no one, it is well known that a disability can create an opportunity to overcome and excel in life. We find many examples of this in history, and in modern times.

Looking at this from the point of view of "karma," this discussion offers some useful points: https://www.aypsite.org/forum/topic...PIC_ID=18267

The guru is in you.

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