--- Vaj <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> On Nov 15, 2005, at 8:19 AM, paramajaya wrote:
> > 2: The initiation or shaktipat does not open all
> of the chakra
> > knots, the core
> > channel (sushumna) is not opened and the chakras
> are not opened.
> > Hundreds and
> > hundreds of hours of practice with the best Yogic
> techniques, even
> > those not
> > found in books and only passed down from teacher
> to student, does
> > not result in
> > the opening of chakra knots and widening of the
> sushumna. The
> > opening and
> > widening of the sushumna represents exhausting
> lifetimes of negative
> > Karma.
> > This is viewed as very difficult to achieve or to
> live through,
> > since ones life
> > would fall apart due to the excessive negative
> karma that ripened.
> I wonder who taught you this? The two side channels,
> when they are  
> brought successfully into the central channel, the
> avadhuti or  
> sushumna, transform karmic prana in jnanic prana. If
> done correctly,  
> there should be no reliving of all the negative
> karmas, as they are  
> neutralized in the conjunction of opposites!
> Practice should burn off  
> the obscurations as your progress advances.
> I'm also puzzled as to how the phrase "Reiki Tummo"
> came to be used-- 
> Reiki being Japanese, and Tummo (gtummo) being
> Tibetan!

I'm right behind you on this one, Vaj. What the hell
is he talking about? Out of what tradition or body of
knowledge are you speaking? Is this your direct


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