Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:26

(continued from last post)
So we see emergence is based on that art of how to die consciously in the body while in this creation in order to gain liberation. Therefore Paul said, “I do it daily.” That means constantly he knew how to shut this thing down, this body, this mechanism. He was aware of shutting it down. It was a daily process with him. In our Book of Revelation they mention the seven candlesticks before the throne of God and in Eastern writings they mention the chakras and we know them as centers or vortices of energy along the spinal column. When the energy revolves around that area consciously, we are doing exactly what the caterpillar is doing by spinning its cocoon around itself to emerge as a butterfly, when we do it consciously. Now, Yukteswar said when He was in the body, “Man is Yogi at night when he’s sound asleep and gaining emergence in his Creator, but he’s a slow pace Yogi.”
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:26)