Tablet Three

In him was life; and the life was the light of men.

And the light shineth in darkness; and the darkness comprehended it not.

(John 1:4-5)


<1>The out-going force of the Soul (prana) which is the life-force of the Soul, is the power of the spirit and is in the consciousness and the universe (God) which was with Him, "in him was life."  <2>This prana, which is also the mutative force (raja guna), is responsible for all the activities in the universe. It is the life-force in the universe (the breath of life).

<3>But because it is a neutral force (tama guna is negative, and satva is positive), its presence is even harder to realize, and it assumes the polarity of tama (negative) when used from ignorance, and satva (positive) when used from knowledge.  <4>In itself it is the passion and is a force without mind. So when used in this regard the action is from passion. It is pure action.

<5>When it is not controlled and is used freely and outwardly toward fulfillment of worldly desires (passions), or used from ignorance, it becomes the very Maya (illusion) itself.  <6>But when this force is realized, controlled, and directed inwardly, it becomes a light (spiritual realization, imagination, and willpower) and can be directed toward higher thoughts.  <7>Then it will spiritualize the mind, and the higher levels of the mind (Buddhi) will develop.

<8>This force (prana, the life-force) was in the universe (God) and also is present in each unit consciousness (man), and when it is directed toward higher consciousness (satva guna, light) it becomes the light of the consciousness, "and the life was the light of men."  <9>But because of the influence of the tama guna (darkness), although this light is always within them, they cannot comprehend it, "and the light shineth in darkness, and the darkness comprehended it not."


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