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Subtling the Consciousness
Absolute is really multidimensional. His multidimensionality is cognizable by developed human consciousness.
The spatial dimensions (eons, lokas) are differentiated by the level of coarseness — subtlety.
Primordial Consciousness is the most subtle in comparison with all other versions of the energy of consciousness.
Holy Spirits, originating from the Primordial, are the same as well, but They, to become visible for Their incarnate disciples, can condense a bit for a time.
At the opposite end of the scale of subtlety — roughness, there is hell: the “rubbish heap” of the Evolution. Hell is the abode of souls, which accustomed themselves during life in material bodies — to emotional roughness. (Let’s understand that emotions are the states of souls, consciousnesses).
Paradise is the abode for subtle emotionally souls.
Those, who strengthened themselves in paradise states, may gradually grow further — to the states of Divinity.
If we talk about the same in terms of the Bhagavad-Gita [4.12], the Path to God runs through the stage of sattva — purity in the emotional states and thoughts, in ethics and in the understanding of the laws of the spiritual growth.
... What characterizes truly attained Holiness? The main criterion is the refinement of consciousness. So, it is very simply possible to distinguish the true Holy Persons — from impostors. Other criteria — ethical perfection, size of the Consciousness and Mergence with the Primordial.
Paradise Souls are refined, they look as an intangible light. This light fills the bodies of those who have reached paradise and are currently embodied.
But to attain the Divinity, it needs to be really big, huge Light-Fiery Consciousness, millions of times greater than the size of our material bodies. And the capacity of individual consciousnesses is proportional to their sizes.
The correct quantitative growth of consciousness is realized only through the development of oneself as a spiritual heart.
Thanks to this work of self-improvement, one finds, in particular, deliverance from physical illnesses, also obtains the natural stay outside of the material body, omnipresence, real knowledge of own immortality, the spiritual capacity to help worthy others, regardless of the distance. And what else is much more important — God becomes cognized and Mergence with Him is acquired.
What do you think: is it exemplary to go by this way?
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