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Brahmacharya : living like a god

December 5, 2012 in Transforming Life, Yoga & Meditation

The word brahmacharya means “living like a god.” Of course, in a life divine, sex disappears.

Brahmacharya : Living like GOD

Brahmacharya is not against sex. If it is against sex then sex can never disappear. Brahmacharya is a transmutation of the energy: it is not being against sex, rather it is changing the whole energy from the sex center to the higher centers. When it reaches to the seventh center of man, the sahasrar, then brahmacharya happens. If it remains in the first center, muladhar, then sex; when it reaches to the seventh center, then samadhi.

The same energy moves. It is not being against it; rather, it is an art how to use it. First energy comes to the hara, from the muladhar it comes to the second center. At that center you have a feeling of deathlessness; you become aware that nothing dies. Fear disappears.

The energy goes higher, comes to the third center. At the third center you start becoming very, very peaceful. If there is energy, tension disappears; you feel very, very peaceful, tranquil, calm, quiet, collected.

Then the energy moves to the fourth center, of the heart. There arises love. You cannot love right now, and whatsoever you call love is nothing but sex camouflaged in a beautiful word “love.” That word is not true to you — cannot be. Love is possible only when energy reaches to the fourth center of the heart. Suddenly you are in love — love with the whole existence, love with everything. You are love.

Then the energy moves to the fifth center, in the throat. That center is the center of silence — silence, thought, thinking, speech. Speech, no-speech — both are there. Right now your throat only works to speak. It does not know how to function in silence, how to go into silence. When the energy comes to it, suddenly you become silent. Not that you make any effort, not that you force yourself to be silent — you find yourself to be silent,

Then the energy goes to the sixth center, the third eye. There you find light — awareness, consciousness. That is the point where sleep happens — hypnosis happens.

And then the energy moves to the seventh, sahasrar. There it becomes brahmacharya, a life divine. Then you are no longer a man — then you are a god. You have attained to bhagwatta, to divineness. This is brahmacharya.

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