9781594774720

Dark Light Consciousness: Melanin, Serpent Power, and the Luminous Matrix of Reality

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    9781594774720

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    1594774722

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 6/19/2012
  • Publisher: Inner Traditions
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Summary

How to awaken the Ureaus--the serpent power of spiritual transcendence within each of us--and connect to the superconscious of the universe. Within each of us lies the potential to activate a personal connection to the superconscious. Called "Ureaus" in ancient Egyptian texts and "Kundalini" in ancient Hindu yoga traditions, our innate serpent power of spiritual transcendence inhabits the base of the spine in its dormant state. When awakened, it unfurls along the spinal column to the brain, connecting individual consciousness to the consciousness of the universe enfolded within the dark matter of space. At the root of creativity and spiritual genius across innumerable cultures and civilizations, this intelligent force reveals portals that enfold time, space, and the luminous matrix of reality itself. Combining physics, neuroscience, and biochemistry with ancient traditions from Africa and India, Edward Bruce Bynum, Ph.D., explores the ancient Egyptian science of the Ureaus and reveals how it is intimately connected to dark matter and to melanin, a light-sensitive, energy-conducting substance found in the brain, nervous system, and organs of all higher life-forms. He explains how the dark light of melanin serves as the biochemical infrastructure for the subtle energy body, just as dark matter, together with gravity, holds the galaxies and constellations together. With illustrated instructions, he shows how to safely awaken and stabilize the spiritual energy of the Ureaus through meditation practices, breathing exercises, and yoga postures as well as how to prepare the subtle body for transdimensional soul travel. By embracing the dark light of the shining serpent within, we overcome our collective fear of the vast living darkness without. By embracing the dark, we transcend reality to the dimension of light.

Author Biography

Edward Bruce Bynum, Ph.C. A.B.P.P, is a clinical psychologist and the director of behavioral medicine at the University of Massachusetts. Health Services in Amherst. A student of Swami Chandrasekharanand Saraswati and a winner of the Abraham H. Maslow award from the American Psychological Association, he is the author of several books, including The African Unconscious. He lives in Pelham, Massachusetts.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgmentsp. ix
Introduction: Genesis, Dark Matters, and the Legacy of the Starsp. 1
Darkness and Light
Medical Background to the Perennial Science of How Darkness Enfolds the Lightp. 22
Light as a Fifth-Dimensional Forcep. 75
Embodiment through the Anatomy of the Sleeping Serpent
The Spine, Brain Stem, and the Deep Brain Corep. 90
The Eye, Evolution, and the Pineal Glandp. 110
The Inner Ear Melanin, Vibration, Sound and Perception, and the Nosep. 116
The Inner Preparation
The Process of Projectionp. 124
Practice, Discipline, and Goalsp. 149
A Brief History of the Serpent Powersp. 156
The Luminous Work
Ethics, Energy, and the Bodily Disciplinesp. 180
The Dynamics of Breath Control and the Discipline of Bodily Absorptionp. 221
The Family of Kundalini Risingsp. 232
Realization and Legacy
Other Methods for Awakening the Sleeping Serpentp. 246
The Goal and the Attainmentp. 289
Appendix: The Twenty-Five Classical Mudrasp. 321
Glossaryp. 323
Notesp. 327
Bibliographyp. 336
Indexp. 347
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