Secret of the Golden Flower

Golden Flower

Why Aren’t Secrets Just Exposed?

When a person begins to investigate the various forms of the World’s knowledge base, they soon discover esoteric thought. Now, the word ‘esoteric’ means ‘within a group.’ These groups are tightly closed to outsiders. There are various reasons for this. For instance, if you were involved in a flower design group, you might not want a bunch of rugby bounders coming in and fooling around with your flowers.

Secret Knowledge is Protected 

But in truth, there are no secrets. If you look hard enough, and are willing to pay the price of humbling yourself before the ‘Master,’ or a guru, you may find truth. You may also find it in a book. Or you may never even find the trail-head and be forced to forge your own trail through the wilderness. But if you keep going you’re bound to arrive at your destination, . . . your destiny.

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Richard Wilhelm
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Carl Jung

 

 

The Secret of the Golden Flower

Is the opening of your third eye to the light of consciousness. Here’s what C.G. Jung writes in the introduction of writer Richard Wilhelm’s translation of The Chinese Book of Life ( The Secret of the Golden Flower.) Jung writes:

“One looks with both eyes at the tip of the nose, sit upright and in a comfortable position, and holds the heart to the center in the midst of conditions. In Taoism it is called the yellow middle, in Buddhism the center in the midst of conditions. The two are the same. It does not necessarily mean the middle of the head. It is only a matter of fixing one’s thinking on the point which lies exactly between the two eyes. Then all is well. The light is something extremely mobile. When one fixes the thought on the mid-point between the two eyes, the light streams in of its own accord. It is not necessary to direct the attention especially to the central castle. In these few words the most important thing is contained.”

Exercise

Begin your meditation without a goal in mind. Close your eyes and focus them on the center between the eyes. Relax and maintain that focus without tension. Count your breath. Release. Allow the golden light to fill your being. 

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