So far we have understood the intelligence of our body which is nothing but the creator itself. Now let us see how our organs, panchabhudhas, external organs, feelings and the six tastes are intricately connected to each other. Even our eyes, ears, lips, Nose and Tongue are represented a shape in our organs and vice versa.
If we do not balance the taste then the organs which are directly linked with our body has an impact....in other words the organs will
not function properly.
If the organs do not work properly, then the bio-magnetism will try to make it work. However, it goes by priorities..
If the bio-magnetism is not surplus, eventually your emotions will get unbalanced.
Remember, the creator is not anywhere. He is just inside you. The only thing to make sure is that we have to pass through the pranic,
mental, creative layer to experience the creator.
If we understand the body and mind then the path of experiencing the created is a pure science.
Human being has only four feelings:
Bliss (which is ineffable).
One has to be at peace to experience the divine or creator in us. Body and mind are the greatest gift given to us. Use these two as a
vehicle to reach the creator inside us.
Continue in next week.
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