Re: What’s the difference between Kundalini Energy and Cosmodyne Energy?

Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) liked to tell this story …

The Buddha and his disciple came to a wide river.

They saw a boatman and his ferry, so the Buddha asked him, “Can you take us across the river?”

“Yes, I can. It will cost you a nickel.”

“We don’t have a nickel.”

“Well, I’m a working man, and I need the money to help support my wife and children. I can’t help you if you don’t have a nickel.”

So the Buddha and his disciple stepped aside.

Soon a renowned Yogi and his disciple approached the boatman.

The Yogi asked, “Can you take us across the river?”

“Yes. It will cost you a nickel.”

“We don’t have a nickel.”

“Then I’m sorry, I can’t take you to the other side.”

The Yogi huffed and motioned to his disciple, “Follow me.”

Both of them walked on top of the water all the way to the other side.

Buddha’s disciple asked, “Why don’t we do that? You’re much greater than that Yogi.”

The Buddha said, “Go earn a nickel, and I’ll tell you when we get to the other side of the river.”

So the disciple walked down the road in search of a way to earn a nickel.

Suddenly a tree crashed down on the road, almost landing on top of him.

“I’ve got an ax with me,” he thought. “Maybe I can chop some of the limbs off and sell them as firewood.”

He cut off some limbs when an old man rounded the corner driving a horse-drawn wagon

“Is that firewood for sale?”

“Yes, and it’s only a nickel.”

The disciple helped the old man load his wagon, and hurried back to the Buddha with the nickel.

They paid the boatman and he ferried them across the river just before a big storm.

The thunder boomed, the lightning flashed, and the rain started pouring down just as they reached the other shore.

The disciple asked, “OK, now tell me, why didn’t we just walk across the river like that Yogi and his disciple?”

“How long do you think it took that Yogi to develop the spiritual power to not only walk across the river, but also take his disciple across too?”

“Well, from what you’ve taught me, if he meditated a minimum of eight hours every day for fourteen-and-a-half years, he’d be able to do it.”

“That’s right. How long did it take you to earn that nickel?”

“One half hour.”

The Yogi used finite Kundalini Energy.

The Buddha used infinite Cosmodyne Energy.


'Finite Kundalini Energy & Infinite Cosmodyne Energy' have 8 comments

  1. January 28, 2014 @ 11:28 pm atomb

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  2. January 29, 2014 @ 2:07 am atomb

    M.A. Banfield (The Posture Theory, 1994, 1997) wrote ..

    “Stuttering is due to the spasm of muscles in the throat and is similar to writers cramp which is due to spasm of muscles in the arm, and correcting posture is useful in treating both conditions.”


  3. January 30, 2014 @ 7:46 am sebs

    but atom- i’m just about sure one of your earlier blog posts stated that cosmodyne energy usage always comes at a price? i thought supradyne was the non-kundalini – i e safest choice always.


  4. January 31, 2014 @ 5:45 am atomb

    If I said or wrote that, I misspoke.

    Cosmodyne Energy is the environmental energy of synchronicity, while Kundalini Energy is localized in and around the spine.

    Cosmodyne Energy is circular and travels around the brain.

    Kundalini Energy is linear and travels up and down the spine.

    I don’t remember using the term “supradyne,” although I may have used the word “superheterodyne” to illustrate a reflexology/acupressure concept.

    More about Cosmodyne Energy will be on Atom’s Blog soon.

    I’m now calling my various personal and interpersonal enterprises Cosmodyne Energy Research Associates. :)


  5. January 31, 2014 @ 2:12 pm Ryan

    Great blog and discussion!

    I think we’ve gone over this before, but, to reiterate Cosmodyne Energy = Expansion/Contraction (ala some Zen models – Joshu Sasaki Roshi, etc.)

    Amazing that you’re still kicking out 2-3 weekly blogs – how many years since you kicked this project off?


    • January 31, 2014 @ 7:59 pm atomb

      Thanks, Ryan! :)

      Yep, it’s contraction from without (negentropy) compared to expansion from within (entropy).

      The first in anabolic, and the second is catabolic.

      Both Yang and Yin are necessary for survival.

      The SKIN of an apple symbolizes Cosmodyne Energy.

      The CORE of an apple symbolizes Kundalini.

      The SKULL (exoskeleton) is formed from the OVUM as a Cosmodyne Resonance Chamber.

      The SPINE (endoskeleton) is formed from the SPERM as a Kundalini Piston.


      • January 31, 2014 @ 10:58 pm Ryan

        oh yeah!

        get that resonance/chakra system in the head spinning, spinning, spinning!


        • February 2, 2014 @ 2:31 am atomb

          The more RPM the better! :)


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