The ancient texts from the major religions and spiritual traditions of the world show references to the Self Realization, their association with the cool breeze felt emanating from the top of the head and from the palms, and predict Shri Mataji's birth and the advent of Sahaja Yoga in these modern times. Here are a few such references from ancient Christian scriptures.
Kundalini is the reflection of the Holy Spirit within every human being. The mustard seed is none other than the dormant Kundalini energy which when sprouted grows into the Tree of Life - the subtle system with the seven chakras and the three channels of energy.
The "Aquarian Gospel" mentions the following words of Christ: "These things I speak while with you in the flesh but when the Holy Breath shall come in power lo She will teach you more and more and bring to your remembrance all the words that I have said to you. There are a multitude of things yet to be said; things that this age cannot receive because it cannot comprehend. But lo I say before the great day of the Lord shall come the Holy Breath will make all mysteries known. The mysteries of the soul of life of death of immortality; the oneness of a man with every other man and with his God." (Levi H. Dowling, "The Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ" 162.5-8, L.N. Fowler & Co. Ltd., Romford, Essex, p.238).
In the "Gospel according to John", Christ says: "I say the truth to you. It is profitable for you that I go away; for if I do not go away, the Comforter will not come to you; but if I go I will send Him to you" (16:7). "But the Comforter, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in My Name, He shall teach you all things, and will bring to your remembrance all the things which I have said to you" (14:26). "When He is come, the Spirit of truth, He shall guide you into all the truth; for He shall not speak from Himself; but whatsoever He shall bear He shall speak; and He will announce to you what is coming." (16:13).("The Holy Bible", Gute Botschaft Verlag, Dillenburg, Germany, 1889. The New Testament, G. Morrish, London 1871).
Long time ago, a famous Cistercian monk by the name of Gioachino da Fiore (c.1130/45-1202) claimed that the New Testament announced a third age of knowledge and integration, the age of the Holy Spirit to come after the age of the Father (Yahweh - The Old Testament) and of the Son (Je sus Christ - The New Testament). ("Joachim de Fiore" in "Exegese medievale", Paris 1967, vol.3, pp.437-527).
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