Water: is the symbol for
manifested consciousness (ether); also is used for
the consciousness in religious rituals (baptism).
White: symbol of purity
symbol of illusionary ideas.
As the wind never can be chased or captured (even
if it is captured, it will not be wind any longer), so the illusions
of being attracted to this external world (Maya)
also cannot be chased or captured. Even when an unnecessary desire
(illusion) is fulfilled (captured), a new desire will replace it and
the process is insatiable.
That is why in the
Bible, "wind" is used as the one that stirs the sea (unit
consciousness) or the great sea
(collective consciousness). The winds that stir up the consciousness are attraction to the
external world, unnecessary desires, when desires are fulfilled,
they bring attachment to the external world, and the result of all
of them is the greed.
These are the illusions (winds) of the world that
bring confusion and
("restless sea" or "great sea") to man.
when a person reaches higher consciousness, especially to his fourth
chakra, a liquid kind of
fluid will be felt in the throat area which is known as "nectar." The blessing felt in this stage is beyond description. It is called
milk and honey nectar, and is symbolized as wine in the Bible.
Woman (Used Interchangeably
As The Lower Nature,
Eve): the part that
was, symbolically, separated from
Adam (the original
dual-natured human); also used symbolically as the lower nature of
the human; Divine
directed toward mundanity (woman).
Word, The: the Divine
Vibration that resides in each
Soul. It leads to
Consciousness. The Word consists of four parts. When the four
parts are learned internally and correctly, and meditated on, the
Divine Vibration will be realized which is The Word. This will
become a guide for the person. If the person starts to go
astray, it vanishes and when he starts coming back to the path, it
returns. The ultimate achievement will be Pure