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Aneros and the Hara
  • rorymuscle
    Posts: 71
    I just read this interesting piece about something called the "Hara", which is described:

    Another useful method is to lend special awareness to the breathing process felt in the belly. Just behind and below your navel (belly button) lies the hara, which is felt as an ethereal ball of energy. The hara is a natural balancing point of your consciousness which can be thought of as the center of your being. Subjectively and poetically speaking, the hara is where man and universe meet. It is the gateway where we merge and become man-universe and universe-man. No one really knows what the hara actually is, but we can use it to our full advantage. Consciously developing a powerful hara center is the most important secret of meditation.


    (Taken from http://home.att.net/%7Emeditation/MeditationHandbook.html)

    I feel in my Aneros sessions that the Hara is stimulated or accessed, and this might account for some of the feelings we get when using the Aneros.

    A further explanation from the same site here: http://home.att.net/~meditation/hara.html

    This would explain why I feel a ball of warmth expanding into fire in the depths of my belly, behind my navel, when using the Aneros. It seems from this centre of warmth that many of the orgasms originate. Does anyone else have this, or does anyone have further experience or information on the Hara?
  • johntrevy
    Posts: 221
    Hmmm, I suppose it has to do with beliefs really. Whilst im not religious in any way. I do understand that there is infinate mystic power (no it is not magic, since there is no suich thing). At the end of the day, we are nothing but energy that vibrates in a dynamic way. However our energy patterns have two parts. The bulky part is a our physical solid self, and the other part is our magnetic self (Both need eachother to exist in this world). Since 3d space is very dense and solid, as oposed to -/+ 4d space.
    It is the magnetic which keeps the physical from losing coheasion.
    Think about it, when you die you begin to rot away. Why?because the magnetic self is slowly slippinhg away and cant tell the physical how to operate anymore.
    Think about it, when you are really down, you are more prone to illness, why?because the magnetic cant function with the physical properly anymore.

    Anyway, now you have made me ramble on. I must get back to the topic.
    Yes, this could be considered a interation point between man and universe. a central plexus for the magnetic-physical self to the multiverse or whatever.

    Thats my two pennies worth. Cant say anymore about it im afraid, as it is much more deep and involved than this.

    John
  • rorymuscle
    Posts: 71
    Interesting stuff, johntrevy, about the magnetism. I've no idea about our magnetic field, or if we even have one. I suppose we must be sympathetic to magnetism (isn't that how MRI scanners work?), so there must be something there. Do you have any more information about this I could check out on the web?
  • johntrevy
    Posts: 221
    not without going all matrixy and bringing up other dimensions.
    Sorry.

    John

    Edit: And most of it is unproven due to science being heavily regulated by shadow organisations. Sad, but true. As far as the mainstream is concerned, what i say is aload of drivel. Perhaps it is, pehaps it isnt. But i just get these very strong feelings about things.
    I say things, and i dont know why at the time, but it 70% of the time turns out to be true.
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    Although I'm not familiar with the term "Hara", the concept and location seem similar to the Second Chakra.

    BF Mayfield
  • artformartform
    Posts: 1,474
    Hi again Rorymuscle

    I have really answered your question here by way of my post to you in Old Wolf's "Above and Beyond the Super-O" thread. Thanks for this reference above.

    With just the quickest of glances, it may link to the thinking that the enteric nervous system, which has as many neurons as the head brain, may be our "Second Brain". My experiences stongly support that idea in several ways including what I've called the electric radiance feelings there. Please keep pursuing these phenomena.

    Thanks again.