When consciousness passes through a Laya-Center (and into the astral plane) a new perception arises which is at the level of the soul with its inner perception, within its own world which is not limited like in the physical world of the five senses. With this process(which is so little understood by the masses of humanity who are constantly passing through a Laya-Center while they sleep to enter the dream world) the student learns to pass back and forth through the Laya-Center that reside within their own beings-they leave the exterior world of the senses through the Laya-Center within their own beings and enter their interior which is the transferral or circulation of consciousness through the channel (Laya-Center, portal, boundary, zero-point, doorway, disappearing-point, etc, etc,.) that connects different levels of perception. When the student learns and masters the occult arts of using their will-power and imagination to actually feel and touch things spiritually with their spiritual hands without actually seeing them with their spiritual eyes they will be ready to fall into an interior darkness of the inner being where the Laya-Center awaits and acts like a magnet that is ever ready to pull the consciousness further away from the physical plane. They are drawn toward the inner portal or invisible doorway which is the Laya-Center (whose boundary stretches across the entire universe and all that it contains) that leads to the astral plane where consciousness becomes conscious of the astral life(in all its subtle splendour) for a temporary period or for as long as the student desires either to master this type of perception or to achieve a personal goal which serves the self and others in a benevolent way. Once these great tasks are fulfilled and the student becomes ready consciousness leaves or dissolves on the astral plane which is swiftly directed back through the Laya-Center to have it return once again to the physical plane with its five sense impressions. This process teaches the student that there is no separation between the inner and outer selves and worlds as they are bound by the Laya-Center that joins them.
Laya is a Sanskrit word which means to dissolve and this is what the occult student learns to master-to dissolve one state of perception to enter another and then travel full circle and dissolve this perception to return to the one left behind and carry on with life (within all its different levels of perception) in this great world of becoming.
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