Wednesday, April 15, 2015

长生不老药 Longevity Elixir


修神水法?Cultivate Divine Water Practice?
Healing - Renal Failure 治疗 - 肾病

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1 香酒
2 a. 链金药液
b. 长生不老药, 又称 elixir of life
c. 万灵丹
3 精华



1. a magical or medicinal potion.
"an elixir guaranteed to induce love"

synonyms: potion, concoction, brew, philtre, decoction;
medicine, tincture, tonic;
"an elixir guaranteed to induce love"

2.  a particular type of medicinal solution.
"a cough elixir"

synonyms: mixture, solution, potion, tincture;
extract, essence, concentrate,distillate, distillation
"a cough elixir"


The Divine Water Practice - 神水法 is one for Longevity!

Another one is Bindu Drops Dharma - 明点法!

Bindu (Sanskrit: बिंदु) is a Sanskrit word meaning "point" or "dot". The feminine-gender ending is bindi, a small ornamental, devotional dot applied to the forehead in Hinduism.


In metaphysics, Bindu is considered the point at which creation begins and may become unity

It is also described as "the sacred symbol of the cosmos in its unmanifested state." 

Bindu is the point around which the mandala is created, representing the universe.

Bindu is often merged with [seed] (or sperm) and ova

In the Yoga Chudamani Upanishad Bindu is a duality, with a white Bindu representing shukla (sperm) and a red Bindu representingmaharaj (menses). 

The white Bindu resides in the bindu visarga and is related to Shiva and the Moon, while the red Bindu resides in the muladhara chakra and is related to Shakti and the Sun.

In yoga, the union of these two parts results in the ascension of kundalini to the sahasrara.


See also: Amrita

Purple Bindu chakra (may also be red)

In Tantra, Bindu (or Bindu visarga—"falling of the drop") is a point at the back of the head where Brahmins grow their tuft of hair

This point is below the sahasrara chakra and above the ajna chakra, and is represented by a crescent moon with a white drop. It represents the manifestation of creations such as consciousness.

The Bindu visarga is said to be the source of Bindu fluid, which contains a nectar (amrita) and a poison.
The fluid is released from theBindu visarga, and can be stored in the lalana chakra and purified in the Vishuddha chakra. 
When the Vishuddha is inactive the fluid flows to the manipura chakra, where it is consumed (leading to physical decline). 
According to the Hatha Yoga Pradipika, a hatha yogapractitioner can prolong their life by controlling the flow of the fluid. 
Through practice of Khecari mudra, a practitioner can manipulate the flow of the fluid from the lalana to the Vishuddha (where it is purified to amrita).

The picture of the chakra is a lotus with 23 petals. 
Its symbol is the moon, which supports the growth of vegetation. 

Krishna said in theBhagavad Gita XV/13, "Becoming the nectarine moon I nourish all plants". 

Its divinity is Shiva, who is portrayed with the crescent moon in his hair.

The Bindu chakra is a centre for health, giving us the power for physical and mental recuperation. 

It benefits eye sight, quietens the emotions and promotes inner harmony, clarity and balance. 

With the help of this chakra we are capable of controlling hunger and thirst, gaining the ability to overcome unhealthy eating habits. 

Concentration on Bindu relieves anxiety and depression, nervousness and feelings of oppression in the heart.

Tibetan letter "A", with the iconographic representation of a rainbow circle

In Tibetan Buddhism Bindu refers to the subtle body, which is composed of drops (Tibetan: ཐིག་ལེ thig le) and winds (Tibetan: རླུང rLung).


Dear all,

still have to do it yourself though! :)

The methods are what GM Lu has shared many times!!!

Cheers all

Om Guru Lian Sheng Siddhi Hom
Lama Lotuschef

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