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Aries

There are four states of consciousness that are possible for any human being:

  1. Slumber state of consciousness
  2. Somnambular state of consciousness (unconscious conduct in daytime while performing our everyday exertions)
  3. Self-cognizance
  4. Objective consciousness

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Taurus

Taurus is the zodiacal sign that governs the creative larynx, which is a marvelous uterus where the Word, the Verb, is gestated.  It is appropriate that in this lesson we generally comprehend the words of John when he stated,

In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was God.  All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made.

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Gemini

Identification and fascination lead to the sleep of the consciousness.  For example, you are walking quite calmly down the street, you suddenly encounter a public demonstration; the masses vociferate, they talk about the leaders of the people, the flags wave through the air, people seem to be crazy, everybody speaks, everybody yells.

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Cancer

Upon leaving the body, taking the path of fire, of the light of the day, of the fortnight of the Moon and of the northern solstice, those who know Brahma go to Brahma. - The Bhagavad Gita 8:24

The yogi who upon dying goes on the path of smoke, of the dark fortnight of the Moon and of the southern solstice, reaches the lunar sphere and is then reborn. - Bhagavad Gita 8:25

These two paths, the luminous and the dark, are considered permanent.  One becomes emancipated on the first one, and is reborn on the second one. - Bhagavad Gita 8:2

For the Being there’s never birth nor death. Nor, having once been, does he ever cease to be. He is unborn, eternal, ever-existing, undying and primeval. He is not slain when the body is slain.- Bhagavad Gita 2:20

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Leo

Annie Besant narrates a case of Master Nanak, which is well worth transcribing.

“It was a Friday that day, and when the hour of prayer arrived, master and servant headed towards the mosque. When the Quazi (Muslim priest) started the prayers, the Nabob [Governor] and his retinue prostrated themselves, as is prescribed by the Mohammedan rite; Nanak remained standing, still and silent.  Once the prayer had ended, the Nabob confronted the young man and, indignant, he asked him, ‘Why have you not fulfilled the ceremonies of the law? You are a liar and a fake.  You should not have come here to stand like a post.’

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