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Hello, In a previous posts you said that the physical body of a sage is made of immortal light even if it appear physical made of flesh and bones. Maybe im wrong but I imagine the meaning of the Trinity of the father (God), the son (body in the form of Jesus) and holy spirit (kundalini) as states of the same element. Like ice, water, vapor, transforming according to cold or hot temperature, this is easy to understand. But what is the real reason a body can change in light? When some religions say its God, it doesnt explain anything. There is a video about this in youtube,

While there is no doubt a covering of flesh, even as regards the realized sage, the constituent elements of that body [Akasa-space, Vayu-air, Agni-fire, Aapah-water, Prithvi- Earth] are in complete resonance and equilibrium with the very same elements in the cosmos, without distinction. Therefore, the body can be de-materialized by merging the constituent elements back into their source.

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(That Supreme being is the absolute truth)


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