Blue Pearl
References of Interest


Swami Muktananda References to the Blue Pearl

Swami Muktananda (1908–1982), the great Indian saint who introduced Siddha Yoga practices and meditation techniques to the United Sates, gives a detailed description of the significance and of his experiences of the Blue Pearl.

In addition to the quotes from Muktananda on's original Blue Pearl page, he gave a definition and interpretation of the Blue Pearl:

... a brilliant blue light, the size of a tiny seed, that appears to the meditator whose energy has been awakened. The Blue Pearl is the subtle abode of the inner Self.
                      - Swami Muktananda, Does Death Really Exist?, p. 36


Grand Master Choa Kok Sui References to the Blue Pearl

Pranic healer Grand Master Choa Kok Sui offers a meditation for soul realization based on the blue pearl, as the seed of consciousness located in the center of the head.

Meditation on the Soul is very powerful. The essence of this spiritual practice is to concentrate and be aware of the "seed of consciousness" or the "blue pearl" at the center of the head, and eventually become one with the higher soul.
      - Master Choa Kok Sui, Meditations for Soul Realization, p. 112

What exactly is the blue pearl? The blue pearl is the “seed of consciousness” or the mental permanent seed, found in the crown chakra, and located in the pineal gland. Through regular and prolonged meditation on the blue pearl or the seed of consciousness, one gradually experiences one’s true nature, which is called the “Buddha Nature” in Buddhism.
      - Master Choa Kok Sui, Om Mani Padme Hum: The Blue Pearl in the Golden Lotus, p. 55

Relevant books by Grand Master Choa Kok Sui include Meditations for Soul Realization, Om Mani Padme Hum: The Blue Pearl In The Golden Lotus and Achieving Oneness with Higher Soul. These and several other books by Choa Kok Sui are available here.

Note: Om Mani Padme Hum: The Blue Pearl In The Golden Lotus is a beautifully bound book with glossy pages, inspiring color illustrations and the soul meditation. Achieving Oneness with Higher Soul: Meditations for Soul Realization is the also includes the soul meditation and in addition, the twin hearts meditation. All are published by Institute for Inner Studies, Makati City, Philippines.


Alice A. Bailey References to the Blue Disk

The above link goes to the four specific references by Djwhal Khul to the "blue disk" in the Alice A. Bailey writings, all in the context of meditation visualization exercise pertinent to contacting the master in the subjective realms.


Lucille Cedercrans References to the Blue-White Light and the Cave Center

Lucille Cedercrans refers to the Blue-White light of the Christ. She frequently discusses the Cave Center and gives meditation instructions relating to this experience.

As you go to sleep, slowly and easily, without creating too great a point of tension, upon a line of light withdraw the consciousness from the ajna center into the cave in the center of the head. Look outward for a moment to the ajna, ascertaining that the line of light remains intact, and then turn your attention to the line of light extending upward via the head center to loose itself in a sphere of light which is the relationship with your ashram. Realize that that overshadowing light is placed there for you by the ashram and place your consciousness within it upon going to sleep. Endeavor to remain there, with no other thought in mind than your relationship (as an incarnating Soul) to the ashram, until you go to sleep.
                       - Lucille Cedercrans, The Nature of the Soul, p. 293–294

Wisdom Impressions is the publisher of Lucille Cedercrans's works, available in printed editions as well as electronically on a CD. Her course in Self-initiated spritual growth, The Nature of the Soul, is also available as a free download (to locate teachings about the "cave," use the Adobe Reader Search function).

Further discussion of the Cave Center


World Teacher Trust ~ Reference to the Electric Blue Light

The light in the centre of the Antahkarana body is the flame, which is also called the centre of the egoic lotus, the jewel in the lotus. It is surrounded by a light structure like triangular petals of light waves. Through the centre of the egoic lotus the light is focused like from a source. In the Scriptures it is described as “the electric blue light”. It radiates through the petals as a triangular flame, whose rays are the inner instruments, the Antahkaranas. The light itself is not the source, but the channel for the source through which man meets the Heavenly Man. The information about it helps us to work with it.
                       - K.P. Kumar: Master E.K., The Antahkarana, The Lunar Messenger, Leo 2008


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