A return to ancestral values is important but in itself insufficient. We should also build bridges between cultures so that through our own understanding of the other we can expand our personal and collective consciousness. We need to see ourselves in the other, to encompass all human cultures and combine the best that each one has to offer. This is called «transculturation» and it is essential we do it because, in the realm of thought, if we do not promote a diversity of ideas but fight against the other to impose our worldview, we will be stunted by a kind of intellectual inbreeding.
The evolution of the soul passes through three stages - innocence, experience, and a third, innocence in experience. They are like three steps - the first two complement each other, while the third one is the sum of those. That is how life evolves, from a pattern that we find repeated in nature. It is described by what we call the Fibonacci Sequence, according to which a number is the sum of two previous numbers.
“In the first part of this article, the Andean and Tantric world views were compared. The second part compares the Andean with the Taoist. And just as Taoism produced the I-Ching, at the end of the article the Kuya Inka are introduced, which also consists of 64 permutations, such as the number of codons in the DNA."
“The Himalayas and the Andes create a planetary spiritual axis. The tantric Sri Yantra and the Andean Chakana show us such a relationship. From its detailed analysis we observe that in the complementarity defined by both, the Andes symbolize the female spiritual axis and the Himalayas the masculine"
This article begins with a comparative study between the tantric concept of the chakra and its equivalent in the Andean cosmovision. Then, it continues with the explanation of an energy healing technique practiced in the Andes to heal and activate the different energy centers of the subtle body.