The Void is the center of our own mastery. As the kundalini energy enlightens this area, we become our own guru (or master). The word guru means weight or gravity, and this grounded state is one of the primary ways that we remain in balance in the midst of our turbulent existence.
When the Kundalini rises and fills the Void, our attention is led out of confusion and illusion, into the awareness of the higher reality. In this way, we can take control of our own evolution without relying on external forces. Eventually, our own introspection will provide the answers and keys during our meditation. As we become our own master, we are able to discern between right and wrong, the Truth from fiction.
All of the great prophets and masters who have come to act as role models for the human race and to give knowledge of the higher reality are associated with the Void.
They have taught us the ways of righteous living that maintain codes of conduct by which anarchy is avoided.
The 10 Primordial Masters (Adi Gurus)
Raja Janaka 5000 BC, Mithila, India
Abraham 2000 BC, Mesopotamia and Palstine
Moses 1200 BC, Egypt and Palestine
Zarathustra 1000 BC, Persia
Counfucius 551-479 BC, China
Lao-Tse 6th century BC, China
Socrates 469-399 BC, Athens, Greece
Prophet Mohammed 570-632 AD, Mecca, Arabia
Guru Nanak 1469-1539 AD, Punjab, India
Shri Sai Baba of Shirdi 1838-1918 AD, Shirdi, India