The breath is very important in Kundalini-meditation. With the mind of the Kundalini, breathing starts improving, so the body’s metabolism improves. Similarly, by focusing mind on deep and regular breathing (with the body moving with it), the Kundalini appears on the chakras of the body (especially on the Anahata and Manipur chakras), and on the nose tip. Especially it is noticed on the nose tip, when the breath touching the nasal tip is minded. The same thing is written in the Gita (Hindu-scripture) too. There comes a topic called “meditation on nasikagra / nose tip or starting point of nose.” Many scholars consider it as a midpoint between the eyebrows, that is the Agya chakra. They call the starting part of the nose as this midpoint, because in their view the nose starts from there. Actually, the nose tip is nearest to the front lips, from which the nose starts. I can say it with evidence. When I go on a morning walk, and feel the touch at the sensitive part of the beginning of the nose with the cold breeze of the morning, then on my nose tip, on the peak of nose or slightly outside it, my kundalini appears. When I count one number with full breath (both inside and outside breath), likewise counting from one to five (most of the times foot-steps also aligned with the breath), and then breathing five times without count, and repeat such a sequence again and again for long, then the Kundalini becomes even more stable and clear.
Similarly, with the meditation of breath, you can also pronounce “So(silent a)ham” in mind. It also helps to get the godly power of “OM”. When pronouncing “so”, there is in breathing, and while pronouncing “ham”, there is out breathing. Sanskrit word “So / Sah” means “He (God)”. The Sanskrit word “ham / aham” means, I, That is, I am God / Brahma. In yoga, the importance of all types of breaths is there. If breath is shallow, then mind focusing on that at nasikagra / nose tip is easy. If there is deeper breath, then at the Vishuddha Chakra, at the Anahata Chakra with still deeper breath, with deeper than that, it is easy to meditate on those breaths at the Manipura Chakra and with the highest deepness level of breaths, it is easy to focus mind on those at Swadhishthan-Muladhar Chakra. By breathing with the stomach, meditation of breath at the navel chakra appears to be the easiest and most effective.
While bearing the Advaitabhaav / non-dual feel like Dehapurush, Kundalini is exposed up, and with this, breathing (along with metabolism) improves. Puffs become regular and deep. The air of the breath is felt appealing, and the feeling of satisfaction begins. Stress starts to end. The mechanisms of the body are relaxed. The working of the heart improves. The burden of the heart decreases. There is calm in the mind with joy.
Double way can also be adopted. In this, by holding the Advaita (mainly with the help of physiologic philosophy / shareervigyan darshan), the breaths are slightly deepened and regularized. Then paying attention to those breaths, more benefits are obtained. In addition to the non-dual feeling, the breath can be improved even by direct meditation of the Kundalini. Advaita and Kundalini-meditation, both of them can be run together. With the non duality, Kundalini becomes manifested anyway. Additional attention can be given to that exposed Kundalini. After concentrating on the breath for a long time, the Kundalini becomes like a stable and clear image in mind under meditation. The Kundalini then refreshes the whole body, relaxes it, and removes the disease.
While focusing on breath, moving parts of the body with breath itself attract the meditative attention. Almost all major body parts move with breath. In this way, the entire body gets entry into meditation. The whole body is full of Advaitic (non-dual) men. Therefore, the mind itself is filled with non-duality by indirect attention on those dehpurushas. According to “physiology philosophy,” these micro human beings exist in the form of body cells, and body biochemicals. These micro human beings behave just like living beings. Because a being having an Advaita feeling can only be a human being, not another creature. In other organisms, there is even lack of the bhaav / mental possession / feeling, so there is no question of type of feeling. Therefore, the form of a human being appears superimposed over those dehpurushas. Because a yogi has made a man (master or lover) as his own Kundalini, so the yogi is most habitual of that man’s form. From this, the form of that special man that is attributed to his Kundalini, that is superimposed over Deh-Purusha of that meditating yogi. With the practice of yogic pranayama, the breath becomes associated with the kundalini. From this also, the Kundalini manifests itself in the meditation of the breath. In this way, the Kundalini is constantly reinforced with various efforts, so that both of the mind and the body remain healthy. In this way, Kundalini can be awakened in the earliest times. In all these efforts, physiology-philosophy has a very important role to play.
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