Psychology of Kundalini meditation

Kundalini meditation in the brain

We cannot concentrate deeply on the Kundalini in the brain for long. Doing so increases the pressure in the brain, causing discomfort, and may also cause dizziness. Being under the pressure of the brain starts to affect everyday activities. Memory decreases. There is no mind in worldly works. There is fatigue in mind and body. The head feels like spinning. If you are unaccustomed, there is also a fear of damaging the brain, which can also cause brain diseases like Alzheimer’s disease.

Kundalini’s meditation on lower chakras

The above problem is solved by chakra-meditation. In this, the focusing on the Kundalini is done on the lower chakras of the body. The intensity of meditation on the chakras keeps increasing upwards. That is why Kundalini-Yogis start with Muladhar, so that they can get used to it gradually.

In Vedic culture, Kundalini was meditated inside nature

In the ancient Vedic age, life was very disturbed. There were many problems. A man was extroverted and materialistic. There were no machines. All the work had to be done manually. There used to be terror of wild animals. In such a situation, it was not possible for the common public to meditate deeply. That is why the people started worshiping nature, and meditated on Kundalini within natural substances. There are many examples of this in the form of Suryadeva/sun god, Vayudev/wind god, Agnidev/fire god etc. In that system, Kundalini was situated at the most distance from the brain, which made her meditation very easy. A man growing in the midst of nature used to get benefits of this type of meditation always and spontaneously.

The idol tradition helped to intensify meditation

Gradually, human became developed, which made a lot of extra time available for him. Idolism was born from that. Now man could concentrate in solitude, staying away from nature. Places of idol-meditation emerged as temples. Devamurti/god-idols were providing more kundalini-meditation, because those idols were closer to the brain, and were more like a human being.

With beginning of Kundalini Yoga, meditation got wings

In the course of time, man had developed so much that his reserves were filled with the extra grain and additional resources collected by him. With this, he could do deep meditation for a long time. Hence, Kundalini-yoga was discovered. In it, Kundalini had to be meditated on different parts / chakras of the body. The distance of Kundalini from one’s brain had decreased a lot, and Kundalini had reached the person’s own body. This brought meditation to an unlimited height, which reached its peak in the Sahasrara Chakra, in the form of Kundalini-awakening.

Meditation is always in the brain

Wherever you meditate on Kundalini, it would have been in the brain, because the brain is the only place of all experiences. It is a different matter that the closer Kundalini is to the brain / Sahasrara, the stronger the focus on it.

In today’s era, appropriate meditation practices exist for every type of person

Today is an era of diversities. Many people are very busy. Kundalini-Dhyana (Karmayoga) with Vedic culture is available to them. For those who have a little extra time, many temples exist to meditate on the deities. Full-fledged Kundalini yoga is also available for those who have the most extra time.

कृपया इस पोस्ट को हिंदी में पढ़ने के लिए इस लिंक पर क्लिक करें (कुण्डलिनी-ध्यान का मनोविज्ञान)

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demystifyingkundalini by Premyogi vajra- प्रेमयोगी वज्र-कृत कुण्डलिनी-रहस्योद्घाटन

I am as natural as air and water. I take in hand whatever is there to work hard and make a merry. I am fond of Yoga, Tantra, Music and Cinema. मैं हवा और पानी की तरह प्राकृतिक हूं। मैं कड़ी मेहनत करने और रंगरलियाँ मनाने के लिए जो कुछ भी काम देखता हूँ, उसे हाथ में ले लेता हूं। मुझे योग, तंत्र, संगीत और सिनेमा का शौक है।

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