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Kundalini is everything. When the same is taken care of at specific points of the body, then they are called chakras. When imaginary paths are formed by giving kundalini motion, then they are also called nadis/psychic channels. Advaita/non-duality itself is produced by meditating on kundalini. Similarly, by meditating on Advaita, the Kundalini manifests itself in the mind.
Two intertwined snakes in our spine have been shown in many religions. There is a straight pole in the middle.
There are two tantric lovers intertwined in yab-yum posture in the same way as two snakes
As you can see in the pictures below. The serpent in blue is male, and the serpent in red is female. We have also told this earlier that man’s overall form is only in his nervous system, and it resembles the appearance of a snake raising its hood. The main part of our nervous system is in the back (spinal cord) including the head. That is why our back looks like a snake. Because Kundalini (sensation) runs on the body of this serpent (nervous system), so whatever other path kundalini takes when it moves, it is mostly given the shape of a snake. In fact, one serpent represents the back of a tantric lover, and another serpent represents the back of intertwined partner tantric lover. The male lover begins the meditation of the Kundalini with the woman’s muladhara chakra. Then he brings the Kundalini directly back and establishes it on his base chakra. In this way the base chakras of the both lovers are joined together, and the powerful Muladhar Chakra of a central nadi is formed, which is marked with the sign of the cross in the picture. This central nadi/psychic channel is shown as a straight pole called the sushumna. Male snake has been called Pingala, and female snake has been called Ida. Then the male lover lifts the Kundalini up and sets it on his Swadhisthana Chakra. From there, he takes her straight ahead and establishes her on the woman’s swadhishthan chakra. In this way, the swadhishthan of the sushumna also becomes active. Then he makes her climb up from the woman’s swadhishthan, and sets her on the Manipur Chakra. This makes Manipur in Ida active. From there he takes it straight back and establishes it on his own Manipur Chakra. There, it activates Pingala’s Manipur. The Manipur Chakra of Sushumna itself becomes functional due to the working of the Manipur Chakras of both the channels. In this way, this action goes on like this up to Sahasrara Chakra. Woman lover also runs Kundalini in this way. In this way, two snakes appear to be interlocked and moving upwards, and reach the Sahasrara through the sushumna channel.
The symbol of caduceus also refers to tantric sexual yoga
In this sign, two snakes are intertwined in the same way. In the middle of them is a straight pillar, with feathers on top. In fact, those wings point towards Kundalini’s upward rise to Sahasrara. Anyway, at the time of awakening, Kundalini feels flying with a massive upward pressure. That column tapers downwards. This means that while ascending the Kundalini becomes more powerful.
Two wrapped snakes in one’s own body also indicate a balanced sharing of the activities of the sympathetic and parasympathetic parts of his own body’s nervous system
Ida can be called parasympathetic nervous system. It is lunar, calm, passive, and feminine. Pingala channel can be called sympathetic nervous system. It is solar, gaudy, active, and masculine. When the two systems are mixed in equal amounts, then there is non-duality, balance and harmony in life. In such a situation, Kundalini starts developing, because we have said earlier that Kundalini always stays with Advaita/non-duality.