Friends, yoga or spirituality has been shown to be associated with flying. The description of planes appears in many places in the spiritual scriptures. Yogis have been shown flying in the sky at many places. The soul has been given the metaphorical form of bird. Today we will discuss it scientifically.
There is basically no difference between the soul and the sky
Both are three-dimensional. Both are ubiquitous. During the divine experience of self-awareness, man experiences himself as a glaring, blissful, all-pervasive, and conscious sky. Similarly, at the time of encounter of the departed soul, the man feels himself like the sky. However, it has very few qualities of light, consciousness and bliss. Therefore, that form appears like a glowing mascara. Yet that form is ubiquitous.
Man’s mind has always been tempted to fly in the sky
The reason for this is that the soul is sky-like. Everyone wants to befriend someone like him. That is why every man wants to travel in the sky. This is the reason why you get pleasure sitting in an airplane. When I was sitting in the plane, Kundalini became active with pleasure in my mind. Likewise, I went to an empty field to enjoy kite with my family one day. Children were flying kites in the high sky, and I lay on the ground facing sky over a mat, so that I could see the kite continuously without turning my neck. I kept watching the kite without getting tired for about an hour and a half. During that time Kundalini remained active, with quiet thoughts and old memories slowly creeping with bliss in my mind. Many times I felt like sitting on that kite myself and flying in the high sky. For many days, that bliss remained in my mind, and along with it, the zeal also dominated. There was a good mood in work as well. Similarly, Kundalini bliss increases in the mountains as well. This is because the mountains are also three dimensional like the sky, although slightly less than that. Even in the mountains, man can move in every way. He can also move back and forth, and can also climb up and down.
Kundalini bird starts flying in the sky as it becomes available
When with sharirvigyan darshan or other nondual philosophies, the emptiness of the sky begins to settle in the mind, then Kundalini starts to appear like a flying bird in it. Together, there is bliss as like flying in the sky. At that time the soul is like the dark and void sky of the background, and only the Kundalini expresses like a glistening bird in the sunny sky or as a piece of light. Hence the soul that has been considered as a bird in the scriptures, that’s actually Kundalini. Kundalini is the compressed or short form of the soul. As the snake becomes smaller by coiling into a tight spiral, so too the soul. That is why it is called Kundalini that literally means coiled into spiral. When the Kundalini joins the soul fully and becomes universal, then it is called the opening of the coil of the snake and coming to its real and detailed form. In the same way, when one becomes connected to the sky, the nondual emptiness like the sky starts filling the mind. That also creates the same Kundalini effect, which fills the mind with bliss in the same way. That is why, as mentioned above, in the scriptures, yogis are shown flying in the sky, and planes are described in abundance.
Kundalini is the lamp of the deluded soul
The mind becomes void and calm like the sky due to the meditation of non duality, but its bliss and light disappears. This happens because joy and light are with the thoughts of the mind. They disappear with thoughts. To compensate for these, the Kundalini in the form of a lonely picture becomes active in the mind. It acts like a lamp, and fills the thoughtless mind or soul with joyful light. Through the long-term Kundalini yoga practice, there comes a time when the soul produces its own natural light. Then the light of the Kundalini lamp also fades there. But this happens only at the highest and last level of spiritual practice. This is called asamprajnata samadhi.
Kundalini is the physical representative of the soul
The soul is zero like the sky but full of consciousness as opposed to it, although by being in worldliness, it has to bear its ill effects of illusion. This causes its conscious light to disappear. When man tries to return to his primitive soul with advaita spirit, then Kundalini appears there. This is because the neuronal energy in the brain is gathered from the thoughtless state generated by Advaita, which usually produces thoughts. The easy way to get that neuronal energy out is through Kundalini thought or picture. This happens because for that the brain does not have to decide what the Kundalini picture is like, should it be thought about, what will be the consequences of thinking it, etc. This is because of the long association with the Kundalini picture. This relationship can be as natural as love etc., and also artificial in the form of yoga etc. The same Kundalini picture tries to give the soul the natural qualities of its light, consciousness, etc. At that time the soul is in the form of Yin, and Kundalini as Yang. However this seems to us due to worldly illusion. In fact, it’s just opposite, there is Kundalini in the form of Yin and the soul in the form of Yang. The union of these two is Shivvihiva or Shiva marriage. When it is completed, it is called Kundalini awakening or Self Realization. At that time, the consciousness of Kundalini envelops the whole self-sky, and the two seem to be completely mingled with each other. Kundalini is said to be the physical representative of the soul, because it is undoubtedly a limited and solitary image in the limited brain, and is bound by physical constraints, but it has all the conscious qualities of the soul. The same reminds the soul of its true real qualities. But it happens through practice. That is why Kundalini is always remembered through yoga, love, etc.