Sanskrit literature is an unique literature because of being Kundalini based literature
Friends, I am born fond of Sanskrit literature. Sanskrit literature is very captivating, alive, enthusiastic and full of consciousness. Many years ago a Sanskrit scholar gentleman wrote a beautiful, concise and knowledge-rich book named ‘Sanskrit Sahitya Parichayika’ that means ‘a mini introducer to Sanskrit literature’. At that time the era of online books had not arrived. Due to this it remained in oblivion till date. I wanted to put it online. There was a problem with typing on the computer, as most of the words were from Sanskrit, and were difficult to type. Good luck to Google’s intelligent keyboard in Android. Most of the typing was done by itself. I type only the first few characters, the rest it predicts itself. Now fully typed. I have even published it online on most of the publishing platforms. I will be doing it online soon in the rest of the places as well. It is also available as a free PDF book at the link for free books on the shop page of this website. It is worth reading for all literature lovers. Nowadays a basic introduction to any subject is enough. Speaking it means that a hint of the subject is enough. The rest of the detail about it is found on Google and through other means. It is only necessary to make the initial imprint on mind associated with literature, which this book makes very well. This book is no match for the full enjoyment of Sanskrit literature. It is definitely small, but it is like an ocean in a pitcher. Guided by this book, I started searching for Kalidas’s Kumarasambhav poetry on Google. I came to know that it describes the story of the love of Shiva-Parvati, and the birth of Lord Kartikeya from them. Kumar means boy or child, Sambhav means origin. It is said that due to the sin of describing the sexual intercourse between Shiva and Parvati, the poet Kalidas had got leprosy. So there he left it incomplete. Later it was completed. Some people say that the general public did not accept their sexual intercourse description due to devotion towards Shiva and Parvati. So he had to stop it. The first possibility, though rare, seems factual, as it is not a common sexual intercourse. It cannot be described in a worldly way. It is in the form of a tantrasadhana or tantric meditation, and metaphorical, as shown in the previous post. There is no place for worldly humor and entertainment in it. There is also a psychological fact behind this possibility. Since many people have beliefs associated with the gods, their insults may not only reflect their expressed badmouthing or ill-will of displeasure, but may also be expressed in a subconscious form. Observing in this way, it is known that all the Sanskrit literature is based on the stories and narratives of the Hindu Vedas and Puranas. Most of the literature lovers and writers take a favorite subject from the Vedas or Puranas, and by expanding it, they create a new literature. Because all the subjects of Vedas and Puranas are scientific because of being based on Kundalini, therefore Sanskrit literature also proves to be Kundalini-oriented and scientific.
Making public the revelation of mythical spiritual stories of various religions appears a fundamental demand of today’s modern, scientific, and materialistic era
I sometimes feel that revealing spiritual mysteries can bring great benefits to the society. I do not say that the mystery should be revealed everywhere, because by doing so the joy of mystical tales will end. But at least in one place, there should be a composition available to reveal those secrets. It is said that spiritual principles and techniques were made mystical so that man would not be misled by trying them before spiritual maturity. Even if a man comes to know the truth of the mystery even before his spiritual maturity, he will be able to benefit from it only when he attains maturity. By understanding the mystery, he will surely get the benefit in this way that he will be inspired to attain spiritual maturity quickly by trying to achieve spiritual progress as soon as possible, so that he can benefit from that mystery. Together, by then he will be well acquainted with the secrets and principles of yoga practice. Those won’t look new and awkward when he needs them. It is also said that if a person keeps the goods of a tea shop with him for a long time, then one day he will definitely open a tea shop and become a successful industrialist. In today’s era, more than ever before, it seems necessary to make spiritual revelation public because honest, and accomplished spiritual masters are rarely found these days, and those who do are also mostly out of reach of common public. Earlier this was not the case. At that time spirituality was dominant. Nowadays, physicality dominates more. If one becomes spiritually mature nowadays, and does not get the right guidance as per his need, then he may have to suffer great spiritual loss. Another benefit will also be available that when all the religions are revealed, then only Kundalini element that’s nondual element will be seen as the basic element of spirituality. This will end the mutual animosity between all the religions and in fact Sarvadharma Sambhav or equality of all religions will be established. It will end most of the worldwide conflicts.
Ida Nadi has been called Rishi’s wife Arundhati
Now let’s move on to the allegorical narrative described in the previous post. The sage wife named Arundhati, who is described in it, is actually Ida Nadi. Ida Nadi represents the feminine part of Ardhanarishvara or half man-half woman god . Sometimes while practicing hatha yoga, the prana starts flowing more in the ida nadi. This means that she prevents prana from entering the sushumna. It is only through the Sushumna that the prana is well established on the chakras. Along with Prana, there is also the luminosity of semen. It is told by saying that Arundhati prevented the sage wives from approaching the god of fire. But the yogi, by meditating on the agya chakra, made flow the virya tej or semen luminosity along with the prana through the sushumna and poured it on the chakras. It is shown that the sage wives did not listen to Arundhati, but obeyed the path as directed subconsciously by Lord Shiva. Ajnachakra is also a symbol of Shiva, because his third eye opens there.
The difference between Kundalini awakening and Kundalini yoga is only in the extent of experience, not the nature of the experience
In many places, Sahasrara is considered to be the eighth chakra. The transmission of semen up to Sahasrara is more difficult than other chakras. Doing so forcibly can cause headaches. Therefore semen is established only on the lower seven chakras. In this metaphor it has been said that out of eight, only seven wives went to Agnidev and started getting heat of fire. Even the eighth wife came, but she did not take the heat of the fire. Meaning that even a little bit of semen goes up to Sahasrara, but it is negligible. Up to Sahasrar, the semen tej goes usually through more active sushumna. In this metaphor it is said that the Ganges river poured the semen of Shiva into the grass of the reed. It should always be kept in mind that there is always a Kundalini picture or mental thoughts in it’s absence associated with prana or virya tej or energy or power. All these names are synonymous with each other, that is, all are synonymous. The first and most burning sensation is felt on the front Swadhishthana chakra born of the semen tej. It is associated with the same genitalia referred to in the previous article as the pigeon. Along with this, when the Kundalini is also meditated on the front chakras, then it starts coming on the front chakras. Then it is felt going from the chakras to the spinal cord. Probably it seeps from the front chakra to the rear chakra. That’s why both the front and back chakras interact with each other through a thin line, means both are said to be connected together through a short energy channel. This is told in the mythological story by saying that the sage wives gave that bright semen to the Himalaya, because the rear chakras are situated along the spinal cord. The Puranas are very meticulously written. Each of their words has a huge and deep meaning. This semen-shifting is felt by a feeling of pleasure with the contraction running from bottom to top in the central part of the back and a feeling of lessening of the burden below. Then after a while, with the help of that contraction, it is felt to enter into the sushumna. The feeling is very mild, and appears to be a joyous or orgasmic line of soreness or any sensation made up of a length wise spasmodic type contraction of central part of back. Simultaneously, the Kundalini picture is felt in Sahasrar. With practice, all kinds of experiences keep on increasing. In this metaphor it has been said that Agnidev gave that seminal glory to seven sage wives, sage wives gave to Himalaya, Himalaya to Ganga river, and Ganges river to reed grass. It simply means that Kundalini ascends to Sahasrar only sequentially, not directly. This is often said in yoga. However, through tantric yoga, one can go straight to Sahasrara. Someone’s Kundalini is said to be in the Muladhara, someone’s ascended up to the Swadhisthana chakra, someone’s up to the Manipura chakra, someone’s up to the Anahata chakra, someone’s up to the Vishuddhi, someone’s up to the Agya chakra and someone’s up to the Sahasrara chakra. Although Kundalini rises and descends in these seven chakras in daily yoga practice, it takes a lot of practice to keep the Kundalini on one chakra for a long time. Your Kundalini will also go to Sahasrara every day, but it will remain in Sahasrar for the same amount of time you meditate on Sahasrara during yoga practice. When Kundalini starts staying in Sahasrara continuously, throughout the day, for many days and without any yoga practice, then only it will be considered as ascended to Sahasrara. This is also called the prana rising or pranotthan. In this man is full of divine qualities. Animals become aware of this state of man. When I am close to this stage, animals start to sniff me strangely and show other reactions. There’s maximum probability of kundalini awakening during this phase. For this, sexual yoga helps a lot. It is not necessary that all these experiences happen only when there is Kundalini awakening. Every Kundalini yogi always has these experiences. Many do not understand them, many cannot feel them properly, and many cannot separate them from other minor experiences. This probably happens when Kundalini yoga is not practiced daily or regularly for long periods of time. On leaving the practice, the experiences related to Kundalini reach the normal level of the beginning. I’ll give an example. While taking a bath, wherever the touch of water in any part of the body is felt with meditation, that sensation is felt with a shrinkage going through the back to the Sahasrar. It is evident from this that the Sushumna Nadi lies in the spinal cord, because it carries all the sensations of the body to the brain. The difference between Kundalini awakening and Kundalini yoga is only in the amount of experience, not the nature of the experience. In Kundalini awakening, the Kundalini experience reaches the highest level, and other experiences related to it can also reach the highest level. After the momentary glimpse of kundalini awakening, one is again an ordinary kundalini Yogi, not more.
Meditation at Tip
Meditation at Tip is a shortened form of the Vajroli Kriya. It can be called as partial vajroli. In this, the semen is not thrown out, but carried on the penis tip or Vajrashikha, and then it is brought back up. It is as if without ejaculation the sexual sensation is increased to near its peak sensation, and then intercourse is stopped. It is such that even if a little intercourse is done after that last upper limit, then the ejaculation occurs due to uncontrolled force of genital orgasm. This technique is popular among today’s tantrics especially Buddhist tantrics. It’s also very impressive and powerful. This technique has come from the Shiva Puran story of Agnidev where in he becoming a pigeon as described in the previous article. It is also more secure, because it does not require much expertise and practice like full Vajroli, and there is no fear of infection etc. Actually, the mystical stories written in the form of metaphors in Shiva Purana are the basic foundations of the world wide Tantra.
The body and its parts should be respected as deities
It is mentioned in the Tantra scriptures that all the deities reside in the vagina. That is why the yoni is worshiped in the Kamakhya temple. With this all the deities are worshiped on their own. Actually this happens only because of the tremendous energy of Muladhara. In fact, this is what gives energy to the mooladhara. One experiences the Kundalini picture there due to this tremendous amount of energy. Because the mind is comprised of all the deities, and Kundalini is the essence or representative of the whole mind, that is why it is called so. Therefore some of the sexual parts of the metaphor described in the previous article should not be taken for granted or shouldn’t be misunderstood or misinterpreted. According to the philosophy of Physiology, all the parts of the body are in the form of gods. According to the Puranas too, all the parts of the body are gods. All 33 billion deities reside in the body. This means that every cell of the body is a god form. This also implies that serving and caring for the body is tantamount to worshiping all the deities. This all has been proved with facts in the book ‘sharirvigyan darshan’. This body is the essence of all the Puranas and the philosophy of Physiology or sharirvigyan darshan. The Puranas were written in ancient times, but the philosophy of physiology is modern. Therefore, no part of the body should be insulted. Insulting bodily parts insults the deities. By doing this the deities do not help in destroying the ignorance or demon Tarakasur, which delays the liberation of man unnecessarily. Many people get upset in the name of religion because of comparing a deity to a part of the body. It means considering the body and its parts as inferior to god. On one hand they are pleasing the deity, but on the other they are also displeasing the god.