Kundalini Yoga shown in the form of Ganges descent

Ashwamedha Yajna appears to be a form of Sakshipan Sadhana or Vipassana written in an allegorical style

Friends, there is a famous story of the descent of Ganga in Hindu philosophy. What happened that King Sagar had sixty thousand sons. Once they started performing Ashwamedha Yagya. At the end of the Yagya, the Yagya horse was released. Devraj was afraid that if that hundredth Ashvamedha Yajna of King Sagar was successful, then Sagar would get his post of Indra. That’s why he stole the horse and tied it outside Kapil Muni’s hermitage in Patal Lok. The sons of Sagar guessed that Kapil Muni had stolen the horse. That’s why they started abusing him. Due to this, when Kapil Muni opened his eyes, they themselves were burnt to ashes by the fire emanating from him. Then being saddened by this, King Sagar started apologizing to Kapil Muni and started asking the solution for the salvation of his sons. Then he spoke of their salvation from the river Ganges. Then no one could do such a big task. Born many generations after Sagar, Bhagirath asked Brahma as a boon to get heavenly Mother Ganga on earth and prayed to Shiva to bear her in his hair. His wish was fulfilled and the river Ganga passed over the ashes of the sons of Sagar and saved them.

Kundalini Science based analysis of the story of the birth of river Ganges

King Sagar is the symbol of the world-ocean. Means a man addicted to the world. Sixty thousand sons are symbols of thousands of desires and feelings. Ashwamedha Yagya means suppression of the senses. Medha means sacrifice or slaughter. Horse sacrifice means sacrifice of senses. If the horse in the form of external senses is sacrificed in the sacrificial fire in the form of subconscious mind and the fire is kindled in the form of uncovering the suppressed thoughts, then it is natural that one will get salvation in the form of heaven. The deities are pleased by that sacrifice because the whole body is made by the deities and they control it, such as the sun god control the eyes, Indra control the arms, etc. This fulfills the purpose of the God-directed deities, because the main reason behind the evolution of life seems to be to liberate the living being from the sufferings of repeated births and deaths etc. By fulfilling this purpose, the deities get power. That is why it has been said that the deities are pleased with Yagya and in turn they increase the wealth of devotees by providing rain etc. at the right time. The direct benefit is that there is no mutual estrangement between people and there is love and cooperation with each other, which leads to positive development. Performing such a yagya once does not work. Yagya has to be performed continuously throughout the life. This subconscious mind is like a very deep and attractive well, from out of which the garbage of thoughts keeps falling back again, though it remains then superficial, and is permanently flushed out by repeated effort. Maybe once a year, like some annual festival, there is a need to take out the garbage of thoughts in detail. It is called Ashwamedha Yagya. That’s why hundred yagyas were performed in the entire age of one hundred years of a man. Due to the absence of the hundredth Yagya, the garbage of thoughts and feelings born in the last year of life remains buried in the subconscious mind, which does not allow a man to be free. Our grandmother used to tell us a fable. There was a rope leading to heaven. Walking carefully on it, people used to go to heaven. Once an old woman was watching a yogi walking on it. He called out to Yogi to take her along too. Yogi felt pity on her and holding her hand started walking her on the rope. But Yogi put a condition that she would not look back and see her brothers and sisters crying in sorrow of being departed from her. If she looked back, she would lose her balance and fall back to the ground. The old woman accepted his condition. But on the way she could not help it, and as soon as she looked down, she fell down, but the Yogi passed on without looking at her. Such fables have very deep and epistemological meanings.

The purification of the mind is ultimately achieved through Vipassana, which is a peaceful form of meditation

By the way, liberation is not achieved through Kundalini awakening, self-knowledge etc. They only help in cleaning the accumulated garbage of thoughts or deeds, if someone wants to do it. If someone does not want to do this cleansing then it is a different matter. That’s why nowadays brain-shaking experiences like Kundalini awakening are not much prevalent and important, if I tell the truth. Anyway, in today’s busy, technological and study-filled era, there is already a lot of pressure on the mind. How much more pressure will he bear in the name of awareness. It is very difficult for most of the people to get solitude and peace. Excessive brain pressure can lead to incurable brain diseases like Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s. But these are not mine but the views of some other yogis. In fact, this does not happen if kundalini meditation or Kundalini awakening is done properly by staying within the limits of one’s tolerance. There is always benefit from kundalini meditation. I am writing this paragraph to test the views of some other people. In true sense, nowadays, it is the era of quiet Vipassana, that is, the practice of witnessing. By the way, Vipassana is also a meditation, calm, simple, natural and slow meditation. If the buffalo itself is going on the right path, then why should it be beaten with a stick, brother. If you want to clean only the garbage, then go straight and do it, why run through the crooked way. Even if the garbage of thoughts located outside is seen sometimes, it is still pure because it does not create attachment or craving. It can also be said that Vipassana makes a person calm, relaxed and light, due to which his mind itself does Kundalini meditation. That and Kundalini awakening further helps Vipassana, in turn Vipassana strengthens Kundalini meditation. In this way Vipassana and Kundalini meditation practice enhance each other.

Dhyana Yoga or Dhyana Yagya is the real Yagya, and animal sacrifice is the suppression of the senses

The senses are given the analogy of a horse or an animal in the scriptures. Pashupati means the owner of the animals as senses is a name of Lord Shiva. As the animal is inclined towards the outer world rather than towards the inner soul, so are the outer senses. The life span of a man is hundred years. After that death means attainment of heaven. Heaven cannot be attained while alive. Salvation is heaven even for Devraj Indra. That’s why Indra considers the attainment of this supreme heaven as an insult to him as for him how one can rise above him and the three worlds controlled by him. Although Indra along with the gods also gets strength from the liberation of man, but the ego when settles in the mind, it does not allow one to see his good and bad. Tying the hundredth horse to the underworld means that Indra established the power means shakti of the senses in the dark region of Muladhara. The body is governed by Indra. The extra energy of the body naturally goes to Muladhara itself, that is why its name has been associated with Indra. Everyone knows that it goes to the navel chakra, that’s why when there is no work and stress, there is a lot of hunger and the food is also digested well. It increases more shakti in the body. From there it descends to the Swadhishthana Chakra because such is the direction of movement of Shakti. There, if sex-related work is taken from it, then it climbs up again through the back and spreads with pleasure in the whole body or goes out and gets wasted. If even that work is not done, then it descends to the Muladhar and remains lying there. If ever a lot of work is done which gives fatigue and tension, then it reaches the concerned tired part through the back and repairs it, otherwise it remains asleep there. It must have been said that Shakti is sleeping in Muladhara because when we chant sleep-sleep continuously in the mind, then Shakti is felt going down passing through the front chakras and does not climb back up. If it goes up, it comes down immediately. If there is a hindrance in the energy coming down, then it comes from the brain to the throat. It is accompanied by a sudden sense of calmness and relief, and a sudden drop in cerebral pressure and blood pressure. Shakti works in every chakra, but not usually in Mooladhara, because that is the bedroom of Shakti. There the shakti has to be awakened. Different organs are associated with each chakra. Though anus is connected with Mooladhara as well, but it is also connected with Swadhishthana. I think that Swadhishthan Chakra also does all the work of Mooladhar. The place of awakening of shakti is the brain, so it is natural that the farther the organ or tissue is from the brain, the more it is asleep there. In the scriptures, the Nabhi or naval Chakra is also called the Yagya Kund where the oblation in the form of food keeps on burning. This does not mean that there is no need for external or physical gross sacrifice. Actually the outer Yagya also inspires the inner Kundalini Yagya. I feel the activity of Kundalini while performing physical Havan Yagya in ceremonies etc. Yes, this much can definitely be done so that there is no unnecessary misuse of physical resources in the name of physical sacrificial yagya.

Energy rises from below, but because of the residence of the subconscious mind at Muladhara and Swadhishthan, it has been shown going down from Sahasrar

Kapil Muni’s ashram in Muladhar means there is the holy presiding deity of Muladhar Chakra. To call it a bad word means to consider Muladhar impure. Sending sixty thousand sons by Sagar in search of horse means by man to get his lost shakti i.e. sensory power i.e. Kundalini shakti, leaving thousands of desires and feelings open means trying to sting everywhere in the world. The scriptures say that just as one who wanders in the forest quickly finds a gem, similarly one who wanders in the world quickly finds the subconscious mooladhar and the shakti sleeping in it. This is a great teaching, according to which, after getting tired of wandering in the world, man gets bored with the external senses and starts drowning in the subconscious mind. But this happens only if a person is living in the world with non-duality and non-attachment, otherwise the people of the world do not leave him behind even in the subconscious mind and drag him out of there also and do not allow him to meditate. It is clear from this that for the spiritual progress of the common man, it is very important to maintain a sense of non duality and non-attachment. Just as in this story, underworld or patal abode is below the sea and the path goes there only through the sea, in the same way Muladhar Chakra is also below all the worldly (the world is also called sea in the scriptures) chakras, and like Patal, it’s dormant world, that’s why it is called subconscious. To see Muni Kapil there means to see the originator of Sankhya Yoga and Jainism in the form of meditation. Jain monks also live in Digambar ie naked state. Accusing Muni of theft by abusing him means that they should know that this meditation picture has pulled Shakti down and imprisoned it. By insulting something, a man cannot take full advantage of it. If you keep peeing on Muladhar, then how will you wake it up by meditating on the Kundalini image on it. If you accuse the meditation image that it has taken away all your add shakti, then how will you give it more shakti? Excess or unused shakti will go into it unknowingly and will remain dormant there. That power or shakti there will be able to uncover the subconscious mind only if you give it a chance to do so and cooperate with it. That’s why you must have seen that sexy type of people are very deep looking and thinking. This is because they do not have much garbage in their mind. They constantly cleanse the filth of the mind with their sexual energy located at Muladhara, and on the other hand those who pretend to be clean and keep distance from sexuality are filled with the garbage of the subconscious mind inside. Sexy men are candid and have a sharp mind. Their attention is more concentrated in the Muladhar area than in other areas of the body. Although the face and the base are connected. The burning of those sixty thousand sons by the fire of anger in the form of sage’s vision means that all the thoughts and feelings of the mind fall asleep with shakti in the base. Means the Kundalini Shakti went into a dormant state along with the subconscious mind. After many generations in the Sagar dynasty, there was a great man named Bhagirath who was able to bring Ganga, who freed all the sons of Sagar alive, that means the person was able after many births to awaken the Sushumna and achieve the Kundalini awakening, through which the subconscious Thoughts and feelings suppressed in the mind (Patal Lok equivalent) continued to manifest with Ananda, Advaita and Bliss and merged into Brahman. Bhagirath did Kundalini Yoga which means severe penance. Brahma was pleased and gave the boon, which means Kundalini became active in Sahasrar. Sahasrar Chakra is also like a lotus and Brahma also sits on a lotus. Shiva living on Kailash holds the Ganga in his hair, which means the line of consciousness flowing in the Sushumna nadi gets absorbed in the Sahasrar. Sahasrara Chakra is inside the head full of hair just like Shiva. In many places Sahasrar is given the likeness of Mount Kailash. That Ganga came from heaven i.e. energy flowing in Sushumna and Sahasrar Chakra connects with divinity i.e. divine world which is called unique and unparalleled experience during Kundalini awakening. In fact, the seat of the subconscious mind is also the brain, but because it is awakened by the Sushumna-Shakti coming up from the Mooladhara, it is said to have been dormant with the Shakti in the Mooladhara Chakra. Similarly, if you start uncovering the subconscious mind with meditation, then Muladhara and Sushumna start functioning. Meaning these three are connected to each other. That’s why it is said in this mythological story that Ganga means glistening line of Sushumna Shakti came to Kailash means brain from heaven means all-pervasive and all-blissful experience of awakening, from there to Himalayas means spinal chord in backbone, then descending to ocean means world or different chakras, then to underworld or patal means reaching ultimately to mooladhar chakra. Actually the opposite happens, that means the shakti rises from the bottom up. Then it is said that Bhagirath kept walking along the Ganges, and wherever its path was blocked, he was removing that obstruction. It is like a man meditating on the chakras turn by turn to remove blockages of energy or shakti . Chakra-blocks are those blockages. People like Zakir Naik, the so-called international fugitive Islamic scholar and surrounded by allegations of terrorism, must follow this blog, because he tries to defame Hindu scriptures by exposing the mythical side of them, but is unaware of their scientific side.

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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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