Kundalini Yoga dhyana having Vipassana i.e. witnessing meditation as an important component

Kapalbhati Pranayama is very useful for Vipassana Sadhana

In the last post, I was also telling about Vipassana. According to my experience Kapalbhati Pranayama also helps a lot in Vipassana. Only the breath has to be pushed out. Let go as you go inside. Don’t let yourself get tired. Be relaxed. The colorful thoughts that are arising, let them arise. Whatever old memories are coming, let them come. They themselves will merge into the void form soul. Actually this happens because with appearance of thoughts in one’s mind without the help of any material things, man comes to know that they are unreal and as subtle as the sky, but coming in contact with the material world, they become true and gross by illusion. This is also the principle of Vipassana. That is why it has been repeatedly said in the scriptures that the world is unreal. Probably it is written for Vipassana, because when Vipassana makes the world seem unreal, then knowing the world as unreal will lead to Vipassana itself. Vipassana is more obvious with Kapalbhati Pranayama because even in our busy daily routine we breathe in such rapid and jerky ways as kapalbhati. As soon as a thought comes, one feels that the appetite for breath increases, and the inward breath also feels deep, sweet, flavored and satisfying. If the thought is not repressed forcefully, then it becomes a chain of thoughts by joining one by one further and further, and almost all the mind comes out of the pitcher, which is said in the previous post story that hundreds or thousands of sons have been born from one pitcher. The thought picture that is already lightly imprinted emerges less. The meaning is clear that garbage gets accumulated in the mind only because of attachment-filled behavior. To bring it out with vipassana again and again means to clean the garbage. Just like the solidified dirt in a pan has to be washed out again and again, in the same way the thought with attachment has to be removed again and again.

One should live like a wanderer, because Vipassana practice becomes stronger by coming in contact with new places and people

Looking at that colorful program of previous post, new and old thoughts were overflowing in my mind with witnessing and joy, and were merging in the void form soul. Means Vipassana meditation was happening by itself. In fact, that area itself became a Vipassana area for me. This happens when an old and unknown relationship is associated with a place, which is similar to one’s home area, but the people there remain neutral towards the new man considering him as a stranger and an outsider. They are not able to protest him because they also feel affinity with the new person. Due to this, man’s power itself keeps being spent in Vipassana by staying away from the unnecessary hassle of worldliness and relationships. The gods of our village used to be our old kings. They were also our ancestors in a way. With them our forefathers came from the old state to the new state. In the new princely state, king built his house at a place from where he could see the hill of his old princely state directly and at all times. Most of the doors and windows of his house were also made by him in the direction of the same hill. When his temple was built there after his death, even then its door was placed in the same direction. Similarly my grandmother used to tell that a recluse Sadhu Baba used to live in her village, who loved her like a daughter. My grandmother’s village was near the top of a high mountain. The mountain was very high, and the surrounding mountains were no match for it. His main purpose in coming to the peak of that mountain was to remain in constant sight of his old village situated near its base, so that the spiritual practice could be done properly, and the memory of the old house would not become a hindrance in the spiritual practice. In fact, unfortunately, all the members of his family had passed away gradually due to various calamities. Due to this, a lot of wealth was also gifted to death. In response to this, he was completely detached from the fascination of the world. The same spiritual psychology works in the case of personal relationships as well. If one’s this kind of affinity towards a person creates attraction towards him, but if he remains neutral towards him or ignores him considering him as an outsider and a foreigner, then Vipassana starts happening on its own. I do not hesitate to say that this second type of personal relationship Vipassana had a great deal to do with my experience of awakening in my sleep.

Hindu classical stories have two forms together, nature protector in physical form and psychological or spiritual in subtle form

We were also talking about the fact that the full enjoyment of reading these stories comes when along with their puzzle-like physical form, their real psychological meaning is also understood. One can easily say that superstition grows from these stories. But those who believed in them did not follow much of their real or physical form, although by having unwavering faith in them, they maintained their divinity and transcendence. They were understood as sacred and otherworldly stories, not worldly and physical. By the way, these stories are not too inhuman. It is said to worship the river Ganges, not to pollute it. This awakens love for nature. Anyway, the Nadi especially the Sushumna Nadi flows like a river ganga. By meditating on the river ganga, it is possible that the attention itself goes towards the sushumna nadi. Meaning whatever the stories are, they are beneficial in both ways, preserving nature in physical form, and upliftment in the form of spiritual metaphor. In some rare cases, it may even appear to be in the disinterest of humanity, as some sentences of Manu Smriti are accused of. But in response to the allegation, mostly their spiritual or transcendental meaning is applied, not physical. We have not seen anyone following them in our life, we have only seen allegations leveled against them. It is quite possible that those sentences were not in the original text and were later added under the conspiracy. On the contrary, in some other religions, I see most of the people walking exactly on the same mystical stories, in their perverted physical form. They do not even allow spiritual analysis and revelation of those stories, and do not spare those who forcefully do so. Examples like Jihad, unnecessary killing of infidels, forced conversions are in front of everyone today. We had written a post in which the similarity between the Holy Spirit and Kundalini was shown. Two or four people started denying that post, even denying any scientific logic. A gentleman started telling that the work of the devil or demon or or Satan or enemy. He did not understand that it was an attempt to create friendship and equality among different religions. He was considering the tantra shown in this website as occult or ghostly practice. We should be open minded without prejudice in any subject. More importance has been given to scientific thinking and rationality than others in Hindu philosophy, and less to maintain superstition by force, as far as I understand. By the way, some or the other shortcomings are found everywhere. Together he told me that I identify myself with some religion etc. Since I am a Hindu, why should I not identify with my Hindu religion? All religions have their own specialties. The world appears to be full of colors and beautiful with different religions, although the humanity religion essentially inculcated in them is the same for all. But still I keep my independent views, and I don’t believe in what I think is wrong or superstitious. Almost every post of mine has a scientific and humane explanation of one or the other Hindu belief. What can be a more direct proof of the liberal and all-religion thinking of my religion than this. Once I had met a scholar and philosopher teacher on WhatsApp, who was teaching Hindi language. I told him how westerners are taking more interest in yoga than the local Hindus here. So he wrote that they do not have sanskars. Sanskar means cultural tradition passed on from generations. Now I understand his point that how due to lack of culture, a man can suddenly go against the tradition, which he is following wholeheartedly. Rituals keep a man connected to tradition.

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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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