What happens is that when while doing yoga, the mental body means manomaya kosh becomes active as soon as the food body means annamaya kosh and vital body means pranmaya kosh are active, then this belief is affirmed that the mental body may feel spread in the outer and infinite space, but it is connected to our body. It is our form. Although Annamaya Kosha, Pranamaya Kosha and Manomaya Kosha get activated together during all the worldly works, games and exercises, but they get activated so fast that they do not get a chance to feel unity among themselves. At the same time man’s attention remains on the intricacies of work, the technology associated with it, the fruits associated with it and other puzzling worldliness, due to which the feeling of oneness is not taken care of. Anyway, the feeling of oneness is against worldliness full of duality. Two opposite things cannot co-exist. Water and fire cannot live together. Due to this self-consciousness towards the mental body, the scientific body means vigyanmaya kosha also becomes functional. Every type of worldly knowledge comes under the category of ordinary knowledge. Some have knowledge of medicine, some of tailoring, some of barber, some of teaching, some of preaching, some of performing Yagya or rituals or following other religious traditions. All come in common sense means common knowledge or gyana because all are for livelihood and worldly behavior. Special knowledge or vigyan is different and unique from all these, which is neither for earning a living, nor for the accomplishment of worldly behavior, but only for the complete and direct realization of the soul. Vigyanmaya body means a body with special knowledge. On being situated in it, the seeker feels as if he is a combination of gross body, vital force and mind. As I explained in the previous post also with the example of kite. Even if you cannot feel the wandering mind as your self, then you can feel that it is connected to the body through the breath in the same way as a kite is connected to a gatu or chakri means rod roll or ringed role respectively through a manjha means string. Kite flying will be a lot of fun. Sometimes above the clouds, sometimes in a distant land, sometimes on a distant planet or star, sometimes in another universe, sometimes in the other world, sometimes very near or wrapped in the base wheel, sometimes it will disappear from the eyes and only the wheel and thread will be seen, Then suddenly it will appear somewhere, sometimes it will fly clumsily like caught in a storm and look clumsy, like this it will fly everywhere in the infinite sky, but will always be connected with the chakras of the body. Perhaps the name Chakra is derived from Chakri itself. Haha. Now psychologists are also saying that the subtle body is connected with the gross body by a silver cord. This thread is attached to the navel. Just as the string is tied to the wheel, similarly the yoga breath moves from the navel. It is a simple matter, the kite in the form of experience is always attached to the self, that is, to the soul, that is, to one’s own body. Probably that is why the navel chakra is called the center point of the human body. There is also a feeling of an inward stretch at the navel when meditation of the body is done along with the subtle body. Probably the name of the kite’s string-disc is derived from the navel chakra itself. The soul will definitely get the light of the physical world from it, because then self-feeling is connected with everything. Then, according to the aforesaid, happiness will also arise and Kundalini will also manifest itself, because Kundalini picture is such a physical thing, which is most connected to the soul through meditation. Means Kundalini is representative of the connection of the physical world with the soul. General knowledge, as opposed to specialized knowledge or vigyan, is a matter of worldliness. Knowledge quickly turns into ignorance if it is not supported by vigyan. This doesn’t mean science as it seems. Pranamaya sharira means not only meditation on the breath, but also meditation on the movement of the body produced by the breath and other activities. In this case, walking seems to be the best spiritual exercise. In this, attention is paid to the whole body, its movements, its sensations and the breath. Along with this, along with purity means sattvaguna in the mind, the activity of thoughts is also very good.