Kundalini helped by good company and sanskara or culture or rite or sacrament

Friends, I was talking about sacraments or sanskara in the previous post. The more a person delivers the message of good promise or good deed or good conduct to people, the stronger his sanskar becomes on the mind. For this sanskar building, people write blogs, write articles, promote, organize paid or free camps, organize small and big functions, etc. The more crowd he gets, the more successful he is considered. These activities sometimes cost a lot, sometimes they are done cheaply. Many times it would have been done free of cost by the grace of elders and guru people. In this case, I narrate the incident that happened to me related to awakening. In college time, I got a chance to write an article in a magazine by the grace of the teachers. I wrote two or three articles and gave it away, which fortunately got printed on one page. Those articles were related to general physiological philosophy, humanity, religion, love, patriotism, karma yoga, tantra and poetry. I got a new identity from that. It instilled such a deep impression on my mind that I became very active and started making quadruple progress day and night. I feel that after many years of material development, when that seed of sanskar became a tree full of seeds, only then I got a second glimpse of awakening, due to which the creation of the philosophy of body science was completed in the form of a book, many others too. Many books were written, and Kundalini blog writing was also successful to a great extent. Meaning that first I have lived a lot of books in my practical life, later I have brought that life in the form of books and blogs. Not that I was born, and sat down to write. It is an imitation. Real writing is that in which one sees his life coming down on paper. At that time my sexual hormone levels were very high, as is the case with everyone at that age. But I feel that it was too much in me and spiritually special because of the first glimpse of awakening and activated Kundalini thereby. Perhaps this is the reason why the good sanskar has become so firmly established, which seemed desperate to be associated with me throughout my life. I also feel that after the first glimpse of awakening, my old conflict-like childhood had suddenly collapsed in my mind. It cleared my mind like a child, like a new blackboard without writing. Like a child, my transformation was going on, due to which my mind became very receptive like him. That’s why that auspicious ritual created such a positive and everlasting activity in my mind that it later showed me another glimpse of awakening. That is why it is said that children should be given good values. This makes it clear why a cultured teacher who instills good values in children has been given so much importance in the society. First of all, the first teacher is the mother. The effect of the sacraments given by her is the most stable in mind. That is why it is said, ‘ramante tatra devatah, narayasyatra pujyante, means gods live there, where women are revered. Shivaji Maharaj had started receiving rituals from mother Jijabai right from birth (say that from the womb itself), due to which he could protect Sanatan Dharma from the invading Mughals. The effect of samskaras remains on the mind for many births. I had heard and read a thing long ago. An 80 year old woman from Russia started school. When asked how that study would be useful to her, she replied that it would be useful in her next life. Means she was studying for the next birth. She may not have said this by study, but on the basis of her experience and inference etc., because I feel the theoretical dominance of reincarnation is there in Hindu religion only. A healthy society is built from a healthy mind. Healthy mind is made of healthy habits. Healthy habits are formed by a healthy education system. There is a proverb in Hindi, the mouth of a thorn is sharp from the beginning. This means that the personality of any person is known in his childhood itself. That’s why this proverb also shows the importance of rituals.

The above example also implies that it is not necessary that one should rely only on large and expensive ceremonies for the formation of samskaras. However, there remain the best practices in the society with these. The Sanskrit mantras that are uttered every morning also form the sacraments. The power of those mantras is that they create sanskars by having a deep effect on the subconscious mind. Kundalini power is also derived from Sanskrit mantras because while singing them, the breath becomes long, deep, slow and regular. They are in sync with the breath. Some part of the mantra is sung with a long deep breath going in, and some part with a long deep breath going out. In most of the cases, it is sung only with the exhaled breath. Only the attention is paid to the deep breath going in. By concentrating on the breath, more Kundalini-Advaita benefits are obtained. This makes the ritual stronger. Detached meditation on breath and mantra-words would lead to the emergence of non-duality and witnessing. Speaking Chalisa etc. also provide benefits from this psychological principle. By the way, everyone gets some benefit by singing a song. This is the spiritual psychology of singing. When I used to go to my maternal grandmother’s house in my childhood, my maternal grandfather used to call me and my two almost age maternal uncles again and again and reminded me of many such early morning mantras, which I still remember. Vedic Sanskrit creating a universal generosity that depicts real secularism, I will tell you that in this mantra. Saha navavatu sah nau bhunaktou sah viryam karavavahai, Tejasvinavadhitamstu ma vidvishavahai. It means protect us together, means we all protect each other, we all eat together means no one goes hungry or everyone gets employment, we all use force together means we all help each other. The knowledge acquired by us should be full of light of practicality, that means not just bookish, we should not hate each other. This is a very powerful mantra, and if not more then at least it must be recited every morning. When spoken by singing, it sounds more attractive and effective. In this the word ‘Ma’ is particularly influential. Although its meaning is ‘no’, but it also creates the effect of maan i.e. mother on the mind. Due to this the mind becomes naive and receptive like a child. Therefore, while singing, the word Ma should be given elongation and gravity. The famous Indian slogan, ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas’ is also this mantra in simple words. There is no doubt that this is an attempt to inculcate good values in the people of the country, which will surely bear fruit in time. Amazing psychology is hidden in Sanskrit mantras. If these are studied deeply, many mystical powers can be found. Being a Vedic mantra, its Sanskrit grammar and meaning is not very clear. Vedic mantras are like this. There is suspense in them. This is so that, of course, it is not understood in the gross, but with its special pronunciation and word formation, it leaves a deep subtle impression on the mind, which is far more powerful than the gross understanding. There is a lot of power in suspense too. Due to this man makes the horse of thoughts run fast, and can easily achieve many destinations. That’s why movies full of suspense are very popular. The above mentioned articles written by me were also full of suspense, that is why many people got so much power from them as I believe. I got it, but I think there are many others too who read it. Those were having double meaning. Two meanings emerged from them, both material and spiritual, civilized and uncivilized, religious and irreligious, sarcastic and serious, critical and analytical. Sometimes vulgarity was seen in them and sometimes tantric psychology. Such was the tinge of the philosophy of physiology with them that all of these contradictory expressions were also visible in them, and together nothing was visible. Everything seemed like a silent sky. That’s why they appeared to me liked by all kinds of people. Also, there was some virtual thrill in them. I feel that the stories of Puranas are very effective because they are full of suspense and thrill. Why did the movie Bahubali become so popular? There was suspense in it from the beginning, which ended at the end of the second part of the film. Thrill was also very much in it and of a virtual or mythological kind. Similarly, there is another mantra, ‘Karagre vasate lakshmi—-‘ etc. It appears pauranik mantra so having clear grammar. Opposed to it, Vedic mantras are like speaking in tongue, that’s why very powerful. It is said after waking up in the morning and looking at the palm. This reminds physiological philosophy, because it creates the experience of the whole universe in the hand, that is, in the body. Many people blame others for their rude conduct. But in reality the fault lies in the lack of good values in them. It is a different matter that the whole society is responsible to some extent for the lack of good values. For not inculcating good values, sometimes the blame is placed on the parents, sometimes on the teachers and sometimes on the family members, friends, relatives etc. and other close acquaintances. However, man himself is also responsible for his sanskars. It is the sanskars of a man’s past lives that decide what kind of sanskars he will receive. That’s why you must have seen that sometimes a person born in a very bad family also becomes a great Mahatma. Actually he does not get attracted towards bad sanskars in his present life because of good sanskars of previous birth, but he runs towards good sanskars, even if they are outside the family. similarly, a man in a well behaved family can go corrupt. There is a lot of meaning in this small saying, ‘Where there are the seeds of acacia sown, how from there one gets mangoes’.

Importance of Sanskars for Kundalini

Material achievements can be achieved even in a short period of time. But it takes a very long time to attain Kundalini. In most of the cases, even a whole life falls short and it takes many births. Who knows the address of the next birth, where to go, how to go. Therefore, efforts should be made that Kundalini be attained in this one human life. This can be possible only through rituals. If one starts giving him Kundalini rites from birth itself, and this process is continued throughout the life, then only this seems possible to happen. This also happened in the ancient Indian Hindu tradition. This is not a false boast. There used to be a temple at every step. Spiritual festivals and fairs used to take place. Spirituality was associated with every activity. People had faith in astrology. Vedic rituals dominated all around. Varnashrama Dharma ie. scientific division of society existed in its best form. Sixteen sacraments were performed for each person. All this was for Kundalini only. All this is Kundalini science, spiritual psychology. When elders used to impart sanskars, then the impression of their personality became deep on the mind of the children. With this, the child grew up to live two lives together, both his own and that of his ancestor. For example, suppose a person gives Kundalini rites to his grandson. By this a good feeling should be created in the grandson’s mind towards his grandfather. Due to this unknowingly, the grandson starts getting the benefit of the life experiences of the grandfather. Meaning that the grandfather is living second life as a grandson without dying, that is, the age of the grandfather has doubled, and the grandson gets twice the age of the grandfather along with his age. With this, the age of the grandson will be considered as three times, that is, 300 years. Now understand that the grandson has done Kundalini yoga continuously for 300 years. With so much time of meditation, it is very possible that he may get Kundalini awakening. The grandson’s real life is only one hundred years old, but he is getting the benefit of three hundred years due to the rituals. This is the reason why confusion arises in the matter of time counting as described in Hindu scriptures. Somebody’s age is said to be 300, some 500 or some thousands of years. Similarly, some do penance for hundreds of years and some for thousands of years. Actually it is not the actual age or time, but it is the benefit of such age or time being received due to the rituals. In the above example, similarly the grandfather lives two ages together, one for himself and one for his grandson. Even if he dies of old age, he still gets the benefit of both the ages of the previous birth in the next life, because of the sanskars. Sharing life with each other is possible only through sacraments or good company. In Hindu spirituality, the Guru tradition is also meant to increase the sanskaras. If one’s guru tradition is going on from 10 gurus, then the sacramental age of the present guru will be considered as 1000 years. Meaning he will get the benefit of 1000 years long Kundalini Yogasadhana automatically. This will happen because every guru has been giving his whole life to his disciple i.e. future guru in the form of sacraments, so that the sanskars keep on increasing. Similarly, if one’s lineage has been going on for 10 generations, then the sacramental age of the person of his present generation will be considered as 1000 years. The more emotional and loving relationship there is with each other, the more will be the benefit of the sacraments. If a family has been living a spiritual way of life continuously for ten generations, then the member of its present tenth generation will be understood to have been living a spiritual way of life continuously for a thousand years, without dying. This means that the more ancient the way of life or tradition, the more is the force of the sacraments in it. In this sense, the Hindu or Vedic tradition is the most powerful, because it is the oldest. If I am decoding Shiva purana then it may mean that I’m getting the sanskara of its author sage little or more through lineage. Sanskars are hidden in the tradition, so we should not allow the tradition to become extinct. Even if it is to be molded according to the age, then its original form should not be tampered with. The famous Chinese philosopher Confucius says that bring newness in such a way that oldness also survives. A man cut by tradition becomes directionless like a kite cut from a string. However, today we find all ancient traditions strange like the above Vedic tradition or way of life. This is because today they have become distorted, not in their original form. Today it has become a pretense or a sham. Today they do not have power. Today we have become very idealistic, due to which we have forgotten our original culture. It is as if the story goes in the Shiva Purana that Lord Vishnu created Buddhist-Jain type monks with shaved heads in order to misguide the Tripurasars named godly demons. They started preaching their illusory religion by preaching pseudo non-violence etc., things against Shivling, Vedas, Yagyas and animal sacrifices given in them. Due to this, the women became sluts. Due to which everyone became powerless. Those monks used to tie a cloth like mask on the mouth, and walked very slowly, so that no ant etc. creature could be harmed. By leaving Shivling worship, everyone turned away from the tantra. Knowing them to be powerless, the gods, knowing a good chance, got those Tripurasars killed by Shiva. Then those Mundi or shaved people went to Lord Narayan and said that your work is done, now you tell where we should go. Narayan instructed them to go to the desert and said that in Kali Yuga or black age, come out and spread in the world. In today’s Kali Yuga, this seems to be true. I will reveal this story in the next post.

The above points prove that Kundalini without sacraments is rare. There is no need to associate the word auspiciousness with sanskars, because it itself means auspicious sanskars. Special words can be added to describe special rites, such as physical rites, rites of cleanliness, etc. Since Kundalini is got through spiritual rites, therefore, in this Kundalini-related website, the meaning of sanskar will be understood as spiritual rites, which is a type of auspicious rites. Bad or inauspicious has to be associated with word  ‘bad’. It can be understood that Kundalini Yoga or other spiritual activities cannot be done easily by the child, but the sanskar can be instilled in him. No one will even know when this seed of sanskar will become a great tree in due course of time. Sanskar is formed by company or good company. Company itself means good company. That is why good company has great glory in spirituality. With the slightest company, countless people, even other living beings, have crossed the ocean of the universe. The scriptures are full of such examples. For example, a crow used to eat prasad or food offering offered at the temple. Due to the influence of company or sanskar, he became a monk in the next birth and became liberated. Any living being or man became spiritually liberated by staying in the company of a monk’s hut, etc. In Vrindavan garden of Lord Krishna, even the flowers and plants got salvation through the company of Lord Krishna. All this is a miracle of sanskar or company. Everything happens itself without doing anything. Like the sacrament, the meaning of company is also understood here to be auspicious or spiritual company. Basically there is no difference between good company and sanskar.

Kundalini Shakti is the vehicle, Sanskara or culture is the driver that guides it~’The Kashmir Files’ movie with its Psychological Analysis 

Friends, this week I saw the movie ‘The Kashmir Files’ on the big screen. This is the first film I have seen which is fully based on true events. Most of such films should be made, so that along with entertainment, social upliftment can also happen. Everyone should see this film. Religious fundamentalism and jihadi brutality have been depicted alive in this film. Together, I even went to a lake for meditation. By the way, I went to remove the daily stress and fatigue caused by worldliness, meditation happened on its own. I sat and lay for a long time on the rocky grass with various body postures and gazed at the lake. I continued to pay attention to the movement of the body, mainly the chest and abdomen, as happening by the attention on in-and-out breaths. Thoughts were coming and going. Various emotions were rising, and dissolving. I was gazing at them as a witness, because my attention was divided on the breath, and also on the wonderful natural scenery around. White birds were flying over the lake. From time to time they would take a slight dip on the surface of the water, and would fly away with their beaks holding something. They were probably small fish. At times with the big fish, the bird was unbalanced and also showed acrobatics. Once a fish fell down from a bird’s beak. He followed it swiftly, again caught it in the water and brought it up and flew away. Scholars have rightly said that Jivo Jeevasya Bhojanam, means living being is the food of living being. A little black bird was sitting on a nearby tree chirping in a sweet tongue, turning around to look here and there and also looking at me, as if making listen something to welcome me, a stranger. I saw my Kundalini as a close and beloved friend in it. I wondered how even such small creatures are so hopeful and positive about life and nature. They too go on their journey of life fearlessly. I began to feel the slight splash sound of the water of the lake hitting the shore as inside me, inside my soul. Let us little remember glimpse of the soul. Nowadays there are a lot of such natural places, where people throng. But such uninhabited though beautiful natural places are rarely found. When many distant people see such places for the first time, they get emotional. Many want to stay there for several consecutive days, day and night by putting up tents to enjoy the fullest of peace. However, I became calm, relaxed and healthy in no time, giving up the idea of making an appointment with the doctor. Well I was talking about the movie ‘The Kashmir Files’. One of the scenes that I found most emotional is that of Anupam Kher as Pushkar, feeling the snow chill of Kashmir in the heat of Delhi. He is telling the truth to his grandson that how his community was being killed and driven away by the jihadi mob while shouting freedom slogans, so he should not be misled by such people’s slogans today. He gets tired of explaining to him as he is old, which makes him tremble. Shaking, turning his eyes around and up, he says in a very soulful voice in the Kashmiri language that it seems that it has snowed in Baramulla, snow has fallen in Anantnag, etc. names of some other high hills too. Then his grandson stabilizes him by hugging him with love and sympathy. I love this way of expressing deep feelings. Kashmiri language is very beautiful, lovely and soulful language anyway. Reviews, discussions and articles about this film will be found everywhere in detail online, because nowadays it is dominated everywhere worldwide. I will throw light on the basic psychological principle associated with it. Like every time, we would like to clarify in this post that we are neither against any religion, nor in favor of any. We are real secular. We seek truth and humanity, wherever it may be found. The one who follows the truth may feel some difficulty in the beginning, but in the end victory is his companion. We explore the psychological element hidden in the core of religion in the form of Kundalini. A major element associated with this is the sanskara or culture or sacrament.

Sixteen Sanskars of Hindu Philosophy

Friends, we would prefer to speak Hindu philosophy instead of Hindu religion, because it seems to me to be a spiritual psychology. Philosophy also seems to me to be a psychology or a science. Its sixteen rites or sanskaras begin as soon as a person is born, and continue till his death. Death is also a sacrament, a funeral. Some spiritual activities are performed at the time of each sacrament. They are made in such a way that they leave maximum effect on the subconscious mind. This leads to the imposition of sanskars on the subconscious mind, like planting a seed in a field. Just as a seed germinates from under the ground and becomes a plant with time, similarly the spiritual rite as Kundalini emerges from the depths of the subconscious mind and emerges in the form of Kundalini activation and Kundalini awakening. Actually sanskar is formed in the form of Kundalini only. Kundalini is the seed, which is injected into the subconscious mind through the ritual ceremony. In this way, good humane teachings also get injected with the kundalini as these become tagged with it. Thus mixture of kundalini and human teachings is the sanskara actually. Kundalini is the carrier and human teachings are the carried. With time, both grows together and make possible existence of kundalini awakening and humanly society together possible. These sanskar ceremonies are performed in a person’s such life stage, when he is extremely sensitive, and the seeds of sanskar sit easily and firmly in his subconscious mind. For example marriage ceremony. I think this is the greatest sacrament, because a man is most sensitive at the time of his marriage. Similarly, the birth-sanskar is also very effective, because at the time of his birth a man was like buried in the depths of darkness. He has come into the light first time, so he is extremely sensitive. The Upanayana ceremony is performed during a man’s adolescence, when he is undergoing transformation due to his sexual hormones. That’s why this stage of man is also very sensitive. Sanskar ceremony is mostly to be done in that state of man, when there is more influence of sexual energy in him, because it gives power to Kundalini. At the time of birth, the sexual energy of the parents is taken support of. Even a small sacrament in the form of ‘desire for awakening’ can eventually lead to Kundalini awakening, because like a seed the sanskar grows with time. This is represented in the Gita by this verse, “Svalpamapysya dharmasya tryate mahato bhayat”, that is, even a little ritual of this religion protects against great fear. The rituals of Kundalini Yoga have been called here as ‘a little ritual of this religion’.

Kundalini acts as a carrier of rites

At the time of the sacrament ceremony, the atmosphere of non-dualism is created through various spiritual processes. With the power of Advaita, Kundalini starts getting stronger in the mind. With the muladhara-residing power of that Kundalini, the mind becomes very sensitive and receptive. In such a situation, whatever education is given, it is well settled in the mind, and even gets lodged in the subconscious mind. The mind is also filled with joy with Kundalini. So whenever a man continues to rejoice, then Kundalini also keeps coming to his mind, and also the teachings associated with it in olden times. In this way those teachings keep getting stronger. Anand and Kundalini live together. Both get their power from the base chakra. It is the nature of the living being to run towards happiness.

Along with shakti or power, good manners are also important

The culture as driver does the work of giving direction to the power as vehicle. In Hinduism, the virtues of tolerance, generosity, non-violence etc. are due to this reason, because in this these qualities are instilled in the mind in the form of sacraments. The religion in which people are taught from birth and even taught every day that their religion is the only religion, their god is the only god, no matter how many evil deeds they do, they will go to heaven, and people of other religions no matter how many good deeds they do, they will always go to hell, and for not accepting their religion, people of other religions should be killed brutally as soon as they get a chance, what else can be expected from them. They misuse Kundalini Shakti, because the inhuman sanskars in their mind keep pushing them on the wrong path with the help of that kundalini  power. Better than this, no rites should be inculcated in the mind, that is, no religion should be considered except human religion. When humans are made, then obviously humanity itself will flourish. Then the human values themselves will start growing in the mind. Buddha says, if you stop planting thorns, flowers will grow on their own. Kundalini Shakti always leads to goodness. But if by force, and even after lakhs of resistance of Kundalini, evils are repeatedly injected inside, then how long will she be able to keep up with it. Friends, a colorful forest full of various herbs grows around the fragrant marigold flower, while poisonous herb like lantana destroys every plant growing all around, and in the end it also gets destroyed. I was reading in Shiv Purana that one who is a devotee of Shiva, his every sin is forgiven. This means that such fanatical religions have emerged from Shivtantra itself. Tantra has many similarities with these. They can also be called extremist tantra. I remember a college time incident related to this. A lone Kashmiri Muslim in the entire hostel. The whole atmosphere seemed to be spoiled by that. Whoever came to mind, beating him. Blind well for flesh and eggs. Wine and slut misused often. Swords were hidden in the room. Expert in making petrol bombs. Once, in front of everyone, he secretly drew a sword from his almirah and put on my neck. I laughed looking at him because I thought he was joking. He too started laughing at the mockery of the fool. Then he put away the sword. An eyewitness friend of mine later told me that I shouldn’t have laughed, as it was a serious mater. I never understood what it meant. Yes, I used to rejoice during that time under the full influence of awakening and Kundalini. This shows how great enemies such religious fanatics are there of real spirituality. Just imagine that when a single Muslim among hundreds of Hindus can create so much disdain, what crime would they not have committed on the minority Kashmiri Hindus by being a majority in Kashmir. It was about the same time. This is the difference between rituals. The power is the same, but the sanskars are different. That is why it is very important to have good values along with power. This is what is shown in ‘The Kashmir Files Film’. This film is constantly setting new records.

Kundalini is the breath, the breath is Kundalini

Friends, the thing that has been written in the previous blog articles that the sage wives who bathed in cold water in cold weather i.e. the six chakras received semen power, it seems to me like the baptism ceremony of Christians. In baptism too, cold water is spilled on the naked body. This opens the chakras, and the circulation of energy improves. At the same time, having a naked body creates a childlike feeling of non-attachment and non-dualism in the mind. This also helps in the transmission of Shakti and the manifestation of Kundalini. I feel like my baptism while bathing every day. This proves that the same principle works behind Yoga and Baptism. Together, it has been written that six sage wives i.e. 6 chakras receiving the virya tej from Agni, who became a pigeon, can also be the remaining six chakras except for the Swadhishthana chakra. That is because the Swadhisthana Chakra itself is a part of that pigeon-turned-Agnidev. In Sahasrar, Advaita Bhava arises from Kundalini. Moon is a symbol of Advaita, because in it both light and darkness are present in equal form. That is why the sun is shown setting and the moon rising. During the same nondual state, Kundalini descends to the Agya chakra and then to the heart chakra. Many yogis consider the heart chakra to be the real chakra. Their experience is that the path towards enlightenment and liberation goes through the heart and not through the brain. I feel like this too many times. The spiritual liberation that is said through love is only through the heart, because love resides in the heart. In any emotional state of mind, Kundalini resides in the heart. It also protects against emotional shock and probably the resulting heart attack in adverse circumstances. That is why it is said to love animals. Animals can recognise kundalini at heart chakra very well. The heart is the controller of the animal, not the brain. It is also because they cannot speak. Therefore, the medium of expression of their mental thoughts is the emotional heart. Take a vow of silence someday and see. Your Kundalini will remain in the heart throughout the day. There is immense glory of silence. The effect of the heart in the cow is superior to that of all the animals, that is why the cow is given great importance in Hinduism. That is why nowadays the practice of living with a cow in the name of cowmmunication has increased. This normalizes the increased blood pressure, and relieves stress. Actually this is done by setting up camp on Anahata Chakra by the Kundalini Shakti. Therefore, Kundalini yoga should always be done. In bad times, Kundalini protects from all physical and mental harm. Many people have a similar experience of Kundalini descending immediately after a glimpse of Kundalini awakening. In this way Kundalini spreads to all the chakras. It is written in such a way that the moon told Shiva that the Krittikas took Kartikeya with them. The Shakh i.e. Ida nadi and Vishakh i.e. Pingala nadi are said to be giving power to Kartikeya i.e. Kundalini Purush, that is also according to my own experience. I feel my Kundalini getting strengthened by Ida and Pingala, just like Sushumna, provided both the nadis remain together or close to each other. When these two are not balanced, then the Kundalini does not go to the Sahasrara, and it remains less on the other chakras, although it may be felt anywhere inside or outside the body. Therefore, it is rarely able to move around in the microcosmic orbit loop. Although her power increases, but she remains sluggish and disorganized, due to which man also remains the same. Perhaps that is why it is said that the technique of Kundalini Yoga Sadhana should be correct, without the technique one should not meditate everywhere. The Kundalini must continue to revolve in the microcosmic orbit loop. It is also widely spread in the spiritual society that Kundalini should not go to Ida and Pingala. Probably this thing has been said for experienced and expert Kundalini Yogi. In fact, it is very difficult for Kundalini to enter directly into Sushumna without these lateral channels in common worldliness. This means, wherever the attention on Kundalini should be focused, it should be applied. After wandering in Ida and Pingala, she always goes to Sushumna. That is why the method of meditation is not shown anywhere in temples and spiritual activities. Only meditation is given importance through idols etc. We have given the analogy of Mount Kraunch to Ajnachakra. The real Kraunch mountain is in Uttarakhand. There is a temple of Lord Kartikeya there. It is said that about 80% of the peaks of the Himalayas are clearly visible from there. There is a dense forest, and natural beauty is scattered all around. Actually there is no difference between the body and the universe. The material creations which are in this body are the same outside as well and nothing else. It is a different matter that their size is small in the body, while it is large in the wider world. Although size is relative, not absolute or real. This theory has been proved by examining the test of science in the book ‘Physiology philosophy or sharirvigyan darshan’. I think first the Puranas were created, then the allegorical and mythological places depicted in them were shown in the external gross world. One of its objectives can be to promote religiosity and spirituality, while the other objective can also be to promote commercial and religious tourism. There are countless examples of such names. Sushumna Nadi is said to be ganga river in Puranas metaphorically, but in folk it is shown as a real river originating from Uttarakhand. The meaning of being liberated by bathing in the Ganges is that when the Kundalini energy flowing in the Sushumna nadi is received by the soul living in Sahasrar, then it becomes pure by washing away its sins, which leads to liberation. But the common people took it as an ordinary physical river. People lined up to take a bath in it. Although little indirect benefits are obtained from spiritual symbols, but they cannot give direct and conspicuous benefits like the benefit obtained by bathing in the Sushumna Nadi. Just as the Sushumna travels in the middle of the body, the Ganges river also flows through the middle of the Indian landmass. Just as the Sushumna connects the whole body with the brain, the Ganges river connects the entire Indian landmass with the Himalayas. That is why the Himalayas are called the head of the country. The Sahasrar or Kailash is present in the Himalaya. The Sahasrar form of Kailash is also present in the head.

To testify about Kartikeya before Shiva by the deities is to experience the movements of the body by the soul


To observe your body carefully is to convene a meeting of the deities by Shiva. I have unintentionally described such a gathering in my book sharirvigyan Darshan. I think I used to have a deep knowledge of Shiva Purana in my previous life. In this birth I had never read Shiva Purana, then how did it match my book exactly, although the book Physiology Philosophy is considered modern and scientific . Or, taking pity on the wandering human civilization, it should be the command or inspiration of Shiva that the knowledge given by him now seen endangered should be revived. It may also be that the culture of my family has been imposed on me since my childhood, because I remember that my grandfather loved Shivpuran very much, and used to read it specially. Coming to metaphoric story, then it is for the soul to come to know about the reality that is as if the deities have to make Shiva aware of the situation. It is theft of not to bring that radiance of semen into the experience of the soul in the form of Kundalini Purush. Since the semen doesn’t leave the body, the suspicion of its theft goes only towards the deities, who are situated in the body, regulating the whole body. The burning sensation produced by the semen is the curse given by deities to the semen thief. Due to the flush of blood circulation, the organs get life or prana. With the same prana, the respective chakras of those organs become active, due to which the Kundalini also starts shining there. For example, at the time of sexual arousal, the vajra expansion occurs due to the filling of blood in it. Let me state here that the upward creeping of the kundalini-snake is due to the contraction of the vajra after its expansion. Along with this, the Sushumna Nadi of the snake’s shape extending from Sahasrar to Muladhara is meditated upon. The vajra is the tail of that serpent, the pelvic girdle is wide of the serpent, it stands up through the center of the back, its innumerable hoods are spread in the brain, and the serpent ends in the central hood pointing to the agya chakra. After the expansion of the vajra, due to its contraction generated by this meditation, it seems that the snake crawled upwards to reach the sahasrar and with it the Kundalini Purush also starts shining in the sahasrar. If you pay attention to the tail of the serpent that it is touching the agya chakra by climbing up from the front, that means the tail of the serpent is touching its head and making it like a circular ring, then this crawling feeling is more. Then it descends through the front channel from agya chakra. In this way a loop is formed, on which the energy starts revolving continuously with gushing and orgasmic bliss feel. This lasts for few moments then body becomes somewhat tired due to continued spasmodic type muscular contractions. This contraction-like event mostly happens in almost a single, long and unbroken breath. Perhaps that is why the yogi is made to practice pranayama to hold the breath for a long time. Body regains the power to do it properly again after hours of favorable activities or rest. The engorgement of vajra with blood increases the expression of Kundalini on the Swadhisthana chakra and the Muladhara chakra. The same blood is called milk in the metaphor, because milk is made from blood only. Milk is nothing but a kind of filtered blood. It is also called milk because the tantric kundalini goes the most from the mooladhara to the heart chakra. It occurs at the thorax, where the source of milk is also there as the breast. Even in the Ankhing technique of Egypt, the Kundalini travels from the genital to the rear heart chakra. It is then taken from the back to the top through the ankhing loop and rolled over the head and brought back down from the front to the front heart chakra. Probably this technique has scared Kritika. The repeated revolution of Kundalini in the Ankhing Loop means Kartikeya’s assurance to Kritikas and coming to meet her again and again. As soon as the energy is passed through the back to the brain through the back above the muladhara, the Vajra is compressed again to its normal position, and With this the Kundalini also goes up. Then the chakra on which that life force goes, the blood or milk also goes there, following which the Kundalini man also moves. However, on those chakras we do not experience any fluid-borne expansion like the wang expansion, because those areas are located deep and firmly in the body. Sometimes the opposite happens. If the Kundalini Purush is meditated on a chakra, then the power itself rushes there. That is why Kartikeya is called Shanmukhi or six mouthed because it receives nourishment from the prana i.e. milk on the six chakras. Because the blood comes under the control of the water deity, it is said that the water god told that the krittikas breastfeed the newborn child. The authors of the Puranas of the Puranic era were wonderful spiritual scientists. The shivaganas who go to collect Kartikeya from krittikas are tantric actions which pull the kundalini from the chakras towards sahasrar. Those activities can be of simple hatha yoga as contraction-relaxation type or even a vicious type of Panchamakari kriyas, that is why the kritikas are shown to be afraid of them. It is natural that along with the Kundalini, blood circulation also starts going away from there, so they wither and turn yellow, that is, they start getting scared. The repeated return of Kundalini to the chakras from Kundalini yoga is the assurance of Kartikeya to return to his mother again and again. Due to this, they start to swell with new blood circulation, that is, their fear ends.Many people say that their Kundalini is stuck on some chakra, and does not move even if it is run. In fact, when there is no Kundalini, how will it move? Often a weak Kundalini also gets stuck in one place, like a weak man. No one can stop the mighty Kundalini from moving. Kundalini gets extra power from Tantric Panchamkars. Let me tell you the easiest way to express Kundalini. Take deep, slow breaths and keep your attention on it. Let the thoughts of here and there keep coming and going on their own. Do not welcome them, nor disrespect them. Immediately the Kundalini Purush will start being felt on some chakra. Then start moving it as you wish. Let me tell you another but mild way to express the Kundalini Purusha. Look at any bare areas of your body, such as your hands, with the focus of physiology philosophy that’s sharirvigyan darshan. Kundalini will manifest. Kundalini Purush and Kundalini Shakti live together. The mental meditation picture or Kundalini picture is the Kundalini Purush. This is also Shiva. It stays with power or shakti always. Shiva is manifested in full form i.e. in his original form by the flood of Shakti. This is Kundalini awakening. In fact, yogic breathing starts in the above way that’s while meditating sharirvigyan darshan along with looking at hand’s skin. That is how the Kundalini picture is expressed with it. It’s the whole wonder of the breath. Breath is yoga, yoga is breath. When we are attached to a thought, our breath stops. When we start breathing again naturally, attachment disappears and turns into non-attachment. With this, disturbing thought also calms down comfortably. With this, all mental defects like lust, anger etc. also get pacified, because they are the product of distorted thoughts. If attention is paid to the breath, then detachment from the power of Kundalini increases even more.

The yub-yum technique is an important cornerstone of the sexual Tantra

The technique of Yab-Yum is also hidden in the mystical metaphor in the same Kartikeya-Katha. Because it is said in the story that the genital made in the form of pigeon accepts the semen and provide that to the chakras made in the form of sage wives. In them a womb is formed from it, which starts developing into the Kundalini Purush. The same is done in Yab-Yum. In the joint position of yab-yum, this semen light is transferred very rapidly. In this, the male-female pair concentrates on all their paired chakras together. Due to this, the energy of the two Mooladharas falls on all the chakras one by. Due to this, Kundalini Purush appears rapidly there, which starts growing faster and faster. This is a very effective technique of tantra. After applying this technique, it seems that the pressure of the Mooladhara and Swadhishthana chakras and related organs has reduced completely and immediately. In fact, after reach of the semen-tej to chakras from there, Kundalini man becomes prominent there. This is to conceive by sage wives. After a long practice, the sushumna nadi opens up completely. Then that effulgence situated on the chakras immediately rises up through the sushumna and fills the Sahasrara. This is Kundalini awakening or in a lighter way prana rising. This is what the sage’s wives have to offer semen tej along with the womb to the river Ganges. The reed grass that has grown on the banks of the Ganges is to be provided with it, and a child is born on it. This metaphor has been described in detail in some of the previous articles. The main point to be noted here is that Shivling is also a symbol of Yab-Yum. For this reason, worshiping Shivalingam also gives the same benefits as Yab-Yum. What’s more, hatha yoga asanas are also designed to distribute this seminal energy throughout the body, it seems. It is from such direct experience that there is a belief in western countries that yogasanas increase sexual power.

It is clearly written in Shiv Purana that only Karthikeya i.e. Kundalini Purush, born from the semen of Shiva, can kill Tarakasur i.e. spiritual ignorance and get rid of it, nothing else. From this, why not assume that sexual yoga is the basic and main technique for self-awareness, the rest are allied activities. If a select number of people are awakened, it is due to unintentional entry of this sexual energy into the mind. It happens so slowly that they don’t even realize it. So they attribute the awakening to their colorful activities and picturesque beliefs. This is because at the time of their awakening they are associated with those kinds of activities or beliefs. This also gives rise to mutual disputes. Like the blind, some hold the tail of an elephant and tell it to be a real elephant, while some tell the trunk of an elephant as an entire one. No one knows the real elephant. It may also happen that the sexual power of Muladhara can be achieved by one’s specific beliefs or actions, but the man does not express the sexual part of it because of shame. We do not oppose other techniques. But the surprising thing is that the main technique and principle has been made auxiliary or secondary, and the auxiliary techniques are becoming the main. When milk becomes milk and water becomes water, then it is natural that many people will have a clear and scientific awakening, not only a few ones incidentally. Often people are immersed in external rhetoric and metaphors, the real thing is not known. I do not even understand them, and without understanding these mysteries, these appear as stories of some celestial planet. I keep looking on Facebook. Many names of goddesses like Dakini, Kali etc. have been associated with this basic principle. All the sects have given their own names. The basic thing is the same. There is no such thing that people do not know the basic scientific principle of awakening. It is clearly written in the Yoga scriptures that Kundalini resides in Muladhara. Then why run here and there? Why not find the power in the base itself. In fact, it was not considered in a practical form, but as an ornament or a metaphor. The disadvantage of making metaphors was that people did not know what was metaphorical and what was real. Those who understood this, they started taking the help of all other tricks except sexual intercourse to awaken the power of Muladhara. Perhaps this happened due to social hesitation and shame. Women tend to be more ignorant and hesitant about this, whereas in the olden days only women used to be successful tantragurus. On the one hand we believe that Kundalini resides in the Mooladhara and nowhere else, and on the other hand we are denying that intercourse, which is the most direct and powerful action to awaken the power of the Muladhara. It was a strange contradiction. Probably, lack of power or energy was also the reason for this. Due to the society becoming excessively idealistic and non-violent, there was a lack of strength in the body. Lack of potency leads to decreased interest in intercourse. Consumption of eggs can be a reasonable alternative. Egg can be considered a vegetarian food, because it does not contain any violence. Like milk, it is just a byproduct of an animal. It contains all the nutrients in balanced quantity. Egg also increases sexual arousal, so its intake should be right according to the tantra. In today’s developed and scientific era, this sexual hesitation should have reduced. Thanks to science, there is no fear of unwanted pregnancy nowadays. Of course, condoms cannot be used with tantric intercourse, because due to tantric activities, the vajra is continuously compressed and expanded, due to which it can get trapped inside. Without it, there may be an increased risk of transmission of sexually transmitted diseases, such as AIDS. But such a situation does not come because the sexual tantra is accomplished only with one single spouse, that is, the wife. In Tantra, it is forbidden to make other’s daughters and wives as sexual partners. In order to awaken sexual desire, indirect contact or laughter goes on in a civilized manner. Yet there are many contraceptive methods. Hormone pills. However, they have to be taken daily for a long time, which can lead to side effects. Even if there is an accidental ejaculation in the vagina during an unsafe cycle during tantric practice, there are other hormonal drugs to prevent pregnancy, such as Vikalp-72, which does not cause pregnancy if taken within 72 hours after ejaculation. If for some reason it cannot be taken, or in very rare cases, it fails, then there are other hormonal medicines called abortion pills, which, if taken sooner after the missed period, the better the result. There are user friendly minikits available which can detect pregnancy within 2-3 days from the day of missed period. By the way, all these are not needed if sexual intercourse is done during the initial practice of sexual tantra only during safe time. This time is the first seven days and the last 7 days of the menstrual cycle, including the first day of menstruation. In these days, even after ejaculation, pregnancy does not occur, because the egg is not available to the sperms during these days. This time frame is for those in which the cycle period is 28 days, and remains the same and unchanged each time. If the period length is more or less than this, then the safe period is increased or reduced accordingly. If this time is not equal, it can be deceiving. Although no contraceptive method is 100% safe, but all methods combined provide almost 100% protection. Sometimes the preejaculates also have few spermatozoa. But they are often insufficient for pregnancy. Well, mild methods are enough. Complicated methods like copper tee, tubectomy, vasectomy, spaying etc. are mostly not needed. I was reading in an old blog post in which a tantra practitioner was saying that nowadays population and unemployment is high, so sexual tantra can cause problems. Therefore, if you practice the sexual tantra, then do it carefully, and assume that if an unwanted pregnancy happens, then it is good to accept it happily. But in today’s present era all these things have become obsolete. The womb is also formed from the same type of intense sexual energy, which gives awakening. The sluggish and lazy sex cannot lead to pregnancy, neither can awakening be achieved from it. That is why Goddess Parvati was astonished that a pregnancy had to be made from the powerful semen produced by the powerful intercourse of Lord Shiva, that semen could not fail. But where did she get pregnant? Later it is learned that it appeared in the form of awakening in the womb of Sahasrara. From this it is natural that in the olden days people had to abstain from intercourse tantra, because it has full possibility of pregnancy, and due to lack of physical science there was lack of physical contraceptive techniques and knowledge at that time. Such informative things are good only in writing and reading, they are felt with hesitation and shame while speaking and listening. For this reason, in today’s chatting era, it is seen that sometimes even a goddess-like and virtuous woman, from whom speaking and hearing such things cannot be imagined, she does so much obscene chatting on her mobile phone, that the magic of writing begins to be believed even by those who have been a strong opponent of writing.

Kundalini man grows as Lord Kartikeya

Friends, I am finding the story of Lord Kartikeya very interesting. Many Kundalini secrets also seem to be hidden in this. So we will investigate it thoroughly. According to Shiv Purana, then the child born on the reed was seen by the sage Vishwamitra. The boy asked him to get his Vedokta sanskar or ritual ceremony done. When Vishwamitra said that he was a Kshatriya or warrior caste and not a Brahmin caste, Kartikeya told him that he had become a Brahmin by his boon. Then he baptised him. Then there came the six krittikas. When they started fighting over that child, he made six mouths and started breastfeeding from the six together. Agnidev also gave him powers by calling him his son. Taking those powers, he climbed Mount Karaunch and broke its summit. Then Indra got angry and attacked him with a thunderbolt, from which three men Shakha, Vaishakh and Naigam were born and all four of them ran to kill Indra. The Kritikas brought up Kartikeya after drinking their milk, and gave him all the comforts of the world. They kept him hidden from the eyes of the world so that no one would snatch that lovely little boy from them.

Parvati was apprehensive and asked Shiva where his unfailing semen had gone. Who stole it? That cannot fail. When Lord Shiva was sitting in his meeting with Parvati and other deities, he asked all the deities about this. He said that whoever stole his unfailing semen would be liable to punishment, because the king who does not punish the punishable, he becomes defamed in the world. All the deities gave their explanation in turn, and gave different curses to the seducer. Then Agnidev said that he gave that semen to the wives of the Saptarishis on the orders of Shiva. He said that he gave it to Himalaya. Himalaya told that he could not bear it and gave it to Ganga. Ganga said that she poured that unbearable semen into the reed grass. Vayudev or god of air said that at that very moment that semen became a child. Surya said that because he could not see the crying child, he went to the sunset untimely. Chandra or moon said that the Krutikas took him to their home. Jal or water said that Krittika has raised that child by lactating. Sandhya or dawn said that Kritikas have named him Karthik after lovingly nurturing him. Ratri or night said that those krittikas would never let her go away from her eyes. The day said that those krittikas dress him in the best ornaments, and make for him delicious food. This made both Shivparvati very happy, and all the people too. Then the ganas of Shiva went to Kritika with the divine plane. When the Kritikas refused to give him to them, the ganas showed them the fear of Shivaparvati. When the Kritikas were scared, Kartikeya consoled them and said that they do not need to be afraid while he was there. They hugged Kartikeya to the heart while weeping and asked him how he would be able to separate from his lactating mothers who would not let him go out of sight even for a moment. Kartikeya said that he would come to meet them. Mounting on the divine plane, Kartikeya came to Shivaparvati at Kailash. A festival of joy was celebrated. Shivparvati hugged him. Impressed by the divine radiance of Kartikeya, many people became his devotees and started praising him. They call him the one who helps attain Shiva and gives freedom from birth and death. They called him their favorite presiding deity. A goat tied for a man’s yagya had run away. Everyone looked for him everywhere in the universe, but he could not be found. Then the man came to Lord Kartikeya and started praying to him that only he could bring that goat, otherwise his Ajamedha or goat sacrificing Yagya would be destroyed. Kartikeya entrusted that task to a gana named Veerbahu as created by him. He brought the goat tied from any corner of the universe and handed it over to the man in front of Kartikeya. Kartikeya, sprinkling water on it, told him that the goat was not worthy of sacrifice, and gave it to the man. He left after thanking Kartikeya.

Revelation of the above kundalini metaphor

Vishwamitra had experienced Kundalini. He was a Kshatriya, but Brahmatej had come to him by the experience of Kundalini. He became a Brahmarishi only by the experience of the same Kundalini Purush i.e. Kartikeya. Brahmarishitva is by means of Kundalini, not only by caste or religion. To perform the rites of Kartikeya means that he established the Kundalini Purush or kundalini man with his yogasadhana. The six krittikas are the six chakras. Kundalini Purush i.e. Kundalini picture travels on all the chakras, sometimes going to one chakra and sometimes to another chakra. This is called their fighting among themselves. Then the yogi, with intense yoga practice, made him move around all the chakras so fast that he appeared to be situated on all the chakras simultaneously. It is like this that if one moves a burning torch around rapidly, it looks like it is burning simultaneously in the whole circle. This is said to make the six faces of Kartikeya and drink the milk of all the six krittikas simultaneously. One gets strength from the meditation of the Kundalini Purush on the chakras. This is said to drink the milk by Kartikeya. Romance related subjects are also called ‘hot’. That’s why Agnidev has control over those subjects. Because the Kundalini Purush originated from these romantic subjects, that is why he became the son of Agnidev. Even after its origin, the Kundalini Purush continued to get strength from Tantric Yoga, in which tantric type love plays the main role. This is said to give strength to Kartikeya by Agnidev. Then Kundalini came on top of the agyachakra taking power from god of fire. Mooladhara and Ajnachakra are shown to be directly connected to each other. It is said that Kartikeya climbed the mountain of Krauncha, agyachakra being the krauncha. The word closest to krauncha in hindi is kranti or revolution. The agya chakra is an intelligent chakra. Revolution happens only by intellect, not by foolishness. Kartikeya breaks the summit of the mountain krauncha, meaning it destroys the sharp, judgmental and dual intelligence. The soul filled with ego wants to prevent Kundalini from going to Sahasrara. That ego is called Indra. The thing that he stops Kundalini from ascending up is the thunderbolt attack on Kartikeya by him. Kundalini comes from three nadis on the agya chakra. These nadis are Ida, Pingala and Sushumna. Due to this, Kundalini keeps on coming down from the Agya chakra, and keeps on going up again through the three nadis. This makes her very powerful. This is the separation of the three pieces from Kartikeya due to the thunderbolt. The shakha branch is Ida, Vishakha is Pingala, and Naigam is Sushumna. Shakha itself means branch in Hindi. The name associated with branch is given because these two nadis are like twigs. The main tree is Sushumna, hence it is named as Naigam. Sushumna is the essence of all the nigamas i.e. Dharmashastras, hence the name Naigam. Together with the Kundalini Purush i.e. Kartikeya, these three metaphoric men rushed to kill Indra, which means that Kundalini was moving towards Sahasrara forcefully, due to which the ego of Indra was to be destroyed. Everyone is praising Kartikeya in the same way as the Kundalini Purush form as deity is praised. Kundalini can also get power through tantric activities. This is more so when intense manifestation of Kundalini is accompanied by a lot of physical exertion. This means that it is Kundalini that makes tantric yagyas successful. The completion of the yajna by finding the scapegoat by a gana named Veerbahu, born by Kartikeya, reflects this principle. Veerbahu means a person who is brave because of the power of his arms. It is a sign of labor. Most of the time, Kundalini is satisfied with the symbols of Shakti, there is no need for violence for Shakti. It also implies the combination of least violence and maximum spiritual gain. It is shown that Kartikeya sprayed water on the goat and asked it to be released to protest the illegitimate violence in the name of Tantra. This is a symbolic form of violence. The rest next week.

Kundalini literature as Sanskrit literature is a spiritual, psychological, ultra modern and evergreen literature

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.

kundalini tantric yoga helped by sexual sublimation and seminal transmutation in Hindu mythological shiva purana~sex to samadhi-super consciousness

ॐ कर्पूरगौरं करुणावतारं संसारसारं भुजगिन्द्रहारम् सदावसंतं हृदयारविन्दे भवंभवानीसहितं नमामि

A famous Shiva Stuti Sanskrit Mantra

Friends, according to Shiv Purana, Goddess Parvati got married with Lord Shiva. Then Shiva kept on roaming while romancing  with Parvati. Hundreds of years passed while enjoying by him, but he did not get above it. Due to this, all the gods went to Brahma in despair. Brahma took them all along and went to Lord Narayan. Narayan explained to them that no pair of man and woman should be stopped from enjoying each other. If one does this, he has to bear the pain of separation from his wife and children. He gave examples of many such people who had done so and for which they were also punished. Then he said that Lord Shiva would have intercourse with Parvati for a thousand years. After that they will rise above it. So till then the gods were advised not to meet them. But even after a thousand years, Shiva and Parvati did not come out of the cave. The earth began to tremble due to the play of both of them, and due to the exhaustion of the Kachchap or great tortoise and the Sheshnag or great serpent on which the earth rests, the air of the atmosphere also became fixed column-like. Then all the gods were distraught. They reached near the entrance of that cave. At that time Shiva and Parvati were playing in sexual intercourse. The deities cried out in sorrowful voices praising Shiva, and made him aware of the atrocities inflicted on them by the demon Tarakasur. Hearing their cry, Lord Shiva left Parvati and out of compassion came to the door to meet them. Shiva explained to them that no one can avert the being or destiny, not even he himself. Then he said that whatever had to happen, it has happened, now let us correct the situation ahead. Shiva said that only one who can receive his semen can protect all of you from the demon Tarakasura. All the gods put forward the fire god for this. Then Shiva reassuredly dropped his semen on the earth. The fire god drank that semen with his beak becoming as a pigeon. Then Parvati came out furious from inside and became angry with the gods, accusing them of making her childless by creating disturbance in her enjoyment of intercourse. Saying this she cursed them that they too would be childless like her. Then rebuking the god of fire, she said that he has done a low act like drinking semen, so he will not get peace anywhere, and will continue to burn with fire. Disturbed by the unbearable effulgence of the semen, he went to the shelter of Mahadev Shiva, and narrated his tale to him. Mahadev Shiva told a remedy to reduce his irritation. He said that if seven women who take bath early in the morning in the month of Magha or January take this semen in their vagina, then he will get rid of the burning sensation of that semen. Then Goddess Parvati took Lord Shiva inside the cave again, and having sex with him produced a son named Ganesha. Then eight sage wives arrived before the deities located at the cave entrance. They were getting cold by bathing in the cold water of Magha month, so seven of them started going near that fire. Another sage wife Arundhati knew everything, so she even stopped them, but they did not stop. As soon as they approached fire, the semen entered inside them through the subtle sparks of the fire, and they became pregnant. When their husbands, Rishis came to know about this, they abandoned them, calling them adulteress. Now they all started wandering here and there in the world, regretting their act. The burning produced by the semen inside them was not doing their well. So they went to the Himalaya Mountain and by giving that semen to Himalaya became free from the weight of irritation and pressure. When the Himalaya could not bear the radiance of semen, it gave it to the Ganges river. Ganga too was troubled by the effulgence of that semen, and she poured it into the reeds growing on its bank. There a child was born from it on top of a reed. There was happiness all around as soon as he was born. Unknowingly, Shiva and Parvati began to feel the ultimate happiness, freshness and the end of any great burden. Due to excessive love, milk started coming out of Parvati’s breasts on her own. There was a festive atmosphere all around their residence. The gods began to rejoice, and the end of demons like Tarakasura seemed to be near. He became famous as the boy Kartikeya, who grew up and killed Tarakasur.

Psychological and Kundalini Yoga oriented analysis of the above metaphor

Shiva is the soul of a living being. There is essentially no difference between the soul and the Supreme Soul. Parvati is his wife. The living entity has full cohabitation with his wife in every human birth, but does not take any means of liberation from life and death. The gods have created the world and the body of the living entity so that the soul living in it can be liberated. The deities also benefit from it, because they then renounce the bondage of the limited body of the soul and start living in their unlimited cosmic body as before. For a few births, they allow him to remain immersed in sexual pleasure with the permission of the Lokpalak God Vishnu. But when his tens of births pass like this, then Vishnu along with the deities also goes to urge him. In relation to spiritual liberation, nature has given free will to man, so he cannot be coerced. This means that the gods have to pray and praise him with love. The gods tell him that the demon Tarakasura is troubling them, and only his son can kill him. Tarakasura is a symbol of ignorance, as he blinds man. Kundalini is said to be the son of Jiva or living being. Actually the soul or jiva is in the form of the linga, and his wife is in the form of the love tunnel, which is the cave itself. Through various spiritual practices Kundalini develops in his mind, like by god worship and satsang or good company. The power of sex also gets mixed with this spirituality. Due to the influence of the fierce Kundalini developing through this mixture, vibrations start to arise in his body, and breathing also starts to crumble. This is actually self occurring pranayama and yogasana to counteract body stress naturally. This is depicted in the metaphorical story as the vibration of the earth and the static pillar of the wind. The Jiva’s central nervous system extends into the spinal cord and brain, shaped like a hooded serpent. The Kundalini picture grows in the same central nervous system. It is natural that it will get tired of the tremendous Kundalini’s pressure. The same central nervous system controls the speed of breathing and the vibrations of the body. Due to its exhaustion, the breathing becomes irregular, long or distorted. That’s why, in this metaphor it has been told that due to the fatigue of Sheshnag, the air of the atmosphere started columning. He feels the same Kundalini around the Swadhisthana chakra and Mooladhara chakra during sexual intercourse. This is depicted as the gathering of all the deities at the cave. This is concentration of blood there. Blood is the representative of whole body. Actually every god is present there inside the body. Then Shiva in the form of Shivlingam comes out of the cave. The soul becomes aware by the inspiration of the Supreme Soul that when the Kundalini picture becomes so much condensed with the element of semen in the genital area, then by offering it to the brain, samadhi or Kundalini awakening can definitely be achieved. Therefore he tells the deities of his own body gathered there that whoever can hold on to the effulgence of his semen will be helpful in killing Tarakasura that’s spiritual ignorance. Then the living entity pulls the semen upwards by strongly contracting the muscles of his pelvis, stomach and ureter upwards. Due to this powerful action, heat is produced in the body. This is what is called semen drinking by the god of fire. The sucking of semen begins with the genitals, which have the shape of a beaked bird. This is said as fire god becoming a pigeon and drinking semen with help of its beak. Many tantric hatha yogis master this process so much that even after pouring out the semen on ground, they suck it back up. This technique is called Vajroli Kriya in Tantra. Because of this, because semen does not fall in the vagina, it is natural that pregnancy will not be formed. This is the curse of Parvati to the gods. Actually, gods are helping to do everything inside the body. Since the body is made up of the deities, it is natural that the deities will also become childless i.e. sterile due to the soul becoming childless. Holding semen causes a pressure or burning sensation in the genital area. This is the curse given by Parvati to Agnidev. By the order of the Guru or the Supreme Soul, the soul transfers the effulgence of the semen of his genital organs to the seven chakras of its body. Since the eighth chakra is outside the body and slightly above the brain, it cannot give it semen tej that’s effulgence. While taking a bath, there is a blissful sensation and contraction on the chakras. The colder the water, the greater the experience. That is why in the scriptures it has been instructed for everyone, especially yogis, to wake up early in the morning and take a bath with cold water throughout the year. With the power of their contraction, the chakras pull that semen from the genitals towards themselves. This is the sages’ wives going near the fire due to cold, and through the subtle sparks of fire, the radiance of semen enters in them. Since the month of Magh that’s January is the coldest, it is natural that this process takes place the most in this month. This is shown in the metaphor in the form of eight women, seven women and their bathing in cold water in the month of Magha. Because Kundalini-based hatha yoga has the same effect as cold water on the chakras, this metaphorical part also symbolizes hatha yoga part (especially Asanas) of kundalini yoga. The mind is shown as a sage and different groups of brain thoughts as different sages. Different thoughts of the mind are buried in different chakras. That is why the chakras are called sages’ wives. The chakra is shaped like the central hole of a ring, so it is depicted in the form of a yoni or vagina. The thought of the mind hidden in the chakra is feminine. The effulgence of semen established in it is masculine. The union of the two creates a pregnancy. This is said to be pregnant sage wives. The effulgence of semen on the chakra is also not as strong, and the Kundalini thought there is also not as strong as the Kundalini thought in the brain. That’s why the pregnancy could not be successful. The chakras began to feel burning due to the heat of the womb and semen. Due to this pregnancy on chakra, the noise of stray and extravagant thoughts on the chakra stopped, and was replaced by a single Kundalini thought as a baby fetus. Meaning the mind has left the chakra, because the mind is the cluster of thoughts. This is what sages leave their wives on the charge of adultery. The most burning and pressure is felt in the Swadhisthana chakra. The chakras gave that effulgent semen along with the kundalini foetus in their wombs to the spinal cord. Meaning that the soul noticed and sensed its spinal cord along with the burning of the Swadhisthana chakra with meditation helped by asanas. The spinal cord runs from the Muladhara Chakra to the brain. But its feeling is more from the rear Swadhisthana Chakra to the rear Agya Chakra. This is what is giving the semen and womb by the sage’s wives to the Himalaya. The lower, caudal region is the lower base of the mountain, and the brain is the upper base or summit of that mountain, while the spinal cord is a thin, long and high hill connecting those two fundamental bases. Bone does not have the capacity to make the semen inside it flow because it is solid and hard. Due to this, the irritating radiance of semen started putting pressure on its various and special points constantly at same place. All these points are in the spinal cord just behind the chakras of the front channel. There are two main points of these, the rear Swadhishthana chakra and the rear Agya chakra. In case of excess of semen tej, it is also formed in the area of Anahata Chakra. And If it is still excessive, it is also formed in the region of the navel chakra, in this way. When the intensity of semen increases very much by regular, and continuous yoga practice, full of tantric support, then it goes from the spinal cord to the Sushumna nadi. It has been written in such a way that when the semen became unbearable for the Himalaya, it poured it into the river Ganges. The river Ganges is called Sushumna Nadi here. The luminous effulgence, passing through Sushumna, enters the Sahasrara in the form of an electric line. There the Kundalini gets awakened by the power of that radiance. It has been written as a metaphor that the semen flowing with the Ganges became unbearable for the Ganges. That’s why Ganga poured it into the grass of the reed growing on the shore. There a child was born from it on top of a reed. The grassy shore of the Ganges is here said to be the brain. On the scalp covering the brain, there are sharp and stinging hairs like reeds. Animals do not eat both. There are also some such branches coming out of the root in the reed grass, on which flowers grow. These are woody and knotty like bamboo. Small wooden and decorative furniture is also made from these. These are covered with a dense bark of leaves, which is removed and crushed to make a fiber. Moonj rope is made from it. That is why Moonj is also a symbol of spirituality and sattvikta. Actually Sarkanda that’s reed is a multipurpose plant, which grows on the banks of river or pond. In that panicle branch of the reed, there are knots in it’s whole length at intervals in the same way as the chakras in the spinal cord. Perhaps that is why the birth of the child has been told on it. The awakening of the Kundalini picture is the birth of a child. But it is not a physical child, but a mental child. Even if there is no awakening, the persistence of the Kundalini picture in the form of a firm samadhi in the mind as a permanent and clear one will also be called the birth of a Kundalini-child. Semen does not produce it by coming out, but by going inside or in the opposite direction. Brahma is also a mental image, that is why he is called Ayonij. Means one who is not born from the vagina. One may doubt how Kundalini awakening or firm samadhi can be attained by just one time attempt of sexual yoga. But it can happen. The famous and great Tantra philosopher Osho used to say that even once one experiences samadhi properly with sexual intercourse, spiritual success is attained. It is a different matter that he took such tantric secrets openly through direct verbal speeches to the general public, due to which many became his enemies and critics due to misunderstandings. It is also feared that some conspiracy might be behind his death. That’s why tantra is called secret art or guhya vidya. Although it is not preferred to hide it in today’s open world, yet some secrecy is still needed and it should not be divulged out to ineligible, non desirous, unbelievable, unbelieving and non dedicated person directly or indirectly. Displaying it in online blogs for everyone without showing author’s direct personal identity and without fixing any potential target, and in an unbiased and unselfish way can’t be called as a breach in secrecy in today’s open world. Perhaps to maintain this secrecy, the author of the Puranas never made his name and address public. Everywhere the word ‘Vyasa’ is used to denote the author, which is a common generic term given to all spiritual narrators. With the awakening of Kundalini, half the left part of the body and half the right part of the body, both became strong and happy in equal measure. The Kundalini picture here symbolizes the happiness of the left part or woman or Parvati, and the peace of the wandering soul here symbolizes the happiness of the right part or man or Shiva. Meaning that both separated from each other, Shiva and Parvati became one in the form of their son. Jiva was once complete and one. But due to the power of Maya, it became incomplete by splitting into two pieces. Since then the two pieces have been striving to be one. The development of the living entity and the world takes place only through the hustle and bustle of the soul to become complete again. Both the male and female parts or both partners of the tantric couple also became happy after being freed from the burden, pressure, and burning of the semen tej. There was joy and happiness in whole mind. The hair of the body blossomed. This is depicted in the story in such a way that on the birth of that child, both Shiva and Parvati, and all the gods were very pleased, and there was joy all around. After Kundalini awakening, the Kundalini picture became more and more clear and permanent in the mind. Then it continued to remain in the mind in the form of a permanent samadhi. From that permanent samadhi the attachment to the world diminished, and the nondual feeling continued to grow. Then the soul realized its liberation-in-life. This was the end of its ignorance. This is shown in the mythological story in such a way that the child grew up to be known as Kartikeya or Skanda, who killed the demon Tarakasur. Along with this, it has also been written about this story that whoever reads or listens to this story with devotion, he will attain spiritual liberation while attaining all the pleasures of the world. This means that this mythical and allegorical story is describing Tantric Kundalini Yoga only. If it were a story of simple cohabitation, birth of a son or a demon-killer, then there would be doubt in the attainment of simple worldly pleasures, leave alone spiritual liberation.

Kundalini awakening as Deepawali and Lord Rama’s yogasadhana as mythological allegory of the epic Ramayana

Kundalini is Goddess Sita and soul is Lord Rama

Sita is the Kundalini who enters from outside world in the form of a picture of the object through the light entering the eyes. In fact, the Kundalini energy of the body has gone out of the eye. It is also said in the scriptures that the whole personality of a man resides in his mind, which keeps wandering in the outside world by going out through the external senses. Everywhere outside is the kingdom of material defects or Doshas i.e. Ravana, a ten-headed demon. That kundalini power comes in his possession, and cannot escape from his clutches. The living soul i.e. Rama, who resides in the brain, looks helplessly at Sita Shakti wandering in that external world. This is what Jatayu’s brother Sampati ie. a big vulture has to see across the ocean with his sharp eyes and tell her well being to Rama. Then Rama engages in yoga, and associates a lot with the idol of the deity made in a temple, etc. or the guru living there, and pleases him with body, mind and wealth. By this, gradually the impression of the picture of his master deepens in his mind, and there comes a time when that mental picture becomes permanent. This is the start of samadhi or kundalini awakening. This is said as rescuing Sita from Ravana, the king of Lanka, and bring her to city of Ayodhya by crossing the bridge over the sea. The ray of light is that bridge, because through it the physical picture from outside entered the mind. The mind is Ayodhya, in which the soul of Rama resides. No one can fight with the mind, because it is beyond materialism. Very little is known about the mind of others. Everyone can fight with someone’s body, but not with the mind. Its second meaning is also that the mind should be put on the right path only after persuasion and not by coercion or scolding. Even through telepathy etc., it is just a guess. One can never know completely about another’s mind. First of all, the soul of Rama, wandering in the outside world that’s in Ravana’s Lanka, kept seeing his half part that’s Sita Mata from afar. Meaning he didn’t pay much attention to her. Even if he went out, he indulged himself half-heartedly. That is, he did not make enough efforts to bring back the kundalini power. Then, when Rama became very upset by her separation, then he jumped energetically out of his mind in to the outside world. This is what is depicted in the form of his battle with the demons. In fact, the real and lively life is like a war-level struggle and outward facing or extrovert life. It’s Karmyoga, the root and beginning of every meditation. Meaning that he came out of Ayodhya and entered Lanka through the bridge of eyesight. He started working hard in the world with his full heart and with full attention. Meaning that he started looking for Sita in Lanka. Then due to some satsang or good company, divine qualities started increasing in him. Meaning that the practice of Yama-Niyamas of Ashtanga Yoga of Patanjali started by him by itself. This satsang is in the form of friendship between Rama and the demon saint Vibhishana. Due to this, the soul Rama liked something very much, and he was constantly in contact with that one thing. Meaning that Rama’s eyes fell on his dearest Sita, and he began to be engrossed in her love. Meaning that in this metaphorical story, this principle of tantra has also been propounded that a woman that’s wife is the most helpful in yoga. The main purpose of the Puranas is spiritual and transcendental. The temporal purpose is secondary or inferior. But most people get the opposite. For example, they draw from this spiritual myth the same cosmic ethic that one should not cast an evil eye on a foreign woman like Ravana. Although this teaching is also correct, but they either do not understand or ignore the main and basic purpose of Kundalini Yoga hidden in it. Then the position or posture of the body of the soul Rama and the process of breathing itself began to adjust in such a way that maximum attention could be kept on the object of his favorite. Due to this, the development of Yogi Ram reached the asana and pranayama part of Ashtanga yoga. This means that Rama would sometimes stand for a long time to see Sita from afar and secretly, sometimes he would sit this or that way for a long time, sometimes he had to hold his breath for a long time, sometimes he had to breathe very slowly. This was so that the people entangled in the world, the demons of Lanka, would not come to know about this act of meditation or dhyana, so that they would not disturb his attention or meditation. What is actually a material object or a woman, that or she does not even know that someone is meditating on that or her. This is done very cleverly. If she finds out, she will shy away and will not be able to display her varied looks and emotions. Due to this meditation wouldn’t mature, Also, due to the creation of ego due to this, there will be further impairment in meditation. The same happens in the case of Guru as well. Similarly, what does a stone idol standing in the temple know that someone is meditating on it? Because Sita’s picture had occupied most of the space in Rama’s mind, so it had no desire to store unnecessary ambitions and unnecessary things. Due to this the fifth limb of Ashtanga Yoga, Aparigraha itself became manifest. Aparigraha means neither accumulation of unnecessary things nor wanting them. Then in this way, by prolonged practice of these initial five limbs of yoga, the image of that object or woman becomes fixed in the mind of the soul Rama. These are the dharana and dhyana or meditation, advanced limbs of ashtang yoga. You can call it as start of Samadhi or kundalini awakening. It means that Rama rescued Sita from Ravana of Lanka, and carried her through the same ray of light as bridge built on the ocean of atmosphere to the beach of eyes and then to Ayodhya in the form of mind or through Pushpak vimana that’s an classical aeroplane named Pushpak as written in Ramayana. Due to this the ten defects of his senses were destroyed. It is celebrated on the day of Dussehra festival as burning of effigy of Dashanan or ten-headed Ravana. The soul or Rama then practiced tantric yoga for twenty days to provide the final and emancipatory leap or escape velocity to kundalini for its awakening. During that time, he kept on taking picturesque and scenic journeys to reach home. Anyway, meditation along with remembrance of one’s permanent home gives more strength to Kundalini, because Kundalini is also associated with permanent house, as I mentioned in a previous article. Kundalini gets additional strength even from picturesque journeys, that’s why pilgrimage trips have been made. With that all-out effort, his Kundalini was awakened within a short span of twenty days. This is Ram’s reaching Ayodhya that’s the original place of Kundalini. This is the Kundalini awakening. The light of sattvikta that engulfs the mind after Kundalini awakening is depicted as the festival of lights, Deepawali. Because the effect of Kundalini awakening spreads the light of joy by spreading all around in the society, especially in the home, so this is the joint celebration of Happy Diwali festival by the people of Ayodhya.

Kundalini Shakti as mother Sita in the body, and her exit is Sitaharan by Dashanan Ravana

Friends, in a previous blog article I was talking about how Ramayana seems like a metaphorical description of Kundalini Yoga. We will look at it in broader perspective in this article.

Mother Sita is the Kundalini Shakti in the body, and her exit is Sitaharan by Dashanan Ravana

The ten heads of the demon Ravana symbolize the ten doshas, the five defects of the sense organs, and the five defects of the work organs. Those doshas had taken out the Kundalini Shakti. Due to this, the Kundalini Shakti came out of the body and wandered in the world. While wandering in the material world, she was working in the interest of those defects, due to which those defects were becoming more and more powerful. She was making the lust dosha stronger by creating various worldly desires. By making fights, she was giving strength to the anger defect. By creating a desire to have more and more, she was increasing greed. By driving the body after beautiful things, she was increasing the delusion. She was increasing the sedation or Mada by getting intoxicated, etc., and by putting a bad eye on the property of others, she was increasing the jealousy dosha. In the same way she was also increasing the five doshas of the karmendriyas or work organs. That power is Mother Sita. The use of that Kundalini power by the ten doshas to increase their strength has been written as the stealing of Mother Sita by Dashanan Ravana.

Union of soul and kundalini in sahasrara chakra as Seeta meeting Rama again

To do various activities with non-attachment in the external material world through Kundalini Shakti is the way of Mother Sita to remain away from demon Ravana and unattached to him. The return of the Kundalini Shakti inward in the body through intense Kundalini yoga and its meeting with the soul after entering the Sahasrara is the reunion of Lord Rama with Mother Sita. The destruction of the defects of the ten senses by the union of Kundalini and the soul in Sahasrara is the killing of Ravana, Dashanan or ten-headed demon by Lord Rama with the help of Sita. Bharatvarsha is the body, Lanka is the physical world outside the body, and the ocean between them is the dividing zone between the two. Outside world can never enter inside. We don’t feel the world, but we only feel the speculated image of outside world inside our brain. That’s why great ocean has been depicted between both zones to show their absolute separability. Rama reaching Lanka through a bridge in sea is symbolic as we can not bring a thing back from an area without reaching that. He and his army didn’t use boats but a bridge. It means that our brain doesn’t actually reach the external world but gets the information through bridge in the form of lights and sounds entering the brain.

All Puranas give mythological and metaphorical description to Kundalini Yoga

In the olden times illiteracy and backwardness prevailed. Kundalini yoga was a subject associated with subtle spiritual science. At that time even the gross science was beyond the understanding of common people, how could they understand the subtle and transcendental science like Kundalini Yoga. That is why the knowledge of Kundalini Yoga was available only to a few people of the affluent class. They wanted that the common people would also get it, because every human has the right to spiritual liberation. But they did not succeed in explaining Kundalini Yoga to them directly. That’s why they molded Kundalini yoga into metaphorical and mythological stories, so that people would read them with interest, and gradually their inclination towards Kundalini yoga would develop. The collections of those stories became Puranas. By reading those Puranas, unknowingly, Kundalini started developing inside people. This made them happy, due to which they got addicted to the Puranas. The attraction of people towards such ancient texts from then till today’s modern era seems to be due to this Kundalini-Anand. Among the people who read or listen the Puranas, whose mind was sharp, they could catch Kundalini Yoga immediately and awaken their Kundalini. In this way, the Puranas have been serving humanity since ancient times.

Importance of metaphor in spirituality

Metaphors give physicality, simplicity, interestingness, sociability and scientificity to spiritual subjects. Without it spirituality would be very dull. Although it appears as conservatism, hypocrisy, etc. in today’s scientific world but it served lot of purposes in ancient times. If in place of Shiva the formless Brahman is called, how boring it would seem. The words brain and sahasrar are too boring, whereas it’s so interesting by writing Himalaya mountain and Kailash mountain in their place. But let me tell you that the mountains mentioned in Shiv Purana seem to be symbolic or metaphorical. It is not that Kundalini awakening takes place only in the mountains. Yes, mountains do help a little more in that. There is peace. But there is also a lack of oxygen and other facilities. Due to this, most of the life is spent in getting rid of such material sufferings. Therefore, a mixture of plains and mountains is the best. Collect a lot of life force in the facilities of the plains, and go for a short time to the mountain to give it to the Kundalini. People used to do this in olden days. Similarly, the word Kundalini also does not sound as interesting as Mother Parvati or Sita seems in its place. Nevertheless, for the acceptance of today’s so-called modern and intelligent society, one has to write the reality while revealing the spiritual metaphor.

Kundalini Yoga in Ramayana through Lord Rama’s homeland Ayodhya as metaphorical story

Heartfelt tributes to the brave Indian army chief Bipin Rawat, who took the most stern stand against global terrorism and expansionism, his wife and some other senior army officers after their untimely martyrdom in a tragic helicopter crash and heartfelt wishes for their soul to rest in peace

Friends, I could not write any Kundalini article last week. The reason was hectic lifestyle. Hundreds of kilometers of bike riding had to be done on the highways due to some important work. Although the bike was latest, comfortable and sports type, yet environmental friendly. Got a good experience. Got to learn a lot new. Enjoyed the journey a lot, and learned the importance of a permanent home. As long as there is no compulsion to do any work on a man, he keeps abstaining from doing difficult work. When the situation of ‘do or die’ comes, then he does it and learns too. This week I will discuss the connection between Kundalini Yoga and the Ramayana.

On a deeper look, the Ramayana seems like a practical and inspiring description of Kundalini Yoga

Lord Rama is the symbol of the soul here. There is essentially no difference between the Supreme Soul and the soul. He practices Shakti sadhana during the nine days of Navratri. From this his Kundalini reaches Sahasrar. It makes him pure every day. On the tenth day, he destroys the egoistic self that’s Ravana by burning it with his yoga fire. His Kundalini gets awakened on the day of Diwali. It is shown the return of Rama to his home in Ayodhya. Ayodhya is that supreme abode of the soul, which no one can conquer, that is, over which there is no one. This is also the literal meaning of Ayodhya. Rama is the son of Dasharatha. Dasharatha means the chariot drawn by ten horses. The senses are called horses in the scriptures. Five work organs and five sense organs, a total of ten sense organs operate this body. That is why the body is called Dasharatha. Due to this the supreme soul becomes like a conditioned soul or Ram. Although Ram is God, but from him, it is this Dasaratha or body that produces the conditioned soul or ordinary Rama, that is why it is called the father of the soul, Rama. The story that he stays in exile for 12 years, that is Kundalini Yoga Sadhana. Through Kundalini yoga practice, a person remains the farthest and the most isolated, even while living in the midst of everyone. This is what is called exile. The wife of Dasharatha, who is Kekayi, is the supreme intelligence born in the body. She looks foolish and wicked from the outside, but in reality she is the one who is of supreme benefit. She seems like a kak or a crow to say harsh words like kanya-kanya, that’s why her name is Kekayi. She had once saved the body or Dasharatha in a battle with the demons, that is, by strictness and love, she saved Dasharatha from being corrupted by the evil habits of demons. That is why Dasharatha had deep faith in her. To maintain the intellect of Paramarth or supreme purpose, one has to walk on the path of Paramarth. The meaning of Kekayi’s threat of suicide by going to Kopbhavan or angry-house means that if at least three of her most spiritual words or demands are not fulfilled, then the body will indulge in luxuries and will do evil deeds, due to which it will be destroyed. Saraswati resides in the speech of those who walk on the right path. Their words are not false. It has been said that the Raghukul (the family tree of Rama) bound rituals never had lies, even they die but there words or promises never die. Kekayi’s demanded first boon is not to give the kingdom to Rama. It means to keep Rama away from indulgences and unnecessary responsibilities. The second boon is to give 12 years of exile to Rama. Exile is synonymous with Kundalini Yoga Sadhana. It has been written in various kundalini yoga sects that it takes around 12 years to perfect the kundalini yoga. The third boon is to make his son Bharata the king of Ayodhya. Bharata literally means ‘devoted to brotherhood’, engrossed in the devotion of brother Rama. Bharata is the detached mind of the body. He rules, but with an extinguished mind. He is not attached to the pleasures. He keeps Rama’s shoes on his throne, never sits on it himself. This is the great Karmayoga of King Rama. He does nothing in spite of doing everything and remains engrossed in Kundalini Yoga Sadhana. Rama’s wife Sita i.e. Rama’s Shakti resides with yogi Rama and not with King Rama. This is Sita’s going to the forest with Rama. likewise, Hanuman and Lakshmana also live with Yogi Rama under his guidance, not with King Rama or Bharata. Hanuman here symbolizes the wild or blind force, which through various yogic actions helps in Kundalini yoga. Lakshmana is the symbol of millions of thoughts of the mind. Laksh-mana (laksha means millions, man means thought or mind) means millions of thoughts literally. They also give their sensory energy to Kundalini. In fact, the art of depicting different parts of the mind as different persons is of great importance in allegorical narratives. Anyway, the whole world resides in the mind itself. If someone asks what Kundalini Yogi Rama used to meditate while practising Kundalini Yoga, the answer is clear that Rama used to meditate on Lord Shiva. The proof of this is the Rameshwaram shrine, where Rama himself has established the Shivling. This very famous pilgrimage comes under the Chardham Yatra of India.

The name of Rama’s second mother, Kaushalya, is derived from the word Kushal in Sanskrit that means well being. It is the intellect in the body that seeks the well-being of the body. She looks good from outside, because she wants to give all the comforts to the body, but she is not liked by Rama and the supreme intellect or Kekayi, who wants his real welfare. Kekayi does not like Rama’s body or Dasharatha, because what does the body have to do with Paramarth, it just needs luxury. Though obviously she is not liked by Dasharatha, but when she is strong, then she can tactfully tame the body or Dasharatha. This is subduing Dasharatha by Kekayi.

Kundalini is associated with permanent home

We can also call Dasharatha or body as the king of his permanent home. This is Dasharatha, the king of Ayodhya. We can also call the man’s own permanent home the city of Ayodhya, because we cannot fight it. We can’t harm it. No creature can fight with its permanent home. That is why its name is Ayodhya. It also means that no one can fight a man in his permanent home. That’s why it is said that even a dog is a lion in his own house. No matter how much fighter a man may be, he always wants peace in his permanent home. This is a psychological fact. No creature wants to be haunted by guilt all the time, because its permanent home is always attached to its mind. Because man’s mind is always connected with his permanent home, so Kundalini is also associated with permanent house, because Kundalini itself is part of the mind, or say it is the top representative of mind. That is why every man always wants to maintain his honor in his permanent home. In times of trouble, only a permanent home is remembered. You must have seen how people used to run to their permanent homes breaking the corona lockdown. Dharma (religion), Artha (money), Kama (luxuries) and Moksha (spiritual liberation) are the four Purusharthas or the goals to be achieved by a man. Their basis is this body and that body’s base is its permanent home. It has also been said that shariramadyam khalu dharmasadhanam in Sanskrit (body is the basis of every achievement). Therefore, of course, Jivatma Rama may ignore it a little bit for his Kundalini awakening, but after Kundalini awakening he has to enter this body and through it into materiality. Of course he may leave his home and go to the forest for Kundalini awakening, but eventually he has to come back home. You must have also seen that a man can go out of the house wherever he wants, but he can make real and permanent development only in his permanent home. It takes many generations of a man to make a new place a home. That’s why a famous short poem has been made, “Four children of a bird, spread their wings out of the house; From east to west they roamed, from north to south they roamed the world, saw the whole world, at last knew that home is the most beloved. The glory of the home too is unparalleled, and that of the city of Ayodhya too. That’s why the home and the groom have a lot of importance in relationships. Everyone knows that the real home is God, but the way to get there is through one’s permanent residential home, it seems. That’s why a man is taken posthumously to his permanent home. It is only to enrich his permanent home Ghazni that the jihadi invader Mahmud Ghaznavi had looted India wildly. Whatever development man does outside, it is only for his permanent home. So he does. Ghaznavi knew the importance of a permanent house, otherwise have he would not made a permanent house for himself in India? Most of the westerns also did not make permanent house for themselves in different colonized countries including India during the colonial period. The homeland or permanent home appears to be the sole root cause of most of the world’s movements, conflicts and wars. This means that a man keeps on fighting for the Kundalini only because a permanent home is dear to him because of the Kundalini present in it. A man can get enough food anywhere. But home is home. Belongingness is belongingness. It is from Kundalini that there is belongingness. This means that wherever a person may be while doing Kundalini Sadhana, he gets the same happiness as his permanent home, even more than that, if Kundalini Yoga Sadhana is done with sincerity and hard work. This also means that Kundalini Yoga can put an end to most of the world’s conflicts and wars by eliminating home sickness, and creating an atmosphere of real and lasting peace in the world, which is desperately needed today. Working hard in his permanent home after Kundalini awakening by a common man is depicted as handling the administration of Ayodhya city by the King Rama in the best way. It is a different matter that after Kundalini awakening, the materiality brought in practice is used with enlightenment, therefore it’s not too harmful. It is from this worldliness that awakened Kundalini leads to liberating self-realization, while achieving stability and eternity. I think nothing happens with a mere glimpse of Kundalini awakening, especially if it is not carried forward in the right direction. I want to make it clear that I am not saying that incidents described in Ramayana never happened, or that Ramayana is fictional. Ramayana can be real, can also be metaphorical, and can be in both the forms simultaneously. It depends on faith and belief. Ramayana teaches us in every way. It’s as if accept, the whole world is imaginary, if not, then nothing is imaginary, there is no discrimination against anyone or anything.

Kundalini is also a ghost~ a holy ghost

Friends, in the previous post I was telling what are bhoot or ghosts. Some people questioned why in English it is translated into the word ghost, ghost has no spiritual significance. I said it was translated by Google, I didn’t. Actually, we are more involved in words, try less to understand the basic feeling. This is a psychological weakness. But they are also right. The actual literal meaning which is derived from the word bhoot (in hindi) can not be derived from the word ghost. The ghost is the mind. It frightens the man, so that the man walks on the straight path. The different forms of the wandering minds are different types of ghosts. Some have eyes on their stomach, some have innumerable arms, some have innumerable legs, etc. Sea creatures are also of such diverse and amazing forms. There is a wandering mind in those too. Their same strange mind is a strange kind of ghost, which is able to choose only a strange body to live in. The mind does not die even after the body dies. Like the soul, the mind is also immortal. The mind cannot die, it can only merge with the soul. When the body is not there, the mind takes the form of a strange darkness. It is thick and shiny like black Kajal or mascara. In it all information of creature from its beginning is recorded in the form of psychological code. They are so obvious that if one sees the ghost of a person he knows, he immediately recognizes that it is his ghost. Even those personal informations of the living entity are more clear and visible in his ghost than in his body of his own living time in past. Actually the ghost feels like a fully exposed person in the mind. The brain gets inspired by it and makes a picture according to the form of the ghost. Brain tricks are amazing, you know very well. It seems to us that it is visible with the eyes, but it happens in the mind only. Man understands that ghosts are formed only after death. Actually a living being or a man is also a ghost. The literal meaning of ghost or bhoot is “born matter” (bhav-being, kta pratyay- in past). Neither God is born, nor is nature. Both are eternal and infinite. Only the soul is born from the Supreme Soul, and also merges in Him. It wasn’t even born. Actually it is like his shadow. The shadow is only felt. Shadow does not exist. So is the ghost. Therefore the soul is a ghost. Only a dead ghost is scary to people, because it does not have a body. Now if anyone sees a fire without wood in the sky, he will be afraid of what happened.

Some fanaticism is also necessary for religion

Then I was also saying that while extreme fanaticism is harmful, a little bigotry or a little stubbornness is also necessary for religion. If you do not persist in doing Kundalini yoga regularly, then you will not be able to do it. Sometimes you will make an excuse that you did not do it that day because you went to the wedding or procession on that day. If you were a fanatic, you would definitely do Kundalini yoga after finding solitude for a while. Sometimes you will pretend that I went to the city that day where there was a shortage of space. If you were a fanatic, you would have done it on a chair too. Sometimes you will make an excuse that that day you reached home late at night, so you could not do yoga. But if you were stubborn, you would have done it for a short time, but definitely did it. Sometimes you will pretend that you had dinner that day or that you were ill. But you could also do light asanas and light pranayama. Also, by doing Kundalini yoga even in the midst of problems, the Kundalini benefits increase manifold. In this way, if there is no positive bigotry, then the excuses do not end, due to which the person cannot stick to the practice.

If worship was everything, then sad things would not have happened to the worshipers

Worship is a means, not an end. The goal is Advaita. That is God. Worship increases Bhakti, and Bhakti leads to Advaita. Kundalini definitely resides with Advaita. It is known to all that Kundalini always does good things. By the way, most of the contribution of Advaita is there, which is born from Kundalini. From Advaita to Kundalini, and from Kundalini to Advaita, these two continue to enhance each other. Due to Advaita man remains balanced and full of energy, due to this the intellect works well. Advaita controls the noise of thoughts, so that there is no wastage of energy. Once I went to the house of a small acquaintance on a business call from him. A member of the household who seemed like a friend to me took me with himself. There I talked to his young brother when he greeted me. I saw a strange look on his face. His name was also associated with the name of Shiva. So I inadvertently compared him to Shiva with joy and smile. In fact, his nature was also the same more or less. He also smiled at this, and so did the other family members. He was an attractive, shy, loving and hardworking boy of his parents. After a day or two, he along with a friend of his school time went for a tour somewhere full of enthusiasm on his brand new bike he had bought. Probably his friend was just learning to ride a bike. On the way, they stopped to visit the temple of a famous Shiva and a local deity. Probably the main purpose of stopping there was getting the new bike worshiped. When they went to roam the city from there, they collided with the back of a tractor trolley on the way. The rider survived, but the young man sitting behind died on the spot. It also shows that children should get good training in two wheelers like cycles etc. at an early age. The common man thinks that the child will grow up and learn on his own, but sometimes it is too late. I have also seen such incidents in some other teenagers who are two Wheeler stealthy or learning. Maybe my subconscious mind was influenced by the ghosts of Shiva, due to which the words of Shiva came out of my mouth. It may also be that my subconscious mind has foreseen the event by powerful non-dual practice. However, at that time I did not do any special and regular yoga practice. My way of working was such that it used to produce effect of practice itself. A detailed description of that method is found in the book “Sharir Vigyan Darshan~ ek adhunik Kundalini Tantra”. The family members wondered how the big accident happened even after Shivnam’s support was there. Even if it had happened, life would have been saved. Then they would be satisfied assuming that he would have got liberation through Shivanaam. Now who knows what would have happened, but it is certain that worship cannot fill carelessness. Physical deficiency can be fulfilled by physical means only. Worship gives support, but it also has its limits. The mind may feel that all is well, but there is a difference between feeling and being. Feel good and being good. Although both are linked, but up to a certain limit. His family members also said that he used to talk strange including his going out of the world on few instances for some time. It would have been like that. His father, who was often ill, also passed away after a few days in the grief of his son. Whatever happened, my friendship with his little bit maddened brother almost ended. Little disturbed he used to appear earlier also, but not that much. Many times he used to think that his brother might have been made a scapegoat by some black tantra in the temple. What does the sad mind not think? I too felt shock and for some time I also had to take depression pills, also having few other reasons to do so, although my self-created Advaita philosophy and my habit of working according to it soon took over. I realized that even depression medicines cause Advaita, albeit by coercion and with some poor quality and loss of memory and work efficiency. In addition, it also harms the body and mind. When depression is basically removed with non-dualism, then why not take the help of Kundalini, why make a habit of physical medicines. I have also seen co-businessmen who are addicted to these drugs. They seem little bit like patients, especially mental patients. God bless, such accidents should not happen to anyone.

Depression is the younger brother of the ghost, which Kundalini can best drive away

Although everything except God is a ghost, but in public practice only the bodyless soul is considered to be a ghost. The state of depression is also similar to the state of bodylessness or death. In this, the experience of various pleasures of the body decreases. Probably this is the main reason why depressed person has more tendency to commit suicide. Kundalini yoga can play the role of a lifesaver in depression. Actually antidepressants also appear curing depression through kundalini principle. It should be scientifically researched to convince the world. I think these can be used for a short time under the supervision of a specialist doctor for preliminary exploration of Kundalini. I also feel that cannabis also does the same thing, that is why Yogi sages used to consume them properly in a controlled way. Kundalini is the source or basis of all the pleasures of the body. This leads to the formation of chemicals in the brain that are formed while experiencing material pleasures. We can experience material pleasures only in the form of the mind, not directly. Kundalini is a cultured and refined mind of a higher order. With this, even without material things, there is happiness like material happiness. Simply means that Kundalini is the unique way to bypass material facilities for material pleasures. I have received this Kundalini benefit not once but many times. Everyone gets it, but they don’t go deep into it. India was once a country dominated by Kundalini Yoga, only that’s why it was then most developed without materialism.

The most practical way of Advaita is to always consider yourself to be part of the whole

Some call him supreme soul, some God, some saviour and some others. But in practicality, it is considered as a whole by very few people. Many believe, albeit from the outside, because if a hungry or helpless dog comes in front of them, they can abuse it, or can hit it with a stick. Then how can the meditation or worship of the whole be done, when one part of it is hated? That’s why the best way is that no matter what the situation is, always consider yourself to be a part of the whole. That whole, in which there is everything, from which nothing is different. There is no need to meditate, it is enough to believe. You have to concentrate on your work. If the focus is on the whole, then how will the work be done? Do not reject any circumstance, dark or light or anything, because nothing is separate from Him by everything being part of a whole. By maintaining such belief, Kundalini will also remain in the mind, and moving around keeping the whole body healthy. Although maintaining this belief directly round the clock appears neither practical nor easy, therefore a tactical non dual philosophy and kundalini yoga must be adopted to get this indirectly. The book “Sharir Vigyan Darshan~ A Modern Kundalini Tantra” having this type of practical and tactical nondual philosophy helped me a lot in maintaining this belief.

Kundalini is also a ghost, the holy ghost

When mind is a ghost, then Kundalini also proved to be a ghost, because Kundalini is also a higher level of mind. The common ghost also does not have a physical existence, and the Kundalini also doesn’t have a physical existence. Common ghosts are the pure products of the mind, and Kundalini is also the same. But kundalini is different from the common ghost only in single aspect. Where ordinary ghosts take one away from the Supreme Soul, the Kundalini-ghost leads to the divine. Does the Holy Ghost described in Christianity mean Kundalini? I leave that decision up to you.