Friends, there is a saying in Russia that the magician lives in his parrot. Even if this thing is not completely true, it has metaphorical significance. Kundalini is the parrot, which gives strength to the magician.
Anything can be made Kundalini
The magician makes a parrot a Kundalini. Parrot is colorful and beautiful, so easily becomes Dhyanalamban/meditation support or Dhyan-Kundalini. A parrot can also be a mataphor. Parrots can also mean something beautiful. Like a lover, guru or any other beautiful thing. One loves the beautiful thing easily and it settles in the mind. The magician may also be a yogi’s mataphor. Just as the powers of a yogi are due to his Kundalini, the powers of a magician are dependent on his parrot.
The magician / yogi spreads illusions only with the help of his parrot / kundalini
Just as a yogi acquires Advaita from his Kundalini, the magician obtains Advaita from his parrot. When the magician spreads the illusion, then by the power of Advaita, he himself does not fall into the trap of that illusion. The same yogi also does. Common people are confused with the Yogi’s worldly pastimes, but he himself remains untouched by illusions.
The death of a parrot / kundalini makes the magician / yogi inactive
This makes emotional shock, as I have described in previous posts. In fact, the entire life cycle of the magician / yogi is associated with the parrot / kundalini. With the destruction of the parrot / kundalini, all the events, memories and attitudes attached to it are destroyed. This makes him completely calm in the thick darkness. This is called emotional shock. This is also called asamprajnata samadhi of Patanjali. Kundalini awakening can happen under this situation. If it is held for a long time, enlightenment can also be attained. On average, enlightenment can occur within about six months. If you get the support of a qualified guru to handle this situation, you get emotional security.
God is the greatest magician, who keeps the magic of this world running with parrot / kundalini
In various religions, including Hindus, God is believed to be a magician or auspicious, who spreads his magic or enchantment in the open sky. That makes this world. He is fully nondual. This proves itself that he also has his kundalini (parrot) with him because both live together. The same parrot is called Mayashakti.