Kundalini energy and chakras are like the water flow of a river and the turbine wheel of a watermill

Should Hatha Yoga be done till Raja Yoga?

I was talking in a previous post about the small difference between a commentary book on Hatha Yoga Pradipika and my spiritual experience. It comes in that the practice of Hatha Yoga should be done only till the attainment of Raja Yoga. It is also written that if Siddhasana is perfected, then there is no use in wasting time on other asanas. At the time of book making, only spiritual culture dominated. People were not interested in materialism. Life was fleeting. Do you know when an epidemic will spread or a disease will occur? There were wars etc. That’s why people wanted to awaken Kundalini and attain salvation as soon as possible. Although it is written in Hatha Yoga Pradipika itself that different asanas provide protection from various diseases. But people were less concerned about health, but more concerned about awakening. But in today’s scientific age, the life span has become longer, and the standard of living has also improved, so people can wait long for awakening. Because nowadays the fear of deadly diseases is almost non-existent, so people are more enthusiastic than ever to keep their body fit and healthy. That is why I am of the opinion that even if Raja Yoga is achieved, one should continue doing Hatha Yoga. In one case, Yogi Swatmaram is also right. If a Kundalini is already formed in one’s mind, then why should it be harmed by extra or unnecessary effort of Hatha Yoga. The same happened with me as well. Due to the spiritual atmosphere of my home, Kundalini always remained in my mind. I think if I tried forcefully to raise her, she might have gotten annoyed. Because Kundalini is very delicate, subtle and shy. Many types of Kundalini do not even like hatha yoga, such as the Kundalini created as a living lover or girlfriend or friend. The happiest for Hatha Yoga is the Kundalini created in the form of a guru or deity. Many times, Kundalini gets the majority of strength from spiritual and diligent social life. Karma yoga also gives a lot of strength. In such a situation, if you do hatha yoga, then it will be a waste of time. If one remains healthy with Hatha Yoga, then he also remains healthy with balanced form of mental and physical work. Hatha Yoga is mostly useful for very material societies or forest-ashrams. One can also strike a balance between Hatha Yoga, Raja Yoga and Karma Yoga. It all depends on the time and circumstance. It should not happen that leaving the Kundalini preformed in the mind and falling into the trap of awakening another Kundalini, because more important than the momentary awakening of the Kundalini picture is to remain continuously in the mind of the Kundalini picture. Maybe this statement of Yogi Swatmaram is for everyday yoga. When the meditation of Kundalini is well established in the mind with Hatha Yoga during daily sadhana, then meditate with the method of Raja Yoga. It is natural that the man’s mind will again become unsteady due to the confusion of the day’s work. Due to this, it will not be able to be directly controlled by Raja Yoga the next day. Therefore, the next day it will have to be tamed again with the hatha yoga first. This sequence will continue every day. It may also be that Yogiraj has written this for those who do not have the entanglements of worldliness, and are devoted to yoga while living in solitude. When their mind is controlled by the practice of Hatha Yoga for a long time, then they leave it and do only Raja Yoga. Without the entanglements of the world, their mind would never be unsteady again. Even if it is a little unstable, it will still be controlled by Raja Yoga.

Hatha Yoga begins with life energy and Raja Yoga begins with meditation

Kundalini is also not explained in detail. It is written that by doing such asana or such pranayama, Kundalini awakens, or rises above the mooladhara and reaches Sahasrara. Similarly, it is said in the explanation that when Prana and Apana collide with each other in the Manipura Chakra, there is an energy explosion, whose energy ascends from Sushumna and reaches straight into Sahasrara. This means that the life energy itself is called Kundalini there. Because this energy remains asleep in the pool of Muladhara, hence it is called Kundalini. When this prana energy or kundalini awakens in the brain, then any image of the mind will also wake up with it. This means that in Hatha Yoga the vital energy is awakened first, but in Raja Yoga the image of the mind is awakened first. In Hatha Yoga, the image of the mind is awakened by the awakening of the life energy, but in Raja Yoga, the life energy is awakened by the awakening of the image of the mind. Meaning that in Raja Yoga, the image of the waking mind pulls the river of vital energy from the base through the back to fulfill its energy requirement. This means that in a way, Kundalini and Prana energy are synonymous. What I call Kundalini is a mixture of the Prana of Hatha Yoga and the meditation picture of Raja Yoga. In fact, this definition is the most accurate and practical, because a combination of Hatha Yoga and Raja Yoga is the most practical and fruitful. I too had a short-term experience of Kundalini awakening from this mixture. If one simply takes a Raja Yoga meditation picture or meditation object, then due to lack of energy in it, it will not be able to be activated or awakened. Similarly, if only the life energy of hatha yoga is taken, it will be lacking in consciousness. Perhaps keeping this in view, Yogi Swatmaram has said that after the achievement of Raja Yoga, leave Hatha Yoga. His abandonment of Hatha Yoga would have meant that Hatha Yoga should not be practiced separately, but to practice it by combining it with Raja Yoga. In the initial practice of Hatha Yoga, the most effective picture or meditation picture of the mind predominates. It is fully revealed only after the practice is completed. This happens in about 2-3 months or within a maximum of 1 year. Then Raja Yoga begins. Although Hatha Yoga continues to be associated with Raja Yoga, but because Raja Yoga is more effective in it, it will be called Raja Yoga. I am telling a yoga seeker at the very beginning by describing the mixture of that mental picture and the energy that rises above the mooladhara as kundalini that it will happen later, so that he does not face any problem in sadhana. The mental picture is already awake, that is, conscious. Waking up with the help of that picture, it is only the vital energy located in the root, which remains asleep or unconscious in the normal state. Therefore it is also correct that the same energy is called Kundalini. The Kundalini only awakens, but the meditative picture becomes supremely awakened, because it becomes one with the soul. Meaning the meditation picture awakens more than the life energy. So why not call that meditation picture as Kundalini. Although Kundalini is a mixture of meditation picture and energy, yet the importance of meditation picture is more in it. This is because the meditation picture is equally important in Raja Yoga and Hatha Yoga. Expression of energy gives meditation the picture itself. Energy cannot be felt. Energy is experienced only in the form of a meditation picture. Most people believe that Hatha Yoga is only related to physical health, meditation has no place in it. I used to think something similar before. But people do not see those 2-3 sutras, in which it is shown as the initial ally of Raja Yoga, and it is said that Hatha Yoga culminates in Raja Yoga only. He has allowed the work of meditation yoga to remain with Raja Yoga only. Why would he take credit by copying another? This means that people still had a social sense of copyright type at that time, even more so than today. So why don’t we consider Hatha Yoga Pradipika as the first part of Patanjali’s Raja Yoga. This is also the truth. Yogi Swatmaram would have done the same with such emphasis if he had known that the coming generation would be confused in this way.

meditation image is kundalini

I will give proof of this from the saying of Hatha Yoga, according to which Kundalini flows upwards in the Sushumna Nadi. If meditation is not done on any chakra during the asanas and pranayamas, then only a thrill or wheezing will be felt in the brain, there will be no mental picture with it. That thrill can be felt in any part of the brain, right, left etc. But as soon as meditation is done on the chakras like Agya Chakra, Mooladhara, Swadhisthana etc., along with that thrill, at the same time the mental picture of meditation in the Sahasrara Chakra appears. Simultaneously, the thrill also comes in the vertical central line of the brain. In fact, by meditating on the chakras like Ajna etc., the Kundalini energy gets centralized and starts flowing in the Sushumna, due to which Kundalini manifests with it. This is actually due to the principle of Advaita arising out of the mixing of the right and left brains. The energy going to the brain in the form of thrill is always beneficial, whether it is accompanied by Kundalini or not. It refreshes the mind. But all the benefits accrue only with Kundalini.

It was actually Kundalini awakening by Lord Krishna to Arjuna to show his Vishwaroop or mega form

It was probably done by Shri Krishna through Shaktipat. That is why Arjuna tells Shri Krishna that he seems to him to be infinite forms. It means that Krishna’s beloved form had become one with Arjuna’s soul, that is, he was united with the eternal energy or Energy Continuum. Full Samadhi or Kundalini awakening is like this. I am a modest person. I had only a glimpse of ten seconds, that is why I do not speak much, but that experience of complete samadhi by the power of Shri Krishna remained in Arjuna for a prolonged time.

The frequency of the chakras decreases as you move down the body

Consciousness power and life force meet at the chakra. The lower chakras rotate at a lower frequency. Going up, the frequency of the cycles increases. Frequency means the speed of reaching the kundalini energy from the front chakra here to the back chakra and from there to the front chakra, that is, how many times this happens in a second. This is the definition of frequency in science also. I was also telling this in a previous post that if there is a lack of conscious energy in the brain, then by meditating on Advaita, the Kundalini picture is formed on the lower chakras, that means the lower energy chakras become active. Together it, I was telling that the Kundalini of undeveloped small creatures resides in the lower chakras. This means that their brain lacks conscious energy. As the brain develops, the Kundalini ascends upwards.

The chakras spin by the prana flowing in the nadi, just as the spinning wheel of a watermill spins by the water flowing in the river

Probably so called chakra because, just as the water-spinning wheel of a water mill to grind flour rotates in the middle of a small river or gully, in the same way the chakras rotate in the middle of the sushumna nadi. The word Nadi is derived from the river (nadi in Sanskrit) itself. These chakras also rotate from back to front like a turbine due to the upward movement of energy in the sushumna. With the flow of the nadi going down from the Agya chakra, they again move backwards. From back to front again, from front to back, in this way this cycle goes on. Let me explain to you by giving an example of Vishuddhi Chakra. In the middle of the neck is the circular turbine. Understand that it has propeller-like blades to convert the linear energy flow of the nadi into its rotational motion. When Muladhara is meditated along with this chakra, the Kundalini picture is formed in the center of the back of the neck. This means that there is pressure on the propeller blades. Then when the Ajna chakra is meditated with it, the Kundalini picture is formed with a contraction in the center of the front part of the neck. Meaning that from back the propeller blade rotates and reaches front, on which the next pressure of the energy flow going down from the command chakra is applied. Then by meditating on Muladhara, it again comes to the first position in the back part of the neck. With the attention of the command chakra, it again comes forward. In this way the cycle continues. You can assume that it has a single propeller blade, which keeps going back and forth as it spins. One can also assume that this turbine has a lot of blades, as there often are. It is also somewhat of a philosophical rumination. By meditating on the Vishuddhi Chakra, Ajna Chakra and Muladhara Chakra simultaneously, the Vishuddhi Chakra starts rotating rapidly. It does take some practice though. You can understand that prana energy from below rotates that chakra, and psyche energy from above. There is a good mix of both the types of energies on the chakra. The shrinkage felt on the chakra is in a way a push to the chakra by life or prana energy. The Kundalini picture that is felt on the chakra is a push on the chakra by the psychic energy descending down from brain. In fact, the force that pushes the chakras in front is also orana force, not mental or conscious or psychic force. Manas Shakti or mind force mixes with Prana Shakti when it is passing through the brain. It is like when passing of a river through a garden, the fragrance of flowers gets mixed in its water. That fragrance or Kundalini picture decreases downwards in the front channel. This happens because the energy in the front channel loses most of its fragrance while going down. When it turns from the mooladhara and climbs up from the back, there is very little Kundalini fragrance left in it. As soon as it reaches the brain, the Kundalini fragrance gets mixed again in it. She then descends from the front and spreads the fragrance of Kundalini all around through the chakras. In this way the cycle continues. Probably the “Sugandhim Pushtim Vardhanam” of the Mahamrityunjaya Mantra refers to this Kundalini fragrance. I was sharing a similar experience in a previous post that Sahasrara is taken as the vertex of the upper triangle, the line joining the front and rear chakras is taken as the base of the triangle, and the lower triangle starts from this same base and tapers to the muladhar chakra as tip of the inverted triangle. If this base line is meditated along with both vertices as Muladhara chakra and sahasrar chakra, then the middle chakras get very good attention or meditation. Now I am able to understand scientifically from my own experience that why this happens at all. In fact, from the upper triangle the manas energy comes down from the top, and the life energy from the lower triangle goes up. Both of them collide on the chakras located on the base line, creating an energy explosion, which causes the chakra to spin rapidly and the Kundalini becomes alive. The dense accumulation of energy in the pyramid shape is due to this same triangle principle. It is said that the chakras of the body are the energy centers of the body, this means that the Kundalini picture is strengthened on them. That Kundalini picture is very useful in a man’s life. That is how Kundalini romance is possible. From that one attains non-attachment and non-duality, attaining which a man never gets tired. Actually, only physical and mental strength is not enough for man to develop. If this was the case, then only the well-made people of a prosperous household would have hoisted the flag of progress in the world. But we see that in most of the cases the people who touch the heights rise above poverty and problems. Actually, the most important is the spiritual power, which comes from Kundalini. Due to this, man is saved from the darkness of ego, which is born by doing work and which hinders the work. Once I started making rounds of doctors and hospitals because I was not tired of work. Ordinary people go to the hospital because they get tired of their works quickly. But the opposite was happening with me. Kundalini was riding on me as a ghost. Kundalini is probably that ghost, whose description comes in a story that he never sat idle and used to do everything in the blink of an eye. When he did not get work, he started harassing the man himself. Then with the advice of someone, he gave him the task of burying and uprooting the pole continuously. Meaning the man was constantly busy in some work or the other. By the way, Kundalini is a good power, never does bad, like a holy ghost. Maybe the name Holy Ghost is derived from this. Still, Kundalini must be properly handled. I feel that for the blind material progress that is happening nowadays, it is the uncontrolled and misguided Kundalini.

When to meditate on Advaita

While concentrating on any chakra, if the subconscious feeling of non-dualism is also done, then the Kundalini manifests on that chakra with joy and contraction. If Advaita is meditated while paying attention to the thoughts of the mind or to the mind, then the Kundalini manifests in the brain with pressure and joy. Due to this, the brain gets tired soon.

sequence of asanas and pranayama in yoga

Then it is said that first asanas should be done. After that pranayama should be done. Finally, Kundalini meditation should be done. In Pranayama too Kapalbhati is done first. I also do it in exactly the same order from my own experience. Asanas open up some of the nadis. Therefore, through pranayama, the flow of Kundalini energy starts easily in them. Kapalbhati also gives a lot of strength to open the nadis, because in it, breathing moves with jerks. About 25-30 asanas are there in Hatha Yoga Pradipika. Some match the asanas I do, some don’t. It doesn’t matter. There should be a mixture of such asanas, which gives exercise to almost the whole body. Special attention should be paid to the back and the three main channels running in it. I also do 15-20 types of asanas according to my own accord. I do pranayama on the chair. Knees get tired by sitting for a long time in Siddhasana etc. It is good if the chair does not have arm rests, because they do not allow to sit properly. You can also put a cushion on the chair. The chair should be of proper height.

Nadishodhana Pranayama itself continues in the middle of the original Pranayama

After Kapalbhati in Pranayama, for some time, breathing with inhaling through the left nostril and exhaling through the right nostril and then doing Nadi Shodhana Pranayama to remove the suffocation of breath, means to keep inhales and exhales through the alternating nostrils. Then for some time again inhaling in the opposite order that’s inhaling through right nostril and exhaling through left one, and doing Nadi Shodhana Pranayama in the opposite order means to keep inhaling and exhaling through alternative nostrils, starting from the opposite nostril of previous nadishodhan pranayam. Then inhale and exhale simultaneously through both the nostrils. To remove the suffocation of breath, do Nadi Shodhana Pranayama of alternate breathing for some time starting from one side and for some time starting from the other side. Similarly, when breathing is withheld while doing Kundalini meditation, one should continue to do Nadi Shodhana Pranayama when there is breathlessness. In this way, Nadi Shodhana Pranayama itself continues. No need to devote time for that separately.

Kundalini Tantra accepted as scientific by lord Shiva

Friends, it comes in the Shiv Purana that when goddess Parvati spent a lot of time with Shiva in the divine forests, mountain ranges, she became completely satisfied. She thanked Shiva and said that she is now completely satisfied with the pleasures of the world, and now wants to cross this world knowing its true nature. Shiva told Parvati the best way to worship Shiva. He said that a devotee of Shiva never perishes. Whoever harms the devotee of Shiva, he definitely punishes him. He also told the nature of Shiva bhakti. Told physical methods of worship, archana, pranam etc. Told mental methods like sakhya, dasya, surrender etc. Then said that one who is completely devoted to Shiva, dependent on Shiva, and is always immersed in his meditation, he is most dear to him. He is compelled to help such a devotee, even if he is of sinful and ill-mannered morals and thoughts. He has described Shiva-bhakti as the greatest knowledge.

Parvati’s walking with Shiva is the creature’s pleasure with the help of the soul

In reality, the creature  is the form of Chittarup or mind form. The creature here is Parvati, and the soul is Shiva. The thoughts of the mind shine through the power of the soul, it is written in the scriptures and as experienced by enlightened beings. It has not been explained properly. People think that the power of the soul is infinite, so if the mind has taken a little power from it, then what will be the difference. But it is not so. The soul itself becomes darkness by giving its light to the mind. It happens in the same way as the mother herself becomes weak by giving her strength to the child in her womb. Actually this does not happen, but due to illusion it appears to the living entity. For this reason, Parvati’s mind was filled with illusion while enjoying with Shiva. Feeling the deep darkness of her soul, she wanted to cross that darkness forever. It is a psychological fact that unless a man experiences the problem in a tremendous way, he does not try to solve it in a proper way. That is why experienced people say that only after drowning in the ocean of the world does the desire to go beyond it arise. Therefore this tantric theory is a scientific truth that tendency is very important for retirement. Without tendency, the way to retirement is not easily found. Therefore, by being tied in the strings of rules and dignity, one should make a lot of merry in the world, so that the mind gets bored with it and finds a way to go ahead of it. Otherwise the mind may remain entangled in this world. Many are so sharp minded that listening to the tales of others’ luxuries, they enjoy themselves to the fullest. Some have to experience them themselves.
Kundalini is considered to be Shiva, and Kundalini yoga is considered to be devotion to Shiva.

Kundalini also has the same benefits, which Shiva has told through his meditation

Shiv Purana has called this meditation image as Shiva by not saying Kundalini, because this Purana is completely devoted to Shiva only. Therefore it is natural that the sage, the author of Shiv Purana, would like that everyone should make Lord Shiva as their Kundalini. According to the above Shiva words, Kundalini Tantra is the most scientific, effective and progressive. Sinful and ill-mannered attitudes are also seen in Tantra from outside, although there is also a powerful Kundalini along with it. That dazzling Kundalini sanctifies them. Not only Shiva’s grace is received by the intense Kundalini Shakti, but material progress is also received from material Panchamkars etc. By getting many benefits from this together, spiritual development happens faster. Shiva himself also seems to be of ill-mannered behavior from outside. Prajapati Daksha had done a great insult to Shiva only by imposing this stigma. In fact Shiva is an eternal personality. What happened to Shiva, is happening to people like him even today, and will always happen. For the creation of eternal character, the wisdom of the sages has to be admired. On the other hand, ordinary Kundalini yoga has a lack of physical energy, leading to a very slow spiritual growth. Where Shakti resides, there Shiva also resides. They always stay together. That is why it comes in Shiv Puran that contrary to popular belief, Shiva and Shakti or Parvati are never separated. Sometimes they make a closer relationship with each other, and sometimes they stay at a distance while telling stories to each other. Their close relationship means a man’s state of Kundalini awakening or samadhi, and a short distance apart means man’s general worldly state. I have experienced all these benefits of Kundalini Tantra myself. Once I had a pain in my ear. I took many medicines in vain. I was having the opposite effect. Then I handed over all the responsibility of my ear to Kundalini. I completely surrendered to Kundalini. The very next day the homeopathy doctor himself dialled and told me a small recipe, which made the pain disappear. And there were many benefits from that medicine. Once a misunderstanding made my many enemies. I became completely dependent on Kundalini. By the grace of Kundalini, I kept on progressing, and they kept watching. Eventually they repented. Repentance is the greatest punishment for sin. My son was fragile and sick since birth. Inspired by Lord Shiva, I took shelter of Kundalini for his health. To please the Kundalini or say that to make the Kundalini shine additionally, god Shiva also made some small humanly tantric tricks through me. After that I started getting success in my business and my son also started growing like full moon.

There was never any mass dispute among Hindus about spirituality

Kundalini meditation is Kundalini devotion. The same remembrance that remains in the mind through devotion remains by meditation or dhyana. In order to make the Kundalini famous for their influence, there has been a competition from the beginning between different sects and religious sects. In Shivpuran, there is a story to tell Lord Shiva to be superior to Lord Vishnu that once Lord Shiva kept a big throne in his cowshed and made Lord Vishnu sit on it. After that the cowshed inside the supreme abode of Lord Shiva became the Gauloka or cow abode of Lord Vishnu. These were lovable and humorous narrations proving their superiority, they did not contain hatred, in contrast to the fanatical (like jihadists and other forcefully converting religious groups) mentality since the Middle Ages.

Partial idealism is also responsible for the decline of Hinduism

Sharing the true experience of spiritual achievement with the public was treated as arrogance. The spiritual achievements of life were covered by the description of      the transience of life and death. On the other hand, those who made material progress kept on demonstrating their achievement without hiding anything. People also kept spreading their fame. It was not considered as arrogance. Because of this the real spirituality shrank. Fake spiritual people came forward to take advantage of this shortcoming. They introduced spirituality with a tinge of materiality, which was accepted by the people. That too people did not find as arrogant. Due to this spirituality fell further. In this way, no one considers himself to be self-knowledge or a kund. In this way, anyone can call himself enlightened or Kundalini-awakened. If one has actually attained enlightenment, he should always present his apparent experience to the whole world, so that it can be matched with the original, classical, and universal experience. Such an experiencer keep on discussing, reasoning and proving its veracity related to that experience throughout his life. At the same time, his spiritual development also continue throughout his life. He remain dedicated to awakening throughout his life. Only then can it be considered that the experience of such a person is real experience. Many people have experience of awakening that lasts for four days.

Kundalini musings~ hidden secrets often overlooked

This post mainly includes Shivbindu-Meditation, Bath-Meditation, Kundalini Better than Vipassana, Secrecy of Kundalini Awakening, Best Awakening, Kundalini Abode in Muladhara, Experience of Prana-Energy Transmission, Real Remembrance, Hatha Yoga as Associate of Raja Yoga, Breath holding, transmission of energy in sushumna, secrecy of tantric words, and superhuman.

Friends, I felt some writer’s block last week. Didn’t feel like writing anything. Wrote a little bit, but could not compile it as a post. In this post, I gathered those scattered experiential thoughts in my mind. Then made a subtitle by combining the keywords of all the secret ideas.

When the Kundalini in the mind is given the form of Shivbindu, then with the experience of the energy rising from the back, the contraction is formed on the Agya chakra itself. Due to this, the Kundalini straightens in the brain and spreads in a straight line from Sahasrara to Ajna Chakra. We are of such a small stature that we can only contemplate the Bindu of Shiva, nothing else. Shiva is far away. He is the biggest. He is the true complete Brahman. Shiv Bindu itself will lead us to Shiva.

Everyone wants to imitate Shiva from outside but no one from inside does. Shiva remains engrossed in the meditation of Kundalini from within. That’s why his real imitation will happen only when one’s inner meditation or dhyana continues, may be the Kundalini of his form.

Gush or thrill of energy while taking a bath is a very good experience. It feels great in the brain. This gives a feeling of freshness and mindfulness. That is why it is advised to take a bath daily, and while taking a bath, it is said to chant, so that the Kundalini remains effective in the mind, and the benefits of energy can be given to the Kundalini. Perhaps this thrill is experienced enough only if yoga is practiced daily. There may not be a flurry of energy during yoga practice, but it aligns the energy in such a way that energy surges can be felt at any time of the day when a suitable environment is found, such as while taking a bath.

Vipasana maintains the power of thoughts of the mind. Thoughts towards which witnessing is kept, they are suppressed for some time, but as soon as the feeling of witnessing is removed, the same or other thoughts flash with double power. This happens because we may have suppressed thoughts, but the power of thoughts increases instead of decreasing. That is because the power of thoughts stops being spent. At the same time, not even a special picture is made in the mind, which continuously absorbs the power of useless thoughts. In contrast, in Kundalini meditation, the power of thoughts is not obstructed, but it is removed from the thoughts and applied to the Kundalini. This gets rid of thoughts for a long time. Even if thoughts start coming, their energy is felt by the Kundalini, and they become calm, because we are used to doing so. This happens more with Kundalini and Vipassana combined, because there are two types of meditation done simultaneously. But Vipassana without Kundalini seems to be a very weak and temporary method. That is why Kundalini is called the fundamental basis of spirituality.

I was saying that the best awakening is that which starts with Kundalini. There is another reason for this. This makes Kundalani Yoga completely scientific, and Kundalini comes under one’s full control. Man comes to know that we can achieve awakening by our own efforts, not just by chance. With this, man can teach this method to others, by which a large-scale awakening can be possible. Not everyone can get awakened by chance due to rarity. Most of the awakenings that happen by chance happen without effort. Even if there is an effort, it is a simple and mild effort, such as a life full of non-dualism and non-attachment, and other spiritual activities. That effort is not a scientific, strong and dedicated effort like Kundalani Yoga. The one who has got the awakening by chance, he himself does not know how to get it again by his own effort, what will he explain to others. Of course, one who has attained Kundalini awakening himself by the effort of Kundalini Yoga, will think many times about getting it again through that effort, because it requires a lot of systematic effort. But at least he knows the way by which he can guide others, especially the intelligent, curious, long practising and powerful kinds of qualified people.

Along with Advaita, Mooladhara is activated by worldly actions. This happens because for the Kundalini formed in the mind from Advaita, the supply of energy starts from Muladhara, because it is necessary for Kundalini. For all the functions of the brain other than Kundalini, the brain has a lot of its own energy, there is no need for additional energy from Muladhara. That is why it is said that Kundalini resides in the Muladhara Chakra. The Muladhara of dualists is not active because they do not have Kundalini at all, if it is active due to the influence of the previous birth, then it’s very weak or negligible.
The gush or thrill going from the back to the brain is not always felt. It is felt only when the brain needs more energy. I am currently undergoing a transformation phase. During this phase new neuronal connections are formed in the brain and old ones are broken. Means past memories are erased, and new ones are made. For this the brain needs a lot of energy. When the old life starts dominating me, then this thrill feels very loud and joyous. Just like a child, there is a feeling of freshness and newness. But you keep doing yoga, because even without realizing it, the energy from yoga rises up. Whenever the pressure of emotions is high on you too, then too this thrill will be lively felt. Even if there is a creative or new work, the energy thrill will increase. Kundalini or image sadhna should be done in conjunction with shakti sadhna. Only then both are able to join together in Sahasrar, otherwise there is doubt.

While doing yoga, if any creative thought comes, then let it remain in the mind, do not start noting or analyzing it, it can hinder the movement of Kundalani energy. But if the creative idea is very important, and you may forget it later, then you can also make a note.

The practice of hiding the Kundalini seems to me to be promoted by unsuccessful people to avoid their embarrassment. Everyone loves his ego. If a great seeker or guru is not able to achieve Kundalini awakening, but if a low and enemy neighbor makes it, then it will be difficult for him to bear the truth because of shame. The second reason must have been that the man of the so-called low fraternity should not have to be given respect or credit. Because if the Kundalini of such a so-called low is awakened, then bowing to social pressure, one will have to give due respect and credit. Therefore, the so-called learned class must have spread the illusion in the society that one should not reveal his Kundalini awakening in front of anyone, so that neither bamboo remains nor flute can be played.

When we do yoga while holding our breath, the body’s instinct to rotate the energy starts itself so that the whole body can get enough oxygen. Yes, this is also a reason. The second reason I mentioned earlier is that by holding the breath, the direction of movement of energy itself remains upwards.

There is no difference between simple awakening and Kundalini awakening. There is a feeling of complete soul in both. In Kundalini awakening, that realization starts from the Kundalini through the Kundalini yoga practice may be artificial or natural whatever. Another type of awakening can be from Vipasana, from emotional shock etc. It is difficult to happen. Because the mind has to be emptied. Kundalini awakening is easy, as it does not require the mind to become empty. In this, the Kundalini itself is made so strong that it unites with the soul and manifests it. Anyway, by staying in the world, the Kundalini method is the best, because the inclination of man in the world is only towards the tendency, not towards retirement.

Personal or intimate knowledge is hidden in the Hindi translation of the Sanskrit Puranas. It means Sanskrit is more mature language. In Sanskrit it is clearly written Retaah in the Shiva Purana, which is written as Kamvasana or lustful behavior in Hindi translation. Well it means semen. Retashchurbindu:, means 4 drops of semen. Nowadays every type of knowledge is available on internet. That’s why it’s not necessary to hide the Kundalini knowledge. If it’s kept secret, then people will collect wasteful knowledge and could harm themselves.

People say that they are bothered by the remembrance of the past events. In fact it is superficial remembrance. They really don’t remember. It is an remembrance full of attachment and duality. The real remembrance is of feelings or deep emotions. There is no attachment in it that’s why too joyous. It arises from the practice of deep contemplation or dhyana yoga.

Hatha Yoga without Raja Yoga is much less efficient. First, the Kundalini matures in the mind through Raja Yoga or simple meditation, then Hatha Yoga will be needed to give it additional strength. If there is no Kundalini already, then force from hath hoga will be used up to superficially express kundalini. It will not get any extra strength. Awakening itself is the extreme meditation or dhyana of the mental picture. This picture got its name Kundalini from its association with sexual energy. Sexual energy resides in the Muladhara Chakra. This energy is generated there and gets destroyed there. This is called by the serpent pressing his tail in his mouth. Meaning that the energy generated from the tail (subtle Bindu-energy generated on the vajra-tip) of the serpent reaches his mouth, which he spews out near the tail. It’s like seminal discharge. This serpent is a nadi or channel, which after completing two and a half rounds is there like a coil. When I understand the secret of this two-and-a-half coil, I will tell you completely. However, when the circle connecting the front and back Swadhishthana chakras is meditated together, the Kundalini energy ascends in the sushumna more efficiently. I will also understand the meaning of two and half turns. That is why the combination of the energy flowing in it and the meditation picture of brain is called Kundalini. By becoming a Kundalini, the coil or kundali of the serpent opens up and starts standing upwards. It denotes the association of top (mental image) and base (energy). It also means to carry the life energy up from the mooladhara through the path of the sushumna to the sahasrara. This is a kind of Bindu conservation and transmutation itself.

There is no physical means of development of consciousness above the human mind. Then it is the soul itself, the storehouse of infinite consciousness. The superhumans depicted in movies, novels or comics are actually supposed material alternatives of a person with Kundalini awakening. Since Kundalini Shakti cannot be expressed in physical form, therefore such great human beings have to be imagined. This happens not only today, but also happened in the past. For example, mythological characters like Hanuman, Narada, Bhima etc. looking like superhumans are physical manifestations of a kundalini-man.

What it comes to is that Kundalini awakening occurs only when the life energy moves in the Sushumna. That is correct. In it, both the left and right brain become equally active with prana. From the left brain worldly deeds are done, and from the right one keeps an eye on the void. The combination of both gives rise to powerful Advaita. Kundalini manifests rapidly through it. In Sushumna, prana energy runs in central channel. It gives the impression of Advaita and Kundalini for both parts of brain are equally covered from there. Jagran or awakening happens only when it also gets tantric sexual power along with it. In this the whole brain vibrates equally.

Many people feel the Kundalini energy stuck here and there in the body, such as in the shoulders etc. This makes them feel restless. Actually it is due to the rise of energy through Ida or Pingala Nadi in the back. The Ida passes through the left part and the left shoulder and the Pingala passes through the right shoulder. Energy should not be disturbed. Wherever it goes, let it go. After fulfilling the energy requirement of the part suffering from lack of energy, it again comes to the central nadi and starts revolving. To bring this quickly, one should simultaneously meditate on the Agya Chakra, the touch of the tongue to the palate, the Swadhisthana Chakra and the Mooladhara contraction. Keep meditating on these points as many as possible, even changing focus from one point to another as per ease. Actually, these points act as foot ruler to mark central straight line or channel for kundalini to run upon. Simultaneously, the focus should also be on Kundalini energy. The rotating Kundalini energy is good, not standing or blocked at one place.

The main reason behind the yoga reducing the body weight is Kundalini meditation and not physical exercise. Very little energy is spent by keeping the legs and arms bent. Due to the contraction of the muscles created by Kundalini meditation on the chakra, the excess accumulated fat of the body dissolves, which leads to weight loss. With practice, this Kundalini mediated contraction starts forming throughout the day.

The love that grows by hugging, it grows only by sharing their Kundalini with each other. Everyone loves their Kundalini the most. When one comes in close contact with someone, an imaginary pose is formed like an incomplete yab-yum, in which the Kundalini ascends from one body, and descends from the other. In this way a Kundalini energy loop is formed covering both the bodies. This same happens during god worship, sun worship etc.

Kundalini is in the form of the best guru and Bindu, which becomes very strong with the sarvalingamaya body and Kumbhaka pranayam

Friends, got one more proof of the correctness of the statement of my previous post. It is in the very next chapter of Shivpuran that after being consumed in the fire, a woman named Sandhya entered the solar system. There it broke into two pieces. The upper part made up the morning Sandhya or dawn, and the lower part made the evening Sandhya or dusk. Then it is written that the time of day between night and sunrise is morning sandhya, and the time between sunset and night is evening sandhya. I had also written in the previous post that Kundalini keeps away from lust. In this post I will explain how Kundalini does this.

Kundalini attracts sexual energy

Kundalini draws the energy of the body. I added the word sexual because this energy is most effective in the body. It acts like a magnet. If you meditate on Kundalini on any chakra, then the life energy itself will start moving in the channel loop, and will strengthen the Kundalini. Many people revolve the prana energy first, many people meditate on Kundalini first on the chakra. The conclusion of both is the same.

By giving sexual gloss to Kundalini, Kundalini becomes alive

Veerya tej or Semen gloss lives in the Muladhara Chakra. Tej means brightness and sharpness. It is just like mercury. That is why the Shivling of mercury is very powerful. In a previous post I told how my Kundalini shone by meditating near a Parad Shivling.

what is Bindu and bindu chakra

The bindu is name given to the drop of semen. The literal meaning of bindu is also drop. You can call bindu as slang name for semen. The Bindu chakra is located between the Sahasrara and Ajna chakras, little above the middle of the forehead to the back. It is called Bindu Chakra because it receives maximum distilled seminal power. Brahmins tie their braids here.

The Jyotirlinga’s light is from the bindu of Shiva

Twelve Jyotirlingas are famous among Hindus. These indicate the twelve chakras of the body. There are actually 12 chakras. The eighth chakra is the bindu chakra. The ninth, tenth, eleventh and twelfth chakras are located on the top of the head at a little height above each other. These Jyotirlingas are built at different places of the country as its chakras. In fact, the country also acts like a body. Its full detail is in the book Physiology philosophy or shareervigyan darshan in Hindi. The flame at these places symbolizes the brilliance of the bindu. That bindu originates from the linga of Shiva. That’s why their name is Jyotirlinga. Bindu has associated the Shivlingam with the Shiva Chakras. In a way, it can be said that the linga is established on all the chakras. This is called the omnipotent body or sarvalingamaya body. There is also a sarvalinga stotra. It contains the names of countless famous Shivling places located in the country. It gives an indication about the spread of the bindu’s brightness throughout the body.

Bindu Teja should not be implanted on the Chakra Kundalini by holding the breath

During the meditation of Bindu Tej, the breath starts moving very fast. Blood pressure also increases. At that time there is probably some intense physical and mental activity going on. Mental activity is visible in the form of the brightness of Kundalini. It is just like it happens during bindu-fall. The heartbeat also increases at that time. This exercise should not be done by holding the breath. Holding your breath can weaken the heart. It is as if one tries to hold the breath at the time of a bindu fall in reproductive organ. This can lead to a feeling of suffocation and severe fatigue. Therefore, after holding the breath and meditating on a chakra, when the breath becomes normal, only then can you relax and meditate on the implantation of the bindu radiance on the chakra Kundalini coming up from lower organs through back channel. Heart patients, breathing patients, high blood pressure patients should also not do this exercise. If you do, do less, do so with caution and advice. The simplest and safest way of Kundalini contemplation is the contemplation of Advaita or nonduality.

The bindu is Kundalini-form

The bindu and the mind are intertwined. The nature of both is bright and powerful. Only when the bindu is active, then beautiful and bright thoughts come to the mind. It is because of this bindu-activity that creatures are attracted towards reproduction. Kundalini is also a main part of the same mind. Hence she also receives power from the bindu. In fact, the highest peak of the mind is Kundalini awakening. That is why it is said in a nutshell that a creature performs all the activities, mainly Kamadeva related activities of lust, only for the awakening of Kundalini. Kundalini is a mental picture, which is in a way a representative or sample piece of the whole mind. A mental picture does not mean that it is a still picture. If there is a mental picture of Shiva’s form, it can also walk with Parvati, dance the Tandava, do sadhana in the crematorium, and whatever else. It is being called representative because, by subduing it, the whole mind is under control, and by achieving it completely, the whole mind, or rather, everything is achieved. Everything is in the mind. By attaining it completely, everything is achieved. Kundalini awakening or as it is called full samadhi, this is the total attainment of Kundalini or mind. You will not find such a beautiful, practical, scientific and experiential definition of Kundalini anywhere. Whether you try to find in any book or on other platforms. I didn’t get either. That’s why I kept on doing Kundalini sadhna only after guessing. When Kundalini awakening happened, then I came to know. Knowing about Patanjali’s meditation and samadhi, practiced about it. But I did not find anywhere about Kundalini. It was kept a secret, and there were so many words about it, as many there were mouths. Then I came to know that Kundalini awakening and complete samadhi are one and the same thing. The Kundalini is the one, on which Patanjali has asked to meditate, saying it as the picture of any deity or guru or beloved or  the picture of any favorite object. In the olden days it was customary to keep it a secret, so that it would not be misused. Today it is a free society. This inspired the creation of this dedicated Kundalini website. This shows the extent to which there is confusion, as I had before.

Linga sensation on the chakras

This feeling occurs when a man has worked hard and heavy, and he has taken a lot of yoga breaths with the belly. Not everything gets done just by breathing with the stomach. Along with that, one has to also meditate that prana is going down with the air while inhaling, and the pit which is formed on the back navel chakra due to the expansion of the stomach forward, is pulling apana up from the bottom. This causes the prana and apana to collide on the Manipura chakra, and there with contraction produces sensation. I have told about the collision of Pran-Apan in a previous post. One should not pay attention to the outgoing breaths, as this weakens the collision of Prana-Apan. That sensation and contraction, then ascending through the back to the brain, refreshes all the chakras. She then descends through the front to refresh the front chakras, especially the chakras below. This leads to a deep breath in with a feeling of freshness, and then the breaths become calm. If you inhale like an empty bellows, it will only increase fatigue. Of course the benefit will be there, but it will be less. Anyway, the breath goes according to the situation. A man himself keeps on learning by making mistakes. It is better than to do nothing to keep making mistakes, but the mistake should not be harmful. But many times, when the heavy breathing does not stop, the man goes to the emergency hospital section out of fear that the oxygen level is going down due to the failure of his lungs. Same happened with me once. In fact it is caused by some stress and by breathing like a bellows. It seems that there is no satisfaction with the breath. Wherever Kundalini appears, if you meditate on the energy loop along with its meditation, then as soon as the Kundalini starts moving in the loop, the energy circulation in the loop increases. Energy moves with Kundalini. Energy should be kept moving in the loop. In fact, in most cases, fatigue is not caused by a lack of oxygen, but by the accumulation of vital energy on a chakra. This is also called the block of the chakra. Even a good deep breath is enough to channelize that prana energy into the loop channel. Let me tell you one more thing. We yawn only to relocate and give movement to the prana energy. That is why by yawning, there is a feeling of getting rid of fatigue. That’s why I say that one should go deep into every fact. Understanding half-heartedly from surface can lead to loss instead of profit. That is the purpose of this Kundalini dedicated website. There is also a condition for the experience of chakra-linga that one’s daily Kundalini yoga practice should be continued continuously. This feeling is enhanced if it is accompanied by bindu protection along with joyful rhetoric. By doing this after 4-5 days of rest, the possibility of this omnipotent feeling is more. There is a sharp and joyful feeling on the chakras mainly the navel chakra, anahata chakra and vishuddhi chakra. It seems like a delightfully sharp contraction on the chakra. It is as if bindu fall is going on the chakras. In fact, chakras are not a physical structure. These are the places in the body where the energy condenses, and a blissful sensation manifests. You can call the chakras the gathering places of energy. Anyway, the whole game is about sensation. Sensation can be transferred by cultivation, and sensation can be created at any chakra.
The more force of the prana and apana clash with each other, the stronger their combination will be. The more they meet each other, the more Kundalini benefits will be received. Prana is the symbol of sattva and apana is the symbol of tamo guna. These two Basic qualities or gunas also want to be mixed in the same way. It was a few years back. I had to stay with some VIP people for 1-2 days. I didn’t want it from my heart, because they were too much to eat and drink. But there was compulsion. However, I do not mind the limited and controlled use of such things. I had to sit with them while they had dinner. They were intoxicated by eating nonveg and drinking in huge quantity. At that time as if their hidden third eye had opened. They could easily read even the tiniest expressions of my face. They grabbed my extinguished mind. I feel, hey even considered minor things from me against them. At that time, thry did not say anything while being intoxicated, but they kept that’s mentsl tease for enough time ahead. In fact, due to intoxication and non-veg, a lot of tamoguna engulfs a person. In such a situation, he has to give the same amount of goodness from outside. When Tamagun and Satoguna meet together within him, he experiences immense joy and spiritual progress, and becomes a forever admirer of the one who bestows Satoguna. Even a man of Satoguna gets this benefit, because he receives Tamoguna from Tamoguni. That is, each other’s gunas are mutually beneficial to both types of people. That is why there was caste system in Hindu society. There the quality of Brahmin was Satoguna, Kshatriya had Rajoguna, Vaishya had mixed quality and Shudra had Tamoguna. Today man keeps on changing his qualities. Sometimes Satoguna, sometimes Rajoguna and sometimes Tamoguna takes hold as per the requirement. So there is doubt about the real quality of everyone. Due to this, quality reconciliation is not done well, due to which spiritual progress is less. One point coming in mind. I feel that guna milan or quality matching of man and woman as done before Hindu marriages is the same thing. If gunaah of both are able to intermix with each other, a delightful married life ensues, otherwise guna clashes cause disturbed married life. This virtue can be bestowed by being submissive, loving, by showing graciousness, and by displaying all other divine qualities. Along with this there should also be a mental sense of generosity and dedication. There should not be arrogance and narrow mindedness or selfishness. On the contrary, with it the partner will become more angry. He will feel that he wants to keep his Satoguna confined to himself and does not want to mix it with my Tamogun. On the contrary, if Tama-guna expressions like depression, disinterest, hatred etc. are shown in front of him, then his Tama-guna will increase further. Due to this he himself can also go into severe depression. Along with those VIPs, other people who, even after eating and drinking, were acting falsely in front of them and were applying butter to them well, became favoured. This happened to me many times in college as well. This shows that the world runs well only by working together with love. Hindu mythological Samudramanthan is good example of this.

I was also having man and woman both balanced. Then man world bothered me. At last I shed away woman mind and gave a befitting reply. Result was my half gone. Incompleteness. After marriage I got my that lost half. I’m Happy. Don’t worry. You can become complete alone or take help of others. Choice is yours. It’s the same thing. Although quality sharing appears more efficient at first glance.

Kundalini is the best guru, who guides in yoga

I never understood the bookish knowledge of Kumbhak Pranayama. I didn’t even know the way to hold breathing is called Kumbhaka. It was Kundalini that forced me to hold breathing on the chakras, because it glowed very fast with this. The joy was high. My mind became lighter and clearer. I have described this in a previous post, where I am giving it the name of the collision between prana and apana by holding the breath. Maybe that collision also has a literal name. I mean with this saying to do according to oneself. Then when I searched the name Kumbhak on Google, I got a lot of bookish knowledge on the first search page, but no one had their own practical experience. For example, it was written there that the breath should not be exhaled forcefully. I never thought so. Do we not exhale forcefully while running. Lungs are not that delicate either. There are many things in book knowledge, which can lead to confusion. It should not be surprising if one could not do Kumbhak due to the fear of getting harm with forceful exhale. Similarly, while meditating, I also move according to the need, so that it is easy to sit and meditate well on the Kundalini. In bookish knowledge, you have been asked to remain absolutely stable like a pillar. One may not be able to meditate because of not being still, thinking that without stillness there can be no meditation. There are many things that can cause confusion. Therefore it is necessary to write or say completely and clearly. Flexibility is essential in the case of yoga. Nevertheless, study does yield benefits, of whatever quality. It is better to have something than to be nothing. Today, after reading this so called superficial knowledge, I slowed down and deepened my breath while doing yoga, then I got a lot of benefit, of course, it took a little more time. The conclusion is that Kundalini continues to teach yoga on her own accord. The same inspires reading. Therefore, if the true meaning of Kundalini is known, then more than half the journey of yoga is covered. That is the basic purpose of this website.

Kundalini as the basic scientific support for Vipassana or witnessing meditation for it seems difficult and impractical to be like renunciate without Kundalini

Friends, nowadays new secrets about Gita are being revealed in my mind. Actually the whole Gita is a Kundalini scripture. It was narrated on the battlefield, so it has practical points rather than detail. Due to practicality, the same thing seems to be told many times and in many ways. My philosophy of physiology named sharirvigyan darshan now seems to me to be completely based on the Gita. Although I made it independently, without copying anyone and from my own experience.

Kundalini is at the root of all types of yoga

योगयुक्तो विशुद्धात्मा विजितात्मा जितेन्द्रियः। सर्वभूतात्मभूतात्माकुर्वन्नपि न लिप्यते॥५-७॥
He, who has controlled his mind, subdued his senses, is of the very pure mind and considers the Self all the beings as his Self; even though performing actions, does not get bound (tangled) . ॥7॥

All the above qualities remain with Advaita or nonduality itself. Advaita lives with Kundalini. Therefore Kundalini is at the root of this verse.

In today’s scientific and rational era, every spiritual utterance should have a scientific and rational philosophical basis


नैव किंचित्करोमीतियुक्तो मन्येत तत्त्ववित्।पश्यञ्श्रृण्वन्स्पृशञ्जिघ्रन्नश्नन्गच्छन्स्वपञ्श्वसन्॥५-८॥
The seeker of the truth should think – ‘I do nothing at all’.  Seeing, hearing, touching, smelling, eating, going, sleeping, breathing , ॥8॥

It’s not easy to just feel like I’m not doing anything. There must be some scientific or philosophical basis for this belief. Such an excellent basis has been provided by the philosophy of physiology or sharirvigyan darshan as said above. I had laid the foundation of making it with some divine inspiration, when, under the guise of momentary and dreamy self-realization, I began to steal my mind from my work. I was involuntarily moving towards Sanyas Yoga. This left me physically behind the rest of the nearby surrounding world. Then it pushed me towards worldliness and made my Karma Yoga successful. In this scientific philosophy, it has been proven that whatever man is doing, the same is happening in our body as well. When the living people in our body do not consider themselves to be doers, then why should we consider ourselves to be doers. One should understand within the realm of his subconscious mind that the subtle form of that philosophical book is raining on him all the time. I am saying this to the subconscious mind because the direct or conscious mind is busy in the work of worldliness, why disturb it. I myself have seen quick and miraculous benefits from it. With such contemplation, Kundalini appears with joy, and one feels relaxed. This means that there is only Kundalini at the base of this verse. From this, we can also understand that in fact the Kundalini of man’s mind is the doer and the consumer, not the man himself.

If such contemplation of philosophy of physiology causes pressure and inertia in the brain, then another method should be tried. In this, a little attention is paid to the philosophy of physiology, then according to the time, every situation should be accepted as its blessing, and one should be happy.

Sankhya Yoga or Sannyas (renunciation) Yoga is equivalent to Vipassana or Witnessing and Karmayoga is equivalent to Kundalini Yoga

संन्यासः कर्मयोगश्चनिःश्रेयसकरावुभौ। तयोस्तु कर्मसंन्यासात्कर्मयोगो विशिष्यते॥५-२॥
The Lord Krishna says – Renunciation and pursuance  of action both lead to the highest bliss; but, of the two, pursuance of action is better than their renunciation. ॥2॥ 

Kundalini is more effective in both Karma Yoga and Kundalini Yoga. In this, more importance is given to Kundalini as compared to rest of the world. This is an excellent way, because with this the worldliness also runs very well. Many of the best types of kings and administrators have been karma yogis. In sannyasa yoga, by keeping a witnessing attitude to the thoughts, they are dissolved. Many Buddhist people and other tradition renunciates adopt this method, that is why they have to stay away from the world and spend most of their time in monasteries etc. Many modern people also make short-term use of this method to relieve their stress.

The spiritual benefits that are obtained from Witnessing Sadhana are also obtained from Kundalini Sadhana as well


यत्सांख्यैः प्राप्यते स्थानंतद्योगैरपि गम्यते। एकं सांख्यं च योगं चयः पश्यति स: पश्यति॥५-५॥
That state which is attained by renouncing the actions is also attained by those who pursue actions. He, who sees both as the same, sees correctly. ॥5॥

This is the excellent and topmost verse in the Geeta. I have myself experienced this same and it’s the topmost saying from me too. This verse means that the liberation or spiritual growth which is attained by Sannyasa Yoga or Vipassana, is also attained by Karma Yoga or Kundalini Yoga as well. The only difference is that it appears more with Vipassana or Witnessing. Because there is no storm of thoughts anywhere when viewed from inside as well as outside of the Vipassana Yogi, just like a peaceful lake. While the Karmayogis are calm from inside but stormy from outside like the sea. That’s why these two appear different from each other to worldly people whereas both of these are one and the same thing in real essence. I reached upto the level of sankhya yoga after crossing the minimum required threshold level of karmayog. However, it’s other thing that l still give more importance to worldly oriented karmayoga. The additional feature of Karmayoga among these two is that, of course, in it there is blissful and Kundalini filled emptiness of mind from inside, but from outside all the work of worldly nature continues to be done in the best way. It just matches to the nature of ocean, stormy from outside whereas peaceful from inside.

This verse was made for people like Arjuna who wanted to leave their duties and responsibilities and become intransitive in the name of witnessing meditation. This verse opened the eyes of such people. They were told through this verse that the highest spiritual benefit is obtained by doing karma, not by giving up karma in the name of spiritual practice. Knowledge meditation is not that easy. Not everyone can become a Buddha. If the practice of knowledge fails, then the hell may be there as per scriptures. By the way, Karma Yoga does not fail. But even if it happens in a rare case due to some vicious circle, then one atleast gets temporary heaven, because in this, man has done good deeds.

Many people use a mixture of both Karma Yoga and renunciation Yoga. They focus more on karma yoga on work occasions, and on sannyasa yoga in the absence of work. I also tried this method. But I think that complete Karmayoga is the best. In fact, there can never be a shortage of work.

It is easier for a person entangled in worldliness to do Kundalini sadhana than to do Witnessing sadhna

संन्यासस्तु महाबाहो दुःखमाप्तुमयोगतः। योगयुक्तो मुनिर्ब्रह्मनचिरेणाधिगच्छति॥५-६॥
But, O mighty-armed Arjun, it is hard to attain renunciation of actions before practicing their pursuance. A sage established in pursuance of actions attains Brahman soon. ॥6॥

This verse means that when Karma Yoga or Kundalini Yoga leads to Kundalini awakening, then only we can make real renunciation of thoughts. Sustained kundalini activation can also do the same job. Kundalini awakening is the highest level of worldliness. This makes the mind fully satisfied and fulfilled with the world. So after that, it is very easy or it can be said that it becomes automatic or natural to give up thoughts. Without it, the mind wants to remain in the world, because it has not got its full juice. That is why Buddhist monks prefer to practice in solitude while staying away from the world. Due to that, they are able to keep their mind away from the temptation of the world. This clearly shows the importance of Kundalini activity and Kundalini awakening for Vipassana or Witnessing or Sannyas Yoga or Samkhya Yoga. Vipasana, vipashyana, witnessing, sannyas yoga, jnana yoga, and samkhya yoga, all of these are synonyms to each other.

Amazing practicality of shrimadbhagvad Gita

I suppose that spirituo-scientific principles of Gita should be practically applied in our daily lives otherwise there appears no special benefit in merely reading or daily chanting it. If a person understands the secret of Karmayoga practically, then he does not need to read too much.

Kundalini appears sufficient for spiritual liberation

Friends, I had put an important post related to Gita online last week. In it, how the whole mystery of Kundalini Yoga is hidden in the two verses of the Gita, it was told. Today I am sharing the second yoga secret hidden in the Gita in this post.

In the 18th and 19th verses of the fifth chapter of the Gita, the secret of spiritual liberation is hidden

विद्याविनयसंपन्नेब्राह्मणे गवि हस्तिनि।शुनि चैव श्वपाके चपण्डिताः समदर्शिनः॥५-१८॥
Such wise men as a Brahmana with wisdom and humility, see a cow, an elephant, a dog and an outcaste, as the same. ॥18॥
इहैव तैर्जितः सर्गोयेषां साम्ये स्थितं मनः।निर्दोषं हि समं ब्रह्मतस्माद्ब्रह्मणि ते स्थिताः॥५-१९॥
With their mind established in this equality, they have attained liberation on this earth itself . As this Brahman(Self) is faultless and homogeneous, indeed they rest in this Brahman (Self). ॥19॥
It is clear from both the above verses that neither Kundalini awakening nor enlightenment is required for spiritual liberation. Salvation comes only from sameness of mind or advaita. Then why do people leave Advaita and run towards spiritual awakening. This is because after awakening it becomes a little easier to maintain non duality. But this happens only for a short time, about 3-4 years. After that, the man begins to forget his spiritual awakening. If high quality advaita is maintained continuously with various spiritual ways, it is equal to awakening. If Kundalini is kept active with various Kundalini practices, then the advaita bhava remains constant, because where the Kundalini is there, there remains the advaita. At the time of awakening of the Kundalini, the feeling of complete Advaita sentiment and bliss also proves that where there is Kundalini, there is also Advaita or non duality or sameness and bliss. This also proves that the name of Kundalini is not mentioned in the Gita, of course, but the Gita is a pro-Kundalini Shastra.

should one give more importance to Kundalini or Kundalini awakening

Kundalini should be given more importance. Because if Kundalini remains active, there is not much need for Kundalini awakening. Good even if it happens, and good even if it doesn’t. Anyway, when the time comes, the Kundalini awakening happens automatically, if the Kundalini cultivation is maintained continuously. But if a man leaves Kundalini Sadhana and becomes confused, and starts following the bizarre ways for kundalini awakening, then it is very likely that he will neither get Kundalini nor Kundalini awakening. Anyway, even after Kundalini awakening, Kundalini practice has to be continued constantly. Then why not continue it even before the awakening. This shows that the real power is only in the Kundalini activity. Kundalini functionality or activity means full fledged, practical and humanly worldly activities together with Kundalini sentiment. Awakening only instills unwavering faith in Kundalini cultivation, that keeps it maintained. This happens because Kundalini awakening is the scientific proof of the spiritual power of Kundalini. The second drawback of Kundalini awakening is that to get it, it is very important for a man to be healthy and young. This is because a lot of life force or prana is required for Kundalini awakening. This means that older, sick and worldly over indulged people are much less likely to have Kundalini awakening. But they can take advantage of Kundalini practice. Another fact is that Kundalini awakening happens at a time when man neither has the desire to achieve it, nor is he expected to achieve it. Therefore, it is sufficient to maintain Kundalini activity through Kundalini practice. All the above facts and principles have been explained scientifically, practically and experientially in a book called Sharirvigyan darshan in Hindi and a book named Love story of a Yogi in English.

Kundalini Yoga in Shrimad Bhagwat Gita

Sung by Shrikrishna

Friends, a friend started sending me online Geeta on WhatsApp a few days ago. One shloka is sent daily in the morning and one in the evening. I found a lot of material in it which was related to Kundalini and Advaita. There are some points about which there also seems to be confusion in the society. By the way, I have received the rites of Geeta from my childhood. My grandfather’s name used to start with Geeta, and he was very fond of Geeta. I too had read the detailed commentary on the Gita. But there is a lot of difference between reading and heeding.

Description of Tantric Kundalini Yoga in the 29th verse of fourth chapter of Gita

💐भागवत गीता अध्याय-4💐अपाने जुह्वति प्राणं प्राणेऽपानं तथापरे। प्राणापानगती रुद्ध्वा प्राणायामपरायणाः॥४-२९॥

Some offer prana (incoming breath) in apana (outgoing breath) and others apana in prana. Some others who practice Pranayama (restraint of breath) stop the flow of prana and apana – ॥29॥

The first line of this shloka literally means that some yogis perform havan or sacrifice of prana vayu in apana vayu or air, means they burn prana into apana. Prana Vayu prevails above the chest in the body. Apan Vayu pervades the areas of the Swadhisthana Chakra and Muladhara Chakra. When meditation is done together on the agya chakra, the swadisthana chakra and the mooladhara chakra, then the prana and the apana are gathered together on the swadhisthana chakra. This causes the Kundalini to shine on the Swadhisthana Chakra. In yoga, at place of Swadhisthan, Manipur Chakra is also kept. Then prana and apana are burned on the samana air. Even then, it is called a offering of prana in apana, because apana is closer to naval than prana. Samana air prevails in naval area. Many times meditation of the single chakra, sahasrara or ajna chakra is done. Then a slight meditation is turned to the Swadhisthana Chakra or Muladhara Chakra. This brings down the prana from these top two chakras, and it becomes the part of apana. In a way, apana eats prana, just as fire consumes wood or other ingredients of yajna. That is why the offering of prana in apana is written here. Rajyogi type people do this offering more to get well worldly grounding for they have plenty of energy in top chakras due to their thinking nature.

The second line of this verse literally means that some other people perform burning of apana into prana fire. When the Ajna Chakra, the Anahata Chakra and the Mooladhara or Swadhisthana Chakra are meditated together, then the prana (upper air) and the apana (lower air) gather on the Anahata Chakra. Because there is prana on the Anahata Chakra along with the ajna Chakra, that is why it is said that the apana is poured on to prana fire to burn it. In this too many times only two chakras are meditated. At first mooladhara or swadhisthana chakra is meditated upon. Then a slight meditation is diverted towards the Sahasrara or ajna cycle. With this, the apana climbs up from the bottom chakras through backbone channel and joins the prana. It is written as the offering of apana in prana. Keep in mind that it’s Kundalini that’s felt in the form of Prana or Apana. Tantric type well ground people do this type of offering more for they have plenty of energy at bottom chakras. They get mental energy necessary for kundalini activation and awakening with this.

The word by word meaning in the third and fourth line is that people who do pranayama or breathing exercises do this (havan or prana yajna) by stopping the movement of prana and apana, meaning stopping the inbreathing and out breathing respectively. It is most important in yoga. Actually, it’s the real or main Yoga. Prana-apana union is the heart of Yoga. Other activities are only its supportive means. While breathing in, the prana goes up through the spine. Kundalini also accompany it. Expiration or out breathing means that while exhaling, Prana descends through the front channel, which means that it reinforces apana. With this the Kundalini also comes down. Then again it rises up through the rear channel with inbreathing. This cycle goes on. Due to this, Kundalini is not able to remain stable at one place, due to which it is not properly meditated. We cannot stop prana, because it is a subtle energy flowing in the channels. Yes, we can stop pranavayu or breath, to which prana is connected. In this way, breath acts as a handle for prana. When the breath is stabilized by holding the breath, then we can give prana or kundalini a carefully controlled motion. While breathing, we cannot control prana or kundalini much with meditation, because the breath keeps making it dance here and there. Prana and Kundalini climb up through the channel of the back with the breath going in, and with the breath going out, they descend through the front channel. By stopping the breath, both prana and kundalini stop. When the Kundalini stops, the mind also becomes static, because Kundalini is an experimental part of the mind. We cannot control the whole mind together, that’s why an experimental piece or sample piece of it is taken in the form of Kundalini. For this reason, after Kundalini Yoga, one feels joy with stability and peace of mind. Prana is one and same everywhere in body. For the sake of explaining according to the place of activity, it has been divided into different parts, which is prana, apana etc. By holding the breath to interpose Prana and Apana on a Chakra, Imagine on Manipur Chakra, the main meditative focus is kept on the Manipur Chakra and also the Slant or minor Meditative mind is placed on the ajna Chakra and Muladhara chakra. Due to this, the life force or prana between ajna chakra and manipura chakra come down and the apana situated below the manipura chakra come up and both clash with each other on the Manipur Chakra. This exposes the Kundalini there. On each chakra, both of the prana and apana are drawn once by exhaling and holding breath there, and once by inhaling and holding breath there. It should be kept in mind that the breath should not be held for more than one’s easily tolerable point of time. Breaking one’s tolerance limit can cause brain damage.

Keeping hands on the middle chakra helps in focusing. Similarly, while sitting in Siddhasana, one feels a sense of pressure on the base chakra by the heel of one foot, and on the Swadhisthana Chakra with the other foot. This sensation also helps in meditation of the chakra. But remember that full Siddhasana sometimes causes knee pain, especially in the knee of the upper leg whose heels touch the swadisthana chakra. Therefore, Ardha or half Siddhasana should be applied in such condition. In this, only the heel of one leg touches the Muladhara Chakra. The second leg rests comfortably on the ground, not just above the first leg. Long-term neglect of knee pain also increases their chances of worsening.

Formulation of Raja Yoga in the 30th verse of the fourth chapter of the Gita

💐भागवत गीता अध्याय-4💐
अपरे नियताहाराः प्राणान्प्राणेषु जुह्वति। सर्वेऽप्येते यज्ञविदोयज्ञक्षपितकल्मषाः॥४-३०॥
taking regulated food, offer (vital airs) prana in prana. All these seekers are knowers of (Yagya) sacrifice and destroy their sins by performing it. ॥30॥

This shloka literally means that people with regular dieting habits offer or sacrifice pranas in to pranas. All these seekers are going to destroy sins and know yajnas of knowledge. Yogis with regular dieting habits and satvic lifestyle are Rajyogis. These are not having tantric and open lifestyle so these do not take shelter of the Panchamakaras or 5Ms. Therefore, the chakras located in the lower parts of their body are weak, due to lack of prana or apana. They meditate on the Kundalini in the chakras of the upper part of body, starting from the brain up to the heart chakra. They mainly form a triangle of meditation. One point of that triangle is the Sahasrara Chakra, the second point is the front ajna chakra, and the third point is the rear ajna chakra. This involves direct or main meditative focus on one point, especially on the front ajna, and slant or secondary meditation focus on the other two chakras. The points can also be interchanged. Similarly, triangle can also be formed by taking other chakras. The prana from all these three points of triangle gather at that point where main meditative focus is maintained and Kundalini starts glowing there. The point of the top in these triangles is mostly the Sahasrara Chakra. Actually, triangle is made to centralize or concentrate the prana on its lines from nearby areas all-around. One can’t meditate large area together. For further concentration of prana situated on triangle, its three conical points are chosen. Prana on these three points is further concentrated on to single point through keeping main meditative focus on it. In the last, we get highly concentrated prana on that single point along with Kundalini there. Similarly, the same happens with the straight line, imagine a line connecting Muladhara, Manipur and ajna chakra points. The prana of the body around line is centered on the line through little meditation. Then the prana of the line is centered on these three connected chakra points. Then the prana of all the three points is gathered on that chakra point, on which the main meditative focus is kept. Secondary or oblique meditative focus is put on both other points. It’s a wonderful spiritual psychology.

Prana-apana union in Christianity

The living Jesus answered and said : “Blessed is the man who has known these things. He has brought heaven down, he has lifted the earth and has sent it to heaven, and he has become the Midst for it is nothing.” I suppose the heaven is Prana that’s brought down as described above. Similarly, earth is Apana that’s lifted up. Midst is the union of both. Nothing produced there is kundalini produced along with mental stasis that comes accompanied with nonduality. Nonduality with mental stasis is equivalent to nothing. Prana is called heaven because it resides in the upper chakras of the body, and the upper chakras have the same nature as the heavenly realms, and are also depicted so in many places. Likewise, Earth is called Apana because apana pervades the lower chakras of the body, especially the base chakra. These lower chakras are also referred to as substandard or hellish realms. Muladhara is given the metaphor of the earth, because by its meditation man is well connected to the ground or physical dimension, that is, it provides man with a base. That is why its name is made by adding the words root (mool) and base (adhar). The earth also provides the greatest base for living and standing. Source of this codex can be accessed at following link-

The Gaian Mysteries Of Gnosis – The Bruce Codex

Kundalini is like a bird that likes to fly in the empty and open sky

Friends, yoga or spirituality has been shown to be associated with flying. The description of planes appears in many places in the spiritual scriptures. Yogis have been shown flying in the sky at many places. The soul has been given the metaphorical form of bird. Today we will discuss it scientifically.

There is basically no difference between the soul and the sky

Both are three-dimensional. Both are ubiquitous. During the divine experience of self-awareness, man experiences himself as a glaring, blissful, all-pervasive, and conscious sky. Similarly, at the time of encounter of the departed soul, the man feels himself like the sky. However, it has very few qualities of light, consciousness and bliss. Therefore, that form appears like a glowing mascara. Yet that form is ubiquitous.

Man’s mind has always been tempted to fly in the sky

The reason for this is that the soul is sky-like. Everyone wants to befriend someone like him. That is why every man wants to travel in the sky. This is the reason why you get pleasure sitting in an airplane. When I was sitting in the plane, Kundalini became active with pleasure in my mind. Likewise, I went to an empty field to enjoy kite with my family one day. Children were flying kites in the high sky, and I lay on the ground facing sky over a mat, so that I could see the kite continuously without turning my neck. I kept watching the kite without getting tired for about an hour and a half. During that time Kundalini remained active, with quiet thoughts and old memories slowly creeping with bliss in my mind. Many times I felt like sitting on that kite myself and flying in the high sky. For many days, that bliss remained in my mind, and along with it, the zeal also dominated. There was a good mood in work as well. Similarly, Kundalini bliss increases in the mountains as well. This is because the mountains are also three dimensional like the sky, although slightly less than that. Even in the mountains, man can move in every way. He can also move back and forth, and can also climb up and down.

Kundalini bird starts flying in the sky as it becomes available

When with sharirvigyan darshan or other nondual philosophies, the emptiness of the sky begins to settle in the mind, then Kundalini starts to appear like a flying bird in it. Together, there is bliss as like flying in the sky. At that time the soul is like the dark and void sky of the background, and only the Kundalini expresses like a glistening bird in the sunny sky or as a piece of light. Hence the soul that has been considered as a bird in the scriptures, that’s actually Kundalini. Kundalini is the compressed or short form of the soul. As the snake becomes smaller by coiling into a tight spiral, so too the soul. That is why it is called Kundalini that literally means coiled into spiral. When the Kundalini joins the soul fully and becomes universal, then it is called the opening of the coil of the snake and coming to its real and detailed form. In the same way, when one becomes connected to the sky, the nondual emptiness like the sky starts filling the mind. That also creates the same Kundalini effect, which fills the mind with bliss in the same way. That is why, as mentioned above, in the scriptures, yogis are shown flying in the sky, and planes are described in abundance.

Kundalini is the lamp of the deluded soul

The mind becomes void and calm like the sky due to the meditation of non duality, but its bliss and light disappears. This happens because joy and light are with the thoughts of the mind. They disappear with thoughts. To compensate for these, the Kundalini in the form of a lonely picture becomes active in the mind. It acts like a lamp, and fills the thoughtless mind or soul with joyful light. Through the long-term Kundalini yoga practice, there comes a time when the soul produces its own natural light. Then the light of the Kundalini lamp also fades there. But this happens only at the highest and last level of spiritual practice. This is called asamprajnata samadhi.

Kundalini is the physical representative of the soul

The soul is zero like the sky but full of consciousness as opposed to it, although by being in worldliness, it has to bear its ill effects of illusion. This causes its conscious light to disappear. When man tries to return to his primitive soul with advaita spirit, then Kundalini appears there. This is because the neuronal energy in the brain is gathered from the thoughtless state generated by Advaita, which usually produces thoughts. The easy way to get that neuronal energy out is through Kundalini thought or picture. This happens because for that the brain does not have to decide what the Kundalini picture is like, should it be thought about, what will be the consequences of thinking it, etc. This is because of the long association with the Kundalini picture. This relationship can be as natural as love etc., and also artificial in the form of yoga etc. The same Kundalini picture tries to give the soul the natural qualities of its light, consciousness, etc. At that time the soul is in the form of Yin, and Kundalini as Yang. However this seems to us due to worldly illusion. In fact, it’s just opposite, there is Kundalini in the form of Yin and the soul in the form of Yang. The union of these two is Shivvihiva or Shiva marriage. When it is completed, it is called Kundalini awakening or Self Realization. At that time, the consciousness of Kundalini envelops the whole self-sky, and the two seem to be completely mingled with each other. Kundalini is said to be the physical representative of the soul, because it is undoubtedly a limited and solitary image in the limited brain, and is bound by physical constraints, but it has all the conscious qualities of the soul. The same reminds the soul of its true real qualities. But it happens through practice. That is why Kundalini is always remembered through yoga, love, etc.

Kundalini makes Lord Shiva Sattvaguni or light form in his mind, whereas he appears to be Tamoguni or dark form when viewed from outside

Friends, Lord Shiva is heard with saying that he is Tamoguni. Tamoguna means dark qualities. Shiva wanders with the ghosts in the crematorium. On top of his body, he massages the ash of cremation ground. It is also said that Lord Shiva is the ultimate Satoguna form. Satoguna means light qualities. In this way both opposing qualities are shown inside Shiva. Then it is said to justify that Shiva is Tamoguni from outside, but Satoguni from inside. Today we will clarify this through Tantric Kundalini Yoga.

Kundalini is the main source of Sattva component of Shiva

In fact, Shiva is the first Lord of Tantra. We can also call him the first Tantric of creation. If we study the conduct of the tantric yogi carefully, then the doubts arising in relation to Shiva will also disappear. Left Tantric are generally considered to be the real Tantric. They also consume five makaras or 5 Ms. Surely, Shiva is not a Panchmakarik, but Tamoguna stays with him just like with the Panchamakarik tantrik. Tamoguna arises through consumption of these panchamakaras inside the common men of the world. This is because they are unable to handle the energy generated by these and do wrong work in their charge. Those wrongdoings add more to Tamogun. The Panchamakaras themselves create a sharp movements or waves in gunas, which also naturally creates tamoguna in most of the people of the common world, under whose influence, they may take wrong step. But a Tantrayogi calms the stir of gunas with the advaita bhava or nondual sentiment achieved through his Kundalini Yoga. A yogi often seeks the help of an Advaita Shastra to do this. The Advaita scriptures contain philosophical books about the deity, such as Puranas, Stotras, etc. Physiology philosophy or sharirvigyan darshan in Hindi is also an excellent class modern Advaita literature. Yogi keeps advaita scripture overlaid on a state of his present gunas. He keeps on understanding the truth that all his conditions exist everywhere and in everything. This makes the Kundalini shine with peace and joy. This gives him a lot of Kundalini benefit, because Kundalini is living often with Advaita. This causes the Kundalini to shine faster. When Kundalini gets the life force and neuronal power suppressed by tamoguna, she starts to come alive. This occur just like candle or spark shining brilliantly in the dark. That’s why Kundalini yoga is quickly fruiting if practised in cremation ground as by Lord Shiva. Anyway, it is seen that in the plethora of Tamoguna conditions, the movement of thoughts is stopped in the brain. This may be due to any fear, sadness, passing near the accident, stress, depression, intoxication, tamoguni non veg food, work fatigue of mind and body etc. At such times, neuronal energy is being stored in the brain. In this, the thoughts which arise in between, they are very powerful and bright, because they are receiving condensed neuronal energy. Yogis keep converting these thoughts into single Kundalini thought. This keeps all the neuronal energy going to the Kundalini. The same principle works behind the great benefits generated by remembering God or Kundalini in bad times. After this Tamogun phase, thete comes Satogun and Rajoguna phase. It is filled with the light of thoughts. Actually stored neuronal energy is exiting. It is flooded with bright ideas. The common man wastes neuronal energy in them, but the yogi converts those thoughts into Kundalini and gives all the energy to the Kundalini. She travels on all the chakras through Kundalini yoga, and makes each of these healthy and strong. The whole body and mind is filled with joy and light. In this way, the things by which the tamoguna is produced within the common man, they produce the satoguna within the tantrayogi. Due to this very reason, the people of the world see lord Shiva as Tamoguni from outside, but basically he is Satoguni from inside. This also leads to the union of yin and yang, which leads to enlightenment. Yin is tamogun, and yang is satogun.

Kundalini is Goddess Parvati, the soul is God Shiva, and Kundalini awakening is the Shiva marriage

Friends, this well-known theory was confirmed in the previous post that actually Kundalini evolution has been termed as biological evolution. Kundalini takes birth in Muladhara, grows in various places, and finally awakens in Sahasrara. This is called Shiv Vivah. Just as a married couple travels to different places after marriage organized in a high-quality home, similarly the soul-kundalini couple gets married in Sahasrara and travels on different chakras. It is mentioned in the scriptures that the sages travel in different worlds or abodes. Actually those worlds are in the form of different chakras. Today we will discuss it.

Kundalini is Parvati

The ego is the king. His daughter Sati is the Kundalini. Man is successful in worldliness only through ego. A static image is produced with it, which is Kundalini. King Daksha as an ego does not want his daughter Kundalini to run after the ghostly Shiva and harm her worldliness. In the end he loses and Sati meditates in the form of Kundalini yoga to get Shiva. She goes against her father’s will and marries Shiva, meaning Kundalini wakes up. The ego decreases significantly but does not die. He takes Kundalini away from Shiva and she gets caught in his mess. By the time Kundalini realizes this, her age is complete. Angry Shiva cut the head of Daksha and put the head of the goat there means that the ego does not die even with the body, but it becomes weak. In the next life, Sati or kundalini in the form of Parvati is born to the house of the mountain king. She then meditates to attain Shiva. Kundalini resumes her campaign in the next life. In the metaphoric tale it means that the yogi holding that Kundalini goes to Yogasadhana in the Himalayas to fulfill her ultimate goal in her next birth. There, Indra sends Kamdev to break the penance of Shiva for fear of losing his throne. Shiva burns him with his sight. Here Shiva is the sleeping soul of Yogi. Kamadeva is the metaphor of the world’s colors. If the Yogi’s Kundalini is eager to meet his soul, the world’s colors cannot harm the soul, but are itself eroded. Parvati’s parents initially prevent Parvati from marrying Shiva. Actually, mind and intellect are the symbols of Parvati’s parents. Kundalini originates from them only. They expect only the achievements of worldliness from Kundalini, they do not want to allow them to do asceticism etc. for the attainment of God. In order to discourage Parvati, Shiva also meets her in vile disguise and tells the evils of Shiva. In fact, it is the soul of the initial yogi covered with ignorance who continues to create illusions about God. But Parvati continues to meditate. In the end, Shiva is pleased and marries her, meaning Kundalini is awakened. Then Parvati moves to Kailash, meaning Kundalini settles in Sahasrara. His son Karthikeya is born. He is the ruler of the divine army. His son Ganesha is also born, who avoids problems, and defeats obstacles. In fact, all these works belong to the awakened Kundalini. The divine army is the symbol of the senses of the body here.In the mythological story of Shivpuran, Shiva is depicted as a ghost, to whom Parvati is attracted. Her parents stop her. Actually, the soul covered with ignorance is Shiva, who looks like a dark ghost from outside. But in reality, it is a form of light. Ego and intelligence are the parents of Parvati Kundalini. These prevent her from going towards Shiva.

According to Kalidasa’s Kumarasambhava, Parvati wants to bring Shiva from the desolation of the cave into the mainstream of household life. Kundalini also wishes to awaken the soul or shiva steeped in ignorance. It is simultaneously written that the worldly system had come to a standstill due to the consumption of Kamdev. Then Parvati married Shiva and got him to revive Kamadeva. Then the process of creation started again. As long as the intense Kundalini Yogasadhana is running, the yogi keeps a distance from worldliness. After awakening, Kundalini makes his mind go to run again in the world, albeit with knowledge. This has been called the rebirth of kamadeva.According to the Devi Bhagwat Purana, the mountain king Himalaya and his wife Maina delight Bhagwati Adi Parashakti or supreme goddess mother. She becomes her daughter in the form of Parvati. In fact, the soul covered with ignorance or ego is the mountain king Himalaya here, and the intellect is Maina. When the mother nature is pleased with their good worldly deeds and humanity, she settles in their body permanently in the form of Kundalini.

Parvati pacifies Shiva with her romantic dance, when he performs the devastating Tandava dance. Actually, a person filled with ignorance is disturbed and wandered. He does a lot of wrongdoing. It is Kundalini who shows him sunlight and inspires for good works.

According to Shakta tradition, Shiva resides at Parvati’s house. Here Parvati is considered as the main and Shiva as the secondary. Shiva is angry with their some mutual dispute and he starts leaving the house. Then Parvati creates the dashmahavidyas and closes every door to avoid Shiva’s escape, and thus prevents Shiva from leaving. Actually, apart from Sahasrara, there are various chakras, especially Muladhara as Kundalini’s home. She dominates there. The soul is not very comfortable there. For some reason, Kundalini starts to run away or fade away due to some body’s weakness. Then Kundalini takes shelter of the Panchamakaras and the five gruesome expressions emanating from them. By this, she becomes very strong and prevents the soul from leaving. Because where there is Kundalini, there is the soul. The various doors depicted for his escape are the Kundalini Chakras. The number of Kundalini Chakras has also been reported to be ten in many places.According to a myth, Parvati is taking a bath. She keeps his son Ganesha as the watchman at the door. Ganesha does not even allow Shiva to enter. Shiva gets angry and removes his head from the torso. This makes Parvati very angry with Shiva. Then to appease her, Shiva attaches an elephant’s head to Ganesha. Actually, Kundalini wants that she gets the too dominance in the body. Ganesha is the leader of the senses. Actually, it’s intelligence. He prevents the entry of the dual worldliness that can challenge the dominance of Kundalini. He even prevents the Gods from outside to do so. Due to this, outside religious organizations get angry and punish him. But they have to bow down to the power of Kundalini and resurrect him. Although he is greatly attenuated by those organizations. Shakta cult also states that Shiva without Shakti is a corpse. This is true because without the company of Kundalini, the soul is unconscious and full of darkness. It becomes Shiva only when it is married to Kundalini in Sahasrara. It is evident from all the above facts that Kundalini Yoga is at the root of every mythology related to Shiva and Parvati.