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Friends, in the previous post we have seen how the worldly intelligence in the form of Shukracharya wants to deprive the soul as King Bali from awakening. Very beautiful story. One such yoga-mystical story of Vritrasura killing comes in the Puranas. The gods made a thunderbolt from the bones of Dadhichi Rishi to kill the demon Vritrasura. The word Vritra seems to be derived from the word Vritti. It means the thoughts of the mind. There are thoughts in the mind or chitta. Chitta means the collection of thoughts that happened physically earlier, and are now stored in memory. That’s why remembering is also called coming to mind or coming Cheta. Only Kundalini awakening can weaken or paralyze them. It seems that Kundalini awakening can be achieved only when Sushumna located in the spinal cord is activated, otherwise not. Vritrasura died due to thunderbolt, which means Kundalini was awakened only because of the awakening of Sushumna in the spinal cord. It is said that along with the thunderbolt, Vishwakarma also made an arrow. The shape of Vajra has been called Dandavat or cylindrical. The spinal cord is also a bit cylindrical. The name of the arrow is Brahmashir, meaning it goes up to Brahmarandhra, which is at the top of the head that’s the opening of sahasrar chakra. This arrow is the Sushumna Nadi. Vishwakarma had made many other weapons from the bones of Dadhichi Rishi. Meaning that Yogasanas are possible only with the help of bones. Different joints of bones help us to perform different postures. Then energy is transmitted in the body through those asanas, which helps in awakening the power. That Vritrasura used to trouble all the gods. This means that the body’s metabolism gets disturbed due to restlessness of the mind, and various diseases enter it. The body is made of gods only. The literal meaning of Vishwakarma is, the doer of all the work of the world, means the creator of the world. The whole world resides in the body only. It is said in the story that the Vajra and the arrow named Brahmashir were made from the bones of the spine. It is also said that Indra called Surbhi cow and made her lick the bones and then ordered Vishwakarma to make vajra from them. Indra, enhanced by the effulgence of Lord Shiva, picked up that thunderbolt and ran furiously at Vritrasura, as if Rudra was running towards Yama. After this, that Indra, being well prepared, quickly cut off Vritrasura’s head like a mountain peak with that thunderbolt. This is figurative language. With the glory of Shiva, it means with the help of Tantra, because Shiva is the originator of Tantra. This is the description of the energetic state of Kundalini awakening. Because the thoughts of the mind are born in the head, that is why it is said to behead Vritrasura. This story continues in the next post as well.
When all the gods work together, it is said that Indra did that work, because Indra is the king of the gods. Kundalini Yoga is accomplished only by the combined efforts of all the parts of the body, that is, all the deities. That is why it is said that Indra killed Vritrasura. I think khechari mudra is said as licking by surabhi cow, in which the opposite surface of tongue is touched with the soft palate. Because the head is directly connected with the spinal cord, hence it is a part of Vajra. Due to this the energy circulates easily in the channel loop. After that Vajra manufacturing starts, that means energy starts running in the spinal cord.
Vishwakarma made it, means it is made automatically by scientific principle, no man makes it. All you have to do is create favorable conditions for being itself. The world is also created by itself. The name of Vishwakarma has been given to decorate this very being.
Friends, continuing the previous post, that sacrificial ego that’s king Bali let Vamana come under compulsion, and he also gets apprehension that he may not survive after Kundalini awakening. By the way, the glory has been sung in such a way that King Bali was the biggest donor, who donated three steps of land to Vamana despite knowing his future destruction. Every living being is the supreme donor like King Bali. Knowing that his ego will be destroyed by Kundalini Yoga, his boundless material world will be destroyed, still he does Kundalini Sadhana at some point or the other. When a man is engaged in good deeds like King Bali, then sometimes Lord Vishnu comes to him in the form of a meditation picture to do good to him. He can be a friend, lover, guru or deity in any form. Guru is also considered as the form of God. Anyway, for everyone, their lover is God. For example, suppose a woman enters a man’s life. Men have tens of businesses, and hundreds of relationships. Because of them, innumerable images are formed in his mind. So he takes that woman for granted, and thinks that a woman is nothing in front of his vast material world. He allows her to take up space in his mind, that is, he allows the first step associated with it in the form of her Bhava or existence or Sattva Guna, the second step in the form of her motion or Rajo Guna, and the third step in the form of Darkness or Tamo Guna to fall into his mind-like kingdom. But gradually his love for her grows, and with time she occupies more and more space in his mind. In the end, she spreads throughout his empire, and then awakens and destroys man’s ego as king Bali. The same happens in Kundalini Yoga. This means that there is no difference in essence between yoga and love. King Bali was also doing a great Yagya, which means he was doing a good deed. A man knows that he will become a crazy yogi or crazy lover by falling in the circle of meditation, yet he adopts it and moves forward. Through the awakening, kundalini captured the entire heaven with one step, that is, with Sattvagun. Heaven is dominated by goodness. Because all the three gunas become infinite at the time of Kundalini awakening, that is why it has been said that Kundalini or Vamana has completely permeated all the three worlds. The second step means that the Kundalini picture spread in the whole earth with Rajoguna, because the earth is Rajogunapradhan. With the third step in the form of Tamoguna, the ego and its associated thoughts of karma go into the dark subconscious of the Mooladhara. Since tamoguna is created by killing or destroying someone, it is created by destroying the ego and the mental creation it feeds on. The position of Lord Vishnu as the gatekeeper of Patal Lok or pit abode means that Dhyanachitra keeps on purifying those demons i.e. thoughts buried in the subconscious by letting them go up, i.e. to the brain or heaven, so that everyone becomes gods. At the same time, Vishnuswarupa Dhyanchitra is focused on the Swadhishthana and Muladhara chakras by Kundalini Yoga, so that the demonic emotions that are suppressed in them are exposed and become pure when they comes in contact with it, so that they do not bind the yogi, that is, demons are not able to trouble the deities, because all the deities reside in the body itself. Anyway, Swadhishthan Chakra is called emotional baggage. Shukra Acharya, the rakshasguru who became Bali’s priest in the yagya, first explains a lot to Bali that he should not trust Vamana because he will snatch everything from him in three steps. But when Bali does not agree, then Shukracharya enters the hole of the conch shell being used to pour out water as a mark of strong will power to donate, but Vaman enters kusha that’s a special grass stick in it and breaks his eye? One more thing, because the conch shell is also on the back of the living being, and like the spinal cord gives it protection, it becomes even more confirmed that the sushumna nadi itself has been called the conch shell. In addition, the shape of the conch is similar to that of a hooded serpent or dragon, which is equated with the spinal cord and the Sushumna located in it. An experienced patriarch never wants to let his host get lost in the wilderness of spirituality, no matter how beneficial it for the host may be. He knows that if the host comes to know the truth, then it will not be easy to cheat him and extract money from him in the name of Yagya etc. rituals. Although rituals are right at their place and are an important ladder for awakening, but who cares about the ladder when the destination is reached. Shukracharya i.e. priest or Guru by pouring out Shukra i.e. semen to block the energy flow of Sushumna is depicted as entering the conch shell. Vaman’s opening it with the Kusha stick is the raising of the Shakti from the Muladhar with the help of the Kundalini Dhyanachitra. It is the line of sensation extending from Muladhara to Sahasrara which is in the spinal cord. It is a thin light streak felt like a broom stick or the stick of kusha grass. This is Sushumna activation or awakening. If the back, especially the spine, is massaged before sexual intercourse, then this sensation line is felt easily and with pleasure. Then the semen power easily rises up, making the sexual intercourse very blissful and spiritual. The pressure of the sexual organs also ends. Man often does this inspired by the greed for Kundalini bliss, that is why the myth says that Vamana did this. Due to this, Shukracharya’s eye bursting means due to the effect of Kundalini, the dual vision of semen power or Shukracharya is destroyed. Shukra means semen in Sanskrit. When the semen power will not flow towards the world full of duality but will flow towards the soul full of non duality, then it is natural that the duality filled vision of semen power will be destroyed. Bali or ego goes to Patala, means after Kundalini awakening man cannot express ego in the form of luminous world because he has experienced the most luminous Kundalini awakening. Therefore, being detached from the gross world, he becomes unmanifested in the form of his subtle body. Moreover, he finds himself too down in front of awakening. This down feeling is depicted as patal or submerged abode. It is like darkness. This is his hellish abode. However, due to the gradual purification of the subtle body, it continues to be purified. It is said as Lord Vishnu guards it as its gatekeeper.
Friends, in the previous post, there was a little talk about religion. Religion or Dharma in Sanskrit literally means lifestyle. Whose lifestyle is fanatic, he lags behind. Nokia didn’t keep up with the times. At the same time, it was also concluded that many people who are thought to be psychopaths and are suppressed by drugs, exploitation or social ostracism, are actually patients of awakening. I wish psychology could differentiate between the symptoms of Kundalini and the symptoms of psychiatry or foolishness. I think it is difficult for a culture like western civilization to make this difference, but people of eastern culture are comparatively habitual in it as they have experienced it since ancient times. So, You must have seen, how lion had become a Yogi in a recent previous post. By the way, there is also a Yogasan named Singhasan. Anyway, Kundalini Yogi has been given a dragon-like form, whose mouth is also open like a lion. Yoga is a game of breath, and even a lion roars with the power of breath and makes his face menacing. There is a similar mythical story in Hindu Puranas that Lord Vamana had measured the whole earth in three steps. Actually the three steps are the symbols of the three gunas, sattva, rajas and tamas. Ida Nadi is mother Aditi, and Pingala Nadi is mother Diti. Pingala increases worldly discrimination, intelligence and ego, which means it increases demonic dualist gunas, Rajoguna and Tamoguna. But Ida Nadi creates divine feelings of sattvaguna like peace, tensionlessness, non duality and other pure qualities. That is why it is said that Aditi is the mother of all the gods and Diti is the mother of all the demons. These two were the wives of Kashyap Muni. Kashyapa was the son of Brahma. Brahma is the main expressed mind. Because the mind creates the whole world. He sits on a lotus, on a lotus in the form of sahasrar chakra. As the place of the soul is described as Sahasrar, the same has happened to the mind because both are interrelated, one isn’t without the other. Sage Kashyap is the subconscious mind, because it is born from the mind. He lives in hellish Muladhara as opposed to his father brahma who lives in heavenly sahasrara. Ka means water, and Shya is derived from the word Shayan or sleep, meaning one who sleeps in water. Water is in the form of semen and the cerebrospinal fluid flowing in the spinal cord, and the subconscious mind is shown as the sleeping man, because it is in it that all emotions remain suppressed. This subconscious mind resides in deep and dark pit like places like Muladhara and Swadhishthana Chakras. When its expressing feelings get the support of Advaita Bhava i.e. Ida Nadi, then they become his sons as gods, but when they get the support of Dvaita Bhava i.e. Pingala Nadi, then they become his sons as demons. These waking thoughts are the sons of Kashyapa and Aditi or Diti. Ida and Pingala nadis are his two wives in the form of Aditi and Diti respectively, because with their help he awakens in the form of thought-form sons, which means he becomes strong. Ida and Pingala nadis are his two wives, because with their help he becomes expressed, that means he becomes strong. The mental Kundalini image itself is Lord Vamana. It is the best among all thought-form sons, hence it is called the incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Very cool psychology. Brahma is the original mind. In fact, it is He who builds various worldly creations like houses, gardens, roads, bridges etc. He does not give birth straight to thought-form sons. He first creates the subconscious mind-like Kashyapa Muni. Thought-form sons are made from that. You must have also seen that if you do not do any work in the world, then no strong thoughts will be formed directly. By doing work, its memories get absorbed in the subconscious mind, which later keep on emerging in the form of powerful thoughts. The left brain under the jurisdiction of Pingala Nadi is under the authority of the demon king Bali, the Ida-ruled right brain is under the authority of the gods. Raja Bali is ego. The name Bali seems to have been given to him because he sacrifices (means giving bali in sanskrit) living beings, commits violence to maintain the power of his ego. Also, Bali name originates from Sanskrit word Balin that means powerful. Ego is too powerful in fact. Kundalini image is formed by the influence of Ida. Although both Ida and Pingala should be in a balanced form, because the existence of both is dependent on each other, but Ida should be comparatively more effective. Under the influence of Ida Nadi, a person becomes calm, stress-free, with good appetite and good digestion. In this state of peace, the picture of Kundalini resides in the mind, which means Lord Vamana is born from Mother Goddess Aditi. To see, he is a small lonely mental picture, that is why he is called a dwarf or vamana. He asks King Bali for only three steps of land in the universe. How much space will a mental image take up? Like every mental object, that meditation picture is also made of three gunas, sattva, rajas and tamas. These are the three steps. Man as ego promises to give him even that much space, and thinks what harm it will do to him. Ego is very powerful. He does the biggest things in the world. He takes the small Kundalini picture as a joke. The backbone is secretly depicted as the conch shell. It has the same shape as a conch shell, wide at the head and thin at the tail or bottom. The spinal cord or Sushumna Nadi located in it is the drain inside the conch. The word nadi is derived from the word river (Nadi in Hindi). The water flowing in that drain is the sensation of Kundalini Shakti. Energy also flows like water flow. Because Kundalini-meditation or kundalini-thought as Sankalpa that’s sharp thought or resolution is mixed in it, hence it is called Sankalpa-Jal. Meditation itself is called resolution or sankalpa in Sanskrit. During every religious ritual in Hinduism, while pouring water from a conch or argha (a special vessel for worship), a sankalpa is made for a few moments about the reason for the ritual, the process of the ritual, the priest, and its resulting fruit. Deep meditation itself occurs with it for a moment. Due to this, the karma becomes fruitful quickly and more. While sitting in the Yagya, Bali had pledged to give three steps of land to Lord Vaman while pouring water from the conch. It is possible that by pouring water, the Kundalini energy starts flowing, because there is a similarity between the two, which strengthens the meditation. Along with the falling stream of water from the Arghe or conch, the Kundalini Shakti also starts flowing down the front channel, due to which it passes through the back channel and climbs up the back, taking with it the additional and special orgasmic Kundalini Shakti of Muladhara. It also carries along Vamana in the form of the meditation image because vamana is the main purpose, in the Sushumna-conch channel in the form of a thin spinal cord, with the push of the flowing water or Shakti in the form of meditation or Sankalp, and this way vamana keeps on growing through Yogasadhana, and finally awakens and pervades the entire creation. This is to measure the three worlds with three steps. Due to this the ego itself gets buried in the underworld in the form of subconscious. It has been said this way that Vamana placed the third step on the head of Bali. This story continues in the next post as well.
Friends, in the previous post we were talking about the comparative study between Kundalini meditation and psychiatry. In the same episode, it also seems that such and such psychopaths can be treated with love therapy. That’s why it’s often common saying that Love makes one helping de-addiction. Love is a supertonic. Mental illness is not always bad, as is commonly believed, but it can also be a godgift. Probably that is why mental patients are seen from a special divine perspective in Hinduism, they are seen with respect. Here they are rarely sent to a mental hospital, unless there is a serious danger. They are the main source of entertainment, and the main point of attraction in ceremonies etc. Yet for the most part they are treated with respect, and they are not hurt. They are not even considered a big burden on the society. I feel like Muladharvasini Kundalini Shakti enables the brain to withstand the pressure. It probably increases the flexibility of the blood vessels, helping them to increase blood flow without having to bear much pressure. It used to be strange when common people used to sit holding their heads in the name of meditation, but in my mind there was dhyana samadhi all the time due to the power of sexual yoga. I was in full influence of Tantric Sexual Yoga when I had a momentary Kundalini awakening. Otherwise it would not have happened to me. The body knows when to do what with itself. It fully opened the back channel for awakening only when the brain became capable of withstanding maximum pressure by being under the influence of Kundalini Shakti of sexual yoga continuously for two to three months. I unknowingly lowered the Kundalini not because I could not bear its pressure, but because I was afraid that I might fall behind materially. Because I had the same experience in the past. Don’t know what magic this orgasmic power does. It is a blissful power. Sexual yinyang grows out of devotion and surrender to each other. That’s why a lot of emphasis is laid on these two spiritual attributes. What happens is that only with full dedication towards each other, Yin and Yang immerse into each other completely. What can be better than sexual surrender? Yinyang is there in everything, but surrender is only or best between man and woman. The closeness and interconnectedness that is formed between a pair of a loving man and woman, is not so much formed between anyone. That’s why loving relationship and surrendered sex is the best storehouse of yinyang unity. Therefore it is natural that this is also the best basis for physical and spiritual progress. Yinyang is completeness, Kundalini awakening is completeness, Godliness is completeness. The material world also comes under this perfection, it is not different from it.
Friends, in the previous post, how the peacock became a Yogi. Yogi’s back energy channel is male peacock, while the front channel is peahen. In an atmosphere full of depression, the power of Muladhara creates many faulty thoughts in his mind, because the power does not find any other way to be spent. He drinks the same thoughts i.e. tears by touching the inverted tongue to the soft palate inside the mouth as Khechari mudra. The same tears descending through the front channel take the form of Kundalini image on the chakras, especially on the navel chakra, which means the peahen becomes pregnant.
According to a legend in the Puranas, a demon named Hiranyakashipu sought a boon from Brahma that he should not be killed by humans or animals, neither in the day nor in the night, neither inside nor outside the house, nor by astra that’s fired weapons or shastra that’s handheld weapons. Hiranyakashipu considered Lord Vishnu as his worst enemy. But his son Prahlad was a devotee of Vishnu. Hiranyakashipu explained a lot to him but when he did not agree, he made many attempts to kill him. Once he got the iron pole red hot and asked Prahlad to stick to it. When Prahlad saw an ant crawling on it, he hugged the pillar without fear. Only then a strange creature came out of it, whose face was of a lion but it was a man from below. His name was Narasimha. He took him to the door of the house in the evening, took him on his lap and killed him with his nails.
Hiranyakashipu is also a symbol of tantric sin. Tantrik Panchamakar is sinful mostly. The tendency of sinful energy is more towards the material world. That’s why it does not allow man to go towards spirituality. But by Guru’s grace, a man’s trend becomes towards spirituality. It has been said in the story that the teacher of the school turned Prahlad towards spirituality. Then Hiranyakashipu removed that teacher and appointed a new teacher who gives physical education full of deceit. But Prahlad’s nature did not change. The meaning is clear that the blind power tries to take away even from the true Guru, but even if a little contact is established with the true Guru, it does not succeed. As a result, these tantric sins inclined towards spirituality make the Sushumna of man activated. This is the making of red hot iron pole by Hiranyakashipu. The yogi’s joining the meditation picture with it is his embracing it, for man’s own form is also that which he is meditating on every moment. The awakening of Dhyanachitra that’s meditation image means the manifestation of Lord Narasimha, by whom along with all other sins, those tantric sins committed for the success of Kundalini Sadhana are also destroyed. This is the killing of Hiranyakashipu by Nrisimha. The appearance of Narasimha from that burning pillar in the evening means that at that time Sushumna becomes more active than other times and most likely awakens the image of meditation in Sahasrara. Sushumna Nadi is that fiery red iron pillar. Sushumna also resides inside backbone stiff like iron. Because many people consider the picture of Kundalini as scary like a ghost, because it does not have a physical existence, that is why it has been given the form of a fearsome Narasimha. Meditation picture is neither human nor animal. It can be understood in such a way that when half-human forms like Hanuman, Ganesha are meditated upon, then Dhyanachitra is most expressive. He is neither inside nor outside. This means that Dhyanachitra is not a physical object, but only an imaginarypicture. It is formed neither during the day nor at night, but it is formed in the evening while doing Kundalini Yoga. He takes Hiranyakashipu in his lap and punctures his belly with his fingernail, that means by lifting up the subconscious and unconscious mind from Muladhar hidden there as ego, he eliminates them by manifesting them on the chakras, means this is Vipasana Sadhana. In Sahasrar Chakra, it remains fully manifested, and remains asleep in Mooladhara, so it does not come to die in both the places. It remains semi-awake or semi-conscious only in the middle chakras, that’s why it comes to die in the middle. This is also the principle of witnessing in Vipassana practice. This is Chakrabhedan that’s chakra piercing through Shakti. First the dormant thoughts and desires from the surface of the subconscious mind are awakened by life force and expressed on the chakras, then they are penetrated by the flow of life force on the chakras. In fact, those desires and rituals are pierced or destroyed, but chakras are believed to be pierced. Because the navelchakra of the stomach is the most prominent, hence Hiranyakashipu’s stomach has been said to be torn open. Because most yogis strengthen their meditation by placing the tip of the fingernail or atleast finger on the chakra point causing the sharp prickling sensation at the chakra with the fingernail, that is why it is said that Narasimha tore Hiranyakashipu with the fingernail. Neither a human nor an animal can kill the ego. It cannot be killed by any type of weapon. It can be killed neither completely being outside i.e. extroverted, nor completely being inside i.e. introverted, but only by a suitable mixture of both. In this, the killing of Hiranyakshipu in the balanced or middle states tells that Sushumna is active only in the state of Sangam or union i.e. Yinyang. The Kundalini Yogi who feels a slight sensation like crawling in the back i.e. Sushumna, makes him believe about awakening of Kundalini, due to which he engages in yoga practice and activates Sushumna and achieves Kundalini awakening. It is said as Prahlad saw a worm crawling on that burning iron pillar, convinced with that he embraced it, from which Lord Narasimha appeared.
Inhale and exhale alternately through the left and right nostrils, so that the Kundalini energy continues to circulate in the Ida andPingalanadis on both sides, and gradually rises up in the middle Sushumna nadi. Kites also fly like this. When the string is loosened, sometimes it spreads in the sky on the left side due to the slap of the flowing wind, and then when pulled, it climbs straight up. Sometimes due to wind blowing in the opposite direction, it spreads in the sky on the right side, and then when pulled, it rises straight up. By swinging both the sides, it remains straight above the man’s head even after reaching a great height. This straightness is equivalent to Sushumna Nadi. Even at the time of Kundalini Yoga, when there is a lack of prana in the left side of the body, and the body is left loose, the Kundalini starts flowing in the left side of the body i.e. Ida Nadi. Similarly, when there is a lack of prana in the right side of the body, the Kundalini is felt to flow in the right side i.e. Pingala Nadi. It seems as if there is a energizing movement that’s blissful, I do not feel the pulse like a thin wire with any current. It may be impractical book talk or realized in high level practice. I feel a lot of power just from its simple experience. Even in the sky, the wind blows towards that part, in which the pressure of the air decreases, that means the life force decreases, because air is the life force. It is natural from this that Kundalini or mind or kite moves in the same direction with the flow of prana or wind. Then when the wind or Prana increases there, it runs back a little in the opposite direction, along with which the kite or Kundalini also flows, and suppose it comes directly above the head or in Sushumna. Stopping there for a moment, the Vayu or Prana reaches the right sky or Pingala, along with which the kite or Kundalini is also there. From there the journey on the left side starts again. This kind of pendulum-like oscillation of the Kundalini-like mind or kite goes on, and it keeps rising up in the Sushumna or in the sky.
When the kite rises very high, then it is brought down by pulling on the string. Similarly, when the Kundalini rises high enough to cause pressure, fatigue, and headache in the brain, then the exhalation starts moving with jerks. This happens in Kapalbhati Pranayama, where the outgoing breath moves with jerks and pressure, but the incoming breath moves so quietly and slowly that it is not detected. Due to this, there is more awareness on the exhalation. Along with this, the muscles of the body also push down. Due to both these things, the Kundalini energy descends down the front channel, due to which the pressure in the brain decreases and the person gets refreshed and ready for mental work again. Kapalbhati produces miraculous effects. That’s why only this kind of breathing is done during work pressure and lack of time, it gives a lot of benefits. Let us tell one thing here that the mind-kite does not stay down permanently, it then rises up through the back channel. It keeps on rotating up and down. It is like if a kite is given a slight pull or tunka or jerk, it rises higher. Breaths are actually the strings of the mind, as it is often said that the string of breaths of so-and-so has been drawn long means someone survived, or the string of breaths broken means someone has died. In Shrimad Bhagwat Gita, when Arjuna says to Shri Krishna that Lord, it is very difficult to control the mind, even more difficult than controlling the wind, then Lord Krishna says that O Kaunteya, the mind is controlled by practice, Especially through the practice of Pranayama.
While taking a bath with cold water, the breath starts moving out rapidly and with jerks. Most of the time the mouth is also completely open, through which the breath comes out like a bellows. Due to this the pressure of the brain comes down, which prevents headache. Probably the risk of brain hemorrhage also decreases. This increases the ability to withstand cold water and it starts to feel pleasant. Similarly, almost the same thing happens with Vajrasana after eating food. With this, the power of the brain descends to the digestive organs, due to which digestion is cured. This style of breath is Kapalbhati only.
Friends, in the previous post I was telling through a thought-experiment how gravity will swallow all things at the end of creation. Some Scientists are also making a similar guess, which has been named Big Crunch.
Along with this, there was also talk about the wave nature of the fundamental particles. In the case of physical waves like wind, water etc. it is seen that crest and trough cannot form simultaneously. When water rises above the surface to form a crest, it cannot sink below the surface as a trough at the same location at the same time. But this can happen in the case of a sky wave, because it is virtual, and does not require any physical object or medium. That’s why the three dimensional fundamental wave looks and behaves like a fundamental particle, as illustrated in the previous post. The wave in the form of particles keeps moving forward making such three dimensional crest and trough, because prakriti and Purusha are present everywhere, and the race from prakriti to Purusha goes on everywhere. That is why fundamental particles appear together in many places. The next trough is formed from the previous crest, and the next crest from the previous trough, because nature loves symmetry. In this way, in the form of countless waves, countless subtle loops are formed in space. Means the whole sky seems to be divided into loops. Quantum loop theory also says that space is not flat but divided into the smallest pieces. There cannot be smaller pieces than that. But if it is seen from the principle, then everything will definitely become the smallest after breaking. It is nothing but the empty sky without attributes. What has been called the quantum loop of space is not actually the natural form of void space, but a virtual fundamental particle in space. This gives the answer to all these things that why wave behaves like a particle, how standing wave and propagating wave are formed etc. Any wave is actually a form of meditation. Ida, Pingala and Sushumna nadis move in wave form only. Actually nothing moves in a wave, the thing making the wave just comes back to its original place by vibrating back and forth or up and down. Only the wave moves forward. Anyway there is nothing in the space like zero to appear. So the only option left is wave. Even there is nothing to tremble at its place to make a space wave. That’s why vibrations are shown only in falsehood. Don’t know how. Light, which is considered to be God or devata, moves only in the form of waves. So is Agni.
The movement of the nadi is also in the form of a wave
Sensation in the nadi moves forward in the form of waves. The sodium-potassium pump works in this. Sodium and potassium ions keep coming in and out of the nerve fibre wall at their own place, and the wave of sensation continues to move forward.
wave carries information
If a pebble is thrown somewhere in the pond, a wave is created on its water and spreads everywhere. Due to this, aquatic animals become alert from the possible danger. By walking on the ground, a wave is created on it, by which animals like snakes become alert or run away. Everyone knows about the transmission of information in the form of sound waves through the air. From Mooladhara, the wave of sensation goes to Sahasrara, due to which Sahasrara becomes alert i.e. active. The alert is from the enemy as passing time, which always stands in front of the man in the form of inevitable death early or late. Hence Sahasrara strives for awakening or spiritual lifestyle in the form of worldly experiences with Advaita. Actually worldly goals too are achieved with the healthy Sahasrar because it’s the site of feeling.
The soul feels the virtual world inside itself with the help of electromagnetic waves
The movement of charged particles in the nadi creates an electromagnetic wave in the surrounding sky. That wave is felt virtually dividing the self-sky of Sahasrar in to varying patterns according to the em waves being made through varying physical experiences brought about by senses. That is why it is said that the place of the soul is Sahasrar. It is surprising that innumerable virtual artifacts are created in the sky by electromagnetic waves at innumerable places, but they are felt by the soul only in the Sahasrara of the brain of the living being. If we get the correct information about its structure and its functioning, then it is possible that science will also be able to create an artificial organism and artificial brain.
both inside and outside the mind are relative and illusory
The existence of anything or the world outside the mind cannot be proved
Friends, in the previous post I was telling how the mental world is not real, but a virtual wave inside the soul. Similarly, the physical world does also not exist, it is also created by the mind. This is not today’s invention, as is being shown in many places. This was experienced by sages and many other awakened persons thousands of years ago, which they left by writing in spiritual scriptures for the benefit of future generations like us. Especially in the book Yogavasishtha there is a very beautiful and scientific description of these facts. Once upon a time there was so much attraction for it that to read it peacefully or after reading it many people used to leave their homes and go to secluded ashrams to gain knowledge. It places the reader in a quantum or otherworldly dimension. It’s too repetitive, so repeating the same thing over and over again in different catchy ways makes it like mindwashing. The staunch materialists may say that this is true about the mental subtle world inside the soul-space as experienced through awakening, but how to accept it about the gross physical world outside. But they forget at the same moment that there is no existence of such a thing as the physical world apart from the mind, because man cannot know anything apart from the mind. One can only imagine that world, but that imagination is also subtle and inside the mind. Then some logical and curious people can imagine that why the conscious sky should be considered as the root, why not the inert sky, because sorrow, absence etc. are pieces of the inert sky.
The unconscious space is also virtual and false inside the conscious space that’s true soul like the expressed world
Awakened people answer this in such a way that like Chidakash-wave, the unconscious sky also does not exist. It is illusoryly felt as one’s own soul. That illusion increases with attachment to the world, and decreases with non-attachment. Just as the expressed world is virtual in the conscious sky, so is the unconscious sky that’s the unexpressed world. That is why Sankhya philosophy considers the unconscious sky as eternal as the conscious sky. However, the highest school of thought Vedanta philosophy clarifies that the unconscious space is virtual and not real in the conscious soul-space.
Perfection is felt only through the experience of the conscious sky as presence-form, not through the experience of the unconscious sky as lack or absence-form
If you think deeply, it is also empirically proven. One does not feel through the experience of the unconscious soul that he has realized everything or is complete, and that he has nothing left to know, do and experience. But this all is felt through the experience of the conscious soul. The meaning becomes clear from this that in reality the consciousness-space is true and infinite, the physical world that comes in common experience is like a minor and illusion, that is, like a virtual wave in it.
Creation is indescribable and experienceable like Brahman
The world is imaginary, means the physical world is imaginary, because we do not have access to it. The mental microcosm is not imaginary because it is experienced. Although the subtle is also relative to the gross. When there is not gross and outside anywhere existent then how can anything be subtle and inside. Means that all opposite and dualistic feelings like gross-subtle etc. are imaginary. That’s why the world is just a form of experience, it is indescribable. This is called jaggery of the dumb. Everyone is situated in Brahman, only there is a difference of level. The awakened individual at a higher level, others at variety of lower levels. No one is perfect.
a philosophical thought experiment
Science, which considers itself to be staunchly experimental, real and objective, is also nowadays presenting many philosophical thought experiments, which cannot be proved by physical experiments at all. Then why should we hesitate to do thought experiments, because the field of Kundalini is more philosophical and experiential than physical science. It is a thought-experiment to consider the subtlest element of the universe as the practice of Kundalini Yoga. By the way, this thing is proof-proven from the scriptures. The Vedas and scriptures are also considered to be direct evidence like physical evidence, in many cases more so than physical evidence, such as in the case of God and awakening.
The Ida and Pingala nadis are the crest and trough of the subtlest wave
The standing wave in the form of Moolakan that’s fundamental particle can be that when the pair of Swadhishthan Chakra and Ajna Chakra or the pair of Mooladhara and Sahasrara points are pressed together or meditated together with the finger and the wave of energy runs between them sometimes through Ida, sometimes through Pingala, and in between both through Sushumna at intervals. Muladhara is Yin or Patala abode or Prakriti, and Ajna or Sahasrara is Yang or Heaven or Purusha. The middle Sushumna Nadi is the original particle or the real form of the world, because it is from it that the Kundalini i.e. mind i.e. the world emerges.
The temporary fundamental particle is in the form of partial yoga practice while the permanent particle is in the form of complete yoga
Just as there is a constant flow of energy between Mooladhara and Sahasrara in man, in the same way between Prakriti and Purusha in Mulakana. That’s why the wave keeps on moving, it never stops. It is like a stable or real particle. The virtual particle is like the initial yoga practice by a learner, in which the flow of energy in Ida and Pingala is temporary or intermittent, and less effective. That’s why these temporary particles keep appearing for a short time, and keep getting absorbed in the sky.
The particle is in the form of a wave traveling from Muladhara to Sahasrara, while the antiparticle is in the form of a wave returning from Sahasrara to Muladhara
At the end of the universe, antiparticles of all the particles will be expressed, which will destroy each other and bring holocaust
Muladhara is the symbol of nature that’s prakriti here, and Sahasrara of Purusha. The above temporary virtual particles as two opposite particles of plus and minus form keep on being born. This means that sooner or later the permanent particle-wave will also end, of course at the end of the universe. Then the wave in the form of opposite particles will move in the opposite direction from Sahasrara to Mooladhara i.e. Purush towards Prakriti. In this case, just opposite to each plus particle, negative particles will be formed. Due to this, the particle and the antiparticle will swallow each other by joining each other, and the creation will come to an end. This is called holocaust. Then there will be no wave for a long time. This is called God Narayan going into Yognidra. Means he is in sleep, but he is situated in his fully awakened form at the same time. Science says that as soon as a particle is formed, an antiparticle is also formed, but it disappears somewhere. It is possible that at the end of the universe those antiparticles appear again.
At this moment the antiparticles are in the form of gravity
I am saying this because many scientific type people are also saying the same. Gravity is like a hole in space. Half of the wave is also like a pit. Both cannot meet due to some force. That’s why gravity pulls the particle towards itself into a virtual pit inside the sky, but it cannot completely merge with it. When only the top half of a wave is visible, it looks like a particle. When the crater of gravity is also seen with it, then that particle comes in wave form. This means that at the time of doomsday, gravity will swallow up the entire universe.
quantum gravity exists
It is clear from the above analysis that even elementary particles like electrons, quarks etc. have gravity. It is in the form of an antiparticle like a microscopic virtual pit in the space created by the particle. Science is not able to find it, but it is also not able to deny the existence of quantum gravity.
The first node of the original wave is Prakriti, and the second node is Purusha
These pictorial points are the two nodes of the most basic standing wave. The blue dot on one corner is the negative or north pole node and the red dot on the other corner is the positive or south pole node. The wave swinging between these is the desire or thought to create the universe. The assumed central line is the Sushumna in the form of meditation, which is the firm determination to create the universe. Assumed central line means particle nature is assumed, real nature is wave. That’s why it is said that Brahma created the universe with penance in the form of meditation. Means Prakriti is one node and Purusha is the other node. Anyway, the origin of the universe is believed to be due to the combination of Prakriti and Purush. Prakriti is the dark sky, and Purusha is the self-illuminated sky. Both are eternal. Prakriti is the negative node, and Purusha is the positive node. The stable wave formed between these two is the smallest fundamental particle. Such particles keep popping out in the sky and merge in it. When they get stability from something, they join together to form countless particles. This leads to the expansion of the universe. This means that every particle of the universe is doing yoga. The whole universe is yogic.
Fundamental quantum particle is a Kundalini Yogi doing Kundalini meditation
Planck length is the minimum distance between node and anti node of the smallest wave
Scientists haven’t found any particle smaller than a quark. It may also be possible that there are waves smaller than quarks as assumed in string theory, but they can show themselves as particles only after rising to the level of quarks. Waves are detected only at the particle level. Maybe the shortest wavelength is exactly equal to the Planck length, which is the smallest length possible. One node of that Planck wave is nature, and the other is Purusha. Well, Prakriti and Purusha are one and the same, there is only virtual difference. In this way the Planck length is also not real but virtual. Waves in the sky can also be virtual, not real. From Prakriti means Muladhar, a wave of shakti rises towards Purush means Sahasrar, means God Brahma meditates for yogic penance. That wave swings alternately to the left and right in the form of Ida and Pingala, meaning Brahma tries to immerse himself in meditation. When the meditation is a little stable, the wave of energy starts flowing in the virtual type Sushumna channel in the middle. This makes the Kundalini picture stable in the mind, which means the first and smallest particle is formed. Then the world goes on increasing further and further. Even today, the whole creation is running towards the open and empty space outside, which means that the same basic habit is intact that there is racing of the nature that’s prakriti towards the Purusha. Every object and creature of the universe has only one basic habit, running from unconsciousness to consciousness.
Friends, in the previous post I was sharing some spiritual secrets related to nose and Ida-pingala. I remembered a mythological story related to this, so thought that in this post, let’s try to make its yoga-based revelation. It is said that in the olden days, the demon Hiranyaksha stole the earth and hid it deep inside the ocean. Distressed by this, all the gods took Brahma along with them to Lord Vishnu and obtained a promise of help from him. Only then a small pig came out of Brahma’s nose. Actually Lord Vishnu had taken the form of that boar. As soon as he saw it, it grew up and entered the sea. There he saw the demon Hiranyaksha hiding in the depths and started fighting with him. In no time, he killed Hiranyaksha and by extending both his long and sharp edged molars one at each corner of mouth forward he picked up the earth along with the Vedas and balanced the round earth on them. Then he came over the ocean and he set the earth in place. Even then Lord Varah was not getting calm. Lord Shiva pacified him by taking an avatar.
Yoga based mystical analysis of Varaha Avatar story
By meditating on the nostrils and especially on the breath coming in and out of the nostrils, the rising energy shifts to the central line that’s in the way of the Sushumna Nadi. It is said that the boar came out through the exhaled breath going out of the nasika. By paying attention to the outgoing breath, the energy descends through the front channel, and penetrates all the chakras and reaches the Muladhara. This is Varaha’s going under the sea to reach Patal Lok. Even if Muladhara is considered as an ocean instead of Patal Lok, then the lowest rung of the ocean of the world is Muladhar, because the whole world is settled in different chakras. Probably it has been called sea because the reservoir of water in the form of semen comes under Muladhar area only, where shakti is hidden as subconscious mind. Hiranyaksha means ignorance in the form of duality. Hiranya means gold, Aksha means eye. The one who has respect for gold i.e. prosperity in his eyes, and behind it who is blinded by duality, he is Hiranyaksha. Due to this, Kundalini Shakti hides in the darkness of Mooladhara, that is, it sleeps. Means the shakti of the thoughts of the mind becomes unmanifested in the form of subconscious thoughts and gets buried in the base chakra. It’s the kundalini sleeping there. Along with that mental world, the Vedas also get buried in the Muladhar, because pure and sattvaguni or light-full conducts and thoughts are in the form of Vedas. After reaching Muladhar, shakti starts turning upwards passing through the back. Shakti prefers Ida and Pingala to rise, mostly try to rise through Ida Nadi, as there is less blockage in it. Sometimes the energy starts swinging alternately in Ida and Pingala for a few moments in each. In such a situation, by keeping attention on the Ajna Chakra also, the energy stays in the Sushumna too for a few moments in between. Ida and Pingala are shown metaphorically as the two sharp teeth on both sides of Varaha’s mouth. The Sushumna Nadi or Ajna Chakra is the round earth balanced on top of those two teeth. The chakra is also round like earth. Sushumna has been called earth because all the experiences of the world take place in the brain, nowhere outside, and energy is transmitted to the brain only through the Sushumna nadi. Varah is the Kundalini-Purush i.e. meditation image. This is the meditation of Lord Vishnu. Like Vishnu, he is also shown in quadrilateral form with conch, chakra, mace, padma, one thing in each hand. That is why it is said that Lord Vishnu incarnated in the form of a boar. The boar has been chosen for the metaphor because it is the boar that digs the ground in search of its shakti hidden in the form of food in the depths. That is why the earth is dear to the boar. That’s why he even enters the sea to bring it up. In order to get the sleeping or suppressed earth or shakti in the form of mind, he gropes and digs the muladhara and carries up it with the teeth in the form of Ida and Pingala channels. Then by balancing it in the form of Sushumna, it brings it out of the water that’s nadi or channel as it also flows like water, and restores it to its original place. Its real place is the Sahasrara of the brain, because that is the center of all experiences. Sushumna Nadi also goes directly from Muladhar to Sahasrar straight up. With this, the thoughts buried in the subconscious mind start coming back to experience, and starts merging into the blissful emptiness of the Self. Means cleansing happens. Means sleeping shakti in the form of subconscious thoughts starts waking up. This is Vipassana. Vipassana can be done in any part of the brain, except the Sahasrara, as it requires less energy. In Sahasrar, only the Kundalini picture is meditated upon, which is in the form of an idol or a Guru or a transcendental body etc. This picture feels almost like a real physical form with practice, that is why it takes much more energy than Vipassana. Although it happens in Sahasrara only, but due to less energy, it appears outside. The less energy a thought has, the further away it seems from the Sahasrara. By the way, the place of the soul has been described as Sahasrar. If someone starts awakening the image of a common man in Sahasrar, then he will reach him or her automatically while walking in his sleep at night. Then how will meditation happen? Then all the gods and sages are happy and praise Lord Varah with folded hands. Anyway, the purpose of all these is to remove the living beings from the beginning less suffering in the form of birth and death, which is only possible in the Sahasrar Chakra in the form of awakening, that is why they are happy. To pacify or kill the boar by Shivji means that Yogi left the fascination of Kundalini and became a non-dual Tantrik like Shiva. Anyway, the principle is that after the awakening of the Kundalini, the non-dual tantra is the supreme understanding, which Osho Maharaj also explains to the world in the form of one of his books, “tantra- a supreme understanding “..
Ashwamedha Yajna appears to be a form of Sakshipan Sadhana or Vipassana written in an allegorical style
Friends, there is a famous story of the descent of Ganga in Hindu philosophy. What happened that King Sagar had sixty thousand sons. Once they started performing Ashwamedha Yagya. At the end of the Yagya, the Yagya horse was released. Devraj was afraid that if that hundredth Ashvamedha Yajna of King Sagar was successful, then Sagar would get his post of Indra. That’s why he stole the horse and tied it outside Kapil Muni’s hermitage in Patal Lok. The sons of Sagar guessed that Kapil Muni had stolen the horse. That’s why they started abusing him. Due to this, when Kapil Muni opened his eyes, they themselves were burnt to ashes by the fire emanating from him. Then being saddened by this, King Sagar started apologizing to Kapil Muni and started asking the solution for the salvation of his sons. Then he spoke of their salvation from the river Ganges. Then no one could do such a big task. Born many generations after Sagar, Bhagirath asked Brahma as a boon to get heavenly Mother Ganga on earth and prayed to Shiva to bear her in his hair. His wish was fulfilled and the river Ganga passed over the ashes of the sons of Sagar and saved them.
Kundalini Science based analysis of the story of the birth of river Ganges
King Sagar is the symbol of the world-ocean. Means a man addicted to the world. Sixty thousand sons are symbols of thousands of desires and feelings. Ashwamedha Yagya means suppression of the senses. Medha means sacrifice or slaughter. Horse sacrifice means sacrifice of senses. If the horse in the form of external senses is sacrificed in the sacrificial fire in the form of subconscious mind and the fire is kindled in the form of uncovering the suppressed thoughts, then it is natural that one will get salvation in the form of heaven. The deities are pleased by that sacrifice because the whole body is made by the deities and they control it, such as the sun god control the eyes, Indra control the arms, etc. This fulfills the purpose of the God-directed deities, because the main reason behind the evolution of life seems to be to liberate the living being from the sufferings of repeated births and deaths etc. By fulfilling this purpose, the deities get power. That is why it has been said that the deities are pleased with Yagya and in turn they increase the wealth of devotees by providing rain etc. at the right time. The direct benefit is that there is no mutual estrangement between people and there is love and cooperation with each other, which leads to positive development. Performing such a yagya once does not work. Yagya has to be performed continuously throughout the life. This subconscious mind is like a very deep and attractive well, from out of which the garbage of thoughts keeps falling back again, though it remains then superficial, and is permanently flushed out by repeated effort. Maybe once a year, like some annual festival, there is a need to take out the garbage of thoughts in detail. It is called Ashwamedha Yagya. That’s why hundred yagyas were performed in the entire age of one hundred years of a man. Due to the absence of the hundredth Yagya, the garbage of thoughts and feelings born in the last year of life remains buried in the subconscious mind, which does not allow a man to be free. Our grandmother used to tell us a fable. There was a rope leading to heaven. Walking carefully on it, people used to go to heaven. Once an old woman was watching a yogi walking on it. He called out to Yogi to take her along too. Yogi felt pity on her and holding her hand started walking her on the rope. But Yogi put a condition that she would not look back and see her brothers and sisters crying in sorrow of being departed from her. If she looked back, she would lose her balance and fall back to the ground. The old woman accepted his condition. But on the way she could not help it, and as soon as she looked down, she fell down, but the Yogi passed on without looking at her. Such fables have very deep and epistemological meanings.
The purification of the mind is ultimately achieved through Vipassana, which is a peaceful form of meditation
By the way, liberation is not achieved through Kundalini awakening, self-knowledge etc. They only help in cleaning the accumulated garbage of thoughts or deeds, if someone wants to do it. If someone does not want to do this cleansing then it is a different matter. That’s why nowadays brain-shaking experiences like Kundalini awakening are not much prevalent and important, if I tell the truth. Anyway, in today’s busy, technological and study-filled era, there is already a lot of pressure on the mind. How much more pressure will he bear in the name of awareness. It is very difficult for most of the people to get solitude and peace. Excessive brain pressure can lead to incurable brain diseases like Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s. But these are not mine but the views of some other yogis. In fact, this does not happen if kundalini meditation or Kundalini awakening is done properly by staying within the limits of one’s tolerance. There is always benefit from kundalini meditation. I am writing this paragraph to test the views of some other people. In true sense, nowadays, it is the era of quiet Vipassana, that is, the practice of witnessing. By the way, Vipassana is also a meditation, calm, simple, natural and slow meditation. If the buffalo itself is going on the right path, then why should it be beaten with a stick, brother. If you want to clean only the garbage, then go straight and do it, why run through the crooked way. Even if the garbage of thoughts located outside is seen sometimes, it is still pure because it does not create attachment or craving. It can also be said that Vipassana makes a person calm, relaxed and light, due to which his mind itself does Kundalini meditation. That and Kundalini awakening further helps Vipassana, in turn Vipassana strengthens Kundalini meditation. In this way Vipassana and Kundalini meditation practice enhance each other.
Dhyana Yoga or Dhyana Yagya is the real Yagya, and animal sacrifice is the suppression of the senses
The senses are given the analogy of a horse or an animal in the scriptures. Pashupati means the owner of the animals as senses is a name of Lord Shiva. As the animal is inclined towards the outer world rather than towards the inner soul, so are the outer senses. The life span of a man is hundred years. After that death means attainment of heaven. Heaven cannot be attained while alive. Salvation is heaven even for Devraj Indra. That’s why Indra considers the attainment of this supreme heaven as an insult to him as for him how one can rise above him and the three worlds controlled by him. Although Indra along with the gods also gets strength from the liberation of man, but the ego when settles in the mind, it does not allow one to see his good and bad. Tying the hundredth horse to the underworld means that Indra established the power means shakti of the senses in the dark region of Muladhara. The body is governed by Indra. The extra energy of the body naturally goes to Muladhara itself, that is why its name has been associated with Indra. Everyone knows that it goes to the navel chakra, that’s why when there is no work and stress, there is a lot of hunger and the food is also digested well. It increases more shakti in the body. From there it descends to the Swadhishthana Chakra because such is the direction of movement of Shakti. There, if sex-related work is taken from it, then it climbs up again through the back and spreads with pleasure in the whole body or goes out and gets wasted. If even that work is not done, then it descends to the Muladhar and remains lying there. If ever a lot of work is done which gives fatigue and tension, then it reaches the concerned tired part through the back and repairs it, otherwise it remains asleep there. It must have been said that Shakti is sleeping in Muladhara because when we chant sleep-sleep continuously in the mind, then Shakti is felt going down passing through the front chakras and does not climb back up. If it goes up, it comes down immediately. If there is a hindrance in the energy coming down, then it comes from the brain to the throat. It is accompanied by a sudden sense of calmness and relief, and a sudden drop in cerebral pressure and blood pressure. Shakti works in every chakra, but not usually in Mooladhara, because that is the bedroom of Shakti. There the shakti has to be awakened. Different organs are associated with each chakra. Though anus is connected with Mooladhara as well, but it is also connected with Swadhishthana. I think that Swadhishthan Chakra also does all the work of Mooladhar. The place of awakening of shakti is the brain, so it is natural that the farther the organ or tissue is from the brain, the more it is asleep there. In the scriptures, the Nabhi or naval Chakra is also called the Yagya Kund where the oblation in the form of food keeps on burning. This does not mean that there is no need for external or physical gross sacrifice. Actually the outer Yagya also inspires the inner Kundalini Yagya. I feel the activity of Kundalini while performing physical Havan Yagya in ceremonies etc. Yes, this much can definitely be done so that there is no unnecessary misuse of physical resources in the name of physical sacrificial yagya.
Energy rises from below, but because of the residence of the subconscious mind at Muladhara and Swadhishthan, it has been shown going down from Sahasrar
Kapil Muni’s ashram in Muladhar means there is the holy presiding deity of Muladhar Chakra. To call it a bad word means to consider Muladhar impure. Sending sixty thousand sons by Sagar in search of horse means by man to get his lost shakti i.e. sensory power i.e. Kundalini shakti, leaving thousands of desires and feelings open means trying to sting everywhere in the world. The scriptures say that just as one who wanders in the forest quickly finds a gem, similarly one who wanders in the world quickly finds the subconscious mooladhar and the shakti sleeping in it. This is a great teaching, according to which, after getting tired of wandering in the world, man gets bored with the external senses and starts drowning in the subconscious mind. But this happens only if a person is living in the world with non-duality and non-attachment, otherwise the people of the world do not leave him behind even in the subconscious mind and drag him out of there also and do not allow him to meditate. It is clear from this that for the spiritual progress of the common man, it is very important to maintain a sense of non duality and non-attachment. Just as in this story, underworld or patal abode is below the sea and the path goes there only through the sea, in the same way Muladhar Chakra is also below all the worldly (the world is also called sea in the scriptures) chakras, and like Patal, it’s dormant world, that’s why it is called subconscious. To see Muni Kapil there means to see the originator of Sankhya Yoga and Jainism in the form of meditation. Jain monks also live in Digambar ie naked state. Accusing Muni of theft by abusing him means that they should know that this meditation picture has pulled Shakti down and imprisoned it. By insulting something, a man cannot take full advantage of it. If you keep peeing on Muladhar, then how will you wake it up by meditating on the Kundalini image on it. If you accuse the meditation image that it has taken away all your add shakti, then how will you give it more shakti? Excess or unused shakti will go into it unknowingly and will remain dormant there. That power or shakti there will be able to uncover the subconscious mind only if you give it a chance to do so and cooperate with it. That’s why you must have seen that sexy type of people are very deep looking and thinking. This is because they do not have much garbage in their mind. They constantly cleanse the filth of the mind with their sexual energy located at Muladhara, and on the other hand those who pretend to be clean and keep distance from sexuality are filled with the garbage of the subconscious mind inside. Sexy men are candid and have a sharp mind. Their attention is more concentrated in the Muladhar area than in other areas of the body. Although the face and the base are connected. The burning of those sixty thousand sons by the fire of anger in the form of sage’s vision means that all the thoughts and feelings of the mind fall asleep with shakti in the base. Means the Kundalini Shakti went into a dormant state along with the subconscious mind. After many generations in the Sagar dynasty, there was a great man named Bhagirath who was able to bring Ganga, who freed all the sons of Sagar alive, that means the person was able after many births to awaken the Sushumna and achieve the Kundalini awakening, through which the subconscious Thoughts and feelings suppressed in the mind (Patal Lok equivalent) continued to manifest with Ananda, Advaita and Bliss and merged into Brahman. Bhagirath did Kundalini Yoga which means severe penance. Brahma was pleased and gave the boon, which means Kundalini became active in Sahasrar. Sahasrar Chakra is also like a lotus and Brahma also sits on a lotus. Shiva living on Kailash holds the Ganga in his hair, which means the line of consciousness flowing in the Sushumna nadi gets absorbed in the Sahasrar. Sahasrara Chakra is inside the head full of hair just like Shiva. In many places Sahasrar is given the likeness of Mount Kailash. That Ganga came from heaven i.e. energy flowing in Sushumna and Sahasrar Chakra connects with divinity i.e. divine world which is called unique and unparalleled experience during Kundalini awakening. In fact, the seat of the subconscious mind is also the brain, but because it is awakened by the Sushumna-Shakti coming up from the Mooladhara, it is said to have been dormant with the Shakti in the Mooladhara Chakra. Similarly, if you start uncovering the subconscious mind with meditation, then Muladhara and Sushumna start functioning. Meaning these three are connected to each other. That’s why it is said in this mythological story that Ganga means glistening line of Sushumna Shakti came to Kailash means brain from heaven means all-pervasive and all-blissful experience of awakening, from there to Himalayas means spinal chord in backbone, then descending to ocean means world or different chakras, then to underworld or patal means reaching ultimately to mooladhar chakra. Actually the opposite happens, that means the shakti rises from the bottom up. Then it is said that Bhagirath kept walking along the Ganges, and wherever its path was blocked, he was removing that obstruction. It is like a man meditating on the chakras turn by turn to remove blockages of energy or shakti . Chakra-blocks are those blockages. People like Zakir Naik, the so-called international fugitive Islamic scholar and surrounded by allegations of terrorism, must follow this blog, because he tries to defame Hindu scriptures by exposing the mythical side of them, but is unaware of their scientific side.