Kundalini is Rati and the pacification of lust by Kundalini is the marriage of Rati-Kamdeva


Friends, I have a habit of reading mystical literature every day. This keeps my right brain active, because it is difficult to apply logic to mystical stories. Our right brain is also like a mad or illogical man with a sluggish nature. The stories of Hindu Puranas are also like a puzzle. If they are understood, then the left brain becomes active, and if not, the right brain becomes active. Meaning that they always benefit in every situation. I have been able to identify the secret of one such plot this week. I read only one page of Shivpuran every day, in original Sanskrit and in Hindi. The fun of the original Sanskrit is something else. This week I have come across an important Tantric secret. I am sharing it here.

Lord Brahma curses Kamadeva and gives birth to Rati and them marries her to Kamadeva

When Brahma created Cupid or Kamadeva then he became proud of himself. He started testing his power on Brahma. Due to this, Brahma became enamored, praising the makeup of his own daughter and became attached to her. Actually this beautiful creation created by Brahma is his daughter. Cupid is also a symbol of indulgence here. Then Shiva stopped him. When Brahma came to know about Kamadeva’s actions, he cursed him saying that if he had to test his power, then why did he do it in front of his daughter. That curse was for Kamadeva to be burned to ashes by Shiva. Shiva is the god of tantra, lustful kamadeva is already ash in front of him. Then Brahma produced his another daughter named Rati from the sweat of his body. She was the most beautiful in the universe. Brahma married her to Kamadeva. Seeing her beauty, Kamadeva forgot his Mohini Vidya or deluding power.

Cupid is the lust of the human mind and Rati is Kundalini

It is also mentioned in the scriptures that even one should not meet his daughter and sister absolutely alone, because Kamadeva is very strong. So it is not surprising that Brahma had become attached to his daughter. To subdue his work, he practiced yoga hard. The drops of his sweat are a symbol of this relentless Kundalini-Yoga practice. The Kundalini which became active or awakened by Kundalini Yoga, is being called by the name of Rati. Kundalini has been given the name Rati because it is attained only by continuous involvement (rat in Sanskrit) in yoga. The word Rat is a major spiritual term like Dhyan Rat, Bhakti Rat etc. It also means absorbed. Kundalini is found only by being absorbed in someone’s love or meditation. The name Rati Krida or romantic play is also derived from this. Because both the mind and its most favored part, Kundalini, are strengthened by sex, that is why Kundalini is named Rati. This is explained in a metaphorical form, because in the olden days mystical knowledge was not directly made public. That’s why such techniques are called guhya vidya or confidential practices. The story of Kamadeva-Rati also reveals that the Creator of the universe remains untouched by the enticing charm of his beautiful creation only by the power of Kundalini yoga.

Kundalini in the form of Rati kept the lust of the gods and sages under her control

When the deities and sages came to know the secret that kundalini could control sex, they started practicing yoga regularly. That is why Kundalini in the form of Rati has been considered to be the most beautiful, because Cupid attracts the soul only towards beautiful material things. Cupid was defeated in front of Rati. It means Rati or Kundalini is the most beautiful. She is so beautiful that under her delusion, many people leave the world of very good household with heavenly wife and become sannyasins or renunciates. She stopped the business of Cupid. Kamadeva’s marriage to Rati means that just as a married man tied to a woman does not look at other women, similarly he too was tied by a Kundalini named Rati. A little explanation of this mystery has also been done there through a verse, in which it is written that Kamadeva used to hide his beloved Rati in his heart in such a way just as a yogi keeps his Brahma Vidya or enlightenment mantra hidden in his heart. Now the real Brahmavidya is Kundalini only, because she leads to Brahm or supreme formless God. Everyone sees a yogi in different circumstances, sometimes in happiness, sometimes in sorrow, sometimes in depression, sometimes in guilt, and sometimes in a state of euphoria. But they do not even recognize that Kundalini of his mind, which remains the same in all these states. Similarly, Rati always remains with Kamadeva, as both married together. Kama’s marriage to Rati also means practicing tantric yoga with social wife with ekpatnivrata or single wife always. According to Tantrayoga literature, first of all only Karma Yoga and simple Kundalini Yoga have to be practiced for many years. During that time the Kundalini named Rati is born, it grows, and reaches the sexual stage, which means it becomes very strong. Then she becomes eligible for marriage with kama or lust. It is only when the Kundalini becomes quite mature that there is the tantric ruling to do continued ordinary Kundalini yoga in a mixed form with sexual yoga. This is the marriage of Rati and Kama. If Rati’s child marriage is done prematurely with kama in haste, then there may be loss rather than profit. This is clearly warned in Tantrashastra. If a person harboring the married couple of kama-rati gets into the passion of sex, then people consider him to be ordinary sexually attached. They are unable to see that Rati standing with kama or lust, which is always beneficial. Many tantra yogis get harassed because of this reason. They come in innocence and try to perform Kama-Rati play, but people are able to see only Kama and not the Kundalini named Rati standing with him.

In fact, all indulgent cravings come in the realm of kama. Therefore Kundalini named Rati gets married to all of them and joins them. In the sense of kama, only sexual desire is taken because it is the main and most dominant of all indulgences.

Tantra yogis take the help of Kamadeva to create Rati

It is called hitting the enemy with the enemy’s own arrow. Cupid’s arrow is world famous. Tantra yogis provide additional strength to their Kundalini with the help of Panchamkaras. They actually transforms their energy mainly sexual energy into kundalini energy.

Scientific explanation of Rati-Kama marriage

The force of lust or kama increases blood circulation to the brain. That is why the mind becomes happy. If a man is a Kundalini yogi, it is obvious that the majority of his brain is interfered by Kundalini. In such a situation, if the blood circulation in the brain will increase, then only Kundalini will get the maximum benefit from it. Because Kundalini is in a way a mental picture of high definition resolution, it consumes a lot of life energy or prana. Due to this the storm of kama calms down effortlessly, blissfully and quickly.

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 awakening as the peak point reached, then the order of the universe’s development stops, and after some period of stability, the process of holocaust or Pralaya starts

Friends, I wrote in the previous post that Srishti or creation development is only for Kundalini development, and with Kundalini awakening, Srishti development completes and thereafter stops. Today we will discuss what happens after that. Actually, the event of holocaust also happens inside our body, not outside.

Description of Holocaust or Pralaya in Hindu Puranas

According to the Hindu Puranas, there are catastrophes when four eras have passed. The first era is Satyuga, the second era is Dwapara, the third is Treta, and the last age is Kali Yuga. There is a gradual decline of human beings in these ages. Satyuga has been described as the best and Kali Yuga as the worst. The order in which the creation of the world happens, in the same order, the holocaust also takes place. The five elements dissolve in the sense organs. The senses merge into the Tanmātras or subtle experiences. Panchatnamatras merge in ego. The ego merges in mahattattva or intellect. In the end, the mahattattva merges into nature. At the end of the disaster, nature also merge into God.

The four ages are in the form of the four stages of human life and the four ashramas

The childhood of man can be called the Satyuga. In this man would be free from all mental and physical disorders. He is as true as the deity. Then comes adolescence. It can be named Dwapara. In this, some disorder starts in the mind. The third stage is maturity age, in which a man becomes greatly depressed by the mess of worldliness. The last stage is that of old age. It is like Kali Yuga, in which darkness prevails due to distortion of mind and body. Similarly, the four ashrams or residencies of human life are also in the form of four yugas. Brahmacharya ashram can be called Satyuga, householder’s residency is Dwaparyuga, Vanaprastha is Tretayuga and Sannyasam Ashram is Kaliyuga. In fact the states are being matched from outside by looking at the Holocaust. In any state of body, a man can be at any higher level of mind.

Human death is depicted as a holocaust

As we clarified in the previous post that man can never know the world outside his mind. His world is limited to his mind. This means that then worldly creation and holocaust are also in the mind. This mental world is described in the Puranas. We fall into deception and understand it in the physical world outside. After Kundalini awakening or mental maturity, man’s attachment is not in the outside world. He lives with advaita bhava or non duality and detachment. We can call this the stability of the universe after its complete development. Then in the last days of his life, the process of holocaust starts in him. Due to weakness, he leaves the work of worldliness and keeps busy with the maintenance of his body. In a way we can say that the Panchamahabhutas or five elements merge into the senses. Then over time his senses also start to diminish. Due to weakness, his focus shifts from the senses to the inner mind. He cannot drink water with his hand. Others feed him with water in his mouth. He feels the juices of waters. Nearby attendants feed him food by putting food in his mouth. He feels the taste and smell of food. Families bathe him with their hands. He feels the touch of water. Others show him various pictures etc. He realizes their beauty. Others tell him Katha Kirtan or godly stories. He rejoices to feel their sweet and knowledge-filled voice. In a way, the senses merge into the Panchathanmatras or five subtle inner experiences. Even with the growing weakness, the man also has difficulty in experiencing the Panchatnamatras. Then his beloved brothers call him by name. This causes the flow of a little energy inside him, and he starts to enjoy himself. We can say that the Panchatnamatras merged in ego. With the further increase of weakness, the ego’s sense in him also starts to wane. He does not achieve agility even when called by name. With his intellect, he starts analyzing about his condition inside, it’s cause, it’s remedy and future outcome. In a way, the ego merges into the mahattattva or intelligence. After that, there is no energy to think even in the intellect. Man becomes like a lifeless. In that state he either goes into a coma or dies. We shall call this as mahattattva merging into nature. As mentioned in the previous post, at that stage all the gunas fall into equilibrium. Neither do they increase, nor decrease. They remain the same. In fact, it is the thoughtful brain that provides waves to increase and decrease the gunas of nature. It is a simple matter that when the brain itself is dead, then what will give the shock of thoughts to the gunas. Ignorant people go as far as nature. These types of people keep coming back and forth as birth and death again and again. The Enlightened one may goe one step further. They leave nature and merge into Purusha or God. All the gunas of nature cease there, and man becomes a form of light. There is no rebirth from there. This can be called as extreme holocaust or atyantik Pralaya.

Kundalini awakening is the sole purpose of creation; foetus development depicted as the universe development in Hindu mythological Puranas

Friends, the creation has been specifically described in the Puranas. Somewhere the egg explodes in the sky, somewhere the lotus appears in the baseless water body and the sudden appearance of a deity on it, etc. Somewhere it comes that the direct appearance of intellect from nature, ego from intellect, the subtle experience of natural elements from ego, the senses from it and all the gross creation was born from senses afterwards. When I was younger, I used to ask my grandfather (who was a famous Hindu priest and a household Purana reader) how all of these things suddenly appeared in the open sky without any basic infrastructure. He used to say in the manner of a traditionalist and mystic philosopher, “This is how it is done. It is done.” They did not go too deeply. But now with the help of Kundalini Yoga, I understand this classical dictum as the root of all mysteries, “Yatpinde Tatbramhande”. This philosophical saying has been scientifically proven in the book “Shareervigyan darshan” in Hindi. This means that whatever is there in this body, that everything is also in the universe, nothing else. Actually, a man can never know anything other than his mind or brain, because whatever he describes that’s there inside his brain, not outside. That is why the ancient sages have explained the universe by describing the body. They were amazing body scientists and psychologists.

The creation of universe is explained in the Puranas with help of human body creation

At many places, a lotus was born from the navel of Vishnu that was lying on a great serpent swimming in the endless ocean, on which Brahma originated. His mind created the world. You can consider mother as Vishnu. His body is like a Sheshnag or mythical serpent as the central nervous system, which is located in the spinal cord-brain axis. The serpent is always immersed in the cerebrospinal fluid that’s metaphorically related to the ocean water. The sensations of the Kundalini or mother’s mind in that serpent are the form of Lord Vishnu that are dispersed throughout the body of serpent, because there is essentially no difference between Shakti and the powerful God. During pregnancy, the belly of the mother emerges outside in the navel area, the same is the appearance of the lotus from the navel of Lord Vishnu. The gravid uterus is also connected with the mother’s body through blood vessels and nerves arising nearby the mother’s navel area. These are as stem of lotus. Like the lotus petals blooming, in the womb, the placentomes and cotyledons of placenta are formed on the uterus. These button like structures are then again attached to the navel of the infant with a chord called umbilical chord that’s again like stem of the lotus flower. These structures provide nutrition to the infant. This infant is Brahma, who develops on that blooming lotus. The pure and unblemished form of the infant is the basic nature, in which there is no waves in gunas (3 basic constituents of nature). In a way, it has all the three basic gunas in equilibrium or equal quantity. Earlier I used to think that samyastastha or equilibrium means that all gunas are equal to each other. Even today many people think so. But it is not so. If this happens, then basically all living beings would be the same, but they maintain their separate identity even after the Holocaust or death. This happens because the amount of tamoguna that covers the soul’s light is different. Due to it, the quantity of other gunas also differs by itself. If Tamoguna is more then Satoguna is reduced in the same proportion and vice versa, because they are opposed to each other. In fact, all the gunas are in the unchanging state in samyavastha.  All gunas in equilibrium with no waves means that satoguna (showing light and knowledge) remains same without rise or fall, rajoguna (showing motion, energy and change) also remains same, and the tamoguna (showing darkness and ignorance) too. With this, the baby does not crave for any particular guna, as he has no habit of fluctuating gunas. That is why the child remains a bit indifferent even after experiencing everything. Actually, it can’t be said as absence of gunas but it’s gunas in equilibrium. Waves in gunas can only be produced if these gunas are already there, not in zero. Only God is nirguna or without guna. That’s why God never experiences waves in gunas as observed by all the creatures that bind the soul. This makes God perfectly changeless. God has zero gunas because God has not dark envelope of ignorance on it’s soul that makes tamoguna. Tamoguna is the base source of all gunas. That’s why panchmakarik leftist tantric appears well developed both in worldly as well as spiritual matters. Then when the baby is a little older, there is an increase in the sensations of the mind or brain. He is attracted towards light. With this, wave is produced in gunas mainly satoguna, and as a result the sattoguna form mahattatva is formed, that is, intelligence. He begins to realize how important it is for his existence to cry and drink milk. This makes the baby feel special and different, which is called ego. Tanmatras originate from it. Tanmatra is the subtle form of the Panchamahabhootas or 5 basic natural elements, which we experience in the brain. It’s the smell of the earth, the juiciness of water, the touch feel of air, the form feel of fire and the sound feel of the sky. He recognizes the taste of milk juice, recognizes the smell of toys, touches the warmth of his urine, begins to understand the difference between beautiful and ugly through form, is attracted to the sound of ghungroo or bell or toys. Then the infant looks outside to see where these sensations came from. The senses originate from it, because all of it feels outside with the help of senses such as eye, ear, skin, tongue, nose etc. Along with this, the internal sense of mind also develops, because that is what he thinks of all this. The above five elements originate from the senses, because he seeks or knows them only with help of his senses. He learns that physical substances like milk, toys, ghungroos or bells etc. are also there in the world, which he feels through his senses. Then as the child continues to learn, the origin of such creation continues to move forward. In this way, the entire creation is expanded inside a man.

Kundalini awakening is the limit of the development of creation

Man extends the creation of the universe only for Kundalini awakening. This fact is proved by the observation that after awakening of the Kundalini, man becomes a bit like a detached from the universe. His inclination starts to move away from the worldly trend but towards retirement. His tendency also becomes like a retirement, because then there is no craving arising out of attachment. It’s to be kept in mind that it’s only mental tendency as physically he may remain fully indulged and growing in the world. After awakening of the Kundalini, the man feels that he has attained everything worth attaining, and has done everything worth doing.

According to Shiva Purana, the creation was made from Shiva’s semen

In Shivpurana, it comes that an egg originated from Shiva’s semen deposited in the vagina of nature. The egg lay in water for 1000 years. Then it broke through the middle. Its upper part became the scalp of the universe. From that originated the upper heavenly abodes. From the lower part, the lower abodes were formed.

Actually Shiva is the father here, and Prakriti or Parvati is the mother. The egg is formed in the uterus by the union of semen and ovum fluid. It remains in the nutritious water of the uterus for a long time and continues to develop. Then it explodes, that is, it begins to differentiate into shape of a human being. The top part of it was clearly visible like a head or a scalp or kapola. In it, the upper worlds originated in the form of Sahasrara Chakra, ajna Chakra and Vishuddhi Chakra. In the lower part, lower abodes developed as lower chakras.

Kundalini requires various gods that are in the form of molds of different personalities

Friends, I sometimes like a particular deity more, sometimes someone else. Long ago, I loved Goddess mother the most. Now I like Lord Shiva the most. Once when I went to visit Mumbai, I liked Lord Ganesha best. In Maharashtra, Ganesha is quite famous. It is clear that the God who exposes the Kundalini the most, that is the best as a deity. This means that the real joy lies in the Kundalini itself. The gods are helpful in exposing the Kundalini.

The form of a particular deity is a mold of the form of a particular personality

In fact, various deities exist as signs of different personalities. Lord Shiva is a tantric, cool, nondual, naive, self-possessed, nature-lover, quick-tempered and quickly happy, detached and high-spirited self-proudful personality. If anyone likes such a personality and a man with such personality, then he can get benefit from Shiva worship. By meditating on Shiva, the image of a person with such personality appears in his mind temple, and then gradually takes the form of Kundalini. In life, no one can be physically consistent with anyone. But one can always remain mentally consistent. To maintain the mental picture of a lover, a god like him is chosen. The deity is worshiped in the form of an idol, picture, statue, etc. This keeps the mental picture of the lover strong. Many times the reverse also happens. The person by whom a deity is worshiped begins to fall in love with the man with that personality of deity. This then leads to the development of Kundalini. In the old age, Yogis also used to make the idol of the empty deity as Kundalini without any loving person. But nowadays it seems impossible. Because the present-day society is individual oriented rather than Devata or idol oriented. Similarly, one may find the personality of Lord Ganesha interesting, while one that of mother Kali. Gods exist according to everyone’s interest. As far as my own experience is concerned, I had a personality like Shiva as my Kundalini. Once upon a time due to some divine event, my inclination towards Lord Shiva became apparent. I felt completely devoted to him, losing myself from all other sides. This inspired me to unknowingly have Tantra Yoga with various favorable circumstances, which quickly awakened my Kundalini.

Gods always exist as a feeling or sentiment

For example, if a particular tantric born in some country or era or say Bhairavnath was considered the god of the tantra, then most people today would not have reverence for him. This would have been because Bhairavnath was a real man, who was born in very old times, and is not today. The life-circumstances of his time were completely different from those of today’s life. In this way, the tantric sentiment that was popping up in the minds of people would have perished by worshipping Baba Bhairav. But in contrast, Lord Shiva is eternal. He is the same today, as he was thousands of years ago. He will always remain the same. In fact, he is not a mortal person, but as a personality or sentiment. There have been countless people who cover his personality. Therefore, trust and interst always prevail over him. It keeps trust on Tantra and interest in it.

Gods always give strength to Kundalini

If a deity is interesting or not, he always gives Kundalini benefits. The deity is really like a mixture of living (Yang) and non-living (Yin). He has the quality of a living as doing all the activities like a human being. The qualities of the inanimate are in them in the form of inanimate objects such as air, water, fire, sun etc. A mixture of living and non-living in a deity is possible only if the deity is living and unattached. All the activities of the deity calm down in his mind through Advaita or non duality and Anasakti or detachment. However they are carried out from outside by the deity. If the deity were fully alive, he would be visible like a living human, and would be immersed in the bondage of the world. If the deity had been completely lifeless, it would have been dead, which could never run the world at all. Moreover, his worship would have been a loss rather than a gain. It is because of this Advaita form of the deity that Advaita prevails in the mind of man, due to which the Kundalini is exposed. That is why it has been written in the Vedas and scriptures that worshiping the deity brings salvation along with the comforts of the world.

Kundalini is the manifestation of Lord Krishna who killed Mythological Kaliyanag in Yamuna river

Friends, yoga is a scientific method. Common people cannot understand it easily. They will practice it when they understand it. That is why the Puranas have been composed to facilitate the common public. Yoga has been explained in the Puranas as various mythic events and stories. Although being as mythological forms these stories are still theoretically true. This is so because these myths are classical and specially designed, as opposed to non classical or ordinary myths. Contrary to the thinking of some so-called modernists, they do not fall under the category of superstition. Many things cannot be said directly to avoid violations of social, personal and practical limitations, hence they have to be said as scientific myths. Yoga can be difficult to understand instantly. One has to adopt a Yogic or nondual lifestyle for a long time. That is why in Puranas, things related to yoga are presented as amusing mythology. This keeps these stories interesting for a man for a long time. With this, a man automatically becomes a yogi indirectly, and with a little extra effort, he can also become a perfect yogi if he gets a favorable situation. If everyone became a fulltime yogi together, then how would worldly work go. That is why yoga is molded as such scientific and pleasant stories, on which faith remains. Due to this, the man remains tied in the Yogic lifestyle at all times even while performing all the obligations of worldliness. One such famous story comes in the Shrimad Bhagwat Mahapuran, which describes the war between Lord Krishna and Kaliyanag. According to that legend, a huge snake named Kaliya who had hundreds of hoods lived on the island of Ramanak, with the fear of Garuda, the vehicle of Lord Vishnu. He was cursed by some saint that Lord Krishna will kill him and liberate him. Therefore, he came to the river Yamuna flowing near Vrindavan. The water of the Yamuna became poisonous due to its poison, killing the people, birds and animals around. Lord Krishna was playing ball with his grazer friends. Then his ball went into the water of Yamuna. Shri Krishna immediately leaped into the Yamuna. The next moment he was wrestling with Kaliynaag. After a lot of trouble, Shri Krishna climbed on the middle and biggest head of it. There he increased his weight and mashed his hoods. He grabbed his head and tail together and hit him here and there. In the end, he forced Kalyanag to give up. Then Kaliyanag’s wives came there and started asking Lord Krishna for his life. Srikrishna left him on the condition that he along with his family would leave the Yamuna and return to the island of Ramanak and would never enter the Yamuna again.

Kaliyanag is a symbol of the sushumna nadi or spinal cord, and Lord Shri Krishna is the symbol of Kundalini

In fact the structure of man resembles a serpent. The man’s software is made up of his central nervous system, which looks like a hood raising snake in shape. The brain and spinal cord come in it. The rest of the man’s body has been overlaid on this central nervous system. Sushumna channel runs in this central nervous system. Here the water of Yamuna river symbolizes the cerebrospinal fluid flowing around the spinal cord. Living in the island of Ramanak is a symbol of worldly indulgence. The word Ramanaka is derived from the Sanskrit word Ramanika or ramaneeya, meaning amusing. The fear of Garuda symbolizes the fear of saints. Saints do not go to the indulging places. It is seen that saints keep people away from unnecessary conflicts of worldliness. The curse of a monk means to show the right path to God by a gentleman. Saying about Kaliyanag being killed by Shri Krishna is a symbol of liberating him from the bondage of attachment. Shri Krishna sending him back to the island of Ramanak means that he should go in seclusion away from the innocent people of the world and spread poison of attachment there. Kaliyanag’s wives symbolize the ten senses. There are 5 work senses and 5 knowlege senses in them. These senses are said to be the wives of Kaliyanag because they become very powerful in the connection with the man attached to the world and become one with him. The poison of Kaliyanag signifies a attached lifestyle. It is the most powerful poison in the world. Due to this, man keeps dying in the cycle of birth and death again and again. The poison emanating from hundreds of hoods of Kaliyanag means that this attachment keeps on growing due to the hundreds of desires and worries that arise in the brain. Lord Krishna is the symbol of Kundalini here. His climb to the central hood of Kaliyanag means meditating Kundalini in the Sahasrara Chakra. Playing ball by Sri Krishna means Kundalini Yogasadhana. The ball is a symbol of pranayama here. Boy Krishna’s friend grazers symbolize various types of pranayamas and yogasanas. Breathing in and out denotes the ball going back and forth or up and down. The entry of the ball into the river means the entry of pranavayu into chakras. Sri Krishna’s leap into the river means that Kundalini also entered the chakras with pranavayu. Yamuna is the holy river in which Sri Krishna jumps. This means that the Kundalini enters only in the chakras consecrated by breathing. Mulling of the Kaliyanag by Sri Krishna means that Kundalini has curbed the mind’s unnecessary desires and concerns, and has cleaned up the ideological waste buried in the subconscious mind. The holding of Kaliyanag’s head and tail together by Sri Krishna means that the Kundalini has spread across the entire Sushumna channel from Muladhara Chakra to Sahasrara Chakra. Taking power from the Muladhar, Kundalini is shining in Sahasrara. This happens when the palate-tongue joint or Sahasrara and Muladhara are meditated together. By doing this, Kaliyanag’s banging means that the unnecessary noise of the brain is being eliminated, due to which man is moving towards eternal joy. To attempt to kill Kaliyanaag means to let the central nervous system of the body function in a controlled manner. Kaliyanag’s non-entry into the Yamuna again means that after Kundalini awakening, man never behaves indulgently.

Kundalini-lingas including the Muladhar Chakra as the best one

Friends, Shiva Purana has focused most of the attention on Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva is considered to be the Kundalini in it. Throughout this Purana, there is an abundance of Lingas. When Shiva (Kundalini) is meditated on the linga, it becomes a Shivalinga or Kundalini-linga. Shivalinga is the axis of Shiv Purana, around which the whole Purana is revolving.

The symbol associated with Kundalini is called Kundalini Linga or Shivalinga

In fact, the symbol associated with the main object is called the linga or gender of that object. For example, the symbol of masculinity associated with male is called masculine gender and the symbol of femininity associated with woman is called feminine gender. Without linga, there may be some reduction in the main object, but it is not finished. If the signs of maleness in a male are eliminated, then there may be some decrease in the masculinity of man, but the man will remain the same. According to this, the lizard’s tail can also be called the lizard’s linga. When she drops it, it may cause her some difficulty in maintaining her balance, but the lizard remains the same. Similarly, the main object in spirituality is Kundalini. Kundalini gets additional strength by connecting it with the lingam in the form of symbol of any idol etc. If that symbol or lingam is removed, then there may be some decrease in Kundalini meditation, but the Kundalini still remains in the mind.

Kundalini yoga belongs to movable lingam

Shivpuran describes many types of lingas. The chara or movable linga is of special importance to the Kundalini Yogi. In this, the fundamental sensation has been considered as lingam. Different chakras of the body are the changed places of that lingam. That sensation evolves on the lower chakras, and rotates in a circular way through all the other chakras.

Our own body as the most permanent lingam

Other types of lingas are non movable. They also include lingas made of mountain or stone. Lingas made of mountain are permanent. Lingas made of stone are temporary. Lingam made of stone is better for women. Other types of lingas are subtle lingas. Mantra lingas are the main among them. Kundalini is meditated on the mantra. ॐ OM is also a perfect type of mantra linga. Subtle lingam is better known for ascetics. Mountains are called permanent lingas because they remain the same for millions of years. According to this, our own body proves to be the most permanent lingam, because it will continue to be available to us in every birth until we get liberation. It simply means that Kundalini yoga meditation is the best meditation. In fact, the second meaning of lingam is the experience of sensation, which we get with the help of different kinds of substances and feelings. Kundalini is superimposed over the same sensation. Because we get the most intense and sweet sensation from our own body, not from outside, therefore the Lingam inside the body is the best Lingam. This principle is the basic principle of Tantra Yoga. A book titled “Physiology Philosophy – A Modern Kundalini Tantra (A Yogi’s Love Story)” written in Hindi  is shown to prove this very strongly.

Kundalini makes an officer a true officer

Friends, I love officers since childhood. I could see the appearance of a deity in them. I used to see a sense of belonging and security in them. In return, the officers also had a special love for me. While living the life of the officer, I now understand why it used to happen.

Real officers are nondual like gods

An officer does not do anything even while working. That is why it is said that officers do not do anything. In fact, an officer does all the work with Advaita or non duality.The work done with Advaita is no longer work. Only he can get others to work, who neither works himself, nor is workless. It is just like if a person who is not stuck in water can get the other person trapped in water out of the water. Making others work is also a job. By staying with Advaita, the work of an officer is neither a work, nor a worklessness. In a way, all his works fall out of the definition of work. If the officer remains without doing work, he will be called workless. Worklessness also comes within the scope of work, as both work and worklessness are relative to each other, and derive power from each other. Therefore, to be outside the scope of work, it is necessary that he should work continuously with Advaita. Because Advaita and Kundalini are always together, Kundalini can also be taken care of directly. Only then can he take top class work from his subordinates.

Lord Ganapati, the supreme authority of the deities, is also an idol of Advaita

Lord Ganesha is also known by the names of Gananayak, Ganapathi, Gananath, Vighnesh etc. All these names are of leadership. That is why he is worshiped before all the gods. The scriptures give him a special form. His face is of an elephant, and the rest of the body is of a human. This form signifies Advaita. This indicates the advaita between beauty and ugliness. It is an attempt to show that powerful Advaita, which is born with the cooperation of animals and humans. The elephant itself is also indicative of advaita bhava. It shows fearlessness and carelessness like a nondual saint. The elephant is also a symbol of kamabhav or romance and related Muladhar Chakra, which, like a hero or leader, comes first and foremost.

Similarity between a true officer and a Kundalini Yogi

Both types of people are nondual or advaitsheel. Both have detachment. Both are blissful and cheerful all the time. It also proves that Kundalini Yoga can help in fulfilling the lack of mastery in the officer. Therefore, an officer must do Kundalini Yoga. Kundalini / Advaita also develops from the love affair. That’s why you must have seen that most of the officers are very crazy about love affairs.

Importance of Advaita philosophy like “physiology philosophy” for an officer

Hindu scriptures and Puranas develop the spirit of Advaita or nonduality. Therefore an officer should read them daily. In this episode, Premayogi Vajra has written a book called “Physiology Philosophy or sharirvigyan darshan”. It is also called modern Purana, because it is completely scientific. At least one should not hesitate to read it.

Advaita inspires you to work

It is commonly seen that seeing the bliss and cheerfulness of the work of an nondual man, others also start working. Even if he has to speak to others for work, it is so friendly and loving that it does not seem to be the order. In a way, even speaking it becomes equal to not speaking. The quality of the real officer is also that as soon as he comes in contact of the people, the people themselves start working well. People start thinking of their development themselves. People become happy and cheerful with their work. If the officer has to speak or order to get the work done, it means that there is a deficiency in the nondual behavior of the officer. In fact, officers do not speak even while speaking, and do not give orders even while giving orders. True officers are amazing artists.

Kundalini yoga meditation is proved supreme through the description of the metaphor of the legend of Shiva-Ketaki flower in the Shiv Purana in the best way

Friends, let’s meditate Kundalini a little bit. The Shiva-Ketaki story I had told in the previous post is a classic example of metaphors written in the Puranas. The Puranas are full of such metaphors. The subject presented with the help of metaphors is well understood, and well remembered. Most spiritual knowledge is outside the limits of the mind, and is the object of direct experience. Therefore, it is brought into the realm of mind by metaphors.

Brahma ran upwards and Lord Vishnu ran downwards to search for the ends of the aforesaid light pillar

In the aforesaid story we showed Vishnu moving upwards and Brahma going downwards. But the reality was the opposite. Well it doesn’t matter much. We can adapt metaphors to either side. The experience of truth remains the same. Metaphors cannot change the truth. Metaphors have no mathematics of their own. Metaphors are only made to explain the truth. In this contrasting position of metaphor we can mold the experience of truth in the following way. People of Brahma type because they get indiscriminate construction work done, so they get different higher realms as a result of their deeds. They do not attain the ultimate world like Sahasrara chakra, because they are enamored of the world. Therefore, they are unable to do Kundalini Yogasadhana. If they do, it is not quick fruitful. The rest is all right in the metaphor aforesaid. Similarly, Vishnu types symbolize humility, deep exploration, and contemplation of knowledge. They engage in the service of the oppressed people living in the lower realms. In them also comes the ego of nourishing and protecting the world. Yet they do not boast about their false bravado, nor do they beat their influence too much. Therefore he is said to be going into the lower worlds or lower chakras. For this reason, his Kundalini Yoga practice also does not succeed easily. The rest is all right in the metaphor.The real Tantric Kundalini Yogis are just like Lord Shiva. They have no concern about worldliness. They are blissful and joyful with their Kundalini. They awaken their Kundalini by not wasting their energy enhanced by tantric practice in the world. They do not run into wanting to get more. They get satisfied in what they get. Lord Shiva also has nothing except a tiger skin, a tiger carpet, a trident, a snake, a bull and Parvati Mata. He remains immersed in deep and joyful meditation while remaining happy in those things what he has naturally.

The flower of Ketaki is a symbol of people who do not recognize God even when they are with him

It is mentioned in the story that the white flower of Ketaki fell from the forehead of Lord Shiva, but he also did not know the beginning and end of that piller flame. People with a clean image like Ketaki are also like priests, who do not know God even after constantly staying in temples. The general public believes in them, so people of Brahma type take this advantage illegally. They make them sing their praises on the basis of money, and show that they know everything, that is, God. The rest is the same in the metaphor.

Kundalini is the main theme of Hindu Puranas: the story of Shiva and Ketki flower

Friends, in the previous post I had told about a story of Shivpuran (a Hindu spiritual and metaphorical mythology), which is the basis of the mystery of Tantra Shastra. It is called the story of Ketki flower. In this post I will explain that story in depth.

What is story of Ketki flower

According to Shivpuran, once there was a quarrel between Lord Brahma and Lord Vishnu. Lord Brahma said that he has created the whole world, so he is the greatest. On the other hand, Lord Vishnu started saying that he is the one who maintains and protects the whole world, so he is the greatest. When their quarrel caused uproar, an astrological column appeared between them. There was a voice from sky that the one who will first find its ends, is the biggest. Lord Vishnu walked upwards, and Lord Brahma went downwards. But both could not find the end of it and returned empty handed. Vishnu narrated the true story of his failure to Brahma, but Brahma started lying to Lord Vishnu. Brahma said that he came back after touching its end. Brahma presented the white flower of Ketaki as a witness. Then Lord Shiva appeared there, angry with this lie. He said that he is the eldest and no one other than him has known its beginning and end. Angered by Ketki’s lies, Shiva cursed him that he would never be included in their worship. Together, Brahma was also cursed that he would not have a temple anywhere, nor would he be worshiped.

Tantric Mystery of Shiva-Ketaki Story

Brahma and Ketki flowers symbolize tantric subject

In fact the above narrative is metaphoric, and is pointing towards the excellency of Kundalini yoga over all. Brahma is the symbol of those who are damaging nature by indiscriminate construction work. Businessmen, politicians and fake religious leaders who use egoism are that type people. People who perform religious rituals like Rajoguni Yajna etc. are also included in this. Arrogance arises in them, and they start thinking of themselves as the greatest. They have no shortage of funds, so they buy people and journalists with respectable and clean image in the society. The white flower of Ketaki is a symbol of such people. They make such people sing their full glory, and ignore the real God and become God themselves. That is why insidious people with such clean and white image could not please Lord Shiva. To make them happy, one has to be naive like a child. That is why Shiva is also called Bholenath or Bhole Baba. Tantriks are also naive. The above people with Brahma-like image also do not get true respect from people. Out of fear of his influence, people give him false respect. Just as Lord Brahma searches for the lower end of the pillar, similarly that type people have more inclination towards the bottom, that is, Tamoguna. Tamogun may express as uncontrolled consumption of alcohol, meat, etc. They are Rajoguni just like Brahma. Rajoguna is more inclined towards Tamogun. They reach to the very lower realms or chakras, but they do not reach the lowest world, that is, the Muladhar Chakra. This simply means that they do not wake up Kundalini on the Muladhara Chakra. If the Kundalini is awakened even on the mooladhara chakra, it goes straight up to Sahasrara, penetrating all the chakras or realms, and awakens there too. But only tantric people can do this, not ordinary people.

Lord Narayana is the symbol of public servants and donators

Some people of the society are directly connected to the service of the public. Among them, servants and donators are the main ones. People who perform sattvic rituals etc. are also included in these. People doing many types of mental meditation practices are also like this. Although they are naive, they still cannot find the end of the astrological pillar. They move upwards on the pillar, because they are Sattvaguni. There are no defects of mind inside them. Ego is also less in them. They go to very high abodes or chakras, but do not reach the highest abode or sahasrara. This means that they too cannot awaken Kundalini. Then Shiva said that he only knows this. Together he said that he is the biggest. It simply means that only the tantric devotees of Shiva are able to awaken their Kundalini.

Jyotirmaya or luminous Pillar is symbol of Sushumna channel and different abodes of different chakras

In fact, the whole world is inhabited inside our own human body, according to “Yatpinde Tatbrahmande”. The same has been proved scientifically in the book in Hindi “shareervigyan darshan – ek adhunik Kundalini Tantra (ek yogi ki premkatha)”. The various upper and lower abodes which are said in the story are the chakras located in the backbone of our body. The light pillar is the spinal cord. It is also in the form of a shining sensation. It passes from Muladhara Chakra i.e. the lowest abode to Sahasrar Chakra i.e. the highest lok or abode. Many types of abodes i.e. Chakra come in between. Its short form is Linga or lingam or Vajra. That is the most important part of that pillar, because the light emanating column is produced there.