Kundalini man grows as Lord Kartikeya

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

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

Revelation of the above kundalini metaphor

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

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

Sanskrit literature is an unique literature because of being Kundalini based literature

Friends, I am born fond of Sanskrit literature. Sanskrit literature is very captivating, alive, enthusiastic and full of consciousness. Many years ago a Sanskrit scholar gentleman wrote a beautiful, concise and knowledge-rich book named ‘Sanskrit Sahitya Parichayika’ that means ‘a mini introducer to Sanskrit literature’. At that time the era of online books had not arrived. Due to this it remained in oblivion till date. I wanted to put it online. There was a problem with typing on the computer, as most of the words were from Sanskrit, and were difficult to type. Good luck to Google’s intelligent keyboard in Android. Most of the typing was done by itself. I type only the first few characters, the rest it predicts itself. Now fully typed. I have even published it online on most of the publishing platforms. I will be doing it online soon in the rest of the places as well. It is also available as a free PDF book at the link for free books on the shop page of this website. It is worth reading for all literature lovers. Nowadays a basic introduction to any subject is enough. Speaking it means that a hint of the subject is enough. The rest of the detail about it is found on Google and through other means. It is only necessary to make the initial imprint on mind associated with literature, which this book makes very well. This book is no match for the full enjoyment of Sanskrit literature. It is definitely small, but it is like an ocean in a pitcher. Guided by this book, I started searching for Kalidas’s Kumarasambhav poetry on Google. I came to know that it describes the story of the love of Shiva-Parvati, and the birth of Lord Kartikeya from them. Kumar means boy or child, Sambhav means origin. It is said that due to the sin of describing the sexual intercourse between Shiva and Parvati, the poet Kalidas had got leprosy. So there he left it incomplete. Later it was completed. Some people say that the general public did not accept their sexual intercourse description due to devotion towards Shiva and Parvati. So he had to stop it. The first possibility, though rare, seems factual, as it is not a common sexual intercourse. It cannot be described in a worldly way. It is in the form of a tantrasadhana or tantric meditation, and metaphorical, as shown in the previous post. There is no place for worldly humor and entertainment in it. There is also a psychological fact behind this possibility. Since many people have beliefs associated with the gods, their insults may not only reflect their expressed badmouthing or ill-will of displeasure, but may also be expressed in a subconscious form. Observing in this way, it is known that all the Sanskrit literature is based on the stories and narratives of the Hindu Vedas and Puranas. Most of the literature lovers and writers take a favorite subject from the Vedas or Puranas, and by expanding it, they create a new literature. Because all the subjects of Vedas and Puranas are scientific because of being based on Kundalini, therefore Sanskrit literature also proves to be Kundalini-oriented and scientific.

Making public the revelation of mythical spiritual stories of various religions appears a fundamental demand of today’s modern, scientific, and materialistic era

I sometimes feel that revealing spiritual mysteries can bring great benefits to the society. I do not say that the mystery should be revealed everywhere, because by doing so the joy of mystical tales will end. But at least in one place, there should be a composition available to reveal those secrets. It is said that spiritual principles and techniques were made mystical so that man would not be misled by trying them before spiritual maturity. Even if a man comes to know the truth of the mystery even before his spiritual maturity, he will be able to benefit from it only when he attains maturity. By understanding the mystery, he will surely get the benefit in this way that he will be inspired to attain spiritual maturity quickly by trying to achieve spiritual progress as soon as possible, so that he can benefit from that mystery. Together, by then he will be well acquainted with the secrets and principles of yoga practice. Those won’t look new and awkward when he needs them. It is also said that if a person keeps the goods of a tea shop with him for a long time, then one day he will definitely open a tea shop and become a successful industrialist. In today’s era, more than ever before, it seems necessary to make spiritual revelation public because honest, and accomplished spiritual masters are rarely found these days, and those who do are also mostly out of reach of common public. Earlier this was not the case. At that time spirituality was dominant. Nowadays, physicality dominates more. If one becomes spiritually mature nowadays, and does not get the right guidance as per his need, then he may have to suffer great spiritual loss. Another benefit will also be available that when all the religions are revealed, then only Kundalini element that’s nondual element will be seen as the basic element of spirituality. This will end the mutual animosity between all the religions and in fact Sarvadharma Sambhav or equality of all religions will be established. It will end most of the worldwide conflicts.

Ida Nadi has been called Rishi’s wife Arundhati

Now let’s move on to the allegorical narrative described in the previous post. The sage wife named Arundhati, who is described in it, is actually Ida Nadi. Ida Nadi represents the feminine part of Ardhanarishvara or half man-half woman god . Sometimes while practicing hatha yoga, the prana starts flowing more in the ida nadi. This means that she prevents prana from entering the sushumna. It is only through the Sushumna that the prana is well established on the chakras. Along with Prana, there is also the luminosity of semen. It is told by saying that Arundhati prevented the sage wives from approaching the god of fire. But the yogi, by meditating on the agya chakra, made flow the virya tej or semen luminosity along with the prana through the sushumna and poured it on the chakras. It is shown that the sage wives did not listen to Arundhati, but obeyed the path as directed subconsciously by Lord Shiva. Ajnachakra is also a symbol of Shiva, because his third eye opens there.

The difference between Kundalini awakening and Kundalini yoga is only in the extent of experience, not the nature of the experience

In many places, Sahasrara is considered to be the eighth chakra. The transmission of semen up to Sahasrara is more difficult than other chakras. Doing so forcibly can cause headaches. Therefore semen is established only on the lower seven chakras. In this metaphor it has been said that out of eight, only seven wives went to Agnidev and started getting heat of fire. Even the eighth wife came, but she did not take the heat of the fire. Meaning that even a little bit of semen goes up to Sahasrara, but it is negligible. Up to Sahasrar, the semen tej goes usually through more active sushumna. In this metaphor it is said that the Ganges river poured the semen of Shiva into the grass of the reed. It should always be kept in mind that there is always a Kundalini picture or mental thoughts in it’s absence associated with prana or virya tej or energy or power. All these names are synonymous with each other, that is, all are synonymous. The first and most burning sensation is felt on the front Swadhishthana chakra born of the semen tej. It is associated with the same genitalia referred to in the previous article as the pigeon. Along with this, when the Kundalini is also meditated on the front chakras, then it starts coming on the front chakras. Then it is felt going from the chakras to the spinal cord. Probably it seeps from the front chakra to the rear chakra. That’s why both the front and back chakras interact with each other through a thin line, means both are said to be connected together through a short energy channel. This is told in the mythological story by saying that the sage wives gave that bright semen to the Himalaya, because the rear chakras are situated along the spinal cord. The Puranas are very meticulously written. Each of their words has a huge and deep meaning. This semen-shifting is felt by a feeling of pleasure with the contraction running from bottom to top in the central part of the back and a feeling of lessening of the burden below. Then after a while, with the help of that contraction, it is felt to enter into the sushumna. The feeling is very mild, and appears to be a joyous or orgasmic line of soreness or any sensation made up of a length wise spasmodic type contraction of central part of back. Simultaneously, the Kundalini picture is felt in Sahasrar. With practice, all kinds of experiences keep on increasing. In this metaphor it has been said that Agnidev gave that seminal glory to seven sage wives, sage wives gave to Himalaya, Himalaya to Ganga river, and Ganges river to reed grass. It simply means that Kundalini ascends to Sahasrar only sequentially, not directly. This is often said in yoga. However, through tantric yoga, one can go straight to Sahasrara. Someone’s Kundalini is said to be in the Muladhara, someone’s ascended up to the Swadhisthana chakra, someone’s up to the Manipura chakra, someone’s up to the Anahata chakra, someone’s up to the Vishuddhi, someone’s up to the Agya chakra and someone’s up to the Sahasrara chakra. Although Kundalini rises and descends in these seven chakras in daily yoga practice, it takes a lot of practice to keep the Kundalini on one chakra for a long time. Your Kundalini will also go to Sahasrara every day, but it will remain in Sahasrar for the same amount of time you meditate on Sahasrara during yoga practice. When Kundalini starts staying in Sahasrara continuously, throughout the day, for many days and without any yoga practice, then only it will be considered as ascended to Sahasrara. This is also called the prana rising or pranotthan. In this man is full of divine qualities. Animals become aware of this state of man. When I am close to this stage, animals start to sniff me strangely and show other reactions. There’s maximum probability of kundalini awakening during this phase. For this, sexual yoga helps a lot. It is not necessary that all these experiences happen only when there is Kundalini awakening. Every Kundalini yogi always has these experiences. Many do not understand them, many cannot feel them properly, and many cannot separate them from other minor experiences. This probably happens when Kundalini yoga is not practiced daily or regularly for long periods of time. On leaving the practice, the experiences related to Kundalini reach the normal level of the beginning. I’ll give an example. While taking a bath, wherever the touch of water in any part of the body is felt with meditation, that sensation is felt with a shrinkage going through the back to the Sahasrar. It is evident from this that the Sushumna Nadi lies in the spinal cord, because it carries all the sensations of the body to the brain. The difference between Kundalini awakening and Kundalini yoga is only in the amount of experience, not the nature of the experience. In Kundalini awakening, the Kundalini experience reaches the highest level, and other experiences related to it can also reach the highest level. After the momentary glimpse of kundalini awakening, one is again an ordinary kundalini Yogi, not more.

Meditation at Tip

Meditation at Tip is a shortened form of the Vajroli Kriya. It can be called as partial vajroli. In this, the semen is not thrown out, but carried on the penis tip or Vajrashikha, and then it is brought back up. It is as if without ejaculation the sexual sensation is increased to near its peak sensation, and then intercourse is stopped. It is such that even if a little intercourse is done after that last upper limit, then the ejaculation occurs due to uncontrolled force of genital orgasm. This technique is popular among today’s tantrics especially Buddhist tantrics. It’s also very impressive and powerful. This technique has come from the Shiva Puran story of Agnidev where in he becoming a pigeon as described in the previous article. It is also more secure, because it does not require much expertise and practice like full Vajroli, and there is no fear of infection etc. Actually, the mystical stories written in the form of metaphors in Shiva Purana are the basic foundations of the world wide Tantra.

The body and its parts should be respected as deities

It is mentioned in the Tantra scriptures that all the deities reside in the vagina. That is why the yoni is worshiped in the Kamakhya temple. With this all the deities are worshiped on their own. Actually this happens only because of the tremendous energy of Muladhara. In fact, this is what gives energy to the mooladhara. One experiences the Kundalini picture there due to this tremendous amount of energy. Because the mind is comprised of all the deities, and Kundalini is the essence or representative of the whole mind, that is why it is called so. Therefore some of the sexual parts of the metaphor described in the previous article should not be taken for granted or shouldn’t be misunderstood or misinterpreted. According to the philosophy of Physiology, all the parts of the body are in the form of gods. According to the Puranas too, all the parts of the body are gods. All 33 billion deities reside in the body. This means that every cell of the body is a god form. This also implies that serving and caring for the body is tantamount to worshiping all the deities. This all has been proved with facts in the book ‘sharirvigyan darshan’. This body is the essence of all the Puranas and the philosophy of Physiology or sharirvigyan darshan. The Puranas were written in ancient times, but the philosophy of physiology is modern. Therefore, no part of the body should be insulted. Insulting bodily parts insults the deities. By doing this the deities do not help in destroying the ignorance or demon Tarakasur, which delays the liberation of man unnecessarily. Many people get upset in the name of religion because of comparing a deity to a part of the body. It means considering the body and its parts as inferior to god. On one hand they are pleasing the deity, but on the other they are also displeasing the god.

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

Kundalini is Goddess Sita and soul is Lord Rama

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

All Puranas give mythological and metaphorical description to Kundalini Yoga

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

Importance of metaphor in spirituality

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

Kundalini meditation-penance is called as Shiva or Ishta meditation-penance grossly

Kundalini shy away from meeting her beloved Shiva like a woman filled with shame, and being unmarried for innumerable ages and births, wanders like crazy in her chaotic pursuit

Friends, in the previous post, I was referring to Shiva Purana to tell that Parvati was shying back while meeting Shiva, but was also smiling with joy. Actually the same happens with Kundalini or the living entity. As Kundalini begins to unite with Shiva, she withdraws in panic and shyness. Although she enjoys it too much, and later she regrets why she backed out. This is the momentary awakening of Kundalini possibly that happened to me, by the grace of Shiva and by the grace of Guru. Now I don’t even remember that experience. So it seems to me that something had happened and I was completely open at that time. It is quite possible that this type of Kundalini story has been written in the form of this Shiva story or Shiva Katha. Even if it is not written, it does not matter, because as happens in the gross world, so happens in the subtle world also. No difference. “Yatpinde Tatbrahmande” in Sanskrit. When Shiva consumed Kamadeva, he himself disappeared. This made Parvati extremely distraught with separation. All the time she was lost in the remembrance of Shiva. She could not find any joy anywhere. Her life had become dull. Seeing her condition, Parvatraj or Mountain king Himachal also became sad. He lovingly consoled his daughter Parvati by placing her on his lap. One day Narada Muni came to meet Parvati and explained to Parvati that she had not destroyed her ego, that is why Shiva disappeared. Then told her that Shiva wants to destroy her ego for her good, that is why he had turned away from her. Narada asked Parvati to do penance to end her ego. When Parvati asked for a mantra from Narada for penance, Narada gave her the Shiva Panchakshara mantra. It is “Om Namah Shivaya” a famous mantra.

Revelation of the above allegorical or metaphoric story

This phenomenon is visible in many love affairs. Once there is a mental sexual relationship, then there is an immense attraction towards each other. The man constantly tests his girlfriend. He wants to see her crazy in his love. He wants to see her completely loyal and devoted to him. Many restrained men even want the woman to propose him herself and even bring her doli (bride’s chariot) of her marriage to his house on her own. This is not a joke, it is a psychological reality. It is inspired by Kundalini. If this is not the case, they do not even refrain from abandoning the woman. A highly spiritual man like Shiva, even after coming very close to the woman, restrains himself and saves himself from wrongdoing. They do not even talk to the woman and take their own separate path in life. It is like the disappearance of Shiva. Due to this, the woman suffers like a fish without water in the memory of the lover. The same happened with Parvati too. The man also settles her memory in his mind and gets engaged in his work. It is just like Shiva going into a meditative state. Most of the men already appear devoid of ego like Shiva. In most of the cases, only the woman has the ego of form, quality and property. I’m not showing gender discrimination here. I’m only showing the natural truth. Exceptions are everywhere, somewhere more, somewhere less. For this reason the man goes away from her, because where is the union of fire and water. Later on, when the ego of a woman is destroyed by the blows of worldliness, then she meets that loving man again by chance. However, most of the women have settled their own separate household. Unlike Parvati waiting for Shiva, it is rare that she keeps on waiting for her lover throughout her life. Still, a woman receives emotional benefits from her true lover man as a sister, friend, etc., or through any humane relationship. The mixed mental power of both of lovers is automatically passed on to their children, either they marry or not. This is the cosmic union of Shiva-Parvati, and the birth of Lord Kartikeya in the form of psychic power.

Sahasrar is the place where the Ganges descends in the Himalayas

Parvati meditates at the same place where she had a courtship with Shiva. That place is the Sahasrara Chakra itself. That’s the place of Kundalini awakening. The verse “Ganga of love” is so popular. In fact, the energy that ascends through the sushumna in the back with love is the Ganges of love. Kundalini mounted on the Sahasrara Chakra, and began to experience the bliss of Advaita. It has been written in such a way that Parvati started doing penance in Sahasrar. Tapas means meditation of Kundalini in Sahasrar. This is also the meditation of Shiva, because in Sahasrar Shiva definitely comes to meet Kundalini later or sooner, which means Kundalini awakening definitely takes later or sooner. Tapas done for kundalini meditation is grossly called as tapas done for meditation of Shiva, because ultimately Kundalini is leading to Shiva only. This again proves the theme of this blog that Kundalini meditation is everything or one and all. penance is done only for meditation. Therefore, tapas can also be called dhyana yoga or kundalini yoga. If tapas or austerity does not lead to meditation, then it is not austerity, it is just a show. Her father Himachal and mother Maneka reach there with their sons and famous mountains to persuade their daughter and stop her from penance. They are saddened by her suffering. They tell her that the recluse Shiva, who consumed Kamadeva, will not come to meet her. Anyway, God doesn’t care about anyone. He is complete in himself. He enjoys himself. It is not an easy task to control such a supreme master. But stubborn devotees like Parvati convince him. Parvati was fully aware of the power of devotion, so she does not believe and keeps on doing penance. Actually the brain is the king Himachal. Such chemicals come out of it, which distract away from penance. This is what Himachal explains to Parvati the wrathful aftermaths of doing penance. It wants to keep the soul entangled in the external world by diverting the attention from the Kundalini or say Shiva. Various mountain peaks are walnut-like bulges of the brain, which control different parts of the body. All these submountains are inside Himachal. The mind or brain remains in fear of losing its power. With the heat of the fire of her penance, the whole universe starts burning. Disturbed by this, all the gods and mountains, taking Brahma along with them, go to her to persuade her and stop her from penance. Actually this body is the whole universe. There is a sumeru mountain in it. It is the abode of all the gods. This body will definitely be badly afflicted by the austerity. It’s natural for brain to stop this all. Brahma lives on Mount Sumeru. Mount Sumeru is called the brain itself. Just as the universe develops from Brahma, so does the body develop from the brain out of its thinking power. Although all the deities reside in the brain, but the most arrogant and powerful deity of the mind is called Brahma that’s called primarily living there. All the demigods pervade the whole body along with the brain, but Brahma resides only in the brain. That is why the abode of Brahma is said to be in Sumeru. Therefore, due to austerity, these physical deities and innumerable living cell-shaped creatures living in this body-like universe are disturbed by being hungry and thirsty. In fact, along with the Kundalini, the prana of the body also goes to Sahasrara. Due to this the body becomes powerless like crippled or like helpless or like dependent. It is natural that the body will then become physically backward. It’s all inside this body-universe or subtle universe. Nothing happens in the outer gross universe. If the external gross creatures and gods had suffered, no one would have survived till today, because lakhs of people do penance every day in the form of meditation. Many yogis do severe penance even in the forests and mountains.

Kundalini as various gods, energy continuum as Shiva, Sahasrar Chakra as banyan tree and Brain is depicted as Mount Kailash

Friends, in the previous post, I was telling how the name ‘Chakra’ got its name. Actually Chakra literally means wheel itself. For example, chariot chakra, water chakra etc. I also explained why chakra is called the center of energy. This is written everywhere about the chakra, but it is not proved why it is said so. It smells of mystery. I proved it scientifically and empirically why it is called so. That is why the name of this website is “Demystifying Kundalini”. It was also proved psychologically that how Kundalini is formed by mixing Prana energy and Manas energy. Actually this mixed form of Prana energy and Manas energy is called Kundalini. This is the shortest definition of Kundalini. This is also called time-space mixing. Prana energy represents Time, and Manas energy represents Space. In this post I will explain how the Sahasrara Chakra is represented as the abode of Shiva.

The gods go to Kailash to persuade Shiva, who is angry with Dakshayagya

Lord Vishnu along with other gods went to Mount Kailash to persuade Shiva, who was angry with Daksha. Apart from humans, that mountain was serviced by eunuchs, apsaras or fairies and yogic sages. That was very high. That was adorned with pearls all around. That seemed strange with many types of metals. That was full of many types of trees and vines. It was surrounded by many types of animals, birds and springs. Siddanganas or wives of accomplished used to reside on its summit with their respective husbands. It was adorned with many types of cisterns, peaks and many types of tree species. Its radiance was as white as silver. That mountain was full of animals like big tigers etc., devoid of horror, full of splendor, divine and causing great wonder. The mountain was surrounded by the holy Ganges river and was extremely serene. Near that Kailash mountain was the divine city of Shiva’s friend Kuber named Alka. Near the same mountain there was a divine forest called Saugandhik, which was adorned with divine trees, and where the wonderful sound of birds etc. was being made. The divine and holy rivers named Nanda and Alaknanda were flowing from outside that mountain, which destroy sins by mere sight. God women come daily from their own world and drink the water of those rivers, and after taking a bath, being attracted by Rati or lust, they live with men. Then leaving behind that Alkapuri and Saugandhik forest, while going forward, those deities saw the banyan tree of Shankar ji nearby. That banyan tree was spreading shade around that mountain. Its branches were spread on three sides. Its circle was a hundred yojana high. It was devoid of nests and barred from heat. It is visible only to the pious souls. It was very delightful, His Holiness, Shiva’s place of yoga, divine, worthy of being consumed or inhabited by yogis, and very perfect. The deities saw Shiva sitting under that banyan tree, which gave shelter to Mahayogamayi and Mumukshu or liberation seeking people. Absorbed in the devotion of Shiva, having a calm body and mind, and being Mahasiddha, who are the sons of Brahma, Sanak etc., were worshiping that Shiva with pleasure. His friend Kubera, who is the leader of the guhyakas and demons, was doing special service to him along with his family and servants. He was wearing the true form of Lord Shiva, the favorite of the ascetics. He seemed to be friend from all over the world with affection, and was equipped with ashes etc. He was sitting on the carton of kusha, a holy grass, and on being asked by Narada etc., he was preaching knowledge to all the listeners gentlemen. He was seated in the truth-beautiful-logic posture with his left foot on his right thigh, and his left hand on his left knee, with a rosary of Rudraksha on his wrist. He tells the matter of supreme knowledge that salvation is not attained by action, but by knowledge. Therefore one should act with non-dual knowledge, which means one should do Karma Yoga. Those who distinguish between him, Brahma and Vishnu, go to hell. Meaning that Lord Shiva negates the discrimination.

Mutual equivalence of Mount Kailash and brain

Mount Kailash is the brain. There not only the common people, nymphs and dance-singing artists enjoy the pleasures, but sages and rishis also get the pleasure of meditation there. It is located at the highest point in the human body. Its manimaya Shikhars or pearly peaks means the many ridges or bulges made of its walnut-like shape, which keep shining with the bright thought-waves of the mind. Various types of metals mean its various structures and colored parts, such as skull bone, white matter beneath it, gray matter beneath it, fluid-soft eyes, ears, nose, teeth etc. The inner part of the brain is also divided into a variety of sizes and colors, such as the pons, hippocampus, pineal gland, etc. Various types of trees and vines mean different types of hair, such as hair of the head, hair of the beard, hair of the mustache, hair of the ear, hair of the nose, etc. You can also add nerve fibers in the list that have varying shapes and sizes. It appears as fibrous flesh on gross viewing. From this it seems that the ancient sages also had a good knowledge of the anatomy of the human body. Its detailed description is in Ayurveda. Many types of animals and birds mean microscopic parasites found entangled in the hair. The meaning of many types of springs is the biological secretion coming out of the glands of the eyes, ears and mouth etc. Visiting Siddhanganas or wives of accomplisheds on its summits means tantric romance by tantra yoginis, from which they derive great pleasure. The place of joy is the mind itself. There are many types of pores or cisterns around the brain, such as eyes, nose, ears etc. The peaks and trees have already been told above. That mountain being like silver means the bright thoughts of the mind full of consciousness. Carnivorois Animals like tiger mean lice, fleas etc. which can hide in the moisture of the hair. ‘Without horror’ means these minute creatures are not horrific. Divinity is in the mind. All divine expressions are accompanied by the functioning of the mind. Kundalini awakening is the most divine, that is why the activity of the brain is at its peak in it. Similarly, the brain is also a model of wonder. In this, there’s the physical expression of life or consciousness. Scientists have not been able to solve this puzzle till date. The river Ganga is the symbol of Sushumna Nadi here. Because she irrigates the Sahasrara, to which the whole brain is attached, that is why it is said to surround the entire mountain. It cleanses the whole brain with energy. The city of Shiva’s friend Kubera ie. Alkapuri has been called Agya Chakra. The word “Alka” is derived from Sanskrit’s Alakshit and Hindi’s Alakh words. It means invisible. The invisible Kundalini is visible from this chakra. That is why it is also called the third eye. In fact, when meditation is done on the Agya Chakra, the Kundalini appears on the Sahasrara. Because Shiva is in the form of Kundalini in the Shiva Purana, that is why Kuber, the arrogant deity of Ajnachakra, is said to be a friend of Shiva. If Shiva is depicted as energy continuum, even then kuber is proved as friend of Shiva for energy continuum is achievable only by means of Kundalini. The agya chakra is a symbol of intelligence. Therefore, it is natural that the wheel of agya chakra is associated with wealth, because wealth is earned only by intelligence. That is why its god Kuber is the richest in the universe. Near that mountain there is a forest called Saugandhik or nice smelling. Because it is being described immediately after Alkapuri, it means that the forest is near to it. That is the nose. Fragrance is experienced inside it, so it is believed that fragrance is being originated in it. Because the fragrance emanates from trees and flowers, the nose has been given the form of a forest. That forest is called divine because, despite being so small in size, it provides all the divine fragrances around the world. An ordinary forest cannot do this. The follicles or hair located in it can be considered as the divine tree. They are called divine because they are so small in size and few in number yet they help in providing divine fragrances around the world. They also provide protection to the odor-receptor cells. It may be that in the mythological era, the nose-hair was considered the only responsible for the aroma. There was a wonderful sound of birds etc. in that forest. That sound is actually the slow sound of breathing. It cannot be called sweet voice. That’s why it is called wonderful. Outside that mountain there are two rivers named Nanda and Alaknanda, ie. Ida and Pingala. The spinal cord is connected with the brain. If the spinal cord or vertebral column is called the mountains at the bottom, then the brain is made up of the mountain tops. Sushumna flows in it. She is called Ganga. Ida nadi flows outside the spinal cord to the left of it. Through this, man enjoys materialistic, limited, logical and judgmental or critical enjoyment of worldliness. That is why its name is Nanda or visibly enjoying. The second Nadi or channel, which is Pingala, flows on the right side of the mountain or vertebral column called Alaknanda. Through this man enjoys a status as spiritual, as void or space or sky, as darkness, as irrational or illogical, as unlimited, as nonjudgmental. Its name is Alaknanda or invisibly enjoying. As mentioned above, the word Alak is indicative of Alakh or Alakshit or non sensual. Because the sky is inexhaustible due to being infinite, that is why pingala’s name is Alaknanda, which means the bliss of Alakshit or invisible or undefined. Sins are destroyed by the sight of both the rivers. The river alone is not being talked about, but both the rivers are being talked about together. This means that by the simultaneous functioning of the left and the right brain, Advaita arises, which is the formlessness itself. Duality is the greatest sin, and non-duality is the greatest sinlessness. God women mean here noble women of a good and well-mannered household. Because they are affluent, they do not get caught up in the mess of worldliness. This keeps them immersed in the joy of Advaita or nonduality. The joy of this Advaita is depicted by the metaphoric writer in the form of drinking the water of both the rivers. They have a beautiful and graceful body. While bathing, Kundalini energy rises through their back, as I mentioned in a previous post. The same happens with those god-women as well. As the Mooladhara’s energy climbs up, their Mooladhara becomes powerless. It is only to give energy to Muladhara that they are attracted to Rati or pure lust, and lives with men. According to another metaphor, the god’s women are symbols of beautiful and human thoughts. Such thoughts are accompanied by Advaita bhava, that is, with them both the Ida and Pingala nadis flow. When both these nadis flow very fast, only then the divine sexual feeling is awakened. This is done only to give energy to Muladhara, because the energy of Muladhara keeps on climbing up through non-dualism. The non-material based Kundalini picture starts developing in the brain due to non-duality. Non material based means that kundalini image is fully mind based without any physical copy or counterpart outside. It requires a lot of energy, because being out of the reach of the senses, it does not get the support of the physical senses to strengthen itself like ordinary mental images. To fulfill this need, the energy rises up from the base chakra. Rati play done in that situation is very pleasurable and soul-developing, that means energy is flowing by means of it. Entering sushumna channel, this energy reaches Sahasrara.

Along with Kundalini, the brain also develops well from muladhar energy. That is why it is said that Kundalini is very important for the rapid development of mankind. The above Kundalini rituals can also be called tantric rituals. When a man is away from worldliness, has sufficient accumulated amount of energy in muladhar chakra due to low consumption, and his energy is already flowing in the sushumna, he is in a sadhu or sage state. He does not have much interest in Ratikrida or lustful play. Those women come from Devlok or god abode, meaning those human thoughts come out of the mind and start performing the work of worldliness with a non-dual spirit. This is said to be bathing in the Nanda and Alaknanda rivers by the goddesses. The gods and goddesses are themselves symbols of non-duality always. In ordinary people filled with duality, the upward effect of this energy is less marked. Therefore, their sensual feeling is only a momentary pleasure, which is called sex. Due to the duality in them, there is no Kundalini in their mind. Therefore, the energy of Muladhara does not climb up due to lack of need. That is why the energy of Muladhara is not conserved but gets destroyed. You can call Kundalini as the sexual-energy storing and delivering battery. Divinity resides in the mind itself. After crossing Saugandhik forest and Alkapuri, all the deities come to a banyan tree, whose branches spread over the entire mountain and cast shadow. Actually, Kundalini is depicted in the form of all those deities. The whole creation resides in the mind. It means that all the deities reside in the mind, because it is the deities who run the universe. Within a single Kundalini picture or meditation picture, the whole mind is absorbed in the same way as a sugar grain contains a whole sack of sugar or a whole sugarcane field. If someone wants to see sugar, then we do not pick up the whole sack of sugar but take one grain of sugar. This makes the job a lot easier. The amount of energy that can lift a sugar sack one foot high, the same amount of energy can lift a sugar grain thousands of feet high. Whatever work will be done with a sack of sugar, the same work will be done with a grain of sugar. Similarly, if the mind is to be taken up to Sahasrara to be united with Shiva, then we do not carry the whole world of the mind but carry only the Kundalini. This makes the task of reconciliation of Shiva-Mana or Shiva-Jiva very easy. The amount of energy with which the whole mind can be raised from the Muladhara to the Swadhisthana chakra or lower, the same amount of energy can elevate the Kundalini to the Sahasrara. What is the need of mind containing a heap of innumerable pictures, when the same thing will be done with a single Kundalini picture sorted out of that heap. Many deities have been shown in place of Kundalini, so that it can add interestingness and mystery to this psychological narrative. The banyan tree is sahasrara, because sahasrara is connected to the whole brain through nadis. Those nadis can be called branches of the tree of Sahasrara Chakra.  Its branches were spread on three sides, it means that from the Sahasrara to the left brain, right brain and then forward down to the front channel, energy is transmitted in three directions. It is getting energy from the back channel located in back and below direction. It is in the fourth direction, which we can call the trunk or root of that tree. Energy always flows from the root to the branches. Its upper extension is said to be 100 yojan high, which is a distance of around one thousand miles. It’s a big height reaching the outer space. Actually it means that the Sahasrara Chakra is associated with the energy continuum, which extends into the eternal sky. Probably, one thousand mark has been chosen as sahasrar itself literally means one thousand branches. It is barred from the nest, meaning no normal creature can reach there. It was barred from heat, which meant the very calm Sahasrara Chakra. The duality from which heat is created was not there at all. It was very delightful. This means that the beauty of all places is due to Sahasrara. At delightful places the energy gets condensed in the Sahasrar, that is why those places seem delightful. That’s why you must have seen that after roaming in a delightful place, the body does not feel like working for some time due to exhaustion. This happens because most of the body’s energy has gone to Sahasrara. After roaming in the delightful place, one becomes refreshed and serene. The old burden of sins seems to have been removed. That is why there is so much craze for tourism in the world. Pilgrimage also involves this very same principle. All this happens because of the Sahasrara Chakra. That is why it is called His Holiness. Only virtuous souls can see that tree. There is nothing surprising in this, it is clear from experience that the Kundalini consciousness falls down due to acts of violence etc., and rises up by virtue of humanity. It was divine. All divinity happens only in the Sahasrar Chakra. The word divine is derived from diva or light. The origin of light is the Sahasrara and the eternal energy associated with it. It was yogamayi or full of yoga and was the favorite abode of yogis and Shiva. Shiva is also a yogi. Connection or yoga with Brahman or energy continuum is possible only in Sahasrara. Obviously, Mumukshu people who desire salvation will go there, because it is possible to get rid of limited consciousness only in Sahasrara. Shiva was sitting at the root of that tree. Brahma or the unbroken energy or energy continuum is called Shiva here. He was in the guise of being dear to the ascetics. Meaning that he was in the form of non-dual form of unbroken energy, which is liked by the ascetics. Where did ordinary people immersed in duality start liking him? The sons of Brahma, Sanatkumar, etc., who are always absorbed in the meditation of Brahma, are said to be worshiping Shiva, because Shiva is also the greatest Tantrayogi of the universe. By concentrating on Ajna Chakra and Mooladhara, the prana energy gets channelized and centralized and comes to Sahasrara. It is said by Kubera to serve Shiva along with his guhyka or low level servants and family members. The Guhyak here symbolizes the Muladhara, as the Mooladhara and the Agya chakra are intertwined. Guhyaks are also dark tamoguni like Muladhara. The family members of Kubera are symbols of the prana or psychic energy scattered all around in the brain. The family members are under the control of the head of the family. Vatsalya or child-affection will be there in Shiva only. Lord Shiva, the lord of infinite consciousness, will think us as children with limited consciousness.. He was having bhasma or ash put on his body. Bhasma is a symbol of detachment, essence and loyalty. The essence of the whole world lies in the ashes. Why Shiva, who enjoys in the unbroken and unlimited energy, will like the limited energy called as world? Many people take inspiration from Shiva for Tantra Yoga and attain Kundalini awakening. This is depicted as preaching of divine knowledge of enlightenment by Shiva to his devotees.

Kundalini is hungry for sentiments of love, respect, and surrender that are worth gaining through Yoga or social relations or both together

The story of Shiva-Sati and Daksha-yajna of Shiva Purana showing the supreme importance of Kundalini Yoga

Friends, this week I got a new insight. There is a famous story in Shiv Purana. Prajapati Daksha, who was the son of Brahma, got his daughter Sati married to Lord Shiva, inspired by Shiva’s desire and the recommendation of his father. Once a meeting of sages and kings was taking place at a place of pilgrimage. Lord Shankar was also sitting in that meeting. Then Brahma also came there. Everyone stood in his honor and bowed to him. But Lord Shiva remained silent. Due to this, Daksha got very angry with him, and started calling him good and bad. The matter did not end there. The fire of anger and revenge in Daksha’s mind was not extinguished. So he organized a huge yagya to humiliate Shiva. In it, he called all his relatives, all the gods of creation and special people except his son-in-law Shiva. When Sati saw her sisters going somewhere dressed up, she asked her friend where they were going. When Parvati came to know about her father Daksha’s yajna, she went to her husband Shiva and asked her to go. Shiva told that Daksha is hostile to him, so he did not call him intentionally. Sati then said that according to the scriptures, no invitation is needed to visit the father, guru and friend. Then Shiva replied that her point was right, but Daksha’s point was different, he would insult him there and insult done by loved ones is greater than death. But Sati did not agree and went there. Seeing no place and part of her husband Shiva there, she became very angry and started reprimanding her father Daksha. Sati described Shiva as the real and greatest deity. Daksha did not talk to her nor did he allow others to do so. Then when Sati did not remain silent, then he called Shiva against the Vedas, who lives with the ghosts and named Sari as wife of the filthy Shiva. Then Sati, thinking what face she would show to Shiva and what would she answer when he would call her Dakshayani or Daksha-daughter, gave up her body through the science of yoga and entered the fire of Yagya. Due to his grief, 10,000 Shivaganas in anger amputated their limbs with their weapons and died. When the remaining ganas attacked the Yagya, they fought with the Ribhu Devas who were created by the sages from the Yagya. At the same time there was Akashvani or space call which started reprimanding Daksha. He described Sati as the mother of all, the creator of all creation including the sun and moon, the most beloved of Shiva, the half-body form of Shiva, the giver of wealth and liberation, the giver of all happiness, and the most respected. He reprimanded Daksha for not respecting Sati. At that time the Ribhus drove away the Shiva ganas, but later the other dreadful ganas of Shiva came and destroyed the Daksha yagya. That Sati became the wife of Shiva again in her next birth by the name Parvati.

Kundalini Shakti is depicted as Sati, the working mind Brahma, and the ghostly soul Shiva

Now let us understand the secret of the above story. Actually Kundalini is Goddess Sati. Shiva is like the void sky. Both get their power by staying together. Being apart is the same as not being. That means both live together. Shiva gets his radiance from Sati. From Shiva, Sati attains stability or eternality or immortality, and omnipresence. Now here are some philosophical issues that are often overlooked. Man does great religious work, but ignores Kundalini Yoga. Such people are like Prajapati Daksha, who has to go to hell like him. The importance of Kundalini Yoga is hidden in this story. Brothers, what is Kundalini now, the same question arises in every post. There are many pictures in my mind. Now who should be considered as Kundalini? So the answer becomes that during Tantric sex yoga or Panchamkar yoga, which emerges most strongly and easily in the mind, that picture is Kundalini. Because Kundalini is formed only when a picture of the mind connects with the sexual energy located in the root. That picture is a Kundalini picture, not a normal picture of the mind. The second hallmark of Kundalini is that with it the emptiness, and the vastness, also dominates within the man. It is Shiva or the soul, who is said to be the companion of ghosts. Ghost is also called death. Emptiness and wideness are the main attributes of death. Due to this Shiva or the soul became the companion of the ghosts. The third identity of Kundalini is that it is a pure mental picture. It means that it is not available in physical form. By meeting it in physical form, that picture does not remain Kundalini, because thousands of defects are visible in material things. Where will the thing with defects be able to shine in the mind? That is why the mental picture of a deity or a guru is made Kundalini. Due to the special respect to the Guru, the fault is not visible in the physical form of the Guru. The fourth identity of Kundalini is that when a non-dual feeling arises in the mind, only a single Kundalini picture starts shining rapidly in the mind. This happens because Advaita Bhava is the same as zero sky. Meaning it is Shiva Bhava. Sati will reach there by any means, because she is in the form of half the body of Shiva. If still you do not know the Kundalini, then I cannot do anything. Hahaha. The same is written in Shiv Puran which I was talking about in the previous posts that Kundalini, along with spiritual liberation, also provides material progress and enjoyment. The whole world is in the from the mind only. What has been said that the whole creation that originates from it, it is all the sprawling of the mind. The whole creation is only in the mind spread inside this football-shaped head, there is nothing outside. And brothers, being the most important representative of the mind, we can also call Kundalini as the mind. So does it not happen from Kundalini itself, the origin and destruction of the whole universe. Daksha here symbolizes the secondary or officiating or working mind engaged in action. He performs various types of yagya to gain fame and merit in the world. He worships various types of deities. From it, Kundalini arises in the mind fuelled by the non-dual spirit. That is his dearest daughter Sati. Shiva wishes to marry her, meaning he induces Kundalini to awaken. It also comes that the pair of Shiva-Sati is eternal, they keep on separating only for the sake of Leela or drama, and keep getting married. That is why Sati became Parvati in the next birth and again became the wife of Shiva. It clearly means that the soul is separated from God, and also merges in him again and again. Daksha, respecting Shiva’s wish, marries Sati to Shiva, which means Kundalini awakens, Daksha means the secondary mind, which is fully enjoying this marriage. Brahma also persuades Daksha to get Sati married to Shiva. It means that the one who is the main or original mind in the form of Brahma, wants to become as big as possible by increasing the creation within himself. He knows that in union with God he will become the greatest. That is why he inspires the busy mind i.e. Daksha for Kundalini awakening. Brahma here symbolizes the original mind. Then Daksha does not invite Sati to the Yagya. This means that after Kundalini awakening, the working mind does not perform Kundalini Yoga and gets busy with the worldly affairs. It is clear that even if Kundalini Yoga is not done after Kundalini awakening, then it is possible to fall. Then the one whose Kundalini has not been awakened, why should he not do it. Daksha did not call Shiva, meaning he did not imbibe non-dualism. Sati went alone to meet Daksha, meaning Kundalini comes again and again in his mind to see if she is respected or not. Shiva will come with her only when she is given respect i.e. by doing so Shiva will also be respected by imbibing Advaita Bhava as kundalini and nonduality remain together. The due respect to Kundalini or Sati will be given by Kundalini Yoga. Daksha did not respect Kundalini, meaning he did not do Kundalini Yoga. Sati committed self-immolation, meaning Kundalini was destroyed. Along with her, the Shiva following ghostly bodies also committed self-immolation, which means that many qualities of Shiva disappeared from the secondary mind or Daksha. Ganas or ghostly bodies can also be called beautiful thoughts. These reside with Kundalini, and are generated with the help or background light of Shiva. The remaining ganas attacked the yajna, meaning worldly disturbances came from the wrath of the Lord. The Ribhus produced by the Yagya drove away the Ganas, meaning Daksha was saved from the merits of good deeds. Later even Ribhu Dev could not save from the great ganas of Shiva, that means at the time of death, Daksha’s good deeds did not work for him, and Shiva also did not support him due to lack of Kundalini. Shivaganas severed Daksha’s head, meaning Daksha had to die without liberation. Then Shiva put the goat’s head on him, from which he started praising Shiva by making the sound of ‘Bain-Bain’ or ‘Bam-Bam’. Meaning, due to the partial influence of Kundalini, Daksha was reborn as a devotee of Shiva, from which he became free while worshiping Shiva. Goat has no ego. It is the epitome of devotion, because it keeps memorizing its owner through bain-bain sound. It means that one who does not respect Kundalini by Kundalini Yoga, he becomes a devotee in the next life. Bhakti or devotion makes up for his lack of yoga. When a man cannot do Tantric Kundalini Yoga in old age, childhood and in the state of illness, at that time only devotion is his support. Through devotion, he keeps his mind constantly engaged in the Ishta or favored. I don’t see any difference between love and respect. Love and respect are really like synonyms. True respect comes from love. Respect without love is respect for pretense or coercion. That’s why there is a proverb in the Pahari or Hilly language, “Moond mek rau daal ni karaundi”. This means that one cannot be bowed down through bending his head. Where knowledge ends, devotion begins. Lord Ved Vyas composed 17 Puranas. The knowledge of the whole creation and of God was filled in these. But he did not get satisfaction. That is why he composed the eighteenth devotional Purana Shrimad Bhagavatam in the last. Then his Kundalini stabilized, which gave him ultimate satisfaction. But doing devotion directly is also difficult. Real devotion comes only after knowledge. Those who are of loving nature since childhood, they appear to be Kundalini yogis of previous births. Kundalini yoga should not be considered limited to yoga with asana pranayama. It can also happen on its own due to natural reasons. There should be no difficulty in having respect for the Kundalini. It is a mental picture, a spiritual picture. There is no trace of physicality in it. Impurity is possible only in material things. The impurity is only physical. It is mostly made up of harmful liabilities (bodily filthiness, hatred, anger etc.). There is no physical object in the sky or in the void. That is why Kundalini is revered in any condition, no matter in whatever form it may be. That is why the spiritual or nondual person is made the guru in most cases, because he does not have impurities or defects like the sky. Nonduality is quality of sky. Blame arises out of selfishness. The sky does not need anything because it is imperishable, so it does not have faults. The characters of Doordarshan also seem dear and respected because they are as pure as the sky. They are nothing more than a picture made in the mind. They doesn’t make any sense to us physically. There are many responsibilities associated with the physical form. That’s why many people become so crazy about these characters that they do not know what to do for them. If such people do spiritual practice by making them Kundalini, then why not get success.

Love, respect and Surender is the backbone of humanity

The difference between love, respect and dedication is only there in the form of amount of emotion, although all three are the same. We also do love with children. Love for special people combined with respect makes it thicker. One also adds surrender to the very special and closest to the heart. This makes love of the highest order. Kundalini is like this type of very special being that’s hungry for love or surrender of the highest order. Whatever we aspire to surrender to ourselves from others, we do it only for the sake of our Kundalini. I had seen the high level of dedication of people towards their inborn king Bahubali in the movie Bahubali. Movies with superhumans or superheroes are good because the Kundalini is strengthened by the incidents of surrender in them. Similarly, at the time of my momentary awakening, the people present there felt devoted to me. My Kundalini felt that sense of surrender and she was awakened. If I had not been doing Tantric Kundalini Yoga, they would not have been surrendered to the Kundalini in a way and the Kundalini would not have been awakened by it. Female-love and romantic love increase the Kundalini, because there is surrender in it. If the romantic love is of a tantric type, then it inflames the Kundalini even more. That is why the scriptures are full of stories filled with devotion and love. Devotion is also surrender. That is why it is said that where knowledge is defeated, there devotion wins. It is for this surrender that love and courtesy are of great importance in Hindu scriptures. That is why Kundalini culture is an ideal humanistic culture, because it is full of love, respect and surrender, which are the main qualities of humanity. Ancient Aryan culture was one such ideal culture. People of today’s generation take these things as a joke. That’s why even a YouTube channel with a video game recording gets hundreds of thousands of followers in a few months, and this Kundalini blog full of knowledge and science has not even got five hundred in three years. I am not self-praising, nor do I intend to increase followers, but I am sharing the picture of the pathetic condition of today’s society. I am nothing. I am just a mere tan seconds man, meaning all my spiritual experiences have been around ten seconds. Hahaha.

Lack of surrender can be filled with tantra yoga

The prohibition of non-vegetarian and alcohol in Hindu scriptures is to protect this spirit of surrender. Poor pet animals are completely devoted to man, but man strangles them. This is just throttling the spirit of surrender. According to this, better than this is the hunting in the forest or lake. Poor creatures showing surrender will not be deceived. This is a philosophical rumination, not to be taken too seriously. Similarly, drinking also reduces surrender, because it causes a person to misbehave unknowingly. Panchamkari tantra science can work here. Tantra science does not expect much more from surrender. It by force subdues the Kundalini and awakens it. It is like subduing Kundalini by rape. However, there is some need of surrender, as I had, as I mentioned above. If surrender is to be completely ignored, then tantric yoga must be very powerful. By the way, when the body of a tantra yogi becomes weak and a higher degree of tantra yoga cannot be done, then ultimately he has to be dependent on devotion or surrender. This is the victory of devotion over knowledge here. Although he attains devotion very quickly, but then he has to improve his eating habits and conduct.

Complete surrender is the culmination of Kundalini Yoga in the form of awakening of Kundalini

Kundalini yoga begins by forcing a loving relationship with the Kundalini. Gradually that love becomes easy. Then, over time, respect is also added to it, and it becomes stronger. With the passage of a lot of time doing Kundalini yoga continuously, devotion to Kundalini is also added with love and respect. Then finally the devotion to Kundalini increases so much that the Yogi becomes one with the Kundalini. This is called Kundalini awakening. Of course, Kundalini awakening can be gotten in one stroke through Tantra Yoga, but later on to make Kundalini awakening permanent, one has to go through this long sequence of yogasadhana. Therefore, whether Kundalini awakening has happened or not, everyone should continue to do Kundalini yoga. Those who have not done awakening, they get success soon, because they do not have the ego and are also fond of getting new experiences. There is not so much interest in getting the same experience again as it is in getting a new experience.

Kundalini Tantra accepted as scientific by lord Shiva

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

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

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

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

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

There was never any mass dispute among Hindus about spirituality

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

Partial idealism is also responsible for the decline of Hinduism

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

Kundalini grows best in confluence

Mount Karol

Rati is the daughter of Daksha and granddaughter of Brahma

Friends, the previous post was a bit short, this time get relaxed to read the longread article. In the previous post, I had called Rati the daughter of Brahma. In fact she is the daughter of Daksha. The matter is the same, because Daksha is the mind-son of Brahma. Daksha means skillful. When a man adopts in his mind the determination of mastery in worldliness i.e. Karma Yoga, then a Kundalini is born in his mind. This is the birth of Rati i.e. Kundalini from the sweat of Daksha i.e. Karmayoga. This is what I have written in the previous post also that Kundalini has to be developed by first being born through Karma Yoga, then only it can be successfully aligned with dedicated Tantra Yoga for final awakening.

Religion or Dharma is a symbol of wisdom

According to the legend, Dharma tried to stop Brahma from having romance with Sandhya, but he did not stop. Then Dharma pleaded with Shiva to stop Brahma. Dharma or Vivek or Wisdom is also the mind-son of Brahma. This too is a form of thought of mind, of course, the intellect is said to be superior to the mind. It really is the knowledge of good and bad. But a man suffering from sexism often does not listen to it. When Dharma sees that things are not working for him, then he remembers Shiva in the form of Kundalini. He appears at the same time and prevents the man from doing wrong. That is why it is said that God or Kundalini is beyond the intellect. Where even the intellect or mind is lost, there is benefit by remembering the Kundalini. If Kundalini is always remembered by daily yoga practice, then what to say?

Sandhya Kaal is a symbol of Advaita

Sandhya woman is a metaphor of Sandhya Kaal (Dusk and Dawn), this is indicated by a verse in which it is written that Kamadeva was being adorned with Rati like lightning shining with clouds in the sandhya time or evening. The word sandhya is derived from the Sanskrit word sandhi, which means union. In the evening all the opposite sentiments are united. In this way Sandhya is equivalent to God or Advaita. Due to the balance of day and night in the evening, man also becomes balanced. In fact, in the evening, the degrees of day and night are equal. In the evening, the left and right brain of a man starts moving equally. Its yin and yang become equal. Equal breath starts flowing through both his nostrils. The yoga technique of connecting prana and apana that I described in the previous post is also similar to sandhya. In fact, wherever two mutually opposite feelings join together, it becomes Sandhya. In that calm state all work especially spiritual work becomes more successful. The evening and morning sandhya are so much associated with the worship that the act of worship is itself called doing Sandhya. Similarly, the eclipse period is also a sandhya period. The work done in it gives manifold results. That is why it is said that only good and spiritual works should be done during the eclipse period. In the olden times, the kings used to leave the kingdom immediately and go to the forest for penance. Even the initial period of a few days of exile was like a great Sandhya time for them. At that time they used to wake up their Kundalini quickly by doing Kundalini Sadhana. In the same way, the darkness created by the Panchamkaras is entered into their luminous mind as made by yoga practice by tantrics, which creates a better artificial sandhya time. In that, they attain many siddhis or accomplishments, Kundalini awakening is also one of them. The Ganges and Yamuna rivers meet at the confluence or Sangam of Allahabad. These two rivers have opposite qualities. This makes a very good Sandhya spot. That is why the confluence is considered very sacred. Yogis go to deep mountains and forests for yoga practice because there they feel the confluence. In many religions, the virgin girl is worshiped because in the girl there is a confluence of both man and woman.

One gets pleasure from traveling in the sandhya, but Kundalini development is there only for the yogi

Due to the increase in the beauty of a man, he can easily become a victim of lust in the sandhya. The main reason for this is that in the mind of the romantic lover, the Kundalini of the form of his romantic partner resides. In the sandhya it starts shining brightly. At that time, if such a person is in the company of immoral people, then he can take wrong steps under the influence of sex driven by sexual Kundalini. It can be unsocial and together can also cause great loss to the Kundalini of his mind. But if he is in the company of virtuous friends and people, then while under their influence, he cannot take any wrong step. He controls the Kundalini, is not in the control of the Kundalini. Due to this his Kundalini progressively grows leading him to Kundalini awakening or directly to enlightenment. This is an example and relates to every worldly indulgence. That is why it is said to be in a spiritual atmosphere in the evening time. Anyway, people go out for a walk on the mall in the evening. Bliss comes from the accumulation of extravagant thoughts from here and there, but it only increases the illusion in the form of worldly duality. Yogis are easily recognizable in such times. The effect of Kundalini on his face gives a special glow and calmness. In the evening, due to the equal and efficient working of both the hemispheres of the brain, mental power is at its peak.

If the common man gets confusion from the sandhya time worldly work, the Tantrayogi strengthens the Kundalini

In fact Brahma is a common man. Everything has its origin in the mind of man. There is nothing outside. These mountains, oceans, moons, stars are all a product of the mind. Similarly, the time of sandhya was also made in the mind. To awaken sex consciousness in the sandhya means to be attached to the sandhya goddess. Later feeling ashamed, Sandhya thought of renouncing her body while doing penance. This means that she was going to lose her true Sacred form. Then Gods like Brahma, Shiva etc. got her married to the spiritual sage Vasistha. Means that the sandhya time was again fixed for spiritual work. Tantric rituals are an exception to this. Of course they may seem material and worldly from outside, but from inside they are spiritual. That is why most of the tantric rituals are also preferred to be done in the sandhya. Kamadeva was cursed by Brahma to be burnt to ashes and destroyed, because he had troubled the sages and the deities in the sandhya time. So this is a matter of fear for the common man, because he lives only on indulgence. Anyway, man remains tired in the evening sandhya time due to the whole day’s work. Similarly, waking up in the morning sandhya time, one remains having lethargy caused by sleep. This is the boon of Shiva given to sandhya that indulgence work will not disturb her. Meaning that at that time man’s material desires and sexual desires get destroyed. In a way, the kama or indulgence is tiring, the whole of it is not destroyed. Only tantra yogis can do complete destruction of kama. Therefore, this time is a boon for tantra yogis, because they ultimately want to attain knowledge by destroying lust. They first create Kama or lust with their Tantra Vidya, then destroy the same Kama with their stronger turned Kundalini. They give the power of sex to their Kundalini. The common man does not know the technique of converting the energy generated by sex into Kundalini, so that energy creates confusion with colorful thoughts. The second meaning comes from this that Shiva gives himself as a boon. Shiva is a cool and void form, what does he have to give except himself? But when Shiva is found, then everything is found by itself. Shiva is in the form of Kundalini Rati. Therefore, by Kundalini yoga, the kama itself is destroyed.

Kundalini takes energy from Kama and finally destroys Kama, then revives Kama

Now look at the kama itself. He was so infatuated with Rati that he did not even care about the curse placed on him by Brahma, and he agreed to marry Rati under the instigation of the gods. This was the beginning of it being consumed, because ultimately the Kundalini, the Rati, has to destroy the Kama. Now it is not surprising that Kundalini rati is given the name Shiva, because Shiva and Shakti are essentially the same. Shiva consumed Kama, meaning Kundalini consumed Kama. Now if someone says how can it be that Rati is also Kundalini and Shiva is also Kundalini. So its explanation is that Rati is actually a feeling of the mind, but Shiva is the reality. Although both can be expressions of the mind, but I am talking about the relativity of these two. Meaning that relatively Shiva is more real than Rati. Similarly, Rati is more emotional or mind form than Shiva. If Shiva is in the form of an idol kept in the temple, then Rati is in the form of his meditation in mind. Rati means strong affection. Now in Shivpuran, it’s obvious that one will have attachment to Shiva only and not to any other deity. Shiva Purana has been advised to meditate on Shiva everywhere. Similarly, when the marriage of Shiva-Shakti means Kundalini awakening, then Kama is blessed with a revival. It means that after awakening, man again gets absorbed in the world, although with knowledge and non-attachment. After awakening, man is not worried about getting anything, so he starts living freely.

Cupid’s flowers injure a man in love

The story is interesting in that Kamadeva, born from the mind of Brahmadev, had five flowers’ arrows or weapons. Brahma or Brahmadeva here is synonymous with the collective form of all people or living entities, and Kamadeva is synonymous with the collective sexual desires of all living entities. That is why word God is associated with Kama and Brahma. If there was talk of single man’s sex, one would only say sex. In this way, Kama and Kamadeva are essentially one and the same. These five arrows of Kamadeva are, Harshan means to please, Rochan means to be liked, Mohan means to fascinate or to make one mad in one’s affair, Shoshna means to absorb power, and Maran means to kill. Now it is surprising that the last three deadly weapons are also of flowers. That is why a man injured by these weapons loses a lot in love, and he does not even realize it. This shows the practicality, farsightedness and meticulousness of ancient sages. There can be no forest dweller who can make such good metaphors, as is the common misconception. They were the most embroidered and fabricated in the world.

Along with kama, a lot of emotions also run, due to which the man is immersed in blissful fun

Then it is written that as soon as Brahma looked towards the sandhya with a feeling of lust, forty nine expressions were born from his body. The same happens with the common man. After getting aroused, he starts showing colorful expressions. He is the friend of friends, the father of fathers, the son of sons and I can’t share the complete list of what and what he becomes. He becomes all rounder. What are the feelings that are not born in him? Mother’s feeling, sister’s feeling, Guru’s feeling, elderly’s feeling, child’s feeling, young man’s feeling, animal’s and bird’s feeling, tree and creeper’s feelings, mountain’s feelings etc.-etc. Look at the vast poetry done by such romantic people. These feelings rise more in the sandhya time, because there is peace in the mind at that time. There is no evil in emotions, but there is evil in attachment. In the house where Sandhya Yoga takes place, these sex-borne bhavas or feelings mix with Kundalini and destroy attachment and ill-will. Only pure love remains. Kundalini and love keep increasing each other progressively. So there is no harm in loving, if it is kept pure and spiritual. Rather, that love is the greatest yoga. A man becomes passionate about being enamored with love and rejoices. These days it is called being hyper or hot or colourful. That is the charm of kama. It has been explained in a very beautiful style with practicality, modernity and scientificity, in the book Physiology Philosophy or sharirvigyan darshan in Hindi and Love story of a Yogi. There are many beautiful metaphorical stories in the Puranas. I think that while telling the story, along with the original story, the mystery of the metaphor given in it should also be decoded. This will give more benefit to the listeners.

The boons sought from Shiva by Sandhya were for protection from lust, not from pure love

I am saying this because many people do not even talk to each other in the sandhya due to fear of kama. Shameful penance by sandhya means spiritual practices performed by spiritual people for a long time in the sandhya. It was needed because they had pursued sex, not pure love. Pure love is itself austerity. Three boons were sought by Sandhya, which were fulfilled by Shiva. The first boon, as soon as one is born, there is no sexual desire in a living being, it means that the children born in that house, where the Sandhya Vandana or meditation is performed, have a high level of spiritual sanskaras or ethics. Kundalini is formed in them from birth itself. That Kundalini keeps them away from sex. Or rather say that their Kundalini keeps on transforming sex feelings into love feelings. In fact, as soon as Sandhya was born, Brahma and his sons became attached to her due to the influence of Kamadeva. Sandhya time is very short. It has no existence of its own. It is formed by the combination of two types of opposite times. So there is no question of it becoming big and young, because it starts to dissolve as soon as it is born. The second boon that no one in my family should be enamored, this also means that of course the members of the households of the people performing the sandhya worship should show sexual desire for some reason, but they do not become sensual, that means by coming under the influence of Kamadeva they don’t become attached. The third boon that all the women of my family should be virtuous, it means that those who do Sandhya Vandana, their Kundalini becomes very developed and strong. Due to this Kundalini, men are able to keep their wives completely satisfied. It is scientifically and technically true that sexual satisfaction and complete control over sexual activities is obtained through Kundalini only. Shiva also gave a boon to Sandhya that whoever looks at her with lust will become impotent and his power will be destroyed. This also means that one who enjoys the pleasures in the sandhya with attachment or without Kundalini, he will increase the darkness of his soul by falling into the illusion of ignorance. It is the Rati or affection towards Kundalini that controls the sense of lust or attachment. The word Sandhya here seems to refer to all such times, when a man is balanced, his Ida and Pingala Nadi run equally, the Kundalini of the mind is strengthened, and there is deep peace in the mind.

Love and kama or lust keep on increasing each other

By having love everywhere, the kama increases. That kama together with the life partner enhances itself to peak along with the love further. Tantra Yogis continue to transform that sex-born love into Kundalini love. A tantra yogi has only one life partner or sex partner, so that his Kundalini can easily receive sexual love. The love of a man of lustful type gets divided among many sex partners, so that Kundalini is not able to get it. That is why it is said that Ekapatni Vrat or single wifehood is the biggest austerity. Moreover, it’s sexual energy that’s sought for kundalini, not the physical charm. Rather extra bodily charm can distract one away from actual source of energy.

Kundalini is the real savior or protector of man

Controlling the lustful Brahma by Shiva at the sandhya means that the man is saved by Kundalini at that time. Shiva is the symbol of Kundalini here. Anyway, Kundalini prevents man from doing bad deeds. Even if a wrong deed is done unknowingly or under great compulsion, then Kundalini also makes atonement or repentance done for it. It is said in Shiv Puran that it is necessary for everyone to meditate on Shiva. So it is natural that even Brahma used to meditate on Shiva. With this Shiva became his Kundalini, and in the Kundalini form he appeared boldly in his mind to stop him from doing wrong.

Shiva Puran is a Tantra Purana

All the things and stories in Shiv Puran are related to Tantra. It is a different matter that most people do not understand them, because they are in the form of metaphors. This was done to prevent misuse of Tantra. The Puranas are derived from the Vedas. This means that the oldest original source of Tantra is the Vedas. Although practical tantra with manuals appears publicly only in Buddhists. It is not that the meditative practice of Tantra has disappeared among the Hindus. It is still prevalent among Hindus, but it is kept very secret, due to which common people do not know about it. Even among Buddhists it was kept hidden. But seeing today’s dying planet, hiding any revitalizing knowledge would be bad for humanity, they have understood this.

Experiential evidence of the above principles related to kama and love

Friends, I loved many people deeply. But I lived my life in moderation. Now what to brag more, but if someone benefits from it, then there is nothing bad in it. As I mentioned in this post, it all happened to me. All this is my own experiential description, no one that’s taught. In the midst of these experiences was my momentary enlightenment and Kundalini awakening, which is described on the homepage. Of course these were only few moments of experience, but something is better than nothing. And anyway, more important than the momentary experience of self-awareness is the life routine full of self awareness.

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

Rati-kamadeva

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.