Friends, this well-known theory was confirmed in the previous post that actually Kundalini evolution has been termed as biological evolution. Kundalini takes birth in Muladhara, grows in various places, and finally awakens in Sahasrara. This is called Shiv Vivah. Just as a married couple travels to different places after marriage organized in a high-quality home, similarly the soul-kundalini couple gets married in Sahasrara and travels on different chakras. It is mentioned in the scriptures that the sages travel in different worlds or abodes. Actually those worlds are in the form of different chakras. Today we will discuss it.
Kundalini is Parvati
The ego is the king. His daughter Sati is the Kundalini. Man is successful in worldliness only through ego. A static image is produced with it, which is Kundalini. King Daksha as an ego does not want his daughter Kundalini to run after the ghostly Shiva and harm her worldliness. In the end he loses and Sati meditates in the form of Kundalini yoga to get Shiva. She goes against her father’s will and marries Shiva, meaning Kundalini wakes up. The ego decreases significantly but does not die. He takes Kundalini away from Shiva and she gets caught in his mess. By the time Kundalini realizes this, her age is complete. Angry Shiva cut the head of Daksha and put the head of the goat there means that the ego does not die even with the body, but it becomes weak. In the next life, Sati or kundalini in the form of Parvati is born to the house of the mountain king. She then meditates to attain Shiva. Kundalini resumes her campaign in the next life. In the metaphoric tale it means that the yogi holding that Kundalini goes to Yogasadhana in the Himalayas to fulfill her ultimate goal in her next birth. There, Indra sends Kamdev to break the penance of Shiva for fear of losing his throne. Shiva burns him with his sight. Here Shiva is the sleeping soul of Yogi. Kamadeva is the metaphor of the world’s colors. If the Yogi’s Kundalini is eager to meet his soul, the world’s colors cannot harm the soul, but are itself eroded. Parvati’s parents initially prevent Parvati from marrying Shiva. Actually, mind and intellect are the symbols of Parvati’s parents. Kundalini originates from them only. They expect only the achievements of worldliness from Kundalini, they do not want to allow them to do asceticism etc. for the attainment of God. In order to discourage Parvati, Shiva also meets her in vile disguise and tells the evils of Shiva. In fact, it is the soul of the initial yogi covered with ignorance who continues to create illusions about God. But Parvati continues to meditate. In the end, Shiva is pleased and marries her, meaning Kundalini is awakened. Then Parvati moves to Kailash, meaning Kundalini settles in Sahasrara. His son Karthikeya is born. He is the ruler of the divine army. His son Ganesha is also born, who avoids problems, and defeats obstacles. In fact, all these works belong to the awakened Kundalini. The divine army is the symbol of the senses of the body here.In the mythological story of Shivpuran, Shiva is depicted as a ghost, to whom Parvati is attracted. Her parents stop her. Actually, the soul covered with ignorance is Shiva, who looks like a dark ghost from outside. But in reality, it is a form of light. Ego and intelligence are the parents of Parvati Kundalini. These prevent her from going towards Shiva.
According to Kalidasa’s Kumarasambhava, Parvati wants to bring Shiva from the desolation of the cave into the mainstream of household life. Kundalini also wishes to awaken the soul or shiva steeped in ignorance. It is simultaneously written that the worldly system had come to a standstill due to the consumption of Kamdev. Then Parvati married Shiva and got him to revive Kamadeva. Then the process of creation started again. As long as the intense Kundalini Yogasadhana is running, the yogi keeps a distance from worldliness. After awakening, Kundalini makes his mind go to run again in the world, albeit with knowledge. This has been called the rebirth of kamadeva.According to the Devi Bhagwat Purana, the mountain king Himalaya and his wife Maina delight Bhagwati Adi Parashakti or supreme goddess mother. She becomes her daughter in the form of Parvati. In fact, the soul covered with ignorance or ego is the mountain king Himalaya here, and the intellect is Maina. When the mother nature is pleased with their good worldly deeds and humanity, she settles in their body permanently in the form of Kundalini.
Parvati pacifies Shiva with her romantic dance, when he performs the devastating Tandava dance. Actually, a person filled with ignorance is disturbed and wandered. He does a lot of wrongdoing. It is Kundalini who shows him sunlight and inspires for good works.
According to Shakta tradition, Shiva resides at Parvati’s house. Here Parvati is considered as the main and Shiva as the secondary. Shiva is angry with their some mutual dispute and he starts leaving the house. Then Parvati creates the dashmahavidyas and closes every door to avoid Shiva’s escape, and thus prevents Shiva from leaving. Actually, apart from Sahasrara, there are various chakras, especially Muladhara as Kundalini’s home. She dominates there. The soul is not very comfortable there. For some reason, Kundalini starts to run away or fade away due to some body’s weakness. Then Kundalini takes shelter of the Panchamakaras and the five gruesome expressions emanating from them. By this, she becomes very strong and prevents the soul from leaving. Because where there is Kundalini, there is the soul. The various doors depicted for his escape are the Kundalini Chakras. The number of Kundalini Chakras has also been reported to be ten in many places.According to a myth, Parvati is taking a bath. She keeps his son Ganesha as the watchman at the door. Ganesha does not even allow Shiva to enter. Shiva gets angry and removes his head from the torso. This makes Parvati very angry with Shiva. Then to appease her, Shiva attaches an elephant’s head to Ganesha. Actually, Kundalini wants that she gets the too dominance in the body. Ganesha is the leader of the senses. Actually, it’s intelligence. He prevents the entry of the dual worldliness that can challenge the dominance of Kundalini. He even prevents the Gods from outside to do so. Due to this, outside religious organizations get angry and punish him. But they have to bow down to the power of Kundalini and resurrect him. Although he is greatly attenuated by those organizations. Shakta cult also states that Shiva without Shakti is a corpse. This is true because without the company of Kundalini, the soul is unconscious and full of darkness. It becomes Shiva only when it is married to Kundalini in Sahasrara. It is evident from all the above facts that Kundalini Yoga is at the root of every mythology related to Shiva and Parvati.