Kundalini Tantra highlighted by  popular film Bahubali

Friends, I was telling in a previous post that the superman is conceived only to express the Kundalini-man. God Hanumanji once showed an adventurous act just like the Rocket Man of the old days. When a cloth wrapped in oil wrapped in his tail is set on fire in Lanka, he starts flying like a rocket, and burns the whole of Lanka by fire. The reality which is related to the superman of today is also associated with the superman of old times. The difference is that the ancient sages deliberately used to give physical manifestation to the Kundalini-man, but this is happening unknowingly from the intellectuals of today. I saw Baahubali film along with my family on the cutting edge big screen around my Kundalini awakening. Maybe it too has a hand in my awakening. This originally Tamil film dubbed into Hindi was dominated by a fictional superhuman named Bahubali. The literal meaning of Bahubali is ‘one who has great strength in his arms’. He would carry a stone Shivlingam weighing hundreds of kilos on his shoulder, single-handedly defeating the entire army of enemies, and flying the boat like a divine plane and romancing his beloved princess on it. The past, present and future three ages were seen united in that film. There was a strange grandeur in it, which can be said to be very old, and also very new. The animation techniques, realistic visuals and lively acting, the combination of all three, was excellent. Songs and music were also seen touching the depths of the soul. A romantic song begins when Bahubali, standing in the water, makes a bridge of both his arms and passes Devasena over it and sits in a big beautiful boat. This scene shows the first teaching of the Kundalini Tantra that men and women have an equal place in Tantra, and women are also revered as goddesses and gurus. The romance of Bahubali and Devasena is shown on a flying boat. Actually it was a boat with sails that was floating on water. Passing through the beautiful coastal hills, the boat reaches the deep sea. This means that the aftermarriage romance of the two starts from a light voyage to a deep responsibilities of worldliness. There their boat starts to wobble due to big storms. This means that their lives being the basis of their mutual love begins to be threatened by worldly entanglements and problems. Then Devasena with a charming smile and making some cryptic gesture releases pink color from her hand which turns the whole water pink. There is a deep meaning hidden in it. I had also told in the previous post related to the love journeys of Shiva-Parvati that unless a man is badly trapped in the ocean of worldliness, he does not try to get out of it. Pink color is actually a symbol of feminine love. It spreads in the water, that means only through the world can the love of woman reach its target, not by running away from the world. The sea and its waters here symbolize the world. The second Tantra oriented meaning follows from this that the woman is the master or guru of tantra to initiate it. Inspired by her surrendering love, Baahubali also passionately emits a blue color from his heart and hands, which spreads all around. Blue color is a symbol of male-love. These two colors mix together. This means that the love (Kundalini) of both of them mixes with each other and everything around. Then the ecstatic Bahubali spins the steering of that boat and puts it on the flying gear, which makes its sails wings, and the boat starts flying among the clouds. Flying gear here means tantric yoga, and from it the kundalini rising above the heart chakra and moving towards the agya chakra. There is also a whole gathering of people on boat playing songs, dancing and providing services to the couple. It means that all people become associates of Kundalini Yogi by being attracted by Kundalini. It also means the Kundalini is accompanied by all pranas. These facilities denote pranas here. The clouds are shown running and snickering in the shape of horses. These are actually the senses, which are at the peak of their activity by the tantric Kundalini energy. Flocks of white birds like storks are shown flying and chirping. These are also symbols of a mind full of enthusiasm. The mind or soul is also called a bird. Anyway, the senses are depicted in the form of horses in the scriptures. By showing the sky like a pond, bunches of lotus flowers have been shown in it. Along with this, the moon also looks like a beautiful ground object, on which flowers also grow. The clouds start wrapping in beautiful figures on their boat on pillars, stairs etc. This means that after the Kundalini or the mind enters the Sahasrara Chakra, all ground objects and ground expressions begin to appear divine. The land and the sky become one. The muladhar and the sahasrar become one. The cloud is also its symbol, as it contains parts of both the land (water) and the sky (air). That’s why the clouds look pleasing. The mind is filled with non-duality. Everything seems the same and full of joy. It is this tantric kundalini adventure, which is thus depicted as a boat soaring in the celestial garden. Otherwise, how can anyone show the Kundalini joy of the mind? Bahubali and Devasena turn the ordinary romance into a Kundalini romance, bringing their Kundalini to the Sahasrara Chakra. It is shown by flying in the height of the clouds. What is a romance wrapped around a tree? The filmmaker’s philosophical imagination has to be praised. In a single song having above told sceneries appears to have contained complete tantra philosophy. It is possible that my subconscious mind was imprinted with the movie Bahubali, and unknowingly my attraction towards Kundalini Yoga has increased. And most of the scholars believe that Mahamanav or superhuman is nothing but a Kundalini-human. Well, I am not reviewing the film here, I am writing on a case-by-case basis.