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Kundalini

Kundalini

The term kundalini is used to refer to the vital force or energy that we all hold within us. Often called the “sleeping goddess” or “serpent power”, it is represented as a serpent coiled around the first chakra or root chakra at the base of the spine.

How does Kundalini energy connect with your chakras?

Imagine the chakra system as existing on a single electrical circuit that runs lengthwise up the spine with lights at the location of each of the chakras. As Kundalini rises and travels up the spinal column, it passes through each of the chakras on its way giving each a boost, so to speak, and making it light up. Learn more about kundalini and the chakras



What happens when Kundalini awakens?

Considered a form of spiritual energy, raising Kundalini requires one be firmly disciplined in both mind and body in order to be properly prepared to embrace the responsibility that comes with Kundalini awakening. The phrase “Kundalini awakening” essentially refers to the discovery and “awakening” of inner knowledge. More about Kundalini awakening

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What are the symptoms of a kundalini awakening?

Awakening Kundalini shakti can thrust you into a whirlwind of attempting to make sense of what you’re experiencing. Some people are unable to cope. Find out more about the symptoms of a rise in this raw energy, also called “kundalini syndrome“.

Using Yoga to activate kundalini

When one or more of the chakras become blocked, physical and mental ailments can arise. Enters Kundalini yoga, a yoga practice that is specifically designed to activate and balance your energy.

Why is Kundalini called the “serpent power”?

Traditionally, the image of the kundalini serpent is used to represent this source of raw energy. The “serpent power” is cultivated through different types of yoga and meditations that wrap an aura of secret and esoterism around this natural phenomenon.

The Kundalini experience: From ancient wisdom to today’s lifestyle

Put simply, the energy of kundalini is known for its transformative power in the process of self development and spiritual development. In the Hindu tradition where these concepts as we currently know them come from, kundalini awakening is both a process and an objective for spiritual development. It leads to the union of personal consciousness and cosmic and divine consciousness.



The notion of Kundalini is thus often described differently from one text or tradition to another and appears opaque for the beginners and advanced practioners alike. Let’s add the content lost in translation from ancient texts, as well as cultural differences and we end up with an idea wrapped in mystery and personal stories as fascinating as sometimes frightening.

Nevertheless, it’s important to bear in mind that this vital force is a natural phenomenon participating in our development in various degrees depending on our predispositions at birth, preparatory work and practices, as well as our life circumstances.

Kundalini energy and the nervous system

When kundalini energy is activating, it propagates along the spine through a central channel called “sushumna nadi”. Sushumna is described as a channel located along the spine though which the energy climbs from chakra to chakra, all the way up to the crown or top of the head. There are a lot of parallels between our physiology and the way kundalini energy works.

We can compare the sushumna channel with the central nervous system. The function of this channel is to connect the flow of energy from the first to the last chakra. Similarly, the function of the central nervous system, located in big part along the spine, is to transmit the signal between the brain and the rest of the body.



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12 Responses to Kundalini

  • Terry
    These sites are always appointed trolls by the dark ones to cause disruption and lower the vibration. Lets face it, would a true seeker speak the way we have seen people speaking here? Try not to take such attacks personally. Best just to ignor them.
  • Helen
    God is energy. You do not need religion to be spiritual. It is freeing! Learn tantra!!!
  • Jay Glidden
    Okay so this is what I experienced during my Kundalini awaking yesterday. I have been spiritual for about 2.5 years. I wasn't very into the exercising and yoga, until one day I wanted to learn lucid dreaming, and I practiced it for months. I finally came to a time when I woke up and then I remember floating, I thought that was a lucid dream, but I researched it and found it was an out of body experience. I began to be more spiritual from that day forward, I kept practicing to raise my consciousness, and learned meditation. After a way I come to an interesting thought, I should learn yoga and treat my body better, and treat others with compassion no made the cost. I learned Kundalini yoga, and this is recently this is my first week doing it, I also received a full body massage. I sat in a car with ac on, and became comfortable and placed myself in a meditation, I focused on my third eye and focused on the void that is my mind, suddenly I start to see vortexes of light blue energy, and then green energy, after awhile of this deep bliss came upon me, and my soul orgasmed. I instantly felt love to Gaia, and Sky, as if they were the ones giving me the pleasure sensations.
  • Randy
    Believe what you like and while im new to this ill believe what i think is right and just and at this point i actualy think its a big step to THE higher power or religion god what ever it is you would like to call it but at the moment its just self benefit for me.
  • PDF
    The serpent referred to in Kundalini yoga is Lucifer or in better terms, Satan! Please don't get this serpent stuff twisted. This stuff is SATANIC and offensive to almighty God! Come into the true knowledge of JESUS CHRIST and be saved! That is life and true enlightenment! Rev 12:9 & 10:9And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him. 10And I heard a loud voice saying in heaven, Now is come salvation, and strength, and the kingdom of our God, and the power of his Christ: for the accuser of our brethren is cast down, which accused them before our God day and night.
    • Anonymous
      go to hell you freakin-everything-phobe! just die, please. whats the point of living when everything's stanic, or sin, or what-theF-ever. just die
      • Jayden
        I'm not easily imsrepsed. . . but that's impressing me! :)
    • Susannah
      Could you write about Phsiycs so I can pass Science class?
    • Mark
      You just want to sound clever by copying some nonsense from that comic book..itis weak...ineffectual and downright offensive. You are a fly on that stinking turd..
    • Marion Hubbard
      Jesus was a Buddhist monk as well as the Jewish social activist who was crucified by the Romans. In fact he survived the crucifixion, escaped to India, continued teaching until he died in Kashmir. Check it out. The rest is politics of so-called 'religion'. Really interesting. I hope you will ask yourself some questions. With all due respect.
  • Jean
    So many to teach,so little time:) God bless.. Jean
  • Jean
    11926-222st

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