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What is kundalini yoga like?

If you wish to elevate your fundamental reality to a higher state, you must understand what kundalini Shakti is. Although Kundalini Shakti is primarily about awakening the inner consciousness, it has an overall impact on the yogi. 

The more you learn about this science, the closer you come to the mother goddess and lord Shiva. Your numerous questions about lord Shiva will be answered automatically by your subconscious mind, such as the reason behind his association with weed

And you will realize Shiva is the lord of infinite energy and intelligence. Still, he is known as the most innocent in the physical state and devotees call him BholenathIt is the reason why all the yogis are interested in awakening the Shiva and Shakti elements within themselves. 

Thus, to achieve this higher state, this question comes to them: what is kundalini Shakti yoga? 

Further, the post describes all the aspects associated with Kundalini Shakti.

What does kundalini Shakti mean?

Kundalini Shakti is the two practical Sanskrit language terms from ancient Vedic science connected to Hinduism [Ebook kobo store].

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  1. Kundalini refers to the coil (snake coil)
  2. Shakti refers to the divine energy within us.

Therefore, kundalini Shakti means the divine energy coiled in a dormant form within us. Every human being has that divine consciousness within them, and she is known as the mother goddess.

The place where Kundalini Shakti exists within us

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From head to feet, the human body consists of diverse complex structures known as 72,000 Nadis. Nadi is a Sanskrit word which means channels. Another name for these Nadis is Kundal. There are two major Nadis (Kundals) in the human body.

These 2 Nadi’s are the two ring-shaped gates.

  1. Eda Nadi
  2. Pingala Nadi

The left-sided Nadi is Eda Kundal and the right-sided Nadi is Pingala Kundal. Then, there is another Nadi stream that flows in between these two Nadis, which is known as Sushma Nadi channel. Another significant Nadi joining Sushma Nadi is Chitrini Nadi. At the Chitrini Nadi, we get the path of Kundalini Shakti.

What is the power of Kundalini Shakti?

  • Ancient mystics of India identified the dormant divine energy coiled at the base of the spine. The energy is coiled and stored in the triangular sacrum, the holiest part of the body.
  • Kundalini Shakti is the personification of the divine mother Shakti who dwells within the base of every individual. She progresses from the spine to reach her consort, lord Shiva, the highest level of energy within the body.
  • There are many energy junctions known as chakra within the energy channels. Every chakra within a body has some unique power.
  • Sahasrara is the highest energy place where goddess Shakti merges with lord Shiva. This process activates the working of the pineal gland, which opens the additional dimensions for the particular person.
  • Sahasrara chakra is in the head portion of the body where pundits and Vedic sages keep ponytails over their heads. This specific chakra controls all the energy channels within the Individual. When the goddess meets Shiva at the Sahasrara chakra, the person awakens the consciousness and gets ecstatically connected to Shiva, who is the supreme consciousness.

Therefore, awakening Kundalini Shakti is also called Kundalini Yoga. The outstanding velocity emerges after the awakening of the Kundalini Shakti within the human body. This velocity produces the neural blast. This neural blast is called Nadha, which is of three types.

  • Maha Nadha
  • Nadhanta
  • Nirodhini

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Nadha is an impressive neural blast that generates abundant light. This light is in a big sphere shape containing three aspects.

  1. Wish, Knowledge, action (Icha, Gyan, Kriya)
  2. Surya, Chandra, Agni (Sun, Moon, Fire )
  3. Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva

That neural blast is the place of the Shabd Brahma and Omkar, which produce 52 Matrayein.

Note: Matrayein means literal, characters, alphabet.

Out of 52 vibrations, only 50 are understandable by humans, and two remain silent. These 50 Vibrations unfold 100 Nadis (energy channels) holding the Kundalini Shakti in our body.

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What are the Kundalini Shakti benefits?

Death is the ultimate reality of living beings. Awakening Kundalini Shakti can set you in the transformative phase where you will never get ill again. Most importantly, you will be able to control the functioning of your internal organs. It will increase your age beyond your expectancy.

Activating Kundalini Shakti allows you to control your body telomere responsible for your aging. It is the reason kundalini active yogis can live a long lifespan, which could be 1000 years. Such a state is the highest state of consciousness and is referred to as Samadhi. It is a position where you attain the Shiva element within your body.

Samadhi of a sadhu chanting Aum Namah Shivaya - Copy

Such a yogic level is ecstatic. In this state, one can experience an incredible amount of knowledge, strength, and inner & outer vision. They may also overcome time singularity and reach higher dimensions of cosmic phenomena.

Awakening to the kundalini Shakti

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Chakra means wheel in Sanskrit, but these wheels constituent triangle and the entire system of the yogic chakra depends on those triangles. Activation of these chakras is possible only if applied in a proper asana like Padmasana with the straight spine. Meditation upon Shiva helps in awakening the chakra. The chanter can chant various mantras of Shiva, but one of the energetic Shiva mantra is Aum Namah Shivaya.

Mahashivaratri is the fabulous festival night of Lord Shiva. It is the night in which yogis all around the world mediate upon Shiva with immense devotion and experience the divine energy within them. According to these gurus kundalini Shakti awakens by them in the middle of the energetic night. For that, they sit on an erected posture keeping their spine straight till they meditate. It is a divine experience awakening 114 body chakra. Out of them, seven Kundalini chakras are influential.

1 Muladhara chakra

It is at the base of the spine in the coccygeal region. Muladhara chakra is on the spinal base but has a neural connection with the mind. Activating Muladhara chakra will help you to cross the limitation of the Prithvi (Earth) element.


It’s in charge of your primary survival instinct. It handles the concern associated with your physical security. This chakra also governs your emotion like friendships, family ties, and memories.

The benefit of activating Muladhara chakra is that it will make you fearless. One of the significant points, you can lift yourself above the ground based on your siddhi of Muladhara chakra activation. Mystics do that, but they hardly showcase their spiritual and yogic powers in front of anybody, not even in front of their pupils.

2 Swadhisthana Chakra

Swadhisthana chakra is at the sacrum. Swadhisthana chakra helps you to get free of your ego. In humans, ego resides in the Pran Vayu kosh. Activating this chakra will make you overcome the Jal (water) element. It will enhance your creativity and fertility factors. You’ll have the ability to walk on bodies of water.

3 Manipura Chakra

Manipura chakra is in your navel part. Every human is Brahma. Aham Brahmasmi (The creator) (Devanagari: अहं ब्रह्मास्मीति) means I am of Brahman(I am the Infinite Reality).

Activating Manipura chakra will make you analyze your created cosmic dimensions. By gaining control over your thoughts, you will experience a deeper connection with Shiva. Hence, your spirituality will get magnified. Activating this chakra will make you come out of Agni (Fire) Element.

4 Anahata Chakra

The Anahata chakra, also called the Hriday chakra, is associated with the thymus. This chakra is in the heart and related to the immune system & emotions like compassion, love, forgiveness. This chakra helps in healing your past sorrows. You will experience yourself closer to Shiva. You can overcome the Vayu (air) element by activating this chakra.

5 Vishuddha Chakra

Vishuddha chakra is in your throat and related to your thyroid gland. This chakra will help you to overcome the Akash (sky) element. Yes, you will become able to send or receive your signals into space through electromagnetic waves and establish the communication as receiver or sender of thoughts.

6 Aagya Chakra

Aagya chakra is on the Kapal section (forehead) and referred as the third eye and related to the Pituitary gland, spine, and lower brain. This chakra is the key to conquering the Prakash (Light) element.

Awakening Aagya chakra will give you sixth sense and make you able to sense the events and time. Your analytical abilities will improve, allowing you to visualize both past and future events.

In Mahabharata (the war happened in Kurukshetra of Haryana), Sanjay used his Aagya chakra to visualize the war incidents from the remote distance of Hastinapur (Uttar Pradesh, India). He later narrated the entire war to Dhritarashtra.

7 Sahasrara Chakra

Sahasrara chakra, also known as crown chakra, Aatm-Jagriti chakra. Activating Sahasrara chakra will help you to experience pure consciousness or Atman. It is behind the head where Brahmins have their ponytail. It is the topmost layer of these seven chakras related to the central nervous system, spine, and brain. This chakra will help you to get full command of your kundalini Shakti yoga. Sahasrara radically integrates all chakras and makes them work collectively in sync. It is the state of being Shivoham.

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