The kundalini Shakti is that hidden positive energy stored in every human being .By awakening which every human being can reach the level of Shiv, Gautama Buddha, Jesus Christ and Prophet Mohammed or superman. It is not a religion
In Hindu mythology, Kundalini is a serpent goddess who lies asleep at the base of the spine, coiled three and a half times around the Muladhar chakra. Her name is Kundalini Shakti, and she represents the unfolding of the divine energy.
Circumstances that stimulate Kundalini awakening are many and varied, but are usually triggered by such things as extended periods of meditation, yoga, fasting, stress, trauma, psychedelic drugs, or near death experiences.
- Kundalini is basically a healing force, but its effects can sometimes be quite unpleasant. Such effects may last for minutes, days, months, or even years.
- Kundalini is a condensed, primal force, similar to the potential energy found in water. When released, it creates a vertical connection between the chakras by opening the subtle channels known as nadi, most specifically, the central channel that moves up the spine calledsushumna. If we put water through a small tube at very high pressure, the end of the tube will undulate like a snake. Similarly, the intense energy of Kundalini undulates in the body as it rises through the chakras.
- The awakening of the kundalini is possible by practising the rightYoga and meditation
Kundalini, a Sanskrit word literally meaning “curled up like a serpent”, refers to the reservoir of cosmic energy lying dormant in each individual at the base of the spine until it is activated, as by Kundalini meditation. Upon arousal, this energy is said to rise upwards like a serpent through the spinal channel (called the “Sushumana”) and theseven Chakras (Chakra is a Sanskrit word literally meaning “wheel”) or the “centers of psychic force” along the spine, which, in the physical body, closely correspond to any of the nerve plexuses, nerve ganglia and endocrine glands.
The concept of Kundalini meditation originated from the ancient Indian philosophy of Yoga. The practice of Kundalini meditation involves one or more of the following: strict yoga postures (meant as an aid to maintaining physical fitness); intense breathing exercises (meant to increase the Prana or the life force); contemplation; and chanting of Mantras. (Mantra is a Sanskrit word meaning “a verbal formula composed of a word or a phrase” that is chanted repeatedly during meditation or prayers for invocation of a god/goddess or a magic spell.)
As the Kundalini energy successively passes through the seven Chakras, it energizes each one of them by removing any blockagethere, thus releasing the full potential of each Chakra with its special characteristics, and in the process conferring spiritual/paranormal powers (referred to as “Siddhis” in Hinduism) to the practitioner of Kundalini meditation.
But spiritual Guru advises their students not to get hung up on these powers as they can hinder the process of spiritual growth.
Experimenting with Kundalini experience to the negative effects . The prominent symptoms can include feeling tremors or other involuntary body movements, changes in respiratory function, feelings of unusual heat/cold, and feelings of tingling/vibrations/electricity in the body, headaches and pressure inside the head, persistent sexual arousal, psychological upheaval, stress, depression, and intense mood swings. These may be interspersed with few moments of bliss and deep peace. For total bliss and enlightenment, look for a credible spiritual guru.
Swami Vivekananda described briefly about kundalini in London during his lectures on Raj Yoga as follows: “According to the Yogis, there are two nerve currents in the spinal column, called Pingala and Ida, and a hollow canal called Sushumna running through the spinal cord. At the lower end of the hollow canal is what the Yogis call the “Lotus of the Kundalini”. They describe it as triangular in form in which, in the symbolical language of the Yogis, there is a power called the Kundalini. When that Kundalini awakes, it tries to force a passage through this hollow canal, and as it rises step by step, as it were, layer after layer of the mind becomes open and all the different visions and wonderful powers come to the Yogi. When it reaches the brain, the Yogi is perfectly detached from the body and mind; the soul finds itself free.