The Yogin who seeks salvation practices Kundalini Yoga, which provides both pleasure and liberation. He enjoys a unique type of bliss and learns unique abilities at each center where he rouses Kundalini. Carrying Her to Siva at his cerebral core, he experiences the Supreme ecstasy, which is Liberation in its essence and Liberation itself when founded in permanence on the loosening of spirit and body.

Energy (Sakti) is divided into two types: static and potential (Kundalini) dynamic (the working forces of the body as Prana). There is a static backdrop behind all of the action.

The Muladhara's serpent-power is centered in this stagnant center in the human body (root support).

This static Sakti becomes active as a result of Pranayama and other Yogic processes.

As Kundalini unites with Siva in the Sahasrara, the polarization of the body dissolves. The two poles merge into one, resulting in the state of consciousness known as Samadhi. Of instance, the polarization occurs in consciousness. The body does, in fact, continue to exist as a subject of scrutiny from others. It continues to exist in its natural state. However, man's knowledge of his body and all other things has been removed when the subconscious has ceased to work in relation to his identity, the function having been withdrawn into its ground, Consciousness.

Kundalini Sakti, when awakened, ceases to be a static power that sustains the earth-consciousness, the content of which is retained only for as long as she sleeps; and once set in motion, Kundalini Sakti is drawn to the other static core in the Thousand-petalled Lotus (Sahasrara) to attain unity with the Siva Consciousness, or the consciousness of bliss beyond the world of forms. Man is alive to this world while Kundalini sleeps. When she gets up, he rests, which means he lacks his knowledge of the outside world and joins the causal body. He achieves formless consciousness through Yoga.

Kundalini Awakening Pranayama: Concentrate on the Muladhara Chakra, which is triangular in shape and is the seat of the Kundalini Sakti, at the base of the spinal column while you perform the following. Using the right thumb, close the right nostril. Inhale deeply from the left nostril until you count three Oms. As if you were painting the Prana with the air around you. Then, with the right hand's little and ring fingers, cover the left nostril. Then hold your breath for 12 seconds.

Greetings. Send the present straight down the spinal column to the Muladhara Chakra, a triangular lotus. Imagine a nerve-current striking the Lotus, causing the Kundalini to awaken.

Exhale gently from the right nostril, counting 6 Oms. Repeat the procedure from the right nostril, using the same units and the same creativity and sensation as before. This Pranayama would easily awaken the Kundalini. It can be done three times in the morning and three times in the evening. Gradually and carefully increase the number and time according to your strength and ability. The main thing in this Pranayama is to concentrate on the Muladhara Chakra; Kundalini would be awakened immediately if the focus is deep and the Pranayama is practiced daily.

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