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YONI MUDRA

 


Sit in the Siddhasana position. 

Close your ears with your fingertips, your eyes with your index fingers, your nostrils with your middle fingers, your upper lips with your ring fingers, and your lower lips with your little fingers.

This is a lovely way to do Japa. 

Deepen the meditation and focus on the Shat Chakras and Kundalini.



This, like other Mudras, is not for all. In order to succeed in this, you would have to put in a lot of effort.

If you want to be effective in Brahmacharya, you must be well-established. Even Devas find it difficult to attain “Devanamapi durlabha.” 

As a result, understand the significance of this Mudra and use it with caution. Yoni Mudra is another name for Vajroli Mudra.


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MULADHARA CHAKRA

 

 

At the foot of the spinal column is the Muladhara Chakra. It is located between the reproductory organ's root and the anus. It is located just below the Kanda, at the intersection of the Ida, Pingala, and Sushumna Nadis. The Muladhara Chakra is located two fingers above the anus and about two fingers below the genitals, with a diameter of four fingers. Since the other Chakras are above it, this is the Adhara Chakra (support). This Chakra houses Kundalini, which provides strength and energy to all of the Chakras. As a result, Muladhara or Adhara Chakra, which is the support of everything, is called.


THE KUNDALINI AND THE MULADHARA


From this Chakra four important Nadis emanate which appear as petals of a lotus. The subtle vibrations that are made by each Nadi are represented by the Sanskrit letters: v:ö S:ö \:ö and s:ö (vaü, ÷aü, ùaü, and saü.)

The Yoni in the Chakra's center is known as Kama, and it is worshipped by Siddhas. Kundalini is latent here. This Chakra's Devata is Ganesha. Below this Chakra are the seven underworlds: Atala, Vitala, Sutala, Talatala, Rasatala, Mahatala, and Patala Lokas. This Chakra is associated with Bhu Loka or Bhu-Mandal, the physical plane (earth region). Above this Chakra are the Bhuvah, Svah or Svarga, Maha, Jana, Tapa, and Satya Lokas. The Muladhara Chakra controls certain small Chakras in the limbs, which are referred to as the underworlds.

The Yogi has overcome the Prithvi Tattva by penetrating this Chakra by Prithvi Dharan. He is unconcerned with mortality on Earth. Prithvi is a yellow-colored character. The ‘Bija' is the golden Tripura (fire, light, and moon). The great energy (Param Tejas) that rests on the Muladhara Chakra and is known as Svayambhu Linga is also known.

The golden area known as Kula is located near this Linga, and Dakini is the presiding deity (Shakti). This Chakra contains Brahma Granthi, or Brahma's knot. The Anahata and Ajna Chakras are home to Vishnu Granthi and Rudra Granthi.

Muladhara Chakra's Bijamantra is l:ö (laü).

The wise Yogi who focuses and meditates on the Muladhara Chakra learns everything there is to know about Kundalini and how to awaken it. Kundalini gains Darduri Siddhi, the ability to rise from the earth, when he is awoken. He has complete power of his breath, mind, and sperm. His Prana joins the Brahma Nadi in the east. Many of his sins have been expunged. He learns about the past, present, and future. He appreciates the natural bliss (Sahaja Ananda).


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