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Kinds of Kundalini Risings

Kinds of Kundalini Risings
According to Traditional Kundalini Science, Kundalini Shakti constantly strives to attain a lasting Oneness experience by elevating to Bindu, the pinnacle where she can reside in union with Pure Consciousness. For her ascent, there are six routes, the Shakti nadis, through which she is able to elevate. The Shakti nadis are: Susumna, Vajra, Chitrini, Brahma, Saraswati, and Lakshmi. The most common risings are through Susumna, Vajra, Saraswati nadis. There are also various energy center (chakra) levels in these routes at which she might act or take up residence in the course of her efforts until she can go higher. The kind of rising a person gets depends on the vitality and dynamics occurring in their subtle body at the time of the initial Kundalini release. Correct spiritual practice can affect the quality of a rising, as can factors such as lifestyle behaviors and the interference of subtle influences. Names of Kundalini Risings No Rising Kundalini Stirring Kundalini Arousal Related:  KundaliniKundaliniWholly Being

Kundalini Misunderstandings UFO, OBE, Alien Abduction, and Channeling Phenomena as Kundalini Aberrations Kundalini, when blocked or misunderstood can lead to self limiting assumptions and conclusions that are misleading. SImilarly, obstructed or repressed Kundalini leads to aberrations and misconceptions such as beliefs in chronic Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO), Out of the Body Experiences (OBE), spiritual self alienation, alien abduction, and dis-ease. Regarding Out of the Body (OBE), alien abduction, flying saucers (UFO), and channeling "phenomena", there are pointed similarities between them. Instead of integrating the experience as an internal rearrangement of the nadis, activation of the chakras, the higher self, higher consciousness, bigger mind, etc., the conclusion is reified as being due to a separate being, a UFO, alien, channeling, and so forth instead of an integrated "in the body experience" which includes the body as the support system. Channeling and Inter-dimensional Interaction

Basava Dharma - Philosophy Chennabasavanna and his contemporaries under the guidance ofBasavanna, discussed about human anatomy and physiology. Chennabasavanna deals with it in detail in his Karana Hasige. The Chakras (nerve plexus) are the basis of our study of human anatomy and physiology. They have detected the' Bioplasmic energy' and mapped out in detail exact flow of current in the body. They have named nine chakras, which are the centres of energy. Sharanas discuss about three portions of the brain in detail. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Signs of a Kundalini Rising | Individual experiences of Kundalini process vary considerably, but the basic signs of a Kundalini rising that a person might experience include: - feeling different, not fitting in - a deep dissatisfaction or a yearning for inner development - inner sensations of light, sound, current, or heat - a heightened inner or outer awareness; increased sensitivity - feelings of energy flowing or vibrating within - special abilities, capacities, and talents - non-ordinary phenomena; altered states - spontaneous bodily movements or breathing patterns - emotional fluctuations; psychological issues coming forward - atypical sensations or sensitivities - an interest in spiritual growth or in metaphysics or the esoteric - compassion and a desire to help others - a sense that something non-ordinary, transformative, or holy is happening within - personal development, and optimally, spiritual transformation and realization

HeartMind Yoga Related Links HeartMind Yoga Indigenous Links This page contains related LINKS to websites. Click on the following to be taken to their TEN separate headings: The Caraypadas -- the Yoga Songs and Poetry of the Maha Siddhas from Medieval India. If there was one tradition that exemplified the height of eclectic yoga in medieval India before the barbarian invasions, it is the tradition of the 8th to 12th century Great Yoga Masters (Maha Siddhas). Not the best translation but complete by Hasna Jasimuddin Moudud who researched the original documents. Vajra Songs of the Indian Siddhas: Analysis of songs from SHENPEN ÖSEL Vajra Songs In Praise of the Dharmadhatu, verses from Shenpen Ösel Songs from the Caryagita from Excellent resources Tilopa's Mahamudra Instruction to Naropa at Keith Dowman's excellent translation site. Buddhist Maha Siddha Stories Masters of Mahamudra Songs and Histories of the Eighty-four Buddhist Siddhas The Gorakhbod (at

Brahma-Randhra: The Evolving Center in the Brain | Institute for Consciousness Research by Michael Bradford The developing study of the Kundalini phenomenon has brought out many different points of view as to the nature of this mysterious mechanism, its modes of functioning and the way in which it operates in the physical body. Recently, the effort has been directed towards taking the remnants of the ancient knowledge that have come down to us, combining them with information gained from the experiences of people who are currently undergoing Kundalini arousal and integrating this knowledge with the picture of the body/mind complex presented by such modern disciplines as anatomy, physiology and psychology. The purpose of this talk is to present one aspect of the theory of the Kundalini process propounded by Gopi Krishna in which he postulated that a complete understanding of this process can only be had when the activation of the center at the base of the spine is considered in relation to the awakening to activity of an evolving or developing center in the brain.

The Chakra System Kundalini Yoga - Popular Mantras The "Yoga of the Mind", a mantra is a syllable, word or phrase in one of the sacred languages (like Sanskrit & Ghurmeki) and sometimes in English, which elevates or modifies consciousness through its meaning, the sound itself, rhythm, tone, and even the reflexology of the tongue on the palate. The three languages of consciousness are: human - things, the world; normal or loud voice lovers - longing to belong; strong whisper divine - infinity; mentally or silently There are two things you can do to make the use of a mantra more powerful, regardless of how you recite. One is to see the mantra, as if it is being written as you say it, and the other is to actively listen to it as you say it, perhaps, in this case, when using the first two languages. Some of the most frequently used mantras are given below: AD GURAY NAMEH, JUGAD GURAY NAMEH, SAT GURAY NAMEH, SIRI GURU DEVAY NAMEH is the Mangala Charn Mantra, and is chanted for protection. DHARTI HAI, AKASH HAI, GURU RAM DAS HAI.

7 Chakras: Kundalini Yoga Sukshma Prana moves in the nervous system of the Linga Sarira (astral body). Sthula Prana moves in the nervous system of the gross physical body. The two courses are intimately connected. They act and react upon each other. The Chakras are in the astral body even after the disintegration of the physical organism to death. Wherever there is an interlacing of several nerves, arteries and veins, that centre is called Plexuses. The subtle centres in the Sushumna Nadi are otherwise known as Lotuses or Chakras. The Seven Lower Chakras 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. This is the story of our evolution through the mind—from the gross to the refined, from darkness into light, from a consciousness of death to immortality. Each Chakra has a particular number of petals with a Sanskrit alphabet on each petal. The number of petals of the lotuses varies.

Kundalini Yoga - Theory Chapter Two Yoga Nadis Nadis are the astral tubes made up of astral matter that carry psychic currents. The Sanskrit term ‘Nadi’ comes from the root ‘Nad’ which means ‘motion’. It is through these Nadis (Sukshma, subtle passages), that the vital force or Pranic current moves or flows. The body is filled with innumerable Nadis that cannot be counted. Nadis play a vital part in this Yoga. The subtle lines, Yoga Nadis, have influence in the physical body. Whenever there is an interlacing of several nerves, arteries and veins, that centre is called “Plexus.” All the Nadis spring from the Kanda. Again Ida, Pingala and Sushumna are the most important of the above 14 Nadis, and Sushumna is the chief. Spinal Column Before proceeding to the study of Nadis and Chakras you will have to know something about the Spinal Column, as all the Chakras are connected with it. Spinal Column is known as Meru Danda. 1. Vertebrae Sukshma Sarira Kanda Spinal Cord Sushumna Nadi Para-Sympathetic And Sympathetic System 1.

Mystics, Sages, Saints and Gurus « Superconsciousness The Psychophysiological Principle states: Any experience that you have, you have only while you are having a specific brain wave pattern. If your brain wave patterns change then your experience will change. Dr. Jeffrey D. Brain mapping research studies into different brainwave patterns associated with different states of consciousness has been carried out in major centers throughout the country. In non-sleeping states, these brainwave patterns are associated with various states of “waking” consciousness. Studies here at the Center for Neuroacoustic Research have shown clear and repeated evidence, in patients, of brainwave frequency patterns below the traditionally accepted lowest Delta rhythms of 0.5 Hz. There have also been reports in the EEG literature from other researchers, that there is evidence of extraordinary states of consciousness associated with higher-than-Beta brainwave activity. Zen Master Dennis Genpo Merzel Roshi. This is truly valuable.

Jain cosmology Jain cosmology is the description of the shape and functioning of the physical and metaphysical Universe (loka) and its constituents (such as living beings, matter, space, time etc.) according to Jainism, which includes the canonical Jain texts, commentaries and the writings of the Jain philosopher-monks. Jain cosmology considers the loka, or universe, as an uncreated entity, existing since infinity, having neither beginning nor end.[1] Jain texts describe the shape of the universe as similar to a man standing with legs apart and arm resting on his waist. This Universe, according to Jainism, is broad at the top, narrow at the middle and once again becomes broad at the bottom.[2] Mahāpurāṇa of Ācārya Jinasena is famous for this quote: "Some foolish men declare that a creator made the world. The doctrine that the world was created is ill advised and should be rejected. If God created the world, where was he before the creation? Jīva (Living Substances) Jīva i.e. Time cycle[edit] Notes[edit]

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