Kundalini Yoga can help initiate awakening

Kundalini Yoga, Meditation and Pranayama  form the basis of kundalini awakening. The process is individualistic and a work for lifetime.

Kundalini Yoga, Meditation and Pranayama prep the body for Kundalini awakening. Kundalini awakening is the awakening of the self; the possibility to go beyond the Life Matrix one is vibrating in. It is bursting of the dam that is holding back the inherent power and inner wisdom.

Kundalini awakening is NOT a snake coiled up, at the base of spine, waiting to uncoil. Kundalini awakening is determined largely by one’s attitude, intention and the ability to Allow-Accept-Evolve.

The absolute power of Kundalini awakening is clarity, auspiciousness, self-esteem, pure love, concern for others, enlightened attention, infinite joy, peace and the ultimate self-realisation.

Kundalini awakening starts the moment our Body, Doer, Senses, Efforts and Divine Providence synergise.

This potential energy lies within us till we exist but the success of its realisation entirely depends upon making ourselves a complete human.


Kundalini is like a Bomb

Kundalini is a huge concept. It is like a big bomb which needs to be conducted with a lot of caution and care. Why so, let us find out. Early in 2006, the internet disclosed how to build a nuclear bomb. There were large downloads where people learnt how to make one but what left them behind was the unavailability of the materials to make the bomb.

On the same verge, Kundalini is a great concept, which can be easily found on the Internet and books But practising the same in real life is difficult. It can bring a huge difference or even destroy you for you do not know the exact manner to use this energy to discover your potential. It is just the theory that explains. But this never means kundalini is wrong. It simply means using the concept with utmost caution and care as it is a significant and a profound concept.


Minds turntable effect affects Kundalini awakening

Every day, with every step on the way, life poses various challenges. We subconsciously react to these ever-present stimuli.

Our subconscious mind keeps processing these thoughts and beliefs through its repetitive filters, generating the same things over and over again leaving no room for change.

The subconscious mind processes around 90% of our thoughts and determines what happens in our life. These thoughts and beliefs can be our greatest assets, or worst liabilities! They either help us move forward or stagnate.

And to move forward, we must know who we are; our strengths or weaknesses, distinctive talents or gifts, our likes and dislikes and how we think. We can only realise once we go beyond programmed subconscious. Kundalini Yoga, Meditation and Pranayama can help prepare the doer about the potentiality.


Consciousness helps find the reward

Let us understand this with a story of a beggar. So, there was a beggar who always sat under a tree and entirely made a living on the coins people gave him. One day he died, and people realised that he didn’t have a family who could carry him somewhere to bury.

Thus, they decided to bury him under the tree itself. When people started digging, they found a giant treasure of gold. They realised that this man sat his entire life over this gold but never realised how rich he could be. Had he dug the ground, the could have become rich.

There is a lesson behind this story? Every person on this earth is potentially sitting on a jackpot. It is only our consciousness that helps realise it. The remaining or unused energy should be utilised to find our potent with consciousness. Kundalini is that reward that you haven’t yet realised in your existence. This energy can be used to trap that dimension in life that might fetch you success beyond your imagination.


Let’s understand about Kundalini from some real-life instances.

We all beget a plug point at home. It is usually the one with 3-pin point. However, the actual source of power is not this plug point. Instead, there is a large big power station elsewhere which transmits power through the plug point.

Now, one can also not connect their device to the central power station directly and thus requires a plug point. Our life is also composed of the same plug point with 5 pins rather than 3.

Like the seven chakras you might be aware about, The Muladhara, that means ‘basic’ infers this plug point. 5 of them resemble the 5 pin points of the plug. The remaining two, the third eye centre and the Saharsar chakra, are like the light bulb.

If you plug it in, life glows. You have the energy to glow even for 24 hours of the day. It will never exhaust. Energy is not the struggle or hard work to keep your life going. It is the existence. Until you exist, you can plug in this source of energy for entire life known as Kundalini.

The Right way of Existence…

Your hands might shake and cause scratches when you plug into the 5-pin point plug. May be there was a current in the plug. This is like the interruptions and problems in life. A very few have the steadiness in their energy. So, what is that secret weapon that can bring steadiness letting you plug your life correctly into the 5-point pin? It is regular practice of kundalini yoga, meditation and pranayama. Kundalini yoga is the source of power that never fails. It is the continuous source of power that will help you proceed naturally in life and never let you feel lost while working for success.


Kundalini Yoga, Meditation are related Pranayama prepares you for the journey ahead…

The regular practice of these techniques can help focus on ones psycho-spiritual growth by giving special consideration to one’s glandular, immune and nervous system in the body and pranic and chakra energy in the mind space.

Spending just a few minutes a day practicing Kundalini Meditating, Pranayama and stretching into Yoga Asana provides an immediate payback!

It prepares you for the journey ahead…


Kundalini Yoga, Meditation and Pranayama can help energise Chakra energy

Chakra are those energy centres through which the cosmic energy flows into the human body. The practise of  Kundalini Yoga, meditation and Pranayama can energise the chakra thereby preparing for Kundalini awakening. But what are Chakra?

  • Process of eternal movement; the seven chakras refer to the energy centers of which our consciousness, energy and the body system is mapped up of.
  • Chakra can be differentiated according to their unique characteristics and the ability to influence the thought process, the related body part and the associated energy Centre.
  • The odd numbered Chakra i.e. 1, 3, 5 (leaving the 7th out) are “masculine” in nature and the even numbered Chakras, 2, 4, 6 are “feminine” in nature.
  • The Root Chakra . The Sacral Chakra . The Solar plexus Chakra . The Heart Chakra . The Throat Chakra . The Third eye Chakra . The Crown Chakra


Pranotthana is confused with Kundalini Awakening

Pranotthana is the release of Pranic energy within the body, however this is different from the the actual awakening of Kundalini.

Advanced Kundalini pranayama practitioners indicate feeling of energy surge, lifting from the base of the spine, all the way up to the brain stem. Most confuse it with uncoiling of Kundalini whereas this is simply Pranotthana.

Pranotthana gets activated when the endocrine glands and nerve plexus are flush with a right mix of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the body. This right balance triggers a combustion of energy called Pranotthana; the pranic energy release.

As the pranic force purifies, it creates automatic body movements, spontaneous yoga asana, pranayama, visions of lights etc. as it encounters inner physiological and psychological blockages. This is Pranotthana.

Pranotthana is the optimisation of body and the Prana levels whereas Kundalini is the realisation of ones potential.


Each one of us has an inner guidance system to assist us to move forward, to bring forth our inner wisdom to transform these, sometimes stagnant old patterns. Everything we experience can be turned to good. I call this guidance system… Kundalini Awakening Shakti.


Internal Links

[1] Vagus ‘Buddha’ Nerve
[2] Diaphragmatic Sine Wave Breathing
[3] The 5 Prana Vayus

Aashish Nanda

I am not a Spiritual Guru. I am not a Healer. I am not a Coach. I am not a Transformer. After trying to define myself, with various labels, I realized that I am simply a Muser... I just pen down what appeals to me. Please consult a professional guide, in case you need any advice.

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