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  1. Kundalinī is the feminine form of the Sanskrit adjective meaning "circular" or "coiled." In yoga, the word applies to the life force that lies like a coiled serpent at the base of the spine and that can be sent along the spine to the head through prescribed postures and exercises.
  2. Kundalini, derived from the Sanskrit word “kundala” meaning “coil,” is a conscious, evolutionary energy lying dormant at the base of each person’s spine in the sacrum bone. When this energy is awakened, it begins its journey upwards through your central energy channel, the Sushumna.
  3. Kundalini energy may also awaken in response to an injury, a traumatic or highly emotional event, in response to deep devotion, or to an encounter with another person who can transmit intensified energy.
  4. The Sanskrit word, kundalini, means coiled, like a snake. Kundalini energy is not recognized by medical science, and is often little understood even among teachers of Yoga and meditative traditions. It is, however, mentioned extensively in the literature of Yoga and Tantra (both Buddhist and Hindu).
  5. According to Dr. David Frawley, Kundalini is the concentrated energy of awareness or attention. It is not an energy apart from consciousness, but rather the energy that manifests with consciousness when it becomes free from thought.”.
  6. Oct 25,  · A full Kundalini Awakening is a specific energetic experience that means all of the knots and issues of the psyche have been resolved. It’s extraordinarily rare, and leads to enlightenment.
  7. Jan 03,  · Kundalini yoga is a blend of Bhakti yoga (the yogic practice of devotion and chanting), Raja yoga (the practice of mediation/mental and physical control) and Shakti yoga, (for the expression of power and energy).

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