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  1. Happy birthday!
  2. Have you ever heard about the Chinese book of changes? I think it would be pretty nice if you, Leo, make a video about it. I think it will be very useful
  3. physical preparation is important. check the 5 tibetian rites for rejuvenation, they are perfect exercises for keeping your spine and back straight
  4. The word Kundalini is most known from the Sanskrit language, yet it is even more ancient than that language; it has roots that go back to Atlantis and beyond. Kundalini refers to a cosmic force, an energy unlike any energy that we know physically. Kundalini is not mere electricity or magnetism or heat, but is the source of them all. Kundalini is a kind of force or energy that is pure, divine, raw potentiality, that is then modified according to its condition. This is the key fact that is often missing in many texts or schools of Hinduism or Buddhism who discuss Kundalini. In the West, Kundalini is also a basic foundational aspect of religion, but it is more veiled. In the Judeo-Christian tradition it is symbolized as the fire of the Holy Spirit or that column of fire that led the Israelites in their great exodus. In reality, any spiritual practice that we perform, any kind, whether recitation of mantras, Meditation, prayer, devotional singing, Karmayoga or selfless service (Seva), all of these spiritual practices, no matter what tradition it comes from, has as its intention the awakening of this cosmic force within us. There is no exception to this. The very purpose of religion or yoga is to awaken this energy inside of the person. We seek to activate that force, because that energy connects us to the divine. It produces in us what can be called enlightenment or liberation—however, do not confuse this with realization, which depends upon cognizance, wisdom, understanding. The energy of Kundalini is not active in people today. That is because the conditions that activate it have not been satisfied. Like any energy or force in nature, the energy ofKundalini (the Holy Spirit) functions according to the laws of nature. It functions according to cause and effect. Everything in nature, even God, respects the law of cause and effect. Karma, this law of action and consequence, modifies everything. Every manifested thing is subject to cause and effect. Kundalini is no exception. Kundalini is the intelligence of God. God does not act by accident. Enlightenment or liberation does not come by accident. Enlightenment is a result of precise causes. To produce those causes requires great effort and a lot of knowledge. God, divinity, the Divine Mother, does not enlighten anyone randomly, by accident, or on a whim. -Samaeul Aun Weor
  5. We have to go a little deeper. I'll quote what Guru Rattana has written in one of his articles.
  6. The kundalini awakening is a really deep topic and I barely know the tip of the iceberg. After all the kundalini awakening is an effect which is extremely powerful and the preparation must be appropriate otherwise it may cause a bad trip with bad effects. These guided meditations are an excellent start for anyone, whether you want to begin your kundalini awakening or not, I guarantee you will like the guided meditations for all the 7 chakras!
  7. According to Tantra, kundalini energy rests like a coiled serpent at the base of the spine. When this dormant energy flows freely upward through the seven chakras and leads to an expanded state of consciousness, it’s known as a kundalini awakening. For some, the experience can be blissful and filled with feelings of love and a sense of the interconnectedness of all things. For others, it can feel more like a bad drug trip, or even a psychotic break, where practitioners go through altered sleep cycles, changes in identity, or depression. This discrepancy has led many Westerners to fear the coiled serpent resting in their spine, ready to strike. If you don’t first open the central channels of the nervous system, raising the serpent power along the axial pathway is not only impossible but also very dangerous to attempt, for instead of entering the central channel (sushumna nadi) it is likely to force itself in to the ida or the pingala nadi, on either side of the central channel, causing immense havoc in the body and mind.” Kundalini reminds us that consciousness is far vaster than most of us have ever imagined, which can seem overwhelming and disorienting. It is known that people who have a psychotic break from an awakening usually come from a troubled family background, face high levels of stress, and don’t have enough emotional support. Still it's recommend that anyone who is fearful in the midst of such an awakening should seek support from a therapist (such as a transpersonal psychologist) or a teacher who has gone through it herself.
  8. Kundalini in yogic theory, is a primal energy, or shakti, located at the base of the spine. Different spiritual traditions teach methods of "awakening" kundalini for the purpose of reaching spiritual enlightenment. Kundalini is described as lying "coiled" at the base of the spine, represented as either a goddess or sleeping serpent waiting to be awakened. In modern commentaries, Kundalini has been called an unconscious, instinctive or libidinal force, or "mother energy or intelligence of complete maturation". Kundalini awakening is said to result in deep meditation, enlightenment and bliss.This awakening involves the Kundalini physically moving up the central channel to reach within the Sahasrara Chakra at the top of the head. Many systems of yoga focus on the awakening of Kundalini through meditation, pranayama breathing, the practice of asana and chanting of mantras.In physical terms, one commonly reports the Kundalini experience to be a feeling of electric current running along the spine. "When you succeed in awakening the Kundalini, so that it starts to move out of its mere position, you necessarily start a world which is totally different from our world. It is the world of eternity." - Carl Jung
  9. Just plug in your headphones and thank me later. I have a question for you guys - have you felt Kundalini moving through your spine while you're meditating?
  10. It is The Law of Three Forces,' or the Three Pure Ones. The 3 Forces of universal law are: active, passive and mutual or neutral. The Christian doctrine of the Trinity (from Latin trinitas "triad", from trinus "threefold") which defines God as three consubstantial persons, expressions, or hypostases: the Father, the Son (Jesus Christ), and the Holy Spirit. The Trinity depicted in Hinduism with Brahma as the creator, Shiva is the destroyer, and Vishnu is the preserver. To the Taoist, it is Yin, Yang, and Tao. The pentagram or five-pointed star that is a symbol of man with his five limbs and five sensory organs as the upright spiritual human who places spirit above his or her animal body. The seal of Solomon uniting the alchemical heavens and earth in the As Above, So Below holy human matrimony. The circumpunct of the soul in which man must climb the ladder of chaos back to true self or order."