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Kundalini – spiritual electricity – Kundalini as electricity – The sign of Aquarius is called the Water Bearer. In addition to its symbol of two jagged lines, the sign of Aquarius is often shown as aperson—many times a woman—holding a jug of water, indicating that the person is carrying something that flows like water. On the one hand,the astrological Aquarian symbol stands for electricity, while the other commonly accepted symbol shows a person carrying water. Putting the two ideas together, Aquarius can be said to show that a person can carry spirit that flows like water; spiritual electricity.

Kundalini as electricity – The sign of Aquarius is called the Water Bearer. In addition to its symbol of two jagged lines, the sign of Aquarius is often shown as aperson—many times a woman—holding a jug of water, indicating that the person is carrying something that flows like water. On the one hand,the astrological Aquarian symbol stands for electricity, while the other commonly accepted symbol shows a person carrying water. Putting the two ideas together, Aquarius can be said to show that a person can carry spirit that flows like water; spiritual electricity.

When called by mantras that carry her vibrations, Kali responds with a direct power that often leads right through some cherished part of our ego attachments. Her power tools are the Kundalini Shakti (the power of spiritual electricity). The rise of kundalini is said to reinvigorate the body with great electrical power since it is the life force – eros — itself.

Kundalini is consciousness in its creative aspect as Power . It is the spiritual energy latent in man.

No matter who we are or what we believe in, each of us is seeking happiness.This deep longing isn’t limited to humans, the most intelligent of life-forms. All living creatures seek balance and homeostasis. We aren’t only psychologically wired to seek happiness; our very physiology is built to seek equilibrium. The trillions of cells in our body strive for chemical, hormonal, metabolic, and electrical balance.

It is thus natural that we innately seek equilibrium in allspheres of our life, be it physical, mental, emotional, or material.We are wired to seek equilibrium because our very identity is rooted in asense of lack, a vague feeling of wanting an indefinable something. In an effort to feel whole, we chase material objects, like cars, fashion, and wealth, or psychological rewards, like recognition, success, relationships, and self-worth.In every instance, it is the underlying sense of lack that drives us to seek completion. We feel that we will become whole if and when we get whatever wechase. Although we feel happy and whole when we get what we want, these feelings are always temporary. Soon, the sense of lack returns, and we start seeking again.

The sign of Aquarius is called the Water Bearer. In addition to its symbol of two jagged lines, the sign of Aquarius is often shown as aperson—many times a woman—holding a jug of water, indicating thatthe person is carrying something that flows like water. On the one hand,the astrological Aquarian symbol stands for electricity, while the other commonly accepted symbol shows a person carrying water. Putting the two ideas together, Aquarius can be said to show that a person can carry spirit that flows like water; spiritual electricity. This is not inconsistentwith the idea common in the East that the advanced spiritual adeptcarries and wields the great feminine force called Shakti. Viewed fromthe Eastern spiritual perspective, Aquarian energy is spiritual power,shakti power, the power of the Great Feminine.

There are steps and procedures that enable us to tap our innerresources. We know, for example, that an entire oak tree is contained inan acorn. Down to the last detail of leaf, twig, and trunk, the oak treeexists in a dormant state in the acorn. But through the application ofenergy acting through time, the tree unfolds from its dormant state.

The sublime, alchemical process of photosynthesis blends the energies ofsunlight, water, and mineral into a growth process that produces agigantic tree from the tiny, humble acorn. We know that applying thesesame energies to a rock will not achieve the same result. It is onlybecause the oak tree is already within the acorn in some form that sucha transformation from seed to tree is possible.

The fire He holds, which is also symbolic of Kundalini, reminds us that “ignorance is burned in the fire of wisdom.” Such, then, is the Kundalini Fire. It is a fire of aware-ness that burns ignorance so that life takes on a new meaning and all previous concepts are burned up. It turns the individual upside-down, into a new being. Some Scriptures speak of being clothed with a new garment. Others speak of being touched by the Divine Light, or having Divine Mother reveal Herself in splen-dor. This experience may be of minutely detailed intricacy or it may suddenly sweep the aspirant to a panoramic Vision of Light, leaving him or her humbled and awed.There are no words.

Kundalini – “the fire of awareness, fire of wisdom”

The yogis say that when the primal fire—kundalini-is awakened, it is like a serpent fire, and then one can clearly visualize all seven flames of the fire accurately. The verse says that the flames should be shining and free from smoke. No worship should be conducted unless the kundalini fire awakens fully. At the base of the spinal column, there is a cavity which is called the kunda, and in this kunda resides the primal fire of kundalini. Kundalini is presently in a dormant form. With the help of the recitation of mantras, the ashes that cover the primal fire are blown off and the fire is ignited.

To melt the kundalini at the crown effectively, the inner fire must be ignited at both the navel and secret chakras and the winds must absorb into the central channel.

Remember, the right inner fire should bring the unification of bliss and the wisdom of nonduality. It is dangerous to forget this, because inner fire meditation is a very sensitive technique.

There are two specific locations on the body that house a high frequency of the fire element: the solar plexus and the tail bone. The tail bone is the location for the Kundalini fire energy. Please note that the location of fire is not limited to these locations on the body. For the fire that is located within the solar plexus, it looks like a flame that just sits there. It ends up sitting just over the 5-pointed star that sits over the uterus.

Kundalini Yoga “The serpent Power” is from the Sanskrit language “Kund” “to burn”; “Kunda”, “to coil or to spiral” a concentrated field of intelligent, invisible cosmic energy absolutely vital to life. It begins in the base of the spine as a man or woman begins to evolve in their first incarnation; fed by the chakras along the spine and by the cosmic energy entering through the feet from the earth. As wisdom is earned in each incarnation, this electromagnetic, ultra potent energy moves slowly upward through the spine. Kundalini is feminine polarity in nature. Through the course of history, by practicing Kundalini yoga along with chanting, Masters have successfully united the male and female principle within himself or herself, raising the inner transformational fire serpent from it’s seat at the base of the spine (the Kundalini).

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