Harness the most powerful energy on earth through a series of pranayamas (breaths), asana (postures), mandras (affirmations),mudras (hand gestures), and bandhas (energy locks), while connecting to, cleansing, clearing, and balancing the chakras, as you learn to utilize the energy’s magnetism to manifest spiritual, mental, and material prosperity, abundance, and well-being.
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"Tantra is the practice of kundalini awakening. It is a weaving and reweaving—an integrated process of awakening our dormant potential. The fabric of life is made of currents and cross-currents of energy that are woven together in a structured manner. As human beings, our energy structure gives us the broadest range of powers and privileges, and we therefore have a great responsibility to use them wisely.
Kundalini is a type of energy that sits dormant in the first chakra, at the base of the spine. This energy is released during orgasm through the second chakra, as the body attempts to create a child. During life-threatening situations, the kundalini energy is also often released.
This is how people suddenly have the superhuman strength to save themselves or a loved-one. Most of us have heard about the grandmother who had to lift a car to save her grandchild. Her kundalini was released, giving her the power to do what she needed to do. Long ago, some yogis discovered that the kundalini can be used to move very quickly into higher states of consciousness.
By meditating on the chakras, the kundalini is activated and begins to rise.
The kundalini is coiled up like a very tight spring, and when released there is sometimes an explosion of power. Properly directed, the kundalini will travel up a tube in the energy body that lies close to the spine. Without proper direction, the release of kundalini can be very uncomfortable and possibly damaging.
(This is why it is very important to study kundalini yoga with an experienced guide.)
On it's way up, the kundalini both cleans and strengthens the energy body and chakras. You may feel a warm sensation moving up your back.
Kundalini is the energy, the life force. It has different names, chi, prana, sometimes it is called shakti. The more Kundalini you have, the more alive and awake you are.
You could think of kundalini yoga as a way of tapping into a natural storage of power that we all
have to fuel your practice.
Kundalini is a Sanskrit word that literally means "snake." Kundalini is also called "serpent power" because this sleeping spiritual force in every human being lies coiled at the base of the spine. Once awakened, it rises through a series of centers, also called chakras, and finds expression in the form of spiritual knowledge and mystical visions. According to the Tantric tradition, the human body contains seven centers of subtle energy (chakras), referred to as "lotuses," through whose channels the kundalini rises.
The kundalini rises through these centers from the base of the spinal column all the way to the top of the head, where the thousand-petaled-lotus chakra is located. When kundalini reaches the seventh chakra with its entire power, this spiritual energy develops its full majestic force in the form of enlightenment."
For more information, read
Astrology and the Rising of the Kundalini
by Barbara Hand Clow
The Serpent Power:
The Secrets of Tantric and Shaktic Yoga by Arthur Avalon (Sir John Woodroffe)