An Exploration of Kundalini Maha Shakthi – A Journey through the Chakras By Bulusu Udaya Bhaaskar Rev. 0.   6 comments

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An Exploration of Kundalini Maha Shakthi – A Journey through the Chakras By Bulusu Udaya Bhaaskar Rev. 0.

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An Exploration of Kundalini Maha Shakthi – A Journey through the Chakras By Bulusu Udaya Bhaaskar Rev. 0

Brief Note of the Book

The aim of all yogic and other spiritual practices is to release the great cosmic power or kundalini Shakti which lies coiled three and a half times in mooladhara chakra. The process of awakening this force, or prana, is describes in the scriptures as, “The flight of a bird rising from earth to heaven, tied to a golden thread”. The earth is mooladhara chakra, heaven is ajna chakra, the bird is mahaprana and the golden thread is Sushumna nadi which runs through the centre of the spinal column. By manipulating, storing and expanding the prana within the body it is possible to awaken the sleeping prana Shakti. This is the fundamental purpose of the yogic sciences of pranayama (expanding the dimensions of prana) and prana vidya (knowledge of prana).

Kundalini Shakti (Macro-Cosmic energy)

Prana is both macrocosmic and microcosmic and is the substratum of all life. Mahaprana (the great prana) is the cosmic, universal, all-encompassing energy out of which we draw substance through the breathing process. According the Paramahamsa Satyananda, “You cannot conceive macrocosmic prana; I cannot speak about it, and you would not be able to understand even if I could.” The various pranas in the body are at once a part of this mahaprana and also separate from it.

The cosmic manifestation of prana or mahaprana in the individual body is represented by kundalini. The entire cosmic experience from creation to dissolution is embedded within the folds of kundalini, hence it is known as atma Shakti or universal energy. In all living beings the divine consciousness is first converted into prana or energy and, as kundalini is the reservoir for this magnanimous amount of prana, it is also known as prana shakti.

The word kundalini is derived from the term kunda which means a ‘pit’ or ‘cavity’. Kundalini is the energy inherent within the matter of mooladhara chakra, the dormant centre lying in the perineum in males and in the cervix in females. When the full potential of this energy is released it travels up through the central nervous system, in the physical body, or sushumna nadi, in the pranic body.

Generally, however, prana Shakti is only partially released from mooladhara chakra through the connecting channels of ida and pingala nadis. Ida and pingala are only capable of conducting a low voltage of energy; they vitalize the mind and body but not to its full potential. Only the full force of kundalini Shakti (prana shakti) can awaken all the conscious and vital functions.

Prana Shakti (Micro-Cosmic energy)

Prana Shakti also manifests as six main centres of chakras (storehouses of prana) which are located along the spinal column or sushumna. The lowest chakra in the energy circuit is mooladhara. The next chakra, swadhisthana, is two fingers width above mooladhara and corresponds to the sacral plexus. Above this is Manipura, behind the navel, which corresponds to the solar plexus. In the spinal column, in the region of the heart, lies Anahata chakra which is connected to the cardiac plexus. In the middle of the neck is Vishuddhi chakra which corresponds to the cervical plexus. At the top of the spinal cord, at the medulla oblongata, is ajna chakra which is connected to the pineal gland in the physical body.

In order to control the functions of the body, prana Shakti also manifests in the major prana vayus: prana, apana, samana, udana and vyana. In the Upanishads prana vayu is also called the ‘in breath’. Vyana is the ‘all-pervasive breath’. Prana is inhalation; apana exhalation; samana, the time between the two; and udana, the extension of samana. Each vayu is interdependent and interconnected.

Necessity of Prana

Of the five vayus the two most influential are prana and apana. Prana is the inward moving force which is said to create a field moving upwards from the navel to the throat. Apana is the outward moving force which is said to create a field moving downwards from the navel to anus. Both prana and apana move spontaneously in the body but can be controlled through tantric and yogic practices. The Upanishads say a method has to be employed to reverse the direction of the opposite moving forces of prana and apana so that they unite with samana in the navel centre. The result of these forces coming together is the awakening of kundalini.

Multi-dimensional energy

Prana, or the tangible manifestation of the higher self, flows through various energy pathways or matrices within the pranic body. The three most important paths of pranic energy are known as ida nadi, pingala nadi and sushumna nadi. They are located along the length of the spinal cord. Ida and pingala nadis coil around sushumna in three dimensions like a spiral staircase. A complete knowledge of these nadis helps in understanding the inherent multi-dimensional energy of us that is prana.

Ida and pingala are flows of charged ions capable or exerting an influence upon the flow of prana. Ida nadi is a negatively charged flow or prana and pingala is a positively charged flow of prana. Consequently, discharges occurring between them are likely to influence all the dimensions of our consciousness of one who meditates upon them. In fact, it is believed by some scientists that the psychic centres, or chakras, in the pranic body are nothing more than areas of immense radiation caused by localized accumulations of pranic energy emitting various sub-atomic or ‘elementary’ particles. Prana has been described as a type of complex multi-dimensional energy consisting of a combination of electrical, magnetic, electromagnetic, photonic, ocular, thermal and mental energies. The five principle sub-divisions of prana, which exist in the different parts of the body, have varying densities of ionic fields. They may be visualized as swirling clouds of differing colours and hues. The pranic clouds are free toexpand or contract with or without the influence or any external factors. The different colours of the pranic or bioplasmic clouds are due to the emission of photons when electrons change their energy levels from higher to lower frequencies.

Posted February 16, 2012 by UdayaBhaaskarBulusu

6 responses to “An Exploration of Kundalini Maha Shakthi – A Journey through the Chakras By Bulusu Udaya Bhaaskar Rev. 0.

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  1. Sri Maatre Namha,

    With due regards I express that I am very much interested the knowledge of Sri Vidya, since last month I meditating with my own knowledge, with Sri Charka matra received from Devipuram. It is better I get any ebook or URL address for acquiring more Knowledge.

    Thank you very much for this beautiful site.

    Sudhakar
    In search of MAA..

    • Dear Sri Sudhakar Rao Garu, I am also on the same path and in the Process of writting and complilling of An Encyclopedia on Sri Laitha Tripura Sundari – Unveling the Secret of The Exotic Power of Sri Chakra Archana.

      Kindly pray Sri Chakra Swarupini Sri Rajarajeswari Sri Maha Vidya Sri Maha Tripura Sundari Sri Lalitha Parabhattarika to give power in completing it.

      Thanking you,

      With Regards,

      Udaya Bhaaskar Bulusu

    • Namaste – kindly refer to this: http://youtu.be/FaRHIWgp1-k and many other posts on Youtube, Vimeo etc to learn about Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, Sahaja Yoga meditation; about the “authorized” awakening of one´s Kundalini and start receiving the ultimate Vidya as Kundalini Ma starts clearing one´s nadis, chakras, phitas etc. With Love & Respect, Hans from Germany

      Hans-Chr. Brinkschmidt
  2. I just want to say I am all new to blogs and actually savored your web blog. Very likely I’m want to bookmark your blog . You definitely have beneficial posts. Bless you for sharing with us your web site.

  3. First of all my Pranam to you, Your work is beyond verbal explanations. May H.H.Devi Maha Maya’s blessing be up on your soul always.
    I’ am a doctor in Clinical Psychology. I did more than 35 years of research and still continuing the same in Para Psychology. I humbly wish to inform you that the root cause of IBS, which you mentioned in you work , is actually psychological. Its just a physiological manifestation of psychological issues. I did lot of research and experiments too in this subject. Even without any medication IBS can be treated fully by properly addressing the psychological issues combined with chakra correction measures. I will communicate with you separate through your mail later.
    I once again appreciate you for the excellent work you carried out.

    Namasthe.
    Dr.Subash

    • Thank you for your appreciation but it is not my greatness it is her intention to make the knowledge available to open world and I am just a mediator or messenger who his executing her orders thru this soul
      In fact it is her greatness for choosing me as a mediator for which I will always greatful to her for her blessing on me and I am just a knowledge seeker from her as I am still a child to learn many things from her
      You can communicate with me on bulusuub@gmail or bulusuub@techie.com or 09951354542

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