Do this sequence regularly (at least three times per week). Be patient, practice with willingness, enthusiasm, faith, and devotion. It won’t be long before you feel the transformational benefits of the practice, the healing, the joy and peace.
Philosophy of the Asana If there is one asana which awakens the dormant Kundalini so powerfully, it has to be the Kandasana. Aside from the Ida, Pingala and the Sushumna, the Kanda is one important Nadi as it is where all the 72,000 energy points are rooted. It is located around nine inches above the … Read more
When the Kundalini is awakened properly, it could be directed to enter the Sushumna nadi where the chakras of the subtle body exist. She irrigates her pathway as she makes her way up, loosening the knots of ignorance known as the granthis, which in turn illuminates the soul.
Meditating is a joyous experience. You will always look forward to it. The more you meditate, the more your love for it grows. Your day will not be complete without it.
To acknowledge that our spirits shall rise to unite with God is the most beautiful gift of Samadhi. This is expressed through the gift of breathing.
Externally, Guhyasanas, resemble asanas (poses) but they go beyond. They defy many of the commonly accepted physical alignment principles. The body surrenders to the innate flow of the primal energy, the Kundalini.