Experience of kundalini awareness and the process that unfolds after that effective inner religious energy is ignited. It had been my great excellent fortune to receive shaktipat initiation (the awakening of kundalini) from Swami Muktananda who was simply the recognized Master of the Siddha Yoga lineage at that time. I state it was my good great fortune because, in this custom, not merely could be the initiation given, but the required teachings for understanding the awareness and the religious experiences and process that unfolds as a result of it are freely and freely given.
I shortly realized, through my very own internal knowledge and the activities of the others around me who had acquired shaktipat, that heavenly inner energy not merely has the ability to offer one the best of mystical activities nondual teachers but can also be a supreme healer. In her goal to get the seeker to the understanding of oneness with Great Consciousness, she must help us to eliminate our inner obstacles on the bodily, emotional, psychological, psychic and religious levels.
Much like any development and healing method, being faced with limitations, restrictions, negative emotions, bad behaviors and previous difficult activities and unresolved issues, could be hard and often frightening. When along with intense, spontaneous activities of power moving in manners an individual doesn’t have previous instruction, information or understanding of, it can be frustrating, leading the individual to get support from clergy, spiritual advisers, intellectual health practitioners and holistic practitioners-many of whom are with a lack of the necessary experience and knowledge to supply ample support, and a number of whom might actually misdiagnose the individual’s knowledge, marking it pathological. Therefore it’s imperative that anybody giving support to people with awakened kundalini have information and connection with the kundalini method across religious cultures.
There are lots of titles for the kundalini across spiritual traditions. Several are: the Tibetan Buddhist tummo, or internal fireplace, the Chrisitian Holy Spirity, the Chinese Martial Arts and Therapeutic Arts Chi, and the num of African-american tribal dacers and healers. When one considers the mystical texts, poetry and anecdotal material of a number of traditions experiential paradigms arise explaining the awakening and motion of this transforming internal power. The most articulated program could be the Chakra/Nadi system that seems in Yoga, Tibetan Buddhism and Sufism.
In this method the kundalini is awakened and techniques up through the key route or sushumna, piercing the chakras or power stores in the subtle, power body. Along the way of going through the chakras the kundalini produces a variety of bodily, mental, mental, psychic and religious experiences. Throughout the Yoga, Tibetan Buddhist and Sufi traditions the words might vary in describing the paradigm, but they are basically the same.
The Christian program is less fully articulated, but is hinted at in the Book of Revelations as Steve, following obtaining the awareness of the Sacred Spirit from Jesus, later activities some mystical visions. In one he is shown the seven closes and the eight tones of God who preside around them. Each seal represents a level of thought or consciousness. In Kabbalah, the mystical course of Judaism, there’s an elaborate program of the Tree of Life and the sefiroth.
Note can also be made of the 7 heavens and the Hebrew letters or sounds used to attain them. In the Indigenous American tradition, the Hopi Creation Story describes vibrational centers that work across the axis or spinal column. These five centers are situated beneath the navel, in the centre, the neck, just below the top of the mind and at the the top of head-a program rather like the chakra system.