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Kundalini

Stilled or Stirred?
<p style="text-align: justify;">Tantra, an exposition of Sri-vidya, is a thread of Vedic tantu. This ray of the light of consciousness folds upon itself as a coil (kundala) forming the coiled energies of the conscious universe, thus becoming <em>kundalini</em>.<br /> ....read below

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<p style="text-align: justify;">Tantra, an exposition of Sri-vidya, is a thread of Vedic tantu. This ray of the light of consciousness folds upon itself as a coil (kundala) forming the coiled energies of the conscious universe, thus becoming <em>kundalini</em>.<br /> This book looks at Tantra from a different perspective against the common view of it being more associated with its carnal/sexual nature. Tantra is the “art of celibacy”. Human beings are a wave in the ocean of Consciousness and this wave passes through our psycho-physiological complex compound, forming the personal <em>kundalini</em>. All sensations in human body are manifestations of the presence of <em>kundalini</em>. Our desires are the signals released by the <em>kundalini</em>. Different psycho-physical apparatuses are plugged into it like electric plugs in different socket.<br /> This volume, while portraying kundalini from its psycho-physical and spiritual implications and impacts, tries to alleviate some misconceptions about the nature of cakras — the consciousness centres. It deals at length with the phenomena of higher levels of spiritual evolution — “raising the <em>kundalini</em>” and “opening the cakras” — helping one drop all mental habit patterns to achieve “liberation”.<br /> This book is a “must read” for the practitioners of Yoga and all who want to take their spiritual life to a new realm.</p>
  • Binding: : Hardbound
  • 13 Digit ISBN : 9788124606667
  • 10 Digit ISBN : 8124606668
  • Edition : 1st Edition
  • Year : 2013
  • Pages : xii, 172p.
  • Size : 23
  • Weight (approx.) : 450
  • Bibliographic Details : 1 b/w photograph; Bibliography; Index

Foreword    
Acknowledgements    

Introduction    
Tantra: Clearing Misunderstandings    
1. Who Am I?    
2. Why Yogis Choose Celibacy?    
3. Emotion Centres in Meditation    
4. Body Movements: Symptom of Meditation?    
5. Honey of the Gods – 1    
6. Honey of the Gods – 2    
7. Eternal Swan    
8. Initiation into the Sun-Swan    
9. Knowing God    
10. When I Left the Sun    
11. Spheres of Light    
12.Ladder of the Thunderbolt    
13. Thousand Names of Kundalini    
Bibliography    
Index
    
Our lineage (Guru-Parampara)    
Swami Veda Bharati 
                                                                                                                                                                                               
                                                                        

 

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