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Kundalini Yoga Ashram's Blog

Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh

Posted on April 16, 2020 at 11:17am 0 Comments

Kundalini Yoga Ashram follow the Himalayan tradition and which follows the both Shaiva and Shakta Tantra. In Shiva tantra we follow Kashmir shivism and Trika traditioin and in Shakta tantra we follow the 10 Mahavidyas by worshiping 10 Godessess. Shri Vidya Tantra is the major part of Shakta tantra. We follow the systematic and scientific method of tantra practices which is good for the modern people. Because according to my experience very rare are really prepared for the advance tantra…

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How kundalini moves?

Posted on April 16, 2020 at 9:00am 0 Comments

By the certiain practices when kundalini awaken a practioner feel a kind of heat in the root centre and that too, many practitioner experiences differently. When someone establishes stillness and calmness with his/her practices he could be able to succeed while hold the state of awakening, otherwise it may bring a feeling of discomfort. Some people experience also a severe headace. In the beginning stage, one feels like the arousal of sexual energy and when kundalini reach second chakra then…

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What is Kundalini Yoga?

Posted on April 16, 2020 at 8:52am 0 Comments

The word kundalini is derived from the Sanskrit verb root “Kunda” means pit where we put fire. This fire is covered with the ashes around it, that’s why it is not possible for it to burn the impurities of human being. When with the Yogic practices, this fire is uncovered then all the old impressions that are stored with their imprints from thousands years will get burnt and a person becomes completely pure which in yogic terms called as say “awakening”. Normally this energy look like a…

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At 9:32am on April 14, 2020, Omkara said…

Namasté Kundalini Yoga Ashram,
thank you for joining. Loving greetings.

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