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KUNDALINI SHAKTI part 3

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Post  henry_gautama on Sun Mar 25, 2012 4:42 pm


KUNDALINI SHAKTI part 3

By Trimurti Yoga Kundalini

Native tribes of America have their own perception regarding kundalini. As per their beliefs, there
is a hole on the top of every human being when he is born. For them, the hole at the pate of the
head is child’s connection with God. In their scheme of things, second point is the brain and third
one is heart. As the child grows up, he imbibes the values and customs laid down by his parents
and gradually that hole is closed. The moment that hole is closed, the natives believe, individual’s
connection with God is severed. Interestingly, there is a stark similarity between our culture and
the culture of these natives. Our scriptures have attached special attention to seven centers-
Chakras as they are called and their relevance to our personal and spiritual growth. Charkas,
including Crown Chakra, remain closed at the outset; as the man grows up he has to open them
in a phased and procedural manner. With Shaktipat, the thousand petalled lotus is opened.
Finally when all thousand petals of this lotus are opened, a man attains Moksha.

In our Sanatan ethos, irrespective of whether a person attained Siddhadom in his lifetime or not,
he is conferred Siddhadom posthumously. In some way Kapal kriya is performed on him. Kapal
Kriya is originally a part of the last rites, where the skull of the deceased is broken open,
essentially by the son of the deceased. Through this act the deceased is supposed to turn into a
Siddha. The futility of the exercise is lost on everyone. Little does anyone realize there is no point
in elevating a corpse for Siddha status, whereas it would have been appropriate had it been
opened to receive the sacred wisdom, when the dead man was alive. But that would have been
possible only through Guru’s powers and not by the stick in a son’s hands. Ideally, Shaktipat was
the best recourse to opening the inner recess of his mind. Anyway, Kapal Kriya is a symbolic way
of analyzing the whole issue.

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