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Re: Experiences On Awakening Of Kundalini

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  • Swami-G
    ... smell, ... receive ... has ... hairs stand ... come ... Kumbhaka comes ... become ... Sahasrara, ... when ... Kundalini ... middle ... that ... Prana in
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      --- In meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com,
      medit8ionsociety <no_reply@y...> wrote:
      > EXPERIENCES ON AWAKENING OF KUNDALINI
      >
      > During meditation you behold divine visions, experience divine
      smell,
      > divine taste, divine touch, hear divine Anahata sounds. You
      receive
      > instructions from God. These indicate that the Kundalini Shakti
      has
      > been awakened. When there is throbbing in Muladhara, when
      hairs stand
      > on their roots, when Uddiyana, Jalandhara and Mulabandha
      come
      > involuntarily, know that Kundalini has awakened.
      >
      > When the breath stops without any effort, when Kevala
      Kumbhaka comes
      > by itself without any exertion, know that Kundalini Shakti has
      become
      > active. When you feel currents of Prana rising up to the
      Sahasrara,
      > when you experience bliss, when you repeat Om automatically,
      when
      > there are no thoughts of the world in the mind, know that
      Kundalini
      > Shakti has awakened.
      >
      > When, in your meditation, the eyes become fixed on Trikuti, the
      middle
      > of the eyebrows, when the Shambhavi Mudra operates, know
      that
      > Kundalini has become active. When you feel vibrations of
      Prana in
      > different parts inside your body, when you experience jerks like
      the
      > shocks of electricity, know that Kundalini has become active.
      During
      > meditation when you feel as if there is no body, when your
      eyelids
      > become closed and do not open in spite of your exertion, when
      > electric-like currents flow up and down the nerves, know that
      > Kundalini has awakened.
      >
      > When you meditate, when you get inspiration and insight,
      when the
      > nature unfolds its secrets to you, all doubts disappear, you
      > understand clearly the meaning of the Vedic texts, know that
      Kundalini
      > has become active. When your body becomes light like air,
      when you
      > have a balanced mind in perturbed condition, when you
      possess
      > inexhaustible energy for work, know that Kundalini has
      become active.
      >
      > When you get divine intoxication, when you develop power of
      oration,
      > know that Kundalini has awakened. When you involuntarily
      perform
      > different Asanas or poses of Yoga without the least pain or
      fatigue,
      > know that Kundalini has become active. When you compose
      beautiful
      > sublime hymns and poetry involuntarily, know that Kundalini
      has become
      > active.
      >
      > Sri Swami Sivananda


      SG: Sivananda is always clear and precise .......

      thank you for the post........


      Om
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