The word kundalini is made up of the word kundal of Sanskrit

which means winding. It is believed that the Kundalini Shakti is harmed by the horoscope like the serpent in every person’s Muladhadar chakra, which is to be awakened from the hatha yogic practices. The more successful you are to wake it up, the overall health will improve. Yogacharya Kaushal Kumar, giving information about the measures to awaken the Kundalini

To understand the art of Kundalini Jagaran first, first we need to get brief information about Hatha Yoga. Hatha Yoga is a major type of yoga. The word Hatha Yoga is made up of the sum total of two and a half letters, in which the first means the sun and the other’s moon. The unity of the sun and the moon is called hatha yoga only. According to Hatha Yoga texts, there are seven chakras, 72 thousand nadis and 10 types of air or life in our body.

There are basically seven main chakras in the body, which are located in the Sushumna pulse that passes through the spinal cord. Sushumna starts from the Muladhadara chakra and goes to the top of the head. These chakras are associated with nerves. Symbolically symbolize the chakras in the form of lotus flowers

Description of the lunar chakras

Muladhara Chakra

It is located in the male body between the genitalia and the anus and in the womb of the cervix. Mulaladar is the basis of our existence, that is why it is considered to be the core center. Mooladar Chakra is associated with earth elements and our horoscope. Its symbol is the four-party deep red lotus. It’s the seed spell. The instrument of earth element in its center is yellow square. At the center of this class there is a red triangle, whose top is downwards. It is a symbol of power. There is a gender within the triangle, which is a sign of subtle power. Our Kundalini Shakti is lying around three and a half wrapped around this same penis in Sushuptavata. This is the place of Kundalini Shakti. This place is the center of all human power, emotional, mental, spiritual or spiritual power. The aim of Hatha Yoga is through self-purification, mental concentration and verbs awakening this idle Kundalini power, taking it through different chakras to the Sahasrara Chakra, which is also called Shiva Chakra.

Swadhishthana chakra

Swadhishthan chakra is behind right after Jananandirya in the spinal cord above two Angul above the Mooladar chakra. It is associated with water element and tsunami. This chakra is portrayed as a symphonic lotus flower floral. Its seed mantra is venerable. This chakra is symbolic of the desire of indigenous pleasures. The main air meditation of Swadhishthan is meditation and this chakra is the dwelling place of Pranayak kosh. With its purification, one gets up from animalistic pursuits.

Manipura chakra

It is located in the spinal cord right behind the navel. It is associated with fire element and visually impaired. This chakra is painted as a 10-part lotus. In the midst of the lotus, the fire element has a dark red triangle. Its seed mantra is A. It is related to ambition, willpower and ability to govern. Our entire digestive system is controlled by this cycle.

Anahat Chakra

Anahata Chakra is located in the spinal column behind the center of the thoracic center. It is associated with air and touch. There is a hexagonal shape in the center of the lotus. It is the seed mantra. It is a symbol of selflessness. At this stage, the spirit of brotherhood and tolerance begins to grow and there is a sense of love for all creatures. When the Kundalini awakens and penetrates the Anahata Chakra, then the seeker becomes filled with divine love.

Vishuddha chakra

It is located in the spinal cord behind the neck and throat follicle. This is the center of purification. It is represented by a 16-party purple lotus. There is a white circle in the center of the lotus, which is the device of the sky element. It’s the seed mantra. When consciousness is reached on the pure Chakra, the correct understanding and discretion in the seeker is awakened. The ability to differentiate between truth and false increases. It is associated with the word. When this cycle is awakened, the leadership capacity develops in the seeker.

Mandate cycle
In the middle brain, the compass cycle is located at the top of the spinal column behind the Mediterranean. This chakra is also known as the third eye, Shiva Nakshatra, Gyan Chakshu, Triveni etc. The mandir chakra is represented as a silver-colored lotus with two petals. These two petals are symbols of sun and moon or pingala and ida. In the center of the

lotus, the holy seed mantra is inscribed. When the Chakra is awakened, then the mind becomes stable and powerful and the seeker gets control over the five elements. In addition, the seeker becomes capable of extracting and acquiring ideas from this center. Its awakening brings wisdom, memory and strong concentration power.

Sahasrara Chakra

It is located in the top part of the head, which is the smallest part of the head of the newborn. This is not really the cycle. It is the consciousness or the highest place. The Kundalini power has to be reached here by penetrating all the cycles by awakening from the Muladhadara. This is his last pace. Sahasrara is depicted as a thousand lotus lamps. Muladhara Shakti is the place of nature or Parvati. Being aware of the Sahasrara Chakra, which is considered to be the place of Shiva, consciousness or divine, by touching all the chakras by awakening the sleeping Kundalini, it is called the complete awakening of the Kundalini or the union of the soul and soul and the union of consciousness and matter. Here the yogi attains the ultimate speed, crosses the cycle of birth and death.

The nerves
According to the Gorkha Samhita, under the navel is the original place of the nerves, out of which 72 thousand nadis have emerged, the major ones in them are 72. Three of them are main nadis – Ida, Pingala and Sushumna.

Ida Nadi is associated with the left nostril and Pingala pulse right nostril. The ida pulse extends from the left part of the coccyx and crosses each cycle and ascends with the spiral motion in the spinal cord and it ends in the left part of the mandate cycle. The pingala pulse ends from the right part of the coccyx and ends up in the right part of the chakra chakra climbing upward spiral in the opposite direction of the eda. Ida is a symbol of passive, introvert and female ethnic and moon pulse. Pingala is also called Sun Nadi. Sushumna is the pulse between these two, which is the spiritual path in the center of the spinal cord. It starts with Muladhara Chakra and end in Sahasrara. At the starting point of this Sushumna Nadi, it has blocked the way the Kundalini power has been blocked. On going to the world of this power, Shakti Sushumna, also known as Brahmandhra, joins Shiva on the Sahasrara Chakra, dividing all the chakras.

When the flow of breathing is more in the left nostril, then the primacy of the ida nadi, which is the symbol of our mental power, remains. On the contrary when there is more flow of breath in the right nostril, then it is a symbol of physical strength and it shows heat and extrovert in the body. When the flow in both the nostrils is the same, then Sushumna is preferred. In order to balance the ida and pingala, the body has to be purified by the first shekarma, asana, pranayama, bond and mudra. When Ida and Pingala nadis become pure and balanced, and when the mind is in control, the Sushumna pulse starts flowing. To succeed in Yoga, Sushumna is required to flow. If Pingala is flowing, then the body will remain disturbed and hyperactivity, if Ida is flowing, then the mind remains very active and restless. When Sushumna flows, then the Kundalini awakens the cycles by rising upward

Prana means life force. The intellectuals considered this biological power to be associated with breathing in a gross form. Through breathing, life and life are transmitted in the human body. There are 5 types of air or life in the human body – Apan, Same, Prana, Udana and Vyana. Apan is located in the state of Odya, is located in the same navel region, the position of Prana is in the heart area, Udan is located in the throat area and Vyana is occupied throughout the body.

The practice of pranayama has been discussed in Hatha Yoga texts. By practicing them, control or regulation of energy is called energy. Even after sacrificing Prana Vay in Apan Vay and Apan in the body oxygen, the Kundalini power awakens and enters the Sushumna and it is helpful in making the chakras penetrating in the Sahasrara Chakra. The main pranayama for awakening the Kundalini-Suryabhadhi, Ujjayi, Shitali, Bhatirka, Bhramari, Soul, Plavini, Nadishodhan etc.

Suitable place for compound practice
Yoga should be practiced only by a quiet, quiet, clean, flat, ventilated, insect-mosquito etc., away from fire and stones etc. The author of Hathaoga Pradipika Swami Swatantra, considered enthusiasm, courage, patience, philosophy, firm determination and being in seclusion is considered as a seeker element for success in Hatha Yoga. KNOW MORE