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Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini yoga is an art of arising kundalini force from near anus to the head through the vertebral column. Actually speaking in yoga words, the kundalini is encircled in three and a half in ‘Mooladhara athmeeya chakra’ in front of the anus. A kundalini yogi can arise kundalini in a disciple (sishya) with an energized hand and mantra. The kundalini can be taken through the sushumna nadi to athmeeya chakra swadhishtana, above the root of the penis. Then kundalini is taken to the manipura chakra in the nabhi. Then to the anahatha chakra in the chest. Then to visuddhi chakra in the neck, then to the aajhna chakra in the forehead. Then to the sahasrara chakra in the top of the head. This practice is made with the help of the disciple after he goes on various yoga, pranayama and meditations. he goes on samadhi position in a short period. The body is cleansed by Vasi yoga practice.

The disciple has to undergo yoga, pranayama, om japa, sohum japa, maha bandha, mahamudra etc special to the arising kundalini, and practice vigorously about four to five hours daily. And to go for manthra japa ‘Nama Shivaya’ covering 100 lakhs.

Here yogi K.K Janardhanakurup gives kundalini deeksha according to the Tamil siddha tradition and according to the text ‘Kundalini Thanthram’ written by him after an experience of 20 years of kundalini yoga practice. Three days continued practice for four hours is practiced here for arising kundalini.

Manthra Deeksha

Here yogi Janardhanakurup give manthra deeksha in the traditional method after energizing mooladhara chakra. All japam of manthra is made in mooladharam in kumbhaka pranayama. This method is very effective in achieving devatha’s bliss in an early stage itself. Any manthra of Sanskrit, Malayalam, Tamil or Hindi devathas can be made deeksha in the proper way, according to the textbook, ‘Mathra Siddhi Thanthram’, in which proper way of japa for all the mathras have been given.