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Introduction to Kundalini Yoga
is The Kundalini? - What is Kundalini Yoga?
Kundalini Yoga came to the West
Symbolism - a Brief Historical Perspective
Kundalini Yoga at Home
of Kundalini Yoga and Meditation
Yoga and Sexual Energy
for and Concluding a Kundalini Yoga Session
Set for Maintaining a Flexible Spine
Fundamental Components of Kundalini Yoga
Guru Rattana, Ph.D.
An Introduction to Kundalini Yoga
science of Kundalini Yoga and meditation was developed
over 50,000 years ago by rishis in India and Tibet, who systematically
tested and perfected the precise movements, postures, sounds and
breathing that activate different parts of the body and brain
to produce specific results.
sacred and hitherto secret teachings were brought to the
West in 1969, and presented to the public for the first time by
Bhajan. Not only was this the first time they had ever
been taught publicly, it was also the first time they had been
written down and made available to all who desired to practice,
rather than to a very select band of initiates. It was
his belief that the knowledge belongs to everyone.
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Technology, we are able to bring these teachings to the
whole world, using the medium of the Internet.
Yoga is the science, art and technology enabling one to access
and utilize his or her own creative power for elevation of consciousness,
healing and other purposes beyond reproduction. This power, (shakti),
is thought to lie dormant in the lower end of the spine, and is
often pictured as a coiled, sleeping serpent (kundalini means
coiled), until it is awakened, either spontaneously or by yogic
techniques, and arises to unite with the Universal Energy (prana),
empowering the individual with awareness beyond ordinary perception
and powers (siddhis) beyond ordinary ability.
Yoga is one of the few yogic paths to actually allow sex. Not
only that, regular practice can greatly increase your levels of
sexual energy leading to a wonderfully enhanced sex life.
Yoga is the most powerful and inclusive of all yogas. Although
sharing the same goal as Hatha Yoga - union with the Universal,
Divine Source, or God, it can
give results up to 16 times faster. It is also easier to practice
and takes less time. You may know that Hatha Yoga postures tend
to be quite difficult and you have to maintain a pose for a long
time. Many people simply cannot do those poses.
on the other hand does not rely on difficult poses. It consists of exercises or postures (Asanas)
combined with special breathing (Pranayama),
hand and finger gestures (Mudras),
body locks (Bhandas), Mantras
and Meditation. (See section -
Components of Kundalini Yoga). These
are done together, or in sequence to create exact, specific effects.
Kriya is an exercise or group of them, with one or more
of the other components, whose total impact is greater than
the sum of its parts. Kundalini Yoga sets are kriyas,
rather than simply calisthenic series.
Kundalini Yoga is much more "concentrated" than other yogas.
It is also safe to practice on your own since the postures are
not dangerous for beginners.
Yoga is addictive! Once the results are experienced, we want
more! There are thousands of sets and meditations,
an abundance covering every phase of human and super-human experience.
website is intended to provide you with information only. This
information is not intended to replace professional medical care.
If you believe that you may suffer from a physical or emotional
impairment, seek help from a licensed health care professional.
The exercises provided within this web site are to be used at
your own discretion and under professional guidance. They are
not offered in substitution for medical advise or treatment. Our
goal is to complement medical care by encouraging healing of the
body, mind, and spirit. Best results are obtained by exercising
common sense and body awareness in the practice of Kundalini yoga
and meditation, and supplementing it with a healthy diet and lifestyle.