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Stories of Spiritual Transformation: The Fulfillment of Kundalini Process - Modern Seekers, Ancient Teachings Paperback – January 11, 2017
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There is a lot of information floating around the internet and in books about Kundalini but unfortunately this knowledge is desperately incomplete and includes many misunderstandings. However, in this book you will discover things that you won't read anywhere else. For example, there are six nadis that Kundalini can enter.
1) Saraswati Nadi. This is a deflected, unstable rising that can make a person intelligent, unstable, and eccentric. Saraswati risings often begin during intensely traumatic events and these people frequently have issues with trauma in their lives.
2) Vajra Nadi. Another deflected rising that usually causes the person to have a deep interest in sexuality.
3) Lakshmi Nadi. It is very rare for Kundalini to enter this nadi from an initial release and can cause many serious problems including spontaneous human combustion.
4) Sushumna Nadi. This is the most commonly known nadi. Here Kundalini is able to elevate depending on the condition of the subtle body.
5) Chitrini Nadi. This is a rare and fortunate rising.
6) Brahma Nadi. Another rare and fortunate rising.
The first three nadis are cul-de-sacs and don't lead to enlightenment. They can give many spiritual gifts but Kundalini has to be redirected to a culminating nadi to really enter higher states of consciousness.
Since learning about these nadis I have become much more aware of what is happening in my spiritual friends. Whilst I am no expert, there are plenty of cases in which I am fairly certain that I have identified what their rising is – especially people with Saraswati, Vajra, or risings to the throat or brow.
This is a fascinating book that I read over and over. Highly recommended.
our inner goal, our still point deep within our soul, oneness, based on Kundalini science.
Anyone interested in embarking on a spiritual journey, this book clearly presents remarkable experiences from individual students who have reached a higher level of splritual development through Divine Guidance from PKYC (Patanjali Kundalini Yoga-Care). K.S. (Knoxville,TN)