Among various yogas or meditations, Kundalini yoga is acknowledged as the most potent yet dangerous yoga in Vedic culture. The coiled-up snake is the symbol of Kundalini yoga, which signifies the un-manifest energy within you that lies quiescent at the base of the spine until it is activated. One can stimulate and channelize the power upward through the chakras in the process of spiritual perfection only by practicing Kundalini yoga.
The purpose of Kundalini yoga is to activate and attain spiritual energy or Shakti, inspired by Shaktism. If you awake your Kundalini, miraculous things will start happening that you never thought to be possible. Alike other meditations, Kundalini also involves chanting, singing, breathing exercises, and repetitive poses. Kundalini practice is also called “Yoga of Awareness.”
Benefits of Kundalini Yoga:
- Kundalini practice is also helpful to lower stress and anxiety. It is truly a fruitful treatment for anxiety disorders and continues its effect if exercise for consecutive 3-months.
- This yoga enhance self-acceptance and body positivity.
- It improves cognitive function and relatable skills such as cognitive flexibility, problem-solving, and reasoning.
- If Kundalini awakens, you will be more spiritually connected to yourself as well as with others. Apparently, this practice involves more benefits like encourage creativity, boost energy, increase internal peace, intensify charisma, and more empathy.
If you meditate the Kundalini yoga daily, the practice will unleash an entirely new energy level, and your body and surrounding components will start behaving in a completely different way.
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