Simplified Kundalini Yoga
By sincere practice of meditation, the senses come under the control of our mind and we do our actions with constant awareness of the cause and effect system. Kundalini is the life-force; the energy of the body and mind. Simplified Kundalini Yoga is the practice to utilize the life-force for the object of meditation; merging the mind with the life-force takes one to the subtlest frequency, which enhances awareness and furthers intellectual sharpness and understanding.
Simplified Kundalini Yoga (SKY) meditation practice
In SKY practice various stages of meditation are given to an individual
- A trained master initiates the student into meditation practice, intensifying the working center of his life-force at Agna Chakra (between the eyebrows) so as to focus there and meditate.
- After a few days of the initial practice, energy increase in the upper centers may be felt excessively. At this point the student is taught Shanti Yoga.
- The next stage of practice is Thuriya Yoga, which is meditation at the crown chakra, i.e. Sahasradara or Brahmarandra.
- Higher level techniques of meditation include Thuriateeth Yoga where the fractional state of consciousness unites with the infinite state of consciousness. By sincere practice the student can advance from the limited body consciousness to soul consciousness and ultimately to God consciousness.
- A separate technique of meditation is also taught to strengthen the mind and body in resistance to the adverse effects of planetary transits.
- Practices are also given to understand and increase one’s personal bio-magnetism for physical and mental optimum strength. One is also taught to use biomagnetism for helping others by passing energy in certain cases.
- Reduces the mental frequency.
- Enhances awareness.
- Improves intellectual sharpness and understanding.
- Increases the will power and concentration.
"One recent study found evidence that the daily practice of meditation thickened
the parts of the brain's cerebral cortex responsible for decision making, attention
and memory. Sara Lazar, a research scientist at Massachusetts General Hospital,
presented preliminary results last November that showed that the gray matter of
20 men and women who meditated for just 40 minutes a day was thicker than that of
people who did not."Read the complete article from the TIME magazine here .
Eligibility for SKY meditation practice
The SKY meditation can be practiced by those who have attained physical maturity (age above 14).
- Expansion of the mind
- Understanding law of nature
- Awareness of thought, word & deed