Kundalini – Chakras & The Channels of Energy

In Sanskrit, Kundal means a coil, and so kundalini has been described as ‘that which is coiled’. Kundalini literally means coiled serpent. In yoga, the symbolic serpent is a source of energy – an unconscious, instinctive or libidinal force called Shakti -, which lies coiled up at the base of our spine and when you release it through practice, then it leads towards enlightenment. Kundalini awakening is a process of deep meditation and enlightenment. Our body has 7 energy points – on top of the head is Shiva and on the bottom of the spine is shakti and there are 5 more energy points in between making them 7 points of energy. Our body is a container of Kundalini Shakti. We can chant a Mantra linked to each chakra until the kundalini arises, we can even use visualization by seeing a mental image of it but according to Vedanta mantras travel at the speed of sound which is less than light speed , and therefore channelling emotions are the fastest way for awakening Kundalini Shakti. So we can use either or a combination of Mantra, visualization and emotions in our Kundalini Meditation.

The very basics of the science, state that a human has seven major levels of existence, each corresponding to a station within his own body, like vortices or energy fields of that particular realm of existence,
so, we have
1) Muladhara, the base chakra below the spinal cord, where kundalini sleeps. The Mūlādhāra Chakra is the seat of the unconscious. When a snake is sleeping, therefore in an unconscious state, it appears to be peaceful and harmless, but in a wakeful state it can be extremely menacing and dangerous. When the Mūlādhāra Chakra becomes active , qualities that we had not suspected were within us, such as destructive rage, all-consuming passion, excessive desires or deep-seated anger, can surface and astound us. Or, on the other hand, we can also experience wonderful feelings of freedom, joy, harmony and closeness to God.
2) Svadhisthan, the second chakra at the root of the progenitive organ, which, appropriately, stands for the procreative need of the individual or race. The Svadhishthana Chakra is situated at the lower end of the Sacrum. Its Mantra is VAM.
 
The Svadhishthana Chakra marks the second level of our development. The evolution of consciousness towards pure, human consciousness begins in the Svadhishthana Chakra. It is the seat of the subconscious mind where all life experiences and impressions since the beginning of our existence in the womb are stored. The Muladhara Chakra is the storehouse of our Karmas, however these are activated in Svadhishthana Chakra.
3) Manipura, the third chakra, at the navel, symbolising the ‘power’ need, a sort of umbilical cord of the individual to his higher potential.
4) Hridaya, the fourth, at the heart, denoting the emotive need. According to Tantric tradition, Anahata chakra, the heart chakra, is just a level or dimension of our being and of the entire manifestation. The Spiritual Heart is more than this. Hridaya: The Spiritual Heart is not just a spark of God; the Spiritual Heart is God.
5) Vishudhha, the fifth at the throat, denoting eloquence. The Throat chakra is the fifth chakra. Located at the center of the neck at the level of the throat, it is the passage of the energy between the lower parts of the body and the head. The function of the Throat chakra is driven by the principle of expression and communication.
6) Ajna, the sixth, at the forehead, also the third eye, or gyan chakshu, denoting intuition, again, appropriately, the sixth sense. The two physical eyes see the past and the present, while the third eye reveals the insight of the future. The third eye means another dimension of perception has opened up , so that you can see beyond the obvious physical.
 
7) Sahasra, the seventh, over the roof of the head, meaning literally, the thousand petalled, or, symbolically, where the individual becomes, anant, endless, or the universe itself.

We have a great collection which is inspired by Kundalini:

LOTUS SEVEN CHAKRA PENDANT

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Our body has 7 major chakra centers where vital energy flows and intersects. 7 Chakra pendants with real gemstones embedded in it corresponds to the Chakras in the human body. These real gemstone pendants help to center, clear, balance and vitalize for our optimal well-being. The 7 chakra stones pendant helps in the stimulation of centric powers of the human body. We use different gemstones to manufacture chakra pendants. Each stone represents one of the seven chakras.    In this Lotus pendant we have Amethyst, Iolite, Blue Topaz , Peridot, Citrine, Carnelian and Red Garnet. These semi-precious stone stimulate chakras to transmit and receive physical, emotional, and spiritual energy. These stones also help release negative energy and channelize them effectively.
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Our body has 7 major chakra centers where vital energy flows and intersects. 7 Chakra pendants with real gemstones embedded in it corresponds to the Chakras in the human body. These real gemstone pendants help to center, clear, balance and vitalize for our optimal well-being. The 7 chakra stones pendant helps in the stimulation of centric powers of the human body. We use different gemstones to manufacture chakra pendants. Each stone represents one of the seven chakras. At Ahilya Jewels, we have used Amethyst, Iolite, Blue Topaz , Peridot, Citrine, Carnelian and Red Garnet. These semi-precious stone stimulate chakras to transmit and receive physical, emotional, and spiritual energy. These stones also help release negative energy and channelize them effectively.
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Beautifully designed as a coiled snake or naga , vertically wrapping itself around the finger. Extremely elegant . The snake also signifies the Kundalini rising. . Shiva is often pictured in yogic posture. As an all accomplished yogi, the fully awakened “”serpent power”” is typically represented by the snake around his neck.It represents the ego , that , once mastered ,  can be worn as an ornament .Om Namah Shivaay !!!!
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Styled around a naga , we designed it very aesthetically so that the coils look elegant . With the scales showing very clearly across the kada. This is a unisex kada and can be worn by both men and women.
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Snakes and particularly the cobra are widely worshipped in India. This beautiful piece ends with two stylised snake head terminals mounted in sterling silver.
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Designed as a coiled naga snake, this earring looks extremely classy and minimalist.
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This spectacular Handcrafted Lord Shiva Hasli, features immaculate detailing of hooded cobras and floral motifs. Enrich your collection and showcase your devotion with this exclusive piece. Om Namah Shivaay !!!!

All of these adornments have a spiritual significance and our designs are truly inspired by these adornments.

For more details about Shivaay Collection please visit www.ahilyajewels.com

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