Query: Is there a link between breathing practice and release of Kundalini
I shall broadly discuss your queries on breathing practice,
Kundalini Energy, and Yoga.
The ultimate Yoga... the Raja Yoga... the process of
pranayama... all are directed towards one and only goal... trying to reach the inner self through the process of breathing! By practicing the right form
of breathing one is able to gain composure in life. This leads to mental and physical stability. Other than
trying to reach your inner self... the right breathing process fine tunes our thinking ability which is the
governor of all things mental.
Be it sex or otherwise... pranayama is highly recommended for each and
every individual living on Mother Earth. Truly speaking those who indulge in pranayama seriously would avoid
excessive indulgence in sex. For it is pranayama... the highest form of Yoga which leads one towards pure
spirituality. and in the field of pure spirituality there is no space for sexual inhibitions.
A pointed answer to your query is that practice of pranayama would lead
to extreme sexual satisfaction. There is no denial on that.
Performance of pranayama is a requisite for awakening of Kundalini. For
the Kundalini energy to get released... practice of celibacy (voluntary abstinence from sex) is essential
rather must. The release of the Kundalini energy is directly related to the level of celibacy one has
The monthly quota of energy provided to every man and woman by Almighty
God is required to be preserved if we seriously desire to release the Kundalini energy
within us. Practice of pranayama coupled with practice of absolute celibacy results in complete release of
Kundalini energy for one to practice spirituality at its best.
No form of Yoga or breathing leads to injuries internal or external.
Excessive exercising must never be practiced while doing yoga meditation. Even the sexual activity must be
performed in an absolutely passive manner. Neither yoga meditation nor sexual performance asks for aggressive
behavior. Both are best practiced in a serene environment.
It is primarily your aggressive behavior which leads to injuries internal
and external. Calm down by practicing pranayama (the breathing pose) and also Shavasana pose which is a
requisite must for performing Neti (not this, not this) the path and doctrine advocated by Maharishi
The practice of Neti (not this, not this) as advocated by Maharishi Ramana is not necessarily relates to a desire
for dialogue with God on one-to-one basis but is an essential must for awakening of Kundalini and vice versa. All
things spiritual are interrelated... difficult to differentiate between various aspects of Yoga.
One may indulge in the right pranayama posture but may not practice
celibacy. The other may practice celibacy but refrain from doing breathing exercises and also the practice of
Neti (not this, not this). Either way... one would not proceed towards the desired spiritual goal unless all
are practiced in harmony.
Spirituality is a multifaceted path. For awakening of Kundalini energy
which is a requisite must for proceeding towards the stage of Nirvikalpa Samadhi... practice of celibacy is
100% essential. We also simultaneously need gaining control of our breathing by pranayama which results in
gaining equipoise and control over the senses and the mind.
During injuries practice of your yogic exercises must altogether be
avoided. It is rather an absolute must. Gaining control over the breathing process in the Shavasana pose
would be a better alternative. In brief Shavasana pose (the dead pose) is a requisite must for practice of
Neti (not this, not this) and also pranayama.
Always there to clarify your queries (send your query),
Vijay Kumar "Atma Jnani" ... The Man who Realized God in 1993!
Full text of query: Is there a link between breathing (the practice) and sexual satisfaction?
Does meditative breathing awaken the Kundalini energy? As I am aging I find that I am having increased
injuries on this side, anteriorly and posteriorly.
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