Kundalini yoga is a kind of spiritual art that is based on the idea that Kundalini (the goddess of Kundalini awakening) exists in every human being, from childhood on up. In Hinduism, the Kundalini is also a form of cosmic feminine energy thought to reside at the root of the spinal cord, at the Muladhara point. It is often called the third eye of God and is said to be a divine force or energy associated with the pure feminine or the impersonal form of the Godhead. Kundalini yoga represents a spiritual awakening that helps you understand the meaning and purpose of this divine cosmic energy.
What is Kundalini yoga, exactly? The word “kundalini” is from the Sanskrit language, which is the root of Kundalini yoga. This type of yoga was first introduced in India about 100 years ago. Many westerners have learned the techniques of Kundalini yoga through various schools of yoga. In fact, there are several different schools of yoga, each one claiming that it is the only true way of learning this ancient art. The three most popular schools of yoga are Vaidya, Nyayama and Raja Yoga. Each has its own distinct style, but the common thread of each school is to awaken the Kundalini energy in all students.
There is no single and definite answer as to what is Kundalini yoga and why it is so important. In the eastern tradition, it is often viewed as the energy that lies in between the eyebrows of a woman who is pregnant. Kundalini yoga is sometimes used to help women get pregnant faster. However, its primary purpose is to aid in a spiritual awakening for the individual. Because it is such an ancient practice, it’s very difficult to find a book on this topic on the internet.