Spiritual Life Coaching – Raising the Kundalini Shakti

Raising the kundalini is not difficult but it will only happen when the initiate is ready. I counsel clients from all over the world on the best way to prepare for a kundalini awakening. First, let’s define what the kundalini is. The divine life force energy of the kundalini is polarized into two forms; static and dynamic. The static form is when the kundalini is in the dormant state, coiled precisely three and one half times around the base of the spine. Here it remains until it is awakened into the dynamic state of prana shakti. This dynamic state is also what is being called “dark matter” by scientists today. It is the ether of the cosmos that binds every atom in the universe together. It can also be referred to as “Source Consciousness.”

The kundalini coil is a spiraling portal at the base of the central pathway (sushumna-nadi) located at the root chakra. This chakra portal connects the Earthly, physical realm with the physical body. It also acts as a wormhole into an infinite storehouse of prana shakti energy.

When the initiate is ready, the kundalini awakens and the prana shakti rises slowly and steadily up the spine, in a spiraling motion, until it reaches the top of the head at the crown chakra. Along the way, it will unblock, balance, and purify the root chakra (muladhara), the sacral chakra (svadhisthana), the solar plexus chakra (manipura), the heart chakra (anahata), the throat chakra (visuddha), the third eye chakra (ajna), and the crown chakra (sahasara).

The ultimate purpose of a kundalini awakening is to open up the crown chakra, the “thousand-pedaled flower” located at the top of the head. This bestows the initiate with spiritual enlightenment or Self Realization. It is the coming to consciousness of one’s divine nature and connection with the Source (also referred to as the “I Am” consciousness). Unfortunately this experience cannot be taught, you simply have to experience it for your Self.

Yoga and tai chi are excellent exercises to stimulate the root chakra and awaken the kundalini. So is meditation and pranic breathing. The ida and pingala pathways can be accessed by closing one nostril and breathing deeply through the open nostril, then alternating to the other nostril and breathing deeply. I recommend this pranic breathing exercise seven times a day, everyday. In addition, I also recommend meditation for fifteen minutes a day.

And finally, diet is very important. I recommend to my clients a nutrient-dense, fibrous vegetable-rich diet that is sugar-, gluten-, and starch-free. Drink plenty of distilled water. Other water sources may contain fluoride and/or chlorine which is toxic and acid-forming to the body. The key is to bring the body into a slightly alkaline state. This will allow for an awakening that will be smooth and free of difficulties.

In summary, if your goal is to raise your kundalini shakti, remember that there are four important steps:

1. Breath (to cleanse the nadis). 2. Meditation (becoming One with the Source) 3. Exercise (to help unblock the body’s marma points) 4. Diet (physical purification)

Jason Lincoln Jeffers is a Spiritual Life Coach and the founder of The Art of Transformation, a company devoted to teaching Self Realization to the world. His Spiritual Life Coaching program uniquely combines mystical wisdom with self transcendence, holistic wellness, predictive astrology, shadow & pain-body work, heart-based intention, the power of presence, and the law of attraction.

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