- Mar 4, 2011 Definition Of Kundalini. Kundalini is a word that is based on Sanskrit terms: kund or to burn or kunda, which literally means coiled.
- KRIYA YOGA
- The awakened 'Kundilini there upon enters the sushmna. This released energy can either be constructive or destructive. And its use solely depend on the yogi.
- KALA LIFE ENERGY
- Kundilini, 'Chitta Vilasini[', Mahamaya.
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- Kundilini Yoga, various forms of meditation, both internal and external, martial arts, Chinese Shaolin Kung Fu, Tai.
- Occult Physiology
- by the names of Krya, Kundilini, Guana, Para and Matrika. This Kundilini is situated stretching itself from the sacral plexus to the plexus in the navel.
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- Kundilini or coiled serpent chakra with immense physical known as the KUNDILINI or sleeping serpent.
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- The retreat will consist of three sessions, Kundilini Yoga, Craft Project and Vinyasa Flow Yoga. There will be a provided lunch, and the retreat will end with a closing circle of finger healing.
- The Pagan's Path ~ Metaphysics 101 - Pagan Metaphysics 101
- The Beginning of Enlightenment: Pagan's Path started on October 2nd, 1996, as a small education website hosted on a personal AOL screen-name/website.
- The Chakras and Kundilini - Angelfire
- Kundilini What is Kundilini? Many people have different ways of naming it, but basically it is the flow of energy through the chakra stem.
- Kundilini - The Hidden Power Within
- Jun 19, 2009 All of us have a dormant energy within us which lies coiled at the base of our spine, thus known as Kundilini.
- Philosophers Stone - Testla - the Kundilini Energy of transformation
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