“Kundalini is another name for Atma or Self, or Shakti. We talk of it as being inside the body because we conceive ourselves as limited to the body. But it is in reality both inside and outside, being no other than the self, or Shakti.” ~ Sri Ramana Maharshi
The snake and bird symbols can be found within Christianity as well. Their true meaning may be more deeply encrypted but the meaning is the same as in other ancient traditions. In Christianity, the bird or dove often seen above Christ’s head, represents Holy Spirit or Kundalini Shakti. The Christian mystics called Kundalini by another name; Holy Spirit. If we read the Adam and Eve story in the light of the Vedic and Egyptian traditions, we find that the serpent guarding the tree of life is Kundalini. The apple represents the lure and temptation of the external sensory world, distracting us from the knowledge of the inner world, the tree of knowledge within. ~ Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds
You see it on Doctors lapels, on the side of ambulances and hospitals…it is the ancient symbol for Kundalini, and called today, Caduceus and/or Staff of Hermes, Staff of Osiris. It is the symbol of healing and restoration, hence the reason this ancient symbol is used by the medical profession today. ~ Mynzah
(Ida & Pingala)
ascending a pole (Sushumna).
Attaining wings (Awakening) at the height of ascent.
Union with God
This substance is Christ coming down into human form and if you don’t squander that essence, it ascends again. ~ Jim Carrey
Nothing is greater at changing reality than our perceptions and feelings that are negative or positive. Our frequency and vibration determines our trajectory of lower or higher resonance. Unconditional Love is the highest rate to maintain…Our innate self. ~ Mynzah
All troubles and suffering contain the hidden seeds of good…to shake the mind into wakefulness…to open up the eyes to the unrealities of this earthly life. ~ Swami Sivananda