Kundalini

In Yogic belief, a source of tremendous vital energy that may be stimulated by various practices. Kundalini, or the `Serpent Power`, is believed to provide energy for paranormal phenomena.
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Kundalini

In Yogic belief, a source of tremendous vital energy that may be stimulated by various practices. Kundalini, or the 'Serpent Power', is believed to provide energy for paranormal phenomena.
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kundalini

In Hindu thought, a flow of life energy existing within everyone. It is believed to lie coiled at the base of the spine, and by the practice of kundalini yoga can be raised from the first chakra...
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Kundalini

Kundalini ({IAST|kuṇḍalinī}, कुण्डलिनी, Tamil : வாலை, Thai: กุณฺฑลินี) literally means coiled. In yoga, a "corporeal energy" - an unconscious, instinctive or libidinal force or Shakti, lies coiled at the base of the spine. It is envisioned either as a goddess or else as a sleeping serpent, hence a..
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kundalini

kundalini: see yoga.
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Kundalini

the energy stored at the base of every individual's spine.
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Kundalini

The body's energy that is found at the base of the spine; symbolized by a coiled female serpent. Kundalini yoga uses breath, sound, and meditation as its major resources - specifically, moving the breath along the spine to stimulate different energy centers.
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Kundalini

A cosmic energy in the body that is often compared to a snake lying coiled at the base of the spine, waiting to be awakened
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Kundalini

man's retained energy or potential energy and consciousness
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Kundalini

Man's retained energy or potential energy and consciousness.
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Kundalini

A practice centered on releasing spiritual energy in order to control the functions of the body; each session focuses on one area.
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