Whether it is possible with asanas and related practices?
Yes it is technically possible. Some basic and advanced yogic methods can make Kundalini awakening or activation of chakra.
It can also happen spontaneously due to something called shaktipaat which means grace. There are examples of people getting movements of energy and kundalini experience at ...
You can read Sri Ramakrishna's experience given in 'The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna'. Here is an excerpt from 'The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna':
A man's spiritual consciousness is not awakened unless his Kundalini
is aroused. The Kundalini dwells in the Muladhara. When it is
aroused, it passes along the Sushumna nerve, goes through the centres
It is usually impossible to achieve any form of success in Yoga without the Guru.
Every bit of the practice has to be done under the guidance of the Guru only. See few verses from various chapters of the Hatha Yoga Pradipika:
When the Yogî remains inwardly attentive to the Brahman, keeping the
mind and the Prâna absorbed, and the sight steady, as if ...
See the following Hatha Yoga Pradipika verse:
Brahmacharyaratasyaiva nityam hitamitasinah Mandaladdrsyate siddhih kundalyabhyasayoghinah||
Only one who delights in the life of celibate (brahmacharin), and
always conforms to a moderate and salutary diet, and who practices
Yoga in the form of stimulating Kundalini approaches Siddhi within
Yes, Kundalini can be aroused without the help of Guru also.
Complete Works of Swami Vivekananda / Volume 1 / Raja Yoga / Chapter IV / The Psychic Prana:
The rousing of the Kundalini is the one and only way to attaining Divine
Wisdom, superconscious perception, realisation of the spirit. The rousing may
come in various ways, through love for God, ...
Some of your questions are like - Is this concept myth or real?
Now, in answers we should simply say whether the concept is found in Hindu scriptures or not. If it is not then it's a myth and if it is then it is real. I don't know of other ways of answering such questions.
Brahmarandhra, Sushumna Nadi have been mentioned in many many Hindu scriptures ...
See the cases below,
If you are retaining psycho-physical 'I' which is wrong identification of yourself by yourself, you need a mentor or guru whatever the word guru means otherwise it could become dangerous.
If you are annihilating your entire ego masquerading as 'I' then Kundalini will be activated without doing anything and without any guru.
For the ...
Yes, married persons are eligible to practice any Yoga through which they can enjoy divine bliss. Yogis like Lahiri Mahasaya (disciple of Mahavatar Babaji) or Sri Yukteswar Giri (Guru of Paramahansa Yogananda) or Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa (Guru of Swami Vivekananda) were all married.
Autobiography of a Yogi / Chapter 31: An Interview with the Sacred ...
In Yoga, raising the Kundalini depends solely on Yogic practice. So, if one does as prescribed, he/she will meet success. So, the question of accumulated sins don't really come into the picture and it is not an obstacle. Yogic practices are there to clear the sins
However, whether a person, whose sins are on the higher side, will be attracted towards Yogic ...
Yes, Kundalini can be aroused without the help of Guru also.
To explain I want to example of my Guru to answer same question by Me :
"Awakening kundalini can be considered like lighting fire in Deepak.
If you already have a lightened Deepak you can lighten another Deepak
instantly. If you don't have lighted Deepak or source of fire, you
should know ...
Is she really there and Why is She coiled, or should I ask is she really coiled and why is she resting ?
No , Kundalini as energy is not a Myth. The energy is there. This fact is advocated by multiple Hinduism scriptures which are describing Kundalini Shakti and how to awaken her in order to get the liberation or Moksha.
The Kundalini shakti resides in ...
A Guru is necessary to have any spiritual experience.
MR. CHOUDHURY: "Sir, is it not possible to have the vision of God
without the help of a guru?"
MASTER: "Satchidananda Himself is the Guru. At the end of the
sava-sadhana, just when the vision of the Ishta is about to take
place, the guru appears before the aspirant and says to him, 'Behold!
Well it is possible but the route would be longer If you wanna feel awakening try to find about the procedures what to do if kundalini energy is too much and remember what you want to achieve by it just want to test or attain salivation the intent is important but that(salvation) is not possible in one life time.
The best book in my knowledge is "vigyana ...
It is correct that one who reaches the state of Samadhi (Kundalini awakened state), he already liberated even if he is alive.
In Shiva Sutra Section 3 Sutra 18, it is said:
"So long as Suddha vidya does not disappear, the possibility
of another birth for him vanishes completely."
Similar thing has been expressed in Swachhanda Tantra(Shiva Sutras ...
Yogis of highest order can definitely describe past events.
Sri Krishna says in BG that he taught Yoga to Vivasvata.
इमं विवस्वते योगं प्रोक्तवानहमव्ययम्।
विवस्वान् मनवे प्राह मनुरिक्ष्वाकवेऽब्रवीत्।।4.1।।
The Bhagavat said This changeless Yoga I had properly taught thus to
Vivasvat; Vivasvat correctly told it ot Manu; and Manu declared to
Yes, it can be said so.
Because when the power of Kundalini is awakened, all the Chakras are gradually pierced and become active.
Supta ghuruprasadena yada jagharti kundali Tada sarvani padmani
bhidyante ghranthayoapi cha ||
When the sleeping Kundalinî awakens by favour of a guru, then all the
lotuses (in the six chakras or centres) and all the ...
Chakras are described in Tantrik Yoga Shasthra. Each chakra has its own adhi devata, yantra and characteristics. By meditating the adhi devata of the chakra will give us success to raise the kundali power towards the chakra. Chakra(Energy Center) starts from Mooladhara and ends at Sahasahara(Parabhamham - Eternal and Pure state).
Krishna Paramatma doesn't talk of Kundalini directly but in two cases, he has hinted about process of Kundalini in indirect manner where he says to fix the Prana in between eyebrows and remember the supreme in full devotion to attain the lotus feet of the Lord.
Bhagavad Gita verse 8.10: prayana-kale manasacalena
bhaktya yukto yoga-balena caiva