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He translated numerous original Sanskrit texts and lectured on Indian philosophy , Yoga and Tantra.
Kundalini is thought to be an energy released within an individual using specific meditation techniques. It is represented symbolically as a serpent coiled at the base of the spine. The values of the Hindu tradition were disclosed to me through the enormous life-work of Sir John Woodroffe, alias Arthur Avalon, a pioneer and a classic author in Indie studies, second to none, who, for the first time, by many publications and books made available the extensive and complex treasure of late Hindu tradition: the Tantras , a period as grand and rich as the Vedas , the Epic, Puranas , etc.
Western awareness of kundalini was strengthened by the interest of Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Dr. Carl Jung — Jung's seminar on Kundalini yoga presented to the Psychological Club in Zurich in was widely regarded as a milestone in the psychological understanding of Eastern thought and of the symbolic transformations of inner experience. Kundalini yoga presented Jung with a model for the developmental phases of higher consciousness , and he interpreted its symbols in terms of the process of individuation, with sensitivity towards a new generation's interest in alternative religions and psychological exploration.
In the introduction to Jung's book The Psychology of Kundalini Yoga , Sonu Shamdasani puts forth "The emergence of depth psychology was historically paralleled by the translation and widespread dissemination of the texts of yoga A similar alignment of "theory" and "practice" seemed to be embodied in the yogic texts that moreover had developed independently of the bindings of Western thought. Further, the initiatory structure adopted by institutions of psychotherapy brought its social organization into proximity with that of yoga. Hence, an opportunity for a new form of comparative psychology opened up.
The American writer William Buhlman, began to conduct an international survey of out-of-body experiences in in order to gather information about symptoms: sounds, vibrations and other phenomena, that commonly occur at the time of the OBE event.
His primary interest was to compare the findings with reports made by yogis, such as Gopi Krishna yogi who have made reference to similar phenomenon, such as the 'vibrational state' as components of their kundalini-related spiritual experience. He explains:. There are numerous reports of full Kundalini experiences culminating with a transcendental out-of-body state of consciousness. In fact, many people consider this experience to be the ultimate path to enlightenment.
The basic premise is to encourage the flow of Kundalini energy up the spine and toward the top of the head—the crown chakra —thus projecting your awareness into the higher heavenly dimensions of the universe. The result is an indescribable expansion of consciousness into spiritual realms beyond form and thought. Sri Aurobindo was the other great authority scholar on Kundalini parallel to Woodroffe with a somewhat different viewpoint, according to Mary Scott who is herself a latter-day scholar on Kundalini and its physical basis and was a member of the Theosophical Society.
Kundalini references may be found in a number of New Age presentations, and is a word that has been adopted by many new religious movements. According to Carl Jung " He cautioned that all forms of yoga, when used by Westerners, can be attempts at domination of the body and unconscious through the ideal of ascending into higher chakras. According to Shamdasani, Jung claimed that the symbolism of Kundalini yoga suggested that the bizarre symptomatology that patients at times presented, actually resulted from the awakening of the Kundalini. He argued that knowledge of such symbolism enabled much that would otherwise be seen as the meaningless by-products of a disease process to be understood as meaningful symbolic processes, and explicated the often peculiar physical localizations of symptoms.
The popularization of eastern spiritual practices has been associated with psychological problems in the west. Psychiatric literature notes that "since the influx of eastern spiritual practices and the rising popularity of meditation starting in the s, many people have experienced a variety of psychological difficulties, either while engaged in intensive spiritual practice or spontaneously". The differentiation between spiritual emergency associated with Kundalini awakening may be viewed as an acute psychotic episode by psychiatrists who are not conversant with the culture.
The biological changes of increased P amplitudes that occurs with certain yogic practices may lead to acute psychosis. Biological alterations by Yogic techniques may be used to warn people against such reactions. Some modern experimental research seeks to establish links between Kundalini practice and the ideas of Wilhelm Reich and his followers. Cite error: A list-defined reference named "Rajneesh" is not used in the content see the help page.
Cite error: A list-defined reference named "Rajneesh2" is not used in the content see the help page. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Kundalini disambiguation. Form of divine energy or shakti believed to be located at the base of the spine muladhara. Other schools. Teachers Acharyas.
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