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Kundalini
Nadi
Sushumna
Ida and Pingala
Shat-Chakras
Muladhara
Svadhishthana
Manipura
Anahata
Vishuddha
Ajna
Sahasrara

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Shasrara Chakra

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The word Sahasradala-Padma denotes that this Chakra has 1000 petals: one thousand Yoga Nadis emanate from this centre.
All the 50 letters of the Sanskrit alphabet are reported here again and again on all Yoga Nadis.
It should be noted that the Sahasrara does not belog to the body, and that it indicate a transcendent level. This Lotus has his head turned downward. Within is the full Moon, it sheds its ray in profusion and is moist and cool like nectar.
In this place it's fulfilled the union (unmani) of Shiva and Shakti. Inside the Chandra-Mandala constantly shining is the Triangle and inside this, again, shines the great Void (Sunya , Bindu).
Here is the Deva known to all as Parama-Shiva. He is the Brahaman and the Atma of all beings.
Sahasrara is the abobe of Lord Shiva (the Visnaivas call it Parama Purusa; others call it the place of Hari-Hara; other sages call it the place of Prakriti-Purusa, others call it the abobe of Devi).
This correspond to Satya Loka.
When Kundalini is united with Lord Shiva at the Sahasrara Chakra, the Yogi loses his individuality in the ocean of Sat-Chit-Ananda or the Existence-Knowledge-Bliss Absolute and becomes one with the Lord or Supreme Soul.
The wise Yogi spaeks of it as the ineffable place of Liberation.

 
Corresponding nerve plexus in the physical body Pineal Gland
Location Brain
Petals, or No. of Yoga Nadis One thousand
Colour of Petals Colourless
Letters on the petals, or the Vibrations of the Yoga Nadis A to Ksa
Mandala, or the region of Tattwa, or Element Beyond Elements
Yantra, or Shape of the Mandala Formless, Full Moon
Bija Akshara, or Seed Visarga (Parma Shiva)
Bija-bearer Vindu
Presiding God Para Brahman
Goddess Maha Sakti
Deva or Tattwa -
Loka Satya
Colour of Tattwas -
Function of Tattwa, or quality -
Sense-organ -
Motor-organ -
Granthi Sthana -
Result of Concentration Emancipation
 
 
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The Awkening of Kundalini Shakti

Kundalini in her pogress upwards, absorbs herself the twenty-four Tattwas commencing with the gross elements, and then unites Herself and become one with Parama Shiva. The nectar which flows from such union floods the Kshudrabrahmanda (human body). It is then that the Sadhaka forgetful of all in this world is immersed in ineffable bliss.
Thus Kundalini who has enjoyed Her union with Paramashiva, sets out on her return journey the way she came. As She passes through each of the Chakras all that She has absorbed there from come out from herself and take their several places in the Chakra. In this manner She again reaches the Muladhara Chakra.
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