Kundalini yoga and blue light therapy go hand in hand. These two concepts are related to each other because they both assist in healing. In this particular article I will introduce you to the healing effects of Kundalini and blue light meditation. However, before understanding the Kundalini and blue light connection, it is important to understand how they work. As a yoga teacher, I am very familiar with the chakras and as such, I know exactly what they are meant to represent and work with.
What is Chakra Theory?
To begin with, let us begin with the chakra theory. Chakra theory is very similar to that of acupuncture. It is said that each chakra has a corresponding color that corresponds to its presence. If we place our hands in front of a red hot fire, we will feel heat but if we place our hands in front of an ice cream cone we will feel cold, although the concept is similar.
The colors of each chakra are said to represent the primary color of life (i.e. green, red, etc.) while the size of the chakra corresponds to the next primary color. In this way, each chakra represents a small facet of one’s life.
What is Kundalini Chakra?
Now let us examine the Kundalini chakra. This chakra is represented by the color blue. It is the energy center located in the top of the head between the eyebrows. The energy generated here is referred to as Kundalini. When this chakra is activated it causes an incredible shift in consciousness which can result in either an accelerated or slowed growth.
One of the benefits of Kundalini meditation is that it allows the practitioner to transcend perception. This happens because the Kundalini sits at the junction between the chakras and the crown chakra. The practitioner has the ability to transcend the limitations of everyday thinking processes and become aware of the interrelationship among the different chakras and the crown chakra. In order to achieve this state, one must practice meditation regularly using a focused breathing method. The process is said to be easier if one utilizes a tantra teacher.
It is believed that Kundalini energy arises when one begins to move away from the ego, which is the primary source of one’s pain. To move beyond egoism, one must be willing to forget personal desires and begin to focus on the ultimate goal. To help one achieve this state, blue colors like the sea are said to help. As the ocean absorbs all the light that falls on it, one begins to see things differently.
After experiencing the benefits of blue light meditation, many practitioners seek to deepen their meditative experiences. They may choose to take up yoga, which has a strong emphasis on meditation and visualization. There are also other spiritual paths that focus on Kundalini awakening. Some of these include guided meditations designed to awaken specific portions of the mind, such as the pineal gland or the subconscious mind.
Another way to gain the benefits of Kundalini meditation is through Blue Light Meditation. The process involves inhaling and exhaling light from a distant location. Practitioners use special blue-hued incense to help activate the Kundalini shakti. One may use this process to achieve enlightenment in a matter of days. Others who have deeper experience say that they were able to fully awaken during a Blue Light meditation.
When engaging in a blue light meditation session, one does not necessarily have to meditate alone. It is recommended that meditation be accompanied by a skilled practitioner. This ensures that the spiritual experience is as authentic as possible, especially if one is not familiar with the practice of meditation. In fact, it is advised that a Kundalini initiate meditation alone as it can be a difficult procedure.
How to achieve full benefits of Kundalini initiates session?
In order to experience the full benefits of a Kundalini initiate’s session, one must ensure that the room is as calm and meditative as possible. There should be no distractions that could hinder the process. Music and scents are both good options because they encourage deep breathing and relaxation. Of course, the environment should also be suitable for meditation because the light needs to seep in and out of the room. It would be a disappointment if the session did not bring about the proper results due to the improper atmosphere.
To ensure that the process works as intended, it is important that the Kundalini initiative be properly initiated into the practice. It is best that this be done through a teacher or master because only they can understand the intricacies involved. Though sessions may differ from one practitioner to the next, the overall goal is always the same: empowering and activating the energy that lies within the initiate’s body.