A practical guide to kundalini meditation – awakening powerful and transforming energy through chakra-focused meditations, mantras, breathing exercises and yoga poses.
The term ‘kundalini’ is an ancient Sanskrit word referring to the powerful life force present in us all. A special feature of the book is the guided meditations targeting common problems and issues – for example, releasing anger, lifting depression, promoting healing and inviting love into your life.
Kathryn McCusker is a certified yoga teacher with the School of Kundalini Yoga and has taught in leading yoga studios including Triyoga and Alchemy in London. A mantra (or mantram) is a religious or mystical syllable or poem, typically from the Sanskrit language.
Mantras are interpreted to be effective as sound (vibration), to the effect that great emphasis is put on correct pronunciation (resulting in an early development of a science of phonetics in India). This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported License.
The purpose of kundalini meditation is to open up this life force, helping it flow through each of the seven chakras, the energetic centres of the body.

First you must become aware of the energy channels running along the spinal cord – the nadis – and the chakras or energy centres which are strung along the nadis like jewels in a necklace. This beautiful, inspiring yet practical book will bring you to a whole new level of awareness, inner peace and insight.
Her private client base includes actors and musicians and she leads workshops and retreats around the world. Kathryn McCusker shares her many years of experience from around the world as a Kundalini teacher in a way which provides a very thorough understanding on Kundalini and how it can be used to improve your life. When kundalini is fully awakened you will feel amazing levels of energy with electric-like currents flowing up and down the nerves. Next, by practising purification rituals, breathing exercises called pranayama, meditation, yoga poses and mudras (hand positions), you can ensure that kundalini is drawn up through the spine, opening each chakra in turn and causing it to ‘bloom like a flower’. A professional opera singer, Kathryn McCusker brings her special understanding of the power of sound to her teaching of yoga.
They are primarily used as spiritual conduits, words or vibrations that instil one-pointed concentration in the devotee.

You will experience inspiration and insight during meditation and doubts and anxieties will disappear. Other purposes have included religious ceremonies to accumulate wealth, avoid danger, or eliminate enemies. Mantras originated in the Vedic religion of India, later becoming an essential part of the Hindu tradition and a customary practice within Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism.
The use of mantras is now widespread throughout various spiritual movements which are based on, or off-shoots of, the practices in the earlier Eastern religions.

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