Punarjenma - Village Spa

Centuries ago, the enlightened masters, in search of spiritual solace, composed the Ayurveda, for the welfare of humanity. According to the scriptures, the human body is made up of 72000 channels connected to the seven spiral energy centers, the diseases of body and mind, which in turn block the path to spiritual enlightenment. The Panchakarma treatment aims at cleansing these channels, pacifying the disease and nourishing the body. It provides longevity, immunity against the disease, whereas in ancient times Yoga, Astrology, Tantra, and Ayurveda were practiced not for longevity but as an ultimate path to enlightenment.


In those ages Ayurveda and self-realisation were cognate and the people held this science in veneration. In the present world it is seen as merely a tool to cure human ailments. More over the practitioners of Ayurveda were Yogis, who would hold the stretched arms of the patients in their hands locate the pulse points and close their eyes as if in a deep trance. Seconds later, they would recount the diagnostic findings one by one. They never had any clinical laboratory or any other technological devices. The innate propensity of certain punarjan is were so splendid that it could work wonders to cure the diseases.

Within every human being lies a divine energy called Kundalini. In Japanese it is called as 'Ki' and in Chinese 'Chi'. The scriptures of Christianity call it 'Holy Spirit'. Dwelling at the center of the body, at the base of the spine (MulaDhara) she controls and maintains our whole physiological system through the network of 72,000 channels. The Kundalini is like a 3½-coiled serpent around the'Lingo', with her tail in her mouth, looking downwards.
The 3½ coil of Kundalini denotes the 3 Gunas (qualities) and ½ cobra mouth the seat of ego. These 3 Gunas, the six tastes (sweet, sour, salt, bitter, pungent, and astringent) and the five great elements make the body. The 3 Gunas control our mind, the five elements shape our body and the world around us, and the taste controls our internal chemistry, which links our body and mind together. So in an ordinary person, the flow of energy will be in the downward direction. Only when Ida and Pingala channel work with equal force, is the Prana  forced in to the Sushumna for the upward movement of Kundalini. When she is awakened, her mouth opens, and she moves upward through the five channels piercing the six spinal energy centers and 3 knots to meet her Lord Kameshara at Sahasrara.

The whole purpose of Kundalini Yoga is to reunite Shiva and Shakthi or create an eternal form of Shiva i.e. SadaShiva. This energy has got two aspects,

1. to manifest this worldly existence
2. the other leads us to the higher truth.

When the inner Kundalini is awakened, it sets of different aspects of combinations within us. That is why Kundalini has been described as 'Vidud Lahta' or lightning creeper. The awakening of the inner Kundalini is the true beginning of the spiritual journey. Kundalini can be aroused through intense devotion to God (i.e. Bhakthi Marga), by the repetition of Mantra (i.e. Shakthi Marga), and through various Yogic practices. As long as you are alive, the body in which it is kept limits your consciousness. Since the body is made up of five elements, these very five elements limit your consciousness. The essence of Tantra is purification of five elements, to awaken the Kundalini, which is your personal power or energy. Once the elements in the body have been purified the Kundalini can be awakened. The Kundalini is the highest possible expansion of the individuals' will power.

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