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KARMA

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 KARMA

As per Bhagavadgita ch 4, Karma means the outward actions done in the pursuit of swadharma.

Vikarma means total involvement of the mind therein.

We may bow to somebody, but that outward action is meaningless without inner humility in the mind.

There should be unity between the inner and the outer.

I may worship the image of the Lord; but that act is worthless if it is not accompanied with devotion.

In the absence of devotion, the idol will just be a piece of stone and so shall I; and the worship will only mean that a stone is facing a stone!

Desireless, selfless karmayoga is attained only when outward actions are complemented with the inward action of the purification of mind.

When vikarma is united with karma, karma attains a divine radiance.

Vikarma, combined

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CHAKRAS & AURA

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KUNDALINI SHAKTI. Kundal means spiral or coil. In Kundalini Yoga, it means coiled or dormant power, so Kundalini means ‘She who is coiled; serpent power.’ She is the Shakti within’ who has recorded all your aspirations even before you were born. She wants to rise and give you a second birth called awareness. She cannot be shared with anyone else. She is your reflection of microcosmic Adi Shakti. So you are also part of the whole creation which is Shiva, the Divine Father in union with Shakti the Divine Mother.

You are what you believe yourself to be. One may recognize the Divinity in themselves and all others. Kundalini yoga belongs to the Tantra traditions which teaches ways to relate to the universe in the form of Shakti or the feminine power or energy. This is the goddess within You;

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