How Kundalini Awakening changed my life


In search of God from six years of age I unknowingly stepped into domain of spirituality while pursuing everything relating to Lord Krishna. At that young age I did not know anything about kundalini or kundalini awakening. What I knew was I wanted to see and meet God in this very life.

 

My resolve to see and meet God in this very life from 6 1/2 years of age was absolute. Even if God Almighty himself came disguised to dissuade me from the path, I would have never budged. My faith in God at that young age was absolute 100%. The truthfulness I practiced at that age was also 100%. It seems something flowed from my past manifestation.

 

In my house apart from religious practices, my grandfather was a purely spiritual person who finally became a Jain Muni (a naked Digambar monk) 44 years of age.

 

It was only my grandfather with whom I sometimes discussed matters relating to spirituality. But to my surprise he had no answers to my queries. I slowly realized he also was a ritualistic traveler, giving more importance to bookish knowledge than path of contemplation (chintan).

 

Indulging in literature, stories relating to Lord Krishna and thereafter the vast paraphernalia of writings relating to Sri Ramakrishna Paramhansa and Maharshi Ramana I finally successfully crossed ocean of Samsara (worldly life) and reached God in the wee hours of third of August 1993 37 years of age. At that moment I had Sakshat Darshan of God Almighty, Brahman.

 

My encounter with God Almighty lasted more than two hours. Thereafter Brahman, God Almighty gave me a lengthy dictation and going through the writing I realized my kundalini had fully awakened absolutely unknown to me.

 

From the very beginning of spiritual life I was never after kundalini awakening. Working like a trustee, caretaker for whom everything belonged to God Almighty I always indulge in karma nishkama karma way of life. This enhanced my spiritual progress phenomenally.

 

Working like a trustee I realized that a true spiritual soldier must all the time work for welfare of entire mankind and this is exactly what I did all the time. I never let the welfare of the individual self or the family, come in between. My family sacrificed a lot for my spiritual concern. Probably they did not have any other remedy. They were partly satisfied that I continued my journey of spirituality even while living in the family and did not abandon the family midway.

 

I can vividly remember the time when Sahasra Pushpa (thousand petalled Lotus) opened fully in my brain. Those experiences can only be remembered, could not be put in writing ever.

 

Realizing self, realizing God was the goal of my life which by grace of God I could realize.

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