Kundalini, in yogic hypothesis, is a primal vitality, or shakti, situated at the base of the spine. Diverse traditional customs show strategies for "awakening" kundalini with the end goal of coming to profound illumination. The Yoga Upanishads depict Kundalini as lying "curled" at the base of the spine, spoke to as either a goddess or resting serpent holding up to be stirred. In cutting edge critiques, Kundalini has been called an oblivious, natural or libidinal compel, or "mother vitality or insight of complete development".
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