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Tilak and Kundalini Awakening

Apart from the Hindu religion, there is no other religion in the world where the application of a Tilak on the fore head is in practice. The Tilak is strongly related to the Vedic Roots of Hinduism and there is a specic secret science related to it, which most people, including Hindus are not aware of. In a post, published a few days back, I had written about, the specific fingers which should be used for applying different categories of Tilak. In this post, is given a link between the Tilak and the Tantra of Kundalini stimulation.

The human body is a temple of God and every part of it is attracted like a magnet towards the cosmic forces, which are in a perpetual state of expansion and evolution.  According to the Kundalini Tantra, the Sixth Chakra, which is the Third Eye or Ajna Chakra, is located in the region situated between the two eyebrows.  This Chakra is that place in the human body, where the Sagun Parmatma or the God with Attributes resides.

 The Ajna Chakra is the seat of the human consciousness, unless this Chakra functions properly, there is no progress in awakening the Kundalini Shakti in its natural manner. It is only the Sagun Parmatma who leads to the Nirgun Parmatma or the Attribute less God, represented by the Seventh Chakra, the Crown or Sahasrara Chakra.

Coming back to the Tilak, the reasoning behind applying the Tilak on the forehead, is to worship the God residing in the region between the two eyebrows. Most Hindus dutifully follow this ritual of applying the Tilak on their foreheads, everyday in the morning, after a bath, little realizing its true meaning and purpose.

The Tilak should be applied on the forehead with Middle finger [Madhyama] of the right hand, the finger, which is connected to the heart. It is believed that doing so generates vibrations, which stimulate the Fourth Chakra, the Anahata or Heart Chakra, and the day passes of peacefully and the mind is absorbed in devotion.

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