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Maha Shivratri and Kundalini Awakening

This year, Maha Shivratri falls on the 13th of February 2018, which is today. Maha Shivratri is believed to be the most important day of the Hindu Calendar for the worship of Lord Shiva. This special date is also earmarked by advanced spiritualists and followers of Kundalini Yoga as the day for Kundalini Jagaran or the Milan of Shiva and Shakti or Purusha and Prakriti.

Purusha is symbolized by Lord Shiva and Prakriti by the Mother Goddess Parvati or the Shakti that  bring to life or awakens the Purusha. Shiva is the absolute or uncontaminated consciousness and Parvati is the energy of the cosmos or the natural energy, which breathes life into this unadulterated and pure consciousness.

The Milan or meeting of the Shiva located in the Crown or Sahasrara Chakra with the Shakti that rises from the Root or Muladhara Chakra occurs in silence. This is the real reason why most adepts have said that they discovered God in total silence.

The absolute silence or stillness or a state devoid of noise is the natural state of Shiva. This is the state, which the advanced Yogi striving to uplift his level of consciousness seeks to achieve, for this is the state in which the Milan of Shiva and Shakti occurs. Shiva without Shakti is lifeless and Shakti cannot find expression without Shiva.

Maha Shivratri also called the Great Night of Shiva is that Night of Silence during which practitioners of Kundalini Yoga can attempt to discover the elusive Golden Silence and open the Sahasrara Chakra and experience life inside the higher levels of consciousness.

Maha Shivratri also hold great importance to highly advanced Sadhaks who are striving to gain Siddhi over certain Tantric Mantra Sadhanas, which are practiced for gaining magical and supernatural powers, like telepathy, prophecy, clairvoyance, astral travel and remote viewing.

Laypersons and those in the initial stages of their spiritual journey or those attempting Tantric Mantra Sadhanas for the first time should also know that success will never gained in any kind of Sadhana by a cluttered, noisy, doubtful, confused, uncertain or fearful mind.

These are the lowers states of consciousness, which are in-fact blockages or obstacles that have to be transcended in order to reach higher states of consciousness.

Those seeking Mantras, Puja and Worship of Shiva and other traditional Hindu rituals on Maha Shivratri can see the Section – Shiva Mantras and Prayers

And also these related article on Maha Shivratri:
Importance, significance and benefits of Maha Shivratri
Shiva Mantras, which are chanted during Maha Shivratri
A Prayer for Maha Shivratri

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