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Posted - May 26 2010 :  11:54:39 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Message
The Sanskrit word Kundalini ("Serpent") is a description of the

life force energy that lies coiled like a snake in the area at

the base of the spine. Kundalini Yoga and Tantra are ancient

practices used to raise this energy. If you look at your back in

a mirror, or if you're looking at a partner's back, notice toward the

bottom of your body where your hips, waist and buttocks meet

is an area of ridges that form an upside down triangle. These ridges

are bone fragments fused together to form the area known as your

Sacrum or "Sacred Bone".

Why is your Sacrum so sacred?

Because your Sacrum covers a gland known as the Kunda gland.

We call the Sacrum the "Kundalini Cave". The Kunda gland has

mystical properties whose functions are relatively unknown in

modern medicine. [Reference to Gray's Anatomy reveals the

existence of an irregular, oval-shaped gland between the rectal

wall and the tip of the tailbone, or coccyx, called the "coccygeal

body.'' ] Although the function of this gland is unknown to Western

physiologists, it is established in Tantra as the "Kundalini gland.

In Tantra the Kunda gland is one of the most important

glands in human evolution, and its mystical properties are the

basis for all psychic powers and healing. Ancient Tantrics

practiced regularly the stimulation of the Kunda gland through a

massage we call the Kundalini Massage, as well as other Tantric

practices such as Anal intercourse (In Sanskrit ADHORATA) the

Tantric equivalent of such Hatha Yoga practices as Mulabandha

(anal sphincter lock), and Asvini Mudra alternating relaxation

and contraction of the anus which also activates the Kunda gland...

The secret tradition of magical Tantra teaches that the anus is

an ultrasensitive erogenic and psychic zone directly linked to

the Muladhara, the basal Chakra. Hidden within Muladhara,

Boiled and compressed like a spring, lies the primal power of

the nervous system manifest as the Snake Goddess, Kundalini.

Stimulation of the Kunda Gland or Kundalini Gland activates the

flow of Prana up the Sushumna. Yoga has devised a wide variety

of techniques to irritate and awaken this gland into activity, including

Mula Bandha, Asvini Mudra, Tada Mudra (knocking the buttocks

upon the ground, sending rhythmic shock waves rippling up the

spine. Tada Mudra is also very similar to the Tantric effects of

Adhorata), and rolling on a cotton ball placed under the tip of the

tailbone. Tantric activation of the gland is direct and swift through the

dilation of the anal sphincters, with a consequent reflex effect upon the

two branches of the autonomic nervous system. These two branches,

terminating in the anus and rectum, are the parasympathetic (Ida, or

braking influence) and the sympathetic (Pingala, or accelerating influence).

As well as altering the state of the involuntary nervous system

Kundalini Massage

The following are Exercises that simulate the effects Tada Mudra and

the Sacred Tantric practice of ADHORATA via Hand Chops or in

Massage the "knife move"

With one partner lying prone on her stomach, on an outstreched

towel or blanket, the massaging partner sits or stands to the

left of the receiving partner. Receiving partner can be fully

clothed, fully nude, or half-nude with her top off.


Massaging partner spreads her palms apart and places her left

hand up toward the receiving partner's head, specifically at the

Medulla Oblongata "Mouth of the Cobra" where the neck joins the

head. Place the right hand at the Sacrum area. Massaging partner

closes her eyes and just notices any warm swirling air, or

tingling sensations, cool air, or nothing. Whatever the

massaging partner feels in her hands is fine.


Massaging partner uses the bottom of her hands, in particular

the fleshy part of the side of her palm that connects with her

pinky fingers to "chop" at the Sacrum area. This is also known

as the "knife move" in massage. Chopping the Sacrum vigorously,

making sure that she is hitting bone area just above the crack

of the buttocks, the massaging partner asks the receiving

partner if the pressure is okay. There needs to be sufficient

pressure on the Sacrum to wake up the "Serpent" by sufficiently

activating the sacred Kunda gland. [Remember Hand Chops here

are meant to simulate the effects of Tada Mudra and ADHORATA]

The hand chop is done for approximately two minutes. The sacrum

is the only area of bones in the body that responds well to direct pressure

from activities like chopping, Adhorata or Tada Mudra.


In Tantra, there are three main channels in the spine, Ida,

Pingala, and Sushumna. The Ida channel (pronounced ee-da), like

the female name Ida (eye-da) is the Shakti channel, or feminine

channel. This is the channel on the left of the spinal cord. You

may also think of these channels like canals that bring up the

feminine energy in the body. The Shiva, or male channel is

Pingala (pronounced peen-ga-la) where male energy travels down

from the head on the right side of the spine. Sushumna

(sa-shoom-na) is the "motorway" or main route through which the

powerful Kundalini energy rises and circulates.

Massaging partner makes a "Victory" sign with her index and

middle fingers extended like rabbit ears. Using her right hand,

she places her Victory sign at the Sacrum area of the receiving

partner and pushes her fingers deep into the skin and brings the

Victory sign all the way up the spine to the Medulla Oblongata,

where the neck and spine meet. Seven strokes is more than

sufficient, making sure that there are lines developing on both

sides of the spine (Sushumna). This is opening the channels in

the body to balance male and female, an important aspect of a

healthy Kundalini experience.


Next, massaging partner travels upward toward the trapezius

muscles, the muscles around the shoulders. This area is where

people reveal their burdens from the day, carrying around their

problems like a sack of wet clothes. Massage this area

thoroughly by kneading the shoulders and trapezius muscles like

you have doe in your hands and you're making bread. Really pull

the muscles a part, gently massage the neck tendons around the

Medulla Oblongata. The receiving partner will immediately

release stress, and should be encouraged to make a sound. Sound

helps to release blocked energy in the body.


Massaging partner uses her intuition to decide when it's

appropriate to end the shoulder massage, and crosses her thumbs

together, joint to joint, the left thumb in front of the right

thumb, and extends her fingers wide like a butterfly. Traveling

back down to the Sacrum, gently brush the spine with the thumbs

crossed. Long strokes all the way from the Sacrum to the back of

the head are what is needed here to balance male and female

energy up the spine. Again, balancing male and female energy is

important for the receiving partner to have a healthy and loving

Kundalini experience. Seven light, brush strokes is sufficient


Next, massaging partner opens her mouth wide and begins to blow

warm air up the receiving partner's spine. The key to this step

is taking your time, and blowing warm air, thus, having your

mouth open as wide as possible is important. The softer the air

as it lands on the spine the better the feel is the usual rule.

But the massaging partner should feel free to experiment. Making

a silent "aah" sound may also be appropriate. About two minutes

worth of blowing is sufficient. Again, massaging partner can

encourage the receiving partner to make sounds. The Breath of

Goddess is clearing the main Sushumna channel to allow Kundalini

to rise.


Massaging partner moves her mouth about three inches from the

back of the receiving partners head, particularly where the neck

meets the head. This is the Medulla Oblongata "Mouth of the

Cobra", also known in Tantra as the "Mouth of God". Massaging

partner release three OM (ooooo-mmmmm) chants deep into the

"Mouth" of the receiving partner's neck and head union point,

with sufficient volume for the vibration of the voice to be

received. Volume is not as important as the vibration or sound

waves. Massaging partner needs to make sure there is vibration

in her voice. A soft OM can carry a powerful vibration, but the

voice must be clear. A person with a soft voice should OM louder

than a person with a loud voice, who could tone the OM down a


By this time, don't be surprised if the receiving partner is

asleep and completely relaxed. This is preparing the Shiva (God)

opening for receiving Shakti (Goddess). Next, massaging partner

brings her blessed tones to the Sacrum area, opening the

Kundalini Cave, ready to bring up the Serpent. Aiming her mouth

three inches from the receiving partner's Sacrum, the massaging

partner unleashes three AUM (aaaaa-uuuuuu-mmmmm) chants. This is

releasing the sacred Serpent. Shakti shoots up to greet Shiva,

the Kundalini life force energy is released through the Sushumna

channel in the spine, the body is balanced, healed, perfect and

safe! Oh, what a feeling!

After chanting, massaging partner should match the breathing of

the receiving partner. Look at her ribs and notice the pattern

of breath.


Massaging partner rubs her palms

together and places her left hand upward toward the Mouth at the

back of the head, and her left hand at the Sacrum. Just notice

anything that you feel. There may be a marked difference in the

energy of the receiving partner.


Laying on the left side of the receiving partner, massaging

partner "spoons" the laying, relaxed receiving partner, matching

the same body pattern. As if you both are Siamese twins

unseparated. Grabbing an edge of the towel or blanket that

nestles the receiving partner, the massaging partner covers the

laying receiving partner, keeping them warm and safe. Allow the

receiving partner to feel as if she has just been re-born and

you are her mother or father holding her safely. Rocking the

receiving partner may be instinctive. If it feels right and safe

to do so, massaging partner should always trust her instincts.

Massaging partner can also notice the position of the receiving

partner's heart and matches her heart to the same place.

Massaging partner matches the breathing of the receiving partner.


Rest together for three to four minutes and then massaging

partner asks receiving partner to wiggle her toes and fingers

and to slowly get up. Massaging partner should assist the

receiving partner as much as possible in placing clothing back

on, and becoming reacquainted with the world. The Kundalini

Massage and especially ADHORATA can be a very powerful,

and even mystical experience if the Sushumna is activated


The receiving partner may be surprised at how little time

expired. If she is, it's a good thing. Connecting with Kundalini

energy is orgasmic, sensual, relaxing, healing, loving, and powerful.

Thus, the Kundalini Massage is the perfect massage for connecting

couples, and can open many doors to a sacred intimacy that goes

way beyond simple sex. For some participants, Kundalini Massage

and ADHORATA are the safest, and most sacred connection between

two people even possible. As one participant said of the Kundalini Massage

"it's the safest I've ever felt with the opposite sex!"


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Posted - Nov 28 2013 :  07:34:52 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
thank you, very nice.
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