RED ENERGY POINT – Root chakra or Muladhara.

(Kundalini at the base of the spine, coiled around Shiva. Kundalini is energy that manifests around you in physical form, constructing your reality the way it is, and Shiva is pure consciousness that is there to witness Kundalini. They cannot exist without one another.) This energy point deals with survival and is blocked by fear; it is associated with “Earth.” Every chakra has different growth states. Muladhara’s ultimate possibility is to be focused totally on the divine path. The divine path means to be focused towards enlightenment. Most people usually get stuck in resisting the natural urges. Natural urges are always given to you by nature. It is the base state of Muladhara. The resistance manifests in most people as self-control. If there is control, a time will come when there will be no control. If you focus on control, things will become harder and harder day by day. NEVER FIGHT OF NEGATIVES, FOCUS ON ACHIEVING THE DESIRED ULTIMATE STATES OF ALL CHAKRAS.

The second you start a fight against bad or undesirable things in your life, you have already lost and been overtaken by them. If your energies are dominant in the Muladhara, the most valuable thing to you would be sleep, food, and shelter. Things that are necessary for survival. Even the taste of food will not bother you; you’d just want to eat more and more like a pig. Notice that we human beings have a wide spectrum of subtle emotional states. We humans feel uncertain in new environments; that is also the work of this chakra. Muladhara means (mul – “mool” which means root, adhara – “Aadhaar” means foundation.) Muladhara is the seat of existence where kundalini (a feminine energy) resides. This energy is usually dormant in most people and must be kept dormant unless one seeks to “experience samadhi” as a basis for future growth.

Kundalini is very fierce and must be either awakened slowly through yoga or can be awakened by a guru using shakti pat immediately, which would violently pierce through all the energy points or chakras like a snake. This kundalini energy, when it expands into pure consciousness, takes one to a state of samadhi (absorption or a sense of oneness (enlightenment)). There are 112 energy points, and so are 112 types of samadhis. You might ask, shouldn’t kundalini travel all the way to the top to the purple point to meet pure consciousness? No, just like kundalini, which is a type of force, the pure consciousness is like a force that can enter one’s body through the purple energy point downwards. Once one has developed enough energy control, one can choose where the meeting of pure consciousness and kundalini happens. Wherever it happens, it creates the samadhi that resembles that chakra or energy point. If it happens in the “green point,” you will feel infinite love; if it happens in the “dark blue point,” you will realize that everything is one; if it happens in the “light blue point,” you will realize your infinite potential, etc. You don’t have to awaken kundalini to achieve what you seek.

Right now, our intention is to clear the creek, not energize it with kundalini. Don’t even Google how to awaken kundalini. Kundalini is very potent and must be worked upon under the guidance of a guru. You don’t want to go crazy.

To conquer fears, one must use visualization or engage in acts of courage. Ensure that the physical body is safe, and face the fear head-on emotionally. People usually try to evade fear, which makes them react and potentially makes them fearful of the fear itself. When you face the fear, do not let it go; letting it go in this context would mean that you simply dismissed it. You have to face it head-on.

What is your fear? It can be anything, be it the fear of being seen naked in public, fear of public speaking, fear of rejection, fear of shame, fear of success, fear of failure, fear of death, fear of grief or loss of a loved one, fear of loss of love, fear of being cheated on, fear of suffering or pain, fear of being abandoned, fear of not getting things done in time, fear of spiders, fear of the monster living under your bed, fear of toenail getting tucked while you are sleeping, fear of getting sawed from behind the knee, etc. Notice that these fears are not physical; they exist inside you.

When you face these fears head-on, you will literally feel like you are going to die; you will have to stay with that feeling and create space for them to stay there forever. Once you succeed in making space within yourself to keep that fear, your consciousness will obliterate that fear. Consciousness is a very powerful tool. Nothing remains untouched in the light of consciousness.

Have you noticed that if you keep a fear of something, that fear comes to you in unexpected ways? That’s because the universe is trying to say, “See? It didn’t kill you; you are just not winning, son.” Keeping consciousness at one thing unwaveringly for a certain amount of time will literally start to bring that thing closer to you in physical reality! This is based on a fundamental law of the universe, just like gravity, but comprehending this now will be quite impossible and unnecessary because it is necessary to harness this frightening power before you employ it.

Clearing the Creek: Facing and Conquering Fears

Right now, our intention is to clear the creek, not energize it with Kundalini. Don’t even Google how to awaken Kundalini. Kundalini is very potent and must be worked upon under the guidance of a guru. You don’t want to go crazy.

To conquer fears, one must use visualization or engage in acts of courage. Ensure that the physical body is safe, and you face the fear head-on emotionally. People usually try to evade fear, which makes them react and potentially makes them fearful of the fear itself. When you face the fear, do not let it go; letting it go in this context would mean that you simply dismissed it. You have to face it head-on. What is your fear? It can be anything, be it the fear of being seen naked in public, fear of public speaking, fear of rejection, fear of shame, fear of success, fear of failure, fear of death, fear of grief or loss of a loved one, fear of loss of love, fear of being cheated on, fear of suffering or pain, fear of being abandoned, fear of not getting things done in time, fear of spiders, fear of the monster living under your bed, fear of toenail getting tucked while you are sleeping, fear of getting sawed from behind the knee, etc. Notice that these fears are not physical; they exist inside you.

When you face these fears head-on, you will literally feel like you are going to die; you will have to stay with that feeling and create space for them to stay there forever. Once you succeed in making space within yourself to keep that fear, your consciousness will obliterate that fear. Consciousness is a very powerful tool. Nothing remains untouched in the light of consciousness. Have you noticed that if you keep a fear of something, that fear comes to you in unexpected ways? That’s because the universe is trying to say, “See? It didn’t kill you; you are just not winning, son.” Keeping consciousness at one thing unwaveringly for a certain amount of time will literally start to bring that thing closer to you in physical reality! This is based on a fundamental law of the universe, just like gravity, but comprehending this now will be quite impossible and unnecessary because it is necessary to harness this frightening power before you employ it. The fortunate thing is that this power is only received by the ones that are worthy of it. If you are human, you are worthy too; the determining factor is how human are you? After cleansing these creeks, you will realize.

Understanding Kundalini Energy: A Potent Force

This energy point carries a very potent energy named “kundalini.” If one seeks samadhi, one has to awaken the dormant kundalini and ask it to rise up. Kundalini is also used to perform things that seem extraordinary to an ordinary human. What you must know is kundalini is pure energy and very high in magnitude. We know that everything in this universe is energy. You can change matter into energy and lots of energy into matter. Kundalini can be used to make a withered flower bloom again and transmute this energy into whatever you desire.

Defining Fear: A Thought-Driven Emotion

What is fear? Make a definition of fear. For me, I can say it is an emotion that I felt in my childhood which I don’t want to feel again. Is fear an outcome of danger? It’s not. Fear is an outcome of a thought of danger. Danger is also an outcome of a thought, when such thoughts disappear from the mind, danger and fear cease to exist in the mind and the physical reality you live in. Why does danger feel dangerous, and fear feels like fear? Something that you want to avoid?

Understanding Emotional Responses and Facing Fears

Why do some emotions feel good, and some feel bad to witness? These responses are ingrained in us through evolution. If you run away from something, the more fearful you get of it. The faster you try to run away from an imaginary ghost in the dark behind you, the more scared you get. If you are scared of or avoid experiencing fear, you would block yourself from all possibilities that life offers. You can either face the fear in real life or in your visualization. No matter where and how, the only thing that matters is that you do it. Don’t fear or run away from feeling shameful, guilty, resentment, jealousy, or anything. You must accept all thoughts as they are, just thoughts.

Visualize anything to feel fearful and keep seeing it until it goes away. Start working on this now. All you have to do is sit down and face your fears, cry as much as you want and can. Crying is a sign that it’s working and also that you are releasing that fear through tears. Crying means accepting what you couldn’t accept in the past. Once you do, you will feel liberated, and a sense of expansion will surge through you.

Example: Overcoming the Fear of Shame

Consider this example: One of the most common fears is the fear of shame. This fear of shame manifests as awkward behavior, fear of rejection, fear of saying “something weird,” and stage fright in people.

  1. Close your eyes.
  2. Focus your attention on your breath.
  3. Relax for a while (say 5 minutes, just relax).
  4. Now that you are relaxed, you can start visualizing.
  5. If you have awkward behavior, there must be an underlying experience in the past that is causing you to behave in this way.
  6. Contemplate on this and find it. You are looking for all the faults you have done in your past that induce shame in you now. You have to skim through memories of the past; the ones that you no longer remember are not necessary to deal with because they didn’t have enough impact on you to be remembered. I mean, you already know what you are ashamed of.
  7. Feel ashamed and prepare yourself to live with it. Yes! Accept to live with it forever as if it is a part of you. Only when the fear of shame is accepted totally will it cease to exist.
  8. Slowly it will stop reflecting in your daily activities.
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