kundalini yoga


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kundalini yoga

a style of yoga whose purpose is controlled release of latent kundalini energy.

kundalini yoga

A form of yoga that seeks the pathway to a higher power by activating kundalini, the primal force of nature which resides like a coiled snake at the spine, through contemplation and/or tantra, a sexual means of evoking kundalini. Activation of kundalini may supposedly result in enlightenment, insanity, malignancy weakness or death.
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