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kundalini

/kun·da·li·ni/ (koon″dah-le´ne)
1. in Hindu tradition, psychospiritual energy that lies dormant in the lowest chakra.
2. see under yoga.

kundalini,

n spiritual energy “coiled” in the root chakra that can be uncoiled and released through special forms of meditation or yoga. See also chakra.
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