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As is said, we are He, who we seek Today, let’s find out together Love beckons, we try to take a sneak peek But fears and desires tether Veiled remains The Divine Mother Knowing not the way, we stop flow of thought Resting in pristine stillness Joy currents within rise, both cold and hot Heightening our awareness Kundalini consciousness Sublime serpent at root begins to stir Divine feminine awake Energy centers in subtle body whir Our spine does the shake-shake-shake Trust us; our sanity’s at stake Pathways three; Sushumna, Ida and Pingala Snake divine makes up its mind Upon path of least resistance, has a gala Unless ego borne fears bind Charmed by our heart, it’s touch is kind Oh worthy lama, go beyond all opposites Serpent’s Holy Spirit in disguise Be bemused not by myriad composites Now, ceasing to weigh and size Allow divinity to rise 02-January-2022 The Snake Charmer Poetry Contest Sponsor: Kai Michael Neumann Notes: A short overview of our energy (pranic) life force field Kundalini is Shakti - the divine feminine, coiled like a serpent at the base of our spine. It is the kinetic aspect of God’s energy. The potential aspect is Shiva, at the crown chakra, correspondent to our fontanel on the top of head. Shakti yearns to reunite with Shiva and so rises at the optimal time, when mind-body vessel is purified. The energisation is felt as living magnetism within. Ida is the cool channel, correspondent to left nostril. Pingala is the hot channel, related to our right nostril. Both these paths are serpentine, intersecting at the sacral, navel, heart, throat and third eye (between eyebrows), merging there to connect to the crown. Sushumna is a three layered cylindrical conduit in the geometric centre of our body, joining the root chakra to the crown chakra. It is referred to as the energy expressway, rod of initiation or staff of power in different scriptures.

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