Siddha Kundalini Yoga is the path to conscious liberation and bio-spiritual immortality. There has always only been one true spiritual path. Throughout history, this path has been packaged, contained and concealed in many different ways. In its essence, this path is pathless. It is not possible to point to any subjective or objective position or pattern of action and say that ‘this is the path.’ The true path is always invisible, and due to that fact, it must be contained somehow.
A true vehicle for the path of Siddha Kundalini Yoga is the one who has realised the essence of the path within their own being, through their own individual circumstances and limitations. Thus, the path and the genuine realised preceptor of that path are never seperate. There is not an individual being who stands up and preaches from a fixed set of obscure teachings, concepts and theories. Rather, the genuine teacher becomes the path themselves, because they have understood the essence of that path and unfolded it through, and integrated it within their own individual embodied being.
Siddha Kundalini Yoga can only begin through Shaktipat, or initiation. One can be initiated through the power of one’s own consciousness or through the transmission power of an authentic Siddha Master. Either way, the initiation and awakening are never random and always come at the correct time. The Siddha Kundalini Yoga path is actually undertaken by the very Unconditional Being to which we, as supposedly limited individual beings, perceive ourselves as separate from and wish to awaken to.
Initiation or conscious awakening is the moment when the Unconditional Being briefly awakes to itself within its own limited and conditional manifestation. The individual does not awake; Reality awakes to its own dream of individuality. The awakening creates an aperture within our conditional perception of the reality that is to gradually expand and unfold as we walk along path.
After initiation, we work to deepen our experience of self as Unconditional Being through absorption, refinement and integration. This work requires us to consistently immerse ourselves into deeper states of meditative absorption and samadhi, and then use the clarified perception obtained in these states to clear patterns of emotional and energetic obstruction and misalignment within the limited self.
Finally, we are to integrate our expanded and realised perception of the unconditional being back into the limited manifestation to create a unitive whole – the multidimensional unobstructed flow of Being in and out of manifestation – Yoga.
This is a certain perspective on Siddha Kundalini Yoga, that is taken from experience. When that perspective is brought into one’s everyday life, the path is seen from another angle that is both incredibly human and ultimately transcendental. The refinement and integration processes within this path require on the one hand the complete refinement and dissolution of the emotional and thinking mind (before being established on a new level) and the total transformation of the body, so as to become a vessel through which the pure perception of Reality can live and flow.
The path will never look the same for two beings. Mentioned here are the hallmarks which can not be avoided. However we are now and however we have been previously, we will unfold through that.
In this divine alchemy of Siddha Kundalini Yoga, limitation is the doorway to the unlimited, darkness is the doorway to light, and our mortal human body is the doorway to eternal life.