Kuṇḍalinī Meditation and Śakti Transmission

“There is no other divine fire able to consume the whole of duality than Kuṇḍalinī.” —Abhinavagupta (approx. 950–1020 A.D.), one of India’s greatest Tantric masters

Kuṇḍalinī Sādhana is a spiritual practice that comes to us through the Tantric Shaivite and Tantric Buddhist traditions. It is a yogic system aimed at transforming our understanding of the three elements of our existence: body, mind, and spirit. It is the yoga that explores kuṇḍalinī, which is the energy of life or the Divine as it is experienced in the individual. The practice of Kuṇḍalinī Sādhana carries the awareness of this energy to such a point that it may be grasped not only as the power of the individual self but also as the fundamental power of the infinite Self—the source of all of life. This creative energy is referred to as “dynamic stillness.”

Kuṇḍalinī Sādhana: A Pathway to Liberation


A new program will be offered by Swami Khecaranatha beginning sometime in 2017.  It will consist of a series of evenings focused on the various means of discovering one's true nature as Śiva. Khecaranatha will give in-depth teachings on the significant aspects of nondual Tantric practices that emphasize gaining liberation through kuṇḍalinī meditation and śakti transmission. Stay tuned for more information.