Cosmic Energy is the Hindu translation of “Shakti” which means “Empowerment” or “Power” and represents the dynamic forces thought to move through the entire universe. Shakti is the personification of the divine feminine power responsible for creation and the agent of change.
The various cultural terms includes Hindu Shakti, Prana, Apana and Yyana, Chinese Chi (Qi), Polynesian Mana, Vietnamese Khi, Korean Gi, Japanese Ki, subtle energy and woo energy, Hebrew koach-ha-guf, Greek Bios, English Aether, Cosmic Energy, Kundalini Energy, Natural Energy, and Material Energy, American Indians Orenda, Ancient Germans Od, and Scientifically known as Dark Matter, most of which are believed to be a part of any living thing, translating to breath, air, gas, or life force that permeates the universe.
Shakti has its own periodic table, supporting life, molecules of all kinds, and has its own energy density. The only difference is how it is perceived and some of its properties are somewhat different. Here are the more significant Shakti physics properties:
In short, Shakti is the fuel that powers your spiritual growth and awakenings.
Prana is simply Shakti Air. Although you can only fill your lungs with air, you can fill your entire subtle body (the space your body occupies) with Shakti Air.
Pranayama is the practice of a specific and intricate breathing technique in yoga and refers to various techniques for accumulating expanding, and working with prana.
Indian philosophy states that Shakti creative power has three states. These three Shakti’s can be thought of as intention, formulation and expression. For example, you intend to do something, you formulate a plan in your mind, and you act on that plan, expressing your inner state into the outer world. You create something.
Yoga philosophy describes three forms of Shakti moving through the body, mind and spirit:
There is a simpler way to relate to Shakti from personal experience:
The chakra system in some Indian traditions is thought to consist of energy centers in your subtle body. According to these beliefs and various esoteric and mystical teachings, the subtle body is separate from the physical body, which corresponds to a subtle plain of existence, in a greater chain of being, that culminates in the physical form. This separation of the subtle body is common among many cultures, which translates to things like “the most sacred body”, “the light body”, “the rainbow body”, and “the body of bliss” and the list goes on.
Your kundalini is a tornado like force that ignites the Shakti in your subtle body and vaporizes it as energy for your brain and endocrine system. In yogic tradition, your kundalini is described as “coiled” at the base of the spine. The awakening process involves moving this ancient vital energy up from the “root chakra” to the “crown chakra” at the top of the head, usually through meditation, breathing, or chanting of mantras.
A synchronicity awakening is a great place to be for a while especially if you are young to gain experience. Some will want to jump right into a spiritual awakening though, just make sure you ignite all chakras for a while.
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