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Kriya- what does it mean?


CONCEPT OF KRIYA IN KUNDALINI YOGA AND HATHA YOGA

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You'll find the word kriya used frequently. Kriya yoga, kundalini
kriyas, and Kriya shakti. The root word kriya means action, but it has
very specific connotations. In Kundalini Yoga, Kriya shakti is the
power of the soul to manifest itself into each realm of experience: the
realm of the mind through proper thought; the realm of the body, through
proper movement, shape, form; and the realm of action through the power
of the will to manifest creativity that serves the Infinite. Kriya is
also often called tattva shakti, which is the ability of the great soul
of the universal self to create new categories, levels of manifestation
in mind body and in the world. Kriya is not just any reflex or action,
but an action that leads to a complete manifestation; that lets a seed
come to bloom, a thought come into actuality, a desire become a commitment.

When you learn to act with kriya, then action becomes synchronous with
the larger pattern of the Self. We get into kriya by the removal of
blocks, attachments, blindness and ego that hold us back from acting
when we ought to act.

To act with kriya is a state of spontaneous flow. It's free of all of
the blocks. You apply great effort just when great effort should be
applied. You apply great relaxation just when great relaxation should
be applied. There is a perfect match between the inner and outer,
between the inner resources and the outer demands. There is no gap of
doubt, no hesitation, no partial support of the action by only one area
of your mind and not another. That sense of wholeness and
appropriateness to the action creates a grace in your body, a central
power in your thought, and a projective ability in your mind.

Mastering kriya brings with it a sense of grace, power, and the ability
to complete things. You act both timelessly and timely. Kriya is not a
random collection of actions. As you put together a transmission in a
car--there's a number of gears that have to be in place and they have to
be there in a certain sequence and then the power that's in the motor
can be transferred to the wheels and you can go where you need to--just
so, a kriya in yoga is a sequence of postures, breath, and sound that
are integrated together to allow the manifestation of a particular
state. When you do a Kundalini kriya, the result of its repetition is
the access to, and mastery of a particular, predictable and stable
state--a facet of your awareness.

 

 
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