Maha Kundalini Tantra™, as taught by DaniëL Yuno, is a powerful, practical and efficient form of Tantra that aims to fully awaken the latent power of the Kundalini in the human body and achieve universal consciousness.
What is Maha Kundalini Tantra™
Maha Kundalini Tantra™ is a highly effective, dynamic and fast-acting form of Tantra that is accessible to everyone. Anyone can practice Maha Kundalini Tantra™ regardless of age, physique or weight.
The starting point of Maha Kundalini Tantra™ is the fact that the human body produces electrical energy.
The body can:
- producing energy
- retaining energy
- spreading energy
- energy contraction
- charging energy
- discharging energy
- energy to different types of energy.
(e.g. sexual energy, materialized energy, mental energy, etc.)
All Maha Kundalini Tantra™ techniques are used exclusively for two purposes: The battery, the physical body, to prepare and make fit for the vast amount of energy that is released and flows through the human body during a Kundalini awakening and Kundalini rise and reaching Universal consciousness.
Features of Maha Kundalini Tantra™
- Don’t perform rituals.
- Concentrates on the Divine Mother in all chakras.
- Focuses on the manifestation of Kundalini in and through all chakras from the tradition of the Guhyasamaja Tantra.
- Does not use objects and mental rituals.
- Does not use alcohol, meat, blood and fish.
- Uses physical union.
- Does not use yantras
- Makes no distinction between ‘pure’ and ‘impure’. Everything is one; pure or impure are only human thoughts and judgments.
- Uses unorthodox methods, views and techniques.
- Emphasizes tolerance, freedom and openness.
- Undertakes various activities including ‘prohibited’ activities. Is judgmental and sees the usefulness of all that exists.
- Provides freedom to express desires in a harmony-making way and does whatever it takes to become one with the Divine Mother in harmony.
- Mainly uses sexual energy, sexuality and sexual acts to transform them into a higher consciousness and union of Shakti (Kundalini energy) and Shiva (Universal Consciousness).
- Strives to achieve Siddhi’s (paranormal spiritual properties) by making use of all creation and its contents.
- Goal: Universal Consciousness.
A thorough preparation by using various Maha Kundalini Tantra™ techniques is necessary and prevents unpleasant symptoms during and after a spontaneous Kundalini awakening or increase (on a physical, emotional and mental level) in an unprepared body.
The Maha Kundalini Tantra™ tantrika focuses exclusively on increasing the energetic capacity of hair/his battery (body).
Maha Kundalini Tantra™ is a methodical, didactic and structural technique. It deals with the generation of the Kundalini, the seven phases of Kundalini awakening and the association with the universal energy in the Sahasrara chakra, on the crown of the head. This unique form of Tantra consciously makes use of the collective mental, emotional and physical energy of participants in a group
Maha Kundalini Tantra™ pays specific attention to the spine, the endocrine system and the chakra system. The tantric exercises work directly on both the glands and nervous systems as well as on the chakras of the practitioner. As a result, the effect of the exercises is immediately felt and is recorded as an impression-giving experience; this is in contrast to dry theoretical dust which is often quickly forgotten again.
Maha Kundalini Tantra™ is also known as Oneness-Tantra. Through structural and regular practice of Maha Kundalini Tantra™ the practitioner increases his self-awareness. This reduces his perception of the ‘I’ and increases his experience and perception of non-duality, Oneness.
Maha Kundalini Tantra is practiced using various techniques and means such as pranayama (breathing techniques), (group) asanas, bandhas, Maha chakra (manipulation of chakras), Kriya yoga, Kamamudra, visualization and concentration.
According to Tantra’s philosophy, the entire universe is a manifestation of pure consciousness. In the manifestation of the universe, this pure consciousness seems to be divided into two poles, neither of which can exist without the other.
One pole, Shiva, is male, static, and characterized by unmanifested consciousness. Shiva has the power to be, but not the power to become or change. The other pole, Shakti, is feminine, dynamic, energetic and creative. Shakti is the Great Mother of the universe, for it is she who is born of all form.
According to Tantra, man is a miniature universe. Everything that exists in the cosmos can be found within each individual, and the same principles that apply to the universe also apply to the individual. In humans, Shakti, the female aspect, is called Kundalini.
Tantra practitioners realize that a potential force is present in the physical body. It is not a psychological, philosophical or transcendent force, it is a dynamic force in the physical body called Kundalini. Kundalini is a latent, cosmic energy that underlies all the organic and inorganic matter in us.
The purpose of Maha Kundalini Tantra’s practice™ is to awaken this cosmic energy, the Kundalini, and allow it to rise through the energetic centers, the chakras, which lie along the axis of the spine as latent consciousness locations. The Kundalini will then unite above the crown of the head with the pure consciousness Shiva: after this fully conscious Kundalini awakening, the awakened reaches an experience of Nirvikalpa Samadhi – a state of Absorption without SELF-consciousness.
The practitioner is freed from the anchors:
- Raga & Dvesha (love & hate)
- Avidya (ignorance)
- Abhinivesha (clinging to life).
At this stage, duality dissolves into unity and gains full and accurate access to universal knowledge and wisdom and experiences universal consciousness.
The Kundalini can be partially or completely awakened due to one or more of the following causes:
- Methodical and conscious learning of Kundalini awakening techniques.
- A powerful, pure, resistanceless and dynamic spiritual devotion and will to achieve Universal Consciousness.
- Direct energy and/or presence of a teacher.
- A (late) energetic reaction to a traumatic or impressive experience
- Drugs and/or drug use
- Smells, sounds and music
In order to be able to achieve a complete and conscious Kundalini awakening, the tantric practitioner should disconnect and disband from, among other things:
- sensual pleasures
- impure food
- standards and values
- ideals and ideas
- opinions and (pre)judgments
- beliefs and conclusions
- knowledge and ‘knowing’
- rituals and superstitions
- sacred cows and golden calves.
The first step in the process of Kundalini awakening is purification of the Nadis. Nadis are subtle channels, made up of astral fabric, through which Prana and Kundalini energy flows. The main Nadis are Ida, Pingala and Sushumna. The awakened Kundalini energy flows through the Sushumna Nadi that runs through the spine. The Sushumna Nadi stretches from the Muladhara chakra to Brahmarandhra or the crown of the head
Signs that may indicate that the Kundalini has fully awakened are:
- full self-acceptance
- being aware of and having control over detachment
- energetic, emotional and mental freedom
- undisturbed inner peace
- non-dual perception of life
- the experience of unity
- some or all Siddhi’s and/or forces and satisfaction
The tantric tradition knows that the mind can be expanded and that experiences do not necessarily depend on an object. This means that if someone is playing music, I can hear it, and if someone has made a painting, I can see it, but I can also see if there is no image, and also I can hear it if there is no music.
Visible physical structures do not exist at an energetic level. All the physical structures are only temporary appearances, part of the whole. Compare the physical structures with waves in the sea. Waves, comings and goings, they appear and disappear again, they do not exist independently of the sea (the whole)).
Visible physical structures are a result of expansion or compressing energy.
It is a proven fact that we can experience the physical illusion in more ways than one by our senses. Until not long ago, the scriptures of Buddhist psychology were the only source of this knowledge. In recent years, quantum physics has come to the same conclusion and has proven this. Thoughts are temporary energetic ripples that, like the waves of the sea, appear and disappear; they do not contain an independently realistic existence.
Tantra says the range of spiritual experience can be broadened. With the help of the senses, your mind can have an experience based on an object. There may be an experience in the context of time, space and objects, but there can also be an experience outside the context of time, space and objects.
The second form of experience can occur as the mind expands beyond its own definitions and boundaries; when this experience takes place, energy is released from yourself. This experience is called nirwana, moksha or self-realization. Yogis call this experience samadhi.
“Although many people think that in Samadhi or Nirwana everything is completely complete, it is certainly not a process in which the world is abandoned. Nothing is completed, only one level of experience ends, but then a next level begins.
Knowledge taken from books or taught by gurus can never free a man until its truth is properly researched and applied; only direct work will do that. Make yourself a thing of the year by turning the mind in.”
Tripura Rahasya, 6:89 p.m.