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kundalini

[ koon-dl-ee-nee ]
/ ˌkʊn dlˈi ni /
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noun Hinduism.
the vital force lying dormant within one until activated by the practice of yoga, which leads one toward spiritual power and eventual salvation.
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Origin of kundalini

From the Sanskrit word kuṇḍalinī

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How to use kundalini in a sentence

  • There we were, with our arms spread wide, trying to do Kundalini breathing techniques in her bathroom.

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  • Now, the Yogis, in figurative language call this opening up of the inner consciousness the awakening of the Kundalini.

    The Inner Consciousness|Swami Prakashananda
  • It is called the awakening of Kundalini—coiled-up energy—energy in latent form or enslaved form.

    The Inner Consciousness|Swami Prakashananda

British Dictionary definitions for kundalini

kundalini
/ (ˈkʊndəˌliːnɪ) /

noun
(sometimes capital) (in yoga) the life force that resides at the base of the spine
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