Kundalini Diary is a touching revelation of the extra-ordinary unfolding of the Kundalini energy as experienced by Santosh Sachdeva. It serves as a reference map with significant signposts on the Kundalini journey. Her work is pioneering in visually and symbolically representing many of the important processes, transformations and insights that occur when the chakras are activated by the aroused Kundalini. There has never been anything like this before in extant literature on the Kundalini.
In this book, the author reveals the several different and unusual states of consciousness and the global myths she has accessed in her meditations. They communicate that such mythic structures are inherent to the human condition, which is why the tales of humankind are so similar the world over. The theme of cultural symbols throws interesting light on how caste marks, or distinguishing features and weapons of the gods, came into being. These do not appear to be arbitrary outpourings of the imagination. They are experienced first, as Santosh experienced them, and then translated into cultural terms according to the conditioning of the person who saw them.
So much fear mongering has been generated by the average literature on Kundalini that these books of ‘The Kundalini Trilogy’ come as a great relief in their assertion of another possibility. Santosh is living proof that the Kundalini and its arousal is a natural, physiological process that is available to anyone. It is not to be dreaded; rather it can become a good and wisely loving friend.
Kundalini Diary is the second of three books in ‘The Kundalini Trilogy’. The other two titles are Kundalini: A Gentle Force and Kundalini Awakening.