Kundalini Meditation & Shaktipat:
A Path of Transformation and Liberation

TS2Kundalini Meditation is an ancient Tantric spiritual practice that allows each individual to deeply experience their own direct, inner connection to the Divine. This practice focuses on awakening the powerful transformative force called “kundalini”—a Divine energy that is always present, already within every human being. When it rises and flows through us, kundalini can wash away our deepest tensions, expand the flow of creative energy in us, and eliminate our misunderstandings about our true nature.

As we learn to stay attuned to this vital force, we experience a profound growth that leads to the maturing of love and spiritual fulfillment in our lives. The essence of this practice is about finding that sacred space within where the individual heart is merged into the heart of the Divine. The awakening and experience that occurs in that sacred space reveals our total unity with Divinity.

Shaktipat is the transmission of a living spiritual energy. The term literally means “the descent of grace,” and it is a vitally important presence in the awakening of the kundalini. Shaktipat allows for the direct transmission of spiritual energy from the teacher to the student.

Trika is one of the major schools of non-dualist Shaivism. Trika refers to the triad of Consciousness, Energy, and the Individual—three expressions of an undifferentiated Unity. Anuttara Trika was recognized as the highest form of Shaivism by the non-dualist teachers who taught in Kashmir, beginning in the middle of the ninth century.

Guruyoga rudramandirTrikaShala, which means “Trika School,” offers an in-depth, experiential approach to the teachings and practices of Anuttara Trika.

The heart is the most sacred of all places, go there and roam…

Details about TrikaShala’s weekly classes and quarterly immersions are available on the calendar at TrikaShala.com.

TrikaShala is the Spiritual Program of Sacred Space Yoga Sanctuary

For more information, go to TrikaShala.com.






“Your realization depends on how deeply you want to know God right here, right now. It’s never tomorrow, it’s always right here, right now.”

—Swami Khecaranatha


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“We get strong by leading a strong life, by consciously accepting our role with the understanding of its purpose and with love and gratitude for the opportunity there.”

—Swami Rudrananda (Rudi)




“It is not enough if we leave darkness. We must always live in the light. If we have a light on a dark path, we have no fear. There is fear in walking in darkness.”

—Bhagavan Nityananda



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