We will be practicing in our meditation – Bhuta Shuddhi. The Vedas clearly define Bhuta Shuddhi as an ancient tantric practice.
Bhuta Shuddhi, means “purification or refining the physical and energetic elements.” Bhuta referring to the ‘Pancha Bhutas’ or maha tatwas the five elements of earth, water, fire, air and space. Shuddhi means to cleanse.
This practice is a fundamental process in the yogic culture which connects the physical, energetic and mental embodiment by using imagery, hand mudras, light, sound and your senses. Yogis understood the laws of Nature to attain greater health, power, knowledge, wisdom and sustained contentment in themselves by using practices effectively to heal, inspire and transform – cultivating equanimity in the Body, Energy & Mind connection.
The idea is that we use our inner senses to connect to the physical elements within us, awaken to the energetic centres we call Chakras and create a clear pathway for Kundalini (Serpent Snake Shiva Lingham) to arises from its dormant state at the base up to Ajña chakra where we connect to the individual consciousness of ourselves and all thoughts vanish, the mind is left behind and we merge into the Universal Consciousness.
We direct that to merger into our Hearts the abode of our True Nature. What remains is only the awareness of pure consciousness.