Kundalini Serpent Fire
Kundalini Serpent Fire Sacred Scribe, overlighted by Archangel Michael through Ronna
Fire of god, sacred fire, sacred white fire, and kundalini fire are all terms used for adamantine particles of light, the fuel of life breathed forth from the heart core of the supreme Creator. Kundalini is a Sanskrit word that literally means “coiled.” This sacred God fire lies coiled at the base of the spine, and it is dormant or at rest and unconscious until activated. It is often envisioned as a sleeping serpent; this is why a number of English renderings have been created using terms such as “serpent power.”
The ancients tell us that the kundalini resides within the root chakra at the base of the spine in three and a half coils. It has been described as a residual or reserve source of pure God fire. According to ancient-wisdom teachings, there are two nervecurrents in the spinal column — a coiled double helix within a hollow tube, sometimes called a “rod of power,” that runs along in front of the spinal column. The Caduceus symbol, used as a healer’s and a medical symbol, is an ancient drawing of two entwined serpents around a central rod with wings at the top.
Through meditation and various other spiritual practices, the kundalini is awakened and will begin to rise up through the chakra system alongside the spine. The progression of kundalini fire through the different chakras leads to different levels of awakening and mystical experiences. When the kundalini fire finally reaches the top of the head — the crown chakra — it sometimes produces a unique mystical experience as you are reconnected to the multiple facets of your higher self.