Kundalini: Required Reading Google Form
Please answer the following questions about the required reading for Kundalini: AGHORA 2 KUNDALINI by Robert Svoboda. Questions are fill-in-the-blank and multiple choice.This google form was designed to make sure you gleaned some of the most important points of the text.

PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE TAKING THE QUIZ: Upon successful completion of both course and form, we will email you a PDF of your certificate of completion for the Kundalini PYMT. We have included many correct answer options, but do suggest to keep your answers as simple as possible (for example: do not use all caps, diacritic accents or symbols such as slashes, dashes, parentheses, etc.). IF YOUR ANSWER IS CLOSE BUT MARKED INCORRECT DUE TO YOUR ANSWER'S FORMAT, NO WORRIES! WE WILL MARK IT AS CORRECT.
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Introduction: So long as the urge toward individuation is mainly directed toward benefitting your own limited, temporary individual self, it is called ___________, or egoism, the force which makes it possible for you to unquestioningly accept the world as it is on the surface. When that same force turns away from the mundane and toward the spiritual, the permanent and eternal, it is called ___________. *
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Agni: These Great Elements are not elements in the chemical sense that hydrogen and helium are elements; they are rather __________________. The earth element predominates in everything that is solid in the universe, the Water Element in that which is liquid, and the Air Element in gases. The Ether Element is the space in which things occur, and the Fire Element is the force which changes solid to liquid to gas and vice versa. Everything in the manifested universe, including the human being, is made up of these Five Elements. *
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Kundalini: In Kundalini Yoga we usually begin with _______ _________, the purification of the Five Elements, to allow Kundalini to travel upwards through the chakras. *
Use the sanskrit term as it is spelled in the text for the answer.
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Kundalini: Jathara Agni is the digestive agni, responsible for physical digestion. _______ Agni is the ethereal fire, responsible for mental digestion. You only have a certain amount of fire in your system, and you have to choose how it will be used. To progress at sadhana, one must progressively convert Jathara Agni into ______ Agni. *
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Kundalini: The __________ are the knots that bind ahamkara into self-identification with the substances that make up the universe. Each of the lower five is the place where ahamkara and one of the Elements meet and interact; they plug ahakmara into the frequency of the corresponding element, in effect broadcasting that Element into the organism’s consciousness. *
Use the sanskrit term for the answer.
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Preliminaries: In the Kali Yuga, your consciousness is a chemical phenomenon which exists at the mercy of the chemical composition of your _____. *
This answer is in English, not sanskrit.
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Preliminaries: The ___________ says that you should always live near someone you can’t get along with because they will help you remember God. *
Which sacred text?
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Sadhana: __________ means “man ki tarana” or “that which saves the mind from the perils of samsara." When you repeat God’s name, you actually create God’s form within your consciousness, because name and form are identical: when you call the name, you create the form. This gives your Kundalini Shakti something good to self-identify with. Repetition of the deity’s name while visualizing His or Her form is the best sort of worship we have available to us. *
Use the sanskrit term for the answer.
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Mantra: Each sound of the Sanskrit alphabet is a _____ Mantra, a seed that when planted in the consciousness gives rise to a certain effect. This is a quick way to create the form of the deity you are worshipping because the vibrations of the sound itself produces the form. *
Use the sanskrit term for the answer.
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Mantra: The stage of sadhana called _________ means “togetherness” which happens when you draw your deity to you so often with mantra that your individuality eventually dissolves; you and your deity become one consciousness. *
Use the sanskrit term for the answer.
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Tantra: ________ which comes from the Sanskrit root meaning “to place” helps to infuse your being with the power of the deity, by placing that deity in your body. It enables you to identify with your deity; it also helps balance the energy in your physical body, making it steady. When the body is steady and still, the mantra’s shakti can fill it. *
Use the sanskrit term for the answer.
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Tantra: For ______________ to be of any value, it must be effortless. *
Use the sanskrit term for the answer.
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Gurus & Disciples: The function of Tantra and Aghora is to put the government of mind, senses, and body into the proper order to avoid misery. Life minus misery for a prolonged period of time produces satisfaction, which yields happiness. When happiness is increased beyond all conceivable limits and is sustained, it becomes bliss––what the Vedas call ________. Sadhana is a means to this end. When Kundalini awakens, if body, mind and spirit are in good working order, bliss is certain. *
Use the sanskrit term for the answer.
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Immortals: Our mortal consciousness has three normal states: waking, dreaming and sleeping. ________ is the state beyond these three. In it you are continually aware of being Brahman, the Absolute Reality, and of Brahman being all: this is the essence of the contemplation, “Ahama Brahmasmi; I am Brahman.” *
Use the sanskrit term for the answer.
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