Jnana Yoga, the “yoga of knowledge”, the type of yoga most commonly associated with Advaita Vedanta and the non-dual perspective, does not have the body and its energies as the main focal point for spiritual development, but the mind itself. Jnana Yoga uses the individual consciousness as a tool to learn
The secret behind the movements and the manifestations of Kundalini Shakti is simply this: Wherever awareness is consciously focused, the Shakti energy will follow. When the Shakti is working in higher centers it gives visions of angels, heavenly and celestial realms, and other countless experiences. A Yogi inclined to Jnana asks, “What happens, when Awareness, focuses not on anything in particular (such as Chakras) but simply and spontaneously on Itself. Where does the Shakti energy go then?