The kundalini energy before its union with the static energy is divided into two types of energies, kinetic and dynamic energies. The movement of kundalini in the spinal cord is kinetic energy and when this kinetic energy manifests into action, it is called dynamic energy. Kundalini unites with the static energy, only in the form of dynamic energy. Therefore, it is imperative that kundalini in the form of kinetic energy is less potent than its dynamic form. All the siddhis can be attained only when kundalini remains in its kinetic form. When it manifests into dynamic form it does not care about its primordial stage and its sole aim is to unite with the static energy, which attracts kundalini like a magnet attracting a nail. Unless and until, the kundalini is transformed into dynamic form it cannot enter the sahasrara. When the union of powerful dynamic energy and the ever existing pure static energy which is also known as pure consciousness takes place, bliss is realized that ultimately leads to the stage of samadhi. This process confirms our earlier discussions under the label kundalini in this blog. When dynamic kundalini unites with static consciousness at the sahasrara, the potency of the kundalini is reduced. This means kundalini does not act in the same way as it has acted earlier, because it is now under the grip and control of the highest level of consciousness. This consciousness is connected to the cosmos through an orifice in the sahasrara.
At this stage the consciousness is filled with divine energy. This divine energy is called pure consciousness because of its connection to higher planes. This is called Shiva and that is why Shiva is always called pure. The dynamic nature of the kundalini gets depleted when united with static energy and you feel the result of this union in your thoughts and actions that undergoes changes. You now become less attached to worldly affairs. These changes take you forward in spirituality as a result of which you realize the bliss and the ultimate samadhi.