Traditionally, there are four different stages in the Kundalini process
Awakening stage (arambh)
2. Cleansing stage (ghat)
3. Absorption stage (parichay)
4. Final stage (nishpatti)
Awakening stage (arambha):
speaking, the Kundalini is considered awakened when the shell of the
Kundalini is broken and so is the knot of the base chakra, normally
referred to as the Brahm knot as this knot is very close to the Kundalini
Cleansing stage (Ghata):
the Kundalini energy opens the second big chakra knot at the heart chakra,
Kundalini energy can flow easier toward different parts of the body
to do more thorough cleansing.
3. Absorption stage (Pacihaya) :
stage, the cleansing is done in different body layers.
4. Final Stage (Nishpatti):
the Kundalini opens the third and last big chakra knot at the ajna (third
eye chakra), called the Rudra, the person is only one step away from
getting the crown chakra open. As the crown chakra opens, one will be
able to achieve self realization, cosmic realization, and then Yog.