I can see one problem with adopting this kind of meditation: since I practice in the morning when my wife and son are asleep, this wouldn’t bode well with them. Probably not the dog, either. Still, I find Kundalini yoga meditation interesting. (Not sure about the white getup.) I just finished reading Chakras: Easy Guide for Beginners. very easy to understand and very brief (less than 60 pages) guide on what Chakras are; how they affect the human body, and how to balance them.
I am not in the state of mind to buy into the whole thing with Chakras. I guess because they are not physically seen: if I get an x-ray my doctor won’t say, “Now see that bone spur, right there, in front of your Sacral Chakra?” Anyway, I am glad I have the book and plan to revisit some of the passages in the future.
At the same time I finished this tiny book I found this video on YouTube. Kundalini Yoga is all about awakening all of the seven chakras from the root (Muladhara) chakra all the way up through the crown (Sahasrara) chakra.