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Kundalini

Kundalini Awakening
Guide To Gain
Enlightenment,
Clairvoyance, Self
Realization and Heal Your
Body Naturally

By
Jason Williams
Table Of Contents
Introduction
Chapter 1. Understanding the
Kundalini
Chapter 2. Coping with Unintentional
Awakenings
Chapter 3. Traditional Ways to Awaken
Kundalini
Chapter 4. How to Intentionally
Awaken the Kundalini
Chapter 5. Cleansing and Balancing the
Chakras
Chapter 6. Dealing with Rising
Kundalini
Conclusion
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Introduction
I want to thank you and congratulate
you for downloading the book -
Kundalini: Kundalini Awakening
Guide To Gain Enlightenment,
Clairvoyance, Self Realization and
Heal Your Body Naturally

This book contains proven steps and


strategies on how to reach your full
potential through Kundalini activation.

Heres an inescapable fact: there are


many unenlightened people in the
world who live and die without fully
realizing, or even just knowing about
their greatness.

It used to be a well-guarded secret that


there is an extremely potent power
source within the human body, and by
activating this, a person can do
extraordinary things. This was and is
deliberately kept secret because this
information may cause the common
people to stand up for themselves and
break free from the controllers of
society. In fact, it is said that Kundalini
activation brings god-like abilities,
and surely, those who act as gods do
not want to be dethroned.

The coming of the Information Age is a


benefit for everyone who wants to
make the most of their lives through the
accumulation and practice of valuable
knowledge. This is the time when the
barriers to mankinds liberation are
slowly crumbling down, and the
thousands-year-old reign over peoples
consciousness is slowly fading away.
One strong sign of this is the
proliferation of empowering materials
such as this book.

This book will give you what is hidden


from majority of the population for a
long, long time. If you do not develop
your Kundalini, you risk living as a
slave who is at the mercy of more
knowing and more powerful beings.
Life will be an endless struggle filled
with shallow victories and inane
distractions. This is how powerful men
and women want their minions to be,
and they have kept them this way
throughout history.

Its time for you to break free of the


invisible traps they have set for you.
Take back the power that is rightfully
yours. Let this book teach you about
what your Kundalini is about, and
ultimately guide you in activating and
using your innate powers. This is the
time for a long-awaited change;
accelerate your evolution by activating
your Kundalini now.
Chapter 1.
Understanding the
Kundalini
Kundalini is a potent energy that is
located at the bottom of the spine. Its
name derives from the Sanskrit
Kundala, a word that means coiled.
When dormant, the Kundalini remains
coiled around the tailbone until it
climbs up to the head. This awakening
can happen spontaneously or
voluntarily.
Awakening the Kundalini results in
spiritual enlightenment, which bestows
upon the person many gifts, some of
which are increased strength,
improved health, tranquility, bliss,
wisdom, and even supernatural
abilities. Many belief systems have
equated Kundalini activation with
spiritual liberation and the complete
fulfillment of mans potential; thus, a
lot of people are practicing techniques
to rouse their own Kundalini.
When the Kundalini uncoils and
awakens, it rises up the spine in the
form of pulses, waves, sparks, or
flames. It then taps to the energies of
the Universe, which enter the body to
cleanse and infuse the person with
power. Although this may happen
spontaneously, majority of people need
to undergo certain processes to make
this possible.
The Kundalini only works when it
reaches the crown of the head. Because
of this, a person must have a clear
Kundalini path; if not, he or she has to
prepare the path for the energy.
Otherwise, he or she will feel pain or
pressure as the energy encounters
blocks, or the Kundalini may not move
at all.
Blocks may form as a result of:
negativity
repressed emotions
psychological wounds
rigid beliefs and attitudes
unprepared body
According to Yogic belief, there are
two energetic channels (Nadis) along
the spinal column called the Ida and
the Pingala, and a hollow canal (Nadi)
named as the Sushumna. The Kundalini
lies dormant at the bottom of this
column and coiled around the tailbone
three and a half times. When it stirs
awake, it pushes through the channel
and peels off the layers that separate
the mind from the ultimate reality.
Symptoms
Kundalini influences the body and
mind so its release brings about
physical and psychological symptoms.
There is a wide range of Kundalini
symptoms some of them highly
desirable while others cause
frustration.
Body
Involuntary movements - shaking
and jerking
Involuntary positioning - asanas
(Yoga postures) and mudras (Yoga
hand gestures
Unusual sensations - tingling,
itching, vibrating, crawling,
electric shocks , intense heat or
cold, a cool breeze, inner lightness,
electric current travelling along the
spine or along the arms and hands
Heightened sensitivity to lights,
sounds, bodily sensations
Headaches, migraines, pressure,
pains
Increased blood pressure
Irregular heartbeat
Disrupted sleep pattern (insomnia
or excessive sleeping)
Disrupted eating pattern (appetite
loss or binge eating)
Disturbed digestive and excretory
processes
Increased strength
Faster healing
Greater body-mind coordination
Strong resistance to illness
Emotions
A feeling of losing control
Diminished or increased sexual
desire
Emotional upheavals, mood
swings, or numbness
Lack of interest in socializing with
others
Bliss
Tranquility
Infinite love
Connection to the universe
Mind
Changes in perceptions
Changes in mental function
Unusual perceptions - visions,
sounds, etc.
Seeing lights in the environment
Seeing auras or lights around or
inside the body
Altered states of consciousness
Dissociation
Depersonalization
Absorption
Greater sensitivity to art
Paranormal experiences:
Telepathy, prophetic dreams,
visions, hearing disembodied
voices and sounds
Expanded, heightened or deepened
awareness
Transcendent consciousness
Laboratory Measurements

EEG sample showing Alpha waves. Photo by Hugo Gamboa /


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EEG: Increased alpha or theta


waves
Heart: Decreased heart rate
Respiration: Decreased respiration
rate
Skin: Increased or decreased skin
conductance
(Arambula, 2001)
These symptoms may be caused by
changes in the energy patterns of the
individual that is brought about by the
ascending Kundalini. Some have
theorized that Kundalini awakening is
a natural part of human evolution since
it causes several changes in a person.
According to them, the Kundalini may
serve a role in modifying the nervous
system to allow the person to function
in a different state of existence.
From a study done by Sanchez and
Daniels (2008), these symptoms are
common among those who practice
transpersonal activities activities
that go beyond ordinary personal
concerns such as spiritual and mystic
practices. These symptoms are not
usually present in people who do not
perform these kinds of activities.
Also, people who follow different
paths may experience different
symptoms, with those following
unstructured paths (practices that do
not prescribe methods) experiencing
more unpleasant symptoms than those
adhering to structured paths
(practices with particular techniques).
This means that Kundalini activation is
better done intentionally and
methodically.
Chapter 2. Coping with
Unintentional
Awakenings

As mentioned, the Kundalini


sometimes activates without a person
meaning to. There are several reasons
that may explain this:
Near death experiences
Extreme events
Childbirth
Illnesses
Physical trauma
Psychological trauma
Energetic influences in the
environment
Supernatural intervention
Soul contract (the plan for the soul
during this lifetime)
Possible spiritual practices in
previous lives
There are unverified reports that more
people are having Kundalini
awakening symptoms than before.
Some explain that this is due to
mankinds developing collective
consciousness. Because humanity as a
whole is evolving, many individuals
Kundalini energies are awakening even
without their conscious efforts.
Although an awakened Kundalini may
be considered as positive, an
unexpected release of Kundalini often
causes unpleasant symptoms. If this
happens to you, here are some things
you can do to make it more tolerable:
Relax your entire body
Breathe comfortably
Imagine the Kundalini as a gentle
energy, like a soft breeze or a
wispy cloud
Allow your experiences without
resisting them or fearing them
Talk with someone who has
experienced it before
Do not analyze the event but simply
let it occur
These methods will be revisited later
in the book.
Helpful Attitudes
These are some attitudes that will help
when the Kundalini becomes activated
whether voluntary or not:
Mindfulness - paying attention to
internal and external stimuli
without thinking about them
Self-transcendence - mystical
experiences are common among
people who can let go of their
personal issues
Inner knowledge - focusing the
awareness inwardly is a major
component of meditation
Inner calm - turbulent emotions and
preoccupations prevent the
Kundalini from manifesting itself
Non-resistance - to make the flow
of Kundalini easier, it's better to go
with the process instead of fighting
against it or defending one's self
from it
Compliance - this is important for
those who are receiving guidance
from a Kundalini teacher; not
following instructions may be
dangerous for the student or may
render the awakening ineffective
Once the Kundalini awakens, it will
remain activated. However, you have
to maintain your energy system so that
the Kundalini wont end up running
into blocks. The rest of the book will
deal with removing blocks and
maintaining the health of the energetic
body.
Chapter 3. Traditional
Ways to Awaken
Kundalini

Several belief systems teach different


methods to awaken the Kundalini. You
may or may not adhere to these to do
this on your own. However, if you
want to follow a spiritual tradition,
you may need to find a teacher to guide
you. Religious and cultural traditions
usually emphasize the need for a guru
when attempting to activate Kundalini.
Awakening can be done actively or
passively. Active awakening involves
performing methods that trigger the
release of the energy. Passive
awakening allows the energy to arise
by itself by releasing factors that block
the rising of the force, as well as
receiving the intervention of a guru or
a person who has already awakened
his/her Kundalini.
Spiritual Transmission
A guru can awaken the Kundalini of a
student by teaching him/her what to do
and by manipulating the energy itself.
Some say that having a teacher is
important because if the Kundalini is
awakened without guidance, a person
may not know what to do and become
deluded. He or she may also end up
misusing his/her new abilities and
cause harm to his or her own self and
others.
When a guru awakens a person's
Kundalini, the effects may only be
temporary, but it gives the student an
idea of what Kundalini is like so
he/she will be guided as he/she
develops it on his/her own. Some say
if a guru is powerful enough, the
effects may last a lifetime.
India has many ashrams (spiritual
places) where people can receive
Kundalini instruction and transmission.
Consider visiting the country if you are
serious in receiving instruction from a
genuine guru. However, many countries
aside from India also have their share
of Kundalini masters. You may find
some offering Kundalini classes near
you.
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Novi / Wikimedia Commons
Contemplative Practices
Contemplative practices make a person
sensitive to energies within and around
him. The act of contemplating seems to
facilitate the movement of Kundalini.
Contemplation is important; it has been
found out that activities that are not
done in a contemplative manner do not
lead to mystical experiences.
Meditation
Mediation is strongly related to
mystical experiences and Kundalini
syndromes. According to a study, it is
more effective than yoga and prayer in
creating Kundalini syndromes. It is
possible that this is because meditation
involves an inner focus, which is not
always involved in yoga or prayer.
Because regular meditators experience
Kundalini more often, it may mean that
it is caused by the meditations or
because dedicated meditators are
predisposed for Kundalini
experiences. No matter what the case
may be, you will benefit if you
regularly meditate.
Meditation and Multiple Practices
Based on research on meditators and
Kundalini experiencers, meditation and
multiple transpersonal practices
increase the chances of Kundalini
awakening. (
It was discovered that the total amount
of practice is more important than the
frequency, pattern, and social
conditions of practicing (de Castro,
2015). This means that it's good if you
meditate a lot of times so the effect
will accumulate.
Prayer
Prayer leads to mystical experiences
when there are positive emotions like
adoration and gratitude. When prayer
involves requests or confession of
sins, or if it is done out of obligation,
mystical experiences occur less
frequently.
Yoga
There are many kinds of yoga; some
deal specifically with Kundalini
activation. Regardless of whether yoga
is done for Kundalini or not, Kundalini
will more likely be awakened if yoga
is practiced contemplatively. In
contrast, if yoga is done mechanically
and treated only as a means to attain
fitness, Kundalini will remain dormant.
Yoga generally deals with physical
exercises (asanas and mudras),
chanting (mantras), breath control
(pranayama), meditation,
concentration, and visualization.
Some forms of yoga that deal with
Kundalini are the following:
Kundalini yoga/Laya yoga:
Kundalini yoga incorporates Hatha
yoga, Kriya yoga, visualization and
meditation.
Hatha yoga: There are particular
Hatha yoga practices that are said
to raise Kundalini such as mula
bandha, jalandhara bandha, kechari
mudra, kumbhaka, and mula
bandha.
Kriya yoga: Kriya yoga involves
self-study, self-discipline, and
devotions.
Sahaja yoga: Sahaja yoga teaches
Kundalini activation methods to
enable a person to achieve self-
realization.
Yoga is considered as a structured
path. These Kundalini-based Yoga
forms have specific techniques for
activating, maintaining, and making use
of Kundalini for different purposes.
You can learn Yoga on your own but to
be sure you carry out the techniques
properly, its best to attend a class.
Purification
Hindu tradition requires the cleansing
and strengthening of the body to
prepare it for the passage of Kundalini.
Fasting is sometimes prescribed - this
may mean not eating for a certain
number of days or not eating particular
kinds of food like red meat. Activities
that entertain the senses are likewise
prohibited to refresh the mind and
make it concentrate on spirituality.
Chapter 4. How to
Intentionally Awaken the
Kundalini

The previous chapter dealt with


traditional activation measures. This
chapter and the next ones discuss non-
traditional methods that may be
practiced without the guidance of a
guru.
Sensing Energy

Sensitizing yourself to energy is


crucial in controlling the ascent of
Kundalini. There are a couple of ways
for you to perceive energy better.
Spirit Dancing
This is a practice where the body is
allowed to move freely. Playing music,
drumming, or chanting helps with
building momentum. This releases
pent-up energy, makes your mind more
flexible, and allows you to be more
responsive to the stirrings of your
subconscious mind.
Meditative Movement
Any movement done with
contemplation will help awaken the
dormant Kundalini; thus, being mindful
of what you are doing may be enough.
You may also take up a meditation
practice like qigong, tai chi, or yoga -
these deal with energy itself so you
will also learn how to detect and
manipulate subtle forces.
Energy Work
There are many esoteric practices that
involve manipulation of energy.
Consider receiving training on things
like Reiki and pranic healing. You may
also attend psychic development
classes where you will learn how to
perceive and manipulate different
kinds of energy and non-physical
forms.
Human Body Meridians of Traditional Chinese
Medicine
Heightening the Senses
Detecting energy will be easier if you
develop your normal senses. Even if
the eyes, ears, nose, tongue, and skin
are not calibrated to perceive subtle
energies, your mind - the sensing organ
- will still rely on sensory channels to
translate the raw data.
The brain is sensing all the time, but it
only pays attention to a few things that
it thinks are important. This results to a
lot of missed perceptions. It may also
choose to ignore energies especially if
you're not a believer of such things or
you are busy with something else
unrelated to them.
If this happens, the energies will still
be perceived but the perception will
be stored in the unconscious mind. You
may be unable to access them unless
you come across something that
triggers the memories.
To heighten your senses, you need to
bring your full awareness to the things
that you are sensing. You may focus on
one sense to train it to function better.
Explore one thing or the environment
using the sense. For example, when
honing the visual sense, choose a target
and closely observe how it looks like
what colors it contains, how light
interplays with it, how it is contoured
by shadows, what tiny details you can
spot on the object, etc. Do not make an
internal narration of what you observe,
but simply perceive.
You may also dampen other senses to
heighten a particular sense. To sharpen
hearing, try to detect objects while
your eyes are covered. Feel how sound
moves through the air. Notice the
differences between near and far
noises. Try to guess what the origin of
sounds are and where they are located.
Ganzfeld Apparatus

Some people intentionally undergo


sensory deprivation to heighten their
psychic senses. They may do this by
using a Ganzfeld apparatus, a device
made up of halved ping-pong balls
covering the eyes and earphones
emitting a static noise, or by floating in
a completely dark and soundproof
water tank. Because the sensory input
is minimized, the faint impulses
detected by the psychic senses are
magnified.
Developing the Psychic Senses
Another thing that will help you
become more aware of non-physical
phenomena is developing your psychic
senses or extra-sensory perception
(ESP). These abilities are a natural
property of your subconscious and
unconscious mind.
The conscious mind is not really good
for ESP since it has these
characteristics:
It is more projective than receptive
Once it has an idea of how things
are, it tends to modify or omit
perceptions so that they conform to
its notions
It adheres to beliefs that may be
false
It's perception is filtered by ideas
and past experiences
It has a limited attention
It is prone to distractions
To develop the psychic mind, you will
need to be familiar with your normal
state of awareness and distance
yourself from it. You can do this by
minimizing the stimuli you process by:
Minimizing sensory stimuli (Ex.
closing your eyes, dimming the
lights, silencing the radio, making
yourself comfortable, removing
distractions etc.)
Relaxing your body and releasing
muscular tension
Keeping still as possible without
sacrificing comfort
Breathing deeply and evenly
Feeling calm and letting go of
troublesome emotions
Clearing your mind of thoughts
You also need to learn how your
psychic mind receives and interprets
vibrations. You can practice by
focusing on a target or asking a
question, then waiting for what comes
into your head in the form of memories,
symbols, visions, sounds, sensations,
ideas, and the like. Pay more attention
to what goes on in your mind in general
so you will get used to working
psychically.
Remember and/or record these
impressions and then try to guess what
they mean. Later on, compare your
estimations with the actual
answers/events. Eventually, you will
spot consistent features about your
psychic impressions for example,
you will learn what your minds
representations for a good decision
and a bad decision are, or know
whether a signal is about the past,
present, or future. You can use what
you learn to compile a psychic
vocabulary and make reliable
interpretations.
In time, you will also learn how to
distinguish accurate hunches from
projected hopes or fears. They may
come as ideas that are unrelated to
what you think or feel at that time that
they may even be surprising. Take
caution: its easy to dismiss important
psychic signals if you are not careful
enough. When you receive such a
message, take note of it, test its
validity, and take action instead of
simply forgetting about it.
To detect subtle energy, have the
intention to perceive energies around
you. Do not forcefully imagine that you
will see or sense something, but let it
happen naturally. Get to know different
kinds of energies ex. the energy of
youth, joy, fear, depression, etc. by
going into places or situations where
these are present. Looking at pictures
or watching videos will also suffice.
Cultivating Positive
Emotions
Positive emotions encourage the
movement of Kundalini, while negative
emotions cause blockage or
disharmony within the persons
energetic system. Some of these
negativities are:
Anger
Resentment
Disgust
Anxiety
Fear
Grief
Insecurity
Feeling Overwhelmed
Helplessness
Internal Conflict
These can be released through the
following methods:
Going away from what causes the
emotion
Staying with those who cause
positive emotions
Reciting affirmations or positive
statements
Visualizing the emotions and
imagining them as dissipating or
transforming into positivity
Moving your body walking,
dancing, exercising, stretching
Doing something enjoyable
laughing, playing, etc.
Being busy with a worthwhile
activity a rewarding hobby, task
or service
Expressing your emotions
through journaling, creative works,
etc.
Relaxing physically and mentally
Processing your emotions
analyzing why the emotion
happens, questioning the beliefs
that fuel them, and choosing an
alternative response
Labelling emotions labelling
reduces emotions power
Meditating feeling the emotion
and acknowledging its existence
without indulging in it or
suppressing it
Observing the emotion detachedly
and noticing its details what
thoughts it produces, what
sensations it makes in your body
(how it affects your muscular
tension, breathing, heart rate, body
temperature, sweating, etc.), what
memories it evokes, what qualities
it possesses (does it feel hot/cold,
does it give you energy or drain
you of it, how long is its duration,
how frequently do you feel it etc.),
what kind of actions or words does
it compel you to perform.
Having the strong knowledge that
you are not your thoughts,
emotions, or sensations
Describing the experience and
explaining to yourself what is
happening and the fact that it will
also pass
Using the energy of the emotion to
do something worthwhile
Talking to the emotion to know its
message and treating it like a friend
rather than an enemy
Being more spiritual and
connecting to a source of
tranquillity and wisdom
Focusing on things that encourage
positive emotions
Being grateful
Meditating on loving-kindness
(Metta meditation)
Evaluating your emotional
responses - finding your weak
spots, what triggers you, what you
cant do about your situation and
what you can, looking for patterns
and devising ways to break out of
them
Altering your viewpoint how you
think about something affects your
responses to it so modify your
thoughts
Relabeling emotions sadness into
appreciation, fear into excitement,
rage into passion, etc.
Reminding yourself of positive
things about yourself or the thing
that troubles you.
Pretending that you are feeling a
more positive emotion by having
thoughts that contain them, by
having body postures or
movements that depict that
emotion. Your brain is constantly
monitoring your thoughts and body
and interprets what you feel based
on what it monitors. If it sees that
you are thinking and acting a
certain way, it will believe that you
are feeling a certain emotion, and it
will trigger physiological changes
that create a suitable emotion for
your status)
Understanding the Emotion
Emotions are measurements of the
inner states of a person. They cause
discomfort because they are designed
to compel an individual to behave or
think a certain way to meet some basic
needs. Nature has caused creatures and
people to develop emotions because it
served evolutionary purposes or
survival and reproduction. However,
times changed and situations are more
complex nowadays. Many other things
also trigger these emotional systems
even if these things do not actually
relate to a persons wellbeing
example, being addicted to drugs,
social media, getting angry because of
differences of opinions, being suicidal,
etc.
Anger a natural response when you
are being threatened by something that
you believe you can or should
overcome. It gives you energy to fight
or work for something despite
challenges. You can use this to fuel
your passion without being destructive,
or protect yourself or someone else if
necessary. However, know that holding
on to anger is unnecessary especially if
you cant do anything about what
angers you as of the moment.
Sadness a mechanism that slows you
down and makes you value what you
have lost or havent attained.
Evolutionary speaking, sadness seems
to be a process for keeping a creature
from wandering off too far from the
herd when its primary caregiver is
lost. You can move on from sadness by
understanding that its meant for you to
treasure whatever is important for you,
and you can do that through other ways
than holding on to the hurt. Being
active also shakes off the lethargy of
sadness.
Fear Fear is a basic emotion that
protects a person from harm. It creates
an impulse to hide, run away, or defend
ones self when a person cant cope
with the threat. One crucial fact about
fear is that it may result even if theres
no actual danger or if the person can
really cope with the threat. You may
conquer the fear by gradually exposing
yourself to it in safe scenarios. You can
learn as much as you can about it so it
so your imagination will not
exaggerate its danger. You can also
come into terms that there will always
be things that are harmful, unknowable,
and uncontrollable, but you always
have the ability to choose what to feel
about them.
Boredom Boredom is meant for
people to move or learn instead of do
nothing and stagnate. It results when
the person has enough reserves of
energy but is not using it for something
that he/she thinks is worth doing or
paying attention to. Let this emotion
propel you not into doing hollow things
but things that are meaningful.
Frustration Frustration happens when
goals and needs are not met. See this
as a helpful force instead of a
destructive one. Let it fuel your
dedication for what is valuable for
you, and focus on how you could
improve your efforts so that you will
not be frustrated the next time around.
When you experience a bothersome
emotion, ask yourself, whats
important for me that my emotion is
pointing at? How could I take care of
this important thing without feeling
this unpleasant sensation? Is this
really important or did I make a
mental shortcut that I have to feel this
way when a particular thing
happens? No matter how unpleasant
they may be, emotions always have
something to give to you. You just have
to be perceptive enough to know what
they are.
Remember that emotions are just tools
and you are the user of those tools.
They exist to help you with making
decisions. Take control of them instead
of letting them control you.
Resolving your issues improve the
condition of your energy body. The
next chapter is about the chakras
(energy centers) and how you can
cleanse and balance them.
Chapter 5. Cleansing and
Balancing the Chakras

Chakras are energy centers in the


energy field of a person. They are
associated with many aspects of life
physical health, emotions, thoughts,
spirituality, relationships, and even the
events that come to a person. The
persons actions and experiences affect
the chakras, and the chakras likewise
influence actions and experiences. By
working on the chakras, a person not
only clears out the Nadis, he/she also
improves his/her life on several
levels.
Chakra work is traditionally done
sequentially from the bottom to the top.
This is because a chakra serves as the
foundation for the one above it, and
disturbances in this chakra will affect
the other. You may avoid re-clearing a
chakra by working on them in sequence
and in the correct order.
The order of the chakras may be
compared to Abraham Maslow's
Hierarchy of Needs:
1. Physiological and safety needs
correlate to the root chakra
2. Love and belonging needs correlate
to the sacral chakra.
3. Self-esteem needs correlate to the
solar plexus chakra.
4. Cognitive and aesthetic needs
correlate to the heart and throat
chakra interchangeably.
5. Self-actualization needs correlate
to the third eye chakra.
6. Transcendence needs correlate to
the crown chakra.
These needs are arranged according to
their urgency with regards to survival.
It's hard for a person to feel loved
when he/she has nothing to eat. Also, a
person who feels out of place tends to
develop low self-esteem. Without
enough confidence in himself, he might
not have any interest in learning about
the world and finding beauty in it. He
might not even bother to look within
himself. By not doing so, it will be
difficult for him to live to his full
potential, which makes it impossible
for him to want to help others reach
theirs.
Clearing the chakras involves working
on the life issues that are associated
with it. Since there is logic behind
working on more urgent needs before
moving on to less urgent ones, it is also
reasonable to deal with the most basic
chakra (the root chakra) and work
upwards.
The 7 chakras have colors that are
patterned after the light spectrum. The
chakra with the lowest vibration is the
root chakra, and it has the color red,
which has the slowest frequency of all.
The following chakras ascend in
frequency, with the crown chakra
having a violet color and the highest
vibration. Take note that different
traditions have some disagreements
regarding the actual colors of the
chakras but the issues are basically the
same.
Root Chakra (Red)
The home of the Kundalini is the root
chakra, which is stationed at the
perineum. It governs the very basic
requirements for survival, thus it also
connects the person to earthly
existence. Its issues center on survival,
safety, groundedness, boundaries (the
opposite of the unifying chakra),
sustenance, and physical health.
An unbalanced root chakra results to
fear, insecurity, vulnerability,
addiction, mistrust, lack of
groundedness, and aloofness.
A balanced root chakra brings security,
connection to the world, ability to
trust, and comfort with ones own
body.
Activities that help cleanse and
balance this chakra are physical
activities, especially those that involve
the feet and legs walking, running,
and biking, among others. Those that
are done in nature are also good, such
as hiking, stargazing, gardening, and
picnicking.
Sacral Chakra (Orange)
The sacral chakra resides within the
lower abdomen in the region of the
reproductive organs. Because of its
location, it is attributed to creativity (a
symbolic form of giving birth),
pleasure, sexuality, relationships (to a
romantic partner, to the family, and to
others in general), and emotions (most
especially strong, primal ones).
An unbalanced sacral chakra can result
to sexual abnormalities (lack of sex
drive or an excess of it), being
unemotional or over emotional, and
unhealthy attachments.
A balanced sacral chakra leads to
healthy relationships, the ability to
express and manage emotions well,
and the ability to enjoy pleasure
without feeling guilty.
Activities that help cleanse and
balance this chakra are those that
involve sensuality and emotional
expression ex: relaxing in a spa,
listening to pleasant music, getting
massages, and being intimate with a
loving partner.
Solar Plexus Chakra (Yellow)
The solar plexus is the power center of
the body, thus it is comparable to the
sun. It is positioned in the abdomen
and it has influences on the digestive
organs and the metabolic system. It
provides the body energy obtained
from food and from non-physical
sources. Issues of this chakra involves
the ego, self-esteem, vitality,
willpower, and discipline
An unbalanced solar plexus chakra
causes excessive anger, narcissism or
low self-esteem, manipulativeness or
powerlessness, and compulsiveness. It
can also create abnormal eating
patterns.
A balanced solar plexus chakra creates
a healthy self-esteem, personal power,
and self-trust.
Activities that cleanse and balance this
chakra are those that evoke discipline
and effort such as aerobics, running
marathons, swimming, weightlifting,
gymnastics, competitions, and the like.
Heart Chakra (Green)
The heart chakra is in the center of the
chest. It serves as the balance between
the three lower and three higher
chakras. It deals with the higher
emotions such as true love,
compassion, hope, devotion, kindness,
forgiveness, and selflessness. In
comparison, the sacral chakra deals
with self-centered emotions that have
more to do with survival and
reproduction.
An unbalanced heart chakra brings
about negative emotions, an inability to
control and process feelings, and an
intense dislike for other people.
A balanced heart chakra enables a
warm connection with other people, a
positive attitude, and the ability to give
and receive love freely.
Activities that clean and balance the
heart chakra are those that involve
doing good deeds for others and
engender pleasant feelings, such as
charity work, rescue missions,
donating, indulging in inspirational
books, art, and movies, and spending
time with loved ones.
Throat Chakra (Blue)
The throat chakra is expectedly about
communication, but its also associated
with sound and the intellect. This is
partly because the mind (the lower
mind, that is) often relies on language
to formulate its thoughts. A person also
thinks with an inner voice that may
become noisy at times.
An unbalanced throat chakra may
provoke harmful uses of language
(dishonesty, repression of the truth,
gossiping, and bullying), inability to
express ones self, over-thinking or
lack of thought.
A balanced throat chakra bestows the
capacity to express ones self well and
be responsive to others thoughts, the
ability to have reliable ideas and
manifest them, and an appreciation for
language.
Activities that help clear and balance
the throat chakra are those that involve
the voice such as singing, humming,
reciting poems or essays, journal
writing, painting, problem-solving, and
creating something from a blueprint.
Third Eye Chakra (Indigo)
The third eye chakra is in the head and
between the two eyes. It is related to
sight and the ability to see whether in
the physical or in the psychic realms.
Issues concerning this chakra are all
about the imagination, psychic
abilities, wisdom, abstract reasoning,
and the connection to ones higher self.
An unbalanced third eye chakra creates
confusion, mental problems, learning
disabilities, dependence on other
people for guidance, and an inability to
rely on intuition.
A balanced third eye chakra
contributes to heightened psychic
abilities, clear thought, and a strong
connection to the higher self.
Activities that cleanse and balance the
third eye chakra are lucid dreaming,
dream journaling, meditation,
acknowledgement of synchronicities,
and studying the mystical arts.
Crown Chakra (Violet)
The crown chakra is the highest of the
7 main chakras. The Kundalini rises to
meet this point to connect the
individual with the Universe. It is the
representation of perfection and
liberation from earthly suffering. When
the third eye connects the person to the
higher self, this chakra unifies him/her
to the higher self and to the Divine.
Issues that arise from this chakra are
spiritual development, Divine
connection, selflessness, and higher
awareness
An unbalanced crown chakra can mean
insanity, lack of connection to the
Divine, disbelief of spiritual matters,
and materialism.
A balanced crown chakra gives bliss,
fulfillment, access to the spiritual
realms, profound wisdom, and a sense
of purpose in life.
Activities that cleanse and balance the
crown chakra are spiritual activities
such as contemplating the Divine, deep
meditation, mindfulness, intense
prayer, living according to ones
spiritual mission, serving the greater
good, and other demonstrations of
faith.
There are yoga techniques that deal
specifically with chakra development,
but you dont really have to learn these
to manage your chakras. Resolving
issues related to the chakras are the
best way to open them up since doing
so involves body, heart, and mind.
Chapter 6. Dealing with
Rising Kundalini

Kundalini activation requires your


complete focus. Do not do the
following activities when you are
tired, sleep, ill, or under the influence
of alcohol or drugs. You need to be at
your best physically and mentally.
Never do Kundalini exercises when
you have just eaten; wait one to four
hours after. Do not activate your
Kundalini when you need to do
something that needs you
concentration; you might be disoriented
for some time after.
When releasing, be prepared for
reliving traumatic memories such as
those of illness, accidents, and abuse.
This is part of the cleansing process.
The positive result of this is that these
memories will have less impact over
you once you release them even if they
still stay in your memory.
You might experience dissociation and
feel like an outsider in your own body.
You may stop seeing yourself as a part
of your own life and lose interest in
matters that you used to give
importance to. You may no longer feel
connection to your loved ones and
society. You might also lose faith in
what you consider as Divine. This is a
consequence of old energy leaving
your system. You must not identify
yourself with this state. It will go away
on its own after a time as you get used
to the new energies, but you can make
the transition faster by processing your
experiences through reflection,
talking with other experiencers, and the
like.
How Kundalini Feels
As described earlier, Kundalini may
feel like flames, sparks, electricity, or
waves. It might also seem like a cool
breeze. The energy may rise up in a
straight direction or it may radiate
outwards from the spine. It might feel
as a lump moving up as well. If it
meets a partial block, it may spiral
around the spine. If it rams against a
rigid block, the energy might scatter
into the body.
The Kundalini sometimes passes
through a wide channel this produces
more tolerable effects than when it
forces itself through a narrow path.
This wide channel can sometimes be
as big as your body or even bigger.
You may imagine the Kundalini passing
through this large tube to make it more
tolerable.
Preparations
By preparing yourself, you make it
easier for the Kundalini to flow and be
assimilated by your system. The
previous chapters dealt with clearing
the Kundalinis path; in addition to
clearing, you can also do the
following:
Drink lots of water
Eat nutritious food; do not skip
meals
Exercise
Get massages
Do some stretches
Avoid
Junk food
Caffeine
Alcohol
Tobacco
Recreational drugs
Polluted environments
Strenuous activities
To explain, you need to be at your best
before you awaken Kundalini; thats
why good health practices are
encouraged. A full body massage can
improve the flow of internal energy
and release excessive energies. A
massage therapist that is also an energy
worker will be able to balance the
energies well. Stretch from time to
time especially upon waking up, before
going to sleep, and before meditating.
Stretches coordinates the mind and
body, releases energetic blocks, and
make it more receptive to energy.
Cleansing Through Visualization
Energy cleansing can take a lot of
forms depending on the persons
imagination. You can create tools using
your mind filtering screens or nets,
blowtorches, vacuums, healing salves,
dissolving acids, potent cleansers,
delicate brushes, energy infusers, and
the like. These will help prepare your
energy body for Kundalini.
Go into an imaginary place and
designate this to be your healing room.
This could be any place you want
you can base it from existing locations
in the past or present, from mythical
settings, or create one out of your
fantasies.
Although you can design it any way
you want, its best if the place is
separated from the outside world by a
protective barrier, such as a fortress
wall, a row of trees, a mountain range,
a deep moat, a force field, etc. This
will protect you from astral influences
and intruders. You may set an
instruction to this boundary to not
allow anything or anyone else in unless
you give your permission.
You may call on protective beings to
keep you safe. The advantage of having
external help is that beings have
intelligence and they can protect you
better than a non-thinking barrier.
However, you must be sure that the
guardians you choose are trustworthy.
Its recommended that you study a bit
about spirit invocations first before
you try this. However, you may
probably be okay when you call on
your higher self, guardian angel, spirit
animal, or a deceased loved one who
is protective of you while he/she was
still alive. You may also invoke your
concept of the Divine, may it be God,
the Goddess, the Infinite, the Universe,
etc. Regardless of who you choose,
you must firmly believe that the
guardian has the ability and the
willingness to do its job, since your
faith serves as your connection.
Create tools that will help you with
your energy work. You may design
each one while youre still in the
normal state of awareness or make
them up while youre in a psychic
trance. When you go with the first
choice, you will have finished
products and you will just have to give
them astral form, maybe add some
finishing touches. With the latter, forms
may change a lot and you may come up
with surprising designs. However,
these forms will be more in tune with
your psychic mind, so they may be
more potent.
With your mind clear, begin to scan
yourself. You can do this through one
or more of these ways:
By looking at an imaginary mirror
and seeing your own reflection
By going out of your body and
beholding yourself
By imagining a scanner that
displays what you need to see
By moving your awareness
throughout your body
When you are in the scanning stage,
avoid discrediting what you perceive.
Doubt prevents perception and
analysis filters it out. You must change
the way you think so you can receive
and manipulate energy better. Let go of
your usual thinking patterns for a
while; you can go back to it when you
re-enter your normal mode.
You may find it hard to concentrate
when you are in a receptive mode.
Allow your mind to behave according
to its wishes, but if you find yourself
slipping into unconsciousness, gently
remind yourself of what you need to
do. Try to remember whats happening
so that you can analyze it later. You
need to collect data first as you receive
them. You may have to arrange and
decipher them later since psychic
impressions are usually symbolic and
do not usually follow a logical order.
Again, all you have to do at this point
is to receive and remember.
There will come a time when you may
be compelled to do something with
what you perceive. Follow these urges.
For example, you might see or just
know that there is a block around your
heart area. You suddenly have the idea
that you have accumulated a lot of
black energy in there because of your
unresolved emotional burdens. It may
seem reasonable to shine a flashlight in
there to make it shine brighter and
transmute the energy into peace and
love. No matter how silly it seems to
be, just do it, for as long as you are not
harming yourself or anyone.
Instead of using tools and working on
energetic abnormalities in real time,
you may also project a desired setting
for your energetic body. Visualize your
entire body as having a good condition,
with the organs functioning normally
and all energetic components clear and
aligned. If you have seen trouble spots,
replace them with a corrected version.
Focus on this ideal image and add
energy to it through evoking strong
positive emotions. You may affirm that
you are completely healed and the
pathways to your Kundalini are all
taken care of.
Stimulating the Kundalini
Only when you have thoroughly
prepared yourself can you wake up the
Kundalini from its slumber. These are
some techniques that will help do that.
Holding the Breath
Lie on your back on the floor and put
your knees up to your chest. Constrict
your stomach muscles then gradually
lower your legs to make them straight
without bending your back. Hold this
position for 10 to 20 deep breaths.
Visualize the energy from your trunk
ascending to the top of your head and
flow out of it.
Deep Breathing
Fully expand your lungs as you inhale,
and release all air as you exhale. Use
your diaphragm when you breathe in
and out. To check whether you are
doing diaphragmatic breathing, put one
or two hands on your belly your
hand/s should go outward as you inhale
and inward as you exhale. If not, you
are probably doing chest breathing,
which does not fully expand and
contract your lungs. Breathe in energy
and let it ooze out of your skin and
envelop your entire body.
Focusing on the Crown
Hold your head up and have your neck
straight yet relaxed. Focus on the
crown chakra. Shake your head mildly
and roll it around your neck. Inhale and
imagine light rising up into your head.
Enabling Kundalini Release
Sit or lie down with your back straight.
Focus on the spot between your
genitals and anus this is where the
dormant Kundalini is stored. Tighten
this area for about 5 deep breaths.
Release the muscular tension for 5
deep breaths also. Repeat this 3 times,
then tighten and relax the area rapidly
for 10 times.
Using Movement
Move your body with the intention of
stirring the Kundalini awake. You may
sway from side to side, rock back and
forth, spin your trunk in circular
motions, or simply move in any way
you like. You may do this while sitting
down or standing up you may stay in
one position or move freely. Visualize
the Kundalini ascending through your
spine as you do these motions.
Visualization
Imagine the Kundalini flowing from the
base of your spine and escaping the top
of your head. You may use a red-
orange color when imagining it, as
Kundalini has this color. You may also
use gold, silver, white, or any color if
you wish. Use a color and
representation that embody the
qualities that you want if you find the
Kundalini too intense, you may diffuse
its effect by imagining it as a wispy
cloud. If you want to intensify it, turn it
into a raging flame.
Although the Kundalini will pass
through the paths without being guided,
you can guide it by imagining the
channels it will go through. Visualize
the Ida, Pingala, and the Shushumna as
clear. Imagine the life force in these
channels going down to the Kundalini
reservoir. Keep it there for a few
moments with your mind blank and
your emotions calm. Let the energy go
after a while.
You may use your breath to control the
movement of the energy. As you inhale,
imagine fire going to your heart and
then to the place where the Kundalini
is. Let the fire mix with the Kundalini
and spark it to life. Hold your breath
and imagine the energy interacting with
the Kundalini while you are holding it.
As you release your breath, release
your hold over the fire and let it come
up along with the Kundalini.
Some more tips for handling Kundalini
release:
Lie down with your back straight and
relax. Breathe comfortably. Visualize
the Kundalini going into each of the
cells of your body instead of
overpowering you. As a metaphor,
drink the energy and let it quench your
thirst instead of letting yourself drown
in it.
If there is pain or discomfort
somewhere in your body, focus on that
area. Try to detect of there are energy
blockages in there. Open your mind to
whatever you may perceive and allow
the energy to express itself. You may
rub the body part to ease painful
sensations and to help the Kundalini
flow more freely.
Blast stubborn blocks with the
Kundalini itself. See it pierce through
the barriers and dissolve all impurities
into nothing. Let it warm up tensed
areas so it can pass through without
resistance.
If you prefer a softer approach,
imagine a problem area as being
illuminated with a healing light. Let
this light gently push the impurities out
of your body through your skin. To
make it more convincing, imagine the
color of the light changing from dirty
and dull to bright and clear.
Abnormal sensations may mean that the
energy has gotten lodged somewhere
instead of shooting up the spine and
into the crown chakra. Coax it back
into your spine by imagining it
returning to the center channel.
Allow your heart to feel. Do not be
afraid of the strong emotions that
Kundalini might evoke. Fear is a
negative force that may constrict the
energetic channels, so as much as
possible, have positive emotions
instead. As discussed in the previous
chapter, you may rename the fear into
something else thats more
empowering, such as excitement or
curiosity.
Let your mind reach where it wants to
do not restrain its movement by
stopping yourself from thinking certain
thoughts. If memories come back to
you, experience them with detachment.
Do not analyze what is happening
this may cause the Kundalini to
become blocked in the head area. One
Kundalini experiencer has observed
that the intensity of the Kundalini
diminished the more he tried to think
about it.
When you have activated your
Kundalini, your senses will be
heightened. This means that what you
focus on will be magnified in your
awareness. Choose to fill your thoughts
with positivity. View the new
experience as an exhilarating
adventure that will give you long-
lasting rewards. Always remember that
many people aspire to be where you
are now, so with courage in your heart,
continue on your path that the Divine
has laid out for you.
Conclusion

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