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Skywalker
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« on: Nov 22, 2014, 06:36 AM »

Hi Rad,

I have experienced Kundalini in the past but lately I am going thru a build up of energy which is increasing exponentially over time. Lately I am feeling intense waves of inner heat which feels like inner fire, to the point of sometimes becoming uncomfortable. It feels as if thou a very strong surge of energy is purifying any latent issues I may have, physical or emotional and can bring bursts of tears. I am asking about this as I feel it can intensify greatly as it continues to burn away at any blockages, it feels as if a huge amount of energy is wanting to go thru me and feels like it can fry the system if it were to increase, and it seems like it will increase.

Some people appear to have had negative life altering experiences with Kundalini, I have had certain experiences in the past but always positive and revealing.. this is much more intense than anything I have experienced before and is intensifying by the day. 

Is there any danger and should I or others going thru something similar take any precautions?

Thank you

All the best
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« Reply #1 on: Nov 22, 2014, 08:45 AM »

Hi Skywalker,

I can answer your question directly because each Soul and the physical system it chooses to be born into in each life is unique to that Soul. Because of this, as you know, it would be wrong for anyone to answer the specific question you have about yourself regards living with the manifestation of kundalini unless that person had much more direct and personal knowledge of you.

I can recommend, in case you have not heard of, reading the preeminent Soul who has written about Kundalini in every possible way, including his book "Living With Kundalini". His name is Gopi Krishna. As you know Kundalini 'normally' manifests in degrees that the nature of any given Soul is capable of integrating it. Rarely does it manifest in a full blown state. Yet that is what happened to Gopi Krishna who, at that point in time, was simply a 'normal' Indian man living a normal life. He almost died because of this. He did survive and his consciousness was then in a state of total awareness/ perception/ knowing of the nature of the Creation. He speaks and teaches from direct experience.

Here is a review of that book:

"At a time when the word 'Kundalini' is bandied about by too many self-appointed gurus and occult groups offering enlightenment in ten easy lessons, Gopi Krishna provides a salutary reminder of what a serious undertaking it is to attempt to raise this awesome power. He states that the Kundalini is the basis of all psychic manifestations in the individual, including mediumship and clairvoyance, a fact which renders this book of great importance to anyone working in a psychic capacity."—Light

"Gopi Krishna was a pioneer in the land of spirituality. What he described as psychic forces in human beings are now being understood as fields of energy and information. I salute this great sage and scientist of the twentieth century and congratulate the publishers for bringing out this volume."—Deepak Chopra, M.D., author of Quantum Healing

"Gopi Krishna was a true psychenaut into the realms of human possibility, an Odysseus of inner space. The publication of his autobiography should be a major event in the documentation of who and what we really are."—Jean Houston, Ph.D., Director Foundation for Mind Research

"Gopi Krishna's description of the changes—psychological, physical, perceptual, and biochemical—which can happen to a person who is in the process of an accelerated spiritual emergence process was the first definitive work written for the Western world about kundalini awakening. This new book should be a great comfort to those trying to comprehend the process."—Emma Bragdon, Ph.D., Editor of the Spiritual Emergence Network Newsletter

"The writing of Gopi Krishna is an indispensable resource for anyone who wishes to begin to understand the role of kundalini in exceptional mental states and in the evolution of consciousness. His own kundalini awakening is itself an extraordinary and inspiring story of human possibility and gives one a sense of the tremendous spiritual birthright each of us carries within our own nervous system."—Kenneth Ring, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, University of Connecticut, and author of Heading toward Omega and The Omega Project

"It was above all Gopi Krishna who, through his fascinating autobiography and other works, made the kundalini phenomenon widely known in the West. More than that, he brought it down from the level of abstract speculation to concrete description based on personal experience. He struggled hard to make this complex and crucial spiritual phenomenon intelligible in his numerous writings and talks, and I regard him as one of the bridge-building pioneers of our time, who hewed new paths for the necessary dialogue between East and West."—Georg Feuerstein, Ph.D., Author of Encyclopedic Dictionary of Yoga

About the Author

Gopi Krishna (1903-1984) was an ordinary Indian householder who experienced the awakening of the spiritual force known as kundalini at the age of thirty-four. He subsequently became the inspired writer of numerous books in which he shared his insights with others. 

God Bless, Rad
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« Reply #2 on: Nov 22, 2014, 04:18 PM »

Hi Rad,

I was mostly asking about general guidelines to keep in mind relative to an intensification of the Kundalini awakening process as I have seen some negative results in which people have a hard time going on with their normal lives.

Interesting that you mention Gopi Krishna as last night while doing some research on the matter I stumbled upon this video of him explaining his process:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=INEPAohn4mE

It seems the best one can do is simply be as pure as possible on all levels and go with whatever happens.

Could we say, in western terminology, for those that have no notion of eastern concepts and are going thru a Kundalini awakening, that this energy is Source energy flowing thru them as they come closer to the Source?

Thank you Rad

All the best

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« Reply #3 on: Nov 23, 2014, 11:55 AM »

Hi Rad,

I was mostly asking about general guidelines to keep in mind relative to an intensification of the Kundalini awakening process as I have seen some negative results in which people have a hard time going on with their normal lives.

Interesting that you mention Gopi Krishna as last night while doing some research on the matter I stumbled upon this video of him explaining his process:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=INEPAohn4mE

It seems the best one can do is simply be as pure as possible on all levels and go with whatever happens.

Could we say, in western terminology, for those that have no notion of eastern concepts and are going thru a Kundalini awakening, that this energy is Source energy flowing thru them as they come closer to the Source?

Thank you Rad

All the best



Hi Skywalker,

Yes ...and remember Kundalini is the natural evolutionary force within the Soul encased in a body ... an actual physiological substance that is created via the spinal plexus, root chakra, that is regulated by DESIRE, the desire to return to that which is the Origin OF All Things.

God Bless, Rad
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