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Put simply, kundalini is our connection between sex and spiritual transformation. There are a thousand ways to describe this, but in the end it boils down to the expansion of our sexual function into the spiritual arena, i.e., upward through our nervous system. Some say it is a "transformation" of sexual function, but that implies we are leaving our current sex life behind. "Expansion" of sexual function is a better description. As we consciously encourage the spiritual dimension of sex, maybe we will leave worldly sex behind, and maybe we won't. It is not for anyone to decide but us. It is our choice. Leaving sex behind is not a prerequisite for entering into advanced spiritual experience, not in these lessons, and not in life.
Originally posted by Ear-Responsible
Jeez dude did you post enough videos?
Originally posted by metalholic
reply to post by prevenge
That's funny cause I've never experienced nothing like that nor has anyone in the thread who have experienced it either.
If that was the case. A huge red flag would be on meditation and any type of practice that is considered connecting to consciousness.
Not saying their's not as you do need to know what your doing and all that. But if what you say is the case then alot of people wouldn't want to do it or try it.
As they would not want to feel "parasites" crawling all over them.
The following are common manifestations of the risen Kundalini:
* Muscle twitches, cramps or spasms.
* Energy rushes or immense electricity circulating the body
* Itching, vibrating, prickling, tingling, stinging or crawling sensations
I’ve described the rewiring process (of both our body and brain halves) as physically feeling like an internal electrical current running, an internal vibration, a buzzing, moving sensation.
Originally posted by LordBaskettIV
If the pineal gland is so important, why do all advanced meditation practices warn against it's effects as being transient/effemeral and not to be paid any attention. During still meditation, the body will naturally shut down, and of course '___' releases into the blood stream. This effect is known within almost any advanced teaching, and is considered to be "chasing ghosts that are not there". Your body does this every night, but most people just sleep through it and call them dreams. You must endure through them to find more, and there is more.
Have you participated in a retreat before? Do any moving meditations?edit on 3/2/2011 by LordBaskettIV because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by ThirdEyeofHorus
reply to post by prevenge
Prevenge, all due respect, I've never heard of a Hindu yogi or Brahmin killing himself over rising kundalini. You make it sound as if it's some kind of unnatural disease. I've read about Morgellan's and some people believe it comes from some kind of nanotechnology in crops.
Yes, raising the kundalini does energize the body, but perhaps the Hindus just have a better understanding of this through their culture. Western culture tends to be so materialistic. I do appreciate the discussion though, and all your links.
ie: /// "Morgellons" ...morgellons is an interpretation of a phenomenon... a characteristic description... perceived in a negative light.
It's all good we're discussing this but there are people out there suffering.. killing themselves over this .. specific non-spiritual interpretation of their body's spiritual activation...