Put this in your pipe and smoke it, there is no Syndrome, only a word. We are all on the Path whether known or not. Most people run away from me if I
talk of such thing's but if you have not been there, you have not a clue, not to brag if could even call it that, but my mind is so far out, it is
hard for me to be here at times.
I went to far one time and found myself in what I call "The Center of the Cyclone", once there I thought I could never come back to Earth, but there
were others there, beyond myself, They put me in a "Transparent Elevator" and somehow returned me to Earth, without their help, I would of not been
able to return. The thing is it does not seem to matter to me if I am here or not. This Syndrome word, is bull crap it's about "Evolution of
Consciousness", at some point you must become aware as a Realized Being, it's not me, me, me, I would get more out of giving you the last cookie, as
it would taste much better than if I had of eaten it.
I have died several times only to be given more time here, I remember one time, the road I was driving on turned into what I was thinking of, from
there i could feel my awareness shooting out past the Earth at a very high rate of speed, this is when the Creator grabbed me up and showed me, my
One time right at the point, I was about to die or be destroyed of much of any normal life, a Higher Being than I, had mercy on me, took hold of my
Physical being and moved me from harms way, to this day I can only say by the Grace of the Creator, I was not made to suffer, this terrible death or
being destroyed at the age of 18 for the rest of my time here.
To infer in anyway that to try and be a better more aware caring person, is something to avoid, is talk of a fool. I died when I was about 8, but some
thing grabbed me back up, just as I died and I was alive again, I have seen the Universe come to a complete stop, only to start back up again. I know
the power to stop the Universe would be very great, I don't know why I was allowed to see this happen, but I am Humble before the Creator, as the
Creator holds the answers to all things, not some but all Things.
I could say much more, but what I am inferring is that it is time to get your life in order, There is much work that needs to be done on Earth, as the
Earth needs to be healed.
I to am being held in the " Veil of Ignorance ", but I to, wondered is the magic, real or fake, I dared to look behind the curtain, the magic is
The Pure Truth of the Creator is present on Earth.
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"The Kundalini syndrome is a set of sensory, motor, mental and affective experiences described in the literature of transpersonal psychology,
near-death studies and other sources covering transpersonal, spiritual or medical topics. The phenomenon is sometimes called the
"Kundalini-syndrome", the "Physio-Kundalini syndrome", or simply referred to as a "syndrome". Other researchers, while not
using the term "syndrome",Note a have also begun to address this phenomenon as a clinical category, or as a recognizable
The concept of Kundalini comes from Hinduism and is traditionally used to describe a progression of psycho-spiritual potentials, associated with the
understanding of the body as a vehicle for spiritual energies. Kundalini syndrome is a term employed by Western researchers, and commentators, to
refer to the condition which occurs when experiences traditionally associated with kundalini awakening arise, often unsought, which overwhelm or cause
distress to the experiencer. Commentators  do, however, note that the physio-kundalini syndrome is connected with the kundalini awakening of
Hinduism "only by theory and circumstantial evidence", arguing that a true measure of this phenomenology, interpreted as a state of higher
consciousness, is beyond the ability of psychology, and/or psychiatry, to measure.
Kundalini syndrome has been reported predominantly by people who have had a near-death experience, or by practitioners of Asian spiritual
practices. Other factors that may trigger this symptomatology includes a variety of intense personal crises or experiences.
According to writers in the field of transpersonal psychology the process is not always sudden and dramatic, it can also start slowly and increase
gradually in activity over time. If the accompanying symptoms unfold in an intense manner that destabilizes the person, the process is usually
interpreted as a spiritual emergency.
2.1 The Kundalini Scale
2.2 The Physio-Kundalini Syndrome Index
2.3 Other Contributions
3 Academic and clinical discussion
4 Bentov's "Physio-kundalini syndrome"
5 Spiritual Emergence and Spiritual Emergency
5.1 Transpersonal Psychology
6 Psycho-spiritual Evolution
7 Research and Case-studies
8 Gopi Krishna
9 DSM-IV: Related categories
13 Further reading
14 External links
Commentators seem to use different terms when describing the symptomatology. These terms are similar to, but not quite synonymous with, the term
"Kundalini syndrome". However, they all seem to describe, more or less, the same phenomenon, or the same main features of the symptomatology.
The terms "Kundalini Syndrome" or "Physio-Kundalini Syndrome", or the references to a "syndrome", are mostly used by writers in the field of
Near-Death Studies, but also by writers in the fields of Transpersonal Psychology, Psychology, and Mental Health/Psychiatry.
The terminology of "syndrome" seems to have a closer relationship to the language of medicine and statistics, than the other terminologies. The
terminology of "syndrome" is also the main basis for two measuring instruments developed by Near-death researchers: The Kundalini Scale  and the
Physio-Kundalini Syndrome Index.
Other terms, such as "Kundalini awakening", is a term used by Transpersonal Psychology, but also by writers representing both the
fields of Transpersonal Psychology and Near-Death Studies. This term seems to have a closer relationship to the language of hinduism, and the
yogic tradition, than the terminology of "syndrome". Greyson is one of the authors that uses both the terminology of "syndrome", and the
terminology of "awakening".
Scotton  uses a term called "difficult kundalini experiences", when discussing clinical aspects of the phenomenon. Overall, he seems to prefer the
term "Kundalini experience", but he also uses the terminology of "awakening". Other commentators who use the term "Kundalini experience" includes
Thalbourne. In his 1993-article Greyson reviews many of the discussions of Kundalini-symptomatology. In this review he cites, and uses, many of
the similar terms associated with kundalini symptomatology, such as: "kundalini activation", "kundalini awakening", "kundalini phenomena", "kundalini
activity" and "kundalini arousal". Sanches & Daniels, although preferring the term "kundalini awakening", also use the term "kundalini
arousal" in their discussion of the phenomenon. Grabovac & Ganesan  use the term "Kundalini episodes" in their article on "Spirituality and
Religion in Canadian Psychiatric Residency Training". " Quote
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