Navigating the Kundalini Awakening


Since the rise of my Kundalini energy in March 2011, I have had time to really understand what it’s like to live with Kundalini. It can be a blessing and a curse.  The blessing is that we experience an awakening, have accelerated emotional and spiritual growth, develop intuitive abilities, and our existing talents are brought to a new level.  The down side of Kundalini rising is that the experience is chaotic and unpredictable, it intensifies any existing emotional and physical problems, we are forced to face our unresolved emotional issues, we suffer from physical pain from blockages in our energy fields from these unresolved emotional wounds, and generally, our lives are thrown in chaos and disarray.

The key is to stabilize this Kundalini energy so we can experience a stable and peaceful life.  I was able to stabilize my Kundalini energy in less than three years through emotional release practice, and observing ego practice.  I refer to these practices as my spiritual ascension work. Please see these links for posts on these practices. Releasing ego through observing ego practice will help you cope with any fears and anxiety associated with your Kundalini rising, and any underlying existing emotional fears and anxiety. Emotional release practice helps with healing your emotional wounds, dissolving blockages in your energy field, and ultimately changing your resonance vibrational energy through changing your emotional landscape.

However, there are many pitfalls involved in the Kundalini awakening experience. One is spiritual bypass, another is being misguided by a teacher or guru,and of course, then there is our unwillingness to do the hard emotional work by facing our emotional wounds and injuries and inability to take responsibilities for our behaviors and actions by facing the truth about ourselves.  My suggestion is to do your ascension work alone without a teacher or guru,  as our higher selves are our best guides and teachers. Please see my post on accessing your higher self.  Use these practices as you see fit, and if they don’t work, read others’ methods and develop your own ascension practice.  May this help you in your Kundalini awakening. (Copyright 2014 Awakening Journey with All Rights Reserved).

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