11.01.2014

Kundalini zazen

Meditation and emotional release prepares for Kundalini AwakeningDuring meditation the individual gets increased conscious access to lower levels of consciousness – he is confronted with his subconscious or unconscious mind.
The increasing access to the unconscious may be facilitated by both meditation and feeling releasing therapy, which tend to elicit the same kind of brain wave changes (slower frequency, higher amplitude).
Deeksha facilitates Kundalini awakeningOur research has shown that direct transmission of energy (Deeksha) from an awakened person can stimulate Kundalini awakening in another person very effectively. The Kundalini energy reaches the brain’s prefrontal areas approximately 12 seconds after the command was given and builds up to a maximum in both hemispheres after 37 seconds. During the retreat we open, activate and harmonize the Kundalini flow in the body through specific Tantric methods, through letting go and through centering in trust in order to reach an inner state of bliss. With focus and intention, we can actually uncoil it and bring it up through each chakra until it reaches and affects the crown.
There are a lot of benefits to awakening it and a lot of setbacks if we aren’t prepared for what could result, and one should always be prepared for the unhindered spiritual perception that results from awakened kundalini.
Indian Yoga is primarily responsible for our knowledge of kundalini, but people like Carl Jung brought it to our modern society’s attention. I’d imagine people started really becoming aware of kundalini around the 60s and 70s when the consciousness expansion movement was flourishing (it still is in a lot of ways), but people have known about it for centuries. We have a lot to learn in regards to the development of our spirituality and our perception of the realms that lay beyond the physical, and we’ll have a much better grasp on the innate spiritual nature of our existence when we learn the full and undistorted truth. We’re coming together and providing this grasp for each other, but humanity as a whole needs to learn the truth before we can all awaken our kundalini and enjoy the enlightenment that results.
As we can see, people have known about kundalini for a long time, and many of them strived to preserve the knowledge of it for future generations. People will obviously have to keep an open mind to believe in this etheric, enlightenment delivering energy, and needless to say, the rest of humanity needs to become aware of spirit and the wonders that exist beyond our conscious perception before any sort of kundalini awakening can take place – especially on a collective level.
Something tells me that the more seekers who activate their kundalini now, the easier it’ll be for the rest of humanity when the time comes, and I wonder if any of the momentous energetic events we’ll witness as a part of our ascension will assist us in awakening the kundalini.
Perhaps we have to be the ones to open it instead of waiting for any particular ‘event’, but it’d be interesting if the events we’re waiting to witness did provide some type of awakening or activation within.
Raising the kundalini to the crown chakra will provide the enlightenment every seeker strives for, and I’m sure it benefits every chakra it reaches before it hits the crown.
Our ability to feel the bliss that comprises the higher realms will grow with each attempt we make to activate our kundalini, and as with anything, practice makes perfect. We’d want to awaken our kundalini very gradually, and we wouldn’t want to experience the ‘explosive awakening’ mentioned here.


We wouldn’t be able to handle being suddenly transported to the fifth dimension, because things would be too different and unfathomable.
Similarly, we don’t want to activate our kundalini too quickly because we might not be ready for the perceptual boost that results. Our perception of our oneness will sharpen when we’re on a higher vibration, and those of us who hunger for spirit each day would benefit from practicing a kundalini-focused meditation. There’s plenty more to learn about this interesting energetic phenomenon, and you’re encouraged to follow the link in the footnotes (or do an internet search about this topic) and do more research. With the willingness to learn everything we’ve forgotten, we’ll illuminate the big picture and raise our vibration in the process.
Wes Annac is the author of The Culture of Awareness.  The Culture of Awareness features daily spiritual and alternative news, as well as articles I’ve written and more.
Why not post articles written by someone who has experienced kundalini rise spectacularly rather than book knowledge ones? Christina Sarich – We the people are collateral for debt held by the Federal government. Christina Sarich – In a lost kingdom high in the Himalayan mountains, live a people with incredible secrets for longevity. Vic Bishop – Plastic fishing, started by company Plastic Whale, is an innovative approach to cleaning up the waterways of Amsterdam. This process is associated with a lowering of EEG frequency and an increase of amplitudes (more alpha and theta waves).
Meditation may increase attention, sensitivity and access, while the expression of feelings during psychotherapy can promote the actual release of physical and mental blocks in the body and nervous system making the person more whole. This hypothesis has been supported in our research by both subjective observations and objective EEG measurements. As we’ll learn here, kundalini is referred to as an energetic ‘serpent’ because it’s coiled up in the root chakra, and it can be awakened and used to find a permanently blissful state of consciousness. Those of us who are particularly passionate about meditation can meditate on our kundalini for hours on end, and if we do, we might just manually raise it and feel what full-on enlightenment is like. Kundalini was a rarity in the West before the 1970s until more attention became centered upon the consciousness. It’s great that so many people have worked so hard to preserve the truth about it, and we can carry on their legacy by informing others. This is why I mentioned before that the seekers who are particularly dedicated to meditation can focus their meditative effort on awakening their kundalini, thus paving the way for others to do the same, and I think it’s important that we do.


The yogi is likely to shudder, tremble, or rock violently, feel extreme heat and cold, hear strange but not unpleasant sounds, and see various kinds of lights including an inner light. The heart chakra is probably opened and expanded further to take in a greater amount of logos, for example, and the throat chakra may open up and provide an enhanced ability to express oneself. We can’t do anything significant if we aren’t willing to practice it, and in the end, we’d be very glad we practiced awakening our kundalini.
By repeatedly raising the kundalini to the crown, the yogi can succeed in having the energy permanently stay there.
We don’t want to do anything too rapidly, and our kundalini practice should be as gradual as our ongoing ascension. We’d immediately want to return home to the third, but we might find that the darkness here weighs us down too much for it to be comfortable anymore.
We’ll want to take our activation slowly, but our ascension isn’t about reaching the end anyway – it’s about enjoying the journey.
We’re here to enjoy ourselves and love each other with the understanding that we’re one consciousness, and awakening our kundalini will help us find this understanding in a much realer way.
If we’re as ready to perceive the higher realms as many of us say we are, these meditations will be very enjoyable because we’ll know we’re reaching our sacred destination. We’re here to relearn things we once knew before we descended onto earth, and we have plenty of sources to choose from.
In deep meditation more and more neurons of the brain work in synchrony at a slower and slower pace directed by bodily and subcortical mechanisms, This is an attempt by the brain to confront, contain, and eventually integrate blocked feelings and traumas at deeper levels of consciousness. We found that immediately following Deeksha, the receiver increased her alpha and theta activity in the whole brain. It’s interesting to note that the left frontal area takes the lead since it responds slightly faster than the right and climbs to a higher maximum (mean Gamma 17.5 uV for the left side vs.
These old repressed traumas encountered in the process must be confronted, felt, and consciously integrated. In some subjects the increase of alpha was most significant in the frontal area where it increased from 20% to 100%  (see also Deeksha and the Brain). At the time of maximum energy, the phase synchronization of Gamma waves between the left and right side goes up to a very high level.



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