The Acceleration of Kundalini in the 5D Shift

By Open

Contributing writer for Wake Up World

Activation of kundalini is often described as the release of pent up energy in the root chakra, which then rises through the other chakras, clearing and cleansing, before reuniting with soul consciousness flowing “down” from the source, through the dimensions, inside oneself. To us here at Openhand, free flowing kundlaini is the entirely natural state to live in. This free flowing source energy, creates miracles and magic all around you, feels like interconnected joy of living, and unfolds a path of light under your very feet. We’ve entered a phase in the 5D Shift where kundalini is strongly activating for people…

Forging of the Soul

Humanity has been isolated from free flowing kundalini for too long. Lack of trust, attachment in relationship situations, the need to control and manipulate, has created a limiting matrix of confinement, which has disconnected the majority from this essential elixir of life. And that’s entirely okay — it’s the karma of life itself. There’s always truth at the heart of the distortion. In this case, manifesting a reality of exploration, energetic ties binding it together, but then experiencing how these can be limiting and confining.

It’s all about the forging of soul. The natural Law of Attraction brings bodies together, for mutual growth and education. But life was never meant to be about fixed attachment. How can you experience being “The One” that you are, if you have a fixed relationship to the polarity of separation?

In other words, if you’ve already decided that you need another to make you feel whole and complete, then you’ve already established yourself as separate from the wholeness of The One. Activation of Kundalini brings you back into the universal fold. Sense of loss, or neediness, transforms into the joy of completeness.

Moving beyond intellectual and emotional Enlightenment

I’m blessed to be traveling out around the world meeting and working with people consciously on the spiritual path. It’s a great joy to witness the incredible breakthroughs as people come home to the revelation of The One, inside of themselves. Right now, there’s an acceleration of consciousness in the 5D Shift — life is unraveling itself from the karmic distortion of humanity’s limiting past, and unleashing the vibrant possibility of the New 5D Paradigm. People are living and breathing this phenomenal new existence, right here, right now!

Importantly, it’s not just about experiencing the peace of interconnectivity, for this is often only an intellectual/emotional level of Enlightenment. You cannot aim for, and touch, the infinite peace of presence. Because in the moment “you” are aiming, you’ve already established the condition of separation from The One.

It must be about aligning with the flow of soul — the natural movement of kundalini. Because when you catch this wave inside of you, which is the sense of ‘rightness’ of the soul, then without even efforting, struggling or trying, the wave itself delivers you on the shores of The One inside. That’s why it becomes essential to activate Kundalini.

Relating our Inner Experience to our Outer Lives

Activation of Kundalini is no easy ride! There is an essential pitfall to avoid. That is: trying to force the rising of consciousness before the lower chakras have been properly cleansed. This can lead to a disconnected, partially out-of-body, dreamlike state, which can take some considerable time to reintegrate. I witness a lot of spiritual teachers falling into this trap.

It’s essential to recognise that to properly open, cleanse and attune a chakra, we must simultaneously work on how that centre of consciousness interrelates with our outside lives. We must allow the light of infusing kundalini consciousness to flow into the chakras progressively, witness the reflections on the outer, then work to align any distorted behaviourisms that are so revealed.

In relationships for example, as the energy naturally flows into the sacral chakra, we must work on releasing attachment of how we might need, or expect, someone else to be. Progressively, attachment to a fixed interrelational dynamic, transforms to the sensuality of allowance. We can empathically feel the connection to another, yet at the same time, don’t require them to be a particular way to make us feel whole and complete. You feel through the emotional connection, but with awareness and focus, constantly bring the kundalini energy back inside yourself. In this similar way, we can work up through all the chakras, channeling soul consciousness into them through aligned spiritual practice, and then working to dissipate the distorting shadows upon the clear blue skies of our outer experience.

Catching the Kundalini Wave!

Right now, we are on the cusp of phenomenal change. The consciousness of the old reality is steadily being unwound, and the bottled up energy contained within it, is being progressively released.

It offers an enormous potential to all evolving souls: to embrace the vitality of change; to infuse soul consciousness through your body and out into the world; to create a life, totally interconnected with the majesty of the divine.

That possibility is open to every single one of us. It requires commitment, courage and trust. And as we summon these emboldening traits within us, we unleash the incredible potential of free flowing kundalini.

The time is now. An incredible shift into the new 5D paradigm is happening all around us. Let’s work deep within, and catch that kundalini wave!

In loving support,

Open
(on behalf of Openhand)

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https://wakeup-world.com/2017/11/06/the-acceleration-of-kundalini-in-the-5d-shift/

SPIRITUAL UNITE: “The Kundalini Awakening And Twin Flames Energy”

 

Everyone has a twin flame and everyone has a chakra system; our chakra is our energy centers and the energy which runs through them is called the kundalini.  So what is the kundalini awakening and twin flames energy?

Whenever twin flames connect for the first time and spend time together, they feel the sensational bolts of energy run through them.  They feel the energy centers heat up.  This is one of the true twin flame connections.  When twin flames meet their chakras can activate, it feels like awakening.  What if my chakras didn’t activate?  Some say if your chakras don’t activate then you have not met your twin flame, which is untrue.

There are many reasons why your kundalini energy won’t flow through.  First, being not everyone has balanced chakras, in fact everyone has some of their chakras underactive or overactive even worse blocked, for kundalini to flow we need balanced chakras, however your chakras will still activate.

It is important for twin flames to heal together and go through the purification process, we know in our soul when we meet our twin flame, the soul recognition is more important than bodily energies.

Kundalini Awakening And Twin Flames Energy

This chakra activation is one of the symptoms of twin flame soul recognition.  We know that twin flames share the same soul signature and blueprint.  They are the two important patterns that help twin flames recognize each other.  The chakra and kundalini activation is just one of the steps to a twin flame connection.

When twin flames meet the chakra centers pull them closer to each other, this pull is even felt when you are thinking of your partner, it won’t matter how far away they are.  Now you have probably read stories of people meeting their twin flame and this magnetic pull is very apparent.

It’s very important to have the kundalini running through the energy centers.  This energy has the power to purify and clear congestions that may take place in our chakras.  Everyone has chakras that are either blocked or unbalanced; however the kundalini energy may still flow through your chakras.

When your chakras are clear of congestions kundalini can flow freely.  So it’s very important when the activation or awakening starts, as unwanted feelings and behaviors may emerge.  Unwanted feelings like remembering pain again of the past, until you have dealt with them and healed up from the pain, you can’t be near or with your twin flame.

We now know that kundalini awakening and twin flames activation is one of the recognition process and there are many others you may recognize.  Each of us have different experience meeting our twin flame, what’s true for one may not be for someone else.  We now leave you in Love and Joy.  Namaste.

~via SpiritualUnite.com

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SPIRITUAL UNITE: “The Kundalini Awakening And Twin Flames Energy”

 

 

SPIRITUAL EMERGENCE

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 art by Wolfepaw

 

by Paul Levy

In 1981 I was sitting in meditation when, just for an instant, a bolt of lightning flashed through my mind. I began acting so unlike my normal self that a friend brought me to a hospital, afraid I was going crazy. Though I was let out of that hospital after three days, the experiences that began to unfold were so overwhelming that I was hospitalized a number of other times during that first year. I was diagnosed as having had a severe psychotic break and was told that I had a chemical imbalance and had manic-depressive illness. I was put on lithium, and at times, haldol (an anti-psychotic). I was told I would have to live with my illness for the rest of my life.

I was one of the lucky ones, as I was able to extricate myself from the medical and psychiatric establishment. Little did the doctors realize that I was taking part in some sort of spiritual awakening/shamanic initiation process, which at times mimicked psychosis but in actuality was an experience of a far different order. In 1993, after many years of struggling to contain and integrate my experiences, I started to teach about what I was realizing. I am now in private practice, assisting others who were spiritually emerging and beginning to wake up to the dreamlike nature of reality. In a dream come true, psychiatrists consult with me and send me patients.

In ancient wisdom cultures it was understood that there were certain individuals whose craziness was the sign of a passage into a higher consciousness. They realized that the person needed to be both honored and supported in their process. They knew that the person who passes through this process successfully and becomes an accomplished shaman, healer, or teacher, returns bearing incredible gifts and blessings of wisdom and healing for everyone. To quote the noted author Ken Wilber “Though the temporary unbalance precipitated by such a crisis may resemble a nervous breakdown, it cannot be dismissed as such. For it is not a pathological phenomena but a normal event for the gifted mind in these societies, when struck by and absorbing the force of the realization of ‘something far more deeply infused’ inhabiting both the round earth and one’s own interior.”

I had been doing Buddhist meditation for over a year when that lightning bolt went off inside of my brain. Within a day or two I felt like Alice who had fallen through the looking glass, finding myself “drafted” and playing a role in a deeper, mythic process, what Jung would call a “divine drama,” where everything was permeated with a deep symbolic meaning.

I felt totally unselfconscious and amazingly free. I felt the creative energy of the universe flowing through me; I was dancing on the living forefront of the Big Bang itself, where every moment was creative, magical and totally new. My kundalini was exploding; it was like a billion watts of electricity were flowing through a seventy five watt bulb.

It was like my mind had spilled out from inside of my skull and was manifesting and expressing itself synchronistically through events in the seemingly outer environment. What was happening in the seemingly outer world was magically related to what was going on inside of me. The boundary between dreaming and waking, between inner and outer, and between my self in here and your self out there, was dissolving. It was as if I had become lucid and was waking up inside of a dream.

I knew without a doubt that I was going through a deep spiritual experience, no one could possibly convince me otherwise; this was the key that saved my sanity. I felt that the more people I thought about, the more people I was able to “bring along” with me, so I began imagining the whole universe. The experience was so overwhelming that I had no choice but to surrender and let go. I wasn’t attached in my usual way to what the outcome was going to be. I was simply trusting the experience, which was clearly not only the right thing to do, but was the only thing I could do.

A spiritual awakening is almost always precipitated by a severe emotional or spiritual crisis; it oftentimes organically grows out of unresolved abuse issues from childhood- this was certainly true in my case. In a fully-flowered spiritual emergence, you magically discover how to transmute these symptoms and wounds into the blessings that they are.

To people still absorbed in the collective, mainstream trance and having membership in the consensus reality, my behavior looked totally bizarre and was very threatening. It was, I’m sure, a very difficult and problematic situation for those closest to me, as they weren’t able to understand what I was going through, as it was so far off their map of reality. Painfully, most of my friends and family were very judgemental and bought into the doctors diagnosis that I had a mental illness, as this was their way of “explaining” what was happening to me that fit into their very limited, comfortable view of the world. In the words of the late psychiatrist R. D. Laing, “Attempts to wake before our time are often punished, especially by those who love us most. Because they, bless them, are asleep. They think anyone who wakes up, or who, still asleep, realizes that what is taken to be real is a ‘dream’ is going crazy.”

The experiences and realizations were so mind-blowing, literally, that at certain points I was having trouble “keeping it together,” as my whole personality structure was melting and disintegrating, all orchestrated towards some mysterious, unknown destination where everything was clearly being integrated into a higher and more psychoactive center. Oftentimes my actions looked from the outside like typical psychotic behavior.

For example, one time I threw out all of my fathers many medications, as I felt that he really didn’t need them, as he could just tap right into the source of healing itself. At other times, I wanted to break my eyeglasses, as I felt that I didn’t need them to see, and felt they were doing more harm to my eyes than good.

One time, after I was acting so crazy that my father flew me back home to New York, he woke up from his nights sleep only to find me doing prostrations to him. Later on that morning I went out to the middle of the busy intersection near my parents apartment and was bowing to the oncoming cars, as I was recognizing that everything was the Divine.

From my point of view, I was realizing, or should I say, it was being revealed to me, that every moment was the unmediated expression of God, what I call the Goddessence. I remember turning on the radio and every voice I heard on the radio was the voice of this Goddessence. Every person I was seeing was the Goddessence him or herSelf. It seemed curious and even confusing to me that everybody seemed to buy into and be so caught up in such limited, contracted identity states, as if they were pretending and really seemed to believe that they weren’t Divine.

When you are spiritually emerging you are literally going through an archetypal death-rebirth experience, which is about nothing other than the death and transcendence of the separate self. I was having a radical shift of identity, where I was beginning to realize my unity with the whole of creation. I remember feeling that anything that had ever been invented, discovered, or created (including the whole cosmos), the “I” who I had now discovered myself to be, had done. This realization is not understandable and makes no sense as long as one is under the spell of the intellect, but was appearing to me with the force of a revelation. What I was seeing seemed totally obvious, as if I was genuinely seeing the truth for the first time. In fact I was beginning to realize who I, as well as everyone, genuinely was, which was simultaneously nothing (not a thing that can be seen as an object) and at the same time, everything.

During these experiences I got to meet and intimately connect with some of the greatest enlightened masters of both Tibet and Burma, who, like I was in a Fairy Tale, became my teachers and guides. True miracles, experiences that were completely impossible, stuff that could only happen in dreams, began happening. Any limited conceptualizations I had about the nature of the universe were being totally shattered.

Due to the ecstacy and exhiliration of the experience, there is a real temptation, like the mythic Icarus, to fly too high, which is only to set yourself up for a corresponding fall. During these experiences it is of the utmost importance to be as grounded as possible. The great psychiatrist C. G. Jung understood the importance of this during his “Confrontation with the Unconscious.” He used to keep pictures of his family around, so he could remember that he was, in his words, “an actually existing, ordinary person.”

Jung understood very well that one of the greatest dangers that you encounter during this experience is to become inflated, thinking that you are someone special. You become identified with the archetype instead of relating to it from the standpoint of a conscious human ego. You’ve literally gotten swallowed up and possessed by the deeper, more powerful transpersonal forces, falling totally into your unconscious. You can become truly insane, thinking, for example, that only you are Christ or Buddha, instead of recognizing that we’re all Christ or Buddha. This is the difference between someone who is truly mentally ill, who could be said to be drowning in the stormy ocean of the unconscious, compared to an accomplished mystic, who is being nurtured and nourished by swimming, surfing and snorkling in the healing waters of their psyche.

Jung understood that the thing which swings the balance one way or the other is the human egos capacity to confront and relate in a conscious way to these transpersonal forces. This is why creative work, in which you channel and transmute these deeper, very powerful, archetypal energies, is of the utmost importance.

At a certain point, the entire ordeal reveals itself to be an initiation for actualizing and giving expression to your true genius, or daimon, which is none other than your inner voice, guiding spirit and unfabricated true nature, which has never been lost. Like in a déjà vu, you remember, or discover your unique calling, your true vocation as a Bodhisattva who is here to help other beings. You become a master creative multi-dimensional artist whose canvas is life itself.

Of course, another great danger, which I can talk about from personal experience, is to wind up in the clutches of and be diagnosed and medicated by the medical, psychiatric community, who typically have no understanding of phenomena such as spiritual emergences. One psychiatrist even diagnosed me as having the same illness as Freuds infamous “Rat Man,” saying I would need three years of intensive psychotherapy and then I would be cured! To again quote Laing, “Anyone in this transitional state is likely to be confused. To indicate that this confusion is a sign of illness, is a quick way to create psychosis….A psychiatrist who professes to be a healer of souls, but who keeps people asleep, treats them for waking up and drugs them asleep again….helps to drive them crazy.”

My final hospitalization was in September of l982, when I was flown back to New York and put in a hospital for three weeks. Instead of seeing them as a mistake that was made, I’ve been able to see the perfection of all that has happened. I now understand that the hospitalizations were in fact an aspect of the awakening; they were part of my journey to the underworld. There is a sense of accepting and embracing whatever has happened in my life, realizing it is all an initiation into the deeper mystery of my infinite and unspeakably magical being.

This is not to say that there is not something called mental illness. I do wonder, though, how many cases of mental illness are actually spiritual emergences gone sour. We, as a society, need to recognize the existence of genuine spiritual emergences and learn to differentiate them from cases of psychosis. Thankfully, there is now even a small paragraph in the psychiatrists DSM IV Book (their diagnostic manual) titled “Spiritual or Religious Problem.” Might it be that we’re all at different stages of the spiritual emergence process?

 

A pioneer in the field of spiritual emergence, Paul Levy is a healer in private practice, assisting others who are also awakening to the dreamlike nature of reality. Paul is also a visionary artist and a spiritually-informed political activist. He is the author of The Madness of George Bush: A Reflection of Our Collective Psychosis,which is available on his website www.awakeninthedream.com. (See the first chapter, The Madness of George W. Bush: A Reflection of our Collective Psychosis). Please feel free to pass this article along to a friend if you feel so inspired. You can contact Paul at paul@awakeninthedream.com; he looks forward to your reflections. © Copyright 2010

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http://www.awakeninthedream.com/wordpress/spiritual-emergence/

++  Spiritual Emergencies: Understanding and Treatment of Psychospiritual Crises by Stanislav Grof

++ What a Shaman Sees in a Mental Hospital

Kundalini – The Energy of Consciousness

Kundalini

 

Wes Annac, Contributor
Waking Times

Here, I’d like to take a look at kundalini, which is essentially an evolutionary/energetic ‘boost’ we can gain with focused, meditative effort. 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.

With focus and intention, we can actually uncoil it and bring it up through each chakra until it reaches and affects the crown. 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.

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.

Themystica.com tells us that kundalini is a ‘psycho-spiritual’ energy.

Kundalini is a psycho-spiritual energy, the energy of the consciousness, which is thought to reside within the sleeping body, and is aroused either through spiritual discipline or spontaneously to bring new states of consciousness, including mystical illumination.

Kundalini is Sanskrit for ‘snake’ or ‘serpent power,’ so-called because it is believed to lie like a serpent in the root chakra at the base of the spine. In Tantra Yoga kundalini is an aspect of Shakti, the divine female energy and consort of Shiva.” (1)

The power of kundalini, we’re told, is huge.

“The power of kundalini is said to be enormous. Those having experienced it claim it to be indescribable. The phenomena associated with it varies from bizarre physical sensations and movements, pain, clairaudience, visions, brilliant lights, superlucidity, psychical powers, ecstasy, bliss, and transcendence of self. Kundalini has been described as liquid fire and liquid light.” (2)

Indian Yoga is primarily responsible for our knowledge of kundalini, but people like Carl Jung brought it to our modern society’s attention.

“Indian yoga, with its emphasis on the transmutation of energy to higher consciousness, was the chief contributor to the cultivation of kundalini and the preservation of its knowledge prior to present times. Kundalini was a rarity in the West before the 1970s until more attention became centered upon the consciousness.

“In 1932, for example, psychiatrist Carl G. Jung and others observed that the kundalini experience was seldom seen in the West.” (3)

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.

The Mystica confirms that kundalini has been well-known for thousands of years.

“However, an examination of mystical literature and traditions showed that kundalini, called by various names, seems to have been a universal phenomenon in esoteric teachings for perhaps three thousand years.

“Kundalini-type descriptions or experiences are found in esoteric teachings of the Egyptians, Tibetans, Chinese, some Native Americans, … Kundalini has been interpreted from the Bible as ‘the solar principle in man,’ and is referenced in the Koran, the works of Plato and other Greek philosophers, alchemical tracts (the philosopher’s stone), and in Hermetic, Kabbalistic, Rosicrucian, and Masonic writings.” (4)

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. 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.

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.

The Mystica also describes the process of kundalini awakening.

“Not all kundalini experiences are identical to those classical awakenings experienced in yoga, but may vary in intensity and duration.

“Typically the yogi meditates to arouse the kundalini and then to raise it through his or her body. (It should be remembered though, not all types of yoga are devoted to the arousal of kundalini.) First, the yogi feels the sensation on heat at the base of the spine, which may be intensely hot or pleasantly warm.

“The energy then travels up a psychic pathway parallel to the spinal column. The sushumna is the central axis, crisscrossed in a helix by the ida and pingala. As it rises the kundalini activates the chakras in succession.” (5)

This would obviously take a lot of time and devotion. 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.

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.

We’re then told about some of the initial symptoms of kundalini awakening.

“The body becomes cold and corpse-like as the kundalini leaves the lower portions and begins to rise. 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 length of the kundalini may be fleeting or last several minutes. The objective is to raise the kundalini to the crown chakra, where it unites with the Shiva, or the male polarity, and brings illumination.” (6)

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. 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.

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 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.

As we’re told, however, it isn’t all sunshine at first.

“[After raising the kundalini to the crown] the yogi then attempts to lower the energy to another chakra, but not below the heart chakra because descent to lower chakras is thought to produce ego inflation, rampant sexual desire, and a host of other ills. By repeatedly raising the kundalini to the crown, the yogi can succeed in having the energy permanently stay there.

“It is said that kundalini opens new pathways in the nervous system; the pain associated with this apparently is due to the nervous system’s inability to immediately [cope] with the energy. Yogis assert that the body must be properly attuned for Kundalini through yoga, and that a premature or explosive awakening can cause insanity or death.” (7)

We’d want to awaken our kundalini very gradually, and we wouldn’t want to experience the ‘explosive awakening’ mentioned here. We don’t want to do anything too rapidly, and our kundalini practice should be as gradual as our ongoing ascension.

We wouldn’t be able to handle being suddenly transported to the fifth dimension, because things would be too different and unfathomable. 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.

Similarly, we don’t want to activate our kundalini too quickly because we might not be ready for the perceptual boost that results. We’ll want to take our activation slowly, but our ascension isn’t about reaching the end anyway – it’s about enjoying the journey.

It’s about enjoying every meditation; every creative work; every attempted kundalini activation.

We aren’t necessarily here to complete the goal, even though we eventually will. 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.

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. 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.

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. We’re here to relearn things we once knew before we descended onto earth, and we have plenty of sources to choose from.

About the Author

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. Its purpose is to awaken and uplift by providing material that’s spiritually inspired and/or related to the fall of the planetary elite and our entrance into a positive future.

Footnotes:

  1. The Mystica: “Kundalini” at: http://www.themystica.com/mystica/articles/k/kundalini.html
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www.wakingtimes.com/2014/11/21/kundalini-energy-of-consciousness