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Posted - Oct 20 2022 :  11:51:50 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Message
Hi everyone! I have a hard time defining what this surge of energy feels like. What (I think) it is, for me, it's almost like a shiver if I try and pull the energy from the muladhara. It comes in pulses. It's a mix between slight muscle contraction, with sexual arousal, butterflies in the stomatch, and then it feels shiver going up the spine. It's like I'm trying to force a shiver. That's what I try to do when I'm doing the spinal breathing. Is that "it"or I am tripping?


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Posted - Oct 22 2022 :  2:04:57 PM  Show Profile  Visit Blanche's Homepage  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Reply
Hi Jotaigui,

Feeling the energy surging is a mark of Kundalini movement. Other signs of Kundalini process are:

- A deep yearning for something unknown.
- A heightened inner awareness or sensitivity.
- Special intuitive ability, insights, sensitivities.
- Beneficial talents (intelligence, empathy, creativity, organizational skills).
- Extrasensorial, healing, psychic abilities.
- Mystical states.
- Energy surging, tingling, glowing, piercing, vibrating within.
- Spontaneous body movements.

During spinal breathing, just simply do the practice. Do not try to focus on the inner energy or anything else. If you notice them, just let them be, and return your attention to the practice. Simply staying with the practice without getting distracted is not easy, but this is the correct practice.

The guru is in you.
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