So I've been reading up on this Kundalini stuff. I beleive I may have started my Kundalini activation. I do not really meditate much. I know I should. It is difficult for me to try and silence my over active mind. I also try to visualize stuff but with little success. My wife does Yoga, but I do not. Although after reading up a bit on the Kundalini, I think I will give both meditation and yoga another shot.
But I read that to activate this Kundalini people practice meditation and yoga for sometimes many years. So why would this activation start on me? Well I had an experience with a loved one close to me. It rocked me to my core. I was devistated, but I took a different way of how to look at it. This was my way to heal. My way to understand. And I would like to think it was the correct way. The higher, enlightened way. The only way I knew of understanding and still holding onto that unconditional love. To truley love all, you must really learn to love yourself and the ones closest to you.
As I told my mind and ego to sit this one out, I began my inner healing. This though, hit a snag. Right in my sacral chakra. And it sat there for a few weeks/months. I had a few physical ailments because of this. I beleive the sacral snag was because I was still healing and not truelly understanding. But why was it taking me so long to heal and get past it? Because my mind/ego wasn't wanting to allow me to. And I followed that ego. I followed it down into the pit of my existence. Right between my root and sacral. And we just sat there, on our own self victimized pitty. I finally got tired of that pitty. I began understanding in a different perspective. I let go of the old way of thinking.
Now, while snaged up on the sacral I kept asking myself/higher self/guides what is going on? Please help me to understand this physical pain I am feeling. I remember about a year ago seeing the word Kundalini somewhere on some post. And that was the word that kept popping into my head. In the last couple of days I have read up on it. I truelly believe that the beginning of this process is what I am going through. Even after reading up on it for the last couple of days I am just as confused now as I was before. But I feel differently inside. I feel differently about everything. And I mean everything. I have a sense of peace/calm/love/understanding that I never have had before. I love my life for what it is and for everything I have been through because you go through those past events for a reason.
I hesitate on bringing this up. First off, because I'm not for sure on this being what I'm going thru. From what I have read, some people will spend their whole life meditating, doing yoga, eating healthy, practicing abstenance, exercising, etc in efforts to activate their Kundalini. I guess I don't want to think my ego is tricking me. But I knew nothing of Kundalini until a couple of days ago. I was not trying to activate it. And I think that may be the trick. The Kundalini activates when you are ready. You can spend your whole life trying to activate it, but our higher self knows when you are ready. Keep in mind this is more than this lifetime journey. Perhaps I spent multiple lifetimes trying to activate it.
I am a little surprised that I do not see more people talking about the Kundalini activation. Do you beleive it is part of the ascension process? I would love ya'lls feedback on Kundalini. Any personal experiences? Is it something that you believe is not needed? I will say this. On some readings it talks about the snake coiled around 3 1/2 times. Not sure if that means anything in general. But it was a major key to what I had went through. It took 3 1/2 times of this experience to activate. I believe I am still starting the Kundalini process. I believe I may have finally cleared that sacral block. Although I may still be a little snaged on it. From what I read and what I feel inside, do not fight this one. This is very powerful and potent and there is no point in resisting. Keep you love for yourself and others in your heart. Live your life helping others the best way you can and always think of the whole and not just you. I still can't describe the inner calm I feel. I am just happy I do and love all for it.