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Has anyone ever had Kundalini experience?

How does feel like and how long does it take?

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  1. I had a dream of a snake crawling up my spine. It was so realistic my body actually arched, so I wasn’t sure if it was a dream or not.
    I looked it up and it said it’s related to kundalini rising.

  2. Before becoming a Christian I was into eastern philosophy and dabbled with transcendental meditation and Yoga. I studied the Bhagavad-Gita (Hindu scriptures) and other material by Christpher Isherwood and Swami Prabavananda. I was very deep into the spiritual consciousness of the early new-age movement of the sixties and had some experiences while in a meditative trance that terrified me. The most terrifying was the experience of the Kundalini Spirit rising along my spine. I would not recommend anyone try to experience this for themselves. There have been lingering spiritual battles that I have had to deal with but through Christ I have overcome the stupidity of my past. What you have to realize is that what you are trying to do is to develop a communion with your spirit which without Christ is dead. I’m sure you have heard about people who listen to their “spirit-guide” or the excersize of “centering” that is taught to little children in school? These are all just other ways of entering into the world of Spirits which are fallen from grace with God. Without a renewed spirit by the rebirth offered through Christ these spirits are determined to capture your soul. Believe me they won’t give up the fight easy. A Kundalini experience demands a passivity of your soul-life which is a cessation of all senses both physical and nonphysiological so that your spirit although dead to God is made manifest. It is not without reason that the bible tells us to meditate on the word of God and to steer clear of a passivity of the soul.
    If you really want a good study on the functions of the body, soul and spirit in terms of our experience as creatures made in the image of God I recommend “The Spiritual Man” by Watchman Nee.

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