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swami dhyan sumeru s
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swami dhyan sumeru s

go ahead yet it is better to have a as you say G U R U
there are a few around try
gangaji
exhart tolle
mother meera
osho
krishnamurti
papaji
ramanna
to name a few

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The meditation itself isn’t dangerous, but awakening kundalini can be if you’re not prepared for it. I had an awakening several months ago, although I did not intentionally pursue it. It just showed up and said, “Here I am!” I’ve read reports about awakenings really screwing up people’s lives though. You’re basically turning on a large stream of energy that won’t allow any blocks to get in its way for long. Fortunately, I was in the position where I had dealt with emotional blockages so it could flow mostly free. I had underdeveloped brow and crown chakras, however, which lead… Read more »

AthmaJyothi
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AthmaJyothi

It is not the question of dangerous and it is matter of perfection. Kundalini is a snake that resides in the human body. Because of this human beings are alive and it connects the universe by breathing. Yes, it is recommended to have the guru because of the following reasons. 1. When you practice kundalini, you will be separated from the current state and you wll become your inner soul with the universe. So, if you want to come back to your original state, you need to know how to come back. 2. By practising kundalini, you are taking yourself… Read more »

Psi
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Psi

It can ve very very dangerous if you have a spontaneous Kundalini Rising and you are not at a spiritual level to handle it. It will effectively leave you “mad’. Like being on a permanent acid trip. If you do it gradually and your mind is prepared it will be ok. Just be very careful and research Kundalini Rising. There are quick ways to do it like Qi Qong (not sure of spelling off-hand) but it is also call the ‘dance of madness’ because many students are not ready and they lose their minds.
Good luck.

Moe S
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Moe S

Not at all. Do it on your own. Just meditate and concentrate until you get a ‘tingly’ feeling, and push it until you feel vibrations in different parts of your body. Where you start depends on what you’re good at (thinker – brain, sports – stomach, love/compassion – heart, speaking – throat, etc.)

Blobfish
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Blobfish

It’s understandable that trances can be quite terrifying. People who are at risk of epilepsy should not do it alone.

Josh Mullin
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Josh Mullin

No it’s not dangerous.

Fireball
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Fireball

not recommended….ask Jesus for some help