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Prahas
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Remember the onion analogy? The human psyche is like an onion, with many many layers. What meditation does is it begins to peel the top layers off, so you can begin to see other layers that used to be hidden. The meditation didn’t create the stress and anxiety that you are noticing / feeling. All it did was help you to become aware of what was already there. No worries — it is a good sign! It is working! Now comes the part which takes a little courage. Keep going. Do a little each day (don’t over-do the meditation, but… Read more »

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That term kundalini meditation does not exist in sacred spiritual scriptures of different religions of world. This word has been coined by practitioners of yoga meditation desirous of minting money from gullible public. Before indulging in meditation yoga we must understand the definition of meditation yoga in totality. Kundalini awakening is the goal… meditation yoga the path! It is through indulgence in meditation yoga human beings finally reached full awakening of Kundalini Shakti… the coiled serpentine energy lying dormant in base of spine! Full awakening of Kundalini Shakti demands human beings practising absolute celibacy for a period of 12 years… Read more »

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When practiced in a religious context, Kundalini is mostly beneficial and benevolent. However, examples exist of historical figures suffering from kundalini symptoms, such as zen master Hakuin, Saint Theresa, and Nietzsche. The physiological precursors of kundalini also have the potential to diverge into some peculiar types of pathology, as when induced via violence and outside a religious context, where it may be part of a post-traumatic response. Post-traumatic stress disorder researcher Dr. Jonathan Shay describes several cases with kundalini-like symptoms in his book Achilles in Vietnam. According to trans personal theorists the phenomenon of kundalini is not necessarily pathological in… Read more »

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jesussalvation

Do Primal Therapy.

the_ambusher
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the_ambusher

switch to trancendental meditation

XaurreauX
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XaurreauX

Book an appointment with a legitimate masseur or masseuse or a chiropractor. Next time, don’t buy into hocus pocus and wishful thinking.

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Fawn

I haven’t done this meditation, but I know when I do meditate I get that feeling like I’m not here, you will be fine, you just brought yourself to a higher level and it scared you because you aren’t used to it, just relax and breathe, you will be fine, you are probably still in a heightened state. You have to be careful with meditation, some people can actually leave their bodies if they are good enough at it and it’s frightening.

You’ll be fine 🙂

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timelady

Get a job.