To those who have awakened their Kundalini Shakti.?






I have been meditating for about a year or so. I have been always regular to my practice. For the past few days I have had deep meditation and always enjoyed it. But sometimes I feel scared when the energy in me tries to jump towards my head from my root chakra. Is it normal to have such experiences? And How do I know that I am ready for the kundalini awakening? Also I sweat a lot after I am done with meditation. How can I control the energy in me?
Thanks for the answer.
I am a Hindu but I do not meditate on any religion. I listen to “Om Namah Shivaya” chanting and meditate about an hour every day.


  1. It’s new agey crystal meditation energy chakra crap.
    Ask some energy work based forum, no one here practices energy work.

  2. Try not to control the energy, it’s too strong for that. Accept it, surrender to it, go with the flow – love it and it will love you back. Something you ought to be doing habitually however is connecting the tip of your tongue to the front of the roof of your mouth, just behind the teeth. This joins the front and back channels of your microcosmic orbit and so provides somewhere for surplus energy to circulate down into should it spike into your head. Fear isn’t necessary, but do be mindful that before Glenn Morris learnt of this precaution, he experienced a spike during the sweating stage and really didn’t enjoy it at all!
    My take is that you seem ready for a teacher to appear. is an unusually good place to find out more if you want to.

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