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Dream Yoga: Tap Into Your Brain’s Full Potential

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Have you ever intentionally forced yourself to continue dreaming a sweet dream in the morning? Or after you suddenly wake up from a nightmare, you close your eyes and continue with the dream just to make sure you get a happy ending? All these are forms of dream yoga. The only difference is that you don’t quite understand at which point in your sleep you should actualize the dream so ideally, you are already awake.

A Practical Lucid Dreaming Experience

Do you believe in hypnotherapy?

Hypnosis seeks to tap into your unconscious mind. Either the therapist puts you to lucid dream by a series of imaginations or repetitive sounds that make you slowly drift to sleep.

You can apply the same technique to achieve dream yoga. But first, is it really worth the effort?

Advantages of Dream Yoga

A Tool for Healing and Self-control

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We all have fears in life, don’t we? However, for some people these fears define them. For example, a person who is afraid of snakes will wake up sweating if they experience snakes in their dreams. And probably, during the day, any slithering creature they come across might raise their blood pressure.

Dream yoga dares you to face these fears. Is your dad too sick that you keep dreaming of his burial? Face that fear and create a “happy ending” in your lucid dreams. You see, the brain never sleeps. It doesn’t differentiate dreams from reality. Therefore, when you constantly channel happy thoughts in your dreams, your brain reprograms and releases the phobias we carry along in life.

As a result, if you apply the same concept to most of your fears, you achieve the greatest control and peace in your life.

Self-discovery and Unleashing Your Full Potential

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Have you read a book called “The Secret” by Rhonda Byrne? The book is all about using your brain to attract positivity in your life. The author explains that today’s billionaires are not by chance. They understand and apply “the secret”.

Dream Yoga helps you tap into your brain’s full potential. You can task your brain to find answers to the questions you couldn’t handle while awake. You can also create situations just as you want them to happen. Be it your dream job, your dream family etc., you can start creating them tonight in your lucid dreams.

Eventually, if you apply the secrets you explore in your dreams, these imaginations will come to be. How soon they happen depends on the amount of effort you put in after you wake up.

I must also mention that this particular advantage is misused quite often. People create fantasies that affect them negatively and in the end, they get lost in these fantasies. Don’t get too fascinated or attached to your dream creations such that you reinforce your mind’s negative habits. Learn to separate light from darkness: even in your dreams.

Dream Yoga Generates Happiness

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Assume you’re having a dream where your boat is almost capsizing in a river. If you start thinking it’s real, you can get terribly scared, right? Now imagine you have mastered the art of lucid dreaming. At this point, you just tap into your unconscious mind, start jumping left and right and balance that boat like “Wakanda” in the movies.

How does that make you feel?

Like Superman, right?

You also make sure that you wake up once the boat has safely docked.

Similarly, you can play around with ordinary life challenges. You stop being more reserved, timid, and more cautious, and instead, live your life to the fullest. Your life becomes your dream. Eventually, just like other types of yoga, dream yoga builds self-esteem and improves your self-confidence.

How to Practice Dream Yoga?

Now that you understand the need to be conscious in your dreams, let me teach you the simple steps to achieve dream yoga.

Start with Affirmations

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Say it repeatedly to yourself “tonight I will become lucid in my dreams”. Feel this affirmation and believe it in your heart. We call this the law of intention.

Alongside affirmation, create good thoughts as you draw closer to bedtime. Usually, your last thought creates your dream structure.

Relax

When you finally lie on that bed, relax. Take deep breathes and count backward if you have to. If you’re unsettled, you will not achieve dream yoga.

‘Sleeping Lion’

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This is considered the best posture to sleep, dream, or die. You sleep on your right side to employ the calm states of consciousness and facilitate throat chakra. You also block masculine negative energies that interfere with waking consciousness in this position.

Evoke Throat Chakra

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Bindus are concentrated points that influence your conscious mind (mind drops). And where the bindus go, they dictate your consciousness. When you’re awake (like during the day), the bindus are concentrated in the forehead. When you’re deep asleep, they go to the heart. However, when you’re waking up from deep sleep, the bindus converge towards the throat. As a result, it is important that you evoke throat chakra before you fall asleep.

Self-Hypnosis

Create an image in your mind that starts from the forehead and ends in the throat. This can be a small light or a drawing of the chakras at this level. Follow that light/drawing and in no time, you will be fast asleep.

Lucidity

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According to, Charlie Morley, an icon in the art of dream yoga, to experience this form of yoga, you must become lucid in your dream. By lucid we mean the conscious mind starts to explore as you use your unconscious mind.

To test your level of awareness, practice things that are unachievable in real life. For example, you can fly around or try walking through a wall. Initially, your mind will convince you it’s real, and you find it almost impossible to achieve. However, if you stay with it, and convince yourself that it’s an illusion, you will eventually walk through that wall.

Alternatively, play mind games. Try walking through that wall backwards. As long as you don’t see the wall, you will definitely walk through it. And just like that, you now know the magic key to turn on your consciousness.

In Conclusion

Lucid dreams are extraordinarily vivid, pleasurable, intense, and exhilarating. I consider my lucid dreams some of the most wonderful experiences in my life. I can be anywhere I want. All I have to do is close my eyes and make sure I tap into my consciousness. Have you experienced dream yoga? If not, you have no idea what you are missing!

Katya Ki is the Founder and Editor-In-Chief of SOLANCHA Magazine, a Feng Shui Master, a Metaphysical Expert, a Reiki Master, and Human Rights Attorney. She has been studying Eastern metaphysics and esotericism for almost 20 years now. And she's still discovering new knowledge, which is hidden in ancient teachings. During her pilgrimage to the monastery of Saint Catherine in Egypt, she discovered the SOLANCHA System. This is how the SOLANCHA journey started!

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Ashtanga yoga: Sophisticated Path To Self-Discovery

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Practicing yoga for more than 7 years, I suddenly decided to try a new direction, which I previously stubbornly avoided due to its rigid nature. Yes, I’m talking about Ashtanga yoga. According to the philosophy of this school, yoga should not be adapted to the weakness and imperfection of the practitioner, but on the contrary, the practitioner should develop himself to meet the ideals of yoga.

Not that I enjoy penance or work at the limit of my possibilities. But it just seemed very attractive to me to achieve the results promised by this practice: the ideal body shape, flexibility and strength, peace of mind, and most importantly, the ability to control your attention, which I really miss sometimes.

So, hearing about the severity of the method, I decided to get the most detailed information. As an expert, I chose my yoga teacher and Scripture scholar. Perhaps what I was able to learn during our conversation will be useful to someone else for the successful start of the Ashtanga yoga practice.

What is Ashtanga yoga?

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Ashtanga yoga is a special practice formed in the course of Hatha yoga. If classical yoga gives priority to breathing exercises, development of flexibility and relaxation, then Ashtanga yoga forms the strength of spirit and body. To achieve the main goal, – Samadhi (full equilibrium, spiritual perfection), – one will need to pass eight difficult stages.

If you think that the practice of Ashtanga yoga does not require any serious effort, then you are wrong! Not everyone is able to go all the way. It requires not only physical endurance but also the willingness to abide by decent rules of life, to radically change your world.

Many people find it difficult to overcome the first stages of the Ashtanga yoga Path. But you can certainly be sure that having achieved success in Ashtanga yoga, physical and spiritual self-improvement, you will not be able to abandon this practice. After all, this is more than just a hobby. This is a very special lifestyle.

Ashtanga yoga is an eight-step path to the ultimate Goal – Samadhi (the highest spiritual perfection). Although the ultimate goal is to achieve spiritual harmony, Ashtanga yoga is very attentive to physical perfection, since the bodily shell and the mental spirit are inextricably connected.

This practice is great for those who have a strong body and mind, eager for achievements. People who want to take refuge in their own spiritual world from external problems often resort to the practice of Ashtanga yoga.

Eight stages (steps) of Ashtanga yoga

In Sanskrit, the word “Ashtanga” means “eight steps”.

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Each of the eight steps of Ashtanga yoga are not easy in their own way. The first two of them, perhaps, are the most important, because they teach human psycho-hygienic rules of life. If there is not enough desire and willpower to make them your way of life, moving on to the next stages is simply meaningless. In other words, if you realize that you are not ready to change yourself spiritually, you should understand that Ashtanga yoga is not for you.

It is very important to have a general understanding of the eight steps before you start practicing Ashtanga yoga. These steps are a guide to how to act in order to live a full, long and happy life and approach spiritual perfection.

The first stage: YAMA

Yama is a set of ethical norms that teach us to communicate with others in the right way. To be brief, it means one thing: treat people the way you want them to treat you.

There are five Yamas:

  1. Ahiṃsā (अहिंसा): Nonviolence, non-harming other living beings.
  2. Satya (सत्य): truthfulness, non-falsehood.
  3. Asteya (अस्तेय): non-stealing.
  4. Brahmacharya (ब्रह्मचर्य): chastity, marital fidelity or sexual restraint.
  5. Aparigraha (अपरिग्रहः): non-avarice, non-possessiveness.

Second stage: NIYAMA

The step of forming the self-discipline and uplifting spirituality. This step involves regular visits to temples, meditative practices, a study of nature, thinking and walks.

Five Niyamas are:

  1. Śauca (शौच): purity, clearness of mind, speech and body.
  2. Santoṣa (सन्तोष): contentment, acceptance of others and of one’s circumstances as they are, optimism for self.
  3. Tapas (तपस): austerity, self-discipline, persistent meditation, perseverance.
  4. Svādhyāya (स्वाध्याय): study of self, self-reflection, introspection of self’s thoughts, speeches and actions.
  5. Īśvarapraṇidhāna (ईश्वरप्रणिधान): contemplation of the Ishvara (God/Supreme Being, Brahman, True Self, Unchanging Reality), attunement to the supreme consciousness.

Third stage: ASANA

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Asana means ‘posture’ or ‘pose’. So by saying ‘asanas’ we mean body poses. Yoga practitioners know that our physical bodies are temples for our souls. Body care is one of the most important stages on the path to spiritual growth and enlightenment. Performing certain asanas, a person learns concentration and self-discipline.

Fourth stage: PRANAYAMA

Pranayama is the ability to control your breath. It is a set and a system of special techniques that make it possible to establish a relationship between breath, mind, and emotions. Literally, pranayama translates as ‘extension of the prana’ or ‘breath control”. Pranayama practice allows you to rejuvenate the entire body and prolong your lifespan. We can practice pranayama as a separate type of yoga technique, or use it as a component of the complex of yoga practice.

Fifth stage: PRATYAHARA

‘Pratyahara’ means ‘gaining mastery over external influences’.

The purpose of this stage is to achieve a state of distraction of the senses from the surrounding reality and the circulation of the gaze and consciousness inside of you. In other words, pratyahara is the ability to concentrate and not be distracted by various external stimuli. This step gives you the vision of the internal systems, understanding what can stop your personal and inner growth.

Sixth stage: DHARANA

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Dharana means ‘concentration’ or ‘single focus’. By concentrating and abstracting, we get distracted from external ‘noise’.  This is how we can calm down our mind, which distracts us from knowing more than we are able to understand. It helps us to see the limitless of our possibilities. At this stage, there is a skill to slow down the thought process by focusing on sound, image, energy or body.

Seventh stage: DHYANA

Dhyana means ‘contemplation, reflection’ and ‘profound, abstract meditation’. This is the stage of full development of the properties of meditation and concentration. Conscious inhibition of thought processes allows to calm the mind, to feel serenity, not to give rise to new thoughts. To reach this stage, you need endurance and strength. For achieving this, you have to put a lot of effort and time.

Eighth stage: SAMADHI

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Samadhi is a state of intense concentration that can be achieved through meditation. This is a state of bliss and understanding. On this stage, you extend the boundaries of your Self. You start feeling the connection between the divine origin and all living things, unity with nature and the world.

Samadhi is the highest stage of meditation, in which a person experiences oneness with the universe. In samadhi, the mind becomes still. You become totally aware of the present moment.

The Bottom Line

According to the general opinion of the gurus of this type of yoga: no yoga should adapt to the limited opportunities and weaknesses of students, but on the contrary – a person must improve himself to achieve the ideals of yoga. Those who practice Ashtanga yoga, pass the path of spiritual and physical perfection, allowing to make a person healthy and happy.

I hope you’re as inspired to start the Ashtanga yoga class as I am! I’m wishing you a wonderful practice! Namaste!

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Karma Yoga: The Act of Living Selflessly and Enjoying the Benefits

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What is Karma Yoga? In Hinduism, one can adapt four spiritual paths in their lifestyle.

These are:

  • Jnana Yoga (The Path of Knowledge)
  • Raja Yoga (The Path of Psychological Experimentation)
  • Bhakti Yoga (The Path of Devotion)
  • Karma Yoga (The Path of Work)

These four paths to self-realization are based on the fact that human beings are emotional, active, reflective, and experimental in nature. In this discussion, I will explain more about the Path of Work.

What is Karma Yoga?

Also known as Karma Marga, the path of work advocates that we endeavor to dutifully and selflessly render our services to others regardless of our stages in life.

Lord Krishna summarizes the process of the path of work as detailed in the ancient text, the Bhagavad Gita, as follows :

“Therefore, without being attached to the fruits of activities, one should act as a matter of duty, for by working without attachment one attains the Supreme.”

This text simply means that people have a duty to offer their skills to humanity and in the preservation of nature to the best of their abilities. They should do this while exercising zero affinity to the effects or rewards of their works. Instead, they should strive to work as a service to God.

Offering service for the benefit of others is a form of prayer in Hinduism. It is human nature to seek rewards for works done. The Path of Work discourages this habit. Instead, a karma yogi (one who practices selfless acts) will serve others as a mother, a teacher, a doctor or a cook, without expecting a reward in return.

As you embrace the Karma yoga, you should differentiate it from Kriya Yoga, which is the practice of ritual action. The Practice of Work has a direct impact on others/society whereas Kriya Yoga focuses on cleansing our mind, without a direct impact on society.

Benefits of Karma Yoga

The practice of action for the benefit of others offers many physical, mental, emotional and spiritual benefits as follows:

Purifies the heart

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Selfless acts assist us to let go of our negative tendencies. Any hatred, jealousy or selfishness is now replaced with love. Having a pure heart is the primary benefit of living a selfless life.

Instills Discipline and Dedication

Karma yogis focus their physical and emotional strengths towards using their professional and social skillset to the service of others. They, therefore, make a deliberate effort to enroll in the necessary training and apprenticeship to improve their skills. One learns early enough that no job is superior to the other. Hence, the karma yogi dedicates his efforts towards doing their best with what they have.

Mental Growth

By adopting a broader perspective of life in carrying out our everyday duties, we tend to appreciate others more and therefore attain fulfillment and happiness regardless of how small or big our actions are.

We achieve mental health when we learn to manage our emotions. When one is immersed in service for the benefit of others, he/she no longer has fear of being imperfect or the inability to fit into the norms of the masses. Hence, anxiety, depression or other mental health complications are no longer a concern for a karma yogi.

Perfect Balance

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Working for the benefit of others enables one to lead a balanced life. We are better parents, disciplined children, dedicated workers, and better partners when we have purpose and clarity in our actions.

Living authentic lifestyles is easily attained when we learn how to prioritize our needs without focusing too much on self.

Develop Humility, Selflessness, Sympathy, and Love

As you practice living for others, you learn to tame your ego. Selfish acts are replaced with pure love for humanity. You no longer see yourself as an individual but as part of the wider ecosystem that needs to be protected.

Attain Spiritual Growth

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When a karma yogi dedicates all his actions to God, he attains an inner spiritual development. Drawing closer to God, in turn, makes it easier for us to execute our duties. 

Honest Intentions

A karma yogi learns to base his actions on the broader picture of life. By doing this he/she is hardly a victim of selfish acts, egocentric behavior, anger, envy or pain as a result of the short term failures he may go through.

How to Embrace Karma Yoga in Our Everyday Living

Giving to humanity is possible even when one has little wealth. However, our self-ego and impure mind make the initial stages quite difficult. In order to practice selfless habits in our lifestyle, here are some everyday acts that you can start with:

Charitable Actions

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  • Distributing water and foodstuffs to the homeless
  • Offering free consultation to poor people who can’t afford medical services
  • Responding to a call for a blood donation
  • Offering transport for accident victims
  • Giving tuition classes to underprivileged children
  • Volunteer at a home for the old

Moral Actions

Make a deliberate effort not to hurt the feelings of others by what you do for a living. Consider the long term effects of setting up your businesses or undertaking your projects that have a major impact on the lives of others.

Be mindful of Mother Nature. We gain from nature by preserving it from generation to generation. Join the global campaigns that strive to maintain a pollution-free ecosystem. Protect our endangered species.

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Be mindful of others. For example, if you have an option, take a bus instead of your personal car and make your moral contribution towards decongesting traffic.

Set a list of virtues and live by them. Be a person of integrity, self-control, compassionate and generous in giving. Always have a positive attitude in everything you do.

Finally, always start by giving from what you have.

Conclusion

The practice of Karma Yoga has been passed from one generation to the other for thousands of years. To attain the full benefits of this practice, we need to focus on benefiting others by our acts and make it a daily routine. Make a deliberate effort to be on the lookout for opportunities that demand your physical, mental or spiritual input to better the lives of others. Only then can we find purpose and attain liberalization in life.

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Kundalini Awakening Symptoms Everyone Should Know

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From Sanskrit, the word “Kundalini” can be translated as “twisted” (like a snake or a steel spring), and traditionally the snake is its symbol. In ancient Indian manuscripts, Kundalini is described as a form of biological energy dormant in the human body. It is regarded as the basis of life, as the main form of energy that can be concentrated in the brain, and without which neither genius nor inspiration can exist. If you are engaged in any spiritual practices, then you need to understand clearly what Kundalini is and what Kundalini awakening symptoms you may experience.

What is Kundalini?

According to the ancient texts, the Kundalini energy is present in the whole body but is concentrated mainly in the lower part of the spine, that is, in the genital area, transmitting vital energy to the offspring. This “snake energy” can be woken up, and through the spine and chakras transferred to the brain.

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Kundalini is extraordinarily powerful. There is a key to eternal youth and flourishing mental abilities hidden in it. Indian Kundalini specialist Gopi Krishna said that Kundalini, being awakened, can be a source of mental strength, genius, artistic talent, and scientific achievements. That is, all that is characteristic of a high level of consciousness. According to Gopi Krishna, the process of awakening and ascent of Kundalini expands the range of hidden human abilities.

In ancient manuscripts of Tibet, Egypt, and Greece, as well as in other cultures, there is evidence of the Kundalini Energy existence. Even the first Christians knew about its existence. The headdress of the Pharaoh, feathered snakes from Mexico and South America – all this indicates the acquaintance of the ancient initiates with the energy of the Kundalini snake.

No one can predict who, when and how this energy will awaken. However, one should know that only people with a pure mind, heart, and body can experience the awakening. For the Kundalini awakening, you should have as little psychological and emotional conflicts as possible. Moreover, your body should be as free as possible from the blocks and tensions. It is also good to have fewer attachments and idealizations defined by everyday concerns.

Kundalini’s awakening can occur in the form of an unexpected surge, like a dam break, sharp and, above all, uncontrollable and therefore – dangerous. For the time being, this energy is in a kind of preserved, dormant state. However, under certain conditions, it begins a spontaneous awakening and rising from the spine to the head. During this process, the energy transforms the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual systems of the person experiencing its rising.

What Is Kundalini Rising?

The process of Kundalini rising is actually an evolutionary process of transformation of the human personality. Your physical body, consciousness, and subconsciousness go through a big transformation. You’re changing your view and attitude toward life. Moreover, you’re developing unusual abilities.

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Kundalini is a vital energy. Its thin stream always flows through us, through our bodies as long as we are alive. Some people have more of it, and they are successful in his life. And others have less of it, and they are less successful.

Kundalini needs to circulate freely in our bodies. But most people clog its path with various mental blocks, attachments, conflict events that burden them. By eliminating these blocks, we free the path for the free flow of energy transformation. And when Kundalini flow can overcome these mental blocks it starts a rapid process of rising. And only then, when it clears us in its movement from the bottom up – its hot energy begins a cold downward flow from the top down, the flow of divine cosmic energy. That’s when the extraordinary miracles begin.

Kundalini awakening can be considered the most important and greatest event in the life of every person. Only from this moment your true rebirth, awakening, and spiritualization begin. Only from this moment, a person starts the real path of improvement. And the beginning of the Kundalini rising is the first real step into a completely different, amazing and fabulous world of high energies, unusual phenomena, and new opportunities.

How Does Kundalini Awakening Happen?

Many spiritual practitioners have come up with different stages, or other indicators to specify their apparent progress in the process of evolution. However, it must be admitted that until you have experienced the transformation of personality in the fire of Kundalini, all other manifestations of enlightenment are only temporary success and lie only in the plane of the mind.

Some people can awaken the Kundalini energy consciously, following the methods developed by various spiritual schools. Others unconsciously, intuitively building their lives and changing their views and beliefs in accordance with the Universal laws. It is very common that people experience spontaneous Kundalini awakening, even if they’ve never heard anything about it.

From Vedic texts, it is known that the flow of Kundalini energy rises through the energy channel located along the spine vertically. Until the awakening, this channel is usually closed. The fire of Kundalini gradually clears and opens this energy channel. As the Central channel is opened (cleaned), the Kundalini energy activates the chakras located along the spine, which, in turn, also begin to produce energy intensively. So it gradually opens up the entire Central channel and chakras.

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When the Kundalini reaches the last and highest 7th chakra located in the crown, you become ready to perceive the subtle and higher energies from the Cosmos. Each chakra can receive cosmic energy and send its own to Cosmos. You become able to assimilate cosmic energies, which immediately turn on the process of transformation. In the course of it, you acquire that great power for which anything is possible. By using this power you can do amazing things, which, from the point of view of the laws of the physical world, are considered miracles.

As your Kundalini awakens, you begin to experience a number of strange phenomena. That’s why you need to know what Kundalini awakening symptoms are.

Kundalini Awakening Symptoms

Body Symptoms

  • Involuntary twitching, trembling, vibration, spasms.
  • Muscle contractions, especially the anus, abdomen, and throat.
  • Sudden movements of hands, feet or head.
  • Twitching of the whole body when a strong flow of energy rises inside, starting from the toe, foot or base of the spine.

Physical Symptoms

Physical Kundalini awakening symptoms are:

  • Feelings of ecstasy and bliss, average in intensity or strong, lasting several minutes or several months.
  • A feeling of intoxication, detachment, a slight feeling of being outside the body. Falling into a trance, a fixed gaze directed into space.
  • Heart rate increase.
  • The feeling like you’re touching the electrical outlet, tingling, itching.
  • Unbalance, tension, pulsation, sometimes replaced by lethargy.
  • Nausea, abdominal pain.
  • Chest pain, like a heart attack.

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  • Persistent or temporary pain throughout the body that cannot be diagnosed.
  • Aching back pain and sharp pain along the spine.
  • Headaches, a feeling of buzz in the head, tingling, itching, or goosebumps on the scalp.
  • Electrical sensations in the head, feeling like the skull is opening.
  • Numbness of the arms and legs in General, or the hands or feet.
  • Pain or a feeling of electrical tingling in the big toes, darkening or falling off the toenail.
  • Intense sexual arousal, spontaneous orgasms experienced in the genital area or described as “covering the whole body” or “brain orgasms”.
  • Vibration and energy coming out of your ears.
  • Increased activity followed by exhaustion.
  • Hair stands on end.
  • Protruding the abdomen, as if during pregnancy.
  • Spontaneous filling of the lungs with air.
  • The taste of sweet nectar flowing from head to throat.

Diseases Or Pseudo Diseases

  • Imaginary heart attacks are usually a false alarm; complaints that the heart is not beating.
  • A person’s sincere belief that he or she is dying, accompanied by vague pains and complaints.
  • The manifestation of other hidden diseases: wandering pain, hyperemia, digestive problems and other complaints about the various organs of the body, disappearing without any treatment.

Visual Symptoms

The variety of visual Kundalini awakening symptoms is striking: it’s like lightning rays of light in your head, visions or hallucinations (by the way, they can be quite frightening!). There were cases when there was a small sparkling point in the Third eye area. Tibetan monks call it ”the seed of light”, but it is not necessary that it arises in the area of the forehead. The sparkling point can arise between you and the object, or arise during meditation, and even when you are in a normal state, and it does not matter — your eyes are open or closed at this moment.

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You may also become extremely sensitive to light or experience sudden vision – all colors seem very bright. Some people even start being able to see the aura.

Other visual Kundalini awakening symptoms are burning eyes and twitching in the area between the eyebrows.

Temperature Change

One of the most common Kundalini awakening symptoms is a temperature change. The sensation of it occurs in the following ways:

  • Waves of heat, sometimes with sweating.
  • The heat may flow from the body or feel like intense burning.
  • Night sweating.
  • Waves of icy cold, sometimes followed by waves of heat.
  • Feelings of heat or cold in different parts of the body, especially in the hands or at the base of the spine.

Emotional Symptoms

Emotional Kundalini awakening symptoms are:

  • Depression.
  • Anxiety.
  • Anger.
  • Guilt.
  • Temporary confusion of thoughts and difficulties with the performance of work tasks.
  • Insomnia.
  • Uncharacteristic of the person strong sexual desire.
  • Temporary problems with sexual identity.
  • Visions or hearing sounds.
  • Disorderly thoughts, indecision,
  • Bombast and arrogance.
  • Easy entry into a trance or semi-conscious state.

Increased Psychic Or Empathic Abilities

  • A vision or a sense of aura.
  • Seeing and understanding the signs from the Universe.
  • The ability to heal certain diseases with the energy of hands.
  • Involuntary recollection of past lives experiences.
  • A better understanding of the spiritual Scriptures.

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  • Feeling the ability to influence another person’s thoughts.
  • Instinctive-intuitive knowing what needs to be done.
  • A sense of the presence of a luminous being or teacher from another dimension.
  • Psychokinetic phenomena (interference in electrical devices, moving objects, destruction of objects, etc.).
  • Out-of-body experiences.
  • Extended panoramic perception of everything.

Detachment

Another Kundalini awakening common symptom is a feeling like you’re outside of your own body. Sometimes this is manifested as a detachment from the daily routine or even detachment from everything material.

Food

We all know that the food we eat affects not just our physical bodies and health but also our energy. That is why when we’re experiencing Kundalini awakening symptoms we also notice that our eating habits change dramatically. The most interesting thing is that the changes in our eating habits are effortless. They happen naturally. It feels like your body itself tells you what you need to eat.

Conclusion

It is the Kundalini that opens the gates of further human evolution and gives us the power to understand and fulfill our life’s mission. And if you are in the process of reading this article felt unusual or similar phenomena – do not be afraid of what is happening! Take everything as it is, do not resist what is happening. Now you clearly know and understand what is happening or what may happen to you in the future. I hope that the knowledge contained in this article will give you confidence, protect you from possible troubles and open the door to a great future!

Namaste!

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