11 décembre 2014 ~ 0 Commentaire

A Cross-Cultural Experiential View On Spontaneous Spiritual Awakening

Thirty two years back I started my journey, a dramatic and fascinating inner and outer journey to the process that unfolds once that inner religious energy that was powerful is ignited as well as the experience of symptoms of a spiritual awakening.

It absolutely was my great good fortune to receive shaktipat initiation the spiritual awakening books who was the realized Master of the Siddha Yoga lineage then. I say because, in this tradition is the initiation given it was my great good fortune, but for understanding the awakening and also the spiritual experiences and process that unfolds as a result of it the necessary teachings are openly and freely given. I shortly realized, through the experiences of others around me who’d received shaktipat and also my own, personal inner experience, although this divine inner energy not only has the ability to give the highest of mystical experiences to one, but can also be a supreme healer. In her target to take the seeker to the realization of oneness she must help us to remove our inner obstructions on the mental, physical, emotional, psychic and spiritual levels. Just like with any growth and curing process, being faced with obstacles, limitations, negative emotions, negative tendencies and past challenging encounters and unresolved dilemmas, can be sometimes frightening and difficult.


When combined with extreme, spontaneous encounters of energy moving in ways that the individual has no prior training, knowledge or comprehension of, it can be overwhelming, leading the person to find help from clergy, religious advisors, mental health professionals and holistic professionals-many of whom are lacking in the required experience and knowledge to provide adequate support, and a few of whom may truly misdiagnose the individual’s experience, tagging it pathological. Thus it’s imperative that anyone supplying support to individuals with awakened kundalini have wisdom and experience of the kundalini process across customs that are religious.

Energetic Paradigms Across Traditions

There are various names for the kundalini across spiritual traditions. When one investigates the mystical texts, poetry and anecdotal material of many different traditions experiential paradigms emerge describing the awakening and movement of the transforming internal power. The system that is articulated is the Chakra/Nadi system that appears in Yoga, Tibetan Buddhism and Sufism. In the process of moving through the chakras the kundalini releases a number of religious, mental, emotional, psychic and physical encounters.

In among them he’s shown the seven spirits of God who preside over them along with the seven seals. Each seal represents an amount of revelation or consciousness. In Kabbalah, the mystical path of Judaism, there is an intricate system of the Tree of Life and the sefiroth. In the Native American tradition, the Hopi Creation Story describes vibrational centers that run along the axis or spinal column. These five facilities are located at the very top, at one’s heart, the throat, just below the very top of the head and underneath the navel -a system fairly much like the chakra system. A clay artifact discovered by archeologists in the mounds of the ancient Cahokian tribes that dwelt in what’s now the state of Illinois, shows a berger woman seated on an uncoiling serpent. The serpent rises like a vine up the center of her back, along which are put several gourds. The uncoiling serpent is, in the traditions of Yoga, a sign of the spiritual awakening and depression, or serpent power.

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