Happy Easter! I thought this would be the perfect day to discuss Kundalini and how it affects our relationships with friends, family, and romantic partners. It can be one of our biggest challenges we face while going through an Kundalini Awakening. I have never married so since 2004 when my Kundalini first rose, I have been in several serious relationships. Through hit and miss, I discovered that I do need to try to describe what Kundalini is all about except if they ask for more information. If so, I can give them some links of websites and books that I think would help them understand. Just telling them that I was going through a time of spiritual growth was often enough. I just asked for love and compassion when I needed time alone and some space to process things. Also that I may sometimes need them to listen with an understanding ear but others times, I may not be able to put in words how I am feeling. That I still love and care about them. That everything is OK.
I also tell them if they ever feel worried or concerned about how the Kundalini affects me, to please just talk to me about it. Open and honest communication is very important in any relationship. Alas,people sometimes outgrow each other. We cannot really change anyone but ourselves. They may not be ready to go on this spiritual journey with us. It may be painful to hear but that is their choice to make.
With blood family and children, it can be more complicated. We have to remember that the Kundalini Awakening process is totally new to them. Just be patient and understanding with them. Pick your battles. Their religious beliefs may not be tolerant of anything outside their religion. You have to gauge if its wise to share your spirituality with friends and family who may not be willing to be supportive of your Kundalini Awakening.
You will find that you cannot tolerate toxic people and relationships in our lives anymore. You will seek out friends and people to love who resonate with your more spiritual and healthier self.