I am on the constant search for information worthy links on Kundalini. I will leave it up to you if you find anything of worth that compliments your Kundalini Awakening Journey. http://www.thesoulsjourney.com Very Interesting and a great Dedication Page to Kali. http://www.kundalininet.org/#!krn-bookstore Interesting Book list. Was not too impressed with the rest of the site. … Continue reading Some interesting Kundalini Links I’ve Found.
Hi, If you have read about my own personal Kundalini Experiences on this blog, you know I have had a amazing and strange journey. I had a weird experience last Thursday morning when I was meditating. From the bottom to above my visual field, I saw a wave of white bright energy. It hit me … Continue reading Checking in and Experiencing Weirdness
The Way of Pain Excerpt from Halfway up the Mountain: The Error of Premature Claims to Enlightenment (pgs. 448-454) by Mariana Caplan The Sanskrit word saha means "to endure, to go patiently through hardships without rebelling."1 The process of disillusionment is an unquestionably painful process at times. Genuine spiritual life has never been popular, and … Continue reading The Way of Pain
"Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, known affectionately as Shri Mataji or Mother, is the first spiritual teacher in the history to give large-scale Self-realization as described by many great saints and prophets of the past. Today, millions of people all over the world have experienced their spiritual ascent, described and predicted by these great prophets, thanks … Continue reading Free Sahaja Yoga Meditation Online Classes
http://youtu.be/o6DDfN0-ciU I thought everyone would be interested in seeing what a Shaktipat (Saktipat) looks like. I looks so peaceful considering the transformation that is happening within. Shaktipat or Śaktipāta (Sanskrit, from sakti - "(psychic) energy" - and pāta, "to fall") refers in Hinduism to the conferring of spiritual "energy" upon one person by another. Shaktipat … Continue reading Maha Prana Kundalini Shaktipat by Shiva Yogi Dr. Pradeep Ullal
How do we chant Om (Aum)? Quoted from: http://www.omved.com/vedicpedia/how-do-we-chant-om-aum Om (Aum) pronunciation; A mantra that can be recited by anyone is the Om mantra. For Om japa to be effective, the mantra must be pronounced correctly. Remember that the Om (Aum) has actually four syllables. There is ‘A’, ‘U’, ‘M’ and the silent syllable. For … Continue reading How do we chant Om?
http://vimeo.com/44418856 In this video you learned about several belief systems that had their astrological changes on 12-21-12. Did you notices any changes? How about spiritually? Ive waited to bring this up because I wanted to see what would happen in the later months. At the end of November 2012, I was on the phone and … Continue reading 12-21-12 passed calmly but what now? My Story.