July 26, 2019 at 9:07 am #304991JackParticipant
Hey Tannhauser, have read through several of your posts well few months ago, just thought about creating profile, because I’m also going through this incredibly challenging and at times incredibly cruel process of kundalini. Just wanted to reach out to you, I know may probably seem like a bit of a stupid thing to say but you’re not alone man, would be interested in chatting with you if you’re up for that, if not that’s also fine, but just wanted to send a message anyway.November 4, 2019 at 6:11 am #321241KaiserParticipant
I too have suffered horrendously from kundalini after an ugly awakening 12 years ago. It has been truly awful. However, I found an amazing specialist in treating kundalini who has helped me enormously, Tom Adams at http://www.easternhealingarts.com
I hope you check him out. He can also help you sort through the trauma Catholicism has heaped on you.
I have also found judicious, carefully controlled use of the long-acting benzodiazepine Valium to be helpful in settling my energy for about 20 hours at a time.
Also, please check out this revolutionary new device that, through audiovisual stimulation, is designed to help people suffering from terrible chronic pain, severe insomnia, neuropathic pain, anxiety and more. It has been tested on 1,300 people including members of the military and of course in hospitals. It will be available at the end of the year. http://www.sana.io
I too am also fed up with the well-intended but useless ‘spiritual’ advice out there. ‘Breathe more deeply, engage with nature, let go of anger’…blah blah blah. This is a very serious ailment, and it needs hardcore professional treatment to heal. Standing barefoot in the grass isn’t going to do a damn thing.December 24, 2019 at 7:05 am #329221artemisParticipant
Hi Tannhäuser – I oddly found this thread googling a mantra I like, but I was captivated by your story. I have read through most of the pages. I am so sorry you are going through this. Kundalini can definitely reek havoc in peoples lives and a lot of people don’t talk about it. I had a terrible Kundalini experience in 2017 that I thought was going to ‘crack open my mind’ to a point of no return as well, like you previously stated many times. I felt my entire body burning for months. I’ll tell you whats helped for me. Abraham Hicks, you can google her and just start listening to her videos and since you are ‘awakened’ a lot of the times, it will seem like she is speaking directly to you. Cat Cow kundalini yoga pose has helped. Prayer has helped a lot. I know you say you don’t believe in God, but you believe in Artemis correct? Can you pray to her? I am also curious as to why you said she doesn’t want to be called mary anymore and wants to be called Artemis because I got the exact same download. OK? So you are getting valid information. I hope that gives you some comfort. Also, look, you have been doing this for 6 years now and are still sane, so hopefully that can give you some comfort? You mention your parents a lot, but do not mention friends. Could you join a meditation, spiritual or yoga group so you can have some people who have had similar experiences in your life and maybe that will help you feel less isolated. Joan Borysanko also has a lot of talks that help, you can google her. Exercise has helped me also, And also laying directly on the earth, not just your feet, can help ground the energy when its intense. You can also ask the higher beings to make it less intense. You can request this. Do you believe in help from angels? You can ask them as well. You are not alone! We are all in this together. Blessings.September 2, 2021 at 9:12 am #385571YogeshParticipant
I think post didn’t submitted properlySeptember 2, 2021 at 9:13 am #385570YogeshParticipant
Hlo tannhauser , I want to talk to you, are you there? I m from india and here lots of yogies and guru do kundalini yoga, and teach about that yoga, in nutshell our culture is full of researched kundalini and same like energies. If you r interested then we can talk in details about wrong kundalini awakening and so on.September 26, 2021 at 11:29 am #386722IvanParticipant
I believe I’ve had that same experience two years ago. I started experiencing all sorts of weird emotional disturbances and that weird ball of energy in the stomach. All of that was caused by a period of anxiety I was experiencing at work. Long story short: I barely slept for like 3-4 months and I had the most difficult time coping with the stress and weird sensations in my body. It affected my mood and I started having very negative thought patterns. Everything balanced out eventually. Something that was so dreadful I though it might not end… ended. I have a suble form of PTSD from that but it’s not bothering me. That experience eventually led me to reorganize my psyche and plunge myself fully in the quest of consciousness (meditation, mindfulness, managing “negative” emotions ecc) so at the end I realised everything we go through is just an experience we learn from. Good or bad, we’re talking about the two sides of the same coin which are inseparable. Stay true to yourself, never lose hope and also imho very important: ENJOY your hobbies, what you truly love doing. It helped me a lot. Peace.October 9, 2022 at 11:54 am #408239AnonymousInactive
wade can i get in contact with you i always see you in every topic relatite to kundalini sorry for my english is not my first languageOctober 13, 2022 at 9:50 am #408394MaxParticipant
You are not mad, crazy, sick or in any oyher way broken Tannhauser. Kundalini is a real force and very powerful indeed, even dangerous. You seem to have involuntarily activated it and are now suffering from it’s effects. https://youtu.be/zdn8cARZH2w. I recommend watching this video, and respond if you found it useful at all.November 16, 2022 at 2:57 am #410175wadeParticipant
hello sure, whats your facebook or other chat app or something i can add you. i never recovered from this and kundalini ruined my life. i mostly thinking about how to die soonNovember 16, 2022 at 2:58 am #410176wadeParticipant
let me know if your still hereNovember 16, 2022 at 3:11 am #410177AnonymousInactive
@ wade my facebook is jacqueline sn ( jackie)August 3, 2023 at 9:02 am #421060LynseyParticipant
My kundalini awakening began with intense pain at the base of my spine (I had a degenerative spinal disease at the time so I chalked it up to that). A friend who considered herself a life coach decided to “DNA activate” me thru bija syllables, and apparently it worked because within 6 or 7 months I had all sorts of symptoms, from pain and swelling in my neck to the experience of amrita dripping from the top back of my head + down my throat (again, had no idea what was going on and this time went to the hospital). The thing is, kundalini plumbs the recesses of the unconscious mind, and lights up layers upon layers of whatever trauma you’ve carried unresolved in your body. You know how a room sometimes gets messier before it gets cleaner? Same concept here. It’s cleaning house, resolving negative ego, but in order to do that it triggers/drags those aspects out of the unconscious into the conscious stream in order that they might be dealt with. It- as Carl Jung put it- makes the “unconscious conscious” and that includes disturbing thoughts and impulses, etc. So yes, some people go thru hell, depending on whether they’re grasping the personality construct. Let it flow, don’t resist. Watch any negative ideas or states which bubble up, but don’t engage them. Don’t identify with them, they’re only passing.
A year into this ALL my health issues are resolved, including the spinal disease. The only thing I struggle with anymore is anxiety. There are positives to this process, it just takes time. I also have meditative practice and do shadow work tho, plus a lot of in-depth research. We don’t fear what we understand. Wishing you well <3December 26, 2023 at 4:47 am #426334KyleParticipant
My kundalini awakening began with intense pain at the base of my spine (I had a degenerative spinal disease at the time so I chalked it up to that). A friend who considered herself a life coach decided to “DNA activate” me thru bija syllables, and apparently it worked because within 6 or 7 months I had all sorts of symptoms, from pain and swelling in my neck to the experience of amrita dripping from the top back of my head + down my throat (again, had no idea what was going on and this time went to the hospital). The thing is, kundalini plumbs the recesses of the unconscious mind, and lights up layers upon layers of whatever trauma you’ve carried unresolved in your body. You know how a room sometimes gets messier before it gets cleaner? Same concept here. It’s cleaning house, resolving negative ego, but in order to do that it triggers/drags those aspects out of the unconscious into the conscious stream in order that they might be dealt with. It- as Carl Jung put it- makes the “unconscious conscious” and that includes disturbing thoughts and impulses, etc. So yes, some people go thru hell, depending on whether they’re grasping the personality construct. Let it flow, don’t resist. Watch any negative ideas or states which bubble up, but don’t engage them. Don’t identify with them, they’re only passing. A year into this ALL my health issues are resolved, including the spinal disease. The only thing I struggle with anymore is anxiety. There are positives to this process, it just takes time. I also have meditative practice and do shadow work tho, plus a lot of in-depth research. We don’t fear what we understand. Wishing you well <3
I was going through my old screenshots of researching people with similar Kundalini experiences. Tannhauser I see is going through my same situation.
LYNSEY – I hope you see my post, I’d love to talk to you, please. I have Degenerative Disc Disease as well, I’ve had lumbar spinal fusion surgery, and that’s when my re-awakening started (First awakening September 2012, re-awakening April 2018, one year after spine surgery). I was supposed to have same surgery on cervical spine (neck), but calamity and chaos kept me from getting it done, forcing me to have to heal on my own even without medication, which is ok cuz radiculopathy from pinched nerve in my neck actually stopped making arms tingly (I received cervical spine injections), and now off gabapentin thank goodness but I still awake with arms numb…
Anyway – I hope you get my message. I’m very interested in talking to you about your experience.
Kundalini has me 🤔 and I understand the struggle people here are experiencing. It’s not fun. I just hope that the new age community would stop making it out to be something glamorous. A lot of them seem so arrogant and I wonder if they’re actually going through the same thing I am. But I realized that most of them I guess are Awakening, but I must have been waking up from a deeper and darker place than they woke up from. Example: I heard a guy once say that he used to use thc but it’s “low vibe” for him now. I never used thc, never got opportunity to even try it, but now I use it for my physical pain (for the healing, not exactly the feeling, but the feeling is just icing on the cake, ya know? Still, keeping a clearer and focused mind is more important, but I can’t deny that the feeling is pleasant 🤷). Thc for ME is EXTREMELY HIGH VIBRATIONAL, cuz I’m not used to having it, not privileged to have had the opportunity to use it. And if you have Degenerative Disc Disease pain, you know exactly what I’m talking about. Thc helps my pain, I value it’s benefits.
Sorry I didn’t mean to rattle on. Anyone else in situation of Kundalini and Spine problems, I’d love to get in touch with you.
This is my first post here. I look forward to checking back here in case of replies. Thank you all for reading. February 7, 2024 at 8:15 am #427660-=lvx=-Participant
Not all meditationa are the same. Nor is every response to kundalini the same. I would like to point out new studies in meditation which study mindfulness or passive meditation techniques versus tantric or focused meditative practice. the results are very different. i am pointing this out because it goes to the issue of feeling out of control from kundalini. people with tantric training can have entirely different outcomes than those without such training. read this article. skip the technical stuff and consider the results. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2665945X22000262
-=light in extension=-February 12, 2024 at 7:54 pm #427777TommyParticipant
Seems that it has been a couple of years since the OP has been here. Please let it be that he has found peace. Calling it , .. His horror with Kundalini, … whether it is or is not , … that is not the point. I neither believe in his story nor do I disbelieve. It was something he posted in his time of pain. Pain can make men do strange things.
For me, pain is quite a personal thing which I tend to not share unless I think I can find relief such as going to see the doctor. However, there are people who come to forums to talk about their pain in relationships. Seeking friendly words and may be some helpful advice. He did not seem to want advice nor did he reach out for relief of his pain. He only seemed to want to share his pain. And in that way, I hope he found relief.
What is there to take away from such a person? He was a sight one sees along one’s journey when one stops to see the sights. Now time to move on.