Kundalini is a Sanskrit word meaning either "coiled up" or "coiling like a snake." There are a number of other translations of the term usually emphasizing a more serpent nature to the word - e.g. 'serpent power'.



Azoru Azoru
10 Responses Mar 26, 2009

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Have you awakened your kundalini? I've felt tingling but never at the bottom of my tail bone. I've heard that you can feel the energy rising up your spine. I wouldn't know since I've yet to experience this. I used to meditate all the time but I kept falling asleep. A meditation practioner told me that sometimes the body gives up to the energy it needs the most and my body was calling for sleep.<br />
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Cute!<br />
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Good luck again! =)

Sloth is my evil enemy! It's tried to claim my name!<br />
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Don't worry PuzzleGuy! You'll be able to get right back in.

sloth is a demon that perhaps looks the most harmless...

Good luck! =)<br />
Wait a minute, what practices were you doing all this time? Joke only! =P

hmm this is not so easy to explain. the Indian approach is the most 'physical' form of spirituality. the way they explain things is a totally physical thing. and in that sense it is the hardest way to do it. you can reach the same goal entirely by training your mind. when you do you will pick up the physical aspect automatically. I think Hinduism concepts are inappropriate for Westerners.

What technique(s) have you used?

you might say that, but the Indian/hindu technique is dangerous.

I hope so! I am working towards it.<br />
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Have you experienced Kundalini release?

while i dont particularly subscribe to the Indian account, this sort of thing is very real.