What is 'Kundalini'?Written by Robert Morgen
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Those who seek to purposefully access their Kundalini can choose several methods, including Kundalini Yoga (extremely safe and takes upwards of 10-20 years to accomplish) and Hoshin Roshi Ryu (a "Martial Art" form created to specifically awaken kundalini through meditation and physical training). I don't believe that there is a 'wrong' or a 'right' way to awaken your kundalini and there are benefits to most any path chosen. In his book "Pathnotes of an American Ninja Master", Dr. Glenn Morris goes into great detail about his Kundalini Awakening and effects it had (and still has) on his life, and in some of my other articles I talk about my own experiences and some of things I'm still learning and experiencing. There are many exercises and experiments that one can do to help awaken kundalini and I'll write about some of those in upcoming articles.
--- Robert Morgen is a Reiki Master who currently holds a Blackbelt in Hoshin Roshi Ryu and founded High Mountain Hoshin in Denver, Co. He's also the founder and moderator of the Kundalini Awakening Discussion Group at http://www.care2.com/c2c/group/Kundalini http://www.highmountainhoshin.com email@example.com
Unconditional IntuitionWritten by White Feather
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Good and bad are dualities; they're two sides of same coin. If we only see good, then we're only seeing half picture. If we only see bad, we're only seeing half picture. Our attempt to intellectualize intuition is our attempt to find full meaning of coin by looking only at one side. Naturally, in this dimension, coin of good and bad would be spinning furiously so you couldn't hardly see either side of it. You'd see it as ONE object. It is our brains that try to stop coin from spinning so that it can align itself with one of two polarities.
If we see coin as spinning and ignore polarities in order to see ONE-ness of it, then we can feel all information contained in that coin in its totality without getting caught up in one or other of polarities which prevent us from seeing totality. Our solar-plexus mind is specifically designed to do this, but we have trained ourselves to rely on our intellectual brains to translate feeling-tones. Like computers, intellectual part of our brains is binary or dualistic. Our brains interpret and categorize according to polarity alignments. Everything has to be either good or bad so brain knows where to file it. Because of this, we can never see totality and wholeness of anything just using our brains.
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